PLATES- CMH: Light Horse of the City of Philadelphia, 1776-1777, by H. Charles McBarron, Jr.
Thirteenth Regiment of the Pennsylvania Line Pennsylvania State Regiment, 1777 SOURCE: Uniforms of the Armies in the War of the American Revolution, 1775-1783. Lt. Charles M. Lefferts.
3rd New York
American Revolution: An American camp follower circa 1777 by Don Troiani
SOLDIERS- Troiani: AWI America: American 3rd Continental Light Dragoon (Baylor's) 1782, by Don Troiani. (www.dontroiani.com)
PLATES- CMH: 2nd Regiment of Continental Light Dragoons, Dismounted Service, 1780, by H. Charles McBarron, Jr.
Dragone del 3 rgt. Dragoni leggeri americani continentali - Don Troiani
American rebel infantry officer, circa 1775-1776 - "During its earlier years, the American army wore uniforms in a wide variety of colours. Brown coats were quite common....This officer's weapon is a half-pike or 'spontoon', characteristic of 18th century British officers, which emphasizes how the rebels used the British army as a model in many ways for both uniforms and weapons."
PLATES- CMH: 2nd Virginia Regiment, Copntinental Line, 1775-1778, by Peter F. Copeland.