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The military reserve at Fort Erie : Niagara April 19th 1819
Historical map showing the fort, buildings, lots, "American lines", "Boundary of military reserve", vegetation.(Signed by) A. Walpole and Henry Vavasour.Relief shown by landform drawings.Digital reproduction of map (52 x ...
Plan of the operations of the British Army, in front of Fort Erie, in the months of August & Septembr 1814 under the Command of Lieutenant General Sir Gordon Drummond, Knight Commander of the Bath &c. &c.
(Kingston, Ont., 1815)
Historical map showing Fort Erie as it was when taken by the Americans. It depicts additional works raised by the American Army, Major Buck's Rd, and roads cut by the British Army. It also shows entrenchments, fortifications, ...
Niagara, sketch of the military reserves extending from Chippewa to the debouche of the Niagara River into Lake Ontario
Historical map showing the lots of Stamford and Niagara, between Lake Ontario and Chippawa Creek. Includes Fort Mississauga and Fort Niagara, 2 proposed suspension bridges and the whirlpool and falls of the Niagara ...
Plan showing the Military Reserve at the Falls of Niagara surveyed by Command of His Excellency Sir John Colborne K.C.B. Lieutenant Governor etc. etc. etc.
Historical map showing roads, lot numbers, buildings, hydrological features.
Plan shewing the ground proposed to be reserved for government, and situation for the barracks and stores at the entrance of the Chippewa Creek
Historical map showing the land reserved for the fort, barracks and stores at the entrance of the Chippewa Creek and the Niagara River.
Plan of the country round Fort Erie shewing the entrenchments etc. thrown up by the enemy in August 1814
Historical map showing the fort an surrounding forrested area.
Plan of the attack made upon Fort Erie (Upper Canada) by the Right Division of the British Army, under the Command of Lt Genl Drummond in August and Septr 1814
Historical map showing the area of the British camp, entrenchments, and fort in Fort Erie. Roads, cleared land and forested sections are depicted. Several distances from Black Rock (American side) to the British batteries ...
Fort Erie as left by the enemy
The map of Fort Erie was enclosed in Romilly's letter to Lt Gen Drummond dated Chippawa 10 Nov 1814 in which he describes the conditions of the fortifications after the battle. It shows the state of fortifications, the ...
Plan of British attack on Fort Erie, 1818
Historical map showing the Fort Erie and surrounding area including vegetation, relief, wharf and builidings.
Sketch showing the situation of Fort Erie and position of forces for the attack by the British
Historical map showing the area from Snake Hill past Fort Erie and the British lines to the headquarters of Lt Gen Drummond further north. The Indian camp, camp and artillery park, picquets, trails, and fortifications by ...