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George Wythe to Thomas Jefferson, November 11, 1776, British Troop Movements in New York

[Fort La Fayette on Verplancks Point, with British and Hessian troop positions.

Thomas Jefferson, October 1780, Notes for Instructions to Abraham Bowman on Troop Deployment

Adams Hoops, August 16, 1780, Report on British Troop Strength at Battle of Camden; with Memorandum

Return of the troop of cavalry, commanded by [blank] in the [blank] battalion, and [blank] regiment in the county of [blank] 18 [blank].

Peter Francisco's gallant action with nine of Tarleton's cavalry in sight of a troop of four hundred men

[Officer from the First Troop, Philadelphia, facing forward, head turned toward right standing before soldier holding horse and another on horseback] / J.R. Smith, Phila., Pa., 1839.

[Officer from the First Troop, Philadelphia, seated by a tent in which a writing desk is visible. A soldier marches with a rifle nearby] / J.R. Smith, 1839, Phila.

[Soldier from the First City Troop, Philadelphia, in uniform and helmet with a plume, standing on a bluff over looking a river, perhaps the Schuylkill or the Delaware] / J.R. Smith, 1839, Phila.

Melodies of Bancker's troop of Sable Brothers

[Design drawing for stained glass window for Fort Monmouth Post Chapel in Ft. Monmouth, New Jersey, showing Lancet in rectangle with Prodigal Son and Good Shepherd. Also, Troop Command Patch to be added to bottom]

[Map of Battlefield--gun and troop placement]

[Brothers Private Stephen D. and Private Moses M. Boynton of Co. C, Beaufort District Troop, Hampton Legion South Carolina Cavalry Battalion, with pistol]

[Preliminary sketch of the battle of Gettysburg showing troop positions, July 2, 1863].

Desperate hand to hand combat between Union Cavalry, commanded by Gen. Averill [i.e. Averell] and Stuart's Rebel Troop, at Killey's Ford [i.e. Kelly's Ford], on the Rappahannock, Va., March 17 [1863]

Armory of First City Troop - escorted Washington and every president since / Jas. F. Queen.

[Fisheye view of Chattanooga and vicinity showing troop positions in 1863].

[Preliminary sketch of the battle of Gettysburg showing troop positions, July 2, 1863].

[Pencil sketches of Confederate troop positions along the Furnace Road south of Chancellorsville, on the "night of May 1st" and "May 2nd" 1863].

Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 21, 1863 (Notes on Military Troop Strength)

Armory of the First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry / Jas. Queen del.

[Union troop positions east of Dallas, Georgia, May 25-June 5, 1864].

[Troop positions in Georgia].

[Union troop positions north of Dallas, Georgia, May 25-June 5, 1864].

[Union troop positions at Peach Tree Creek, Georgia, July 20, 1864].

[Union troop positions at Dallas and New Hope Church, Georgia, May 25-June 5, 1864].

[Union troop positions northwest of Marietta, Georgia, June 10-July 3, 1864].

[Union troop positions northwest of Marietta, Georgia, June? 1864].

[Union troop positions east of Dallas, Georgia, May 25-June 5, 1864].

[Map of the Union troop positions southwest of Marietta, Georgia, June 10-July 3, 1864].

[Union troop positions west of Marietta, Georgia, June? 1864].

Troop ships for the Philippines /

Troop A, Ninth U.S. Cavalry - Famous Indian fighters

[Soldier and eagle mascot beside "H" Troop flag]

Troop K, 10th U.S. Cavalry on the march [on horseback], Chickamauga Park, Ga.

Ninth U.S. Cavalry: Troop A - famous Indian fighters [on horseback]

Troop C, Vol. Cavalry from Brooklyn, Camp Alger, Va.

Troop A, Ninth U.S. Cavalry - famous Indian fighters

Troop K, 10th U.S. Cavalry, Chickamauga Battlefield, Ga.

Troop D 5th U.S. Cavalry lining up for dinner, Mayaguaz [sic], P.R.

