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ARTFINDER: And you think maybe you'll trust him by Gugi Gu - READY TO HANG.

And you think maybe you'll trust him , 2014 by Gugi Gu

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ARTFINDER: Lemons II by Fiona Halliday - Lemons are a recurring motif in my work, I always find them a pleasure to paint, with their vivid colour, character and form. They have a beautiful simplicit...

Lemons II, 2013 by Fiona Halliday

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Mohawk Indian Thayendanega, also known as Joseph Brant, served in the British army as an interpreter of native languages during the Revolutionary War.

B. Franklin of Philadelphia L.L.D. F.R.S.

National Anti-Slavery Standard was the official weekly newspaper of the American Anti-Slavery Society, an abolitionist society founded in 1833 by William Lloyd Garrison and Arthur Tappan to spread their movement across the nation with printed materials. Frederick Douglass was a key leader of this society and often addressed meetings at its New York City headquarters.

This carte de visite of Daniel Frederick Bakeman commemorates his status as the last living Revolutionary War soldier in 1868. Bakeman died the following year. This image was widely available in the 19th century and Bakeman is generally accepted as the last living Revolutionary War soldier, but there is one problem: Other lesser-known men outlived him and were photographed. One such man was John Kitts of Baltimore, who died in September 1870.

The American Revolution - (John Paul Jones) Born 07/06/1747 in Kirkcudbright, Scotland Died 07/18/1792 in Paris, France Jones took part in several gallant actions in the early stages of the war off the North American continent. On 10 May 1777, he was ordered to his first command, the Providence. Later he commanded a squadron with the Alfred as his flagship. On 14 June 1777, Congress appointed Jones to command the Ranger, building at Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Early American Timeline Project freebie - students cut out cards (2nd page) with a dozen events from early American history. They research the correct order, glue them in place, record the dates, and write a brief summary of each event.

Samuel Downing, age 102 ~ photo taken in 1864 at which time he was one of the few remaining survivors of the American Revolution.

Rufus Putnam - (April 9, 1738–May 4, 1824) was a officer during the French and Indian War, and a general in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. He was instrumental in the initial settling of the Ohio Country following the war.After the shots at The battle of Lexington were fired, Putnam immediately enlisted the same day, on April 19, 1775, in one of Massachusett's first revolutionary regiments. Putnam. He later enlisted in the Continental Army as a Lieutenant Colonel

David Bushnell - Revolutionary War patriot and inventor of "The American Turtle," the first known submarine.David , was an American inventor during the Revolutionary War. He is credited with creating the first submarine used in combat, while studying at Yale University in 1775. He called it the Turtle because of its look in the water. His idea of using water as ballast for submerging and raising his submarine is still in use today, as is the screw propeller, which was first used in the Turtle.

John Paul Jones

Dutch illustration, 1904: Servingmaid in Willemstad, the capital city of Curaçao. The Netherlands had colonies for three hundred years in the Caribbean and coastal South America, where slavery flourished until the 1860's.