Women at the Polls in New Jersey
24" x 18"
'They Awaited the Order to Charge'
Washington's Retreat from Great Meadows
18" x 24"
'His army broke up and followed him, weeping and sobbing'
'They Talked It Over - With Me Sitting on the Horse'
A Lonely Duel in the Middle of a Great Sunny Field
'General Jackson, president-elect, on his way to Washington'
Shays's Mob in Possession of a Courthouse
The Continental Army Marching Down the Old Bowery, New York, 25th November 1783
Washington and Steuben at Valley Forge
'The Wounded Soldiers Sat Along the Wall'
Carnival at Philadelphia, illustration from 'The Battle of Monmouth Court House'
Tory Refugees on Their Way to Canada, illustration from 'Colonies and Nation'
Christmas Morning in Old New York Before the Revolution
Thomas Moon began to Lay about him with his Sword
The Landing at Jamestown from a Dutch Man-of-War
The Arrival of the Young Women at Jamestown
'The Master Caused us to have some Beere'
Mary Dyer Brought Before Governor Endicott
The Puritan Governor Interrupting the Christmas Sports
A Quaker Exhorter in New England, illustration from 'The Second Generation of Englishmen in America'
Sir William Berkeley Surrendering to the Commissioners of the Commonwealth, illustration from 'In Washington's Day'
The Death of Indian Chief Alexander, Brother of King Philip
Along the Canal in Old Manhattan, illustration from 'The Evolution of New York'
Along the Water Front in Old New York, illustration from 'The Evolution of New York
The Arrival of Stuyvesant in New Amsterdam, illustration from 'Colonies and Nation'
Governor Andros and the Boston People
Mynheer's Morning Horn
Quaker and King at Whitehall
William Penn in Conference with the Colonists
A Pennsylvania Cave-Dwelling, illustration from 'Colonies and Nation'
Arresting a Witch
Giles Corey in Prison
Once it Chased Doctor Wilkinson into the Very Town Itself
Jacques Cartier Setting up a Cross at Gaspe
La Salle Petitions the King for Permission to Explore the Mississippi
'La Salle and the Discovery of the Great West'
The Landing of Cadillac, illustration from 'The City of the Strait'
The Burial of Braddock, illustration from 'Colonel Washington'
Washington and Mary Philipse
The Press Gang in New York
A Committee of Patriots Delivering an Ultimatum to a King's Councillor
The Mob Attempting to Force a Stamp Officer to Resign
The 'Boston Massacre'
Burning of the 'Gaspee'
Carpenter's Hall, Philadelphia, where the First and Second Continental Congresses held their sessions
In the Old Raleigh Tavern
Paul Revere at Lexington
Lexington Green - 'If they want war, it may as well begin here'
Watching the Fight at Bunker Hill
Paul Revere Bringing News to Sullivan
Surrender of Fort William and Mary
Sergeant Jasper at the Battle of Fort Moultrie
Reading the Declaration before Washington's Army
'I only Regret that I have but One Life to Lose for My Country'
The Surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown
An American Privateer Taking a British Prize
Washington Refusing a Dictatorship
A Banquet to Genet