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[Map of Atlantic Coast of North America from the Chesapeake Bay to Florida].

To the merchants and other inhabitants of Pennsylvania. [Recommending canals between the Susquehanna and Schuylkill and the Chesapeake and the Delaware] [Signed] A friend to trade. Philadelphia. Dec. 13, 1771.

[Map of the country between and bordering the Delaware River and Chesapeake Bay, showing roads to Philadelphia and localities.

A new and accurate chart of the Bay of Chesapeake, with all the shoals, channels, islands, entrances, soundings, and sailing-marks, as far as the navigable part of the rivers Patowmack, Patapsco and north-east.

Thomas Jefferson, June-July 1776, Map of Action at Gwyn's Island, Chesapeake Bay

Carte de la baie de Chesapeake et de la partie navigable des rivières, James, York, Patowmack, Patuxen, Patapsco, North-East, Choptank et Pokomack.

Chart showing the depth of the James and York rivers as they enter Chesapeake Bay, with towns adjacent.

Plan of the post at Great Bridge, on the south branch of the Elizabeth River, Virginia, establish'd the 5th February 1781.

Map of the State of Maryland laid down from an actual survey of all the principal waters, public roads, and divisions of the counties therein; describing the situation of the cities, towns, villages, houses of worship and other public buildings, furnaces, forges, mills, and other remarkable places; and of the Federal Territory; as also a sketch of the State of Delaware shewing the probable connexion of the Chesapeake and Delaware Bays.

Map of the State of Maryland laid down from an actual survey of all the principal waters, public roads, and divisions of the counties therein; describing the situation of the cities, towns, villages, houses of worship and other public buildings, furnaces, forges, mills, and other remarkable places; and of the Federal Territory; as also a sketch of the State of Delaware shewing the probable connexion of the Chesapeake and Delaware Bays.

Section of the northern course of the canal from the tide in the Elk River at Frenchtown to the forked [oak] in Mr. Rudulph's swamp : [Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, Maryland portion] /

Carlisle, Pennsylvania, Register, June 1807, USS Chesapeake

[Cut] Offset of the Chesapeake, or The capture of Fort George and repulse of the enemy from Sacket's harbor. [1813].

Elegy, in remembrance of James Lawrence, Esquire: (Late commander of the United States Frigate Chesapeake.) [1813].

[James Lawrence, 1781-1813--Memorial. Elegy in remembrance of James Lawrence, Esquire: (late commander of the United States frigate Chesapeake)]

Struck with the gallantry, skill, and decision, displayed by Sir Philip Bowes Vere Broke, Baronet, K.C.B. Commander of his Majesty's ship, the Shannon, in the attack, boarding, and capture of the American frigate, the Chesapeake ... / manufactured by S. Hougham & Co. ; Henry Meyer execudit.

[Diagrammatic map of real property condemned in favor of the Potomac Company in Washington D.C. for the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal].

This survey of the River Patapsco and part of Chesapeake Bay,

This survey of the River Patapsco and part of Chesapeake Bay,

This survey of the River Patapsco and part of Chesapeake Bay,

This survey of the River Patapsco and part of Chesapeake Bay,

Map of the country contiguous to the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal /

Chesapeake & Delaware Canal, topographical view /

Chesapeake & Delaware Canal, topographical view /

Sir: We send, herewith, a "Review of the report of the Corporation of Washington against the acceptance of the act of the State of Maryland for completing the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal" to which we respectfully call your attention ... Washington

Statistics of the Chesapeake and Ohio canal [1841].

Great Southern mail route from New York to N. Orleans! Through in 71/2 days. Via Washington City and Richmond, and the Chesapeake Bay and James River lines, to Charleston, Augusta, and Atlanta, Geo. Notasulga and Montgomery, Ala ... W. B. Wiley,

Fort Monroe and vicinity showing entrance to Chesapeake Bay, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Gosport Navy Yard &c.

Plan of Foundry site : [Washington D.C.] /

Chesapeake & Patapsco

[Three sailboats on Chesapeake Bay]

Alexander D. Bache to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, April 26, 1861 (Sends coast survey of Chesapeake Bay)

[Map of the James River Valley from the vicinity of Richmond to Chesapeake Bay : including parts of Henrico, Chesterfield, Charles City, and James City counties, Va.].

