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He was promoted to major in the 7th Virginia Regiment on March 22, 1777 and to lieutenant colonel of the 22nd Virginia on February 21, 1778.He was appointed lieutenant colonel commandant of the 14th Virginia on April 6, 1778 and was promoted to Colonel retroactive to March 20, 1778.Another road is shown in Florida and several Indian trials are depicted.Numerous Indian tribes are located and there are notations concerning the quality of the land. This Revolutionary War map shows troop movements and positions for the then-recent Battle of White Plains.Fine, light stains.........................................., 14" X 18", Map Details: This extremely rare map provides a great regional description of the Gulf Coast from New Orleans to Florida, and of the valley of the Mississippi River north to above the Arkansas River where Hernando de Soto was supposedly buried.The map also details Mobile Bay and the course of the Alabama River and tributaries, as well as the region of Capo S. In the north, the prominent trading route, Strada de Coll Welk, nearly reaches the Mississippi River and is marked with distances between important points.Davies was reassigned to the 1st Virginia on February 12, 1781. An interesting and rare Revolutionary War written document written by Morgan and Davies in early 1781 addressed to Thomas Jefferson as Governor of Virginia.

He was captured at Fort Washington on November 16, 1776 and was later paroled.

Morgan returned to the army after the Battle of Camden, and led the Continental Army to victory in the Battle of Cowpens.

After the war, Morgan retired from the army again and developed a large estate.

Zatta also included updated legends (in Italian) with notations concerning the Revolutionary War, such as Burgoyne's defeat at Saratoga. Centerfold as issued..........................................., During the Late Campaign Illustrating the Accounts Published in the London Gazette. Un-colored as issued................................................ Partly-printed DS, signed "'Th' Jefferson" as president and "James Madison" as Secretary of State, one page, 19 X 15.5, August 10, 1801.

Four-language ship's papers issued to "Josiah Burnham Jr.

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