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A sketch of the field of battle with the disposition of the troops in the beginning of the engagement of the 9th of July on the Monongahela 7 miles from Fort Du Quesne.

A plan of the town and harbour of Boston and the country adjacent with the road from Boston to Concord, shewing the place of the late engagement between the King's troops & the provincials, together with the several encampments of both armies in & about Boston. Taken from an actual survey.

New York, June 24th, 1775. Last night arrived an express from the Provincial camp near Boston, with the following interesting account of an engagement, at Charlestown, between about Three thousand of the King's regular forces, and about half the

Israel Putnam, Esq'r. - major general of the Connecticut forces, and commander in chief at the engagement on Bunckers-Hill near Boston, 17 June 1775 / J. Wilkinson pinxt.

A plan of New York Island, with part of Long Island, Staten Island & east New Jersey, with a particular description of the engagement on the woody heights of Long Island, between Flatbush and Brooklyn, on the 27th of August 1776 between His Majesty's forces commanded by General Howe and the Americans under Major General Putnam, with the subsequent disposition of both armies.

Sketch of the country illustrating the late engagement in Long Island.

Sketch of the engagement at Trenton, given on the 26th of December 1776 betwixt the American troops under command of General Washington, and three Hessian regiments under command of Colonell Rall, in which the latter a part surrendert themselves prisoner of war.

A plan of the operations of the King's army under the command of General Sir William Howe, K.B. in New York and east New Jersey, against the American forces commanded by General Washington from the 12th of October to the 28th of November 1776, wherein is particularly distinguished the engagement on the White Plains the 28th of October.

The seat of action, between the British and American forces; or, An authentic plan of the western part of Long Island, with the engagement of the 27th August 1776 between the King's forces and the Americans: containing also Staten Island, and the environs of Amboy and New York, with the course of Hudsons River, from Courtland, the great magazine of the American Army, to Sandy Hook,

A plan of New York Island, with part of Long Island, Staten Island & east New Jersey, with a particular description of the engagement on the woody heights of Long Island, between Flatbush and Brooklyn, on the 27th of August 1776 between His Majesty's forces commanded by General Howe and the Americans under Major General Putnam, shewing also the landing of the British Army on New-York Island, and the taking of the city of New-York &c. on the 15th of September following, with the subsequent disposition of both the armies.

A plan of the operations of the King's army under the command of General Sr. William Howe, K.B. in New York and east New Jersey against the American forces commanded by General Washington from the 12th. of October, to the 28th. of November 1776, wherein is particularly distinguished the engagement on the White Plains, the 28th. of October.

In the background is Admiral Rodney's engagement with Count de Grasse ... / Harrison invt. ; Goldar del. et sc.

Lord Robert Manners mortally wounded, on board the Resolution, in the memorable engagement between Admiral Rodney & Count de Grasse, in the West Indies, the 12th of April 1782 / Metz delin. ; Grignion sculp.

["The engagement on the White Plains the 28th of October 1776, between the American & British forces"]

A view of Colonel Johnson's engagement with savages (commanded by Tecumseh) near the Moravian town, October 5, 1812

Wasp stinging frolick [Cuts] Or engagement between the American sloop of war Wasp, of 18 guns, and the British Sloop of War Frolick, of 20 guns. [Boston] Printed by Nathaniel Coverley, Jun [1812].

[Cut] Sixth naval victory. The U. S. Brig. Enterprize of 14 guns, commanded by Lieut. William Burrows, took after an engagement of 45 minutes, the British Brig of War Boxer, of 18 guns, Capt. Bluth, who with about 50 of his men were killed and w

Circus. Monday evening, March 9, 1829. The managers have the honor to announce the engagement of Mr. Gaither, who, having astonished all Europe, with his wonderful feats, will appear before a Washington audience ... [Washington, 1829].

The capture of General Vega (In the act of discharging a canon) by the gallant Capt. May, of the U.S. Army, during the engagement of the 9th May / / Lith. & pub. by Sarony & Major, 117 Fulton St. N.Y.

[Unused copy of the dance cards prepared for the Union Ball in honor of the inauguration of Abraham Lincoln on March 4, 1861: inside, programme on one side, engagement on other]

Map of the battle of Frayser's Farm (Charles City cross roads or Glendale), June 30, 1862, showing approximate positions of Union and Confederate troops. Also disposition of troops during the military engagement at White Oak Bridge.

