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A Plan of The Country Near Tritchinapoly

In 18th-century warfare, before you sent in the soldiers, you had to send for the cartographer. This military map by Thomas Kitchin, for instance, served as a tool not only to orient troops to an alien landscape, but also as a journal of sorts with a wealth of information on camp locations, dates and strategic routes. This is not a document you want getting into enemy hands.