Capture of a British Spy by Americans.

Paulding, Van Wart, and Williams Capturing Major Andre

Capture of a British Spy by Americans.

Andrew Jackson's operations during the American Revolution.

Andrew Jackson's Operations

Andrew Jackson's operations during the American Revolution.

A colonial political cartoon.

An Attempt to Land a Bishop in America

A colonial political cartoon.

The Boston Tea Party

Boston Tea Party

The Boston Tea Party

The Boston Tea Party, protesting the English tax on tea.

The Boston Tea Party

The Boston Tea Party, protesting the English tax on tea.

(1742-1807) A Mohawk who held a colonel's commission from the King. After the revolution he returned from England to assist the Mohawk people.

Joseph Brant (Thayendanegea)

(1742-1807) A Mohawk who held a colonel's commission from the King. After the revolution he returned…

True Bravery, the American Army at Valley Forge in 1777. Caption below illustration: "After mentioning the reason which induced him not to accept the challenge, he applied a large hand-grenade to the candle, and when the fuse had caught fire, threw it on the floor, saying, 'Here gentlemen, this will quickly determine which of us all bare brave danger most.'"

True Bravery

True Bravery, the American Army at Valley Forge in 1777. Caption below illustration: "After mentioning…

This is an illustration of the British searching the Colonial Americans for illegal items at the docks.

British Search

This is an illustration of the British searching the Colonial Americans for illegal items at the docks.

"The next day there was a lively time in Cambridge. All Middlesex was aflame, to say nothing of the towns in Worcester. The people came flocking into town - several thousand of them. Dr. Warren and some of the other patriots rode out and persuaded the citizens not to do anything rash. They found old Judge Danforth standing on the Court-house steps, promising never to have anything more to do with Gage's government. He is a councilor. Then the sheriff was called upon to resign."—Coffin, 1879

Carted Through the Streets

"The next day there was a lively time in Cambridge. All Middlesex was aflame, to say nothing of the…

A statue by Daniel C. French at Concord Bridge.

The Concord Minute Man

A statue by Daniel C. French at Concord Bridge.

Illustration of a cone of revolution used to show that the lateral area is equal to half the product of the slant height by the circumference of the base.

Lateral Area of Cone of Revolution

Illustration of a cone of revolution used to show that the lateral area is equal to half the product…

Frustum of a cone.

Frustum of Cone

Frustum of a cone.

Frustum of a cone.

Frustum of Cone

Frustum of a cone.

"The lateral area of a frustum of a cone of revolution is equal to half the sum of the circumferences of its bases multiplied by the slant height."

Frustum of Cone to Find Lateral Area

"The lateral area of a frustum of a cone of revolution is equal to half the sum of the circumferences…

"The volume of a frustum of a circular cone is equivalent to the sum of the volumes of three cones whose common altitude is the altitude of the frustum and whose bases are the lower base, the upper base, and the mean proportional between the bases of the frustum."

Frustum of Cone to Find Volume

"The volume of a frustum of a circular cone is equivalent to the sum of the volumes of three cones whose…

Illustration of a cone of revolution.

Cone of Revolution

Illustration of a cone of revolution.

Illustration of a cone of revolution.

Cone of Revolution

Illustration of a cone of revolution.

Illustration of a cone with a polygon inscribed used to show that the volume of a circular cone is equal to one third the product of its base by its altitude.

Volume of Cone

Illustration of a cone with a polygon inscribed used to show that the volume of a circular cone is equal…

Illustration of a cylinder of revolution.

Cylinder of Revolution

Illustration of a cylinder of revolution.

"While Paul Revere is riding out through Medford, Ebenezer Door, mounted on an old plod-jogging horse, with his saddle-bags flopping at every step of the animal, is going out over Boston Neck."—Coffin, 1879

Ebenezer Dorr

"While Paul Revere is riding out through Medford, Ebenezer Door, mounted on an old plod-jogging horse,…

Crowd of people outside of a building.

Faneuil Hall, Boston, At the Close of the Revolution

Crowd of people outside of a building.

(1749-1812) Colonel in the Revolution

Colonel Peter Gansevoort

(1749-1812) Colonel in the Revolution

Conrad Alexander Gerard of the French during the Revolution

Conrad Alexander Gerard

Conrad Alexander Gerard of the French during the Revolution

The Val de Grace is located in Paris, France. It was built as a church by the order of Queen Anne of Austria, wife of Louis XIII. Completed in 1667, the church was designed by Francois Mansart and Jacques Lemercier in a Baroque style. Following the revolution the church was converted into a military hospital.

Val de Grace

The Val de Grace is located in Paris, France. It was built as a church by the order of Queen Anne of…

General Nathaniel Greene, distinguished American general from the Revolutionary War.

