Plan of the Siege of Charleston in S. Carolina
A Plan of the Operation of the King's Army under the Command of General Sir William Howe, K.B. in New York and East New Jersey, against the American Forces Commanded by General Washington, From the 12
An Accurate Map of the United States of America. according to the Treaty of Peace in 1783.
A Map of those Parts of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, & Georgia, which were the Scenes of the Most Important Operations of the Southern Armies
Order book of Oliver De Lancey, February 4, 1777-June 30, 1778, copied by Edward Floyd De Lancey in 1880. Index of names.
Plan of Fort Greene and Line of Intrenchments, from the Wallabout to Gowanus Creek, with a topographical sketch of the country.
A Topographical Map of the North Part of the Island of New York.Exhibiting the Plan of Fort Washington, Now Fort Knyphausen showing the several Attacks of the Royal Army.
Principal Map of the North Part of New - York Island, exhibiting the Plan of Fort Washington, now Fort Knyphausen
A Map of Part of Rhode Island Showing the Positions of the American and British Armies at the Siege of Newport, and their subsequent Action on the 29th of August 1778.
A Plan of New York Island with part of Long Island, Staten Island, & East New Jersey, with a particular Description of the Engagement on Woody Heights of Long Island
A Plan of the Country from Frogspoint to Croton River showing the Positions of the American and British Armies from the 12th of October 1776 until the Engagement on the White Plains on the 28th
A Plan of the Operation of the King's Army under the Command of General Sr. William Howe, K.B. in New York and East New Jersey
The Manner in which the American Colonies Declared themselves Independant of the King of England, throughout the different Provinces on July 4, 1776.
A Map of the Country which was the scene of operations of the Northern Army; including the Wilderness through which General Arnold marched to attack Quebec.
[Plan of the City of New York and Its Environs.]