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William Faden, Plan of the Position Which the Army Under Lt. Genl. Burgoine Took at Saratoga on the

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William Faden, Plan of the Position Which the Army Under Lt. Genl. Burgoine Took at Saratoga on the
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William Faden, Plan of the Position Which the Army Under Lt. Genl. Burgoine Took at Saratoga on the 10th of September 1777, and In Which It Remained Till the Convention Was Signed, from A State of the Expedition from Canada…, 1780. Charring Cross
Important Revolutionary War Map of the 2nd Battle of Saratoga. Colonial Saratoga, New York, Revolutionary War.
The second battle of Saratoga proved to be the demise of Lt. General Burgoyne’s campaign as the British troops surrendered to General Horatio Gates on October 17th, 1777. This major turning point strongly contributed to the formation of the Franco-American alliance, which eventually assured the success of the Americans.
Engraving, framed.
9 x 18 1/2 inches
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William Faden, Plan of the Position Which the Army Under Lt. Genl. Burgoine Took at Saratoga on the

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William Faden, Plan of the Position Which the Army Under Lt. Genl. Burgoine Took at Saratoga on the 10th of September 1777, and In Which It Remained Till the Convention Was Signed, from A State of the Expedition from Canada…, 1780. Charring Cross
Important Revolutionary War Map of the 2nd Battle of Saratoga. Colonial Saratoga, New York, Revolutionary War.
The second battle of Saratoga proved to be the demise of Lt. General Burgoyne’s campaign as the British troops surrendered to General Horatio Gates on October 17th, 1777. This major turning point strongly contributed to the formation of the Franco-American alliance, which eventually assured the success of the Americans.
Engraving, framed.
9 x 18 1/2 inches
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