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By the Honourable John Nanfan, Esq. His Majesties Lieut. Governour and Commander in Chief in and over the Province of New York ... A proclamation [Offering to stay prosecution of Rip Van Dam, if he will appear before the royal council and acknow

Croton Dam / drawn for D.T. Valentine ; drawn & lithd. by G. Hayward.

[Nine men and a small dam?]

Garrett Davis: by Glencoe, dam by Sir Leslie

Highlander, by Glencoe, dam Castanet, by Monarch

Taylor's Dam on the Rappahannock

Building the Red River Dam

Building the Red River Dam

The campaign in Kentucky--The national troops under General Johnston advancing on the Louisville and Nashville Turnpike, overtaken by the equipage and baggage train on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad / from a sketch by our special artist with General Buell's command. The campaign on the Potomac--Unsuccessful attempt of the Rebels to destroy dam no. 5, on the upper Potomac, near Williamsport, Maryland, December 1861 / from a sketch by Capt. Henry Bacon of the 13th Massachusetts volunteers.

The campaign on the Potomac - unsuccessful attempt of the Rebels to destroy dam no. 5, on the upper Potomac, near Williamsport, Maryland, December 1861 / from a sketch by Capt. Henry Bacon for the 13th Massachusetts Volunteers.

Bear River, Dam and Ditch, Placer County

Trotting stallion George M. Patchen Jr. of California: by George M. Patchen, dam an abdallah mare

Kidd's Dam Meadow lake, Summit City - Central Pacific Railroad

The celebrated trotting Stallion George Wilkes, formerly "Robert Fillingham": by Hambletonian, dam Dolly Spanker, by Mambrino. As he appeared in his great Wagon Race against Lady Thorne. Over the union course L.I. June 14th 1866,-match $1000 mile heats best 3 in 5 to Wagons

Bird's eye view of the city of Beaver Dam, Dodge Co., Wisconsin 1867.

The celebrated trotting mare Widow McChree, formerly called "Mary Hoyt": Owned by Capt. Isaiah Rynders, N.Y. sired by Old American Star, he by Sir Henry, by Sir Archy, by imp Diomed, her dam by Duroc, by Old Duroc, by imp Diomed

View of the great dam, Holyoke, Mass. From South Hadley Falls / J. Bowker del.

The dam

Trotting stallion Tom Moore driven by Danl. Mace: sired by Hambletonian dam by Townsend Mare raised by John Minchin Goshen Orange County, N.Y.

Fleety golddust: By old golddust, dam a Morgan mare

The celebrated trotting horse Camors, by the Gen. Knox, dam by Black Hawk: Won the first two heats in the contest for the $7,500 purse, at Buffalo, N.Y. August 7, 1874

The celebrated trotting horse Gloster by volunteer, dam by Stockbridge Chief: Winner of the first prize in the $6,000 purse, for 2:20 horses, at Rochester, N.Y. Aug. 14th 1874

Trotting stallion Smuggler owned by H.S. Russell,(Milton, Mass.): by Blanco, dam by Herod's Tuckahoe

Nettie: by Rysdyk's Hambletonian, dam, and American star mare

The celebrated trotting mare Lula, owned by Mr. Joseph Harker: By Alexander's Norman, dam thoroughbred

Music: Chestnut Mare, by Middletown, dam by Roe's Fiddler

Lula: Bay Mare, by Alexander's Norman, dam by imp. Hooten

Lady Maud: bay mare, by General Knox; pedigree of dam, unknown

Rarus: by Conklins Abdallah, dam Unknown, record 2:20 3/4, Sept. 1st 1875

Bella: by Rysdyk's Hambletonian, dam by Jupiter Abdallah. Record 2:22

Occident: (formerly "Wonder,") brown gelding, by pacing stallion St. Clair, dam's pedigree unknown

Champion trotting stallion Smuggler owned by H.S. Russell, Milton Mass.: By Blanco, dam by Herod's Tuckahoe

Hopeful: grey gelding, by Godfrey's Patchen, dam unknown

Parole: brown gelding by Imp. Leamington, dam Maiden by Lexington

Hopeful: grey gelding, by Godfrey's Patchen, Dam Unknown

The celebrated trotting mare Lucille Golddust, driven by Chas. S. Green: by Golddust, dam by Bald Hornet - record 2:16 1/4

The celebrated trotting Stallion Woodford Mambrino: Sired by Mambrino Chief, dam Woodbine by Woodford, by Kosciusko

Dick Swiveller: By Walkill chief, dam a Clay Mare

Proteine: by Blackwood, dam by Mambrino Chorister

Falsetto: By Enquirer, dam Farfaletta, by imp Australian

Dam of the Chicago Drainage Canal, Joliet

The queen of the turf Maud S. driven by W.W. Bair: by Harold, dam Miss Russell, by Pilot Jr.

