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The dawn of liberty.

Author: L N Rosenthal; Max Rosenthal; William Smith, publisher
Publisher: [Philadelphia] : Published by William Smith, printseller, no. 702 South Third St. Philada. [©1864]
Edition/Format:   Image : Graphic : Original artwork : English
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Subject: View showing General Thomas Gage, the last royal governor of Massachusetts, assuring boys of Boston that they have nothing to fear from his troops quartered in Boston. General Gage, in uniform, sits at a table with two other uniformed men facing a group of fifteen boys standing by the table and coming through the door. To the left, a grimacing African American man tends the fire in the fireplace.
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Genre/Form: Lithographs
Historical prints
Interior views
Portraits
Pictorial works
Named Person: Thomas Gage
Material Type: Graphic, Original artwork
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: L N Rosenthal; Max Rosenthal; William Smith, publisher
OCLC Number: 191119610
Notes: Copyright 1864 by William Smith.
"General Gage said "The very children here draw in a love of liberty with the air they breathe. You may go my brave boys, and be assured if my troops trouble you again they shall be punished""
Description: 1 print : lithograph ; 46.2 x 56.6 cm.
Responsibility: L.N. Rosenthal, 327 Walnut St. Philada. ; Max Rosenthal [signed on stone] ; Max Rosenthal del.

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Subject: View showing General Thomas Gage, the last royal governor of Massachusetts, assuring boys of Boston that they have nothing to fear from his troops quartered in Boston. General Gage, in uniform, sits at a table with two other uniformed men facing a group of fifteen boys standing by the table and coming through the door. To the left, a grimacing African American man tends the fire in the fireplace.

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