General Greene

General Nathaniel Greene, distinguished American general from the Revolutionary War.

"The guillotine is an apparatus for beheading persons at one stroke, adopted by the National Assembly of France during the first Revolution, on the proposals of a Dr. Guillotin, after whom it was named."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Guillotine

"The guillotine is an apparatus for beheading persons at one stroke, adopted by the National Assembly…

The guillotine was a device used for carrying out executions by decapitation. It consists of a tall upright frame from which a blade is suspended. This blade is raised with a rope and then allowed to drop, severing the victim's head from his or her body.

Guillotine

The guillotine was a device used for carrying out executions by decapitation. It consists of a tall…

A revoltionary gun with a long barrel and flint operated.

Revolutionary Gun

A revoltionary gun with a long barrel and flint operated.

The Gunpowder Plot of 1605, or the Powder Treason, as it was known at the time, was a failed assassination attempt by a group of provincial English Catholics against King James I of England and VI of Scotland. The plot intended to kill the king, his family, and most of the Protestant aristocracy in a single attack by blowing up the Houses of Parliament during the State Opening on 5 November 1605. The conspirators had also planned to abduct the royal children, not present in Parliament, and incite a popular revolt in the Midlands.

Gunpowder Conspirators' House, Lambeth

The Gunpowder Plot of 1605, or the Powder Treason, as it was known at the time, was a failed assassination…

A spacious public hall in boston, Massachusetts, erected in 1742 by Peter Faneuil and presented by him to the town. In 1761, it was destroyed by fire, and rebuilt.

Faneuil Hall

A spacious public hall in boston, Massachusetts, erected in 1742 by Peter Faneuil and presented by him…

Commodore during the Revolution

Commodore Esek Hopkins

Commodore during the Revolution

Various Creek Indians

Creek Indians

Various Creek Indians

English philosopher, concerned with natural rights and justifying the revolution.

John Locke

English philosopher, concerned with natural rights and justifying the revolution.

The surrender of Lord Cornwallis.

Lord Cornwallis

The surrender of Lord Cornwallis.

A man from the 1700's.

Man

A man from the 1700's.

General in the Revolution

General Francis Marion

General in the Revolution

Two women dressed as men arresting a pair of British officers.

Grace and Rachel Martin Capturing Two British Officers

Two women dressed as men arresting a pair of British officers.

(1776- ) Colonel in the Revolution

Colonel Hugh Mercer

(1776- ) Colonel in the Revolution

A minuteman with his wife and son looks into the distance as he prepares to fight within a minute's notice.

Minuteman Ready to Fight

A minuteman with his wife and son looks into the distance as he prepares to fight within a minute's…

This six dollar bill is an example of Continental paper money of the United colonies issued in 1776.

Continental Paper Money

This six dollar bill is an example of Continental paper money of the United colonies issued in 1776.

(1730-1805) Governor of South Carolina and soldier in the Revolution

William Moultrie

(1730-1805) Governor of South Carolina and soldier in the Revolution

A revolutionary flint-lock pistol with a short, thick barrel. Requires reloaded after each shot.

Revoltionary Flint-Lock Pistol

A revolutionary flint-lock pistol with a short, thick barrel. Requires reloaded after each shot.

"The motion of Saturn, Jupiter, and Mars with respect to Earth." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Planet Rotations

"The motion of Saturn, Jupiter, and Mars with respect to Earth." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Two British Soldiers in full uniform ready for battle.

Bristish Soldiers of the Revolution

Two British Soldiers in full uniform ready for battle.

Illustration of a sphere generated by the revolution of a semicircle ACB about its diameter AB as an axis.

Sphere Made by Revolution of Semicircle

Illustration of a sphere generated by the revolution of a semicircle ACB about its diameter AB as an…

(1740-1795) General in the Revolution

General John Sullivan

(1740-1795) General in the Revolution

The tories

Tories

The tories

Patrick Henry in the Virginia Assembly.

Virginia Assembly

Patrick Henry in the Virginia Assembly.

(1740-1775) Major general, died in the battle of Bunker Hill

Joseph Warren

(1740-1775) Major general, died in the battle of Bunker Hill

An illustration of George Washington crossing the Delaware River on December 25, 1776. This event occurred during the American Revolutionary War and was the first move in a surprise attack by the Continental Army against Hessian forces in New Jersey.

George Washington Crossing the Delaware

An illustration of George Washington crossing the Delaware River on December 25, 1776. This event occurred…

A wheel is a circular device that is capable of rotating on its axis, facilitating movement or transportation while supporting a load, or performing labor in machines. Common examples are found in transport applications.

Eight Spoke Wheel

A wheel is a circular device that is capable of rotating on its axis, facilitating movement or transportation…