Americana related to the Sullivan-Clinton Campaign
Traditional and Patriotic Images, from Then & Now…
first published in Mary L. Booth’s History of New York (1st ed. 1861, 2nd ed. 1880)
Fields of Fire: Our recent installation at the American Indian Community House, NYC. Summer 2004-Winter 2005.
The co-Commander of the Campaign, brother of NY rebel governor George Clinton, and father of NY State Gov. DeWitt Clinton.
Several of the 29 NYS road markers carry site- specific information on their back sides. This one, in Aurora, notes the destruction of the Cayuga capital.
Co-commander of the Campaign. He filed its Offical Report to Congress. Then became New Hampshire’s first US Governor.
Cemetery monument to settlers killed by Indian- English-Loyalist attack of November, 1778.
Re-enactors part ways after the 225th anniversary of the Cherry Valley Massacre.
The town of Cherry Valley marks the site where Colonel Ichabod Alden, post commader, was killed in the Yankee defeat.
Twenty-nine such highway markers were commissioned by New York State in 1929 (the 150th anniversary) to mark the 1779 invasion route.
Moment from the 225th Gala Reenactment of the 1778 Yankee defeat by English-Iroquois-Tory forces. Then termed a massacre, it became the pretext to invade wha...
George Washington as he looked in 1779, the year he launches the Sullivan- Clinton Campaign. Painted then by Charles Willson Peale. (Courtesy of the U.S. Sen...