A Sketch of the Action Between the British Forces and the American Provincials, on the Heights of the Peninsula of Charlestown, the 17th of June 1775
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This map by Thomas Jefferys and William Faden details the position of British and American troops during the Battle of Bunker Hill in Charlestown on 17 June 1775. It provides the locations of many regiments and ships, cannons, intrenchments, and redoubts.
Jefferys and Faden were both English cartographers who worked for the government of England. Faden followed Jefferys as royal geographer to King George III.