RMADW8M3–British attack on American forces in Savannah Georgia in the Revolutionary War 1779. Hand-colored woodcut
RM2ANPCYY–The Death of General Mercer at the Battle of Princeton, January 3, 1777 by John Trumbull, (British Captain William Leslie, shown on the right, mortally wounded). American Revolutionary War
RM2A4B7B6–The Surrender of Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown, October 19, 1781 by John Trumbull, oil on canvas, c.1787-1828. This scene marks the end of the Revolutionary War after the Battle of Yorktown. The defeated British army marches between the Americans on the right, led by General George Washington, and the French on the left, led by General Jean-Baptiste Rochambeau. At the center, on horseback, Major General Benjamin Lincoln, Washington’s second-in-command, accepts the official surrender from General Lord Cornwallis’s deputy, General Charles O’Hara.
RMD98DFN–American Revolutionary War (American War of Independence) 1775-1783: George Washington's triumphal entry into New York, 25 November 1783. Late 19th century print.
RMFHGG3R–American Revolutionary War (1775-1783). The end of the War. The North American insurgent army marching towards New York. Engraving by Howard Pyle. 19th century.
RME7N2B1–Battle of Bunker Hill, USA Revolutionary War, 1775
RMTWPN69–The First Fight for Independence, Lexington Common, April 19th, 1775' (1910). By William Barnes Wollen (1857-1936). The Battles of Lexington and Concord were the first military engagements of the American Revolutionary War.
RFAM516E–revolutionary war soldier reenactor
RMF344A9–Skirmishes at Lexington, the first military engagements of the American Revolutionary War fought on April 19, 1775. This and later battles marked the outbreak of open armed conflict between the Kingdom of Great Britain and its thirteen colonies in the mainland of British North America.
RFCNT3K4–Revolutionary War Painting showing the surrender of British General John Burgoyne at Saratoga, on October 17, 1777.
RMHRP5WE–Seeds of the American Revolutionary War, 1775
RMB4W1RA–events, American Revolutionary War 1775 - 1783, Battle of Quebec, 31.12.1775, death of General Richard Montgomery, copper engraving by J. F. Clemens, 1795, Americans, British, Great Britain, USA, Canada, revolution, 18th century, historic, historical, people, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMEBHDF9–The British retreat to Boston in 1775 at the start of the American Revolutionary War.
RMKM0N1A–Oil painting of Captain John Paul Jones, Continental Navy, (1747-1792) by artist Cecilia Beaux. Portrait (1855-1942), 1906. The original painting is in the U.S. Naval Academy Museum, Annapolis, Maryland. Jones was a famed naval commander during the American Revolutionary War and is known as the 'Father of the American Navy'.
RME073MJ–Washington Revolutionary War Illustration The Evacuation of Boston
RMAJFN59–Revolutionary War Reenactment Historical Morristown New Jersey
RMCMAFF1–Revolutionary War reenactors fire muskets on a hill during Independence Day celebrations in Boston, Massachusetts, Wednesday, July 4, 2012.
RMD9PT7N–Revolutionary War reenactment at Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia, USA
RM2DT4TDP–Artist: Edwin Austin Abbey, American, 1852–1911, M.A., 1897, Sketch of Revolutionary War troops, marching, Brown ink, Heavy wove, 26.5 × 41.7 cm (10 7/16 × 16 7/16 in.), Made in United States, American, 19th century, Works on Paper - Drawings and Watercolors
RMAKFG44–Continental Army uniforms during the Revolutionary War. Hand-colored woodcut
RMAC4JTD–Revolutionary War re-enactor at Valley Forge National Historical Park in Pennsylvania.
RM2AED2JF–Illustration for 'Drums' by Newell Convers Wyeth (1882-1945), oil on canvas, c.1928. The painting was an illustration for the revolutionary war novel 'Drums' by James Boyd.
RMD98BFH–Revolutionary War 1775-1783 (American War of Independence): George Washington riding in triumph through streets of Boston after 11-month siege ended with the withdrawal (evacuation) of British forces. Chromolithograph 1879.
RMFH892F–American Revolutionary War (1775-1783). The Battle of Princeton (January 3, 1777). The General George Washington's revolutionary forces defeated British forces near Princeton, New Jersey. Engraving. 19th century.
RMETK9HG–General Stark at Bennington, Vermont during USA Revolutionary War, 1777
RMA0CN90–Minuteman National Historical Park, Concord, Massachusetts. Revolutionary War freed slave patriot in front of Hartwell Tavern
RMP7BNEY–American Revolutionary War (1775-1783). Valley Forge. Pennsylvania. Continental Army's camp in winter, 1777-1778. Engraving by A. Bobbet. 'American Revolution'. 19th century.
