Major John Andre was a British army officer hanged as a spy during the American Revolutionary War, related to Benedict Arnold's attempted surrender.

John Andre

Major John Andre was a British army officer hanged as a spy during the American Revolutionary War, related…

(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

"Birth-place of Benedict Arnold."—Lossing, 1851

Arnold birth-place

"Birth-place of Benedict Arnold."—Lossing, 1851

(1741-1801) Soldier who betrayed his country to Britain during the Revolutionary war.

Benedict Arnold

(1741-1801) Soldier who betrayed his country to Britain during the Revolutionary war.

(1741-1801) Soldier who betrayed his country to Britain during the Revolutionary war.

Benedict Arnold

(1741-1801) Soldier who betrayed his country to Britain during the Revolutionary war.

(1741-1801) American military officer and traitor.

Benedict Arnold

(1741-1801) American military officer and traitor.

(1741-1801) Soldier who betrayed his country to Britain during the American Revolutionary War.

Benedict Arnold

(1741-1801) Soldier who betrayed his country to Britain during the American Revolutionary War.

"Group of Confederate prisoners captured at Fort Donelson, on the morning after the surrender, clothed in bed blankets, pieces of carpeting, etc. The Confederate prisoners who lounged around the fort the day after its surrender presented a state of haggard misery which took all the romance out of rebellion and made it seem the horrible thing it was. The prisoners had the double aspect of wretchedness- that of the countenance and of the garb." — Frank Leslie, 1896

Confederate prisoners

"Group of Confederate prisoners captured at Fort Donelson, on the morning after the surrender, clothed…

(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…