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Adams Miss E. C. Adams's Estate John Albert Andrews Autograph Letter B. D. Locke B. J. Jeffries Battle of Bunker Battle of Lexington belonging to Gov Benjamin Lincoln Boston Bowen British Bunker Hill C. F. Adams Cambridge Cannon-Ball Capt Cartridge-Box Chair Charles Francis Adams Charlestown China Church Collins Warren Commission Continental Currency E. G. Porter E. W. Emerson Edward Pickering Ellery Engraving Estate John Allen F. E. Oliver formerly belonging G. W. Wales George Goodwin Greenleaf Hancock Edmund Jabez Bowen John Adams John Adams Miss John Hancock John Revere John Sullivan Lafayette Laidley M. P. Kennard Miss C. D. Fales Miss Cushing Miss E. C. Adams Miss Quincy Munroe Paul Revere Pepper-Box Photograph Piece Pitcher Porringer Portrait of Gen Powder Horn R. E. Apthorp Revolutionary Samuel Adams Shoe Buckles Stuart T. P. James Timothy Pickering W. A. Thomas Walter Baker Washington Warren William Plumer worn by Gen Wyman
Page 28 - GEORGE WASHINGTON'S HAIR Which covered his exalted head; But now enroll'd among the dead, Yet wears a crown above the skies, In realms of bliss which never dies. This is work'd with Lady MARTHA WASHINGTON'S HAIR Relict of our beloved General I pray her honor'd head, May long survive the dead; And when she doth her breath resign, May she in heaven her consort join. This hair was sent to Mrs. Lear By her good friend Lady Washington.
Page 22 - I. The Battle of Lexington, April 19, 1775. II. A View of the Town of Concord. III. The Engagement at the North Bridge in Concord. IV. A View of the South Part of Lexington. The third engraving shows the "rude bridge" where, in Emerson's words, ". . . once the embattled farmers stood.