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Scarce Revolutionary War period of the Southeastern United States, from Le Boucher's Histoire de la Derniere Guerre, entre La Grande-Bretagne, et les Etas-Unis de l'Amerique, published in Paris in 1787.

The map provides a nice treatment of the region from the Chesapeake to Georgia, drawn from official French sources, most notably, the very rare Sheet #2 of the Neptune Americao-Septentrional. A number of early roads are shown, along with Fort Watson, Fort Mott, Fort Granby, Nelson Ferry and other details in South Carolina. A Moravian Settlement, Iron Works and a Quaker Meeting House are among the places located on the map.

The separate map is rare on the market, this being the second example we have seen in the past 15 years.