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George Washington raising the British flag at Fort Duquesne after the French abandoned the fort on June 26, 1758
George Washington raising the British flag at Fort Duquesne after the French abandoned the fort on June 26, 1758
J.R. Chapin
Acquisition Number: 01_AI
Original work: an engraving by J.R. Chapin, after T.R. Smith, colorized
Original size:

This minor but symbolic event illustrates the extensive colonial participation in and support of the British in the Seven Years’ War. The conflict we call the French & Indian War ended with the Treaty of Paris on Feb. 10, 1763. Washington and many of the senior officers in the Continental Army learned military tactics and how to fight on the frontier in this war. Copyright 2017 Pentacle Press, LLC

Reproduction Size: 20 x 30