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Black George rousing his fellow Serbs against the Ottoman Empire, 1804. Hand-colored halftone
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"Liberty Leading the People," by Eugene Delacroix. Printed halftone reproduction
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Battle of Beecher Island between Colonel Forsyth's Buffalo Soldiers and southern Plains Indians led by Roman Nose, 1868. Hand-colored-woodcut
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Soldiers fighting on the house-tops in Mexico City, mid-1800s. Hand-colored wodcut
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Battle of Ayacucho, when Bolivar's forces under General Sucre established Peru's independence from Spain, 1824. Hand-colored woodcut
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Hermann returning from the Cheruscis' victory over the Romans, 9 AD. Hand-colored photogravure illustration
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Guy Fawkes brought before King James I after discovery of the Gunpowder Plot, 1605. Hand-colored woodcut
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Native soldiers playing at "warry" in Ashanti Colony, Africa, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
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British officer Sir Garnet Wolseley receiving news during the Ashanti War, Africa, 1870s. Woodcut
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British attack on Egyptian artillery at Tell-el-Kebir, 1882. Hand-colored woodcut
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British naval brigade using a Gatling gun to occupy Alexandria, Egypt, 1882. Hand-colored woodcut
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Boer assault on a British convoy in South Africa, 1902. Hand-colored halftone
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Chinese rioters burning British factories during the Opium Wars, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Uprising of the populace in Berlin, Germany, 1848. Printed color lithograph of a painting by von Wenzel
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British Royal Horse Artillery charge aginst unmounted Sepoys near Allahbad, India, 1857. Hand-colored woodcut
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Oliver Cromwell making his first speech in Parliament, March 2, 1629. Hand-colored halftone illustration
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Banner of the Secession Convention in Charleston, South Carolina, 1861. Hand-colored woodcut
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Secession street banner in Charleston, South Carolina, 1860. Hand-colored woodcut
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Impassioned secession debate in the House of Representatives, December 1860 or January 1861. Hand-colored woodcut
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Jefferson Davis inaugurated as president of the Confederate States of America, Montgomery AL, 1861. Hand-colored woodcut
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Confederate bombardment of Fort Sumter, starting the US Civil War. Hand-colored engraving
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Confederate bombardment of Fort Sumter in Charleston SC harbor, April 1861. Hand-colored engraving
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Big guns of Fort Sumter firing on Fort Moultrie at the start of the Civil War, 1861. Hand-colored woodcut
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Citizens of Charleston watching the Confederate bombardment of Fort Sumter to open the Civil War, 1861. Hand-colored woodcut
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Citizens of Charleston watching the Confederate bombardment of Fort Sumter to open the Civil War, 1861. Woodcut
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Boat attack by Federal forces retaking Fort Sumter, 1863. Hand-colored woodcut
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Union fleet bombarding Fort Sumter to retake Charleston harbor, 1863. Hand-colored woodcut
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Jefferson Davis inaugurated as president of the Confederate States of America, Montgomery AL, 1861. Hand-colored woodcut
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Jefferson Davis in uniform, with autograph. Engraving
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Reward poster offering $100,000 in gold for the capture of Jefferson Davis, May 1865. Hand-colored woodcut
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Federal army entering Richmond after the citizens had burned it, April 3, 1865. Hand-colored woodcut
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Flight of the Confederate government after the fall of Richmond, 1865. Hand-colored woodcut
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Confederate soldiers on the line of battle with fate against them. Hand-colored engraving from a painting by Gilbert Gaul
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Confederate cavalry ransacking New Windsor, Maryland, during the Civil War. Hand-colored woodcut
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Sherman's troops foraging on a Georgia plantation, 1864. Hand-colored woodcut
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Rebel attack on the 43rd Massachusetts Volunteers at Galveston, Texas, 1863. Hand-colored woodcut
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Rebel Quantrill raiders destroying Lawrence, Kansas, 1863. Hand-colored woodcut
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Fredericksburg, Virginia, after the siege and battle. Hand-colored woodcut
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Mississippians opposing the Union Army's advance on Fredericksburg, 1862. Hand-colored woodcut
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Lawrence, Kansas, burning after the Confederate Quantrill raid, 1863. Hand-colored woodcut
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Confederate bombardment of Fort Sumter, starting the US Civil War. Hand-colored engraving
