Historic Harrington Square in downtown Rockingham NC
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Harrington Square, in historic downtown Rockingham (the entire historic district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places!) North Carolina.
A cool look at Harrington Square from the (soap-filled) square fountain! Rockingham NC, Richmond County
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Revolutionary war costume
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A bookstore owner, he joined the Continental Army at age 21 and later served under General George Washington in the AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
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Revolutionary war uniforms...
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Revolutionary War Drummer
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American drummer playing in foreground, in the smokey distance a Continental soldier is on guard next to the American Flag. Shot at Yorktown Battlefield
Revolutionary War Drummer....our family has been in a fife and drum corps for 14 years; 2 drummers, 3 fifers and a Sgt. of the Guard
American drummer and a Continental soldier next to the American Flag.
Revolutionary War Drummer-Happy Independence Happy, Happy 4th
Drummer - gonna write a revolutionary war book someday.
Revolutionary War Drummer- photo idea
American Revolutionary War Drummer
Drummer and the American Flag.
Revolutionary War Monument, Lexington Battle Green, Massachusetts
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Revolutionary War Monument, Lexington Battle Green, Minute Man National Historical Park, Lexington, Massachusetts
Revolutionary War Monument, Lexington Battle Green, Massachusetts Several of my ancestors fought here that day, and one, Jonathan Harrington, died.
Revolutionary War Monument, Lexington Battle Green, Massachusetts.
Zion's UCC Church, where the Liberty Bell was hidden during the Revolutionary War
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Zion's UCC Church,in Allentown, Pennsylvania, where the Liberty Bell was hidden during the Revolutionary War
Iglesia de Sión, donde la Campana de la Libertad fue escondida durante la Guerra de la Independencia. En septiembre de 1777, a causa de la guerra revolucionaria, los británicos estaban intentando entrar a Filadelfia, la campana fue trasladada al norte, al pueblo de Northamptontown (actual Allentown). La ocultaron en el sótano de la iglesia de los Viejos de Zion, donde permaneció hasta 1778.
In June 1778, a 700 wagon caravan escorted the Liberty Bell on its return to Phila from Allentown along Towamencin's Allentown Road. Nine months earlier, when British troops threatened to capture the city, the bell had been whisked into hiding via the same route. Zion's UCC Church Allentown, PA, is where the Liberty Bell was hidden during the Revolutionary War ^
Zion's UCC Church, where the Liberty Bell was hidden during the Revolutionary War. || Pennsylvania ▪ USA
Daniel Morgan, Revolutionary General, Patriot, Established first sniper-focused, rifle-teams tactics in the history of US infantry.
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Brigadier General Daniel Morgan (1736 - 1832), was an American pioneer, soldier and U.S. Representative from Virginia. One of the most famous battlefield tacticians of the Revolutionary War, he later commanded troops during the suppression of the Whiskey Rebellion.
Daniel Morgan, Revolutionary General, Patriot, Established first sniper-focused, rifle-team tactics in the history of US infantry. American Revolutionary War.
General Daniel Morgan (1736-1802). -fought in French and Indian War, then commanded a Virginia Regiment in the American Revolution, specializing in "guerrilla tactics" and fought in several of the most pivotal battles of the war.
Daniel Morgan, United States Representative from Virginia and a gifted battlefield tacticians of the American Revolutionary War.
Daniel Morgan (July 6, 1736 – July 6, 1802) - United States Representative from Virginia, and one of the most gifted battlefield tacticians of the American Revolutionary War. - wife Abigail Curry (1743 - May 20, 1816)
Daniel Morgan (1736-1802). Born in New Jersey, moved to Virginia in 1753. Served with Montgomery and Arnold in Canada and at the siege of Quebec. Commanded a corps of 500 riflemen "sharpshooters," and fought valiantly at Saratoga. He was repeatedly passed over for advancement and resigned from the army in disgust. Following the debacle at Camden, he came back to serve; at Cowpens, SC, in January 1781, defeated a veteran British force. He commanded militia during the Whiskey Rebellion in 1794.
Daniel Morgan, Revolutionary War Hero. Progeny of Welsh immigrants to Pennsylvania
Brigadier General Daniel Morgan of the American Revolutionary War
Revolutionary War drum
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Revolutionary War drum: “Build it and they will drum.” Dedicated to research, study and comparisons of field drums. Our purpose is to collect information about historical U.S. drums (manufacture, preservation, conservancy, repair, market) for use by scholars, collectors and others.
Revolutionary War drum: "Isaac Golden / E Pluribus Unum"
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American Revolutionary War drum.