Preliminary chart of the Atlantic coast : from the entrance of Chesapeake Bay to Ocracoke Inlet /

Chesapeake Bay, Sheet no. 1, York River, Hampton Roads, Chesapeake entrance..

Monitor map, showing the whole seacoast from Chesapeake Bay, down to Savannah harbor, and the whole country between Richmond & Savannah, with map on large scale of the harbor of Charleston.

Chesapeake Bay. Sheet 6, from the mouth of York River to the entrance to bay.

Chesapeake Hospital, Hampton, Va.

Map showing the Fredericksburg & Gordonsville Rail Road of Virginia, leading from Fredericksburg, via Orange C.H., to Charlottesville, where it connects with the Chesapeake & Ohio R.R. and the extension of the Orange & Alexandra R.R. to Lynchburg.

Map showing the economic minerals along the route of the Chesapeake & Ohio Rail Way to accompany the geological report of Thomas S. Ridgway.

Map of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad and its connections.

Craighill's channel range or leading lights, Chesapeake Bay--The low light

Craighill's channel range or leading lights, Chesapeake Bay--The high light

Map showing locations of iron properties on and near Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, Virginia /

Chesapeake & Ohio Canal about 1880

[Outline map of eastern Virginia and the Chesapeake Bay region].

The oyster war in Chesapeake Bay

The oyster war in Chesapeake Bay

The oyster war in Chesapeake Bay

"She pretended to eat a little of the furmity with the leaden spoon." / R. Barnes. An engagement in the oyster war on the Chesapeake / / from a sketch by F. Cresson Schell

Maryland--The oyster war--A state police steamer overhauling a pirate boat on Chesapeake Bay, off Swan's Point / from a sketch by Frank Adams.

[C&O Canal and Wisconsin Avenue Bridge, Georgetown, Washington, D.C.]

Oystering on the Chesapeake

Point of Rocks, Maryland

Up the Potomac, Williamsport

Potomac River at Williamsport, Md

[C. & O. (Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company) station and terminal, Newport, Virginia]

[James River Water Gap, Chesapeake & Ohio Railway, Clifton Forge, Va.]

Tow path, C & O Canal, near Washington

[Down New River from Hinton, Chesapeake & Ohio Railway, Fayette, W. Va.]

[Chimney Rock and New River canyon near Chesapeake & Ohio Railway, Fayette, W. Va.]

Potomac River at Williamsport, Md

[C. & O. (Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company) station and terminal, Newport, Virginia]

Tow path, C & O Canal, near Washington

Sunset on the Potomac, near Washington

Sunset on the Potomac, near Washington

[Str. Virginia, C. & O. (Chesapeake and Ohio) Line]

[Str. Virginia, C. & O. (Chesapeake and Ohio) Line]

Chesapeake and Ohio Canal at Williamsport, Md

Chesapeake and Ohio Canal at Williamsport, Md.

Picking crabs for market, on banks of Chesapeake Bay, Md., U.S.A.

Oyster tongers fishing from stern, Chesapeake Bay, Md., U.S.A.

The Chesapeake

Hut of oyster fisherman, Chesapeake Bay, near Sherwood, Md., U.S.A.

Dredging oysters from sailing craft, Chesapeake Bay, Md., U.S.A.

Hut of oyster fishermen, Chesapeake Bay, near Sherwood, Md., U.S.A.

Oyster tongers fishing from side of boat, Chesapeake Bay, Md., U.S.A.

[C. & O. (Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company) piers, Newport News, Virginia]

[Group disembarking from a rowboat along the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal near the Abner Cloud House at Fletcher's Cove, Georgetown, D.C.]

Chesapeake & Ohio Canal

[Fayette, W. Va., Chimney Rock & New River canyon near Chesapeake and Ohio Railway]

C. & O. Ry. [i.e. Chesapeake and Ohio Railway] at Sandstone Falls, W. Va.

Oscar Weston, 1320 Berkley Av. Been "toteing work" off and on for a year at Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and labels 2244 to 2249. Location: Berkley, Virginia.

Every one of these youngsters went into work when the whistle blew, noon June 15, 1911, in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and labels 2245 to 2249. Following are some of their names; (youngest refused to give names): Otto Lowe, 78 Seaboard Ave. Finishing Room. D.M. Deschields, 25 Phillip St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Oscar Weston 1320 Berkley Ave. Totes work. Lonnie Wommack, Hawthorn Ave. So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Jack Harrell, 66 Perry St., So. Norfolk, Finishing Room. Waverley Roseberry, 250 St. James St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Charlie McHorney, 4 Poindexter St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Location: Berkley, Virginia.

