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    • Joel Barlow

    • Authors; Engraving; Correspondence; Offices
    • Joel Barlow (1754-1812) seated at desk with sheaf of papers in hand. Note below painting, "From the original painting by Chappel, in the possession of the publishers. Johnson, Fry & Co. Publishers, New York. Entered according to Act of Congress AD....
    • Surrender of Lord Cornwallis

    • Campaigns & battles; Surrenders; Battlefields; Art
    • Engraving entitled "Surrender of Lord Cornwallis". The engraving depicts Cornwallis' sword being surrendered to Washington by three British officers. Washington and three of his men stand ready to accept with the American flag flying behind them. ...
    • Daniel Morgan

    • Generals; Military officers
    • Daniel Morgan, wearing frontier garb in buckskin clothing, holding a rifle. A powder horn is slung across his shoulder, and a hat is at his feet.
    • General George Clinton

    • Generals; Vice presidents; Governors; Cannons; Rifles; Uniforms
    • Engraving of George Clinton (1739-1812), posed in Revolutionary War uniform, leaning against cannon with musket nearby.
    • John Sevier

    • Governors; Military officers; Legislators
    • Painted portrait of John Sevier (1745-1815) by Washington B. Cooper. The painting is a copy of Charles Willson Peale's portrait of the same. Print is cropped and does not show lower portion of portrait, including subject's right hand.
    • Land grant signed by President John Adams

    • Land grants; Revolutions; Presidents; Land; Rivers
    • Land grant from the United States to Thomas Carneal, assignee of Francis Barbee, 200 acres between the Little Miami and Scioto Rivers, Ohio, signed by President John Adams, December 19, 1800.
    • Henry Knox

    • Military officers; Cannons; Forts & fortifications; Uniforms
    • Portrait of Henry Knox (1750-1806), in Revolutionary War uniform, standing in a fort setting with artillery and an American flag behind him.
    • John Paul Jones

    • Military officers; Navies; Military leadership
    • Lithograph of a painted portrait of John Paul Jones (1747-1792) by Charles Willson Peale
    • Commodore Joshua Barney

    • Military officers; Uniforms
    • Joshua Barney served in both the Revolutionary War and War of 1812. He was taken prisoner several times and several times exchanged during the Revolutionary War. In the War of 1812 he assembled, outfitted, and manned a flotilla of barges that...

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