Maps and posters
Arlington, two hundred years
of community growth.
Developed by the Arlington Bicentennial Celebration Task
Force, Arlington, Virginia, 2001.
A colorful poster with a time-line representation
of Arlingtons history, growth and development during the 200 years it has
been in existence as a political entity within the boundaries of: District of
Columbia, Alexandria County, and finally as Arlington County, Virginia.
Dimensions: 36" x 24"
Price: $5; AHS member price: $4.50
Extract of Military Map of N. E. Virginia Showing Forts and Roads.
Engineer Bureau, U. S. War Department. 1865
Copyright 1994 by Kate Waller Barrett Chapter NSDAR
A facsimile reproduction of 1 sheet of a 4-sheet map covering Alexandria (Arlington) County, Virginia, the Potomac River and the District of Columbia. Shows the locations of forts and sites and names of some residents who were present in the area in 1865.
Price: $5.00; AHS Member Price: $4.50
Land Ownership Map of Arlington
County, Virginia 1669-1796
Researched by Donald Wise
Arlington County Historical Society, 1976.
Reprinted by the Northern Virginia Sun for the 1976 Bicentennial.
Shows names, location and dates of land grants overlaid
on current map of Arlington County. (NOTE: Articles about original land owners
appear in the 1977 and 1978 issues of the Arlington Historical Magazine.)
Dimensions: 22.5" x 29"
Map of the District of Columbia
and Vicinity, showing the principal points of interest including the present condition
of the Defenses of Washington compiled from the latest maps and from original
surveys and reconnaissances by the Engineering Platoon of the Engineer Corps,
The title says it all. This map is a great help in locating
the Civil War forts that were established around Washington.
Dimensions: 22" x 28"
Price: $4; AHS member price: $3.60
Pimmit Run: History and Ecology of a Northern Virginia Stream, Showing the Planned Pimmit Run Trail.
Researched by Steve Dryden. Art work by Ann Chenoweth Sader.
Published by Fairfax Trails & Streams with support from the Fairfax County History Commission and McLean Citizens Foundation. 2002
A colorful and fascinating map of Pimmit Run with historical sights and facts about the route of Pimmit Run through Arlington and Fairfax Counties. Comes in two versions: a folded map and a map suitable for framing with a separate map key. An outstanding map for anyone who appreciates good art and wants to learn something about the history of the area.
Dimensions: Folded map size - 24" x 18". Flat map for framing size - 20"x 16".
Price: Folded Map $3.00; Map suitable for framing with separate map key $22.00. No AHS Member discount.