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Paris: Chez Buissant, 1787. Map. Engraving with outline hand coloring 24 x 19 1/2 inches, folded as issued, margin trimmed on left side, some light toning and stains Detailed map of the colonies and Canada with 3 insets of the Mississippi River watershed and the northern border of the Gulf of Mexico, and a tiny view of Niagara Falls. Indigenous territories are named througout. From a French perspective on the Revolution from 1774 to 1783, especially French and Spanish participation.....
Paris: Chez Buissant, 1787. Map. Engraving with outline hand coloring 11 1/4 x 15 inches. Finely printed battle map with notes on the Battle of Yorktown from a French perspective. From "Histoire des Troubles de L'Amerique Anglaise, ecrite sur les memoires les plus authentiques. After the French fleet defeated a British fleet, Cornwallis was cut off and had to surrender to the French and the Continental Army. Hard to find.
Paris: Chez Buissant, 1787. Map. Engraving with outline hand coloring on blue toned paper. 10 1/4 x 36 inches. Unusual map showing post roads and towns (highlighted with delicate hand coloring in green and red), from Boston to Yorktown, highlighting the route of the Continental army. Rare and beautiful, the map shows French and Spanish participation in the war. "From Histoire des Troubles de L'Amerique Anglaise, ecrite sur les memoires les plus authentiques.
Boston: Gray & Bowen, 1832. Detailing Events in the American Revolution, the French Revolution, and in the Political History of the United States. Frontis. 3 Vols. 8vo, original 1/2 green cloth with original paper labels, label chipped on volume III, all volumes with scattered foxing, all volumes lightly dampstained on spines. Boston: Gray & Bowen, 1832. First Edition Howes S-817. Internally, a tight bright set.
Monroe & Francis, 1826. Map. Engraving. Image measures 12.25 x 18.5". This plan of the battle of Bunker Hill was based on the plan of Thomas Hyde Page, who served as the field asssistant to General Howe during the action. Although the battle resulted in a British victory and loss of control of Boston, the campaign was considered one of the first steps towards American Independence. The map shows cannon fire, lines of attack, British landing places, and British ships.....