Chapter 4 (Hi-res Color)

Picture Credits

p. 99 Post-Revolutionary Crisis: The Shays Rebellion

Shays Rebellion by Shockabrah is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0 /Cropped

Peale, Charles Willson, (c. 1794), Brigadier General Henry Knox, National Park Service, Independence National Historic Park, Philadelphia, PD/PD-US.

General Sir Guy Carleton [Lord Dorchester], National Archives of Canada, (Probably 18th c.), Public Domain.,_1st_Baron_Dorchester#/media/File:General-Sir-Guy-Carleton_2.jpg

Stuart, Gilbert, (1786), Portrait of the Mohawk Chieftain Thayendanegea, known as Joseph Brant (1742–1807), Public Domain.

p. 100 Writing the United States Constitution

Peale, Charles Willson, (1783), Gouverneur Morris and Robert Morris, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Public Domain.

Susan, Robert S. after Leopold Seyffert, after Max Rosenthal, (c. 1936), Associate Justice James Wilson, Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States, Washington, D.C. PD-US.

Edwin, David, (1809-1817), Portrait of James Madison, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Washington, D.C. Public Domain.

p. 101 America’s Ally, France, Pushes for Progress

David, Jacques-Louis, (1784-1794), Jean-Sylvain Bailly, Musée Carnavalet, Paris, Public Domain.,_maire_de_Paris_(David).jpg

Court, Joseph-Désiré, (1834), Portrait of Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette as a Lieutenant General, 1791, Palace of Versailles, Paris, Public Domain.,_Marquis_de_Lafayette#/media/File:Gilbert_du_Motier_Marquis_de_Lafayette.PNG

The Tennis Court Oath, 20 June 1789, bronze relief at the “Monument to the Republic,” Place de la République, Paris by Jebulon under CC0 1.0 Public Domain License/Cropped.