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U.S.S. Chicago, one of the crew

Capt. Edward Low in a hurricane which he and all the crew had like to perished

Capt. Avery and his crew taking one of the Great Mogul's ships

Five hundred pounds reward. [For the capture of the Viginia built pilot boat St. Louis which has be seized and carried off by her crew] [Signed] Anthony Marmajou. Philadelphia 16th July 1778. Philadelphia: Printed by John Dunlap, in Market-stree

Thomas Jefferson to Robert Crew, September 10, 1789

Piratical barbarity [Woodcut] Representation of the horrid massacre of the unfortunate crew of the Sloop Eliza-Ann, by the pirates, March 1825. Just published a new and interesting work, entitled Piratical barbarity or the female captire ... and

Battle of the Potomac. with the Malays. Written by one of the crew [1832].

Temperance poem. Dedicated to the noble crew of the United States receiving ship Franklin, at Charlestown Navy Yard and sung in the Boston Baptist Bethen, corner of Lewis and Commercial Streets, Friday evening September 7th, 1849, after the pres

A gun crew on deck of U.S.S. Mendota, James River, Va.

Officers and crew on deck of gunboat Agawam, James River, Va.

Crew on deck of monitor Lehigh, James River, Va.

Gun crew on deck of U.S.S. Miami, [i.e. Mendota] James River, Va.

Crew on deck of monitor Saugus, James River, Va.

Camp of the Negro Labor crew of the Q.M. Dept, Belle Plain, Va.

Crew on deck of U.S.S. Colorado

[Group portrait of the crew on the deck of an ironclad]

Zouave ambulance crew demonstrating removal of wounded soldiers from the field

Pivot guns crew, U.S. Steamer Pocahontas

Last of the Alabama Commodore Winslows grand victory march. Respectfully inscribed to the crew of the Kearsarge / / L.N. Rosenthal lith.

Welcome song, dedicated to the commander, officers and crew of the U.S. Sloop-of-war Kearsarfe, on her arrival at the Charlestown Navy Yard, Nov. 7, 1864 By Phineas Stowe, Pastor of the 1st Bap. Mariners' Church, Boston. ... Boston. W.& E. Howe,

Charleston, South Carolina (vicinity). Gun with crew on Morris Island

George Napper's boat & crew at dinner at Gwins landing

Capt. Ed. Armstrong (Col'd) & crew of batteau Tam O'Shanter on beach of New River, Section 103, near 1st Res. 2nd N. R. Div.

The celebrated Paris crew of Saint John, N.B.

Arrival of the surviving prisoners of the "Virginius" crew at New York - demonstrations of welcome by their friends and sympathizers at Trujillo's restaurant in Pine Street / sketched by Matt Morgan.

To the Honorable Senate and House of representatives in Congress assembled. The memorial of the undersigned, in behalf of the officers and crew of the iron-clad steamer Monitor, respectfully represents ... John L. Worden, Read Admiral United Sta

[The crew of the Navy Fusiliers] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[The crew of the Navy Fusiliers] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[Railroad crew and tracks, Mexico]

[The crew of the Imperial Ironclad Frigate Orhaniye] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[The crew of the Imperial Ironclad Frigate Hamidiye] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[The crew of the Imperial Ironclad Frigate Osmaniye] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[A photograph of an artillery harnessed with horses along with its officer and crew] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[The crew and the teacher of the lifeboat, Riva] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[The lifesaving crew at Riva]

[The crew of the Imperial Ironclad Frigate Asar-i Tevfik] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

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

New York City--Flower-show, in aid of the German and Orthopedic Hospitals, given at Fifth Avenue and Twenty-Eighth Street, March 9th-14th / Mazzanovich. Texas--The great railway strike on the Wabash and Southwestern system - The "crew" of a freight train abandoning their locomotive at the command of strikers.

Threshing crew on Mr. Golson's farm, Custer County, Nebraska.

Jim Gates threshing crew near Gates P.O., Custer County, Nebraska.

Threshing crew shown using horse and mule power in threshing alfalfa, Custer County, Nebraska.

Large threshing crew near Berwyn, Custer County, Nebraska.

Threshing crew shown using horse power to thresh wheat, Custer County, Nebraska

Threshing crew shown using horse and mule power in threshing alfalfa, Custer County, Nebraska.

Threshing crew shown using horse power to thresh wheat, Custer County, Nebraska

Ike Buck crew threshing in the Platte Valley near Gibbon, Buffalo County, Nebraska

The crew of the derby hat

A Racing crew

U.S.S. Vixen, machine gun and crew

Boat crew, Russian [i.e. French] navy

Boat crew, Russian [i.e. French] navy

Breech of 8 inch gun and crew

U.S.S. New York, breech of 8 inch gun and crew

Boat crew, Russian navy

Brazilian boat crew waiting for the word, Columbian Naval Review, 1892 [i.e. 1893]

Boat crew, Russian navy

U.S.S. New York, crew of forward 8 inch guns

U.S.S. New York, 8 inch gun and crew

U.S.S. New York, a champion boat crew

[U.S.S. Oregon, gunner George Sanderson and crew]

U.S.S. Massachusetts, crew at mess

U.S.S. Massachusetts, crew at mess

U.S.S. Oregon, 6-pounder and crew

U.S.S. Oregon, 6-pounder and crew

U.S.S. Massachusetts, 6 inch gun and crew

U.S.S. Oregon, breech of 6-inch gun and crew

[U.S.S. Oregon, gunner George Sanderson and crew]

New York Sunday Herald, May 31st 1896. Yale's great henley crew

U.S.S. Massachusetts, 6 pounder and crew

U.S.S. Massachusetts, 6 inch gun and crew

U.S.S. Iowa, 4 inch gun and crew

U.S.S. Yankee, crew after 48 hours coaling

Crew of Battleship MASSACHUSETTS - and 2 of her 8 eight-inch guns

Starboard crew - Naval Reserve Ship YANKEE

U.S.S. Huntress, officers and crew

U.S.S. Free Lance, officers and crew

U.S.S. Oregon, a gun crew, Battle of Santiago

U.S.S. Oregon, Capt. Clark and officers and crew of after 13 inch turret, Battle of Santiago

U.S.S. Nahant, 1-pound gun and crew

U.S.S. Nahant, 1-pound gun and crew

U.S.S. Huntress, crew

U.S.S. Nahant, 6-pound gun and crew

Hobson and crew escaping form the Merrimac

U.S.S. Olympia - crew's mess, 1899 / photo by Frances Benjamin Johnston.

U.S.S. New York, breech of 8 inch gun and crew

[U.S.S. New York, a boat crew]

[U.S.S. Olympia, view of the crew's quarters]

[Miss Johnston having a meal with the crew on the Olympia]

U.S.S. New York, apprentice boat crew, anniversary of Santiago

Crew of DEFENDER

U.S.S. New York, a gun crew, anniversary of Santiago, 1899

[Lifesaving crew at practice in the ocean, distant view]

Nine men of Annapolis crew, not G.G. Bain Copyright

Caroline crew

Crew of ROOSEVELT

Crew on deck of Orotava, ice clinging to her

Adm. Jackson & Crew of NC-4

Lipton & Crew

Roosevelt's crew: 1st Mate Gushie, Chief Eng. Wardwill & the men

Boat Crew -- PRES. HARDING

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