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Siège d' York-Town, (6 Octobre 1781) investissement de la place peint par Siméon Fort ; gravé par Skelton

Siège d' York-Town, (6 Octobre 1781) investissement de la place peint par Siméon Fort ; gravé par Skelton

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Summary

Print shows a long column of soldiers moving through the wilderness toward Yorktown, Virginia, during the American Revolution.
Title from item.
Printed at top right: Sie IV.
May have been published in: Galeries historiques de Versailles. Paris : Ch. Gavard, 1837-1844.
Forms part of: Popular graphic art print filing series (Library of Congress).

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Date

01/01/1841
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Location

united states
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