Catalog Record: British headquarters maps and sketches used by Sir Henry Clinton while in command of the British forces operating in North America during the war for independence, 1775-1782 : a descriptive list of the original manuscripts and printed documents now preserved in the William L. Clements library at the University of Michigan | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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British headquarters maps and sketches used by Sir Henry Clinton while in command of the British forces operating in North America during the war for independence, 1775-1782 : a descriptive list of the original manuscripts and printed documents now preserved in the William L. Clements library at the University of Michigan / by Randolph G. Adams.

Corporate Author: William L. Clements Library.
Other Authors: Adams, Randolph Greenfield, 1892-1951.
Language(s): English
Published: Ann Arbor : William L. Clements Library, 1928.
Subjects: Clinton, Henry, > Sir, > 1738?-1795.
Manuscript maps > Bibliography.
United States > History > Revolution, 1775-1783 > Maps > Bibliography.
United States > Maps > Bibliography.
Note: Binder's title: Sir Henry Clinton maps.
"The method of classification is geographical, from north to south along the Atlantic seaboard of North America."--Pref.
Physical Description: 144 p. : port.
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