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loss of basic Braddock, in the French and Indian War, in Virginia, in 1755. Hardwood engraving in Ballou"s pictorial Drawing-Room Companion July 7, 1855.

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Reproduction number: LC-USZ62-1473
Life the George Washington. The soldier. (Battle of the Monongahela). Lithograph by Lemercier, 1854, after ~ Stearns.Reproduction number: LC-USZC4-3645 (color movie copy transparency)
sir William Johnson, significant General that the English forces in America. (Three-quarter length). Mezzotint by Spooner 1756, after ~ T. Adams. Reproduction number: LC-USZ62-2695
A view of Louisburg in phibìc America, taken close to the lighthouse when that city was besieged in 1758. Sculpture by P. Canot, 1762, after ~ Capt. Ince the the 35th Reg"t.Reproduction number: LC-USZ62-2771
A see of the acquisition of Quebeck by the English forces command by Gen. Wolfe, Sep. 13th, 1759. Engraving in London Magazine, 1760.Reproduction number: LC-USZ62-47
major General James Wolfe. Commander in chief of His Majesty"s Quebec. (Half-length) Mezzotint through Ch. Spooner ~ H. SmithReproduction number: LC-USZ62-263
general Wolfe eliminated at the siege of Quebec, September 14, 1759. Engraving released by W. & J. Stratford, 1792.Reproduction number: LC-USZ62-53
The death of basic Wolfe. Sculpture by Wm. Woollett, 1776, after B. West.

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Reproduction number: LC-USZ62-111
Mort de Montcalm. Aquatint through Moret, 1789, ~ Desfontaines.Reproduction number: LC-USZ62-106

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