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A Map of the Province of South Carolina, by James Cook, 1773. Courtesy of CartographyAssociates.
Ichnography of Charleston, South-Carolina [2 August 1788], byEdmund Petrie, 1790. Courtesyof the Library of Congress.
A Plan of the Attack of Fort Sulivan [sic], near Charles Town in South Carolina [28 June 1776],by William Faden, 1776. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.
Siège de Savannah [7–8 October 1779], by Pierre Ozanne, 1779. Courtesy of the Library ofCongress.
Plan of the Siege of Charlestown in South Carolina [April–May 1780], mapmaker unknown, 1787.Courtesy of Barry Lawrence Ruderman Antique Maps, www.raremaps.com.
Plan of the Battle Fought near Camden [16 August 1780], by William Faden, 1787.Courtesy of the Library of Congress.
The United States of America ... Agreeable to the Peace of 1783, by John Wallis, 1783.Courtesy of the Library of Congress.