Civil War Map of D.C. Fortifications Featured, GoDCers Love Maps Mon Dec 3rd, 2012 Take a look at this Civil War map of D.C. and it’s surroundings. Click on it for greater detail and you’ll be able to see all the fortifications around the city (i.e., Fort Totten, Fort Lincoln, etc). District of Columbia fortifications in 1862 Tags 1860s, Fort Lincoln, Fort Totten, The Civil War Related Posts Republicans vs. Democrats Congressional Snowball Fight Thu Jul 31st, 2014 What Did Columbia Heights at 14th & Irving Look Like in the 1920s? Thu Jul 31st, 2014 What Did 21st and C Street Look Like in 1924? Thu Jul 31st, 2014 9th and G Street Looked Very Different in 1922 Wed Jul 30th, 2014 Can You Find Your House on This 1919 Map of Columbia Heights? Wed Jul 30th, 2014 How Awesome Was It To Swim in the Reflecting Pool? Wed Jul 30th, 2014 http://www.facebook.com/the.mike.bowman Mike Did they forget Ft Stevens? http://www.wbklaw.com Mike Sullivan Ft. Stevens is called Ft. Pennsylvania on this map. Jim Steele Fort Stevens is Fort Massachusetts on the map. Fort Pennsylvania became Fort Reno. http://www.wbklaw.com Mike Sullivan Oops, you’re right. Jim Steele I just walked my dog on the earthworks at Fort DeRussy two days ago. http://www.wbklaw.com Mike Sullivan The map leaves out Fort Bayard (at River Road and Western Avenue). It also leaves out Battery Kemble. Sharon Morey I’m from Hyatsville and while looking at the fortifications I was excited to see Queen’ s Chapel in NE. The road next to it is likely the precursor to what is now Michigan Ave which becomes Queens’ s Chapel Rd! At the DC MD border It runs right through land owned by a Mr Magruder, right about where Magruder Park is. Not a fortification observation, but this is what i love about old maps.