Life by John Marshall, Published by C.P. Wayne, n.d. [1804]. Folio, 450 x 284mm. The Hudson River and Long Island Sound colored in blue, a few red ink highlights. Slight mat burn, lightly browned." /> [AMERICAN REVOLUTION, BATTLE OF WHITE PLAINS] <I>A Plan of the Country from Frog's Point to Croton River shewing the Positions of the American and British Armies from the 12th of October until the engagement on the White Plains on the 28th.</I>" N.p., Engraved for Washington's <I>Life</I> by John Marshall, Published by C.P. Wayne, n.d. [1804]. Folio, 450 x 284mm. The Hudson River and Long Island Sound colored in blue, a few red ink highlights. Slight mat burn, lightly browned. | Christie's
  • Fine Printed Books and Manuscr auction at Christies

    Sale 2227

    Fine Printed Books and Manuscripts Including Americana

    4 December 2009, New York, Rockefeller Plaza

  • Lot 197

    [AMERICAN REVOLUTION, BATTLE OF WHITE PLAINS] A Plan of the Country from Frog's Point to Croton River shewing the Positions of the American and British Armies from the 12th of October until the engagement on the White Plains on the 28th." N.p., Engraved for Washington's Life by John Marshall, Published by C.P. Wayne, n.d. [1804]. Folio, 450 x 284mm. The Hudson River and Long Island Sound colored in blue, a few red ink highlights. Slight mat burn, lightly browned.

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    [AMERICAN REVOLUTION, BATTLE OF WHITE PLAINS] A Plan of the Country from Frog's Point to Croton River shewing the Positions of the American and British Armies from the 12th of October until the engagement on the White Plains on the 28th." N.p., Engraved for Washington's Life by John Marshall, Published by C.P. Wayne, n.d. [1804]. Folio, 450 x 284mm. The Hudson River and Long Island Sound colored in blue, a few red ink highlights. Slight mat burn, lightly browned.

    A fine, detailed depiction of the Battle of White Plains and its environs, "Drawn by S. Lewis for the original surveys made by Generall Washington." The territory shown extends from Harlem and Frog's Point in the south to Haverstraw Bay and Croton at top, and from Fort Lee on the west to Rye in the East. Features of the terrain, especially wooded elevations, and troop positions are carefully depicted.


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