Maps illustrating cruises of John Paul Jones in British waters
- Maps illustrating cruises of John Paul Jones in British waters : [Great Britain and Ireland]
- Eastman, Annie Henderson.
- United States. Office of Naval Records and Library.
- Burrows Brothers Company
- Name on Item:
these were compiled by Mrs. Annie H. Eastman, assistant to the librarian of the Naval War Records Library, Washington, D.C., by careful investigation of original sources and material, and plotting of parts of the log of the "Bon Homme Richard.".
Boston Public Library
Norman B. Leventhal Map Center
- Collection (local):
Norman B. Leventhal Map Center Collection
Bon Homme Richard (Ship)--History, Naval--Maps
Ranger (Ship)--History, Naval--Maps
Naval battles--Great Britain--Maps
British Isles--History, Naval--18th century--Maps
Great Britain--History, Naval--18th century--Maps
United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783--Naval operations--Maps
Jones, John Paul, 1747-1792
British Isles (area)
Burrows Bros. Co.
Shows courses taken and battles fought by U.S. naval ships under the command of John Paul Jones in British waters during the period of the American Revolution.
Relief shown by shading.
"Specimen illustrations from 'A history of the United States and its people' by Elroy McKendree Avery, sixteen volumes, octavo, beautifully mapped and illustrated."
Map sheet (originally folded in pocket) removed "From Avery's History of the United States, vol. 6 ... copyright 1909."
- 5 maps on 1 sheet : col. ; 20 x 29 cm. or smaller, sheet 46 x 36 cm.
- Table of Contents:
Course of the Bon Homme Richard, Sept. 10 to Sept. 23, 1779 [North Sea coast of Great Britain between Edinburgh and Hull]
Position of the fleets before the engagement of September 23, 1779
The engagement, September 23, 1779 [the Bon Homme Richard, Serapis, and Alliance]
Map of the movements of the "Ranger" [Irish Sea]
Cruises of John Paul Jones in British waters [Courses of the Ranger, Bon Homme Richard, Serapis, and Alliance].
- Call #:
G5741.S54 1909 .E27
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