Washington Inspecting the Captured Colors After the Battle of Trenton

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Harrison W. Mark
by Edward Percy Moran
published on 01 February 2024
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George Washington inspects the colors captured from the Hessians following the Battle of Trenton (26 December 1776). Reproduction of a painting of Edward Percy Moran, lithograph by Hayes Litho. Co. Buffalo, N.Y., August 1914.

Library of Congress, Washington D.C.

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Moran, E. P. (2024, February 01). Washington Inspecting the Captured Colors After the Battle of Trenton. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/18421/washington-inspecting-the-captured-colors-after-th/

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