Washington Crossing the Delaware Spot the Difference

Find 12 differences between the 2 pictures.
 
On the night of December 25-26, 1776, during the Revolutionary War, General George Washington crossed the Delaware River with Continental Army troops.
 
The following morning he attacked Hessian forces in Trenton, New Jersey. Over 1000 prisoners were captured during the attack.
 
This illustration is based on the artwork Washington Crossing the Delaware, painted by Emanuel Leutze in 1851.
 
PDF format. Answer key included

Categories: Activities, Favorites, Spot the Difference, Worksheets
Subjects: Art, Social Studies
Themes: Adventure
Season: Winter
Tags: George Washington, Revolutionary War


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