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The star spangled banner ... Written by F. Key, Esq. During the conflict between Fort M' Henry, and the British Fleet, in 1814. Swain typ. [181-]

General La Fayette. To have been a partaker with Washington, in the perils and glory of our great conflict for freedom, is a passport to our hearts. In meeting you, his loved form seems to approach us ... Chester County, July 26, 1825.

Desperate conflict of American seamen under Decatur, on boarding a Tripolitan corsair / Whitney and Jocelyn sc; Darley, fecit.

The real "irrepressible conflict"--[See Congressional debates]

Battle of Antietam, Maryland--Burnside's division carrying the bridge over the Antietam Creek, and storming the Rebel position, after a desperate conflict of four hours, Wednesday, September 17 / from a sketch by our special artist, Mr. Edwin Forbes.

James H. Lane to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, July 17, 1863 (Conflict between General Blunt and Governor Carney; endorsed by Abel C. Wilder)

John A. McClernand to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, February 01, 1863 (Conflict between him and Grant over command of an expedition)

The pending conflict

The pending conflict

H. W. Gray to Thomas W. Price, Tuesday, July 26, 1864 (Conflict between William D. Kelly and Cornelius A. Walborn)

Important operations in Virginia. The Army of the Potomac across the Rapidan-Scene of the impending conflict between Generals Grant and Lee.

Map of the seat of war. To accompany the American Conflict.

Map of the seat of war. To accompany the American Conflict.

Map of the seat of war : to accompany the American Conflict /

Desperate conflict in a barn

The "War of Races"--The conflict in Tennessee - the "Regulators" shooting Blacks near Trenton, in Gibson County / sketched by W. Webb Metz.

Conflict of the Linn boys with the Indians

General Richard S. Ewell--General Ewell, of Jackson's Corps, was severely wounded in the conflict with King's division on August 28 / H.V. sc ; from a photograph by Cook.

A deadly conflict. The kidnapper foiled

"The irrepressible conflict" / C.J. Taylor.

Conflict of authority / K.

Employee housing. One of the house types at the construction village at Wheeler, Alabama. Most early house types of the TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) were more or less in harmony with local traditional building design to minimize avoiding conflict with strongly held prejudices, but improvements in detail and a closer approach to thoroughly modern concepts were sought for and attained on each subsequent project

General planning. This photograph is included in the series as a vivid document on the impingement of Twentieth Century technology upon the neglected and backward rural scene. The meter on the wall of the rural shack indicates that it now receives its share of electricity from the power carried overland by the huge TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) transmission line. TVA program must resolve the conflict between between modern and ancient ways of life so that individuals, similar to those which are shown in the picture, will be benefited

No partisanship here. Washington, D.C., March 16. Partisan politics were forgotten today when Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace appeared before the Senate Banking and Currency Committee. Wallace, who told the Committee that the U.S. must be prepared for an 'armed conflict between the currencies', was greeted by Senator Robert A. Taft, republican, over the head of another G.O.P Senator John G. Townsend, Jr., 3-16-39

A poster comes to life. The lives of these men depends upon the others. Soldier, sailor and welder watch tireless steelworkers at one of Allegheny-Ludlum's mills as they shovel alloy materials into a fifty-ton electric furnace which produces high alloy steel for ships and guns. Thus the three who posed for the "Men Working Together" poster--soldier, sailor and welder--realize the truth of that brief sentence. Different as their roles are in this conflict, they are all working for victory together. Allegheny-Steel, Pittsburgh

[South Korean soldiers of the 1st Division, I Corps, prepare and lay an antitank mine somewhere in Korea during the Korean conflict]

Korean Conflict. Men of the 3rd Battalion, 34th Infantry Regiment, 35th Infantry Division, covering up behind rocks to shield themselves from exploding mortar shells, near the Hantan River in central Korea

U.S. Reports: Livadas v. Bradshaw, 512 U.S. 107 (1994)

U.S. Reports: O'Melveny & Myers v. F.D.I.C., 512 U.S. 79 (1994)

U.S. Reports: New York State Conference of Blue Cross & (and) Blue Shield Plans et al. v. Travelers Insurance Co. et al., 514 U.S. 645 (1995)

Greater Mandera Triangle conflict (January-November 2006).

