H. Peters,Johannes Adam Simon Oertel (1823-1909),John C. McRaePulling Down the Statue of George III by "The Sons of Freedom".
Johannes Adam Simon Oertel (1823-1909),Joseph Laing (b. 1827 or 1828)Pulling Down the Statue of George III by "The Sons of Freedom".
Johannes Adam Simon Oertel (1823-1909),John C. McRae,Joseph Laing (1827 or 1828-)Illustration of a Great Event in the History of the City of New York.
Francis Michelin (1809 or 10-1878),Solomon Eytinge (1833-1905)Washington entering New York on the Evacuation of the Royalists
John C. McRaeNew York Institution for the Blind
Redfield Brothers, Inc.Float - Destruction of the Statue of George III.
[Patriots pulling down the statue of George III in Bowling Green.]
Franz Xaver Habermann (1721-1796)La destruction de la statue royale a Nouvelle Yorck. Die Zerstörung der königlichen Bild säule zu Neu Yorck
New York. Statue of George III Demolished.
Miller & Co.Bay of New York, from the Battery
Sarony & MajorAutumn & Winter Fashions for 1849 & 1850 by A. Wheeler No. 4 Courtland St. New York
Souvenir to his Pupils by Allen Dodworth. [Dodworth Hall]
Chambers Publishing Co.After the repeal of the Stamp Act, the people erected in Bowling Green, in 1770, a leaden statue of George III, which the patroits pulled down July 9, 1776, and melted into bullets.
Phila Franks De Lancey (1722-1811)Lines written by the late Mrs. De Lancey on the anniversary of 26 November 1782 alluding to a real incident in her life which occurred in America
John Disturnell (1801-1877),William H. Dougal (1822-1895 ),William Wade (active 1844-1852)Trinity Church, Broadway and Custom House, Wall Street
Capewell & Kimmel (Firm)The Crystal Palace.
Edward Scriven (1775-1841),John Wesley Jarvis (1780-1840)James Fenimore Cooper
C. M. (Charles M.) Autenrieth (1856-1908),Henry HoffInstitution of the Blind