Reproduced from an engraving in the collections of the Library of Congress, this map depicts Williamsburg circa 1781-82 as drawn by a French military cartographer. This reproduction map makes a stunning addition to your home or office décor and an excellent gift for history buffs.
- Measures 17.5"H X 23"W
- Map reproduced from an engraving in the collection of the Library of Congress
- Color print on text-weight book quality printer paper
- Unframed; ships in a protective tube
- Made in the USA
In September 1781, French forces under Rochambeau were in Williamsburg preparing to join General Washington’s troops for the siege of Yorktown. This manuscript of the town and vicinity at that time was drawn by a French military cartographer the following year.