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Maps of Guilford Courthouse National Military Park
Guilford Battle-Ground Park July 4th 1892
Early map produced for the Guilford Battle-Ground Company, July 4th 1892
Guilford Battle-Ground Park
Guilford Battle-Ground Park early map produced for the Guilford Battle-Ground Company, January 1889
"Tarleton" Map 1787
"Tarleton" Map of the Battle of Guilford Courthouse, so-called because it appeared in Tarleton's 1787 "A History of the Campaign of 1780-1"
"Haldane" Map, The 1781 British plan of the Battle of the Guilford Courthouse attributed to Liutenant Henry Haldane. For proper orientation, the north indicator should be turn counterclockwise approximately 50 degrees.
Reverend Eli Caruther's 1856 plan of battle, demonstrating his attempted to reconcile the contemporary, mid-19th Century scene with that of 1781
"Schenck" map 1889
Judge David Schenck's 1889 plan of the battle.
Sketch of the Guilford Battle Ground Park 1903
Guilford Battle Ground Park 1903
Last updated: August 1, 2014