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Gates in a c. 1794 portrait by Gilbert Stuart, on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Gates in a c. 1794 portrait by Gilbert Stuart, on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
General Gates as he appears at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.
General Gates as he appears at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.
Surrender of General Burgoyne by John Trumbull Gates is in the center, with arms outstretched
Surrender of General Burgoyne by John Trumbull Gates is in the center, with arms outstretched
Traveller's Rest
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Surrender of General Burgoyne, an 1822 portrait by John Trumbull depicting John Burgoyne, a British Army general, surrendering to General Horatio Gate
Surrender of General Burgoyne, an 1822 portrait by John Trumbull depicting John Burgoyne, a British Army general, surrendering to General Horatio Gates, who refused to take his sword. The painting presently hangs in the United States Capitol Rotunda.
General Horatio Gates, portrait by Gilbert Stuart
General Horatio Gates, portrait by Gilbert Stuart
General John Burgoyne by Sir Joshua Reynolds
General John Burgoyne by Sir Joshua Reynolds
The slaying of Jane McCrae by Native Americans under Burgoyne's command was widely published in newspapers throughout the colonies. This led to a mass
The slaying of Jane McCrae by Native Americans under Burgoyne's command was widely published in newspapers throughout the colonies. This led to a massive turnout of colonial militia, outnumbering Burgoyne's army by two to one.