NEW YORK ISLAND INCL. BATLE OF LONG ISLAND BY W. FADEN 1776

Revolutionary Maps - PLAN OF NEW YORK ISLAND WITH PART OF LONG ISLAND, STATEN ISLAND & EAST NEW JERSEY INCLUDING THE BATTLE OF LONG ISLAND BY WM. FADEN 1776
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    Sites/facts specific to this historic revolutionary war map are:

    Plan of New York Island, with part of Long Island, Staten Island & East New Jersey, with a particular description of the engagement of the woody heights of Long Island, between Flatbush and Brooklyn on the 27th of August 1776 between His Majestys forces commanded by General Howe and the Americans under Major General Putnam. Showing also the landing of the British Army on New York Island, and the taking of the city of New York & c. on the 15th of September following with the subsequent disposition of both the armies - quoted from map. Specific features include Staten Island, Dutch Church, Doyles Ferry, The Kills, Newark Bay, Bergen Point, Constable Hook, Passiack River, Saddle River, Hackinsack River, Flying Camp of the Americans, Redoubt with Cannon, Hudson River, Bergen Meadows, Snake Hill, Gallows, Barren Neck, Robins Reef, Yellow Hook. Oyster Bay, Oyster Island, Gowans Cove, Tetards Hill, Brooks River, Americans on the Moriss Height, Quarters of General Washington, Vessels Sunk by the Americans, Position of the Kings Army on the 15th in the evening of September, New York Island, Ferry, the Woody Heights of Guana, Wallabout Bay, The Swamp, Gen. Putnams Camp, Road to Jamaica, Long Island, Frogs Point and East River.

    The following towns are featured in this map:

    Castle Town, Richmond, Elizabeth Town, Newark, Hackingfack, Aquakeneck, Totowa, Bulding, Schralenburg, Hobock, Bergen, Younker, West Chester, Harlem, New Town, Flushing, Brushwick, Brooklyn, Bedford, Flatbush, New Utrecht, Gravesend, Flatland, Whitstown and New Rochel.

    This antique map reproduction is situated in:

    New York Island, Long Island and Staten Island, New York (NY)
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