"Partie Septentrionale du New-Jersey, et Positions des Armees Americaine et Britannique Apres le Passage de la Riviere du Nord, en 1776", Marshall, John
Subject: New Jersey & New York
Period: 1807 (circa)
Publication: Vie de George Washington
Color: Black & White
9.8 x 15.5 inches
24.9 x 39.4 cm
This map illustrates the military operations of the American Revolution in northern New Jersey during the late fall of 1776 and the early summer of 1777. The locations of the armies, with dates, are shown along with roads, towns, rivers, etc. The map extends to include Trenton and Sandy Hook, north to Tappan and Dobbs Ferry, and to New York City, Staten Island and the western part of Long Island. This map appeared in the French edition of Marshall's Life of Washington.
References: Fite & Freeman #66 (English edition).
Light offsetting and a couple of faint spots.