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Three British Soldiers Revolutionary War

Woman carrying water at the rear of a column of Redcoats. "Under the Redcoat" re-creation of the British Army's 1781 Occupation of Williamsburg. Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area, Williamsburg Virginia. Photo by Barbara Temple Lombardi

Woman carrying water at the rear of a column of Redcoats. "Under the Redcoat" re-creation of the British Army's 1781 Occupation of Williamsburg. Photo by Barbara Temple Lombardi

British Redcoat Uniform Jacket 1770s. $350.00, via Etsy.

18th century British uniform coat with lace

Europeans didn't muddle around with the social systems, and just planted a new class on top of the old hierarchy. They needed to adapt to the local culture to survive, and often times they married indigenous women.

Sepoys of the Madras Army. When the East India Company ruled India, they did so with largely native soldiers, called 'sepoys'

Red wool coat worn by British Loyalist Lieutenant Eli Dagworthy of the 44th Regiment of Foot. The redcoat was the symbol of British influence and oppression in colonial America after the French and Indian War.

Eli Dagworthy’s Redcoat 1768 - Madder Red wool with yellow facings - regiment of foot - Lent by the Dumbarton House / The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America Washington DC

Black silk ladies shoes circa 1770 Colonial British Virginia. Yorktown Victory Museum.

Black silk ladies shoes circa 1770 Colonial British Virginia. Yorktown Victory Museum.

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