Attacks of Fort Washington by His Majesty's Forces Under the Command of Genl. Sir Willm. Howe K.B. 16 Novr. 1776
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
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
A Topographical Map of New-York Island Exhibiting the Plan of Fort Washington, now Fort Knyphausen
Genl. Israel Putnam.
Principal Map of the North Part of New - York Island, exhibiting the Plan of Fort Washington, now Fort Knyphausen
Washington Taking Command of the American Army.
A Topographical Map of the North Part of New - York Island exhibiting the Plan of Fort Washington now Fort Knyphausen
Genl. Israel Putnam - "The Iron Son of '76."
Military commission issued by Robert Mackenzie on behalf of Sir William Howe to John Peter De Lancey to serve as Major in the First Battalion of Pennsylvania Loyalists, October 14, 1777
Undated order from Sir William Erskine to the habitants of Suffolk County
Plan of Fort Greene and Line of Intrenchments, from the Wallabout to Gowanus Creek, with a topographical sketch of the country.
Declaration and petition of freeholders and inhabitants of Suffolk County to Richard Howe, 1st Earl Howe and William Howe, 5th Viscount Howe, October, 1776
Chart and Plan of the Harbour of New York and the Coun[ties] adjacent, from Sandy Hook to Kingsbridge, comprehending the whole of New York and Staten Islands, and part of Long Island and the Jersey Sh
[Plan of the City of New York and Its Environs.]
In Sept., 1776, Capt. Nathan Hale volunteered to enter the enemy's lines to gather information on the British army, disguised. He was discovered and hanged Sept. 21, 1776, regretting that he had but
Washington Crossing the Delaware.