Advertisement This organization has contributed to the following objects in the Encyclopedia.Allen, Ethan, Capture of Fort Ticonderoga, ImageEthan Allen, the Green Mountain Boys, and militia from Connecticut and Massachusetts captured Fort Ticonderoga from the British on May 10, 1775.Arnold, Benedict - Color Mezzotint by Thomas HartColor mezzotint of Benedict Arnold by Thomas Hart.Carlyle, John - PotraitJohn Carlyle was a prominent Virginia merchant, member of the Ohio Company, and one of the original trustees of Alexandria, Virginia.Gage, Margaret Kemble - Portrait by John Singleton CopleyMargaret Kemble Gage was the wife of General Thomas Gage.Gage, Thomas - Portrait by John Singleton CopleyGeneral Thomas Gage served as the Commander-in-Chief of British forces in North American and as the Royal Governor of Massachusetts at the start of the Revolutionary War.Kalb, Johann de - PortraitJohann von Rabais de Kalb, or Baron de Kalb, was a General in the Continental Army who came to America with Lafayette. He died at the Battle of Camden in 1780, during the American Revolution.Johnson Saving Dieskau - PaintingAfter Baron Dieskau was captured by the British at the Battle of Lake George, the Indian allies of the British threatened to kill him. This painting depicts Sir William Johnson as the man responsible for saving Dieskau, although Johnson was actually injured and Dieskau was under the watch of Lieutenant Daniel Claus.King Hendrick (Theyanoguin) - EngravingKing Hendrick was a Mohawk Indian sachem (chief) who rose to prominence in the early 1700s. He spoke on behalf of the Iroquois at the Albany Conference in 1754. He died a the Battle of Lake George in 1755, during the Bloody Morning Scout. There is some disagreement as to whether the person depicted in the engraving is actually King Hendrick.Knox, Henry - Portrait by Gilbert StuartHenry Knox played a key role in the American Revolution and was one of George Washington's most trusted Generals. Knox rose to prominence in the early days of the war, thanks to his knowledge of artillery.Montgomery, Richard - Death of General Montgomery by John TrumbullGeneral Robert Montgomery commanded the American forces at the Battle of Quebec on December 31, 1775, during the American Revolution. Montgomery was killed during the battle.USS Constellation v L'Insurgente During the Quasi-WarWarren, Mercy Otis - Portrait by John Singleton CopleyMercy Otis Warren was a leading voice during the American Revolution and during the debate on the Constitution.