Explore The Revolutionary War and more!

COURIER'S RIDE

COURIER'S RIDE

Mercy Otis Warren, political writer of the American Revolution.  http://imgc.allpostersimages.com/images/P-473-488-90/30/3034/SNMBF00Z/posters/statue-of-mercy-otis-warren-in-barnstable-massachusetts.jpg

Mercy Otis Warren, political writer of the American Revolution. http://imgc.allpostersimages.com/images/P-473-488-90/30/3034/SNMBF00Z/posters/statue-of-mercy-otis-warren-in-barnstable-massachusetts.jpg

Deborah Sampson and Others – How They Helped | Revolutionary News

Women visited the camps often. When well-todo women visited the camps it was more symbolic than practical. Them being there was a declaration that said that everyone was making sacrifices for the cause of the war.

The Army Of General Burgoyne

Flintlock and tomahawk: Edward Lamson Henry

Incredible Evolution of NYC

🌆 Incredible Evolution of NYC

From present-day University Heights in the Bronx, the artist looks west across the Harlem River as Hessian forces take part in a successful assault to capture Fort Washington during the Revolutionary War.

"Early revolutionary war privateers off the coast of Rhode Island, 1775", Angus McBride

Angus McBride: "Early revolutionary war privateers off the coast of Rhode Island,

American Revolution: British grenadiers at the Battle of Bunker Hill. Rebel militia was all over Boston and New England.

American Revolution

battle of bunker hill: fought on breeds hill, British attack in waves and the colonists eventually run out of ammunition. the significance is that it was a moral victory for the colonists showing the British that the war wouldn't be that easy to win

Baron von Steuben drilling Washington’s army at Valley Forge. Source: Library of Congress

American Advantages in the Revolutionary War - Reading Through History

Benedict Arnold Demands the Powder House Key by Mort Kunstler

Arnold demands the keys to powder house keg

Patrick Henry before the House of Burgesses on March 23, 1775, in Saint John's Church in Richmond, Virginia.. "Give me Liberty, or give me Death!"

Patrick Henry before the House of Burgesses on March in Saint John's Church in Richmond, Virginia. "Give me Liberty, or give me Death!" These are Patriots!

[Polonius?]

William Floyd - NY Signer of The Declaration of Independence

The 2nd Light Infantry (with Ferguson's Rifles) in the attack on Wayne's camp near the Paoli Tavern September 20, 1777 Xavier della Gatta ca. 1783

War: American Revolutionary War Date: September 1777 Place: Paoli, Pennsylvania, USA Combatants: Americans and the British

Joseph Hewes - from NC Signer of the Declaration of Independence - A great-uncle of mine.

Cher is back on the charts with ‘Woman’s World’

Joseph Hewes 1730 To 1779 American Statesman And Founding Father A Signatory Of Declaration Of Independence Century Engraving By F Kearney After A Drawing By JB Longacre From A Painting Canvas Ar

George Rogers Clark accepting surrender at Vincennes: "You may expect no mercy" (article from the Journal of the American Revolution)

4 July 1778 - George Rogers Clark captured Kaskaskia, a French village near Detroit

George Washington with a Flag from the Battle of Trenton

Washington inspecting the captured colors after the battle of Trenton

Taking command of the army at Cambridge

Taking command of the army at Cambridge

Pinterest
Search