Nathan Greene - For I Was Thirsty
For I Was Thirsty by Nathan Greene Your Authorized Nathan Greene Dealer. Layaway in 3 equal payments of $231.67 over 60 days.
On November 16, 1776, Fort Washington was attacked by the British. John Corbin, an artilleryman, was in charge of firing a small cannon at the top of a ridge. During an assault by the Hessians, John was killed, leaving his cannon unmanned. His wife Margaret, after witnessing his death, immediately took his place at the cannon. She fired away until her arm, chest, and jaw were hit by enemy fire. The British won the Battle, and Margret, was treated as a wounded soldier & paroled.
Keith Rocco is one of the most important historical artists working today, his career and work has been likened by curators and historians to those of the great genre artists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
The Battle of Yorktown was the last major battle in the Revolutionary War. The Americans had finally won! At this battle, Lord Cornwalllis surrendered for the British.
‘New York 1776’. It shows the Hessian Fuselier Regiment Von Lossberg fording the Bronx river at the battle of White Plains, October 28th 1776, during the American War of Independence.
'George Washington (1732-99) Crossing the Delaware River, 25th December 1776, circa 1912-13' Giclee Print - Henry Mosler | Art.com
George Washington (1732-99) Crossing the Delaware River, 25th December 1776, circa 1912-13 Giclee Print by Henry Mosler. Find art you love and shop high-quality art prints, photographs, framed artworks and posters at Art.com. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.