EXPLANATION OF MAP.
i. Place whence Peterson and Sherwood fired on the boat from the Vulture, September 20th, 1780. Descend-
ants of Peterson have the musket. 2. Linden Cottage. 3. Cannon ball found by Eugene Anderson, who now
has it. It weighs five pounds. 4 Old musket ram-rod found in clay. In possession of H. G Morehouse. 5. Under-
bill Homestead. 6. Old oak tree, a landmark. No one knows how old. 7. Vine Cottage. 8. Fish house.
9. Cannon ball weighing nearly six pounds, plowed up in meadow. 10. Squaw Point. Directly opposite, on the
western bank, Andre landed from the Vulture and first met Arnold. 11. Picnic Point, where Enoch Crosby,
Cooper's Spy, once enticed ashore and helped capture a boat-load of British soldiers. 12. Farm house 135 years
old. 13. Italian villa built by Dr. Robert T. Underhill, deceased. 14. Cannon ball found lodged in a tree about
eighty years ago, by Dr. Underhill. The ball is now in possession of S. W. Underhill and weighs about six
pounds. The tree is not now standing, and the oldest inhabitant does not remember in which side of the tree the
ball lodged. 15. Place where earthworks were thrown up by Americans* when they brought the cannon down
to the point. Vouched for by S. W. Underhill, who lived there for sixty years. Dotted shore is low and sandy.
Where the shore has declivity marks it is high and rocky.
___________ E. H. Hall.
Livingston's cannon may have been shifted from one place to another, as the Vulture got under way.
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