Île de New-York, partie de Long-Island ou de l'Île Longue et positions des armées américaine et britannique après le combat livré sur les hauteurs, le 27 Août, 1776. Revolutionary War map. John Marshall.

Île de New-York, partie de Long-Island ou de l'Île Longue et positions des armées américaine et britannique après le combat livré sur les hauteurs, le 27 Août, 1776. Revolutionary War map.

Paris: Dentu, 1807. Copper engraved map from John Marshall's 'Vie de George Washington', a fascinating record of British and American Revolutionary War battles in New York and Long Island.

Showing the New York and Long Island region from Fort Independence on the Hudson down to the Bay of New York and Gravesend; and from Oyster Bay in the west to "Flatland" showing the position of Lord Cornwallis in the east.

Also indicated are the locations of ships, armies, names of commanders, troop movements and positions, as well as dates, towns, rivers and forts.

Trimmed to inside the border, somewhat toned. 9 3/4 x 15 3/4" Good + condition. Item #25031

Price: $175.00

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