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Military coat of the Connecticut Regiment,1776, American, wool, metal. This example of a uniform jacket worn by an officer during the American Revolution is completely hand-made. Owned by Col. William Taylor, it shows a significant amount of wear. Color, style and number of buttons are among the features used to identify one's military unit, or regiment, in this case Connecticut Regiment 1776.

Military coat of the Connecticut Regiment,1776, American, wool, metal. This example of a uniform jacket worn by an officer during the American Revolution is completely hand-made. Owned by Col. William Taylor, it shows a significant amount of wear. Color, style and number of buttons are among the features used to identify one's military unit, or regiment, in this case Connecticut Regiment 1776.

Don Troiani Historical Artist This is a new Loyalist(Tory) figure just completed. It represents a private of Delancey's 1st Battalion in the winter of 1777-78. For those of you following the historically dreadful TV Series "Turn" , these were the troops (3rd Battalion) actually garrisoning Setauket. There were no British Regulars (redcoats) there, it was American Loyalists occupying the town. This is the winter uniform which consisted of brown woolen overalls and leather cap.

Don Troiani Historical Artist This is a new Loyalist(Tory) figure just completed. It represents a private of Delancey's 1st Battalion in the winter of 1777-78. For those of you following the historically dreadful TV Series "Turn" , these were the troops (3rd Battalion) actually garrisoning Setauket. There were no British Regulars (redcoats) there, it was American Loyalists occupying the town. This is the winter uniform which consisted of brown woolen overalls and leather cap.

This is the lantern hung in the Old North Church on April 18, 1775, made famous due to Paul Revere's midnight ride to alert the towns outlying Boston of the British approach. The next day (April 19), the Battles of Lexington and Concord began the American Revolution. The lantern now resides in the Concord Museum, in Concord, Massachusetts, USA.

This is the lantern hung in the Old North Church on April 18, 1775, made famous due to Paul Revere's midnight ride to alert the towns outlying Boston of the British approach. The next day (April 19), the Battles of Lexington and Concord began the American Revolution. The lantern now resides in the Concord Museum, in Concord, Massachusetts, USA.

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