DOOLITTLE, Amos [1754-1832] -- American engraver
While a volunteer at Cambridge he visited the battle ground of Lexington,
and on his return to New Haven made an engraving of the action,
his first attempt in that art. He died Jan. 31, 1832, in New Haven, Conn.
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- Yale Bulletin and Calendar political cartoons
- The Lexington prints
- OHIO COUNTY INFO: History of the Western Reserve He made maps of the early states and of the North American Continent - some of which are in the cartography collection of the Historical Society. They show a technical ability of engraving and printing equal to that of the map makers of the old world.
- Lot 506 - Early American History Auctions, Inc.
- Bank notes
- Business The News-Times For 200 years Westerly residents have counted on Washington Trust Engraves first bank notes bearing Washington's likeness
- The Likeness of George Washington (Memory): American Treasures of the Library of Congress
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