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The Connecticut Settlers Entering the Western Reserve, 1795 (oil on canvas) Featured Image

The Connecticut Settlers Entering the Western Reserve, 1795 (oil on canvas)

CH89270 The Connecticut Settlers Entering the Western Reserve, 1795 (oil on canvas) by Pyle, Howard (1853-1911); 41x61 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: In 1792, the Connecticut legislature granted 500, 000 acres of the western portion of New Connecticut to those of her citizens whose property had been burned by the British during the war. These lands were called the "Fire Lands." On the 5th of September, 1795, Connecticut sold the remaining three million acres of land to 3 trustees for the Connecticut Land Company, which decided to extinguish all Indian title to the west of the Cuyahoga River and survey the land into townships five miles square. Moses Cleaveland was selected to head a surveying party of about fifty people. Cleaveland landed at Conneaut Creek on July 4, 1795. Surveying was completed the following year and the Western Reserve was ready for settlement
); Photo A© Christie's Images; American, out of copyright

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Denneys and the Hermit help Sir Launcelot to his armor, illustration from ' Featured Image

Denneys and the Hermit help Sir Launcelot to his armor, illustration from '

STC335757 Denneys and the Hermit help Sir Launcelot to his armor, illustration from The Story of Sir Launcelot and his Companions, 1907 (litho) by Pyle, Howard (1853-1911); Private Collection; The Stapleton Collection; American, out of copyright

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Armour, Arthurian Legend, Brandywine School, Character, Dressing, Engraving, Helmet, Knight Of The Round Table, Legendary, Literature, Male, Medieval, Myth, Mythology, Mzengraving, Page Boy, Preparing, Sir Lancelot Du Lac

Sir Gawaine knoweth the shield of Sir Launcelot, illustration from ' Featured Image

Sir Gawaine knoweth the shield of Sir Launcelot, illustration from '

STC335769 Sir Gawaine knoweth the shield of Sir Launcelot, illustration from The Story of Sir Launcelot and his Companions, 1907 (litho) by Pyle, Howard (1853-1911); Private Collection; The Stapleton Collection; American, out of copyright

© The Stapleton Collection / Bridgeman Images

Arthurian Legend, Brandywine School, Disguise, Disguised, Engraving, Knight Of The Round Table, Legendary, Literature, Medieval, Myth, Mythology, Mzengraving, Recognising, Recognition, Revealed, Sir Gawain, Sir Lancelot Du Lac


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