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New York in Infancy and New York in Revolution

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Artist

Philip Martiny

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The New York of Infancy wears a crown; this alludes to colonial rule and control of the British. A Native American and a Dutchman stand to her left and right. The New York in Revolution wears a liberty cap, which signifies the struggle for freedom. She is flanked by a Military man and a female settler.

The New York of Infancy wears a crown; this alludes to colonial rule and control of the British. A Native American and a Dutchman stand to her left and right. The New York in Revolution wears a liberty cap, which signifies the struggle for freedom. She is flanked by a Military man and a female settler.

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The Commons - The Heart of New York City

31 Chambers St Lafayette St, New York City, NY, US 10007
on facade of the Surrogate's Court

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