Letter from Oliver De Lancey to his father, Oliver De Lancey, June 27, 1775
Battle of Bunker Hill.
Battle at Bunker's Hill
Burning of Stamp Act, Boston.
General George Washington at the Battle of Trenton.
Battle of Lexington, Mass.
Evacuation of Boston, March 18, 1776.
Boston Tea Party. Three cargoes of tea destroyed Dec. 16, 1773.
The Boston Massacre. March 5, 1770.
John Malcolm. British Commisioner tarred and feathered. Jan 2, 1774.
Claims against the estate of James De Lancey, May 19, 1786
An account of lands late the property of James De Lancey, sold by Isaac Stoutenburgh and Philip Van Cortlandt, Commissioners of Forfeitures for the Southern District of New York, February 4, 1785
Prospect Park, Battle Pass -- 1776.
George Washington at Valley Forge.
Washington Crossing the Deleware at Trenton N.J. Dec. 25, 1776.
A Statement of James De Lancey's Forfeited Estate, March 17, 1791
Estimate by Thomas Jones of damages to James De Lancey's property, June, 1779
Washington Taking Command of the American Army.