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FRANCIS MARION (1732?-1795).
American Revolutionary soldier. Stipple and line engraving, 19th century.
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FRANCIS MARION (1732?-1795).
American Revolutionary commander. "General Marion in his swamp encampment inviting a British officer to dinner." Steel engraving, c1850, after a painting by John Blake White.
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FRANCIS MARION (c1732-1795).
Marion and his men crossing the Pee Dee River to harass the British in South Carolina during the American Revolutionary War. Steel engraving, 1851, after a painting by William Tylee Ranney.
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FRANCIS MARION (1732?-1795).
American Revolutionary soldier. Marion and his men crossing the Pee Dee River to harass the British in South Carolina during the American Revolutionary War in 1778. Lithograph by Currier and Ives.
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FRANCIS MARION (1732?-1795).
American Revolutionary soldier. Marion inviting a British officer to dine with him on roasted sweet potatoes. Mezzotint, 1840.
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FRANCIS MARION (1732?-1795).
American Revolutionary soldier. Marion inviting a British officer to dine with him on roasted sweet potatoes; steel engraving, 19th century.
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FRANCIS MARION (1732?-1795).
American Revolutionary soldier. Lieutenant Francis Marion leads an advance guard of South Carolina militia against Cherokee positions near the village of Etchoee during the French and Indian War, June 1761. Wood engraving, 1844.
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FRANCIS MARION (1732?-1795).
American Revolutionary soldier. Etching, 19th century.
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JEAN RICHARD.
Jean Richard, Luis Mariano, Francis Lopez and Michel Renault after dress rehearsal of play in Paris march 17, 1967. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved. 
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LUIS MARIANO AND FRANCIS LOPEZ.
French singer Luis Mariano and Francis Lopez in Paris march 17, 1967. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved. 
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FRANCIS MARION (1732?-1795).
American Revolutionary commander, leading his troops through a South Carolina forest: colored engraving, 19th c.
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FRANCIS MARION (1732?-1795).
American Revolutionary soldier and commander. Fancis Marion, known as 'the Swamp Fox' and his men at their camp in South Carolina during the American Revolutionary War. Wood engraving, American, 1881.
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FRANCIS MARION (1732?-1795).
American Revolutionary soldier. Marion and his men crossing the Pee Dee River to harass the British in South Carolina during the American Revolutionary War. Steel engraving, 1851, after a painting by William Tylee Ranney.
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FRANCIS MARION (1732?-1795)
leading his militia troops through a South Carolina forest: colored engraving, 19th century.
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CLEVELAND FAMILY, 1907.
Grover Cleveland photographed at Princeton, New Jersey, 1907, with his family. From left: Esther (13), Francis Grover (3.5), Mrs. Frances Cleveland, Marion (11), Richard (9), and President Cleveland.
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FRANCIS MARION (1732?-1795).
American Revolutionary soldier. Marion leading American troops to victory against a combined British, Tory, and Hessian force at Parker's Ferry, South Carolina, 30 August 1781. Wood engraving, 1844.
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FRANCIS MARION (1732?-1795).
American Revolutionary soldier. Marion's encampment on the Peedee River. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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CATTLE HERD, c1905.
Large herd of cattle on a western range, probably in Colorado or Utah. Photograph by Francis Marion Steele, c1905.
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CATTLE RANCH, c1905.
'Where We Shine.' Cowboys and cattle on a range in Utah or Colorado. Photograph by Francis Marion Steele.
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REBECCA MOTTE (1738-1815).
Née Brewton. American patriot. In May 1781 Rebecca Motte directs General Francis Marion and Colonel Henry Lee to burn her South Carolina mansion to dislodge the British, who had used her home as a fort. Wood engraving, American, 1858.
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COWBOY CAMP, 1898.
A group of cowboys eating beside the Irwin Brothers' chuckwagon near Ashland, Kansas. Photographed by Francis Marion Steele, 1898.
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REBECCA MOTTE (1738-1815).
Née Brewton. American patriot. In May 1781 Rebecca Motte directs General Francis Marion and Colonel Henry Lee to burn her South Carolina mansion to dislodge the British, who were using her home as a fort. Oil on canvas by John Blake White (1781-1859).
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BRANDING CATTLE, c1905.
'Branding Mavericks.' Five cattle being branded in Colorado or Utah. Photograph by Francis Marion Steele, c1905.
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FRANCIS MARION (1732?-1795).
American Revolutionary Commander, at the Battle of Eutaw Springs in 1781. Color stipple engraving.
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MARION AT ETCHOEE, 1761.
Lieutenant Francis Marion leads an advance guard of South Carolina militia against Cherokee positions near the village of Etchoee during the French and Indian War, June 1761. Wood engraving, 1844.
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MARION: PARKER'S FERRY, 1781.
American troops led by Francis Marion defeat a combined British, Tory, and Hessian force at Parker's Ferry, South Carolina, 30 August 1781. Wood engraving, 1844.
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FRANCIS MARION (1732?-1795).
American Revolutionary commander. 'General Marion in his swamp encampment inviting a British officer to dinner.' Mezzotint, 1840, after a painting by John Blake White.
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FRANCIS MARION (1732?-1795).
American Revolutionary commander. "General Marion in his swamp encampment inviting a British officer to dinner." Steel engraving, c1850, after a painting by John Blake White.
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FRANCIS MARION (1732?-1795).
American revolutionary soldier. Francis Marion inviting a British officer to dine with him on roasted sweet potatoes and cold water: steel engraving, 19th century.