1807 Antique American Revolutionary War Map - Battle of Frogs Point

Cartographer :John Marshall

  • Title: Pays Situe Entre Frogs Point et Croton River, et Position Des Armees Americaine et Brittannique..1
  • Date: 1807
  • Ref: 33645

This map of the Battle of Frogs Point, Croton River in 1776 during the American Revolutionary War was published in the 1807 French edition of John Marshall's The Life of George Washington.

This fine Revolutionary War map shows the Hudson River from Fort Lee, New Jersey & the northern end of Manhattan Island to Tarrytown & Haverstraw Bay and the Cotton River. Positions of the American and British armies are indicated on the New York side of the river at Pelham's Manor and along the road to White Plains besides the Bronx River and on the Tuckahoe Road. English camps are shown at Pells point, New Rochelle and Mamaroneck on the Sound. The Albany Post Road follows the Hudson River northward past Tarrytown. A fine depiction of the battle sites and encampments.

This 5 volume publication of The Life of George Washington outlined the life & times of Washington, containing an atlas volume with numerous maps and engravings of the campaigns and battles of Washington from the American Revolutionary Wars. (Ref: Tooley; M&B)

General Description:
Paper thickness and quality: - Heavy and stable
Paper color: - off white
Age of map color: -
Colors used: -
General color appearance: -
Paper size: - 18in x 12in (460mm x 305mm)
Plate size: - 18in x 10in (460mm x 255m)
Margins: - Min ½in (12mm)

Margins: None
Plate area: None
Verso: - None

Condition : (A+) Fine Condition