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Title
Plan of Charles Town the Capital of South Carolina, with the Harbour, Islands, and Forts the Attack on Fort Sulivan by His Majesty's Ships under Sir Peter Parker in 1776 The Position of the Land Forces, under General Clinton, and the Rebel Camp and Intrenchments exactly delineated
Creator
Lodge, John, d. 1796, cartographer
Lodge, John, d. 1796, engraver
Date Created and/or Issued
1777
Contributing Institution
Huntington Library
Collection
Maps
Rights Information
For information on use of Digital Library materials, please see Library Rights and Permissions: https://www.huntington.org/library-rights-permissions
Description
Kashnor notes, "scarce plan." MS note : 79 (on backing). Relief: no. Graphic Scale: Miles. Projection: Cylindrical. Printing Process: Copper engraving.
Type
image
Format
image/jpeg
Extent
1 map 14 x 28 cm., sheet 21 x 31 cm.
Identifier
105:079 S
429462
http://hdl.huntington.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15150coll4/id/10228
Subject
Charleston (S.C.)--History--Revolution, 1775-1783--Maps--Early works to 1800
Moultrie, Fort, Battle of, 1776--Maps--Early works to 1800
Charleston Region (S.C.)--Maps--Early works to 1800
Time Period
[1777]
Place
North America United States South Carolina Charleston Region
W 80°/N 33° approx.
Source
Huntington Rare Book Maps
Maps, Huntington Digital Library
Provenance
Purchased en bloc by HEH from the Museum Book Store, June 7, 1927.

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