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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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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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Revolutionary-Era Portrait of British Army Officer William Dansey and Flag He Captured to be Reunited for the First Time in Nearly a Century

The Museum of the American Revolution partners with Delaware Historical Society to reunite the portrait and flag of William Dansey.
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Image 091120 Phillis Wheatley Poems Book Collection Phillis Wheatley Poems

Phillis Wheatley's Poetry

This original copy of Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral, published in 1773, was written by Phillis Wheatley, the first published African-American author.
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Image 092420 16x9 Baron Von Steuben Regulations Collection Vonsteubensregulations

Baron von Steuben's Regulations

This system of drills for soldiers was developed by officer Baron von Steuben during the American Revolution and was used through the War of 1812.
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British Officer's Hanger

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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Experience Life in the Continental Army During Spring Break at the Museum of the American Revolution

During Spring Break visitors can participate in family-friendly activities that explore what life was like for the Continental Army.
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Museum Acquires Sea Chest of John Claypoole, Husband of Betsy Ross

The wooden sea chest of Revolutionary War veteran John Claypoole, third husband of Betsy Ross, is now on display at the Museum of the American Revolution.
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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 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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