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This image shows the Bunker Hill Bible. It is open to The Gospel according to Matthew. It is displayed against a white background.

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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This image shows Siege Yorktown Map Sebastian Bauman.

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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This image is of Benjamin Lincolns sword. The hilt is gold and is on the left side of the image, while the blade is pointing to the right of the image. The sword is resting against a white background.

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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This image shows a French Naval Cutlass against a white background. The hilt of the cutlass is gold and on the left hand side of the image.

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 Collections Astronaut John Glenns Revolutionary War Flag

Astronaut John Glenn’s Revolutionary War Flag

Astronaut John Glenn carried this reproduction of General George Washington’s Headquarters Flag into space aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery in 1998.
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This image shows a painting depicting George Washington Crossing the Delaware. It is displayed in a brown frame with a gold interior. The painting shows Washington and his soldiers on the shores of the river. Some are still on land and some boats are already on the water. It is a snowy, gray day.

Washington Crossing the Delaware

American artist Harrington G. Fitzgerald painted this version of General George Washington’s famous 1776 crossing of the Delaware River about 100 years after the Revolutionary War.
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This image shows a painting called Valley Forge Winter The Return of the Foraging Party. It is a large painting displayed in a brown frame with a golden interior. The painting shows a gray wintry day of soldiers marching through Valley Forge. They are walking toward the viewer. There is a soldier on horseback with his sword in his right hand and a flag in his left.

Valley Forge Winter, The Return of the Foraging Party

This painting by American artist Harrington G. Fitzgerald shows the bleak scene of a foraging party of Continental Army soldiers returning to camp during the 1777-1778 winter encampment at Valley Forge.
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This image shows a Sword and British Officers Saber.

British Officer's Saber

Made in London, this officer’s saber features a long, single-edged blade used for slashing.
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This image shows a British Officer's hanger. It is displayed below the sword on a white background. The hilt is a shade of gold while the sword is silver.

British Officer's Hanger

The stout blades on hangers like this one made them versatile fighting weapons and were easier for infantry officers to carry than longer-bladed sabers.
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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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