Fine- No Dust Jacket Present. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 138 pages, illustrated in color. "This atlas composes of 58 maps, with productions of original materials drawn by battlefield participants and cartographers during the course of the American Revolution from 1775 through 1781. All but 8 are by British participants. British maps offer the most diversity, but we have included 4 American maps, three German and one French." FINE-HARDCOVER.
Very Good in Very Good in Mylar jacket. 138 pages. Folio Size. Illustrated with beautiful reproductions of maps drawn by battlefield participants and cartographers during the course of the American Revolution. Book has slight edge wear. DJ has slight edge wear, light chipping at the ends of the spine, and minor discoloration due to age. Otherwise, a very clean, tight copy.
138 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. Dustjacket is worn and torn slightly. AMERICAN REVOLUTION. Reproduces original materials drawn by battlefield participants and cartographers during the course of the American Revolution. Relates the use of maps to the campaigns themselves and explains how reconnaissance influenced the course of war in America. Accompanied by narratives explaining the battles. Includes an Index. (Key Words: American Revolution, Atlases, Colonial America, Military, Maps, Battles, Reference Books).
Very Good. Dust Jacket Included. MARSHALL, DOUGLAS W. Campaigns of the American Revolution: An Atlas of Manuscript Maps. The University of Michigan Press, (1976). 138 pp., oversized, many illus., v.g. /v.g.
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