Seat of War - 1777
Titled: "Seat of War in the environs of Philadelphia / by Thos. Kitchin Senr., hydrographer to His Majesty."
By: Thomas Kitchin Sr for King George III.
This rare revolutionary map was originally published for London Magazine in 1777. This map was like published to inform the British public about the war in colonies and specifically about the campaign of Sir William Howe. The map shows many important strategic roads including Lancaster Road, as well as the Delaware River and the Chesapeake Bay, villages, creeks and roads.
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