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A map of Savannah River beginning at Stone-Bluff, or Nexttobethell, which continueth to the sea; also, the four sounds Savañah, [Warsaw], Hossabaw, and St. Katharines, with their islands; likewise Neuport, or Serpent River, from its mouth to Benjehova Bluff.

[Map of the Chaffin's Bluff area of Henrico County, Virginia] /

[Soldier from the First City Troop, Philadelphia, in uniform and helmet with a plume, standing on a bluff over looking a river, perhaps the Schuylkill or the Delaware] / J.R. Smith, 1839, Phila.

Maj. Theodore Winthrop, killed at Bulls Bluff

Simoda from Vandalia Bluff / from nature by Heine ; lith. of Sarony & Co., New York.

Sketch no. 4 of roads between H.-Q. 10th Army Corps and Swift Creek on the south : with enemy's 2nd line of intrenchements [sic] around Drury's Bluff on the north /

[How we get gold in California: "Fremont Mill and vein, Mariposa", "Ground sluicing, at Gold Hill", "winnowing gold, near Chinese camp," and "ocean beach mining, at gold bluff]

Views at Fort Darling, Drewry's Bluff, James River, Va.

George B. McClellan to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, October 22, 1861 (Telegram regarding battle at Ball's Bluff)

[Sling for heavy artillery. Drewry's Bluff, Virginia]

The Civil War in America--retreat of the Federalists after the fight at Ball's Bluff, upper Potomac, Virginia / from a sketch by our special artist.

Confederate obstructions in James River at Drewry's Bluff

The Civil War in America: the fight at Ball's Bluff, upper Potomac - desperate effort made by the 15th Massachusetts Regiment to clear the woods by a bayonet charge

Fort Darling, Drewry's Bluff, James River, Va.

Fort Darling, Drewry's Bluff, James River, Va.

Plan of the Battle of Ball's Bluff Va. Fought October 21st 1861.

Fort Darling, Drewry's Bluff, James River, Va.

Drewry's Bluff, Va. (vicinity). Obstructions in James River

Fort Darling, Drewry's Bluff, James River, Va.

Charles P. Stone to Seth Williams, Friday, October 25, 1861 (Telegram regarding casualties suffered at Ball's Bluff)

Dutch Gap Canal, Virginia. (Drewry's Bluff, James River) A giant sling-cart to carry siege guns

Battery on St. John's Bluff, Florida, taken by our forces

Death of Col. Baker [at Ball's Bluff (near Leesburg, Va.) in the Civil War, Oct. 22, 1861]

Plan of Fort Huger, Hardy's Bluff : built by the State of Virginia. Col. Andrew Talcott, State Engr. Capt. E.T.D. Myers, Constructing Engr.

Map showing the route of the late expedition, commanded by Rear Admiral Porter, U.S.N., in attempting to get into the Yazoo River by the way of Steel's Bluff [i.e., Bayou] and Deer Creek.

Sketch of rebel fortifications at Hayne's Bluff.

[Plan of the fortifications on Causten's Bluff, Georgia].

[Two scenes: Chaffin's Farm and Drewry's Bluff, Virginia]

Map of the Confederate lines from New Bridge road to Chafins Bluff /

Map of operations at Bermuda Hundred and Drewry's Bluff, Virginia, 10th May 1864.

[Map of Drewry's Bluff, Chesterfield Co., Va.]

Sketch no. 4 of roads between Hd. Qu. 10th Army Corps and Swift Creek on the south : with enemy's 2nd line of intrenchments around Drury's Bluff on the north /

Drewry's Bluff, Virginia (vicinity). Sling for heavy artillery

Drewry's Bluff, Virginia (vicinity). View on James river

Drewry's Bluff, Virginia. Confederate Fort Darling on James river

Drewry's Bluff, Virginia. Chapel at Fort Darling and soldier's graves

Drewry's Bluff, Virginia. Fort Darling. Confederate on James River seven miles south of Richmond

Drewry's Bluff, Virginia. Chaplains quarters. 1st Conn. Heavy Artillery in Confederate Fort Darling. Part of shot and shell in foreground was fired by U.S. Gunboats in attack on fort in 1862

Drewry's Bluff, Virginia. Officer's quarters. 1st Conn. Heavy Artillery, Fort Darling

Drewry's Bluff, Virginia. Band of 1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery at Fort Darling on James river

Drewry's Bluff, Virginia. Signal tower in the vicinity of Fort Darling

Drewry's Bluff, Virginia. Confederate Fort Darling on James river

Drewry's Bluff, Virginia. Soldier's cemetery. Grave of Sgt. Frank L. Smith, Co F, 1st Conn. Heavy Artillery in foreground