Troop movements in Richmond, Petersburg, Appomattox area, April 1865 /

American troop train, Siberia

President's Escort, Troop A, Inauguration of McKinley, 1901

[Russian railroad troop transport and soldiers crashing through ice]

The White Troop at Drill, Fort Yellowstone, National Park

Marching band (left) and troop inspection (right) at the Nebraska National Guard Encampment, Kearney, Nebraska

Field battery and troop sections of West Point Cadet Corps in inaugural parade, Washington, D.C., March 4, 1905 / Universal View Co.

Sea Girt Tyro winners seated on steps - A.M. Poindexter, G.W. Kisner, G.J. Nordell, 2nd troop N.J.N.G.

Sea Girt -- 1000-yard range souvenir match (Troop A. & 7th Reg't N.Y.N.G. men)

Troop A, Ohio -- President's escort MCH. 4109

Troop A, Ohio National Guard on Capitol ground during Taft inauguration, Mar. 4, 1909

Flag of Phila. troop of Light Horse in 1775 when they escorted Gen'l Washington to N.Y.

U.S. Army horse stunts, B Troop, 15th U.S. Cavalry, Frostburg, Md., 1909

U.S. Army horse stunts, B Troop, 15th U.S. Cavalry, Frostburg, Md., 1909

Black horse troop - Culver Military Academy

[Parade float: troop 248, Washington, D.C.]

Essex troop

Inauguration, 1913; black horse troop

INAUGURAL PARADES. ESSEX TROOP OF NEW JERSEY

CULVER MILITARY ACADEMY. BLACK HORSE TROOP, PERSONAL ESCORT TO VICE PRESIDENT MARSHALL AT INAUGURATION

CULVER MILITARY ACADEMY. BLACK HORSE TROOP, PERSONAL ESCORT TO VICE PRESIDENT MARSHALL AT INAUGURATION

Cavalry troop, Ft. Myer, [Arlington, Virginia], 6/24/14

Cavalry troop, Ft. Myer, [Arlington, Virginia], 6/24/14

Cavalry troop, Ft. Myer, [Arlington, Virginia], 6/24/14

Cavalry troop, Ft. Myer, [Arlington, Virginia], 6/24/14

Cavalry troop, Ft. Myer, [Arlington, Virginia], 6/24/14

Troop E., 13th Cav. & Filibusters caught, 8/2/15

Filibusters captured near Fort Hancock by E Troop, 13th Cav., 8/2/15

Fort Hancock, Tex., Hdq'rs E Troop, 13th Cav.

Troop "A", Michigan State Troops

GIRL SCOUTS. TROOP #1. MRS. JULIETTE LOW, FOUNDER, RIGHT; ELENORE PUTSSKE, CENTER; EVALINE GLANCE, 2ND FROM RIGHT

GIRL SCOUTS. TROOP #1. MRS. JULIETTE LOW, FOUNDER, RIGHT; ELENORE PUTSSKE, CENTER; EVALINE GLANCE, 2ND FROM RIGHT

U.S. troop ship in Vladivostock

The charter member of the Red Cross Boy Scout Troop Paris. The Charter Member of the AMERICAN RED CROSS Paris. Troop of Boy Scouts

[803rd Pioneer Infantry Battalion on the U.S.S. Philippine (troop ship) from Brest harbor, France, July 18, 1919]. no. 4, U.S.S. Imperator (one of the largest ships afloat) taken from the U.S.S. Philippine at Brest

Troop A, N.J.R. at Denville, N.J., Aug. 10, 1919

[803rd Pioneer Infantry Battalion on the U.S.S. Philippine (troop ship) from Brest harbor, France, July 18, 1919]. no. 3, 803rd P. Inf. Band

[803rd Pioneer Infantry Battalion on the U.S.S. Philippine (troop ship) from Brest harbor, France, July 18, 1919]. no. 32

[803rd Pioneer Infantry Battalion on the U.S.S. Philippine (troop ship) from Brest harbor, France, July 18, 1919]. U.S.S. Philippine

[803rd Pioneer Infantry on the U.S.S. Philippine (troop ship), from Brest harbor, France, July 18, 1919]. no. 34