The Civil War in America--Naval engagement in Hampton Roads: the Confederate iron-plated steamer Merrimac (or Virginia) running into the Federal sloop Cumberland / from a sketch by T. Nast.

Gustavus V. Fox to George B. McClellan, Sunday, March 09, 1862 (Telegram reporting engagement between Monitor and Merrimac)

John E. Wool to Edwin M. Stanton, Sunday, March 09, 1862 (Telegram regarding the engagement with the Merrimac)

John E. Wool to George B. McClellan, Sunday, March 09, 1862 (Telegram reporting engagement between Monitor and Merrimac)

Official report of Col. M. D. Leggett of the engagement near Bolivar, Aug. 30th, 1862. Head-quarters 1st Brigade, Bolivar, Tenn., Sept. 1, 1862.

[Map of a cavalry engagement near Poolesville, Md., 1862].

Stephen A. Hurlbut to Henry W. Halleck, Saturday, May 23, 1863 (Telegram reporting engagement between Grant and Pemberton)

Field works at Franklin, Tenn., occupied by the 23d and 4th corps during engagement of Nov. 30th 1864, Maj. Gen. J. M. Schofield, comdg.

[Map of cavalry engagement near Bridgewater, Va., Oct. 4th and 5th, 1864 /

Sherman's department - engagement at Snake Creek Gap, Georgia / from a sketch by Theodore R. Davis.

Engagement of Colonel Forsyth's command with the Indians at Small Island, September 17, 1868

"She pretended to eat a little of the furmity with the leaden spoon." / R. Barnes. An engagement in the oyster war on the Chesapeake / / from a sketch by F. Cresson Schell

The Opening of the lower Mississippi and the capture of New Orleans. Section of Fort St. Philip during the engagement / A.L., sc. ; J.O. Davidson.

Return engagement of Hardeen, king of handcuffs the biggest vaudeville attraction in America.

Engagement between the Wasp and Frolic (a running fight)

Battle of Gettysburg - Engagement in the Peach Orchard

Special starring record engagement of the world's famous jail breaker, Houdini the only and original handcuff king.

Engagement of Mr. Charles B. Hanford

Engagement of Mr. Charles B. Hanford

Engagement of Mr. Charles B. Hanford

Extraordinary and expensive engagement of Hardeen the king of handcuff kings and jail breakers.

The wedding ring guards the engagement ring

System Gathmann employed by one of the powers, in Naval engagement

Original "Show boat" visits Capital. The "Show Boat" about which Edna Ferber based her book by that name is one of the few that are still doing business on Eastern rivers. It is now docked on the Potomac river in Washington for an engagement. Miss Ferber spent five weeks on the boat, gathering material for her novel, and its skipper, Capt. Hall, corraborated in the making of the "Show Boat" motion picture. 11/21/30

"Hansel and Gretel" Adapted from the opera for children .... by Humperdinck : Limited return engagement by popular demand.

The airplane engagement over Ramallah on Sat. Oct. 1st 1938 against Arab rebels

Capt. Paul Jones shooting a sailor who had attempted to strike his colours in an engagement

Archbishop Francis J. Spellman of New York, on his recent tour of North African battlefronts, said mass for the men at the Fifty-seventh Fighter Group of the United States Army Ninth Air Force. This Air Force group is located "somewhere in Tunisia" and they are the boys who scored the biggest victory in the history of aviation, knocking almost 100 Axis transports and fighters out of the skies on one engagement. The archbishop held mass in a plane revetment at the Fifty-Seventh fighter base. The altar was set up and mass held on the spot. He said mass whenever and wherever there were boys who were interested in hearing one. Attendants at the mass were Major C.H. Logue, Catholic priest from Cleveland, Ohio, and Capptain J.E. McCarrity, Paulist priest from New York City and Air Force chaplain. They are seen in some of the pictures

Archbishop Francis J. Spellman of New York, on his recent tour of North African battlefronts, said mass for the men at the Fifty-seventh Fighter Group of the United States Army Ninth Air Force. This Air Force group is located "somewhere in Tunisia" and they are the boys who scored the biggest victory in the history of aviation, knocking almost 100 Axis transports and fighters out of the skies on one engagement. The archbishop held mass in a plane revetment at the Fifty-Seventh fighter base. The altar was set up and mass held on the spot. He said mass whenever and wherever there were boys who were interested in hearing one. Attendants at the mass were Major C.H. Logue, Catholic priest from Cleveland, Ohio, and Capptain J.E. McCarrity, Paulist priest from New York City and Air Force chaplain. They are seen in some of the pictures

