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Reddition de l'Armée angloises commandée par Mylord Comte de Cornwallis aux armees combinées des Etats Unis de l'Amérique et de France aux ordres des Generaux Washington et de Rochambeau a Yorck Touwn et Glocester dans la Virginie, le 19 Octobre 1781.

Lord Cornwallis surrender, 1781.

York en Virginie, 1781. Carte des environs d'York avec les attaques à la position des Armées francaise et americaine devant cette place.

Plan des ouvrages faits à York-town en Virginie.

Notes sur les environs de York: Plan donné par des arpenteurs du pays.

Carte de la partie de la Virginie ou l'armée combinée de France & des États-Unis de l'Amérique a fait prisonnière l'Armée anglaise commandée par Lord Cornwallis le 19 octobre. 1781, avec le plan de l'attaque d'York-town & de Glocester.

A Plan of the entrance of Chesapeak [sic] Bay, with James and York Rivers; wherein are shewn the respective positions (in the beginning of October) 1. of the British Army commanded by Lord Cornwallis, at Gloucester and York in Virginia; 2. of the American and French forces under General Washington, 3. and of the French fleet under Count de Grasse.

Plan de l'armée de Cornwallis attaquée et faitte prisonière dans York Town, le 19 8bre par l'armée combinée francaise et americaine,

Notes sur les environs de York.

Siege d'York, 1781. Plan d'York en Virginie avec les attaques et les campemens de l'Armée combinée de France et d'Amérique.

Plan of York Town and Gloucester in Virginia, shewing the works constructed for the defence of those posts by the Rt. Honble: Lieut. General Earl Cornwallis, with the attacks of the combined army of French and rebels under the command of the Generals Count de Rochambaud and Washington which capitulated October 1781.

Defense Mapping Agency Bicentennial commemorative memento of the Battle of Yorktown : to His Excellency Gen'l Washington, commander in chief of the armies of the United States of America, this plan of the investment of York and Gloucester has been surveyed and laid down, and is most humbly dedicated.

A Representation, of the sea fight, on the 5th of Sepr. 1781, between Rear Admiral Graves and the Count de Grasse.

A Plan of the entrance of Chesapeak Bay, with James and York rivers; wherein are shewn the respective positions (in the beginning of October) 1.⁰ of the British Army commanded by Lord Cornwallis at Gloucester and York in Virginia; 2.⁰ of the American and French forces under General Washington; 3.⁰ and of the French Fleet under Count de Grasse.

Plan d'York en Virginie avec les attaques faites par les Armées françoise et américaine en 8bre. 1781.

To His Excellency Genl. Washington, Commander in Chief of the armies of the United States of America, this plan of the investment of York and Gloucester has been surveyed and laid down,

Carte generale des colonies angloises dans l'Amerique Septentrionale pour l'intelligence de la guerre presente, d'apres des manuscrit anglais par J. B. Nolin geographe. Corrigé, augmenté des indications des principaux évenemens de la guerre avec le tracee des limites pour constituer le traité de paix proposé entre la Couronne de la Grande Bretagne et les Etats Unis,

The surrender of Earl Cornwallis (Lieutenant-General of the British Army in North America) to General Washington & Count DeRochambeau, on the 19th of Octr. 1781 - whereby the posts of York-Town & Gloucester in Virginia, were then given up to the combined forces of America & France / Hamilton delin. ; Thornton sculp.

[Surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown]

Die Americaner machen den Lord Cornwallis mit seiner Armee zu Gefangnen, bey Yorktown den 19ten Octobr 1781 / D. Chodowiecki inv. et del. ; D. Berger sculpsit 1784.

Reddition de l'armée du Lord Cornwalis / dessiné par le Barbier peintre du roi ; gravé par Godefroy de l'Academie Imple. et Royale de Vienne &c.

Reddition de l'armée du Lord Cornwalis / dessiné par le Barbier peintre du roi ; gravé par Godefroy de l'Academie Imple. et Royale de Vienne &c.

U.S. Reports: Fox's Lessee v. Palmer, et al., 2 U.S. (2 Dall.) 214 (1793)

Ravine occupied by the picket reserves, of Brig. Gen. Joseph Hooker's division, Heintzlemans corps d'armee, at the seige of Yorktown, April, 1862

Prise de Yorktown = The taking of Yorktown / Lith. de Turgis à Paris.

Yorktown

Confederate fortifications, Yorktown, Va.

Siege train at Yorktown Landing, Va.

Siege of Yorktown. Federal Battery No. 1 near Farnhold's house, mounting one 200 pdr. and ten 100 pdr. rifled guns

Confederate fortifications, Yorktown, Va.

Great siege train at Yorktown, Va.

Plan of the Union and Rebel position at Yorktown, Va., April 7th, 1862.

Yorktown to Williamsburg /

Position of Union Army April 5th and 6th 1862

Map of the towns of Somers & Yorktown, Westchester Co. New York.

