(1751-1780) Hung for treason during the American Revolutionary War

Major John André

(1751-1780) Hung for treason during the American Revolutionary War

(1751-1780) Hung for treason during the American Revolutionary War

Major John André

(1751-1780) Hung for treason during the American Revolutionary War

(1751-1780) Hung for treason during the American Revolutionary War

Major John André

(1751-1780) Hung for treason during the American Revolutionary War

(1755-1816) Explorer and soldier who was a militia officer in the American revolution.

John Armstrong

(1755-1816) Explorer and soldier who was a militia officer in the American revolution.

A colonial political cartoon.

An Attempt to Land a Bishop in America

A colonial political cartoon.

(--) European volunteer to the Continental Army to fight in the Revolutionary War

Frederic William Augustus, Baron de Steuben

(--) European volunteer to the Continental Army to fight in the Revolutionary War

(1744-1808) Provided relief to American soldiers in the revolution. Daughter of Benjamin Franklin.

Sarah Bache

(1744-1808) Provided relief to American soldiers in the revolution. Daughter of Benjamin Franklin.

Benedict Arnold escaping capture by George Washington's forces on the Hudson River.

Escape of Benedict Arnold

Benedict Arnold escaping capture by George Washington's forces on the Hudson River.

(--1815) American Patriot who helped troops in South Carolina during the Revolutionary War.

Rebecca Brewton

(--1815) American Patriot who helped troops in South Carolina during the Revolutionary War.

A British cannon captured at Yorktown during the Revolutionary War.

British Cannon

A British cannon captured at Yorktown during the Revolutionary War.

"1. Companies of the Regulars marching into Concord. 2. Companies of the Regulars drawn up in order. 3. A Detachment destroying the Provincial Stores. 4, 5. Colonel Smith and Major Pitcairn viewing the Provincials, who were mustering on an East Hill in Concord. 6. The Court and Town-house. 7. The Meeting-house."—Coffin, 1879.

British Troops on Concord Common

"1. Companies of the Regulars marching into Concord. 2. Companies of the Regulars drawn up in order.…

"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…

(--) French major general who led troops for the American Revolution

M. De Choisé

(--) French major general who led troops for the American Revolution

(1752-1818) Surveyor and soldier of the Revolutionary war. Led a militia group in Kentucky and after the war he participated in a military expedition against the Wabash Indians.

Major George Rogers Clark

(1752-1818) Surveyor and soldier of the Revolutionary war. Led a militia group in Kentucky and after…

(1739-1812) General during the American Revolution and governor of New York. He was also Vice president under Thomas Jefferson and James Madison.

George Clinton

(1739-1812) General during the American Revolution and governor of New York. He was also Vice president…

A statue by Daniel C. French at Concord Bridge.

The Concord Minute Man

A statue by Daniel C. French at Concord Bridge.

Continental currency was a paper currency issued by the Continental Congress, after the Revolutionary War began in 1775.

Facsimile of Counterfeit Continental Bill

Continental currency was a paper currency issued by the Continental Congress, after the Revolutionary…

Continental currency was a paper currency issued by the Continental Congress, after the Revolutionary War began in 1775.

Facsimile of Continental Bills

Continental currency was a paper currency issued by the Continental Congress, after the Revolutionary…

(1750-1835) Spy for the Continental army during the American revolutionary War

Enoch Crosby

(1750-1835) Spy for the Continental army during the American revolutionary War

(--) Commanded a regiment n the French army in the Ameican Revolution

Custine

(--) Commanded a regiment n the French army in the Ameican Revolution

(1751-1780) German soldier who fought along Lafayette in the American Revolutionary war

Baron De Kalb

(1751-1780) German soldier who fought along Lafayette in the American Revolutionary war

"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,…

(1753-183) French general who helped with the American war

Count Mathieu Dumas

(1753-183) French general who helped with the American war

General Israel Putnam putting out a fire at Fort Edward.

Putnam Putting Out the Fire at Fort Edward

General Israel Putnam putting out a fire at Fort Edward.

(1723-1788) French military leader that assisted with the Revolutionary war

Count De Grasse

(1723-1788) French military leader that assisted with the Revolutionary war

(1751-1815) He served in the Revolution as lieutenant Colonel in the Georgia Continental Lines

Joseph Habersham

(1751-1815) He served in the Revolution as lieutenant Colonel in the Georgia Continental Lines

(1757-1804) Alexander Hamilton became captain of artillery at the beginning of the Revolution and was appointed a member of Washington's staff. Hamilton also published "The Federalist."

Alexander Hamilton

(1757-1804) Alexander Hamilton became captain of artillery at the beginning of the Revolution and was…

(--) Appointed general for the North Carolina regiment during the Revolutionary War

Robert Howe

(--) Appointed general for the North Carolina regiment during the Revolutionary War

(1753-1825) American general in the Revolutionary War

William Hull

(1753-1825) American general in the Revolutionary War

(1757-1806) Governor of Georgia who fought with the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War

James Jackson

(1757-1806) Governor of Georgia who fought with the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War

(1759--) Soldier for the Revolutionary War. He was afterwards chosen a member of the Commander-in-chiefs Guard

Usual Knapp

(1759--) Soldier for the Revolutionary War. He was afterwards chosen a member of the Commander-in-chiefs…

(1757-1834) French statesman, soldier and general who helped with the American revolutionary forces.

