America’s first civil war took place during the Revolution, an ultra violent, family-splitting, and often vindictive conflict between patriots and loyalists
The Battle of Bunker Hill
Sixth in a series of paintings for AMERICAN HERITAGE
On a new bridge that arched the flood Their toes by April freezes curled, There the embattled committee stood, Beset, it seemed, by half the world.
What was it like to actually be there in April, 1775?
This is how the participants, American and British, remembered it