The American Revolution: A History in Documents

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Albany Institute of History and Art: 40; Lyman Allyn Art Museum at Connecticut College: 126; Courtesy American Antiquarian Society: 18, 19, 24, 26, 35, 64, 80, 99, 152, 157, 158, 159 (bottom), 160 (left); American Philosophical Society Library: 48; Bequest of Beatrice Constance (Turner) Maynard in memory of Winthrop Sargent © 2003 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: 156 (bottom right); Bequest of Charles Hitchcock Tyler © 2003 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: 161 (middle); Bequest of David P. Kimball © 2003 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: 20; Bequest of Mrs. Pauline Revere Thayer © 2003 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: 157 (bottom right); Gift by Subscription and Francis Bartlett Fund © 2003 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: 159 (top); Gift of Joseph W. Revere, William B. Revere and Edward H.R. Revere © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: 154; Gift of the Owners of the old Boston Museum © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: 139; Boston Public Library: 131;Courtesy of the John Carter Brown Library at Brown University: 43, 79; Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas, Parson Weems' Fable, 1939, by Grant Wood, oil on canvas, 1970.43: 167;Clements Library at University of Michigan: cover; Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Williamsburg, Va.: 23; Courtesy of Billy Graham Center Museum, Wheaton, IL: 135; Courtesy of Harvard University Portrait Collection, Bequest of Ward Nicholas Bolyston to Harvard College, 1828, Photo by Kallsen Katya: 113;The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia: 65, 133; The Huntington Library, San Marino, CA: 136; Independence National Historical Park: 165; The Library Company of Philadelphia: 16, 141; Library of Congress: frontispiece (LC-USZ62–126500), 28 (LC-USZ62–45528), 31 (LC-USZC4–4604), 37 (LC-USZ62–48565), 39 (LOC 308555), 47 (LCUSZ62–12302), 56, 61, 67 (LOC 316673), 70 (LCUSZ62–7714), 75 (LC-USZC4–51681), 87 (LCUSZ62–125642), 93 (LC-USZ61–202), LC-USZ61202, 115 (LC-USZ62–308445), 121, 128, 134, 143 (LC-USZ62–10293), 144, 178 (LC-USZ62–4891), 187 (LC-USZ62–99705), 191 (LC-USZ62–119360); Massachusetts Historical Society: 21, 33, 52, 124, 156 (left), 161 (bottom); All rights reserved, The Metropolitan Museum of Art: 25; 174 (Gift of John S. Kennedy, 1897 (97.34)); Museum of the Confederacy Richmond, Virginia: 181; National Archives, 53, 76 (48-GW-0448); 109 (241-PatentRES 724), 173; The Washington Family by Edward Savage, 1789–1796, oil on canvas, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Andrew W. Mellon Collection, Image © 2003 Board of Trustees: 168 (top); National Museum of American History: 168 (bottom); National Park Service: 91, 147; National Portrait Gallery: 183; National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC/ArtResource, NY: 110; © Collection of the New-York Historical Society: 49, 86, 97; New York Public Library: 60 (McAlpern Collection), 68, 90, 115, 122, 162, 170; Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management: 83; Courtesy of the Osher Map Library, University of Southern Maine: 175; Collection, Paul Revere Memorial Association: 160 (top right), 161 (top left), 157 (bottom left); Photograph Courtesy Peabody Essex Museum: 92; © Réunion des Musées Nationaux Art Resource, NY: 184; Courtesy of Terra Foundation for the Arts, Chicago: 150; The Virginia Historical Society: 82; Courtesy, Winterthur Museum: titlepage, 10, 100; Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts, Gift of Mrs. Warren R. Gilman: 156 (top right), Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts, gift from The Paul Revere Life Insurance Company, a subsidiary of UnumProvident Corporation161 (top right); Worcester Historical Museum: 160 (bottom right); Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection: 105

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