[803rd Pioneer Infantry Battalion on the U.S.S. Philippine (troop ship) from Brest Harbor, France, July 18, 1919] no. 30, U.S.S. Philippine

[803rd Pioneer Infantry Battalion on the U.S.S. Philippine (troop ship), from Brest harbor, France, July 18, 1919] no. 15, Part of 4000 troops on U.S.S. Philippine

[803rd Pioneer Infantry Battalion on the U.S.S. Philippine (troop ship) from Brest harbor, France, July 18, 1919]. no. 2[...], Sun bath, U.S.S. Philippine

[803rd Pioneer Infantry Battalion on the U.S.S. Philippine (troop ship) from Brest harbor, France, July 18, 1919]

[803rd Pioneer Infantry Battalion on the U.S.S. Philippine (troop ship) from Brest harbor, France, July 18, 1919]. no. 27, Waiting to sight land (only 10 days more)

[803rd Pioneer Infantry Battalion on the U.S.S. Philippine (troop ship) from Brest harbor, France, July 18, 1919]. U.S.S. Philippine

[803rd Pioneer Infantry Battalion on the U.S.S. Philippine (troop ship), from Brest harbor, France, July 18, 1919]. no. 14, Bugler's blues

[803rd Pioneer Infantry Battalion on the U.S.S. Philippine (troop ship), from Brest harbor, France, July 18, 1919]. no. 2, Landing troops aboard U.S.S. Philippine from lighter in Brest Harbor

[803rd Pioneer Infantry Battalion on the U.S.S. Philippine (troop ship) from Brest harbor, France, July 18, 1919]. no. 29

[803rd Pioneer Infantry Battalion on the U.S.S. Philippine (troop ship) from Brest harbor, France, July 18, 1919]. no. 29

Mrs. Coolidge eating cookies presented by a New York Girl Scout troop

Mrs. Coolidge eating cookies presented by a New York Girl Scout troop

Sergeant Frank W. Smith of Troop F, 3rd Cavalry, Ft. Myer, Va., one of the best horsemen of the fort, taking the jumps over a human bar composed of the arms of 2 fellow troopers

The fifteenth anniversary of the founding of th[...] Scout organization in America will be observed throughout the country on February, 15th. A picked troop of scouts wi[...] and national officers called on President Coolidge, who [...] Honorary President of the Boy Scouts, today at the White House. In center of group, left to right, L.A. Snead, L.C. Dra[...] President Coolidge, E.D. Shaw and Colin H. Livingston, [...] of the National Boy Scout Organization

Jap[anese] color troop

United States rifle champion receives medal from Assistant Secretary of War. The Assistant Secretary of War, Col. Patrick J. Hurley, who is also president of the National Rifle Association, pinning on Sergeant Jens. B. Jenson, Troop "A", 7th Calvary, the medal for the National Individual Rifle Match which he recently won at the National Matches at Camp Perry, Ohio. The Chief of Staff of the Army, General Charles P. Summerall, is shown on right. Sgt. Jensen was also presented with the Daniel Boone Trophy

National Cathedral exteriors. Boy Scout troop at National Cathedral I

Fort Myer cavalry troop wins much coveted Goodrich Trophy. The Goodrich Trophy, awarded annually to the United States cavalry troop showing the best all around performance, was won this year by Troop E., 3rd Cavalry of Fort Myer, VA. In this photograph, Maj. Gen. Guy V. Henry, (left) U.S. Chief of Cavalry, is shown presenting the trophy to Capt. A.M. Shelton, who is in command of Troop E

National Cathedral exteriors. Boy Scout troop at National Cathedral II

Scouts present president with buffalo horn as birthday gift. President Hoover will be 56 years old on Sunday, August 10. Representative Boy Scouts of the District of Columbia presented him with a buffalo horn as a birthday present today. Harold [...], Troop 33, Takoma Park, Md., is shown making the presentation. The horn was prepared by over 200 scouts at their summer camp, Camp Roosevelt on Chesapeake Bay [White House, Washington, D.C.]

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