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Indian dance india traditional.

Indian dance india traditional.

Indian dance india traditional.

Indian dance india traditional.

Cat british short gray, animals.

Cat british short gray, animals.

Appomattox court house civil war virginia, places monuments.

Appomattox court house civil war virginia, places monuments.

The besieged Romans throw loaves of bread from the walls as stratagem to demonstrate to the Gauls that they have an abundance of grain and will not surrender because of famine

The besieged Romans throw loaves of bread from the walls as stratagem to demonstrate to the Gauls that they have an abundance of grain and will not surrender because of famine

67 CE: Josephus, about to surrender to the Romans, is cursed as a traitor by his compatriots.

67 CE: Josephus, about to surrender to the Romans, is cursed as a traitor by his compatriots.

70 CE: Judas, a lieutenant of Simon son of Gioras, plots to surrender Jerusalem; but Simon, discovering the plan, kills the rebels and mutilates their corpses.

70 CE: Judas, a lieutenant of Simon son of Gioras, plots to surrender Jerusalem; but Simon, discovering the plan, kills the rebels and mutilates their corpses.

70 CE: Titus sends Josephus to speak to the Jews in their own language and urge them to surrender: ""God is fled out of his sanctuary, and stands on the side of those against whom you fight.'

70 CE: Titus sends Josephus to speak to the Jews in their own language and urge them to surrender: ""God is fled out of his sanctuary, and stands on the side of those against whom you fight.'

40 BCE: Herod sets out on a campaign against bandits living in caves. An old brigand slays his own wife and seven children rather than surrender to Herod.

40 BCE: Herod sets out on a campaign against bandits living in caves. An old brigand slays his own wife and seven children rather than surrender to Herod.

68 CE: James (or Jacob), an Idumaean officer, makes a secret pact to surrender to Simon son of Gioras.

68 CE: James (or Jacob), an Idumaean officer, makes a secret pact to surrender to Simon son of Gioras.

68 CE: Simon son of Gioras sends Eleazar to the garrison at Herodium (7 miles south of Jerusalem) to persuade the Idumaeans to surrender the fortress; Eleazar is killed there.

68 CE: Simon son of Gioras sends Eleazar to the garrison at Herodium (7 miles south of Jerusalem) to persuade the Idumaeans to surrender the fortress; Eleazar is killed there.

63 BCE: Aristobulus II, a suppliant to Pompey the Great, offers to surrender himself and Jerusalem.

63 BCE: Aristobulus II, a suppliant to Pompey the Great, offers to surrender himself and Jerusalem.

The Surrender of the Venetian Townships, from Der Weisskunig

The Surrender of the Venetian Townships, from Der Weisskunig

A new and accurate map of the English empire in North America : representing their rightful claim as confirm'd by charters and the formal surrender of their Indian friends, likewise the encroachments of the French, with the several forts they have unjustly erected therein

A new and accurate map of the English empire in North America : representing their rightful claim as confirm'd by charters and the formal surrender of their Indian friends, likewise the encroachments of the French, with the several forts they have unjustly erected therein

A new and accurate map of the English empire in North America: Representing their rightful claim as confirm'd by charters, and the formal surrender of their Indian friends; likewise the encroachments of the French, with the several forts they have unjustly erected therein.

A new and accurate map of the English empire in North America: Representing their rightful claim as confirm'd by charters, and the formal surrender of their Indian friends; likewise the encroachments of the French, with the several forts they have unjustly erected therein.

A new and accurate map of the English empire in North America : representing their rightful claim as confirm'd by charters, and the formal surrender of their Indian friends ; likewise the encroachments of the French, with the several forts they have unjustly erected therein

A new and accurate map of the English empire in North America : representing their rightful claim as confirm'd by charters, and the formal surrender of their Indian friends ; likewise the encroachments of the French, with the several forts they have unjustly erected therein

The Surrender of the Khan of Badakhsan

The Surrender of the Khan of Badakhsan

The Colonial Gazette. Oct. 1781. Supplement Num. 39. Letter from Gen. Washington to the Governor of Maryland, announcing the surrender of Cornwallis

The Colonial Gazette. Oct. 1781. Supplement Num. 39. Letter from Gen. Washington to the Governor of Maryland, announcing the surrender of Cornwallis

Newport, October 25, 1781. Glorious intelligence! [Announcement of the surrender of Lord Cornwallis]. Newport, Printed: New-London: Re-printed by T. Green [1781].

