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  1. Antique Map of the Great Lakes and the Midwest US, 1755
  2. Revolutionary War Painting showing the surrender of British General John Burgoyne
  3. A New Map of Virginia, Maryland, And Parts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, 1719
  4. Custer's Last Stand at Little Bighorn
  5. Antique Map of the Gulf Coast, 1747
  6. Antique Map of Philadelphia, 1875
  7. Antique Map of the Mid Atlantic and New England, 1685
  8. The Join or Die print was a political cartoon created by Benjamin Franklin
  9. A Map of the British and French Dominions in North America, 1755
  10. Antique Map of Massachusetts, 1775
  11. Map Of United States Expansion
  12. The Town of Boston, with the Intrenchments etc. of His Majestys Forces in 1775
  13. Join, Or Die Political Cartoon By Benjamin Franklin
  14. The Departure Of The Pilgrim Fathers, 1620
  15. Manhattan Purchase, 1626
  16. Antique Map of the Peninsula of Florida, ca. 1639
  17. Replica of Mayflower II
  18. The Landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth, Massachusetts
  19. Antique Map of New York City, 1639
  20. Map: New Netherlands, 1656
  21. 13 Star American Flag
  22. View of Fort Snelling, c.1850
  23. Historical map and vignette of Lake George in New York state
  24. Benjamin Franklin and Kite
  25. Yankee Doodle 1776
  26. Sir Francis Drake's Attack On Saint Augustine, Florida On May 28-29, 1586
  27. Map of the Americas 1596
  28. Plymouth, Massachusetts - Nautical Chart: Retro Travel Poster
  29. New York: Map, 1767
  30. Plymouth, Massachusetts - Pilgrims going to Church: Retro Travel Poster
  31. Twenty-two Houses and a Church, by Anonymous from western New York State
  32. Plimoth Plantation, Massachusetts - Mayflower II: Retro Travel Poster
  33. Plymouth, Massachusetts - Mayflower: Retro Travel Poster
  34. Initials on a Tree, a Clue to the Lost Colony of Roanoke
  35. New Amsterdam: Palisades
  36. The Empire's Strength - Propaganda Poster
  37. Illustration of Native Americans pointing with Pocahontas in the background
  38. William Penn and colonialists at conference