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Image 120220 16x9 Collections Musket Made At Rappahannock Forge

Musket Made at Rappahannock Forge

Made at Rappahannock Forge near Fredericksburg, Virginia, this musket is a copy of a British Army musket from the Revolutionary era.
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Image 120220 Collections French Musket Marked United States

French Musket Marked “UNITED STATES”

This musket is one of over 100,000 French arms imported into the United States during the Revolutionary War.
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Image 120220 Collections Photograph Of Mehitable Potter

Photograph of Mehitable Potter

This photograph of Mehitable Potter, taken in the 100th year of her life, shows one of the last surviving members of the Revolutionary generation.
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Image 120220 16x9 Collections Portrait Of Captain William Crosbie

Portrait of Captain William Crosbie

Take a closer look at a rare portrait of British officer Captain William Crosbie, who fought in the Battle of Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775.
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Image 120220 Collections Peter Perits Powder Horn

Peter Perit’s Powder Horn

Captain Peter Perit used this powder horn, featuring decorations that include the lion and unicorn from the British Royal Coat of Arms, at the Siege of Boston in 1775.
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Image 120220 Collections Bunker Hill Bible

Bunker Hill Bible

Soldier Francis Merrifield of Ipswich, Massachusetts, inscribed a note in this Bible after surviving the Battle of Bunker Hill.
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Image 12032020 Collections Siege Yorktown Map Sebastian Bauman 13047

Map of the Siege of Yorktown

This map celebrates the triumph of the allied Continental and French forces over the British Army at the Siege of Yorktown in 1781.
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Image 120320 Collection Benjamin Lincolns Sword

Benjamin Lincoln's Sword

This sword belonged to Major General Benjamin Lincoln, General Washington’s second in command at the Siege of Yorktown.
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Image 120320 Collections French Naval Cutlass

French Naval Cutlass

American sailors aboard Continental Navy vessels and privateer ships often used French weapons, like this cutlass.
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Image 120320 16x9 Collections Creamware Punchbowl 1

Creamware Punch Bowl

Produced in England in the 1790s, this ceramic punch bowl was made to be purchased by an American and is an example of how people used everyday objects to express political opinions.
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