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Isaiah Thomas and Paul Revere, Massachusetts Spy

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Isaiah Thomas and Paul Revere, Massachusetts Spy, Library of Congress, July 7, 1774

The Massachusetts Spy, originally the Worcester Spy, was a newspaper published by Isaiah Thomas in Boston and Worcester, Massachusetts in the 18th…

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Winslow Homer, The Country School

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Winslow Homer, The Country School, Saint Louis Art Museum, 1871

I touch the future. I teach. Christa McAuliffe, teacher and NASA space shuttle crew member Soon after the American Revolution, our founders argued…

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Guttenberg, Carl, 1743-1790, engraver, The Tea-tax-tempest, or the Anglo-American Revolution, 1778

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Guttenberg, Carl, 1743-1790, engraver, The Tea-tax-tempest, or the Anglo-American Revolution, 1778, Library of Congress, 1778

A satire expressing a Continental European view of the American Revolution, showing Father Time using a magic lantern to project the image of a teapot…

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