19TH CENTURY MAP OF THE MEXICAN WAR BATTLE OF BUENA VISTA

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Very nice black and white map printed to accompany the bound official reports of the Mexican War. This fold-out map meas. approx. 21.50 x 18.00 inches and shows the battle of Buena Vista fought between US General Zachary Taylor and Mexican General Santa Anna on February 22 & 23, 1847.

Being a fold-out map it of course has several vertical and horizontal folds but is otherwise in very nice condition. There are no tears and there is only some minor surface dirt along one side. All details are crisp and sharp.

The map shows the position of the armies on the morning of the 23rd of February. The map was drawn a Captain Linnard and surveyed by Linnard with Lieutenants Pope & Franklin. The latter two would be generals during the Civil War. Map has all the proper legends as well as the key.

A great item to frame and display or to use as a reference by any student of the Mexican War.  [ad] [ph:L]

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