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Action Huberton. Faden, William; Gerlach, P.,Deputy Quarter Master General, 1780

Action Huberton. / Faden, William; Gerlach, P.,Deputy Quarter Master General / 1780
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Full Title: Plan of the action at Huberton under Brigadier Genl. Frazier, supported by Major Genl. Reidesel, on the 7th. July 1777. Drawn by P. Gerlach, Deputy Quarter Master General. Engraved by Wm. Faden. London, published as the Act directs Feby. 1st 1780, by W. Faden Charing Cross.

Author: Faden, William; Gerlach, P.,Deputy Quarter Master General

Date: 1780

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Author: Faden, William; Gerlach, P.,Deputy Quarter Master General

Date: 1780

Short Title: Action Huberton.

Publisher: London: William Faden

Type: Separate Map

Object Height cm: 28

Object Width cm: 35

Scale 1: 7,200

Note: A plan of a battle at Hubbardton, Vermont, the only important battle fought in Vermont during the Revolution. Nebenzahl: "This is a typical Faden battle plan. It presents clearly in color the positions and movements of the opposing units upon a topographical map, which enables the viewer to see where terrain features affected the action." The plan is normally seen on thin paper, folded, as one of six maps included in John Burgoyne's "A State of the Expedition from Canada..." London, 1780. This copy is on heavy paper, unfolded, and may have been in Faden's Atlas of Battles of the American Revolution, published in London in 1793 and again, with remaindered maps, by Bartlett & Welford in New York, circa 1845 (see P1337, #25). Relief shown by hachures. Hand col. Scale 200 paces to an in.

Reference: Nebenzahl Atlas 18, p.99 (illustrated); Nebenzahl 51; Phillips, 1337, no. 25.

State / Province: Vermont

City: Hubbardton (Vt.)

Event: American Revolution

Subject: Military

Full Title: Plan of the action at Huberton under Brigadier Genl. Frazier, supported by Major Genl. Reidesel, on the 7th. July 1777. Drawn by P. Gerlach, Deputy Quarter Master General. Engraved by Wm. Faden. London, published as the Act directs Feby. 1st 1780, by W. Faden Charing Cross.

List No: 4402.000

Series No: 1

Published In: Plan of the action at Huberton under Brigadier Genl. Frazier, supported by Major Genl. Reidesel, on the 7th. July 1777. Drawn by P. Gerlach Deputy Quarter Master General. Engraved by Wm. Faden. London, published as the Act directs Feby. 1st 1780, by W. Faden Charing Cross.

Publication Author: Faden, William; Gerlach, P.,Deputy Quarter Master General

Publication Date: 1780

Publication Note: See note field above.

Publication List No: 4402.000

Publication Type: Separate Map

Publication Maps: 1

Publication Height cm: 28

Publication Width cm: 35

Image No: 4402000

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