A poster comes to life. A reciprocal engagement is carried out at Sergeant Vineyard's army post, where welder George Woolslayer and Aviation-radio Chief John Marshall Evans (right) learn about life in the Army. Woolslayer was invited to the post after he had shown the servicemen through the steel mill where he works. In this way, the colleagues of the "Men Working Together" poster learned about one another, and gained new respect for the part each plays in the war against the Axis. Allegheny-Ludlum Steel, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Fort Knox. Halftrac crews. A column of halftrac armored cars waits for orders to proceed to a practice engagement at Fort Knox, Kentucky. The Fort Knox school for men of the armored service is teaching many American soldiers how to use mechanized striking equipment to best advantage. Its graduates are now on many of our far-flung battle lines, ready to meet the Axis on more than even terms

Archbishop Francis J. Spellman of New York, on his recent tour of North African battlefronts, said mass for the men at the Fifty-seventh Fighter Group of the United States Army Ninth Air Force. This Air Force group is located "somewhere in Tunisia" and they are the boys who scored the biggest victory in the history of aviation, knocking almost 100 Axis transports and fighters out of the skies on one engagement. The archbishop held mass in a plane revetment at the Fifty-Seventh fighter base. The altar was set up and mass held on the spot. He said mass whenever and wherever there were boys who were interested in hearing one. Attendants at the mass were Major C.H. Logue, Catholic priest from Cleveland, Ohio, and Capptain J.E. McCarrity, Paulist priest from New York City and Air Force chaplain. They are seen in some of the pictures

Washington, D.C. Soldier inspecting a couple of "zoot suits" at the Uline Arena during Woody Herman's Orchestra engagement there

A poster comes to life. A reciprocal engagement is carried out at Sergeant Vineyard's army post, where welder George Woolslayer and Aviation-radio Chief John Marshall Evans (right) learn about life in the Army. Woolslayer was invited to the post after he had shown the servicemen through the steel mill where he works. In this way, the colleagues of the "Men Working Together" poster learned about one another, and gained new respect for the part each plays in the war against the Axis. Allegheny-Ludlum Steel, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Archbishop Francis J. Spellman of New York, on his recent tour of North African battlefronts, said mass for the men at the Fifty-seventh Fighter Group of the United States Army Ninth Air Force. This Air Force group is located "somewhere in Tunisia" and they are the boys who scored the biggest victory in the history of aviation, knocking almost 100 Axis transports and fighters out of the skies on one engagement. The archbishop held mass in a plane revetment at the Fifty-Seventh fighter base. The altar was set up and mass held on the spot. He said mass whenever and wherever there were boys who were interested in hearing one. Attendants at the mass were Major C.H. Logue, Catholic priest from Cleveland, Ohio, and Capptain J.E. McCarrity, Paulist priest from New York City and Air Force chaplain. They are seen in some of the pictures

Fort Knox. Halftrac crews. A column of halftrac armored cars waits for orders to proceed to a practice engagement at Fort Knox, Kentucky. The Fort Knox school for men of the armored service is teaching many American soldiers how to use mechanized striking equipment to best advantage. Its graduates are now on many of our far-flung battle lines, ready to meet the Axis on more than even terms

U.S. forces inflict heavy casualties on Japs in capture of Buna, New Guinea. On the beach of Buna Mission, last point of Japanese resistance in the Papuan section of New Guinea, the bodies of slain Japanese soldiers lie a few steps from their shattered landing boat. The Japanese suffered heavy losses in this engagement and eventually were completely routed by American and Australian forces

Archbishop Francis J. Spellman of New York touring the North African battle front, saying a mass for the men at the 57th Fighter Group of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force. This group, located "somewhere in Tunisia," knocked almost 100 Axis transports and fighters out of the skies in one engagement

A Japanese casuality in the capture of Buna. On the beach at Buna Mission, last point of Japanese resistance in the Papuan section of New Guinea, the body of a slain Japanese soldiers gives mute evidence of the defeat of the enemy. The Japanese suffered heavy losses in this engagement and eventually were completely routed by American and Australian forces

Archbishop Francis J. Spellman of New York touring the North African battle front, saying mass for the men at the 57th Fighter Group of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force. This group, located "somewhere in Tunisia," knocked almost 100 Axis transports and fighters out of the skies in one engagement

