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Date of situation: 1736.
Covers: site of battle.
Relief: shown pictorially.
Shows: forests, hills, ravine, fort and cabins.
Map shows alphabetical codes, but no key accompanies map.
Map used to illustrate an article in the New Orleans Times Picayune 10/10/1937: "This old sketch of the Battle of Ackia, taken from the French government's archives in Paris, was made by an officer who accompanied Governor Bienville's ill-fated expedition in 1736."
The Battle of Ackia was fought on May 26, 1736 between a French and Choctaw expedition and the Chickasaws in the vicinity of present-day Tupelo.
Information concerning the map and the battle optained from "Ackia, Battle of" subject file at the Mississippi Dept. of Archives and History.
Photocopy: [Paris]: [French government archives], [n.d.]. 20 cm.
Zoomify JPEG file, Mississippi Department of Archives and History, . Photocopy scanned as TIFF file then converted to Zoomify JPEG file.
Mode of access: Internet browser.
Gift of: Moreau B. Chambers.