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[Ferdinand II, King of Spain, pointing across Atlantic to where Columbus is landing with three ships amid large group of Indians]

[Columbus landing on Hispaniola, Dec. 6, 1492; greeted by Arawak Indians]

Christopher Columbus

[Christopher Columbus leaving Spain to go to America]

Proclamation. Executive office. Columbus, Ohio, July 3, 1862. Fellow-citizens. Another appeal to your patriotism has become necessary. The enemies of our government, now assembled at Richmond in hostile array, largely outnumbered any disposable

To the public, and patrons of the Columbus sentinel. The card of John A. Bryan, which appeared in the Columbus Sentinel, on the 14th ult., seems to require of me at this time some notice ... J. R. Emrie. Columbus, April 15, 1833.

To the ladies of Columbus. The late excitement in the Indian nation, having compelled the unfortunate inhabitants to abondon their homes, in such haste as to deprive them of the power of furnishing themselves with the necessities of life- and we

A map of part of Alabama & Florida, showing the route of the proposed Columbus & Pensacola Rail Road, accompanying the report of Major J. D. Graham, U.S. Topographical Engr. Feb. 6th, 1836; drawn chiefly from the original surveys in the Gen. Land Office at Washington by Wm. R. Palmer, U.S. Asst. Civil Engr.

Columbus / painted by J.M.W. Turner R.A. ; engraved for the Eclectic Museum by John Sartain.

Great western & south-western mail route to Cleveland Pittsburg, Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Louisville, Terre Haute, Lafayette, St. Louis and all points south and west The following lines and magnificent low pressure steamers form a nig

[Design drawing for stained glass window for perpetuating Christianity with St. Augustine, King Arthur, Bishop Hobart, St. Francis, The Church of England, Pilgrims of Canterbury, Christopher Columbus, Spain, England, and France for All Saints Church in Detroit, Michigan]

[Title page of History of the United States, vol. I, showing Christopher Columbus holding sword and banner, with soldiers, priest, and Indian woman kneeling before him]

Genoa. Railway station. Statue of Columbus

Bird's eye view of Camp Chase near Columbus, Ohio.

Indian loving streamlet near the Chattahoochee, Columbus, Ga

[State Capitol, Columbus, Ohio]

On the Chattahoochee near Loving Leaf, with Eddie, Frank and Joe

Hon. Columbus Delano of Ohio

To western and north and south western travelers. Great national route! Baltimore & Ohio, Central Ohio and Little Miami railroads, via Wheeling & Columbus ... Washington H. Polkinhorn, printer. 1861.

The Presidential Journey - reception of the President in the hall of the Legislature of Columbus, Ohio- the Senate and Legislature in joint session

Condensed time table. Westward of the Indiana Central, Terre Haute & St. Louis, and Baltimore and Ohio railways. Through Columbus, Dayton & Indianapolis ... Indianapolis Journal Print. 1861.

Georgia.

[Photocopy showing two images of soldiers with handwritten captions. Incomplete image above is captioned Morgan's Command in Ohio Penitentiary, Columbus. Image below is captioned Louisiana Tigers, New Orleans, 1861]

[Brigadier General Jefferson Columbus Davis, Union officer, bust portrait, facing front]

[Private Thomas McCreary of Co. E, 3rd Kentucky Cavalry Regiment, in a Columbus depot jacket and holding a book]

Map of the Rebel fortifications at Columbus, Ky. /

Map of the rebel fortifications at Columbus, Ky. /

Map of the rebel fortifications at Columbus, Ky

Regimental flags of 41st O.V.I. / Baker's Art Gallery, Columbus, Ohio.

Henry W. Halleck to George B. McClellan, Tuesday, March 04, 1862 ("Telegram reporting capture of Columbus, Kentucky")

Map of the fortifications of Columbus, Ky. /

Map of the rebel fortifications at Columbus, Ky. /

[Columbus Doors, U.S. Capitol]

[Columbus Doors, U.S. Capitol]

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry sitting around table at Columbus, Kentucky

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry at Columbus, Kentucky sitting at table with African American boys

[Woman with cart of flowers on cobblestone street, probably in Europe]

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry in front of tent at Columbus, Kentucky

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry in front of tent at Columbus, Kentucky with African American boy

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry in front of a tent at Columbus, Kentucky

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry resting in camp at Columbus, Kentucky

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry at Columbus, Kentucky sitting at table with African American boys

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry resting at Columbus, Kentucky

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry at Columbus, Kentucky sitting in tent

[Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry drilling at Columbus, Kentucky]

Kentucky. Picket Reserve, 134th Ill Vol. Inf. Columbus, Ky

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry in front of a tent at Columbus, Kentucky

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry sitting in tent at Columbus, Kentucky

Columbus, Ga.