Urges middle class to unite to preserve democracy. Washington, D.C., March 21. Appearing before the Senate Civil Liberties Committee, Lawrence W. Campbell, Secretary of the Johnstown Citizens Committee, urged the American middle class to unite to preserve democracy and protect themselves from 'extermination by unwarranted industrial conflict'

World War ace at air safety conference. Washington D.C. Appearing at the Air Safety Conference today at the Department of Commerce, Eddie Rickenbacker, famous World War Ace and now a prominent air line official, proposed that a special review board be established to study causes of air crashes in which a conflict of opinion arises between airline operators and the Bureau of Air Commerce Rickenbacker made the Proposal after viewing a Chart Displayed by Gene Vidal, Air Commece Director, Listing the Primary Cause of 16 of 27 Accidents as Due to "Pilot's Error" Director Vidal (right) Agreed with Rickenbacker, Adding, However, that he was not Speaking for the Department but for himself.

Against involvement of U.S. in sino-Japanese conflict. Washington, D.C., Nov. 23. Senator Gerald P. Nye, Republican of North Dakota and Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, (right) Republican of Massachusetts, are the latest to join the block of mandatory neutrality Senators insisting that President Roosevelt invoke the Neutrality Act to Keep the United States out of the Sino-Japanese conflict. Nye has demanded that United States stay out of such conferences as the Brussels Nine-Power Meetings, while Lodge has announced that he will sponsor amendments to [...] Neutrality Act providing for mandatory instead of [...]ent discretionary provisions. 11/23/37

Japanese women's leader is received by first lady. Washington, D.C., Dec. 7. Mrs. Waka Yamada, Japanese Women's Leader and journalist, leaving the White House today after delivering a message of peace to Mrs. Roosevelt from women of Japan. Mrs. Yamada told Mrs. Roosevelt that the mothers of Japan and Chine do not have each other, and want to work together to end the conflict in the far east. 12/7/37

"The irrespressible conflict" Or the Republican barge in danger

The first naval conflict between iron clad vessels. In Hampton Roads, March 9th. 1862

George W. Brown and Thomas H. Hicks to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, April 19, 1861 (Telegram reporting conflict between citizens of Baltimore and soldiers)

George W. Brown and Thomas H. Hicks to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, April 19, 1861 (Telegram reporting conflict between citizens of Baltimore and soldiers)

George W. Brown and Thomas H. Hicks to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, April 19, 1861 (Telegram reporting conflict between citizens of Baltimore and soldiers)

George W. Brown and Thomas H. Hicks to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, April 19, 1861 (Telegram reporting conflict between citizens of Baltimore and soldiers)

T. B. Pugh to William D. Kelley, Tuesday, July 26, 1864 (Conflict between Kelley and Cornelius A. Walborn)

T. B. Pugh to William D. Kelley, Tuesday, July 26, 1864 (Conflict between Kelley and Cornelius A. Walborn)

Cyrus Griffin to Thomas Jefferson, October 6, 1778, Continental Congress; Conflict Between Eastern and Southern States; American Commissioners in Europe

Cyrus Griffin to Thomas Jefferson, October 6, 1778, Continental Congress; Conflict Between Eastern and Southern States; American Commissioners in Europe

Cyrus Griffin to Thomas Jefferson, October 6, 1778, Continental Congress; Conflict Between Eastern and Southern States; American Commissioners in Europe

Cyrus Griffin to Thomas Jefferson, October 6, 1778, Continental Congress; Conflict Between Eastern and Southern States; American Commissioners in Europe

Cyrus Griffin to Thomas Jefferson, October 6, 1778, Continental Congress; Conflict Between Eastern and Southern States; American Commissioners in Europe

"Thoughts and Recollections of the Anti-Slavery Conflict"

"Thoughts and Recollections of the Anti-Slavery Conflict"

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