jeffergray: Monmouth Courthouse Battlefield (near Freehold, New Jersey) -- historical marker on Perrine Ridge concerning the probable location of the cannon serviced during the battle by Molly "Pitcher" Hays, based upon archaeological and written evidence
jeffergray: Monument of Molly "Pitcher" Hays near the Visitor's Ceter at the Monmouth Courthouse State Battlefield Park, west of Freehold, New Jersey
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jeffergray: The rotunda of the old Federal/State Courthouse in St. Louis, Missouri (1839-1864)
jeffergray: The rotunda of the old Federal/State Courthouse in St. Louis, Missouri (1839-1864)
jeffergray: The rotunda of the old Federal/State Courthouse in St. Louis, Missouri (1839-1864)
jeffergray: Circuit Courtroom No. 4 in the old Federal/State Courthouse in St. Louis, Missouri (1839-1864)
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jeffergray: The rotunda of the old Federal/State Courthouse in St. Louis, Missouri (1839-1864)
jeffergray: Late afternoon at Busch Stadium during a St. Louis Cardinals game (against Tampa Bay, I think?)
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jeffergray: Memorial stone to American soldiers who were killed in the battle of Monmouth Counrthouse (June 28, 1778) and who lie buried the the graveyard of Old Tennent Church
jeffergray: Bas Relief from the base of the Monmouth Courthouse Battle Monument in Freehold, New Jersey, depicting Molly "Pitcher" Hays taking over in servicing a cannon after her artilleryman husband was wounded
jeffergray: Bas Relief from the base of the Monmouth Courthouse Battle Monument in Freehold, New Jersey, depicting the imminent death of British Lieutenant Colonel Henry Monckton of the King's Light Infantry (hatless and on the ground) . . . .
jeffergray: The Monmouth Courthouse Battle Monument (dedicated in 1886) in Freehold, New Jersey
jeffergray: Monmouth Courthouse State Battlefield Park (near Freehold, New Jersey) -- the view looking west from the site of the British lines towards the final American position atop Perrine Ridge
jeffergray: Monmouth Courthouse State Battlefield Park (near Freehold, New Jersey) -- the battered and decrepit (but still standing) remains of the Sutfin farmhouse
jeffergray: Monmouth Courthouse State Battlefield Park (near Freehold, New Jersey) -- looking east from the American positions below Perrine Ridge towards the final British lines drawn up across the Sutfin farm
jeffergray: Monmouth Courthouse State Battlefield Park (near Freehold, New Jersey) - area of woods behind the Perrine Ridge where a spring supplied a source of fresh water
jeffergray: Monmouth Courthouse State Battlefield Park (near Freehold, New Jersey) -- looking across the Sutfin Farm to the battered but still-standing Sutfin farmhouse
jeffergray: Monmouth Courthouse State Battlefield Park (near Freehold, New Jersey) -- trail leading across the area of the Sutfin Farm between the final British positions to the right and the American lines on Perrine Ridge to the left
jeffergray: Monmouth Courthouse State Battlefield Park (near Freehold, New Jersey) -- Goldenrod in blossom along a hiking trail crossing the old Sutfin Farm, with Perrine Ridge in the background
jeffergray: Monmouth Courthouse State Battlefield Park (near Freehold, New Jersey) -- looking towards the final American position atop Perrine Ridge
jeffergray: Monmouth Courthouse State Battlefield Park (near Freehold, New Jersey) -- tombstone in the graveyard of Old Tennent Church marking the grave of British officer Henry Monkton, who was killed in the battle.
jeffergray: Monmouth Courthouse Battlefield (1778) - gravestone in the churchyard of Tennent Church of an American officer who was killed in the battle
jeffergray: Monmouth Courthouse Battlefield (1778) - view of old Tennent Church (1751-53), where many soldiers killed in the battle were buried in its churchyard
jeffergray: Monmouth Courthouse Battlefield (1778) - the spire of old Tennent Chuirch (1751-53), in whose graveyard many soldiers killed in the battle were buried
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