RMGCCKHH–General John Burgoyne (1722 – 1792) was a British army officer, politician and dramatist, best known for his role in the American Revolutionary War when he received support from Native Americans during the Saratoga Campaign.
RMAE5KB7–Revolutionary War Malta
RMG15GT3–The Battles of Lexington and Concord, fought on April 19, 1775, were the first military engagements of the American Revolutionary War. The battles marked the outbreak of open armed conflict between the Kingdom of Great Britain and its thirteen colonies in
RMC4214A–events, American Revolutionary War 1775 - 1783, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMBCYJ33–George Washington prays at the American Revolutionary War encampment of Valley Forge during the winter of 1777 - 1778.
RMJ53D2Y–Revolutionary War re-enactors on horseback - USA
RFAM14HB–Close up of Revolutionary war reenactment soldier in camp
RMAJFN5D–Revolutionary War Reenactment Historical Morristown New Jersey
RFDA0MJR–Lancaster, Pennsylvania - Revolutionary War Reenactors gather at an encampment at historic Rock Ford mansion.
RMD9PTC1–Revolutionary War reenactment at Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia, USA
RMB635W0–Red coat soldiers at a Revolutionary War encampment reenactment Brandywine Battlefield Park Chadds Ford Pennsylvania USA
RMA45H44–Stamp Act riots in Boston before the Revolutionary War. Hand-colored woodcut
RMJCG80K–1779 Bonne Map of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia at the time of the American Revolutionary War
RMA67500–Men and a boy dressed in Revolutionary War costumes march in Veterans Day parade
RMD98DJF–Revolutionary War 1775-1783 (American War of Independence): 'Washington at Valley Forge', Pennsylvania, l December 1777 the site he chose for the winter quarters of the (American) Continental Army. After painting by Edward P Moran (1862-1935).
RMC2H0XM–The American Revolutionary War. Battle of Cowpens (January 17, 1781).
RME9JD7X–Interior of the Old Jersey Prison Ship in the USA Revolutionary War
RMC1MGMK–Old lithograph of Surrender of Lord Cornwallis, American Revolutionary War
RMABJY80–Old Patriot Revolutionary War Reenactment Patriot s Day 2002 Concord Massachusetts USA
RMAKXD37–Fort Ticonderoga and Black Powder Cannon New York USA
RMAAM24M–GROUP OF FOUR REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIERS MEN STANDING AROUND CANNON WITH FLAG OF ORIGINAL THIRTEEN COLONIES 1776 GUN CREW
RMAP8PB8–re enactor dressed as a Revolutionary War soldier Independence National Historical Park Philadelphia Pennsylvania
RMB4TWKH–events, American Revolutionary War 1775 - 1783, winter camp Continental Army at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, 1777 / 1778, wood engraving, 19th century, General George Washington, Americans, USA, misery, 18th century, Revolution, historic, historical, people,
RMERG4XT–Liberty Bell, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. One of the most prominent symbols of the American Revolutionary War. Its most famous
RMJ538FK–American soldiers in the American Revolutionary War reenactment - Virginia USA
RFAM15XA–Cannons at the Revolutionary War National Park at sunrise Valley Forge PA
RMAD3PHF–Revolutionary War Fort Ticonderoga New York
RMAYGEG7–British Officer Observer at the Battle of Bennington Triumph for the American Colonists Vermont Revolutionary War Reenactment
RME68B1D–American Revolutionary War reenactors.
RMBC40C6–Father and Sons for Liberty.
RMAE5XD2–Minutemen at the Battle of Lexington starting the American Revolutionary War 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
RMAP2X4P–Minuteman Statue, Revolutionary War Site, Concord, Massachusetts, USA
RMARAD1B–reenactment of a battle of the Revolutionary War at Colonial Williamsburg Virginia
RMD98BED–Revolutionary War 1775-1783 (American War of Independence): George Washington, left, with other officers including De Kalb, Von Steuben, Pulaski, Kosciouszko, Lafayette and Muhlenberg. Coloured print after Frederick Girsch (1821-1895).
RMG25N9K–American Revolutionary War (1775-1783). North American soldier. Portrait. Engraving. 19th century. Colored.
