Celebrating 17 years

Early Scenes

The images of life on these pages mirror those years in early America between 1700 and 1800. Of course, personalities important to the creation of the nation are represented, as well as scenes that describe the side bars of daily life.

Benjamin Franklin is seen doing what printers in those years did to ply their trade. As well as George Washington who over a 50-year span — from 1750 to the end of the century — participated in every milestone leading to the founding of the republic.

Click any of the images below for a larger view.
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These images, in effect clip art, can be downloaded at no charge for personal use only. To download the large image to your computer, right-click the small image and select "Save target as" (Internet Explorer) or "Save link as" (Firefox). In exchange we would appreciate it if you gave us a credit line "Courtesy of Archiving Early America" and a link to our site, http://www.earlyamerica.com. These images are also available for commercial use in a high resolution format for a licensing fee.