Lieutenant Richard E. Duffey, twenty-four, of Walled Lake, Michigan, giving an account at the 57th Fighter Group base in Tunisia of the actions of his group during the air battle of April 18, in which four squadrons of the 57th Fighter Group destroyed seventy-four enemy planes. Lieutenant Duffey destroyed five in a single engagement

Lieutenant Richard E. Duffey, twenty-four, of Walled Lake, Michigan, giving an account at the 57th Fighter Group base in Tunisia of the actions of his group during the air battle of April 18, in which four squadrons of the 57th Fighter Group destroyed seventy-four enemy planes. Lieutenant Duffey destroyed five in a single engagement

Archbishop Francis J. Spellman of New York touring the North African battle front, saying mass for the men at the 57th Fighter Group of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force. This group, located "somewhere in Tunisia," knocked almost 100 Axis transports and fighters out of the skies in one engagement

Lieutenant McArthur Powers, twenty-seven, of Inwood, New York, (left) and Lieutenant Richard E. Duffey, twenty-four, of Walled Lake, Michigan, at the 57th Fighter Group base somewhere in Tunisia after both men had become aces in a single engagement by destroying five enemy planes. Powers, who had been with the Royal Air Force at El Alamein, now has seven enemy planes to his credit. He had two with the Royal Air Force

Graham Concludes Spring Engagement

[ Program note for final day of Martha Graham engagement at National Theatre]

The State of Georgia, showing the major campaign areas and engagement sites of the War between the States, 1861-1865.

The State of Georgia, Civil War Centennial, 1864 : showing the major campaign areas and engagement sites of the Union and Confederate armies /

Fort McHenry, the place where Francis Scott Key observed that the "flag was still there" and wrote the words to "The Star-Spangled Banner" following an engagement with the invading British during the War of 1812. Baltimore, Maryland

Eutaw is a city in Greene County, Alabama. At the 2000 census the population was 1,878. The city is the county seat of Greene County and was named in honor of the Battle of Eutaw Springs, the last engagement of the American Revolutionary War

Costumed civilians fleeing the engagement at the annual Battle of San Jacinto Festival and Battle Reenactment, a living-history retelling and demonstration of the historic Battle of San Jacinto in La Porte, Texas

Idaho Senator luncheon guest of president. Washington, D.C., Jan. 28. Senator William E. Borah, of Idaho, arriving at the White House today for a luncheon engagement with President Roosevelt. Borah, long an ardent "Trust Buster", was expected to discuss the Anti-Monopoly Bill, now before the Senate, with the president, 1/28/38

Holts out dancing. Washington, D.C., July 30. Senator Rush Holt, Democrat of West Virginia, dances with his pretty sister Jane, as they attended a reception last night given by the Egyptian Legation to herald the coronation of His Majesty King Farouk 1. Announcement has just been made of the engagement of Miss Holt to Ralph K. Chase, Maritime Commission Lawyer, 7/30/37

Senator Holt and Sister Jane. Washington D.C., July 29. Miss Jane Holt is shown with her brother Senator Rush Holt(Democrat) of West Virginia. Miss Holt who has been acting as secretary and hostess for her Senator brother for the past two years will announce her engagement to Ralph K. Chase, lawyer, with the Maritime Commission, it was learned today, 7/29/37

The naval engagement between the Merrimac and the Monitor at Hampton Roads - on the 9th of March 1862

E. A. Paul to Joseph M. Winchell, Sunday, December 28, 1862 (Telegram reporting engagement with Confederates commanded by Fitzhugh Lee)

E. A. Paul to Joseph M. Winchell, Sunday, December 28, 1862 (Telegram reporting engagement with Confederates commanded by Fitzhugh Lee)

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

The model and the freshman a playlet in one scene and one act

Stephen A. Hurlbut to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, May 23, 1863 (Telegram reporting engagement between Grant and Pemberton)

Stephen A. Hurlbut to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, May 23, 1863 (Telegram reporting engagement between Grant and Pemberton)

Stephen A. Hurlbut to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, May 23, 1863 (Telegram reporting engagement between Grant and Pemberton)

Stephen A. Hurlbut to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, May 23, 1863 (Telegram reporting engagement between Grant and Pemberton)

Engagement waltz

Engagement waltz

Engagement waltz

Engagement waltz

Engagement waltz

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