This red wool cape, measuring about 5′-6″ from top to bottom, has documentation as to its owner being named Temperance “Tempe” Wick. Tempe Wick was the daughter of Henry Wick, a farmer in Morris County, NJ. Thousands of Continental soldiers camped on the farm during the American Revolution. For source and more details, click here.
Image from: http://www.cr.nps.gov/museum/exhibits/revwar/image_gal/morrimg/capredflannel.html