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American rifleman, circa 1776. Gerry Embleton illustration
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Uniformed Continental soldier, Revolutionary War. Gerry Embleton illustration
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American musket balls pierced with nails or cut to inflict extra damage on British troops. Gerry Embleton illustration
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British Light Infantry soldier and an American rifleman (left), Revolutionary War. Gerry Embleton illustration
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French Chasseur whose blue uniform signifies German heritage, serving in the American Revolution, 1781. Gerry Embleton illustration
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Continental bills, American currency during the Revolutionary War. Hand-colored woodcut
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Continental bills, American currency during the Revolutionary War. Woodcut
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Crown Point currency of New Hampshire, 1775. Woodcut
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Paper money of the American Revolution (front shown on the left, reverse on right). Woodcut
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Mingo leader Logan negotiating alliance with British officer, 1770s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Battle of Bunker Hill viewed by Boston citizens on rooftops. Hand-colored halftone of H. Pyle illustration
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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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Committee drafting the Declaration of Independence, 1776: Franklin, Jefferson, Livingston, Adams, and Sherman (left - right). Hand-colored engraving
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Colonists tearing down the king's arms on Independence Hall, July 8, 1776, in celebration of independence. Hand-colored woodcut
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Reading the Declaration of Independence to cheering colonists in Philadelphia, 1776. Hand-colored woodcut
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A meeting of colonists protesting British treatment before the American Revolution. Hand-colored woodcut
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Stamp Act protestors burning stamps in New York City before the American Revolution. Hand-colored woodcut
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American troops charging the British at the Battle of Princeton, New Jersey, 1777. Hand-colored halftone
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Sergeant Jasper with the South Carolina flag at the Battle of Fort Moultrie, SC, 1776. Hand-colored woodcut
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Valley Forge soldier on picket duty in the snow, awaiting his relief shift, American Revolution. Hand-colored engraving
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General Washington and French General Rochambeau overseeing the trenches at Yorktown. Hand-colored halftone
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Minutemen leaving for the battle of Concord, Massachusetts, 1775. 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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Patriotic American colonial woman spinning to avoid importing British cloth. Hand-colored 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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Patriots dressed as Indians destroying tea in Boston harbor, 1773. 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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General Washington leading the Americans at the battle of Princeton NJ, 1777. Hand-colored engraving
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Paul Revere's engraving of the Boston Massacre, 1770.
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Washington leading the Continental Army to Valley Forge winter camp. Hand-colored halftone
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Washington crossing the Delaware. Printed color halftone of painting by Leutze
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Hessian commander Rall mortally wounded during the American attack on Trenton, New Jersey, 1776. Printed color engraving
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General Mercer mortally wounded in the Battle of Princeton, New Jersey, 1777. Printed color engraving
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Washington's soldiers hoisting the 13-star American flag. Hand-colored halftone
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Thomas Jefferson reading his rough draft of the Declaration of Independence to Ben Franklin, 1776. Hand-colored halftone
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John Stark leading a charge of New Hampshiremen at the Battle of Bennington Vermont, 1777. Hand-colored engraving
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Capture of Paulus Hook, New Jersey, by Americans under Major Harry Lee, 1779. Hand-colored halftone
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Triumphal entrance of Washington's American army into New York, November 25, 1783. Hand-colored engraving
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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
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George Rogers Clark en route to Kaskaskia, Illinois, which he took from British. Hand-colored halftone
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George Rogers Clark's handwritten demand for the surrender of Vincennes by British Lt. Gov. Hamilton, 1779. 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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Recruiting poster for Continental soldiers, American Revolution. Hand-colored woodcut
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Colonists fortifying Breed's Hill the night before the Battle of Bunker Hill, 1775. Hand-colored engraving
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Colonists' Rattlesnake Flag with "Don't Tread on Me" slogan, American Revolution. Hand-colored woodcut
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Minutemen at the Battle of Lexington, American Revolution, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
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Surrender of British commander Cornwallis to General Washington at Yorktown, 1781. Hand-colored photogravure
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Continental soldier loading his musket, American Revolution. Hand-colored woodcut of Darley illustration
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Street traffic in front of Independence Hall in Philadelphia 1776. Printed color lithograph
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Siege of Yorktown, Virginia, during the American Revolution, 1781. Hand-colored halftone of F. C. Yohn illustration
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Americans holding their ground at the Battle of the Brandywine, American Revolution, 1777. Hand-colored engraving of F.C. Yohn illustration
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Battle of King's Mountain, South Carolina, 1780.
