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Image 092420 16x9 Arms Liberty Punch Bowl Collection Punchbowl

"Arms of Liberty" Punch Bowl

This punch bowl, made in China for export to Britain and its American colonies, was designed to poke fun at those opposed to English politician John Wilkes.
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Image 091120 Ustates Musket Collection American Musket

Musket Marked "U.STATES"

This musket is a typical composite piece of wartime production, incorporating British and American components, and boldly marked “U.STATES” to designate public ownership.
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Success to the Triphena Punch Bowl

Triphena Punch Bowl

This punch bowl wishes “Success to the Triphena,” a merchant ship that made frequent trips between Philadelphia and Liverpool, England, in the 1760s.
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Image 111120 Collection 48 James Grants Campaign Chest

James Grant’s Campaign Chest

British Army Lieutenant James Grant kept his personal belongings in this chest while he served in America during the French and Indian War.
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Image 111120 Collection 51 Thomas Noyess Cocked Hat

Thomas Noyes's Cocked Hat

This cocked hat belonged to either Thomas Noyes III or his son, also named Thomas, who both served in the Massachusetts militia during the Revolutionary War.
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Image 111220 Collection 16x9 Transparent 55 Portrait Of Captain William Leslie

Portrait of Captain William Leslie

Captain William Leslie of the British 17th Regiment of Foot, shown in this portrait with Edinburgh Castle looming in the background, lost his life at the Battle of Princeton.
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Richard St. George self-portrait

Self-portrait of Richard St. George Mansergh St. George

Richard St. George Mansergh St. George, an Irish veteran of the British Army, sketched this self-portrait as he struggled with the painful effects of a traumatic brain injury that he suffered during the Revolutionary War.
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A New Method of Macaroni Making print

A New Method of Macarony Making, as practiced at Boston

Published in London in 1774, this print spread news about the growing colonial resistance to British policies in America.
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Image 111220 Collection 16x9 60 Jonathan Pettibones Sword 1

Jonathan Pettibone's Sword

French and Indian War veteran Colonel Jonathan Pettibone carried this small sword, engraved with his name, during the New York campaign of 1776.
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John Chandler's Sword

John Chandler's Sword

Colonel John Chandler of the 8th Connecticut Regiment carried this small sword during the Revolutionary War as a symbol of his rank.
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