American Revolutionary war

the american war of independence & uniforms of the american revolution time frame
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a sign with an image of a snake on it's back and the words, 9
The Snakes of the American Revolution
Vintage propaganda poster from the American Revolution.
George Washington and the Continental army bombarding Yorktown Canada, People, American Revolutionary War, American Presidents, American Patriot, American Independence
George Washington and the Continental army bombarding Yorktown
Cowpens, SC 2010 | Flickr - Photo Sharing! American, Troops, Native American Pictures, Hush Hush, America
Cowpens, SC 2010
Cowpens, SC 2010 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Militiaman Indiana, Mountain Man Rendezvous, American Frontier, West Art, American Art
Militiaman
AMERICAN BLOOD Frontiersman, The Revolutionary War
Revolutionary War Gallery — DAN NANCE
AMERICAN BLOOD
a painting of men in uniforms standing around
Nathan Hale is known as the spy whose one regret was having just one life to lose for his country. He's also a bit of a myth. The real Hale was courageous, but nonetheless got caught because he couldn't tell a lie to save his life. Literally. Not the best spy material.
Arms not muskets In Boston, Concord, Lexington, The Unit, Liberty
Arms not muskets
an image of a man that is sitting in front of some bags and suitcases
American war of Independence Redcoats
Flintlock and tomahawk: American war of Independence Redcoats
two men in uniforms riding on horses next to another man with birds flying above them
General Lafayette during the Yorktown , Virginia campaign of 1781, by Don Troiani.
British redcoat infantry during the American War of Independence British
British redcoat infantry during the American War of Independence
a painting of a man standing next to a horse in the snow with his dog
Lest We Forget
George Washington in Prayer
The Battle of Cowpens fought on January 17, 1781 was a decisive victory by the Continental Army forces under Brigadier General Daniel Morgan, in the Southern campaign of the American Revolutionary War over the British Army led by Colonel Banastre Tarleton. It was a turning point in the reconquest of South Carolina from the British. It took place in northwestern Cherokee County, South Carolina, north of the city of Cowpens. Jakarta, Cherokee County, Cops
The Battle of Cowpens fought on January 17, 1781 was a decisive victory by the Continental Army forces under Brigadier General Daniel Morgan, in the Southern campaign of the American Revolutionary War over the British Army led by Colonel Banastre Tarleton. It was a turning point in the reconquest of South Carolina from the British. It took place in northwestern Cherokee County, South Carolina, north of the city of Cowpens.