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Report on the Defence of the City of New-York, Accompanied With Maps, Views, and Topographical Plans, 1814
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A Military Topographical Map of Haerlem Heights and Plain. Constructed under the direction of Genl. J. G. Swift of US Engineers. By Captn. James Renwick, of Genl. Mape's Brigade. Drawn by Wm. Js. Proctor To Colnel [sic?] Nicholas Fish, and other Memb
A Plan of the Fortifications at McGowan's Pass [and two untitled views].
Fort Clinton at McGowan's Pass. ; [View of Harlem Plains] ; [View of Stone Tower Overlooking Manhattanville].
Fort Stevens and the Mill Rock from the Tower on Hallets Point. ; Fort Stevens Looking up the Sound.
Forts Fish and Clinton. ; View from Fort Fish at McGowan's Pass Looking Towards Haerlem.
Mill Rock and Hell Gate from Fort Stevens. ; Gate at McGowan's Pass.
Plan of Fortification at the Narrows for the Defence of the Harbour of New York by Floating Batterys, Piers, & Chains […]
The Mill Rock.
To Brig. General J.G. Swift, Chief of the United States Corps of Engineers, This Military Sketch of Haerlem Heights and Plain, shewing the works erected, under his direction, for the defence of the City of New York, … Jas Renwick. ; Plan & Elevations of t
Tower on Hallet's Point.
View at Fort Clinton McGowan's Pass.
View of the Mill Rock.
Works at McGowan's Pass. ; Fort Fish from Nutters Battery.