"Theatre des Operations les Plus Importantes de l'Armee du Sud, dans la Virginie, dans les Deux Carolines, et dans la Georgie", Marshall, John
Subject: Southeast United States
Period: 1807 (circa)
Publication: Vie de George Washington
Color: Black & White
10.2 x 14.1 inches
25.9 x 35.8 cm
This map extends from north of Richmond, Virginia, to Savannah, Georgia, and depicts the southern theater of the Revolutionary War. Towards the end of the war, the British shifted their attention towards the southern colonies, and succeeded in seizing control of several important port cities, including Savannah and Charleston. The map depicts towns, roads, rivers, mountains and important battle sites, including the Battle of Cowpens, shown at left. This map appeared in the French edition of Marshall's Life of Washington.
On watermarked paper with the margin trimmed close to the neatline at left and a hint of offsetting.