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Map of Columbia County, New York : from actual surveys /

Map of Columbia Co., New York : from actual surveys /

Cummings' map of Columbia and Montour counties, Penn'a : from actual surveys /

Map showing the timber leases on the Girard Estate in Schuylkill & Columbia Co's, Pa

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Lake City, Columbia County, Florida

Panoramic view of Dayton, W.T., county seat of Columbia County 1884.

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Catawissa, Columbia County, Pennsylvania

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Magnolia, Columbia County, Arkansas

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Kinderhook, Columbia County, New York

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Old Chatham, Columbia County, New York

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Hillsdale, Columbia County, New York

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Lodi, Columbia County, Wisconsin

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Lodi, Columbia County, Wisconsin

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Hillsdale, Columbia County, New York

Official map of Columbia County, Washington : compiled from U.S. Government and rail road surveys and the county records of said county

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Lodi, Columbia County, Wisconsin

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from McNeil, Columbia County, Arkansas

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Cambria, Columbia County, Wisconsin

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Fall River, Columbia County, Wisconsin

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Fall River, Columbia County, Wisconsin

Rural cheese maker operates small factory with the aid of his daughter. Near Portage, Wisconsin

Dead-end. Hudson, New York

A tobacco farm

Station. Chatham, New York

A tobacco farm

A tobacco farm

Removing butter from churn. Creamery at Portage, Wisconsin

Chatham, New York. Chatham House hotel

Creamery at Portage, Wisconsin

Packing butter in Friday boxes. Portage, Wisconsin

Very old farmhouse still in use near Hudson, New York

Railway crossing. Chatham, New York

Station. Chatham, New York

Railway crossing. Chatham, New York

Rural cheese maker operates small factory with the aid of his daughter. Near Portage, Wisconsin

Adding salt to butter in churn. Portage, Wisconsin

Removing butter from churn. Creamery at Portage, Wisconsin

A tobacco farm

Chatham, New York. Chatham House hotel

Rural cheese maker operates small factory with help of his daughter. Near Portage, Wisconsin

Creamery at Portage, Wisconsin

Packing butter in Friday boxes. Portage, Wisconsin

Dead-end. Hudson, New York

Adding salt to butter in churn. Portage, Wisconsin

Getting sample of butter from churn. Portage, Wisconsin

Tobacco farm near Portage, Wisconisn

Tobacco farm near Portage, Wisconisn

U.S. Reports: Smith v. Columbia County, 362 U.S. 215 (1960)

Columbia County, Pennsylvania

General soil map, Columbia County, Arkansas

Water table interpretive map : Columbia County, Pennsylvania

Slope interpretive map : Columbia County, Pennsylvania

Dwellings with basements, interpretive map : Columbia County, Pennsylvania

Flooding hazard interpretive map : Columbia County, Pennsylvania

K factor interpretive map : Columbia County, Pennsylvania

Local roads and streets, interpretive map : Columbia County, Pennsylvania

Aerial view of a farmstead in Columbia County, Wisconsin

Aerial view of a farmstead in Columbia County, Wisconsin

Aerial view of a farmstead in Columbia County, Wisconsin

Aerial view of farmland and farmsteads in Columbia County, Wisconsin

Aerial view of a cement plant in Columbia County, Wisconsin

The community church in Starbuck, Washington, a desolate community that has no known connection to one of Washington State's most famous products: Starbucks coffee, which first appeared in Seattle

A high railroad trestle in remote Columbia County, Washington

Starbuck, Washington, is a remote, dusty place that assuredly has no connection to the Starbucks coffee empire that took shape elsewhere in the state

Humble rodeo arena in Starbuck, Washington, a desolate community that has no known connection to one of Washington State's most famous products: Starbucks coffee, which first appeared in Seattle

View of the Palouse River as it leaves Palouse Falls State Park, near Starbuck, Washington

A sweeping field of grain near Starbuck, Washington

Here at Palouse Falls State Park named the State Waterfall in 2014, near Starbuck, Washington, the Palouse River runs through a narrow cataract and drops 200 feet to a churning bowl

Train track, seemingly to nowhere, in Starbuck, Washington, a desolate community that has no known connection to one of Washington State's most famous products: Starbucks coffee, which first appeared in Seattle

Seemingly endless rows of stacked hay bales near Starbuck, Washington

Gingerbread House, New Concord, Columbia County, NY

Shaker Second Family, Carriage Block, Shaker Road, New Lebanon, Columbia County, NY

Shaker South Family, Loom Room, Shaker Road, New Lebanon, Columbia County, NY

Shaker Church Family Waterpower Building, Shaker Road, New Lebanon, Columbia County, NY

Shaker Church Family Reservoir, Shaker Road, New Lebanon, Columbia County, NY

Shaker Center Family, Carpenter's Shop, Shaker Road, New Lebanon, Columbia County, NY

Shaker Village (Sketch Map), New Lebanon, Columbia County, NY

House, Copake, Columbia County, NY

Shaker Second Family Herb House, Shaker Road, New Lebanon, Columbia County, NY

Shaker Church Family, Church, Shaker Road, New Lebanon, Columbia County, NY

Shaker Center Family, Boys' Dormitory, Shaker Road, New Lebanon, Columbia County, NY

Lathrope House, Stockport, Columbia County, NY

Shaker Upper Canaan Family, Shop Buildings, Shaker Road, New Lebanon, Columbia County, NY

Old Parsonage, Old Chatham, Columbia County, NY

Run House (Porch), Old Chatham, Columbia County, NY

Reformed Church, New Concord, Columbia County, NY

Shaker Second Family, Gate, Shaker Road, New Lebanon, Columbia County, NY

Shaker Church Family Apple Drying Kiln, Shaker Road, New Lebanon, Columbia County, NY

Shaker Centre Family (General View), Shaker Road, New Lebanon, Columbia County, NY

Shaker Church Family Herb House, Shaker Road, New Lebanon, Columbia County, NY

Shaker Center Family, Cemetery, Shaker Road, New Lebanon, Columbia County, NY

Shaker Church Family, Old Post Office, Shaker Road, New Lebanon, Columbia County, NY

Shaker North Family, Farm Deacon's Shop, Shaker Road, New Lebanon, Columbia County, NY

Livingston House, State Route 9E, Livingston Township, Hudson, Columbia County, NY

Shaker South Family Barn, Shaker Road, New Lebanon, Columbia County, NY

Print Works, Stockport, Columbia County, NY

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Columbia County, Georgia, Citizens to George Washington, August 29, 1795

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Berwick, Columbia County, Pennsylvania

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Kilbourn, Columbia County, Wisconsin

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania

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