List of Maps of Boston Published Subsequent to 1600: Copies of which are to be Found in the Possession of the City of Boston Or Other Collectors of the Same ... February 1, 1904

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Municipal Printing Office, 1904 - Boston (Mass.) - 97 pages
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Page 18 - Boston. A New Plan of the Great Town of Boston in New England in America, with the many additional Buildings and new Streets, to the year 1769.
Page 30 - Seat of War in New England, by an American Volunteer, 'with the marches of the several Corps sent by the Colonies towards Boston...
Page 18 - A Map of the British Empire in America with the French and Spanish Settlements adjacent thereto (London 1733).
Page 9 - The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain, presenting an exact geography of the Kingdom of England (etc., etc.), together with a Prospect of the most famous Parts of the World, viz.
Page 24 - Such detailed plans of current sieges being then uncommon, it is explained that ' The principal part of this plan was surveyed by Richard Williams, Lieutenant, at Boston ; and sent over by the son of a nobleman to his father in town...
Page 25 - Boston, its environs and harbour, with the rebels' works raised against that town in 1775, from the observations of Lieut- Page of His Majesty's Corps of Engineers, and from the plans of Capt.
Page 6 - A series of plans of Boston showing existing ways and owners of property from Dec. 25, 1630 to Dec. 25, 1645. Compiled from the Book of possessions, town records, Massachusetts Bay records, Savage's Winthrop, Lechford's diary, Aspinwall's notarial book, and Suffolk County deeds.
Page 27 - Plan of the action at Bunker's Hill, on the 17th of June, 1775, between his Majesty's troops under Major General Howe and the rebel forces. By Lieut. Page. The ground plan from an actual survey. By Capt. Montresor.
Page 28 - A Sketch of the Action between the British Forces and the American Provincials, on the heights of the Peninsula of Charlestown, June 17, 1775.

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