Sling cart used in removing the captured artillery, Fort Darling, Drewry's Bluff, James River, Va. April 1865

Drewry's Bluff, Virginia. Confederate Fort Darling on James river

Chapin's Bluff, Virginia. Quarters of Maj. H.A. Pierce, 1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery

Drewry's Bluff, Virginia. Fort Darling. Confederate

Drewry's Bluff, Virginia (vicinity). Sling for heavy artillery

Drewry's Bluff, James River, Virginia. General Henry L. Abbot and staff

Drewry's Bluff, Virginia. Adj. Quarters, 1st Conn. Heavy Artillery at Fort Darling

Drewry's Bluff, Virginia (vicinity). Obstructions in James river. Blocked by the Confederate ? VIRGINIA; and gunboats PATRICK HENRY and JAMESTOWN

"Causten's Bluff" fort. [Defenses of Savannah, Georgia. 1865].

The Sandy Bluff and Beach, Santa Cruz

Silver Lake and Beacon Bluff, Amador County

Beacon Bluff, 2,000 feet high, Silver Lake, Amador County

Austin, M.A. Pine Bluff, Ark.

Maps showing Arkansas Central, the Helena & Corinth, and the Pine Bluff & Southwestern Railroads together forming the Texas & Northeastern Railway.

Shell mound Barker's Bluff, Indian River

Beloit, Wis. from the bluff

Shell mound Barker's Bluff, Indian River

Grove at Barker's Bluff

Railroad grounds from the bluff, Tampico

Democracy's game of blind man's buff [i.e bluff]

Florida - Camp near Sunday Bluff - Ocklawaha River

[View of the South side of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, from Bluff St., showing railroad trestle work down to river]

Harbor Point from the bluff, Harbor Springs

Bird's-eye view of St. Paul, looking west from Dayton's Bluff.

[Alaska - Klondike - "Devil's Bluff portage in the canyon near Sheep Camp"; group of 8 African Americans and Whites making portage]

View from Dayton's Bluff, St. Paul, Minnesota

[Scotts Bluff, Nebraska]

[Hotel Champlain, steamer landing, Bluff Point, N.Y.]

[Hotel Champlain from the lake, Bluff Point, N.Y.]

[Golf links, Hotel Champlain, Bluff Point, N.Y.]

Bluff Island - one of the pretty sites in the St. Lawrence - Thousand Islands

[Bluff Point, N.Y., Hotel Champlain from the links]

[Hotel Champlain, evening sky, Bluff Point, N.Y.]

[Hotel Champlain, early morning on Lake Champlain, Bluff Point, N.Y.]

[Hotel Champlain, beautiful green drive in autumn, Bluff Point, N.Y.]

[Hotel Champlain, front entrance, Bluff Point, N.Y.]

[Hotel Champlain, west approach, Bluff Point, N.Y.]

Echo Lake and Crawford Notch [i.e., Franconia Notch] from artist's bluff, White Mountains

[Franconia Notch and Echo Lake from artist's bluff, White Mts., N.H.]

West approach, Hotel Champlain, Bluff Point, N.Y.

[On the links, Hotel Champlain, Bluff Point, N.Y.]

[Hotel Champlain from the lake, Bluff Point, N.Y.]

[Hotel Champlain from the lake, Bluff Point, N.Y.]

[Hotel Champlain, boat house & bathing beach, Bluff Point, N.Y.]

[Bluff Point, N.Y., Hotel Champlain, five o'clock tea at the golf club]

[Hotel Champlain from the west veranda, Bluff Point, N.Y.]

[Bluff Point, N.Y., Hotel Champlain, birches and pines, Green Drive]

[Hotel Champlain, dining room, Bluff Point, N.Y.]

[Hotel Champlain, ladies' parlor, Bluff Point, N.Y.]

[Hotel Champlain, west approach, Bluff Point, N.Y.]

[East terrace and Hotel Champlain, Bluff Point, N.Y.]

[Belle Case La Follette with horse at Maple Bluff farm, Madison, Wisconsin]

[East terrace and Hotel Champlain, Bluff Point, N.Y.]

[Franconia Notch and Echo Lake from artist's bluff, White Mts., N.H.]

[Hotel Champlain, front facade, Bluff Point, N.Y.]

[Hotel Champlain, lobby from south corridor, Bluff Point, N.Y.]

[Hotel Champlain, early morning on Lake Champlain, Bluff Point, N.Y.]

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