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A Revolutionary War drum
Tombstone of Kate Barry, Revolutionary War patriot and spy.
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Tombstone of Kate Barry, Revolutionary War spy and patriot, who lived at Walnut Grove Plantation in Roebuck, S.C.
Monument to defenders of Fort Moultrie during Revolutionary War
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Monument to defenders of Fort Moultrie during Revolutionary War, Charleston, SC
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Revolutionary War artifact. Rear view of white linen waistcoat.
revolutionary war artifact. Rear view of white linen waistcoat.
revolutionary war artifact. The back of white linen waistcoat.
Revolutionary war artifact.
Revolutionary war artifact
American Revolutionary War Soldier
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This link takes you to a listing of Patriots to the American Revolution. John Adam Summer of South Carolina (my husband's 7th Great Grandpa) is listed. Also, the DAR records indicate that John Adam "furnished supplies" to the forward the cause of Liberty!
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Tough old Revolutionary War patriot; date is Battle of Lexington and Concord -- The day "the embattled farmers stood and fired the shot heard round the world."
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Just found out about this guy. How there isn't a book on his life, I don't know. I'd totally read it b/c I'm a history nerd like that.
Samuel Whittemore was the oldest known colonial combatant in the American Revolutionary War...and fought like an epic action movie hero.
What has been described as a giant middle finger of a monument: Samuel Whittemore's tombstone [in MA] with the inscription "Near this spot, Samuel Whittemore, then 80 years old, killed three British soldiers, April 19, 1775. He was shot, bayoneted, beaten and left for dead, but recovered and lived to be 98 years of age." (actually he was 78/79, but what's a couple years?)
Samuel Whittemore: The Solid Snake of the American Revolutionary War. Samuel Whittemore was an American farmer and soldier. He was 78 years of age when he became the oldest known colonial combatant in the American Revolutionary War.
Samuel Whittemore: 1695 - 1793. The Massachusetts legislature declared him an official state hero in 2005.
Samuel Whittemore (July 27, 1694 - February 3, 1793) was an English-American farmer and soldier. He was eighty years of age when he became the oldest known colonial combatant in the American Revolutionary War (1775-83).
Samuel Whittemore Happy to find this! I am a direct descendent of this man. (Maiden name being Whittemore). This is a fascinating story if you can find it on the Internet. A hardy soul!!
Samuel Whittemore, Revolutionary War hero. On 4/18/1776 he was shot, bayoneted and left for dead by the British. But he survived and lived to be 98.
On the Square in Rockingham, NC (Richmond County)
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Esther Reed (October 22, 1746 September 18, 1780) She was a patriot who founded the Ladies of Philadelphia, to aid the Revolutionary War.
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Esther De Berdt Reed, organized a fund- raising drive among the women of Philadelphia in support of the Continental Army.
date missing but obviously 1770s, Ester De Berdt (1746-1780) (Mrs. Joseph Reed) by Charles Willson Peale (1741-1827)
Esther De Berdt Reed, American Patriot and founder of the Ladies Association of Philadelphia
1780 Revolutionary Women's Relief Effort of Esther De Berdt (1746-1780) (Mrs. Joseph Reed)
Esther de Berdt Reed is Born - On This Day in History - October 22, 1746
Esther Reed (October 22, 1746 September 18, 1780)
The battle that took place at Musgrove Mill on August 19, 1780 was a short (about 30 minutes) but very bloody battle. The brief battle was between a small detachment of Colonial Patriots against a larger group of British Loyalists. But despite the odds, the Patriots were victorious and the battle was considered an important turning point in the war. Learn more about the history of UpcountrySC at http://www.upcountrysc.com/explore/attractions/historic.php
Musgrove Mill State Historic Site is home to the Revolutionary War Battle, the Battle of Musgrove Mill. The battle, in which the vastly outnumbered Patriot militia outlasted the Loyalists in an unlikely defeat, is detailed through interpretive signage in the visitor center and along two and a half miles of nature trails. Located just off I-26 Exit 52.
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The Revolutionary War Comes Alive at Musgrove Mill (a site in upstate SC, one of the places the Overmountain Men engaged Loyalist forces, August 1780)
The Battle of Musgrove Mill. War reenactment August 18
The Revolutionary War Comes Alive at Musgrove Mill
Capt Benjamin Merrill (1731 - 1771) Hillsboro, NC-where Capt. Merrell was tortured and hanged by Governer Tryon for his acts of patriotism against pre-revolutionary war English occupation