"A Map of the Country which Was the Scene of Operations of the Northern Army; Including the Wilderness Through which General Arnold Marched to Attack Quebec", Marshall, John
Subject: New England
Period: 1806 (circa)
Publication: Marshall's Life of Washington
Color: Hand Color
8.6 x 10.2 inches
21.8 x 25.9 cm
This nice Revolutionary War map depicts the region along the Hudson River and Lake Champlain and the coastal areas of Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts to Cape Anne. This was the area that General Benedict Arnold crossed on his march to attack Quebec in the 1775 Battle of Quebec. Engraved by F. Shallus and published by C. P. Wayne in Philadelphia.
Light toning and minor soiling with a couple of small tears and chips in blank margins that have been archivally repaired.