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Colonel Sir Banastre Tarleton (1754–1833), Sir Joshua Reynolds, National Portrait Gallery

Colonel Sir Banastre Tarleton (1754–1833), Sir Joshua Reynolds, National Portrait Gallery

Colonial Soldier - Patriot Grandfathers I have so many. I am a Daughter of the American Revolution.  Adonijah Perry, Revolutionary War Soldier from Jones County, North Carolina

Colonial Soldier - Patriot Grandfathers I have so many. I am a Daughter of the American Revolution. Adonijah Perry, Revolutionary War Soldier from Jones County, North Carolina

Veiled Sculpture by Antonio Corradini (1668-1752), Venetian Rococo sculptor  (thingsworthdescribing)

Veiled Sculpture by Antonio Corradini Venetian Rococo sculptor (thingsworthdescribing)

Rogers Rangers

Rangers rendezvous with Major Rogers during a scouting mission. Rangers served in civilian clothes until when jackets made from green frieze were .

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Benedict Arnold: A Traitor, but Once a Patriot The one-time war hero chose a path of betrayal after becoming disillusioned with the cause.

Morgans Riflemen - American Revolutionary War

Morgan's Riflemen at the Battle of Cowpens, January Continental Army forces under Brigadier General Daniel Morgan in South Carolina defeated the British Army led by Colonel Banastre Tarleton, during the Southern Campaign of the American Revolutionary War.

Rogers' Rangers Standing Orders - Chris DeMuth Jr. | Seeking Alpha

Rogers Rangers possibly the most famous of the Ranger units. Its notoriety being created firstly by Rogers' own writings(he was not ashamed to put himself in the lime light) and more recently by the film Northwest Passage in 1940 starring Spencer Tracey.

"Red Coat", also often known as a "lobster back" soldier - Google Search

"Red Coat", also often known as a "lobster" soldier

AWI: Point Pleasant - 1774, by Peter Dennis. The only major conflict of Lord Dunmore's War, the Battle of Point Pleasant was fought between the militia of Virginia and American Indians of the Shawnee and Mingo tribes. Following growing tensions and a series of incidents between settlers and Native Americans, Dunmore, the last colonial governor of Virginia, and Colonel Andrew Lewis they took two armies against the tribes. The October 10, 1774 Lewis and his men resisted a fierce attack, led…

AWI: Point Pleasant - 1774, by Peter Dennis. The only major conflict of Lord Dunmore's War, the Battle of Point Pleasant was fought between the militia of Virginia and American Indians of the Shawnee and Mingo tribes. Following growing tensions and a series of incidents between settlers and Native Americans, Dunmore, the last colonial governor of Virginia, and Colonel Andrew Lewis they took two armies against the tribes. The October 10, 1774 Lewis and his men resisted a fierce attack, led…

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