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A plan of the Operations of the King's Army under the command of General Sir William Howe against General Washington in New York and East New Jersey.
The chart shows New York Island and the Hudson River as far north as Pecks Kill and concentrates on the progress of the King's army between 12th October and 28th November 1776. It denotes American troop movements in blue and British in red.
|Date||25th February 1777|
|Hydrographer/Surveyor/Artist:||Claude Joseph Sauthier|
|Size Of Original:||w 23" x h 32"|
|Paper Type||Hahnemuhle German Etching 310gsm|
Drawn by Claude Joseph Sauthier and engraved by William Faden, this chart takes the viewer through all of the stages of the British advance and the American withdrawal through upper New York Island with the engagement at White Plains on the 28th October being especially detailed.