Charles Town, South Carolina Battle Map with Surrounding Areas


The Siege of Charles Town, South Carolina (the present day name Charleston was adopted in 1783) occurred in spring 1780 in which the British handed the Americans their largest defeat of the entire war. Over 3,300 men surrendered and left the Americans without an army in the southern colonies.

Highly detailed map showing the defensive fortifications used by the Americans for Charles Town and the three parallels used by the British as they advanced towards the city. 

Result: British Victory

Published: 1780

Scale: 17,500

Dimensions (Width x Height): 22.4x29.4

Each map is printed using the finest materials and methods. Your map will be handled with white gloves from start to finish. We use the Giclee printing method on Hahnemuhle paper, which produces a clear, extremely detailed, durable map that is perfect to be proudly displayed in your home or office.

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