Samuel Adams, early colonial leader.
The seal of Sir Edmund Andros, the 3rd and 5th Royal Governor of colonial Maryland.
Bacon Before the Virginia Council
"Residence of the Royal Governor of North Carolina."—Stephenson, 1913
The Charter Oak, where the Connecticut Charter was temporarily hidden.
The colonial flags from 1775.
The colonial seal of Georgia, with a ship underneath.
Colonial soldiers restraining a man.
The Colonial Seal of Virginia.
A colonial woman attempting to listen through a door.
The discussion over the Connecticut Charter.
The official seal of colonial Connecticut in 1635.
A medal with a depiction of the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
A young girl playing dress up. She is wearing a dress that looks to be from Colonial times. She is holding…
A family of Dutchmen residing in colonial America.
Patrick Henry, the famous colonial statesman.
The ruins of Jamestown
An example of a typical kitchen in colonial New England.
A battle between English and colonial forces.
The surrender of Lord Cornwallis.
Two women dressed as men arresting a pair of British officers.
The seal of colonial Maryland, a British colony in 1632.
The medal given to General Morgan by Congress.
Death of American General Montgomery at Quebec
A group of Native Americans attacking a European settlement.
The seal of the Council for New England, during the colonial era.
The seal of colonial New Hampshire in 1629.
An example of the paper money during colonial America.
The first manufacturing warehouse in New York.
The seal of colonial New York, which was claimed by the British in 1664.
"Willson's Historical Series- Franklin, The Philosopher"-Willson, 1859.
A pine tree shilling.
The pine-tree shilling, an early form of currency in colonial America.
"Willson's Historical Series- Franklin, The Printer's Boy"-Willson, 1859.
The official seal of colonial Rhode Island in 1636.
The settlement of Rhode Island.
John Smith, an early colonial settler and leader.
A stamp used after the Stamp Act of 1765 was passed. The stamp was required to be purchased and placed…
"Revenue stamp used in the colonies."—Stephenson, 1913
An illustration of a young George Washington trekking through the wilderness.
Roger Williams Taking Leave of his Family Before His Flight from Salem