Beaver Dam Lake, Wis., the Edna

[Canal dam, Lexington, Va.]

The grand horse St. Julien, the "king of trotters": by Volunteer, dam by Sayre's Harry Clay, as he appears at full speed, handled by his celebrated trainer and driver Orrin A. Hikok

Beaver Dam Lake, Wis. from Fuller's Farm

Dam across river, Appleton, Wis.

Beaver Dam Lake, Wis., Camp Dixon

Grand horse St. Julien, the "king of trotters": by Volunteer, dam by Sayre's Harry Clay, as he appears when at full speed, handled by his celebrated trainer and driver Orrin A. Hickok

Foxhall: Mr. Jas. R. Keene's Bay colt - 3 years, by Alphonso, dam Jamaica, by Lexington ridden by the celebrated english jockey, Geo. Fordham winner of the grand prize of Paris, June 12th, 1881

Celebrated "Plough horse" Captain Lewis the great sensational trotter: By Spink, dam Lucy Long - record, 2:201/4

Clingstone by Rysdyk, dam Gretchen, by Hambletonian

Black cloud by Ashland Chief, dam by Captain Walker - record, 2:171/4

The celebrated trotting Stallion France's Alexander by Ben Patchen, dam by Canada Jack: Record 2:19

Edwin Thorne: By Thornedale, dam by Ashland

The grand California filly Wildflower: by Electioneer - dam, by St. Clair. bred by Gov. Leland Stanford, at Palo Alto, Cal.

The California wonder hinda rose: By electioneer, dam Beautiful Bells, by the Moor. bred by Gov. Leland Stanford, at Palo-Alto, Cal.

Trinket, by Princeps, dam Ouida, by Rysdyk's Hambletonian

Apollo: sired by Seneca Chief, by Rysdyk's Hambletonian; dam and G.D. by Sons of Hill's Black Hawk, G.G.D. a messenger mare

Freeland: By Longfellow, dam belle Knight, Knightwood

Dewdrop: By Falsetto, dam by explosion

The Celebrated trotting Stallion Patron by Pancoast dam by Cuyler: Record 2:14 1/4

Emperor of Norfolk: By Norfolk, dam Marian by Malcom

Sweetwater Dam near San Diego, Calif.

[Dam, south fork, after Johnstown flood, Pennsylvania]

Ohio River - Davis Island dam, plate no. 1

Broken dam from roadway, Johnstown Flood, May 31st, 1889

Ohio River - Davis Island dam, plate no. 12, weir 1, plan

Ohio River - Davis Island dam, plate no. 2, plan

The Johnstown calamity. The bursted dam

Johnstown flood, [Pennsylvania], South Fork Dam and club house

View of the broken dam looking from bed of lake, Johnstown Flood, May 31st, 1889

The grand California filly Sunol, record 2:10 1/2 at 3 yrs. old: by Electioneer - dam Waxana by Gen'l Benton, Grandam Waxy by Lexington

Ohio River - Davis Island dam, plate no. 18, drift gap with bear trap gates

Amsterdam, Dam, palais & eglise

Dam at Adams Bag Co., Chagrin Falls, Ohio

[Dam and Maashaven, Dordrecht, Holland]

[Holyoke, Mass., Holyoke Dam and Mt. Tom from bridge]

The racing King salvator, mile record 1:35 1/2: by Prince Charlie Dam Salina by Lexington

The grand young trotting mare Nancy Hanks, by Happy Medium, dam by Dictator

Amsterdam Dam [Holland]

Beaver Dam Lake, Wis., Camp Dixon, distant view

Hambletonian. Bay horse, foaled 1849. Sire Abdullah, Dam The Charles Kent Mare

Arion: by Electioneer, dam Manette by Nutwood

Aristotle, by Aristos: as a producer and stock horse Marie Frank, by Charley Wilkes: with her suckling colt, Red Virgil, by Aristotle Red Virgil, by Aristotle: dam, Marie Frank: in his yearling form

Porter's fleet passing the dam at Alexandria

[Dam on the Pine River, Alma, Mich.]

[Come in, you dam' jay]

[Group of public school children looking at beaver dam in the National Zoo(?), Washington, D.C.]

[Dam at Trenton Falls, Trenton Falls, N.Y.]

[Saranac River dam and lock, Adirondack Mtns., N.Y.]

[Ann Arbor, Mich., broken dam, Huron River]

[New bridge at the dam, Ann Arbor, Mich.]

Egyptian views; Assuan and Philae. Sluices, Assuan Dam, looking S.W.

[Storage dam, Columbus, Ohio]

[Beaver dam and house]

State dam and lock, Saranac River, Adirondack Mts., N.Y.

Dam of the Utica Light and Power Co., Trenton chasm, N.Y.

Oswego, dam at Oswego, N.Y.

Dam, [Red] Cedar River near Mich. Agricultural College [i.e. Michigan State University], [East] Lansing, Mich.

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