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Engraving from book, variant of main image
Engraving from book, variant of main image
Engraving from book, variant of main image
Engraving from book, variant of main image
Engraving from book, variant of main image
Engraving from book, variant of main image
Engraving from book, variant of main image
Engraving from book, variant of main image
Engraving from book, variant of main image
Engraving from book, variant of main image
Engraving from book, TRAVELS THROUGH THE INTERIOR PARTS OF AMERICA IN A SERIES OF LETTERS
Encampment of the Convention Army At Charlotte Ville in Virginia after they had surrendered to the Americans
ID:
65
Source:
Anburey, Thomas. Travels through the interior parts of America in a series of letters. Vol. 1. London: William Lane, 1791. E163 A5 1791. P. 392.
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Dimensions:
198 X 405
Medium:
Copper engraving
Subject:
Armies
Charlottesville (Va.)
Military camps -- Virginia -- Charlottesville
Burgoyne's Invasion, 1777
United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1785 -- Campaigns
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Travels through the interior parts of America in a series of letters