Battle of Oriskany during American Revolution
Print by John Reuben Chapin shows scene during the battle at Oriskany, New York in August 1776, with American patriots combating the combined forces of the British, Loyalists, and Native Americans. General Nicholas Herkimer, commander of the American forces, is shown (on the left) giving orders from his saddle which is on the ground after his horse was shot from beneath him. Image published: 1857.
Image ID: 001418
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