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Faces of the American revolution: Amazing early photographs which document some of the heroes of the War for Independence in their later years
Butler’s Rangers were perhaps the most effective special operations/light infantry force in the Revolutionary War. American Indian Wars, Native American Art, American Civil War, Military Art, Military History, Military Insignia, Woodland Indians
Butler’s Rangers were perhaps the most effective special operations/light infantry force in the Revolutionary War.
Butler’s Rangers were perhaps the most effective special operations/light infantry force in the Revolutionary War.
Alexander Milliner (Maroney) 104 Years Old. Born in Quebec on March 14, 1770. Died in 1874. Fought in the Battles of White Plains, Brandywine, Monmouth and Yorktown. Also served in the Navy on board the old frigate Constitution. Revolutionary War Battles, American Patriot, Early American, Us History, Rare Images, Rare Photos, Vintage Photographs
The Last Men of the Revolution
Alexander Milliner (Maroney) 104 Years Old. Born in Quebec on March 14, 1770. Died in 1874. Fought in the Battles of White Plains, Brandywine, Monmouth and Yorktown. Also served in the Navy on board the old frigate Constitution.
William Hutchings 102 Years Old. Born in York, Maine on October 6, 1764. Died on May 2, 1866. Saw fighting at the Siege of Castine where he was taken prisoner by the British. British American, Funny Family Photos, Vintage Images, Continental Army
The Last Men of the Revolution
William Hutchings 102 Years Old. Born in York, Maine on October 6, 1764. Died on May 2, 1866. Saw fighting at the Siege of Castine where he was taken prisoner by the British.
Samuel Downing 102 Years Old. Born in Newburyport, Massachusetts in November, 1764. Died February 19, 1867. Enlisted in July of 1780 in Hailstown, New Hampshire. Served in the Battle of Saratoga in which British General Burgoyne was defeated. American War, Daria, Rebecca Boone
The Last Men of the Revolution
Samuel Downing 102 Years Old. Born in Newburyport, Massachusetts in November, 1764. Died February 19, 1867. Enlisted in July of 1780 in Hailstown, New Hampshire. Served in the Battle of Saratoga in which British General Burgoyne was defeated.
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The Revolutionary War Veterans Who Lived Long Enough to Have Their Pictures Taken
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Rev. Daniel Waldo 101 Years Old. Born in Windham, Connecticut on September 10, 1762. Died July 30, 1864. Drafted into the Continental Army in 1778. Taken prisoner by the Tories a year later in Horseneck, Connecticut. Last Man, Colonial America
The Last Men of the Revolution
Rev. Daniel Waldo 101 Years Old. Born in Windham, Connecticut on September 10, 1762. Died July 30, 1864. Drafted into the Continental Army in 1778. Taken prisoner by the Tories a year later in Horseneck, Connecticut.
Jonathan Smith - Revolutionary War veteran who fought in the Battle of Long Island on August 29, 1778. His unit was the first brigade that went out. After the war, he became a Baptist minister. On October 20, 1854, he had this daguerrotype taken to give to a granddaughter; he died on January 3, 1855. History collected by Joseph M. Bauman. La Face, Jonathan Smith, The Light Is Coming, 19th Century Paintings
Faces of History - Original Photographs of Revolutionary War Vets
Jonathan Smith - Revolutionary War veteran who fought in the Battle of Long Island on August 29, 1778. His unit was the first brigade that went out. After the war, he became a Baptist minister. On October 20, 1854, he had this daguerrotype taken to give to a granddaughter; he died on January 3, 1855. History collected by Joseph M. Bauman.
Daniel Spencer (May 26, 1759 - 1854) a shoemaker, began his service in Capt. John McGregier's Company of the 4th Infantry Regiment, Connecticut Continental Line on July 8, 1780, exactly one month before turning 21. The outfit had suffered through the harsh winter at Valley Forge. He was among men sent to capture the turncoat Benedict Arnold. Early Photos, Old Photos, Lafayette, Daguerreotype, Tintype, Civil War Photos
Daniel Spencer (May 26, 1759 - 1854) a shoemaker, began his service in Capt. John McGregier's Company of the 4th Infantry Regiment, Connecticut Continental Line on July 8, 1780, exactly one month before turning 21. The outfit had suffered through the harsh winter at Valley Forge. He was among men sent to capture the turncoat Benedict Arnold.
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Faces of the American Revolution - LightBox George Fishley
American Revolution. Independence was not the Americans’ original aim . In April 1775, the colonies sought more autonomy within the British Empire, not complete separation. Continental Congress, which led American resistance, petitioned King George III that summer, denying that independence was the objective, and appealing to him to protect the colonies. At this critical point, the British started to treat the Americans as enemies, making colonists think that independence was the only opt... Canadian History, Modern History
10 Facts About the American Revolution
American Revolution. Independence was not the Americans’ original aim . In April 1775, the colonies sought more autonomy within the British Empire, not complete separation. Continental Congress, which led American resistance, petitioned King George III that summer, denying that independence was the objective, and appealing to him to protect the colonies. At this critical point, the British started to treat the Americans as enemies, making colonists think that independence was the only opt...
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May 10, 1775 2nd Continental Congress names George Washington, supreme commander Usa Presidents, American Presidents, Conquistador, George Washington Facts, Martha Washington
George Washington Is Appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army by the Second Continental Congress
May 10, 1775 2nd Continental Congress names George Washington, supreme commander