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[Lieutenant George Walker Dyall Jones?], A View and Plan of Mud Island on the Delaware. NP, [but Philadelphia late 1777-early 1778?]

Revolutionary-war manuscript plan of Fort Mifflin on the Delaware River

Finely-executed Revolutionary War manuscript plan and view of Fort Mifflin on Mud Island on the Delaware River, with one of the earliest-known images of an American flag. Almost certainly produced by an engineer serving in William Howe’s army during the 1777 Philadelphia campaign, which ended with the reduction of Fort Mifflin after a terrible six-week siege. […]

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Nathaniel Barber, Jr., Return of Ordnance Stores. [Boston area,] January 1, 1777.

Massive ordnance return for the Continental Army in Boston, Jan. 1, 1777

A massive return for all ordnance stores belonging to the Continental Army on hand at Boston at the opening of 1777. Though similar returns for smaller units appear with some frequency on the antiquarian market, it is rare indeed to encounter one for such a major component of the Continental Army, and with such excellent […]

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Lieutenant [George Walker Dyall] Jones, Sketch of the Skirmish between ye Rear of the British Army under the Command of his Excellency Genl Sir H. Clinton and the Advanced Corps of ye Rebel Army June 28th. 1778. [New Jersey, ca. 1778.]

A unique contemporary manuscript plan of the 1778 Battle of Monmouth, which secured Washington’s role as “Father of the Nation”

Finely-executed contemporary manuscript plan of the Battle of Monmouth in New Jersey, the last major engagement of the Northern Theater of the American Revolution, drawn by a participant. The Battle of Monmouth occurred on June 28th, 1778, as British forces were relocating en masse from Philadelphia to their new headquarters at New York. This was […]

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