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Trousers Date: ca. 1793 Culture: European Medium: linen Dimensions: Length at Side Seam: 43 in. 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, 19th Century, Look Vintage, Vintage Mode, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion

Trousers | European | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Courtesy of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, P French Revolution, Biography, 18th Century, Death, Amsterdam, Image, Biographies
French RevolutionDeathImage

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Waistcoat, Black silk taffeta, embroidered with floral motifs and flower sprays in cream silk thread, linen back. 18th Century Dress, 18th Century Costume, 18th Century Fashion, Men's Waistcoat, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion, Rococo Fashion, Haute Couture Fashion, Historical Clothing

Waistcoat

Waistcoat on The John Bright Collection

Miniature Painting of a Pretty Young Woman (item detailed views) Miniature Portraits, Miniature Paintings, Portrait Art, Portrait Paintings, Victorian History, Lovers Eyes, Victorian Farmhouse, Queen, Interesting Faces
Victorian FarmhouseQueenInteresting Faces

Miniature Painting of a Pretty Young Woman c1785 (item #1356433, detailed views)

A portrait miniature of an attractive young woman, gowned in white and painted in watercolor on natural organic material. This charming rendition is housed in a high karat gold case. The condition of the painting, as is that of the case, is excellent, with no chips, cracks, bowing, or restoration. Diminutive even by portrait miniature standards, this little gem measures 1 1/4" by 1".

  American Women, American History, Early American, American Art, Royal Academy Of Arts, Best Portraits, Fantasy Costumes, Persecution, Historical Society
Early AmericanFantasy CostumesPersecution

Philippe's good friend Benjamin Franklin was born on January Find a copy of the Old Farmer's Almanac (new or used!) and enjoy his common-sense legacy. Benjamin Franklin, Franklin Institute, John Adams, American Revolutionary War, Founding Fathers, Historical Society, France Travel, Historical Photos, Hu Ge
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Ambassador to France – Benjamin Franklin Historical Society

-born January Thetford, Norfolk, England—died June New York, New York, U. -Common Sense pamphlet and Crisis papers were important influences on the American Revolution -Common Sense was the first pamphlet to advocate American independence. American Independence, Declaration Of Independence, Declare Independence, Common Sense Pamphlet, Thomas Paine, British American, American History, American Revolutionary War, History Projects
British AmericanAmerican Revolutionary War

Thomas Paine

Portrait of Thomas Paine - Thomas Paine - Wikipedia

Portrait of Thomas Paine - Thomas Paine - Wikipedia Thomas Paine, Portrait, Portrait Illustration, Portraits, Head Shots
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Thomas Paine

Portrait of Thomas Paine - Thomas Paine - Wikipedia

Philadelphia

HSP Digital Library: Item: The House of Industry watercolor, 1870 Vintage World Maps, Industrial, Watercolor, Digital, House, Painting, Art, Pen And Wash, Art Background
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Item: The House of Industry watercolor, 1870 [3033]

Paris

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Read Morning Chronicle Newspaper Archives, Jul p. 2 with family history and genealogy records from London, Middlesex Newspaper Archives, Family History, Genealogy, London, Family Tree Chart
Family HistoryLondonFamily Tree Chart

Morning Chronicle Newspaper Archives, Jul 23, 1793, p. 2

Read Morning Chronicle Newspaper Archives, Jul 23, 1793, p. 2 with family history and genealogy records from london, middlesex 1793-1880.

London

Revolutionary War

Medicine

Binfield

New York

Bethlehem

Before the Revolution

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Greenleaf mob cap - in Western fashion - Wikipedia Shower Cap, Outdoor Wear, Cap Dress, Married Woman, Circle Shape, Silver Buttons, Country Outfits, Historical Costume
Cap DressMarried WomanHistorical Costume

1795–1820 in Western fashion

Greenleaf mob cap - 1795–1820 in Western fashion - Wikipedia

Image Liquor Cabinet, Medicine, Storage, Image, Furniture, Home Decor, Purse Storage, Decoration Home, Room Decor
ImagePurse Storage

Medicine Chest : EH101159

New Orleans in Street scene, Faubourg Marigny by Felix Achille Beaupoil de Saint Aulaire. The Historic New Orleans Collection, acc. New Orleans Homes, New Orleans Louisiana, Scandal, New Orleans History, Louisiana Purchase, Antebellum Homes, Character And Setting, New South, Napoleon
ScandalAntebellum HomesCharacter And Setting

Napoleon & New Orleans in 1821 | Shannon Selin

Though New Orleans was sympathetic to Napoleon, by 1821 the French character of the city was changing as an influx of Anglo-Americans displaced the Creoles.

