Colonial Document Set 2,signing Of The Declaration, Smith's Map, Deed, Replicas For Sale
Colonial Document Set 2, Declaration-Signing,Captain John Smith's Map, Deed to Manhattan, Articles of Capitulation.
Antiqued Reproductions Printed on Parchment paper!!!!!! Set2 Includes:
Signing Of The Declaration of "13 x "15,
North Carolina, on April 12, 1776, was the first Colony to authorize it's delegates in Congress to join with others in the cause for Freedom!! Virginia was the first to instruct its delegates to take the Initiative! A committee was appointed to draft a declaration. Here on this chart are the 56 Signatures of the signers of The Declaration Of Independence!! With Unusual Information Regarding The Signers!!!
Captain John Smith's Map of Virginia: Reproduction first published at Oxford, England 1612. 13.5 x 15.5 Inches
On May 13, 1607, a small band of adventurous men stepped on shore at Jamestown, Virginia, to establish the first permanent English settlement in America. The map reproduced here constitutes a vital and exciting phase of their story. It is the most important map to appear in print during the period of early settlement. Untill its appearance, there was no recognizable mapping of the Chesapeake Bay area. The map covers a wide area from the coastal region to some 150 miles inland, including the headwaters of the coastal plain streams.
Deed for Manhattan and Long Island 1645 and ReproductionTranslated from the Dutch manuscripts13 x 15 inches
An interesting insight into New York City history, now one of the most populated and valuable pieces of real estate in the world.Signed by both Indians and Dutch landowners, this document contains excerpts from the 1645 Deed for Manhattan and Long Island, and the 1649 Deed for Manhattan. The deeds are recreated here in the original handwriting and showing the "marks" of Indian chiefs.
Articles of Capitulation Oct. 19, Reproduction:Surrender of Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown 13 x 15 inches
At 10 o'clock on the morning of October 17, 1781, a drummer beating a "parley," and a British officer with a flag of truce, mounted a parapet south of Yorktown. The allies saw the signal, and soon the incessant, devastating artillery fire ceased. A hushed stillness fell over the field. Lord Cornwallis, realizing the defeat of his army was inevitable, would surrender to General George Washington.
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