Three decades, from the start the French and Indian War to the end of the American Revolution, shaped America's boundaries and set the stage for future expansion. Illustrated cartography from the era tells the story of a growing nation, from city streets, to thriving ports, to the hills and mountains of the wilderness frontier.
Find your way in early America with Revolution: Mapping the Road to Independence 1755-1783. Authors Richard Brown and Paul Cohen guide readers through a stunning collection of beautiful historic maps that reveal a young nation taking shape. It belongs on the coffee table of any student of American history.
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