Maps Plan of the siege of Charles Town in South Carolina under command of His Excellence Sir Henry Clinton and under direction of ... Collonel Mount-Crieff as chief ingener, this town was surrendered with capitulation the 12. May 1780 after 6 weeks and 3 days siege.

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Title
Plan of the siege of Charles Town in South Carolina under command of His Excellence Sir Henry Clinton and under direction of ... Collonel Mount-Crieff as chief ingener, this town was surrendered with capitulation the 12. May 1780 after 6 weeks and 3 days siege.
Contributor Names
Fennigan, Patrick.
Created / Published
[1780]
Subject Headings
-  Charleston (S.C.)--History--Siege, 1780--Maps, Manuscript--Early works to 1800
-  United States--South Carolina--Charleston
Notes
-  Scale ca. 1:11,500.
-  Manuscript, pen-and-ink and watercolor.
-  Oriented with north to the right.
-  Shows detailed lines of fire for defenders and besiegers.
-  Ships shown pictorially.
-  On verso: Siege of Charles Town, South Carolina. Lieut. Finnegan, 16th Regt.
-  LC Maps of North America, 1750-1789, 1556
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
-  Vault
-  AACR2: 651/1; 650/2
Medium
col. map 65 x 45 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
G3914.C3S3 1780 .P5
Repository
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.gmd/g3914c.ar155600
Library of Congress Control Number
gm71000887
Online Format
image
LCCN Permalink
https://lccn.loc.gov/gm71000887
Library of Congress Online Catalog
https://catalog.loc.gov/vwebv/search?searchCode=STNO&searchArg=gm71000887&searchType=1&recCount=10
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Fennigan, Patrick. Plan of the siege of Charles Town in South Carolina under command of His Excellence Sir Henry Clinton and under direction of ... Collonel Mount-Crieff as chief ingener, this town was surrendered with capitulation the 12. May 1780 after 6 weeks and 3 days siege. [1780] Map. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/gm71000887/. (Accessed December 11, 2016.)

APA citation style:

Fennigan, P. (1780) Plan of the siege of Charles Town in South Carolina under command of His Excellence Sir Henry Clinton and under direction of ... Collonel Mount-Crieff as chief ingener, this town was surrendered with capitulation the 12. May 1780 after 6 weeks and 3 days siege. [Map] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/gm71000887/.

MLA citation style:

Fennigan, Patrick. Plan of the siege of Charles Town in South Carolina under command of His Excellence Sir Henry Clinton and under direction of ... Collonel Mount-Crieff as chief ingener, this town was surrendered with capitulation the 12. May 1780 after 6 weeks and 3 days siege. [1780] Map. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <https://www.loc.gov/item/gm71000887/>.