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Rev. Levi Hayes a Revolutionary War veteran picture among several other vets

The Revolutionary War Veterans Who Lived Long Enough to Have Their Pictures Taken

REV LEVI HAYES A fifer in a Connecticut regiment that raced toward West Point to protect it from an impending attack

Daniel Spencer (May 26, 1759 - 1854) a shoemaker, began his service in Capt. John McGregier's Company of the 4th Infantry Regiment, Connecticut Continental Line on July 8, 1780, exactly one month before turning 21. The outfit had suffered through the harsh winter at Valley Forge. He was among men sent to capture the turncoat Benedict Arnold.

Daniel Spencer-A member of the elite Sheldon’s Dragoons. He sat up all night fanning his commanding officer, Captain George Hurlbut, who had been shot in a fight during which the British captured a supply ship.

The oldest photograph of a U.S. President: Remarkable 1843 image of John Quincy Adams. . . that he called 'hideous'   This picture of John Quincy Adams was bought for 50 cents in an antique shop. It was taken in 1843

The oldest photograph of a U.S. President: Remarkable 1843 image of John Quincy Adams. . . that he called 'hideous'

# The oldest photograph of a U. President: Remarkable 1843 image of John Quincy Adams. that he called 'hideous' This picture of John Quincy Adams was bought for 50 cents in an antique shop. It was taken in 1843

Revolutionary War Veterans CDVs   Lot of 5, all with backmark of N.A. & R. Moore; each depicting a different Revolutionary War Vet, including Alexander Millener, Aged 104; Lemuel Cook, Aged 105; William Hutchings, Aged 100; Samuel Downing, Aged 102; and Daniel Waldo, Aged 102, all with printed copyright information below, dated 1864.

Revolutionary War Veterans CDVs Lot of 5, all with backmark of N.A. & R. Moore; each depicting a different Revolutionary War Vet, including Alexander Millener, Aged 104; Lemuel Cook, Aged 105; William Hutchings, Aged 100; Samuel Downing, Aged 102; and Daniel Waldo, Aged 102, all with printed copyright information below, dated 1864.

Revolutionary War Survivor.    1/6 Plate daguerreotype of a senior gentleman and his cane. He very well may have been alive during the American Revolution. He is holding an unusual cane. Terrific lighting and clothes.

Plate daguerreotype of a senior gentleman and his cane. He very well may have been alive during the American Revolution. He is holding an unusual cane. Terrific lighting and clothes.

Stop and Smell the.....Children: Economics Picture Books for 3rd Grade

Children's literature Standard: Explain the concept of opportunity cost as it relates to making a saving or spending choice. Stop and Smell the.Children: Economics Picture Books for Grade

Conrad Heyer (1749-1856) was a Revolutionary War veteran thought to be the earliest-born person to be photographed. He served under George Washington

New York or Washington circa "General Hugh Brady, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing three-quarters left, in military uniform." Half-plate daguerreotype from the studio of Mathew Brady.

Benjamin Franklin Playing the Armonica

Benjamin Franklin Playing the Armonica

Benjamin Franklin playing one of his inventions, a mechanical form of musical glasses called the "armonica.

Peter Francisco - Revolutionary war hero from the Azores

Peter Francisco (c. 1760 – January known variously as the "Virginia Giant" or the "Giant of the Revolution" (and occasionally as the "Virginia Hercules"), was an American patriot and soldier in the American Revolutionary War.

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