Image: American Revolution Campaigns 1775 to 1781

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Description: 1923 edition William R. Shepherd Campaigns of the American Revolution 1775-1781 which includes a designation for Westsylvania, a proposed 14th state in 1776. The base map includes inset maps Vicinity of Boston (1775-1776) and The West and South (1778-1781) showing the western territory east of the Mississippi River from north of the Ohio River south to include both East and West Florida. This map includes designated Indian tribal territories.
Title: American Revolution Campaigns 1775 to 1781
Credit: Shepherd, William. Historical Atlas. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1911., Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection
Author: Shepherd, William
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