Newport, October 25, 1781. Glorious intelligence! [Announcement of the surrender of Lord Cornwallis]. Newport, Printed: New-London: Re-printed by T. Green [1781].

Lord Cornwallis surrender, 1781.

Lord Cornwallis surrender, 1781.

Providence, October 25, 1781. Three o'clock P.M. This moment an express arrived at his honor the deputy-governor's from Col. Christopher Olney, Commandant on Rhode-Island, announcing the important intelligence of the surrender of Lord Cornwallis

Providence, October 25, 1781. Three o'clock P.M. This moment an express arrived at his honor the deputy-governor's from Col. Christopher Olney, Commandant on Rhode-Island, announcing the important intelligence of the surrender of Lord Cornwallis

The surrender of government castle, in March 1782, to the late besieging minority

The surrender of government castle, in March 1782, to the late besieging minority

The surrender of Earl Cornwallis (Lieutenant-General of the British Army in North America) to General Washington & Count DeRochambeau, on the 19th of Octr. 1781 - whereby the posts of York-Town & Gloucester in Virginia, were then given up to the combined forces of America & France / Hamilton delin. ; Thornton sculp.

The surrender of Earl Cornwallis (Lieutenant-General of the British Army in North America) to General Washington & Count DeRochambeau, on the 19th of Octr. 1781 - whereby the posts of York-Town & Gloucester in Virginia, were then given up to the combined forces of America & France / Hamilton delin. ; Thornton sculp.

[Surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown]

[Surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown]

[Surrender at Saratoga]

[Surrender at Saratoga]

To the real patriots and supporters of American independence [On the surrender of Chevalier Longchamps to the Court of France] [Signed] An independent patriot. [Philadelphia 1784].

To the real patriots and supporters of American independence [On the surrender of Chevalier Longchamps to the Court of France] [Signed] An independent patriot. [Philadelphia 1784].

Study for "The Surrender of the Dutch Admiral De Winter to Admiral Duncan, October 11, 1797": Admiral De Winter Raising the Colors

Study for "The Surrender of the Dutch Admiral De Winter to Admiral Duncan, October 11, 1797": Admiral De Winter Raising the Colors

Study for "The Surrender of the Dutch Admiral De Winter to Admiral Duncan, October 11, 1797": Lord Admiral Duncan

Study for "The Surrender of the Dutch Admiral De Winter to Admiral Duncan, October 11, 1797": Lord Admiral Duncan

Study for "The Surrender of the Dutch Admiral De Winter to Admiral Duncan, October 11, 1797": Three Figures Raising the Colors

Study for "The Surrender of the Dutch Admiral De Winter to Admiral Duncan, October 11, 1797": Three Figures Raising the Colors

Study for "The Surrender of the Dutch Admiral De Winter to Admiral Duncan, October 11, 1797": Two Studies of a Man with a Sail or Flag

Study for "The Surrender of the Dutch Admiral De Winter to Admiral Duncan, October 11, 1797": Two Studies of a Man with a Sail or Flag

General Hull and the defence of Fort M'Henry. A new song, called the surrender of General Hull. The defence of Fort M'Henry, (Baltimore.) A new song [The Star Spangled Banner] [1813?].

General Hull and the defence of Fort M'Henry. A new song, called the surrender of General Hull. The defence of Fort M'Henry, (Baltimore.) A new song [The Star Spangled Banner] [1813?].

[Napoleon I boards the Bellerophon to surrender] / Baugean delt. & sculpt.

[Napoleon I boards the Bellerophon to surrender] / Baugean delt. & sculpt.

map from "Gleanings and Remarks: collected during many months of residence at Buenos-Ayres, and within the Upper Country; with a prefatory account of the expedition from England, until the surrender of the ... Cape of Good Hope. With a map, etc"

map from "Gleanings and Remarks: collected during many months of residence at Buenos-Ayres, and within the Upper Country; with a prefatory account of the expedition from England, until the surrender of the ... Cape of Good Hope. With a map, etc"

map from "Gleanings and Remarks: collected during many months of residence at Buenos-Ayres, and within the Upper Country; with a prefatory account of the expedition from England, until the surrender of the ... Cape of Good Hope. With a map, etc"

map from "Gleanings and Remarks: collected during many months of residence at Buenos-Ayres, and within the Upper Country; with a prefatory account of the expedition from England, until the surrender of the ... Cape of Good Hope. With a map, etc"

