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BATTLE OF MONTEBELLO, 1800.
The Battle of Montebello in Italy, between the French and Austrian armies during the French Revolutionary Wars, 9 June 1800. Engraving, English, 19th century.
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0322819
NAVAL BATTLE, 1801.
'The Cutting Out of the Corvette 'La Chevrette,' during the battle between the British Frigate HMS Phoebe and the French Frigate Africaine, off the coast of Ceuta, North Africa, during the French Revolutionary Wars, February 1801. Engraving after a painting by Philip Jacques de Loutherbourg, c1801.
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0526261
NAPOLEON: ALPS, 1800.
Napoleon leading his army across the Alps through the Great St. Bernard Pass, May 1800. Engraving by Francois Georgin, c1831.
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0126697
TRIUMPH OF LIBERTY. c1781.
'Fashionable Hairdo or the Triumph of Liberty.' French cartoon, c1781, referring to the the American War of Independence and to the extremes of women's fashion in France.
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0169181
FRENCH REVOLUTIONARY WARS.
Battle at WŘrzburg between French troops (blue uniforms) and the Austrian troops (white uniforms) under the command of Archduke Charles. Colored copperplate engraving, 03.09.1796.
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0195929
FRENCH HISTORY.
French history Lithographs / engravings from the 18th century French Revolutionary Wars: infantryman of the French Revolutionary army - colored engraving by Bellange - 1795, ullstein bild ID 00685354.
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0122525
WASHINGTON & GENERALS.
'The Heroes of the Revolution.' Left to right: General George Washington and officers Johann De Kalb, Baron von Steuben, Kazimierz Pulaski, Tadeusz Kosciuszko, Marquis de Lafayette, and John Muhlenberg, with Continental Army troops during the American Revolutionary War. Engraving by Frederick Girsch, c1870.
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0162881
TRIUMPH OF LIBERTY. c1781.
'Fashionable Hairdo or the Triumph of Liberty.' French cartoon, c1781, referring to the the American War of Independence and to the extremes of women's fashion in France. Digitally colored by Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0126721
YORKTOWN: CARTOON, 1781.
Contemporary Dutch cartoon of the British surrender at Yorktown, 1781. In the foreground the British lion has cut itself on a tea pot. To the left, a Spaniard, a Dutchman and a Frenchman seem to have benefited from the outcome of the war.
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0044926
FRANKLIN & LAFAYETTE, 1777.
Marquis de Lafayette and Benjamin Franklin meeting for the first time at Paris, France, in February 1777. Lithograph, French, 19th century.
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0095708
FRENCH REVOLUTION, 1794.
Festival in Paris to celebrate the victory of French troops at the Battle of Fleurus against an Austrian army, during the French Revolutionary Wars, June 1794. Watercolor.
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0082723
FRANCE: TREATY OF ALLIANCE.
Benjamin Franklin receives the articles of the Treaty of Alliance with France from King Louis XVI in June 1778. Lithograph, 19th century.
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0113753
GEORGE WASHINGTON
(1732-1799). First President of the United States. French etching opposite the title page of a funeral oration given in Albany, 1800, by Michael Gabriel Houdin, a Major in the Revolutionary War.
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0125515
CONNECTICUT: WEBB HOUSE.
The Webb house in Wethersfield, Connecticut, where General George Washington and Comte de Rochambeau planned the Yorktown campaign in 1781. Wood engraving, American, 1836.
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0091703
MARQUIS de LAFAYETTE
(1757-1834). French soldier and statesman. Lafayette grieving at the tomb of George Washington on Mount Vernon, Virginia, August 1825, during his tour of the United States. Wood engraving, American, 19th century.
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0005447
YORKTOWN: SURRENDER, 1781.
The British General Charles Cornwallis surrenders to American General George Washington at Yorktown, Virginia, ending fighting during the American Revolution, 19 October 1781. Line engraving, American, 1819, after a drawing by John Francis Renault.
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0056388
MINUTEMAN.
Line rendering of Daniel Chester French's statue, 'The Minute Man of Concord.'
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0021392
REVOLUTIONARY WAR, 1780.
Two musicians in Comte de Rochambeau's expeditionary corps in America during the American Revolutionary War, 1780. Gouache by Nicolas Hoffmann.
