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Image 092320 16x9 George Washington Print Mezzotint Collection George Washington On Horseback

Print of General George Washington

This mezzotint of General George Washington on horseback, printed in 1775 by printer C. Shepherd, is one of the earliest prints of the Commander in Chief.
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Image 092320 16x9 Marquis De Lafayette Brazier Collection Item Brazier 0

Marquis de Lafayette's Brazier

This 18th-century brazier, believed to have been brought to America by Marquis de Lafayette during the American Revolution, was designed to hold hot coals and for cooking.
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Image 092320 16x9 William Trego March Valley Forge Painting Collection

March to Valley Forge

This iconic depiction of the march to Valley Forge by William B. T. Trego was painted in Philadelphia and exhibited at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in 1883.
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Image 092320 16x9 Marquis De Lafayette Parade Banner Collection Lafayetteparadebanner

Lafayette Parade Banner

This silk banner was carried through the streets of Philadelphia in celebration of Marquis de Lafayette returning to the scene of his military service.
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Jacob Latch's Coat

Jacob Latch's Coat

This coat belonged to Jacob Latch, a Revolutionary War veteran from Lower Merion, Pennsylvania, who served during Valley Forge encampment of 1777-1778.
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Image 091120 Hession Headgear Cap Collection Hessianheadgear

Hessian Cap Plates

These metal pieces once adorned the headgear worn by Hessian soldiers who served under British command during the Revolutionary War.
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Image 091120 Fringed Linen Shirt Collection Hunting Shirt

Linen Hunting Shirt

This uniquely American hunting shirt, which were worn by many riflemen from the mid-Atlantic area, originated in the Virginia backcountry.
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French Gorget

French Gorget

This gorget, displaying the royal arms of the Bourbon kings of France, was a vestigial piece of armor worn by a French officer as a sign of rank.
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Image 091120 George Mason Roman History Collection Foundingfathersromanhistory

George Mason's Roman History

Virginia statesman George Mason, who acquired this volume of ancient Roman history, was among the members of America's founding generation that looked to ancient Rome for guidance on republican government.
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Image 092320 16x9 First Newspaper Printing Declaration Independence Collection Firstnewspaperprinting

First Newspaper Printing of the Declaration of Independence

This July 6, 1776 issue of the Pennsylvania Evening Post presented the first newspaper printing of the newly adopted Declaration of Independence.
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