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AMEK3E-01014
© Gerry Embleton

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Confederate cartridge box, US Civil War. Gerry Embleton illustration
BUSN2A-00008
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Factory workers making rifle cartridges, 1870s. Hand-colored engraving
BUSN2P-00140
© Nancy Carter

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Powder horn and other trade items at a mountain-man rendezvous reenactment, Fort Mandan, North Dakota
COIJ3E-01001
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French infantry swords, cartridge boxes, bayonets, 1750s. Gerry Embleton illustration
EVCW2D-00024
© Nancy Carter

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Cannonballs, Fort Moultrie on Sullivan's Island, Charleston harbor, SC
EVRV2A-00091
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Marinus Willett seizing British weapons for the Sons of Liberty in New York City. 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-00220
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Regulators capturing a British wagon of gunpowder in North Carolina, 1770s. Hand-colored woodcut
EVRV2A-00235
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Women and children removing military supplies from Concord ahead of the British attack, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
EVRV2A-00251
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Minutemen bringing gunpowder to Bunker Hill, 1775. Hand-colored woodcut of a Howard Pyle illustration
HSET2D-00036
© Nancy Carter

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HSET2D-00036
Ammunition and supplies in a reconstructed US Army covered wagon at old Fort Union on the Santa Fe Trail, New Mexico
SCIN2D-00023
© Nancy Carter

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SCIN2D-00023
Caisson from the 19th century, artillery demonstration at Yorktown battlefield, Virginia. Digital photograph
AMEY2E-00036
© Gerry Embleton

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British forces injured by exploding gunpowder at the Federal Arsenal, Washington DC, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
GEUR2P-00014
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Arsenal, Venice. 19th century photograph
GEUR2P-00015
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Lion of Athens guarding the Arsenal, Venice. 19th century photograph
HSET2D-00222
© Nancy Carter

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Springfield rifles in the arsenal at Fort Larned on the Santa Fe Trail, Kansas. Digital photograph
AAIG2E-04006
© Gerry Embleton

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Medieval bullet mold filled with molten lead (a,b), stamp for cloth wads (c), bullet in gun muzzle, 1400s. Gerry Embleton illustration
AAIG2E-04007
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Improved bullet mold for making multiple bullets at once, 1400s. Gerry Embleton illustration
AAIG3E-04007
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Improved bullet mold for making multiple bullets at once, 1400s. Gerry Embleton illustration
AAII2E-12002
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Muzzle-loading cannon, in use until the 20th century. Gerry Embleton illustration
AAII3E-12001
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Cannon and loading apparatus, early 1700s. Gerry Embleton illustration
AAIJ3E-01001
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Bar and chain shot, fired from naval cannons to shred a ship's rigging and sails. Gerry Embleton illustration
AMEH2E-02011
© Gerry Embleton

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AMEH2E-02011
British Royal Artillery gunner and howitzer, 1777. Gerry Embleton illustration
AMEY2E-00058
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AMEY2E-00058
Defenses of Elkton, Maryland, which held against 2 British attacks, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
EVCW2A-00119
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Big guns of Fort Sumter firing on Fort Moultrie at the start of the Civil War, 1861. Hand-colored woodcut
EVCW2A-00142
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Artillery inside the Monitor's turret, US Civil War. Hand-colored woodcut
EVCW5N-00020
© Nancy Carter

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EVCW5N-00020
Cannon memorializing the high-water mark on Cemetery Ridge, Gettysburg battlefield. 10 sec HD video
GEUR2A-00047
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GEUR2A-00047
Russian artillery, the "Tsar Pushka," or emperor cannon, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
USFL2D-00014
© Nancy Carter

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Spanish soldier reenactor with brown Bess musket at Castillo San Marcos, Spanish colonial fort in Saint Augustine, Florida
AAIF3E-08001
© Gerry Embleton

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Early cannon, firing a large arrow, circa 1325. Sam Embleton illustration
AAIG2E-04005
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Medieval mounted hand-gunner, holding a burning match to ignite the gunpowder. Gerry Embleton illustration
AAIG3E-04001
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German soldier firing a handheld gun, early 1400s. Sam Embleton illustration
AAIG3E-04002
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Swiss soldier firing a handheld gun with a trigger, circa 1476. Sam Embleton illustration
AAIG3E-04003
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Swiss soldier firing a handheld gun, circa 1460. Sam Embleton illustration
AAIG3E-04004
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Earliest surviving illustration of a matchlock gun with a trigger, redrawn from Codex MS 3069, Vienna, 14ll. Gerry Embleton illustration
AAIG3E-10002
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Muzzle-loading bombard which fired stone balls, 1470s. Sam Embleton illustration
EVCW2A-00082
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Barrel torpedo, or mine, used by Confederates to blockade a river mouth, 1860s. Hand-colored woodcut
EVRV2A-00286
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Surrender of Fort William and Mary to colonials, who used the gunpowder at Bunker Hill, 1774. Hand-colored woodcut of a Howard Pyle illustation
AAIH3E-02001
© Gerry Embleton

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Loading and firing a matchlock musket, circa 1500. Gerry Embleton illustration
AMEH2E-01003
© Gerry Embleton

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American musket balls pierced with nails or cut to inflict extra damage on British troops. Gerry Embleton illustration
AMEH2E-02006
© Gerry Embleton

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British army camp toy made from a flattened musket-ball which buzzes when spun on the string, 1700s. Gerry Embleton illustration
AMEX2E-00034
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Native American moccasins, belts, and powder horn, French & Indian War, 1750s. Gerry Embleton illustration
AMEZ2E-00042
© Gerry Embleton

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AMEZ2E-00042
American colonial ranger, a skilled scout and raider, French and Indian War. Gerry Embleton illustration
BUSN2A-00177
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BUSN2A-00177
Native American trappers carrying furs on snowshoes in a forest of the Pacific Northwest, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2P-00175
© Nancy Carter

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BUSN2P-00175
Trade items displayed at a mountain-man rendezvous reenactment, Fort Mandan, North Dakota
EVRV2A-00044
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Continental soldier loading his musket, American Revolution. Hand-colored woodcut of Darley illustration
EVRV2A-00186
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American marksman in a tree firing at British soldiers, Revolutionary War. Hand-colored woodcut
EVRV3A-00044
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Continental soldier loading his musket, American Revolution. Woodcut of Darley illustration
EVCW2D-00016
© Nancy Carter

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EVCW2D-00016
Passageway to ammunition bunker in Fort Moultrie on Sullivan Island, Charleston, SC
HUSG2A-00048
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HUSG2A-00048
US Navy powder magazines on Ellis Island, New York harbor, 1860s. Hand-colored woodcut
  



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