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Benedict Arnold's treason - promising to deliver West Point to the British, 1780. Hand-colored woodcut
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Last boat of British troops leaving New York City, 1783. Hand-colored woodcut of Howard Pyle illustration
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American sailor of the late 1700s, Revolutionary War era. Hand-colored woodcut
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Boston Massacre, 1770. Hand-colored engraving of the painting by Alonso Chappel
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Delegates signing the Declaration of American Independence, 1776. Hand-colored woodcut
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Colonials drumming a British loyalist out of town, American Revolution. 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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Colonists dressed as Indians dumping tea in Boston harbor, 1773. Hand-colored halftone
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Colonial protestors emptying the tea into Boston harbor, 1773. Hand-colored woodcut
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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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Boston Tea Party, a protest against British taxes before the American Revolution. Hand-colored woodcut
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Crowds outside Independence Hall hearing John Nixon read the Declaration of Independence, 1776. Hand-colored woodcut
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Opening prayer of the First Continental Congress, Philadelphia, 1774. Hand-colored woodcut
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British troops entering Boston to enforce taxation and other colonial legislation. Hand-colored woodcut
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Siege of Charleston SC by the British Navy, American Revolution. Hand-colored engraving
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British attack on Fort Moultrie in Charleston harbor, 1776. Hand-colored woodcut
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American defense of Fort Sullivan, or Fort Moultrie, Charleston SC, 1776. Hand-colored engraving
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The old Jersey prison-ship in New York harbor, which housed American prisoners during the Revolutionary War. Hand-colored woodcut
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Stamp Act riots in Boston, MA, before the Revolutionary War. Hand-colored woodcut
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John Sevier rescued from North Carolina, American Revolution. Hand-colored woodcut of Howard Pyle illustration
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American Declaration of Independence, 1776. Watercolor wash over engraving
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Hessian soldiers sold by their duke to the British to fight in the American Revolution. Hand-colored halftone
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Surrender of British commander Burgoyne to General Gates at Saratoga, New York, 1777. Hand-colored engraving
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Capture of Andre and discovery of Benedict Arnold's treason. Hand-colored engraving
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Carpenter's Hall, Philadelphia, where the First Continental Congress met. Hand-colored halftone
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Beacon-fires in the hills along the Hudson River celebrating end of Revolutionary War, 1783. Hand-colored woodcut
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British warships in Boston harbor, 1774, in an attempt to control the angry colonists. Hand-colored woodcut
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British Navy under Lord Howe sailing from Spithead for battles off the coast of France, late 1700s. Printed color halftone reproduction
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British wagon-train surprised by Francis Marion in South Carolina. Hand-colored halftone
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"Unite or Die" snake, a plea for American colonies' opposition to British policies, 1750s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Benedict Arnold's signature on a pass given to British agent, Major Andre, 1780. Woodcut with a watercolor wash
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Map of Arnold's invasion route to Quebec during the American Revolution, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
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Benedict Arnold escaping on horseback after his treason was discovered. Hand-colored woodcut
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Benedict Arnold's attack on Quebec in the winter of 1775. Halftone
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Americans tearing down the statue of George III in New York City to celebrate independence, 1776. Hand-colored woodcut
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Retreat of American army from Long Island, New York after defeat by the British, 1776. Hand-colored engraving
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Washington transferring troops across East River in retreat from Long Island. Hand-colored
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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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General Washington leaving New York after celebrating the British retreat, 1783. Hand-colored woodcut
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Surrender of the British under Cornwallis to the American and French forces at Yorktown, 1781. Hand-colored engraving
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British soldiers plundering an American colonist's home, 1700s. Hand-colored woodcut
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British soldiers quartered in an American colonists' home, 1770s. Hand-colored engraving
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Medal given by England to ally Indian chiefs after American Revolution. Hand-colored engraving
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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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Patriotic American woman serving tea to gather information from a British officer, American Revolution. Hand-colored halftone of an engraving
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Interior of Old South Meeting-House, site of Boston Tea Party plot. Hand-colored woodcut
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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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Map of the battle of Yorktown, Virginia, besieged in the American Revolution. Printed lithograph
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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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Minuteman preparing for war before the battle of Lexington, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
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Arnold's expedition through the Maine wilderness to attack Quebec, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
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Montresor's map of uplands of Maine, used for Arnold's march to Quebec, 1775. Hand-colored
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British army at Saratoga, New York,surrenders to American General Gates, 1777. Hand-colored woodcut
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Battle of Princeton New Jersey, 1777, American Revolution. Hand-colored engraving
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Tory refugees fleeing to Canada during American Revolution. Hand-colored woodcut
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Destruction of British frigate "Sharon" during the battle of Yorktown, 1781. Hand-colored woodcut
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British General Burgoyne addressing Native Americans to secure an alliance. Hand-colored woodcut
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Stamp Act stamps issued by the British government before the American Revolution. Woodcut with a watercolor wash
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Procession in New York opposing the Stamp Act. 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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British soldiers causing four deaths in the Boston Massacre, 1770. Hand-colored halftone
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Example of stamps forced on the colonies under the Stamp Act. Hand-colored halftone
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British stamps for America issued under the Stamp Act: half-penny and 5 shillings. Hand-colored woodcut
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Stamp issued in the Stamp Act. Woodcut with 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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