An exact view of the late battle at Charlestown, June 17th, 1775,ca. 1775
ARTIST: Bernard Romans, American
Size: 18x24 inches
Substrate: Premium Matte paper
Bleed: full bleed (image goes edge to edge)
Product Details: This rare early American print depicts a conflict often referred to as the Battle of Bunker Hill. Near the start of the American Revolution, the action took place on the Charlestown Peninsula, north of Boston Harbor and involved 2,400 British troops commanded by Major General Howe ranged against 1,500 Americans of the Continental Army under General Artemas Ward and General Israel Putnam. Here, straight ranks of colonial troops in blue face the advancing red-coated British, with a glimpse of Boston shown at right and Charlestown burning at left.

...battle at Charlestown (Bunker Hill), June 17th, 1775 - 18x24" print