A view of the Alamo Chapel located at #1 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, Texas (TX). This is the front of the Old Spanish Mission Fort where 189 defenders sacrificed their lives and fought to the death rather than surrender to the forces of the Mexican General Santa Anna in the year 1836

A view of the Alamo Chapel located at #1 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, Texas (TX). This is the front of the Old Spanish Mission Fort where 189 defenders sacrificed their lives and fought to the death rather than surrender to the forces of the Mexican General Santa Anna in the year 1836

A nighttime view of the Alamo Chapel located at #1 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, Texas (TX). This is the front of the Old Spanish Mission Fort where 189 defenders sacrificed their lives and fought to the death rather than surrender to the forces of the Mexican General Santa Anna in the year 1836

A nighttime view of the Alamo Chapel located at #1 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, Texas (TX). This is the front of the Old Spanish Mission Fort where 189 defenders sacrificed their lives and fought to the death rather than surrender to the forces of the Mexican General Santa Anna in the year 1836

Mexican-American War from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

Mexican-American War from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

Matamoros from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

Matamoros from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

Matamoros from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

Matamoros from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

U.S. Army from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

U.S. Army from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

Point Isabel from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

Point Isabel from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

Matamoros from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

Matamoros from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

Chapel de la Capilla from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

Chapel de la Capilla from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

headquarters from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

headquarters from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

Mexican-American War from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

Mexican-American War from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

Matamoros from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

Matamoros from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

ranchero from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

ranchero from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

Point Isabel Bay from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

Point Isabel Bay from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

Fort Brown from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

Fort Brown from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

Mexican-American War from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

Mexican-American War from "Our Army on the Rio Grande: ... with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros, etc"

Telegraphig, Exclusively for the National Whig. National Whig-----Extra. General Scott in Mexico. Battle eight miles from City. Enemy soon gave say. Stiuplations for surrender. Loss three hundred. Scott's entrance into the City without oppositio

Telegraphig, Exclusively for the National Whig. National Whig-----Extra. General Scott in Mexico. Battle eight miles from City. Enemy soon gave say. Stiuplations for surrender. Loss three hundred. Scott's entrance into the City without oppositio

map from "The Mexican War: a history of its origin, and a detailed account of the victories which terminated in the surrender of the capital; with the official despatches of the Generals"

map from "The Mexican War: a history of its origin, and a detailed account of the victories which terminated in the surrender of the capital; with the official despatches of the Generals"

map from "The Mexican War: a history of its origin, and a detailed account of the victories which terminated in the surrender of the capital; with the official despatches of the Generals"

map from "The Mexican War: a history of its origin, and a detailed account of the victories which terminated in the surrender of the capital; with the official despatches of the Generals"

map from "The Mexican War: a history of its origin, and a detailed account of the victories which terminated in the surrender of the capital; with the official despatches of the Generals"

map from "The Mexican War: a history of its origin, and a detailed account of the victories which terminated in the surrender of the capital; with the official despatches of the Generals"

map from "The Mexican War: a history of its origin, and a detailed account of the victories which terminated in the surrender of the capital; with the official despatches of the Generals"

map from "The Mexican War: a history of its origin, and a detailed account of the victories which terminated in the surrender of the capital; with the official despatches of the Generals"

Lynch law in California - surrender of prisoners at the county gaol [jail], San Francisco

Lynch law in California - surrender of prisoners at the county gaol [jail], San Francisco

Grant and Pemberton monument [Surrender Marker]. (Now standing in cemetery).

Grant and Pemberton monument [Surrender Marker]. (Now standing in cemetery).

Grant and Pemberton monument [Surrender Marker]. (Now standing in cemetery).

Grant and Pemberton monument [Surrender Marker]. (Now standing in cemetery).

Etonnement

Etonnement

Interior of Fort Sumter in April 1861 after its surrender by U.S. garrison

Interior of Fort Sumter in April 1861 after its surrender by U.S. garrison

Interior of Fort Sumter in April 1861 after its surrender by U.S. garrison

Interior of Fort Sumter in April 1861 after its surrender by U.S. garrison

H.W. Denslow to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, April 13, 1861 (Telegram reporting surrender of Fort Sumter)

H.W. Denslow to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, April 13, 1861  (Telegram reporting surrender of Fort Sumter)

Impromptu speech of his Excellency Governor Pickens, of South-Carolina, in reference to the greetings of the citizens, on the evening of the Surrender of Fort Sumter, April 13, 1861.

