A North View of Fort Johnson drawn on the spot by Mr. Guy Johnson Sir Wm. Johnson's Son._
Engraving, 180 x 230mm. 7 x 9". Vertical folds as issued. Some spots of foxing.
Fort Johnson, New York State, published in the Royal Magazine in October 1759. From a drawing by the son of Sir William Johnson, 1st Baronet (1715 – 1774), the founder of Johnstown, New York. Sir William was an army officer in colonial New York, and the British Superintendent of Indian Affairs from 1755 to 1774. He served on the Governor's Council in New York, and earned the rank of Major General in the British forces during the French and Indian War.
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