Interesting to see how the British portrayed the Revolutionary War in “pop” art.
- Title: The taking of Miss Mud I’land
- Date Created/Published: London : Sold by W. Humphrey, 227 Strand, [1777? December]
- Summary: Print shows a female figure as the Mud Island fortress, Fort Mifflin, with two flags on her bonnet, astride a cannon firing on the British warship “Isis”; also show the “Somerset”, “Roebuck”, “Eagle”, and the “Vigilant” of the British fleet at the confluence of the Schuylkill and Delaware rivers.