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An exact prospect of Charlestown, the metropolis of the province of South Carolina

An exact prospect of Charlestown, the metropolis of the province of South Carolina

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Print shows a view of the waterfront at Charleston harbor, Charleston, South Carolina, with several ships and small boats in the harbor and men, some with fishing nets, standing on a bit of land in the lower left foreground. Buildings and wharves line the waterfront, with a fort (A) on the left and another fort (H) on the right, both under the British flag; prominent features/buildings are keyed by letter, A-H, from left to right, though print lacks identifying key.
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Printed at top: Engrav'd for the London Magazine.
Stamped on lower right: Division of Maps Library of Congress





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