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0067675
MARQUIS de LAFAYETTE
(1757-1834). French soldier and statesman. Statue by Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi erected at Union Square, New York City in 1876. Wood engraving from a contemporary American newspaper.
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0034507
MARQUIS DE LAFAYETTE
(1757-1834). French soldier and statesman. Steel engraving, American, 1863, after Alonzo Chappel, depicting Lafayette during his American service.
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0131792
WILLIAMSBURG: MAP, 1781.
Map of Williamsburg, Virginia, and the surrounding country. Drawing, 1781, by Louis Alexandre Berthier, an aide to General Rochambeau.
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0090287
FRENCH SQUADRON, 1778.
An impending storm halts an action between the French naval squadron under the command of Comte d'Estaing (aiding the American cause) and the English fleet, 11 August 1778. Contemporary drawing by Pierre Ozanne.
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0064326
COMTE de ROCHAMBEAU
(1725-1807). Jean Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur. French soldier. Steel engraving, 19th century.
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0112998
ARMAND LOUIS DE GONTAUT
Duc de Lanzun, later duc de Biron. French soldier and statesman. Oil painting by Charles Willson Peale, late 18th century.
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0297871
HISTORY.
Napoleon hearing a report during the Second Italian Campaign in 1800, by Victor Navlet (1819-1886). French Revolutionary Wars, Italy, 19th century. Full Credit: DEA / M. SEEMULLER / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0295811
HISTORY.
William Pitt addressing the House of Commons after the French declaration of war in 1793, by Anton Hickel (1745-1798), oil on canvas. French Revolutionary Wars, England, 18th century. Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0090289
FRENCH SQUADRON, 1778.
French naval squadron under the command of Comte d'Estaing entering Newport, Rhode Island, under fire, in order to aid the American cause, 8 August 1778. Contemporary drawing by Pierre Ozanne.
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0354921
GEORGE WASHINGTON
(1732-1799). First President of the United States. Washington (left) with the Marquis de Lafayette during the American Revolution, 1777. Wood engraving, American, 1887.
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0129802
YORKTOWN: SURRENDER, 1781.
British General Charles Cornwallis surrendering to General George Washington and French General Rochambeau at Yorktown, Virginia, 19 October 1781, ending the fighting in the American Revolutionary War. Line engraving, English, 1790.
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0092636
GEORGE WASHINGTON
(1732-1799). 1st President of the United States. Washington (seated) with the Marquis de Lafayette during the American Revolutionary War, c1778. Wood engraving, American, 1887.
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0066796
GEORGE WASHINGTON
(1732-1799). First President of the United States. Washington presented with Lord Cornwallis' sword at Yorktown, Virginia, on 19 October, 1781. Line engraving, English, 1794.
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0123750
FRANKLIN AT VERSAILLES.
Benjamin Franklin's first audience before King Louis XVI of France at the palace of Versailles, 20 March 1778. Chromolithograph, American, c1903.
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0026052
REV WAR: WALLET.
French red leather wallet used by Lafayette during American Revolution.
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0107660
JACQUES-DONATIEN LE RAY
(1726-1803). French aristocrat and supporter of the American Revolution. Line engraving, 18th century.
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0077302
COMTE de GRASSE (1722-1788).
Comte Franšois Joseph Paul de Grasse. French naval officer.
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0130410
FRENCH OFFICERS, 1780.
French army officers, with their coachmen and footmen, at Newport, Rhode Island, during their service in the American Revolution, 1780-81. Illustration by Howard Pyle, 1883.
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0075582
BATTLE OF VIRGINIA CAPES.
The Battle of Virginia Capes between French and English fleets during the American Revolution, 5-10 September 1781 . Wood engraving, American, 1881.
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0129813
BATTLE OF THE SAINTES, 1782.
The defeat of a French fleet under Count de Grasse by a British fleet led by Sir George Rodney, near Dominica, West Indies, April 1782. Line engraving, English, 1847.
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0091709
MARQUIS de LAFAYETTE
(1757-1834). French soldier and statesman. American poster, 1957, commemorating the bicentary of Lafayette's birth.
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0016563
DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.
Signing of the Declaration of Independence at Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 4 July 1776. Photogravure, French, late 19th century, after a painting, c1873, by Charles ╔douard Armand-Dumaresq.
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