Impromptu speech of his Excellency Governor Pickens, of South-Carolina, in reference to the greetings of the citizens, on the evening of the Surrender of Fort Sumter, April 13, 1861.

Charles C. Fulton to Gustavus V. Fox, Tuesday, April 15, 1862 (Telegram reporting surrender of Ft. Pulaski)

Charles C. Fulton to Gustavus V. Fox, Tuesday, April 15, 1862  (Telegram reporting surrender of Ft. Pulaski)

The attack on and surrender of Harper's Ferry

The attack on and surrender of Harper's Ferry

John E. Wool to Edwin M. Stanton, Tuesday, April 15, 1862 (Telegram reporting surrender of Ft. Pulaski)

John E. Wool to Edwin M. Stanton, Tuesday, April 15, 1862  (Telegram reporting surrender of Ft. Pulaski)

The Surrender of Vicksburg / Theodore R. Davis.

The Surrender of Vicksburg / Theodore R. Davis.

Fort Morgan just after the surrender, August 23, 1864

Fort Morgan just after the surrender, August 23, 1864

McLean's House, Appomattox, Va., scene of General Lee's surrender

McLean's House, Appomattox, Va., scene of General Lee's surrender

[Front page of New York Times, Monday, Apr. 10, 1865, with news of Lee's surrender]

[Front page of New York Times, Monday, Apr. 10, 1865, with news of Lee's surrender]

McLean's House, Appomattox, Va. Scene of Lee's surrender

McLean's House, Appomattox, Va. Scene of Lee's surrender

Plan showing positions of Union and Rebel armies 8th and 9th April 1865, to the surrender of Lee 2nd Corps at Cumberland Church.

Plan showing positions of Union and Rebel armies 8th and 9th April 1865, to the surrender of Lee 2nd Corps at Cumberland Church.

Ft. Fisher shewing [sic] Union attack, Jany 15th 1865 From survey made after surrender by U.S. Engineers.

Ft. Fisher shewing [sic] Union attack, Jany 15th 1865 From survey made after surrender by U.S. Engineers.

Map of Appomattox Court House and vicinity. Showing the relative positions of the Confederate and Federal Armies at the time of General R. E. Lee's surrender, April 9th 1865.

Map of Appomattox Court House and vicinity. Showing the relative positions of the Confederate and Federal Armies at the time of General R. E. Lee's surrender, April 9th 1865.

The surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown A.D. 1781

The surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown A.D. 1781

William Tell -- will not surrender or bow to the old hat

William Tell --  will not surrender or bow to the old hat

Oregon - the surrender of the Modocs - the Indians emerging from a crevasse in the lava beds

Oregon - the surrender of the Modocs - the Indians emerging from a crevasse in the lava beds

[Bank note vignettes showing surrender of Gen. Burgoyne, George Washington resigning his commission, signing of a treaty, funeral of Indian with priest and Spanish soldiers in armor and weeping women]

[Bank note vignettes showing surrender of Gen. Burgoyne, George Washington resigning his commission, signing of a treaty, funeral of Indian with priest and Spanish soldiers in armor and weeping women]

Captain Joseph Fry / / from a photograph by T. Lilienthal, New Orleans. The Surrender of the Virginius in Bahia Honda / from a sketch by our special artist

Captain Joseph Fry / / from a photograph by T. Lilienthal, New Orleans. The Surrender of the Virginius in Bahia Honda / from a sketch by our special artist

The Surrender at Breda or 'Las Lanzas' (The Lances), after Velázquez

The Surrender at Breda or 'Las Lanzas' (The Lances), after Velázquez

The surrender of Burgoyne's army at Saratoga, Oct. 17, 1777.

The surrender of Burgoyne's army at Saratoga, Oct. 17, 1777.

The Appomattox of the third termers - unconditional surrender / J. Keppler.

The Appomattox of the third termers - unconditional surrender / J. Keppler.

The dawn of peace. Morning of the surrender of Yorktown / designed & engraved by A. Gilchrist Campbell.

The dawn of peace. Morning of the surrender of Yorktown / designed & engraved by A. Gilchrist Campbell.

