Title/Content of Map: A Plan of the Siege of the Havana, drawn by an Officer on the Spot, 1762Date Printed: 1766Cartographer: AnonymousSize (inches): 11 x 7
Antique map or plan of Havana, Cuba. This concise engraved harbor plan shows the disposition of British forces as they besieged and captured the city of Havana, Cuba in 1762, which at the time was a very important Spanish naval base in the Spanish West Indies.
Shows two forts at the entrance channel: Castillo de los Tres Reyes del Morro (or Morro Castle) and Castillo de San Salvador de la Punta. A chain to block the channel is shown stretching between the two forts. Published from London in Britannia Triumphant.
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