Original Antique Map 1776 Battle Of White Plains New York Revolutionary War Plan
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Original Antique Map 1776 Battle Of White Plains New York Revolutionary War Plan:
Original engraved map titled Plan of the Battle of White Plains, Oct. 28, 1776.
- The coverage area extends from Harlem to Tarrytown and includes territory on both sides of the Hudson River.
- Other named places and features include Dobbs Ferry, Pelham Manor, Chatterton Hill, Fort Lee, and the site where Major John André was captured.
- The image area measure 15.2 x 8.5 cm [6" x 3½"], and the map shows British and American troop positions during the Revolutionary War Battle of White Plains.
- The map was published by Benjamin B. Mussey in Reed & Baker's School History of the United States, Boston, 1845.
- Condition: The map is in excellent condition, bright and clean, with no marks, rips, or tears. It is blank on the back, with no printing on the reverse side. Please see the scans, and feel free to ask any questions.
- It is an original, authentic antique map, not a reproduction or modern reprint, and it is fully guaranteed to be genuine.
- It is a wonderful piece of history and would make an impressive display in your den or office. It would also make a perfect gift, and we'll include our helpful framing tips for your reference.
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