RMETK9G1–Battle of Bunker Hill, 1775 - USA Revolutionary War
RMBMC0TH–American Revolutionary War re-enactment, USA
RMABJY79–Redcoats Reloading Revolutionary War Reenactment Patriot s Day 2002 Concord Massachusetts USA
RMG15N9H–Betsy Ross (January 1, 1752 - January 30, 1836) is widely credited with making the first American flag. There is, however, no credible historical evidence that the story is true. When the American Revolutionary War broke out her husband, John Ross, was a
RMETBGHC–Molly Pitcher, The Heroine of Monmouth, 1778
RMAP8PB9–re enactor dressed as a Revolutionary War soldier Independence National Historical Park Philadelphia Pennsylvania
RMB2JDJ6–events, American Revolutionary War 1775 - 1783, Americans under General Lafayette attacking a British position at New York, 1777, wallpaper, Zuber et Cie, Rixheim, Alsace, 1835, Deutsches Tapetenmuseum, Kassel, USA, Great Britain, 18th century, Revolution, fine arts, print, France, 19th century, historic, historical, people,
RFCNT472–Vintage American Revolutionary War print of General George Washington on horseback.
RMTXG605–After painting by Edward P Moran Revolutionary War 1775-1783 (American War of Independence) : Washington at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, l December 1777 the site he chose for the winter quarters of the (American) Continental Army
RFA56636–Reenactment of Revolutionary war soldiers
RMM92W16–, issued by the Continental Congress, American War of Independence, 1775–1783
RFRE7P0F–Cannons of the Revolutionary War
RMC2HEBK–Revolutionary War Causes & Events
RMP7BNMR–American Revolutionary War (1775-1783). Battles of Saratoga (1777). Second Saratoga: Battle of Bemis Heights (October 7). Engraving.
RMB5KKEA–Continental Army disbanding at New Windsor New York at the end of the Revolutionary War November 1783. Hand-colored woodcut
RMBC27A0–Men dressed in Revolutionary War period soldier uniforms firing muskets at Fort Adams in Newport, Rhode Island.
RMARAD1A–reenactment of a battle of the Revolutionary War at Colonial Williamsburg Virginia
RMD98TKE–American Revolutionary War: Battle of Flamborough Head, East Yorkshire, England, 22 Sept. 1779, between the American John Paul Jones and British vessel 'Serapis' under Capt. Richard Pearson. Jones captured 'Serapis. Print 1780.
RMH0231G–American Revolutionary War (1775-1783). The Siege of Boston (1775-1776) by the British Army. Engraving. Colored.
RME9M50A–Colonel Benedict Arnold during the USA Revolutionary War
RMBF22PN–- costumed American Revolutionary War (1770's) era re-enactment
RMDC0RJJ–JUNE 17, 1775 DEATH OF GENERAL JOSEPH WARREN AMERICAN LEADER BATTLE OF BUNKER HILL AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR BY JOHN TRUMBULL
RMAYGEJ3–Battle of Bennington Triumph for the American Colonists Vermont Revolutionary War Reenactment
RMETBJXH–Washington’s Farewell to His Officers, 1783, from a Panting by Alonzo Chappell, 1866, Engraving by T. Phillibrown Printed circa 1879 by Henry J. Johnson Publisher, NY
RMAP8PB0–re enactor dressed as a Revolutionary War soldier Independence National Historical Park Philadelphia Pennsylvania
RMB5MD2R–The Battle of Trenton 1776 From the book Gallery of Historical Portraits published c 1880
RFCNT2NG–Digitally restored vector painting of soldiers of the Continental Army, also known as Minutemen, during the Revolutionary War.
RF2H6H8K0–Thirteen star Betsy Ross flag representing the 13 colonies that fought for independence during the revolutionary war. Minneapolis Minnesota MN USA
RMAM15RA–Revolutionary War Reenactment Freehold New Jersey 218th Anniversary of Battle of Monmouth 1782
RMB3GTK9–George Washington impersonator Dean Malissa inspecting troops at Revolutionary War reenactment Mohawk Valley New York State
RFW22C3Y–American Colonies, 1777 Map of The United States - Vintage Antiquarian Map by Rene Phelippeaux
RMAM516F–British revolutionary war soldier reenactors
RMP4XK12–American Revolutionary War (1775-1783). The Boston Massacre or Boston riot (1770). British redcoats killed five civilian men.
RMA4KK7K–Wife holding her dying husband at the Battle of Lexington start of the Revolutionary War April 1775. Hand-colored steel engraving
RFPWBRH6–Annual Reenactment of the Battle of Monmouth, Revolutionary war reenactment .
RMAPDM7P–A revolutionary War re-enactment
RMEC82B6–The Death of General Warren at the Battle of Bunker Hill by John Trumbull. The Battle of Bunker Hill took place on June 17, 1775, mostly on and around Breed's Hill, during the Siege of Boston early in the American Revolutionary War
RMC2PAGJ–American Revolutionary War (1775-1783). The Boston Massacre or Boston riot (1770). British redcoats killed five civilian men.
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