Ebola Africa 2014 and Yellow Fever Philadelphia 1793 Yellow Fever, Sailing Ships, Africa, Image, Afro, Tall Ships
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Ebola Africa 2014 and Yellow Fever Philadelphia 1793

In the 18th century doctors based their diagnosis on a patient's symptoms. While treating several patients near Philadelphia's Arch Street wharf in August 1793, Dr. Benjamin Rush confronted some daunting symptoms: flushed face, high pulse, excitability bordering on delirium, as well as periods of prostration with cold clammy skin, nausea and stomach pains so severe that doctors induced vomiting and diarrhea if the fever didn't, in one case blood gushing from the nose just before death, and…

Ebola Africa 2014 and Yellow Fever Philadelphia 1793 Benjamin Rush, Arch Street, Critical Period, A Discovery Of Witches, Yellow Fever, English Artists, Founding Fathers, Historical Photos, American History
Benjamin RushCritical Period

Ebola Africa 2014 and Yellow Fever Philadelphia 1793

In the 18th century doctors based their diagnosis on a patient's symptoms. While treating several patients near Philadelphia's Arch Street wharf in August 1793, Dr. Benjamin Rush confronted some daunting symptoms: flushed face, high pulse, excitability bordering on delirium, as well as periods of prostration with cold clammy skin, nausea and stomach pains so severe that doctors induced vomiting and diarrhea if the fever didn't, in one case blood gushing from the nose just before death, and…

Lessons from History X – From London to Paris. How excessive public debt and uncontrolled financial innovation led to the bubbles of 1720 John Law, Chur, St Michael, Great Britain, 18th Century, City Photo, Innovation, Finance, Bubbles
John LawGreat BritainInnovationFinance

Lafayette named his son Georges Washington de La Fayette after George Washington, under whom he had served in the Revolutionary War and whom he also thought of as a father figure. American Revolutionary War, American War, American History, George Washington, The Duellists, Continental Army, Interesting History, Interesting Stuff, Canadian History

Adrienne de La Fayette

Adrienne de La Fayette - Wikipedia

Trousers Date: ca. 1793 Culture: European Medium: linen Dimensions: Length at Side Seam: 43 in. 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, 19th Century, Look Vintage, Vintage Mode, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion

Trousers | European | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Courtesy of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, P French Revolution, Biography, 18th Century, Death, Amsterdam, Image, Biographies
French RevolutionDeathImage

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Waistcoat, Black silk taffeta, embroidered with floral motifs and flower sprays in cream silk thread, linen back. 18th Century Dress, 18th Century Costume, 18th Century Fashion, Men's Waistcoat, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion, Rococo Fashion, Haute Couture Fashion, Historical Clothing

Waistcoat

Waistcoat on The John Bright Collection

Miniature Painting of a Pretty Young Woman (item detailed views) Miniature Portraits, Miniature Paintings, Portrait Art, Portrait Paintings, Victorian History, Lovers Eyes, Victorian Farmhouse, Queen, Interesting Faces
Victorian FarmhouseQueenInteresting Faces

Miniature Painting of a Pretty Young Woman c1785 (item #1356433, detailed views)

A portrait miniature of an attractive young woman, gowned in white and painted in watercolor on natural organic material. This charming rendition is housed in a high karat gold case. The condition of the painting, as is that of the case, is excellent, with no chips, cracks, bowing, or restoration. Diminutive even by portrait miniature standards, this little gem measures 1 1/4" by 1".

  American Women, American History, Early American, American Art, Royal Academy Of Arts, Best Portraits, Fantasy Costumes, Persecution, Historical Society
Early AmericanFantasy CostumesPersecution

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Philippe's good friend Benjamin Franklin was born on January Find a copy of the Old Farmer's Almanac (new or used!) and enjoy his common-sense legacy. Benjamin Franklin, Franklin Institute, John Adams, American Revolutionary War, Founding Fathers, Historical Society, France Travel, Historical Photos, Hu Ge
Franklin InstituteJohn AdamsAmerican Revolutionary WarFrance TravelHu Ge

Ambassador to France – Benjamin Franklin Historical Society

HSP Digital Library: Item: The House of Industry watercolor, 1870 Vintage World Maps, Industrial, Watercolor, Digital, House, Painting, Art, Pen And Wash, Art Background
Vintage World MapsPaintingArtPen And Wash

Item: The House of Industry watercolor, 1870 [3033]