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Navigating the North Branch of the Dead River during Arnold’s expedition through the Maine wilderness
Navigating the North Branch of the Dead River during Arnold’s expedition through the Maine wilderness
Sydney Adamson
Acquisition Number: 24_AI
Original work: by Sydney Adamson, engraved by J.W. Evans, colorized
Original size:

Col. Benedict Arnold convinced George Washington that a second expedition was necessary for the invasion of Canada to succeed. Arnold and his men left Newburyport on September 19, 1775 to begin an arduous trek through the Maine Wilderness. Only about 600 of the original contingent of 1,100 made it to the outskirts of Quebec. Copyright 2017 Pentacle Press, LLC.

Reproduction Size: 19.5 x 32