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Scarce Revolutionary War battle plan of the Battle of Sacket's Harbor, from Wilkinson's Memoirs of My Own Times, together with Atlas; Diagrams and Plans Illustrative of the Principal Battles and Military Affairs Treated In Memoirs of My Own Times.

The Battle of Sacket's Harbor, took place on May 29, 1813, during the War of 1812. The British crossed Lake Ontario and attempted to capture the town, which was the principal dockyard and base for the American naval squadron on the lake. They were repulsed by American regulars and militia. The map shows Fort Pike, Fort Tompkins, the Hospital, Roads and a Saw Mill, along with the plan of the town, the positions of General Brown and Major Herkimer and Herkimer's retreat route.