"Santiago de Cuba. Positions of Cuban and Spanish Forces prior to July 3", U.S. Government
Period: 1898 (dated)
Publication: Report of the Major General Commanding for 1898
Color: Black & White
25 x 13.4 inches
63.5 x 34 cm
Scarce map of Santiago de Cuba made during the Spanish-American War. This extremely informative map shows the area in great detail with troop positions and numbers, as they were when America entered the fray against Spain in 1898. Colored flags help determine the extent of military presence.
Generally good with some toning at folds, two small pieces of tape on upper blank margin, else very good.