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Image 092220 Portrait John Ross Collection Ross Portrait Main

Portrait of Lieutenant John Ross

This portrait depicts Lieutenant John Ross of the 34th Regiment after his first American tour of duty as a member of the British Army.
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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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Verplanck's Point watercolor

Panoramic View of Verplanck’s Point

This seven-foot-long panoramic watercolor by Pierre Charles L'Enfant includes the only known eyewitness depiction of George Washington’s headquarters tent during the Revolutionary War.
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Image 082720 George Washington Tent Collection

Washington's War Tent

General George Washington's original sleeping and office tent from the Revolutionary War.
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Image 091120 General George Washington Standard Flag Collection Washington Headquarters Flag 72

Washington's Headquarters Flag

Believed to be the earliest surviving 13-star American flag, Washington's Standard marked his presence throughout the war.
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Image 120220 Collections Photograph Of Mehitable Potter

Photograph of Mehitable Potter

This photograph of Mehitable Potter, taken in the 100th year of her life, shows one of the last surviving members of the Revolutionary generation.
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This image shows a French gorget. It is gold with a silver crown symbol in the center. It is displayed against a white background.

French Gorget

This gorget, displaying the royal arms of the Bourbon kings of France, was a vestigial piece of armor worn by a French officer as a sign of rank.
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Image 092320 16x9 First Newspaper Printing Declaration Independence Collection Firstnewspaperprinting

First Newspaper Printing of the Declaration of Independence

This July 6, 1776 issue of the Pennsylvania Evening Post presented the first newspaper printing of the newly adopted Declaration of Independence.
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Image 092320 16x9 Marquis De Lafayette Parade Banner Collection Lafayetteparadebanner

Lafayette Parade Banner

This silk banner was carried through the streets of Philadelphia in celebration of Marquis de Lafayette returning to the scene of his military service.
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Image 120220 Collections Americans Will Always Fight For Liberty Poster

"Americans Will Always Fight for Liberty" Poster

This poster, produced by the U.S. Office of War Information during World War II, makes a direct link between the Revolutionary War and the fight against the Axis powers.
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