The following photographs were taken by William Manthey, Daniel Manthey, Reb Manthey, or Christopher Sewall using a variety of cameras. Newspapers were scanned by David Manthey. Click on an image to see a larger version.
These pictures were largely taken by my father and brother, and therefore are subject to their whim of the moment. I only identify a particular person or unit if I think I know the subject of the photograph. Additional information is welcome.
|All newspaper images are scanned from The Times of Trenton. These are from the Saturday, 29 December 2001 edition.|
|Page A1. Columns about reenactors and food.||Page A7. More on food, plus a map.||Page A8. Schedule of events, plus more on reenactors.|
|All newspaper images are scanned from The Times of Trenton. These are from the Sunday, 29 December 2001 edition.|
|Page A1. 'Savoring the strike that saved a nation'||Page A10. Various photographs.||Page A11. Cool photo of Hessians. Artciles on Hessians, Blacks, and accuracy.||Page A12. Conclusion to front page stories|
The following pictures were taken with my Dad's digital camera.
|A Durham boat approaching the New Jersey shore.||A boat being fended off of some rocks.||Soldiers preparing to disembark from a boat.||Soldiers disembarking.||One boat heading to New Jersey, and a second returning for more men.|
|Officers walking along the shore.||Another boat approaching the shore.||Men landed, formed up, and marching.||The front of the main column on the march to Trenton.||More men marching to Trenton.|
|The column on its way to Trenton.||Men on the march.||More marching.||A small skirmish line beginning to engage in the first battle of Trenton.||An American cannon crew.|
|A line of soliders.||A cannon having just been fired.||General Washington on his horse.||Smoke from a volley.||A haphazard looking front line.|
The following pictures were taken with my camera and scanned from slides.
|A boat crossing the Delaware River.||The Pennsylvania shore. There really isn't enough light for the camera.||The New Jersey shore.||The first group of soldiers starting to march.||The rear of the first group of soldiers.|
|Another boat crossing.||A Durham boat under weigh.||On the march to Trenton. This is the van of our company.||Kevin, myself, and Reb on the march. Harvey is cleverly obscured by Kevin.||Reb looking down the column.|
|The courtyard of the Old Barracks.||The sutlers' tents.||A blacksmith at work behind the Old Barracks.||A cannon crew lounging before the battle.||Soldiers on the march in the first battle.|
|A cannon being hauled.||One of the horsemen attached to Greene's Division.||Hessians marching out at the end of the first battle.||The American column at the end of the first battle.||Harvey, myself, Reb, and Kevin in front of the Masonic Temple.|
|A nicely lit building with an advancing army.||Hitchcock's company. We're in the second platoon.||A sharp volley from the first platoon.||The street fighting approaches Mill Hill Park.||The British trying to hold the bridge during the second battle.|
|A few horse just before the battle of Princeton.||The van of the American army.||The American army partly arrayed.||The beginning of the final troop review.||General Washington and some liberty-man.|
The following pictures were taken with Reb's camera during the Battle of Princeton.
|Two horsemen on the way to the battle||A horseman at the head of the troop review||Part of the American column||The British column||More British|
The following pictures were taken by Christopher Sewall of the 1st Ulsters. The pictures he sent are higher resolution than what I have posted.
|The entire company lined up after the first battle of Trenton||The line at Princeton|
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