[Scene in Geronimo's camp...before surrender to General Crook, March 27, 1886: Geronimo and Natches mounted; Geronimo's son (Perico) standing at his side holding baby]

[Scene in Geronimo's camp...before surrender to General Crook, March 27, 1886: Geronimo and Natches mounted; Geronimo's son (Perico) standing at his side holding baby]

[Scene in Geronimo's camp...before surrender to General Crook, March 27, 1886: group of 18 men, women and children]

[Scene in Geronimo's camp...before surrender to General Crook, March 27, 1886: group of 18 men, women and children]

[The captive white boy, Santiago McKinn in Geronimo's Camp, with group of Indians, mostly children, in front of partially constructed tent, before Geronimo's surrender to Gen. Crook, March 27, 1886]

[The captive white boy, Santiago McKinn in Geronimo's Camp, with group of Indians, mostly children, in front of partially constructed tent, before Geronimo's surrender to Gen. Crook, March 27, 1886]

[Scene in Geronimo's camp...before surrender to General Crook, March 27, 1886: group in Natches' camp; boys with rifles]

[Scene in Geronimo's camp...before surrender to General Crook, March 27, 1886: group in Natches' camp; boys with rifles]

[Scene in Geronimo's camp...before surrender to General Crook, March 27, 1886: Geronimo, full-length portrait standing, facing left, rifle at port]

[Scene in Geronimo's camp...before surrender to General Crook, March 27, 1886:  Geronimo, full-length portrait standing, facing left, rifle at port]

Photographic Reproduction of a Painting of General Robert E. Lee Signing the Surrender of the Confederate Armies to General Ulysses S. Grant at the McLean House, Appomattox, Virginia

Photographic Reproduction of a Painting of General Robert E. Lee Signing the Surrender of the Confederate Armies to General Ulysses S. Grant at the McLean House, Appomattox, Virginia

Lord Cornwallis' surrender at Yorktown, Va., 1781. Composed and copyrighted by James Farrell, Mattapan, Mass. 1894.

Lord Cornwallis' surrender at Yorktown, Va., 1781. Composed and copyrighted by James Farrell, Mattapan, Mass. 1894.

surrender from "Robertson's Landmarks of Toronto. A collection of historical sketches of the old town of York from 1792 until 1833 (till 1837) and of Toronto from 1834 to 1893 (to 1914). Also ... engravings ... Published from the Toronto “Evening Telegram.” 6 ser"

surrender from "Robertson's Landmarks of Toronto. A collection of historical sketches of the old town of York from 1792 until 1833 (till 1837) and of Toronto from 1834 to 1893 (to 1914). Also ... engravings ... Published from the Toronto “Evening Telegram.” 6 ser"

The surrender of Vicksburg, July 4, 1863

The surrender of Vicksburg, July 4, 1863

Unconditional surrender / J.S. Pughe.

Unconditional surrender / J.S. Pughe.

His condition - an unconditional surrender / Dalrymple.

His condition - an unconditional surrender / Dalrymple.

[The surrender of Jerusalem to the British, December 9, 1917. The Mayor of Jerusalem, with white flag, offers surrender to two British tommies (sergeants)]

[The surrender of Jerusalem to the British, December 9, 1917. The Mayor of Jerusalem, with white flag, offers surrender to two British tommies (sergeants)]

U.S.S. Oregon, watching the [Cristobal] Colon after her surrender, Battle of Santiago

U.S.S. Oregon, watching the [Cristobal] Colon after her surrender, Battle of Santiago

General Miles, Shafter, Wheeler returning from the conference with Genral H. Toral which resulted in the surrender of the Province of Santiago de Cuba

General Miles, Shafter, Wheeler returning from the conference with Genral H. Toral which resulted in the surrender of the Province of Santiago de Cuba

A hundred years ago - the surrender of the French frigate "L'Insurgente" to the U.S.S. "Constellation," Commodore Truxtun, February 9, 1799 / drawn by Clyde O. DeLand.

A hundred years ago - the surrender of the French frigate "L'Insurgente" to the U.S.S. "Constellation," Commodore Truxtun, February 9, 1799 / drawn by Clyde O. DeLand.

[Surrender of Lord Cornwallis]

[Surrender of Lord Cornwallis]

The Surrender Monument, Vicksburg

The Surrender Monument, Vicksburg