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Picturing Washington's Army: Continental Artillery

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Picturing Washington's Army: Fort Webb

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Picturing Washington's Army: 1st and 2nd New Jersey Regiments

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Picturing Washington's Army: Rhode Island Regiment

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Picturing Washington's Army: Rhode Island Regiment Colonnade

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Picturing Washington's Army: Army Headquarters

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Picturing Washington's Army: Officers’ Tents

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Picturing Washington's Army: Verplanck’s Point | Rhode Island Regiment

Take a closer look at the anchor-decorated colonnade of the Rhode Island Regiment. The Rhode Islanders’ tents were set up between the Massachusetts and Connecticut brigades. An officer’s marquee tent is visible in the foreground of this section of the painting. 

Image: Museum of the American Revolution, Gift of the Landenberger Family Foundation 

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Picturing Washington's Army: Fort Clinton

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Picturing Washington's Army: Verplanck’s Point | Washington’s Tent

Take a closer look at General Washington’s tent perched on a hill overlooking the encampment. Nearby, other tents made up the headquarters of the Continental Army. Charles-Louis-Victor, Prince de Broglie, a colonel in the Saintonge Regiment of the French Army, wrote about seeing Washington’s tent at Verplanck’s Point: “I noticed on a little hill which overlooked the camp...the quarters of General Washington.” 

Image: Museum of the American Revolution, Gift of the Landenberger Family Foundation 

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