New England and New York
Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and the Upper South
Figure 1 Portrait of John Corish Devereux (1774-1848) of Utica, New York, brother of Walter Corish Devereux.
Figure 2 Portrait of Rev. James MacSparran (1693-1757) of St. Paul's Church, Narragansett, Rhode Island, painted in 1735 by John Smibert (1688-1751).
Figure 3 Portrait of John Dunlap (1747-1812) of Philadelphia, painted by Rembrandt Peale (1778-1860).
Figure 4 Portrait of Mathew Carey (1760-1839) of Philadelphia, painted in 1825 by John Neagle (1796-1865).
Figure 5 Painting of George and James Crockett's family home at Drumnashear, Killea Parish, County Donegal.
Figure 6 Map of Joseph and Hannah Wright's farm in Belmont, Ohio Territory, drawn by Joseph Wright in his letter of 25 September 1803.
Figure 7 Portrait of Rev. Charles Bonaventure Maguire, O.F.M. (1768-1833), of Westmoreland County and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Figure 8 Portrait of Mary Cumming (1790-1815) of Petersburg, Virginia, painted in 1812 by an unknown artist.
Figure 9 Painting of "Strawberry Hill," Mary Cumming's family home near Lisburn, County Antrim, made in 1934 by W. J. Carey.
Figure 10 Rev. John Craig's Augusta Stone Church (or Old Stone Church), Fort Defiance, near Staunton, Virginia, in the late nineteenth century.
Figure 11 Portrait of Sir William Johnson (ca. 1715-1774), of the Mohawk Valley, New York, from an original painting ca. 1765 by Thomas McIlworth (1700-ca. 1800).
Figure 12 Fort Johnson, Sir William Johnson's first mansion, erected in 1749, near Amsterdam, New York.
Figure 13 Portrait of George Bryan (1731-1791), painted by Julius Augustus Beck (1831-1918).
Figure 14 Portrait of William Findley (1741-1821), of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, painted ca. 1805 by Rembrandt Peale (1778-1860).