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A book open to a page of signatures of visitors who signed into the Washington Memorial Chapel at Valley Forge including a small doodle of George Washington by artist Howard Pyle on the right side.

Washington Memorial Chapel Visitor Register

This register documents the hundreds of people who visited the construction site of the Washington Memorial Chapel and the Valley Forge Museum of American History between 1906 and 1910.
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Blue and red toy soldier pieces in front of a toy recreated 18th century house.

Revolutionary War Toy Set

This 75-piece Revolutionary War toy set, made by Louis Marx and Company in 1957, allowed children to recreate momentous battles and pivotal moments that shaped the founding of America.
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Side view of powderhorn showing engraving of a fort

Havana Powder Horn

This powder horn, engraved with a walled city, flags, and a crown symbol, commemorates the July 7, 1763, British evacuation of Havana on the island of Cuba, marking the end of the Seven Years' War (1756-1763).
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Image 091120 George Mason Roman History Collection Foundingfathersromanhistory

George Mason's Roman History

Virginia statesman George Mason, who acquired this volume of ancient Roman history, was among the members of America's founding generation that looked to ancient Rome for guidance on republican government.
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Image 100223 16x9 Collections George Washington Mourning Painting Jpg

George Washington Mourning Picture

Prints and needlework pictures, like this one, commemorated George Washington's memory following his death on December 14, 1799.
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This image shows the Badge of the Blew and Orange against a deep gray background. The badge is gold.

Badge of the Blew and Orange

This badge represents the Loyal and Friendly Society of the Blew and Orange founded between 1733 and 1736.
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Wooden tensioners and hemp ropes used to erect George Washington's headquarters tent during the Revolutionary War.

Marquee Ropes and Tensioners

These rope fragments, tensioners, and wooden pins were to secure General George Washington’s sleeping and office marquee.
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Image 091020 16x9 Battle Brandywine Map

Plan of the Battle of Brandywine

This detailed battle plan shows British, Hessian, and American troop positions and movements during the Battle of Brandywine, September 11, 1777.
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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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This image shows a brass chamber door handle that was used at the Presidents House at 6th and Market in Philadelphia while George Washington lived there.

Chamber Door Handle

This brass and iron chamber door handle was removed from the Market Street house that George Washington occupied in Philadelphia during the Constitutional Convention and as President.
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