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UNIFORMS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 
Uniforms of the American Revolution
American Farmers Forming at Concord
Sherburne's Continental Regiment, 1778 - 1780
Moylan's Light Dragoons, 1779
Second Canadian Regiment of Infantry, 1776
Fourth Connecticut Regiment of Infantry Continental Line
Second Regiment of Connecticut Light Horse Militia, 1777
Haslet's Delaware Regiment, 1776
First Georgia Regiment of Infantry Continental Line, 1777
Smallwood's Maryland Regiment, 1776
Second Maryland Regiment of Continental Infantry, 1777
Fourth Independent Company of Maryland State Troops, 1776
Second Massachusetts Regiment of Continental Infantry, 1777
Massachusetts Regiment of Artillery, 1775-1776 -- Knox's Artillery
Second New Hampshire Regiment of Infantry, 1777 Continental Line
Third New Jersey Regiment, 1777 Continental Line
Third New York Regiment, 1775, Continental Line
Captain John Lamb's New York Artillery Company, 1775
Third North Carolina Regiment of Infantry, 1778 Continental Line
First Pennsylvania Battalion, 1775 - 1776
Pennsylvania State Regiment, 1777 - 13th Pennsylvania Line
Rhode Island Train of Artillery, 1775
Second Rhode Island Regiment of Infantry, 1779
Second South Carolina Regiment of Infantry, 1776
Green Mountain Rangers, 1776
Lt. Ira Allen's Green Mountain Rangers, 1775
Virginia Light Dragoons, 1776
Independent Companies, 1775
Miscellaneous Organizations, Continental Army, 1776
Commander-in-Chief and Line Officers, 1779
Continental Infantry, 1779-1783
Continental Artillery, 1777-1783
Light Infantry, 1782
Infantry and Artillery, 1783
Sir William Howe, Commander-in-Chief of the British Armies in America
British Seventeenth Regiment of Light Dragoons, 1775-1783
Musicians of the British Fourth Regiment of Foot, 1778
Grenadier Company, Fifth Regiment of Foot, 1776
Light Infantry, British Tenth Regiment of Foot, 1775
Drummers, British Tenth Regiment of Foot, 1775 - 1783
Royal North British Fusileers
Light Infantry Company, British Fortieth Regiment of Foot, 1776
British Forty-Second Regiment of Foot, 1776
British Forty-Third Regiment of Foot, 1775
Grenadiers, British Fifty-Second Regiment of Foot, 1775
Butler's Rangers, 1777
De Lancey's Brigade, 1776 - 1783
De Lancey's Refugees, the "Cowboys", 1780
Emmerich's Chasseurs, 1776
Johnson's Royal Greens of New York, 1776
Queen's Rangers, 1776-1783
Grenadiers, Gatinois Regiment of Infantry, 1781
Saintonge Regiment of Infantry, 1781
Saintonge Regiment of Infantry, 1779-1783
Field Yager Corps of Hesse-Cassel, 1776-1783
Hesse-Cassel and Brunswick Regiments, 1776-1777
Grenadier Regiment Von Rall, and Fusileer Regiment Alt Von Lossberg of Hesse-Cassel, 1776
Fusileer Regiment Erb Prinz of Hesse-Cassel, 1776

More Uniforms of the American Revolution
Independent Company Organizations: Goot-Guard, Virginia Riflemen, Minutemen, 1774-1775
Privates of Light Infantry and Drummer: 10th, 14th and 42nd British Foot, 1775-1783
Privates and Officers of De Lancey's Brigade and of Johnson's Royal Brigade of New York, 1776-1781
Privates of von Rall's and von Sprecht's Regiments and Field Jager Corps, 1776-1783
Privates in Field and Parade Dress, Smallwood's Maryland Regiment, 1776
Continental Artillery, 1777-1783
Privates of 2nd and 4th Connecticut Regiments, 1777
Privates, Continental Line with Artillery Officers Second Massachusetts Regiment, 1777
Sir William Howe, Commander-in-Chief of the British Army with 4th Regiment of Foot, 1775-1778
Gatinois and Saintonge Regiment of Infantry in Parade Dress, 1781
Commander-in-Chief, and Staff, 1799-1802
Cavalry, Infantry and Artillery 1799-1802
Continental Navy, 1776-1777


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