Painting of American Loyalist James DeLancey
Ms. Parsons discussed DeLancey’s life and military exploits fighting American patriots in the Long Island and New York City area.
The Society of the Cincinnati’s deputy director and curator Emily Parsons displayed a recently acquired portrait painting of American loyalist Colonel James DeLancey in his British uniform.
Ms. Parsons discussed DeLancey’s life and military exploits fighting American patriots in the Long Island and New York City area. close
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