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Gen. Washington (on the battle field at Trenton) / engraved by W. Warner from the original picture by Col. John Trumbull in possession of Yale College N. Haven.

Gen. Washington (on the battle field at Trenton) / engraved by W. Warner from the original picture by Col. John Trumbull in possession of Yale College N. Haven.

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Summary

Print showing General George Washington, full-length portrait, standing, facing left, wearing military uniform; he is holding a telescope in his right hand while an aide manages his horse behind him; shown in the background is the battle at Assunpink Creek.
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Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1845, by John Dainty in the Clerks office of the District court of the Eastern district of Pennsylvania.
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01/01/1845
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Warner, William, approximately 1813-1848, engraver
Trumbull, John, 1756-1843, artist
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