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Description: A handwritten "list of different inhabitants that consented to furnish the troops belonging to the state of Virginia."
Description: This six sheet large format map is one of the most informative maps of its time. It shows cities, Native American land, lakes, rivers, mountains, topograph...
Date: 1776 ca.
Description: Map of Virginia and parts of Maryland and Delaware (written "De La War"). It shows borders, counties, cities, towns, plantations (marked by landowners name...
Description: Broadside map showing the British invasion of New York city in August and September of 1776. The map shows important cities, forts, roads, hills, mountains...
Description: The front page of a letter written to William Preston from Thomas Lewis.
Description: Map of North Carolina showing counties, cities, towns, chapels, courthouses, Quaker meeting houses, forts, mountains, swamps, inlets, lakes, and rivers. A...
Description: This was one of the first maps available for the general British populace featuring America during the Revolutionary War. It includes forts, cities, topogr...
Description: Map of North America east of Mexico showing important cities, the colonies, regions, Native American land, mountains, lakes, and rivers. A series of lakes,...
Description: Fairly detailed map of New York City and parts of Long Island. It shows streets, roads, wharves, ferries, ship yards, Fort George and the battery, public b...
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