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Prepared for Baltimore Heritage, Inc. by the Louis Berger Group, Inc. Funded by a grant from the National Park Service American Battlefield Protection Program (GA-2287-13-003) with additional support from the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority.

Color lithograph by Endicott and Swett after Ruckle; battle scene among trees, mounted officers under trees in foreground.

Folio, matted; margins; soiled.
N.Y., Old Print Shop, '50. ERGd.

On January 11, 1814, Thomas Boyle engaged the twenty-two-gun, 800-ton Hibernia in the West Indies in a battle beginning at 7:30 p.m. At half past midnight, the Hibernia, as depicted here, attempted to ram the Comet. The battle ended indecisively at…

Print shows Robert Ross, full-length portrait, seated on horse, facing left, mortally wounded, being assisted by another soldier.

Photographs of monument "Where General Ross Fell," Hampstead Hill, and the Old Methodist Meeting House excerpted from a Baltimore souvenir booklet created by the National Star-Spangled Banner Centennial Commission.

Hand colored engraving; bird's eye view of battle. Oblong folio, matted; place mark, margins trimmed; soiled. N.Y., Old Print Shop, '45. OGGd.

- Bird's-eye view.
- Indexed for points of interest.
- Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
- Acquisitions control no. 34-84

This map shows British and American positions before Baltimore during the British attack of September 12-14. It includes the positions of Brigadier General John Stricker's Maryland forces consisting of Captain William B. Dyer's riflemen, Lieutenant…
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