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The Founding Fathers’ Temple WorkSince tomorrow is Independence Day, I thought I might say a word about our Founding Fathers. We are deeply indebted to all the noble men and women who sacrificed their lives to establish this country of the United States of America some 232 years a - Latter-day Saint Blogs is a portal for mainstream blogs about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, blogs by mainstream church members on topics other than the Church, and syndicated content from…
Sir Joshua Reynolds | Captain George K. H. Coussmaker (1759–1801) | The Met
George Kein Hayward Coussmaker was born in London in 1759. His father, Evert Coussmaker, died in 1763, and his mother, Mary, was remarried, to Sir Thomas Hales, Baronet, of Howlett, Kent. In 1776, George joined the First Regiment of Foot Guards as ensign and lieutenant, the lowest commissioned rank; he was promoted to the rank of lieutenant and captain in 1778, and to that of captain and lieutenant colonel in 1788
An officer of the 4th Regiment of Foot (Thomas Gainsborough - )
An officer of the 4th Regiment of Foot [and his faithful hound] c.1780, by Thomas Gainsborough - The Athenaeum -
Sloppes, Merchant and Navy Uniforms
John Paul Jones was the best sea captain for the Americans during the Revolutionary War. He won the most famous sea battle of the war. He attacked a convoy of British Navy warships escorting supply ships. The battle lasted three and a half hours. His ship Bonhomme Richard was so badly damaged that he sailed away on the enemy's ship the Serapis.
Sir Henry Clinton, British Commander in Chief during the American Revolution, 1762-1765, Attributed to Soldi, Andrea (Italian painter, ca. 1703-1771, active in Great Britain)
Battle of Trenton
George Washington’s iconic victory on 26th December 1776 over Colonel Rahl’s Hessian troops after crossing the frozen Delaware River; the battle that re-invigorated the American Revolution
Washington & Generals by Granger
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1 June 1794, 220 years ago, 400 miles west of Ushant, the first major fleet action of the Revolutionary Wars was fought between two huge British and French squadrons, known as the Glorious First of June or Bataille du 13 prairial an 2 or simply as the Third Battle of Ushant.
'The Surrender of General John Burgoyne at the Battle of Saratoga, 7th October 1777' Giclee Print - Fauvel | Art.com
The Surrender of General John Burgoyne at the Battle of Saratoga, 7th October 1777 Giclee Print by Fauvel. Find art you love and shop high-quality art prints, photographs, framed artworks and posters at Art.com. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
Battle of Long Island
The disastrous defeat of the Americans on 27th August 1776 leading to the loss of New York and the retreat to the Delaware River
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Sept 15, 1776: British Gen. William Howe lands about 12,000 men in lower Manhattan, quickly taking over New York City during the American Revolution. Although the Continental Army troops withdrew to Harlem Heights, ceding control of New York City, Gen. George Washington defeated the British the following day in the Battle of Harlem Heights. Despite the victory, the British would hold New York City until the war ended in 1783.