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Book, "The Female Review: Life of Deborah Sampson the Female Soldier in the War of the Revolution," opened to show its title page

Biography of Deborah Sampson

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Image shows a handwritten letter on aging beige paper sending along news about the Articles of Peace being signed.

Letter about the Articles of Peace

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A blue and white postage stamp with the likenesses of General George Washington, José Francisco de San Martín, and Simón Bolívar.

Colombian Postage Stamp

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Large weathered leather bag, or portmanteau, used to carry George Washington's belongings during the Revolutionary War.

Washington’s Valise or Portmanteau

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Small metal balancing scale to compare the weights of coins in the British colonies.

James Boone's Money Scale

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This image shows a black leather pouch attached to a long beige strap with ammunition parts next to it.

American Cartridge Box and Ammunition

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Grayscale engraving of George Washington standing in front of a tent with William Lee sitting on a horse behind him.

Le Général Washington

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This ceramic plate features a royal blue outline along the edge of the plate and a blue-toned portrait of the Marquis de Lafayette at the center.

Lafayette Commemorative Plate

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Wooden tensioners and hemp ropes used to erect George Washington's headquarters tent during the Revolutionary War.

Marquee Ropes and Tensioners

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Side view of powderhorn showing engraving of a fort

Havana Powder Horn

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Three brown wooden tent stakes with one sharp end to dig into the ground and one notched end to hold rope.

Tent Pins

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A browning aging fragment of linen fabric cut from the inner chamber of George Washington's wartime tent.

Tent Fragment

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A brick-shaped grayish brown stone with the name Charles Quander etched into one of the sides.

Quander Stone

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Image 092420 16x9 Baron Von Steuben Regulations Collection Vonsteubensregulations

Baron von Steuben's Regulations

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Poster showing American soldiers in World War Two marching past American Revolutionary soldiers in the Continental Army

"Americans Will Always Fight for Liberty" Poster

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Sheet of paper filled with cursive writing; paper shows signs of damage

Letter Home by Soldier William Duncan

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A book open to a page of signatures of visitors who signed into the Washington Memorial Chapel at Valley Forge including a small doodle of George Washington by artist Howard Pyle on the right side.

Washington Memorial Chapel Visitor Register

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