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Martha Washington visiting the Continental Army encampment at Valley Forge. Hand-colored engraving
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Recruiting privateersmen to serve the American cause in the Revolutionary War, New London, Connecticut. Hand-colored woodcut of a Howard Pyle illustration
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John Paul Jones's commission as captain, US Navy, from the Congress, 1776. Woodcut with a watercolor wash
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Stamp Act protestors burning stamps in New York City before the American Revolution. Hand-colored woodcut
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Bonfire at the Bowling-Green to protest the Stamp Act, New York City, 1765. Hand-colored woodcut
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Procession in New York opposing the Stamp Act. Hand-colored woodcut
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Parade of colonials protesting the Stamp Act in New York City. Hand-colored woodcut
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Effigy of a Stamp Act official hung by protesting colonials, 1760s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Stamp Act riots in Boston, MA, before the Revolutionary War. Hand-colored woodcut
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Patriotic American colonial woman spinning to avoid importing British cloth. Hand-colored woodcut
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Sons of Liberty handbill supporting boycott of British goods in Boston before the Revolutionary War. Woodcut with a watercolor wash
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Pennsylvania Journal and Weekly Advertiser protesting the Stamp Act, 1765. Woodcut with a watercolor wash
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Table of prices under the British Stamp Act, 1765. Woodcut with a watercolor wash
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Handbill announcing repeal of British Stamp Act, 1766. Woodcut with a watercolor wash
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Colonists hanging a Stamp Act official in effigy. Woodcut
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Stamp Act protestors burning stamps in New York City before the American Revolution. Woodcut
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Handbill announcing repeal of British Stamp Act, 1766. Woodcut
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A meeting of colonists protesting British treatment before the American Revolution. Hand-colored woodcut
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Defense of the Liberty Pole by colonial patriots in New York, 1760s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Destruction of British shipment of tea in Boston Harbor, December 16, 1773. Hand-colored woodcut
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Patriots dressed as Indians destroying tea in Boston harbor, 1773. Hand-colored woodcut
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Colonists dressed as Indians dumping tea in Boston harbor, 1773. Hand-colored halftone
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Handbill warning Boston patriots against buying tea, December 2, 1773. Woodcut with a watercolor wash
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Colonial protestors emptying the tea into Boston harbor, 1773. Hand-colored woodcut
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Boston Tea Party, a protest against British taxes before the American Revolution. Hand-colored woodcut
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Throwing the tea overboard during the Boston Tea Party, 1773. Hand-colored woodcut
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Sons of Liberty penalize person who looted tea after Boston Tea Party by nailing his coat to a post, 1773. Hand-colored woodcut
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Lord North pouring tea down Columbia's throat - cartoon of 1773. Woodcut
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Isaac Sears exhorting a mob against the British in New York City at the outset of the Revolutionary War. Hand-colored woodcut of a Howard Pyle illustration
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Marinus Willett seizing British weapons for the Sons of Liberty in New York City. Hand-colored woodcut
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Patriotic barber of New York City ridiculing British officers by half-shaving them. Hand-colored
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Paul Revere scattering handbills in a New England village for the Sons of Liberty. Hand-colored woodcut
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Letter from Boston's Committee of Correspondence urging supplies be withheld from British troops, 1774. Woodcut with a watercolor wash
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Royal Governor Tryon angrily trying to suppress the Regulators revolt, North Carolina, 1771. Hand-colored woodcut
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Royal Governor Tryon confronting the Regulators, North Carolina, 1771. Hand-colored woodcut
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British officer harassed by colonial boy in Boston before the Revolutionary War. Hand-colored woodcut
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British redcoats in an American colonial city, 1770s. Hand-colored woodcut of a Howard Pyle illustation
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British troops entering Boston to enforce taxation and other colonial legislation. Hand-colored woodcut
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British soldiers quartered in an American colonists' home, 1770s. Hand-colored engraving
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British soldiers plundering an American colonist's home, 1700s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Paul Revere's engraving of the Boston Massacre, 1770.