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry sitting in front of a tent at Columbus, Kentucky

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry in front of tent at Columbus, Kentucky with African American boy

[Bayoneted rifles on racks at arsenal of 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, Columbus, Kentucky] / From Carbutt's Garden City Photographic Gallery. 131 Lake Street, Chicago.

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry at Columbus, Kentucky

[Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry playing cards at Columbus, Kentucky]

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry in front of tent at Columbus, Kentucky holding flags and rifles

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry at Columbus, Kentucky sitting in tent

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry lined up at Columbus, Kentucky

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry at Columbus, Kentucky holding rifles and swords

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry at Columbus, Kentucky with flags

James R. Hubbell and Columbus Delano to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, February 27, 1864 (Telegram reporting that Union members of Ohio legislature support re-nomination of Lincoln)

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry at Columbus, Kentucky sitting in tent with two young boys

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry in front of tent at Columbus, Kentucky

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry resting at Columbus, Kentucky

Soldier from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry at Columbus, Kentucky in front of tent holding reins of mule

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry at Columbus, Kentucky

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry resting in camp at Columbus, Kentucky

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry resting at Columbus, Kentucky

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry sitting in front of a tent at Columbus, Kentucky with African American boy

Plan of fortifications at Columbus, Ga.

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry at Columbus, Kentucky

Reserve Picket 134th Ill Vol

Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry at Columbus, Kentucky in front of tent with African American boy

Columbus Delano, Hon. of Ohio. Delegate to Republican National Convention at Chicago in 1860. Second the nomination of Abraham Lincoln as a candidate for Pres. U.S. State Commissary General of Ohio in 1861

Genl. Mitchell of Columbus, Ohio

Thanksgiving. A proclamation by Charles Anderson, Governor of the State of Ohio ... Now, therefore, in consideration of these and other reasons, I Charles Anderson ... do hereby revoke the appointment of the day heretofore recommended to the peo

Thanksgiving for victory, peace, and our country saved. A proclamation by Charles Anderson, Governor of the State of Ohio ... I do hereby appoint the last Thursday, being the 30th day of the present month of November, as a day of general thanksg

The pride of Columbus

Group of excursts. at camp no. 1, Columbus, Neb.

Bird's eye view of Columbus, Columbia Co., Wisconsin 1868.

Lima. Statue of Columbus

Map showing the lines of the Columbus, Chicago, and Indiana Central Railway, and their connections.

Columbus explaining his discovery to King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella / drawn by John Gilbert.

Landing of Columbus

Departure of Columbus...

William Sooy Smith--Chicago, Ill. / Baker's Art Gallery, Columbus, O[hio].

[Dominican Republic, 1871]: The embarkadero, or wharf of Santo Domingo City, showing the Columbus Tree in the background

[Dominican Republic, 1871]: The Diago Columbus Spring on the Ozania River, ... Seamen filling casks with fresh water

State house at Columbus, Ohio

Birds eye view of Columbus, Ohio /

Views of the great ice gorge of February 1872, in the Mississippi river between Cairo, Ills., and Columbus, Ky., in which were caught the steamers Great Republic, St. Louis, Charles Bodmann, Illinois, and Nick Longworth / by J.J. Thomas, Photographic artist, cor. 8th St. and Com. Av., Cairo, Ills.

To the colored citizens of the State of Ohio. Friends:- The undersigned were appointed, at a meeting held in the city of Columbus, July 30th ult to call a Convention of the Colored citizens of the State of Ohio, to meet at Chillicothe, on the 22

[Bank note vignettes showing pilgrims, Christopher Columbus, and possibly other explorers landing in America on board ship]

[Bank note vignettes showing explorers including Christopher Columbus(?), pilgrims landing in America, women symbolizing arts and sciences, and Benjamin Franklin performing electricity experiment with key and kite]

State Democratic executive committee rooms of Ohio. Columbus, September 28th, 1875. Dear Sir: Only two weeks remain until the election ....

Map of the battlefield near Belmont, Missouri

International Exhibition, Phila., Pa.: Statue of Columbus

Map of the battlefield near Belmont, Missouri /

Root, hog, or die - Christopher Columbus Bennett has discovered the true Indian policy / Th. Nast.

Columbus, Ohio, August 12, 1880. To the of the United States: We, the undersigned, late soldiers of the 46th Regiment Ohio Volunteer infantry, respectfully represent that to our knowledge Col. Worthington of that regiment was never chargeable wi

Columbus Cleveland and his mutinous crew - "This ship shall not turn back!" / Gillam.

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