Yorktown, Virginia. Fortifications

Yorktown, Virginia. View from Cornwallis cave

Yorktown, Virginia. 13-inch seacoast mortars of Federal Battery No. 4

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Northeast view of Federal Battery No. 1 at Farenhold house, York River. Mounting one 200 pdr. And five 100 pdr. Rifled guns

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Battery No. 4, mounting 13-inch mortars. East north end

[Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity)]. Servants at Prince de Joinville's quarters

Yorktown, Virginia. Confederate water battery with Dahlgren 11-inch smooth bore naval guns

Yorktown, Virginia. Confederate sandbag fortifications

Yorktown, Virginia. Confederate battery with Gen. McClellan's No. 1 mortar battery in the distance

[Yorktown to Williamsburg]

Yorktown from the river

Map of the lines at Yorktown, Virginia, April 1862.

Union and Rebel works Yorktown, Va. [1862]

Plan of Yorktown, Virginia : showing the Rebel works after the evacuation, May 4th, 1862.

The Union position before Yorktown, Va., 18th April 1862

Sketch of the lines at Yorktown Virginia April 30th 1862.

Extract from Fort Monroe, Norfolk, Suffolk, and Yorktown, with their connections and surroundings for military purposes /

Plan of Yorktown, Virginia ... April, 1862.

The assault on the "Red Battery," April 25th, 1862 Yorktown, Va.

[Map of eastern portion of Virginia : Fortress Monroe, Norfolk, Yorktown, Petersburg, Richmond &c.] /

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Headquarters of General McClellan at Camp Winfield Scott

The Moore House, near Yorktown, Va., showing effect of fire from Confederate batteries

Yorktown, Virginia. Confederate battery with McClellan's No. 1 mortar battery in the distance

Yorktown, Virginia. Confederate battery. Magruder with 8-inch Columbiads. Federal transports in river

Yorktown, Virginia. Exploded gun in Confederate battery

Yorktown, Virginia. Confederate battery JEFF DAVIS

Yorktown, Virginia. Both sections of Federal mortar battery No. 4

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Federal Battery No. 1 two miles below Yorktown. Parrott guns in peach orchard

Siege of Yorktown, Va. Federal Battery No. 4 mounting ten 13 inch mortars

Siege of Yorktown. Federal Battery No. 1, near Farnhold's house, mounting one 200 pdr. and ten 100 pdr. guns

The Centre position of Union and Rebel armies, Yorktown, Va.

Siege of Yorktown Virginia

The three princes, camp at Yorktown

The Union assault on the Rebel works at Lee's Mill, Yorktown, Va.

Official plan of the siege of Yorktown, Va., conducted by the Army of the Potomac under command of Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan, U.S.A., April 5th to May 3rd 1862

Servants at quarters of Prince de Joinville in front of Yorktown, May 3, 1862

Yorktown, Virginia. View of ravine, where a large number of Confederate powder magazines were located

Yorktown, Virginia. Confederate fortifications built on the site where Cornwallis delivered up his sword. Shown is a Dahlgren 11-inch smooth-bore naval gun

Yorktown, Virginia. Battery No. 1 at Farnhold's House, York River mounting one 200-pound and five 100-pound

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Headquarters of General George B. McClellan, Camp Winfield Scott

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Group at Camp Winfield Scott. T. Anderson, Esq. Lt. Col. Fletcher, Lt. Col. Neville, Major A.J. Pearson, Prince de Joinville, Comte de Paris, Gen. Stewart Van Vliet, G. Sheffield, S.L. Arny, Duc de Chartres

Yorktown, Virginia. Gen. William F. Barry and friends

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Group. T. Anderson, Esq. Lt. Col. Fletcher, Lt. Col. Neville, Major A.J. Pearson, Prince de Joinville, Comte de Paris, Gen. Stewart Van Vliet, G. Sheffield, S.L. Arny, Duc de Chartres

Battery, No. 4--near Yorktown, mounting 10 13-inch mortars, each weighing 20,000 pounds. East-South end / Brady's Album Gallery.

Battery No. 1, near Yorktown, Virginia / negative by Wood & Gibson ; positive by A. Gardner.

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Comte de Paris, Duc de Chartres, Prince de Joinville and friends at lunch. Camp Winfield Scott

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Battery No. 4

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Battery No. 4, mounting 13-inch mortars, each weighing 20,000 pounds

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Federal Battery No. 1 two miles below Yorktown. Parrott guns in peach orchard

Plan of Union and Rebel position at Yorktown Va.

Camp of Signal corps nr. Yorktown

Siege of Yorktown, Va. Views of Federal Battery, No. 4

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Allen's farm house. Headquarters of General Fitz John Porter. Lafayette's headquarters before the battle of Yorktown

Yorktown, Virginia. Confederate battery. Magruder with 8-inch Columbiads. Federal transports in the river

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Allen's farm house near Williamsburg Road. General Fitz John Porter's headquarters. Corps of Sumner and Heintzelman camped in the background

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Clark's house used a hospital for the reserve

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Battery No. 4, mounting 13-inch mortars. South end

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Topographical Engineers, Camp Winfield Scott

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Group of contrabands at Allen's farm house near Williamsburg Road

Yorktown, Va., May 1862. A scene during the Civil War

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Farenholt's house, with part of Federal Battery No. 1 in the distance

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Group. Similar to 351

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Servants of officers of staff. (The "Beef-killers" of the army) Camp Winfield Scott

Topographical engineers at Headquarters, Army of Potomac, in front of Yorktown, Va.

The siege of Yorktown, April 1862