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Boston Massacre, 1770. Hand-colored engraving of the painting by Alonso Chappel
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British soldiers causing four deaths in the Boston Massacre, 1770. Hand-colored halftone
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Samuel Adams warning British royal governor after the Boston Massacre,
1770. Printed color lithograph of H. Pyle illustration
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Samuel Adams demanding British troop withdrawal after Boston Massacre, 1770. Hand-colored halftone of Howard Pyle illustration
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British troops entering Boston to enforce taxation and other colonial legislation. Woodcut
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Defense of the Liberty Pole by colonial patriots in New York, 1760s. Woodcut
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British soldiers quartered in an American colonist's home, 1770s. Engraving
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Boston Massacre, 1770. Steel engraving of the painting by Alonso Chappel
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Paul Revere seeing two lights in the Old North Church steeple, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
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Paul Revere's ride to rouse inhabitants of Lexington, April 19, 1775. Hand-colored engraving
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Paul Revere's ride to rouse the Minutemen in Lexington, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
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Rider rousing Minutemen, "To arms! To arms! The war has begun," warning the British were marching to Lexington, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
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Paul Revere calling the Lexington Minutemen to arms, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut of a Darley illustration
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Paul Revere rousing inhabitants along the road to Lexington, 1775. Hand-colored halftone
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Wife awakens a Minuteman with the news, "The British are coming!" Hand-colored woodcut
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Minuteman preparing for war before the battle of Lexington, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
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Colonial women defending their home as a Minuteman leaves for battle, American Revolution. Hand-colored woodcut
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Midnight ride of Paul Revere, starting the American Revolution, 1775. Hand-colored engraving
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Minutemen at the Battle of Lexington, American Revolution, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
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Wife holding her dying husband at the Battle of Lexington, start of the Revolutionary War. Hand-colored engraving
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Messenger bringing colonists news of the battle at Lexington Green, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
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Minutemen at Lexington Green, April 1775: "If they want a war, let it begin here." Hand-colored woodcut of a Howard Pyle illustration
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The fight on Lexington Common, April 19, 1775, beginning the Revolutionary War. Hand-colored engraving of a Howard Pyle illustration
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British troops firing on the Americans at Lexington, first battle of the American Revolution. Hand-colored woodcut
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Minutemen roused by Paul Revere to do battle in Lexington, April 19, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
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Minutemen leaving their homes in Stockbridge, MA, upon hearing of the battle of Lexington. Hand-colored woodcut
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Paul Revere's ride to rouse inhabitants of Lexington, April 19, 1775. Woodcut Hand-colored engraving
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Minutemen leaving for the battle of Concord, Massachusetts, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
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Death of Isaac Davis at the bridge in the Battle of Concord, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
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Minuteman leaving for battle with his family's blessings, American Revolution. Hand-colored woodcut
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Women and children removing military supplies from Concord ahead of the British attack, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
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British bonfire at Col. Barrett's house, battle of Concord, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
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Retreat of the British from Concord, Massachusetts at the outset of the American Revolution. Hand-colored engraving
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First blow for liberty, colonials harrassing British soldiers on the road from Concord, 1775. Hand-colored halftone reproduction of a painting
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British retreat from Concord under fire from Minutemen in ambush, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
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Americans' fight to hold off the British army at Concord Bridge, April 10, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
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Gunsmiths forging arms for the Minutemen, 1770s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Minuteman plowing his field, armed and ready, American Revolution. Hand-colored woodcut

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