John Trumbull

John Trumbull (June 6, 1756November 10, 1843) was an American painter and military officer best known for his historical paintings of the American Revolutionary War, of which he was a veteran. He has been called the "Painter of the Revolution". Trumbull's ''Declaration of Independence'' (1817), one of his four paintings that hang in the United States Capitol rotunda, is used on the reverse of the current United States two-dollar bill. Provided by Wikipedia

by Buchan, William
Published 1778
Printed by John Trumbull, for Robert Hodge, J.D. M'Dougall and William Green, in Boston
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by Daboll, Nathan
Published 1789
Printed by John Trumbull, and sold by the gross, dozen or single. Where may be had sheet almanacks
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by Huntington, Joseph
Published 1774
Printed by Robertsons and Trumbull, and sold at their printing-office near the Court-House
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Published 1775
Printed by Robertsons and Trumbull
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by Daboll, Nathan
Published 1796
Printed in Norwich (Connecticut) by John Trumbull, and sold at his printing office, a few rods west from the meeting-house, in large or small quantities
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Published 1777
Printed by J. Trumbull, for Samuel Loudon, Fish-kill
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