Ticonderoga : AMs, [ca. 1887].


Ticonderoga : AMs, [ca. 1887].

Adaptation of a Scottish legend in which the protagonist, Duncan Campbell, meets his doom at the Battle of Ticonderoga, 18 July 1758, as retribution for having protected his cousin's assassin.

1 item (9 p.) in case ; 36 cm.


SNAC Resource ID: 6749675

Rosenbach Museum & Library

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