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EVRV2A-00151
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Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys taking Fort Ticonderoga from the British, 1775. Hand-colored engraving
EVRV2A-00190
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Ethan Allen and Green Mountain Boys capturing Delaplace, commander of Fort Ticonderoga, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
EVRV2A-00212
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Capture of Fort Ticonderoga by Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
PREV2A-00079
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Ethan Allen portrait. Hand-colored woodcut
PREV2A-00108
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Ethan Allen imprisoned after his capture in Montreal, 1775-1778. Hand-colored woodcut
EVRV2A-00144
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Fort Ticonderoga's artillery taken over Green Mountains for the defense of Boston. Hand-colored woodcut
EVRV2A-00176
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Colonials transporting powder from Fort Ticonderoga to defend Boston, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut of a Howard Pyle illustration
EVRV2A-00283
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Cannon taken from Fort Ticonderoga for colonial defense of Boston, 1775-6. Hand-colored woodcut
EVRV3A-00212
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Capture of Fort Ticonderoga by Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys, 1775. Woodcut
EVRV2A-00032
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British agent Andre trying to bribe his captors with his watch to avoid discovery of Arnold's treason. Hand-colored engraving
EVRV2A-00049
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Benedict Arnold's treason - promising to deliver West Point to the British, 1780. Hand-colored woodcut
EVRV2A-00077
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Capture of Andre and discovery of Benedict Arnold's treason. Hand-colored engraving
EVRV2A-00084
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Benedict Arnold's signature on a pass given to British agent, Major Andre, 1780. Woodcut with a watercolor wash
EVRV2A-00085
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Map of Arnold's invasion route to Quebec during the American Revolution, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
EVRV2A-00086
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Benedict Arnold escaping on horseback after his treason was discovered. Hand-colored woodcut
EVRV2A-00087
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Benedict Arnold's attack on Quebec in the winter of 1775. Halftone
EVRV2A-00109
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EVRV2A-00109
Arnold's expedition through the Maine wilderness to attack Quebec, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
EVRV2A-00110
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Montresor's map of uplands of Maine, used for Arnold's march to Quebec, 1775. Hand-colored
EVRV2A-00156
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Escape of Benedict Arnold to a British ship after discovery of his treason by Gen. Washington. Hand-colored woodcut
EVRV2A-00157
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Americans burning Benedict Arnold in effigy after discovery of his treason. Hand-colored woodcut
EVRV2A-00164
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General Arnold wounded at the Battle of Saratoga, New York, 1777. Hand-colored engraving
EVRV2A-00213
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Benedict Arnold tells his wife that his treason has been discovered. Hand-colored halftone of a Howard Pyle illustration
EVRV2D-00082
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Memorial to Timothy Bigelow of Arnold's 1775 expedition against Quebec in the American Revolution, shore of the Dead River, Maine
EVRV2D-00083
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Memorial to Timothy Bigelow of Arnold's 1775 expedition against Quebec, shore of the Dead River, Maine
EVRV3A-00049
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Benedict Arnold's treason - promising to deliver West Point to the British, 1780. Woodcut
PREV2A-00002
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Benedict Arnold portrait published in Nuremburg 1778. Hand-colored woodcut
PREV2A-00053
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Margaret Shippen, Mrs. Benedict Arnold, and child. Hand-colored engraving
PREV2A-00060
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Benedict Arnold, with autograph. Hand-colored engraving
PREV2D-00021
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Memorial to Arnold's 1775 expedition against Quebec in the American Revolution, shore of the Dead River, Maine
PREV2D-00022
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Memorial to Arnold's 1775 expedition against Quebec in the American Revolution, shore of the Dead River, Maine
USME2D-00100
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Fall foliage around one of the Chain of Ponds, Benedict Arnold's route in northwestern Maine
USME2D-00101
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Autumn colors surround one of the Chain of Ponds on Benedict Arnold's route through northwestern Maine
USME2D-00102
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Fall colors in the hills of Quebec, Canada, beyond Arnold Pond (named for Benedict Arnold), Maine
USME2D-00103
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Fall colors in the hills of Quebec, Canada, beyond Arnold Pond (named for Benedict Arnold), Maine
USME2D-00104
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Fall colors in the hills of Quebec, Canada, behind Arnold Pond (named for Benedict Arnold), Maine
USME2D-00105
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Fall colors in the hills of Quebec, Canada, behind Arnold Pond (named for Benedict Arnold), Maine
USME2D-00106
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Autumn day at Arnold Pond (named for Benedict Arnold), Maine, near the border with Quebec, Canada
USME2D-00107
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Autumn day at Arnold Pond (named for Benedict Arnold), Maine, near the border with Quebec, Canada
USME2D-00108
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Autumn woods in the mountains of northwestern Maine near the border of Quebec, Canada
USME2D-00109
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Autumn colors in the hills of Quebec, Canada, behind Arnold Pond (named for Benedict Arnold), Maine
EVRV2A-00034
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George Rogers Clark en route to Kaskaskia, Illinois, which he took from British. Hand-colored halftone
EVRV2A-00035
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George Rogers Clark's handwritten demand for the surrender of Vincennes by British Lt. Gov. Hamilton, 1779. Hand-colored woodcut
EVRV2A-00187
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George Rogers Clark's troops crossing the Wabash River to sieze Vincennes from the British, 1779. Hand-colored woodcut
EVRV3A-00035
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George Rogers Clark's handwritten demand for the surrender of Vincennes by British Lt. Gov. Hamilton, 1779. Woodcut
PREV2A-00085
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General George Rogers Clark. Hand-colored engraving
PREV3A-00050
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George Rogers Clark in uniform. Steel engraving
EVRV2A-00266
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EVRV2A-00266
American advance on Vincennes during the Revolutionary War, 1779. Hand-colored halftone
EVRV2D-00222
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George Rogers Clark Memorial honoring American capture of Fort Vincennes, Indiana, in 1779. Digital photograph
EVRV2D-00223
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George Rogers Clark Memorial honoring American capture of Fort Vincennes, Indiana, in 1779. Digital photograph
EVRV2D-00224
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George Rogers Clark Memorial honoring American capture of Fort Vincennes, Indiana, in 1779. Digital photograph
EVRV2D-00225
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George Rogers Clark Memorial honoring American capture of Fort Vincennes, Indiana, in 1779. Digital photograph
EVRV2D-00226
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George Rogers Clark Memorial honoring American capture of Fort Vincennes, Indiana, in 1779. Digital photograph
EVRV2A-00155
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Death of General de Kalb at the Battle of Camden, South Carolina, 1780. Hand-colored engraving
PREV2A-00028
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Baron de Kalb introducing Lafayette to Silas Deane. Hand-colored engraving
PREV3A-00135
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Johann, Baron de Kalb, in his Continental Army uniform. Woodcut
EVRV2A-00076
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Surrender of British commander Burgoyne to General Gates at Saratoga, New York, 1777. Hand-colored engraving
EVRV2A-00111
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British army at Saratoga, New York,surrenders to American General Gates, 1777. Hand-colored woodcut
PREV2A-00095
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General Horatio Gates on horseback, American Revolution. Hand-colored engraving
EVRV2A-00288
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Battle of Eutaw Springs, South Carolina, 1781. Hand-colored engraving
EVRV2A-00289
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Virginia and Maryland regiments break the British lines at Eutaw Springs, 1781. Hand-colored woodcut

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