Battles & Campaigns Wilderness Route to Quebec John Marshall 1832

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Date:

1832, Philadelphia

Maker:

John Marshall

Short Title:

Map of the Country which was the scene of operations of the Northern Army

Full Title:

Map of the Country which was the scene of operations of the Northern Army including the Wilderness Through which General Arnold marched to attack Quebec

Source:

Atlas of Marshall's Life of Washington

Size of Map:

16 x 24 cm. approximately (6.5 x 9.5 in.)

Description:

A colored Revolutionary War Map: Wilderness Route to Quebec. This refers to Benedict Arnold's march through the Maine wilderness in the late 1775. The map covers an area from northern Massachusetts to Quebec City. The area that is now Vermont is shown as part of New York. Rivers & lakes shown along with important forts like Ticonderoga & Crown Point.

References:

Rumsey 2559.005 (1807 edition). Howes, W., U.S.iana (1650-1950): A Selective Bibliography in which are Described 11,620 Uncommon and Siginficant Books Relating to the Continental Portion of the United States, M317; Tooley’s Dictionary of Mapmakers, Revised Edition Vol. ( K - P) pp. 209-210

Price:
$275.00
SKU:
51769
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