Le Général Gates, Chef de l'Armée Américaine, qui fit capituler le Général Burgoine au Camp de Sahartoga le 16 8re 1777 (General Gates, commander of the American army, who forced the surrender of General Burgoyne at Saratoga, October 8, 1777)

Artist and engraver Nicolas Dupin French
Publisher Esnauts et Rapilly French
Sitter Horatio Gates American

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This print belongs to a series published in Paris that portrays American and British military and naval figures active in the Revolutionary War.

American leaders, in addition to General Gates, include General Benedict Arnold (shown before his 1780 defection), John Hancock (president of the Continental Congress), Admiral Esek Hopkins, General Charles Lee, General Israel Putnam, General Joseph Reed, General John Sullivan, and General George Washington.

British leaders include Sir Henry Clinton, Charles, Earl Cornwallis, Admiral George Rodney and Lieutenant Colonel Robert Rogers (American-born leader of Native forces who fought on the British side in both the Seven Years' War and Revolutionary War).

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