Every one of these youngsters went into work when the whistle blew, noon June 15, 1911, in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and labels 2245 to 2249. Following are some of their names; (youngest refused to give names) - - Otto, Lowe, 78 Seaboard Ave. Finishing Room. D.M. Deschields, 25 Phillip St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Oscar Weston, 1320 Berkley Ave., Totes work. Lonnie Wommack, Hawthorn Ave. So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Jack Harrell, 66 Perry St., So. Norfolk, Finishing Room. Waverley Roseberry, 250 St. James St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room, Charlie McHorney, 4 Poindexter St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Location: Berkley, Virginia.

These boys, and others, work in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and label 2245 to 2249. Following are some of their names; - (the youngest refused to give names): Otto, Lowe, 78 Seaboard Ave. Finishing Room. D. M. Deschields, 25 Phillip St. So, Norfolk, Winding Room. Oscar Westo[n] 1320 Berkley Ave. Totes work. Lonnie Wommack, Hawthorn Ave. So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Jack Harrell, 66 Perry St., So. Norfolk, Finishing Room. Waverley Roseberry, 250 St. James St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Charlie McHorney, 4 Poindexter St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Location: Berkley, Virginia.

Every one of these youngsters went into work when the whistle blew, noon June 15, 1911, in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and labels 2245 to 2249. Following are some of their names; (youngest refused to give names): Otto, Lowe, 78 Seaboard Ave. Finishing Room. D.M. Deschields, 25 Phillip St. So, Norfolk, Winding Room. Oscar Weston, 1320 Berkley Ave. Totes work. Lonnie Wommack, Hawthorn Ave., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Jack Harrell, 66 Perry St., So. Norfolk, Finishing Room. Waverley Roseberry, 250 St. James St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Charlie McHorney, 4 Poindexter St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Location: Berkley, Virginia.

These boys, and others, work in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and label 2245 to 2249. Following are some of their names: (the youngest refused to give names). Otto, Lowe, 78 Seaboard Ave. Finishing Room. D. M. Deschields, 25 Phillip St. So, Norfolk, Winding Room. Oscar Weston 1320 Berkley Ave. Totes work. Lonnie Wommack, Hawthorn Ave. So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Jack Harrell, 66 Perry St., So. Norfolk, Finishing Room. Waverley Roseberry, 250 St. James St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room, Charlie McHorney, 4 Poindexter St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Location: Berkley, Virginia.

Every one of these youngsters went into work when the whistle blew, noon June 15, 1911. These boys and others work in the Chesapeake Knitting Mills, Berkley, Va. See also photos and labels 2245 to 2249. Following are some of their names; (youngest refused to give names): Otto, Lowe, 78 Seaboard Ave. Finishing Room. D.M. Deschields, 25 Phillip St., So, Norfolk, Winding Room. Oscar WestoN, 1320 Berkley Ave., Totes work. Lonnie Wommack, Hawthorn Ave., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Jack Harrell, 66 Perry St., So. Norfolk, Finishing Room. Waverley Roseberry, 250 St. James St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Charlie McHorney, 4 Poindexter St., So. Norfolk, Winding Room. Location: Berkley, Virginia.

Lock on the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal near Washington, D.C.

Sailing down the Chesapeake Bay

CHESAPEAKE & POTOMAC TELEPHONE CO. TELEPHONE GIRLS

CHESAPEAKE & POTOMAC TELEPHONE CO. TELEPHONE GIRLS

CHESAPEAKE & POTOMAC TELEPHONE CO. TELEPHONE GIRLS

CHESAPEAKE & POTOMAC TELEPHONE CO. TELEPHONE GIRLS

CHESAPEAKE & OHIO CANAL.

CHESAPEAKE & OHIO CANAL

CHESAPEAKE & POTOMAC TELEPHONE CO. TRANSPORTING PHONE GIRLS IN TRUCKS DURING STRIKE

CHESAPEAKE & OHIO CANAL. CANAL BOAT

CHESAPEAKE & OHIO CANAL. CANAL BOAT