The Cottage Door, a painting by Thomas Gainsborough.

The Cottage Door

The Cottage Door, a painting by Thomas Gainsborough.

A farm house without landscaping.

Farm house

A farm house without landscaping.

A farm house with landscaping.

Farm house

A farm house with landscaping.

View of the farm-house of Jacob Pocock, near Bath, England, the second training place of the "Bencia Boy," which he was again obliged to leave on account of a complaint being lodged against him before the magistrates.

Jacob Pocock Farm-house

View of the farm-house of Jacob Pocock, near Bath, England, the second training place of the "Bencia…

View of the farm-house of Jacob Pocock, near Bath, England, the second training place of the "Bencia Boy," which he was again obliged to leave on account of a complaint being lodged against him before the magistrates.

Jacob Pocock Farm-house

View of the farm-house of Jacob Pocock, near Bath, England, the second training place of the "Bencia…

The Battle of Wyoming was an encounter during the American Revolutionary War between American Patriots and Loyalists accompanied by Iroquois raiders that took place in Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania, on July 3, 1778. More than three hundred Patriots were killed in a battle followed by a massacre, in which the Iroquois raiders hunted and killed fleeing Patriots before torturing to death thirty to forty who had surrendered.

<p>Site of Wintermoot's Fort. This view is from the ancient bed of the Susquehanna, looking west. The building, formerly the property of Colonel Jenkins, and now owned by Mr. David Goodwin, is upon the site of old Fort Wintermoot, which was destroyed at the time of the invasion in 1778. It is upon the ancient bank of the river, here from fifteen to twenty feeth high, and about sixty rods from the stream in its present channel.

Site of Wintermoot's Fort

The Battle of Wyoming was an encounter during the American Revolutionary War between American Patriots…