Marquis de Lafayette

(1757-1834) French statesman, soldier and general who helped with the American revolutionary forces.

(1731-1782) Soldier who was appointed major general in the Continental army. He was dismissed from the army in 1780.

Charles Lee

(1731-1782) Soldier who was appointed major general in the Continental army. He was dismissed from the…

(1756-1818) Soldier and public official who wrote the eulogy of George Washington.

Henry Lee

(1756-1818) Soldier and public official who wrote the eulogy of George Washington.

(1756-1818) Revolutionary War soldier.

Major Henry Lee

(1756-1818) Revolutionary War soldier.

(1733-1810) Soldier who fought in Revolutionary War.

Benjamin Lincoln

(1733-1810) Soldier who fought in Revolutionary War.

(1755-1835) Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court.

John Marshall

(1755-1835) Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court.

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…

(--) Captain during the Revolutionary War

Montmorenci

(--) Captain during the Revolutionary War

(1736-1802) Soldier in Revolutionary war. Later served in the House of representatives.

Daniel Morgan

(1736-1802) Soldier in Revolutionary war. Later served in the House of representatives.

(1730-1805) Soldier and governor of South Carolina during the American Revolutionary war.

William Moultrie

(1730-1805) Soldier and governor of South Carolina during the American Revolutionary war.

The servant's quarters of George Washington's Mount Vernon plantation in Virginia.

Mount Vernon

The servant's quarters of George Washington's Mount Vernon plantation in Virginia.

"Nelson House, Yorktown, VA. Which was occupied as headquarters by General Cornwallis.

Nelson House

"Nelson House, Yorktown, VA. Which was occupied as headquarters by General Cornwallis.

(1756-1838) Captain of the Revolution

Aaron Ogden

(1756-1838) Captain of the Revolution

(1370-1825) George Washington's first love who was one of the only women to be accused of Treason during the Revolutionary War.

Mary Phillipse

(1370-1825) George Washington's first love who was one of the only women to be accused of Treason during…

(1750-1828) American diplomat and soldier that served in the American Revolutionary war.

Thomas Pinckney

(1750-1828) American diplomat and soldier that served in the American Revolutionary war.

(1748-1779) Polish Count and general who fell in the American Revolution

Count Kazimierz Pulaski

(1748-1779) Polish Count and general who fell in the American Revolution

Major John Pitcairn was one of the more reasonable officers of the British military. He was a Marine stationed in Boston, Massachussetts. He was in command of the advance part during the first shots of the Battles of Lexington and Concord.

Major Pitcairn

Major John Pitcairn was one of the more reasonable officers of the British military. He was a Marine…

(--1780) provided relief to American soldiers in the revolution. Wife of General Joseph Reed.

Esther Reed

(--1780) provided relief to American soldiers in the revolution. Wife of General Joseph Reed.

The alert given by Paul Revere to his fellow patriots. The Regular army is the permanent army of a country that is maintained during peacetime.

The Regulars Are Coming

The alert given by Paul Revere to his fellow patriots. The Regular army is the permanent army of a country…

(1739-1800) First president of South Carolina that also fought in the Revolutionary war.

Governor John Rutledge

(1739-1800) First president of South Carolina that also fought in the Revolutionary war.

(1750-1826) Soldier and Public official who fought important battles during the American Revolution. He became the first governor of Kentucky.

Colonel Isaac Shelby

(1750-1826) Soldier and Public official who fought important battles during the American Revolution.…

(1732-1792) Served with the British army during the French and Indian War. He led troops in the American Revolutionary War.

William Smallwood

(1732-1792) Served with the British army during the French and Indian War. He led troops in the American…

(1734-1832) Public official and soldier that led campaigns during the American Revolutionary war.

Thomas Sumter

(1734-1832) Public official and soldier that led campaigns during the American Revolutionary war.

(--) Captain for a new organization of the navy during the Revolutionary War

Captain Silas Talbot

(--) Captain for a new organization of the navy during the Revolutionary War

(1754-1835) Captain during the Revolutionary War

Benjamin Tallmadge

(1754-1835) Captain during the Revolutionary War

Also referred to as loyalists. They were the American colonists who chose to remain loyal to Great Britain during the Revolutionary war.

A Tory

Also referred to as loyalists. They were the American colonists who chose to remain loyal to Great Britain…

(1725-1807) In charge of the French army that joined the Continental Army and fought in the American Revolution.  When he returned to France he commanded the army of the North in the French Revolution.

Jean Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur, Count De Rochambeau

(1725-1807) In charge of the French army that joined the Continental Army and fought in the American…

(--) General for the American Revolution

Baron Viomenil

(--) General for the American Revolution

(--) Captain during the Revolutionary War

Viscount Viomenil

(--) Captain during the Revolutionary War