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A plan of the town of Boston with the intrenchments &ca. of His Majesty's forces in 1775, from the observations of Lieut. Page of His Majesty's Corps of Engineers, and from those of other gentlemen.

A plan of the town of Boston, with the intrenchments &c. of His Majestys forces in 1775: From the observations of Lieut. Page of His Majesty's Corps of Engineers; and from the plans of other gentlemen.

Map of the country embracing the various routes surveyed for the Balt. & Ohio Rail Road by order of the Board of Engineers.

Map of the rail roads, from Rome to Albany and Troy, by one of the engineers who assisted in contructing, prepared from actual survey.

[William Wierman Wright, head-shoulders portrait facing right]

Complete railway map designed and engraved from the original maps, charts and schedules furnished by railway engineers, agents &c to accompany the American Railway Guide.

[United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.). Extension. South Wing. Hall of Representatives. Ceiling. Reflected plan rendering] / Tho. U. Walter, architect, extension, U.S. Capitol ; M.C. Meigs, capt. of engineers, in charge.

Map of the Philadelphia & Baltimore Rail Road as located by W. Strickland & B. H. Latrobe, Esqrs., civ. engineers. Showing also the present route by steamboat & the N. Castle R. Road, & that proposed to be constructed by way of Oxford & Port-Deposit.

Map of the Philadelphia & Baltimore Rail Road as located by W. Strickland & B. H. Latrobe, Esqrs., civ. engineers. Showing also the present route by steamboat & the N. Castle R. Road, & that proposed to be constructed by way of Oxford & Port-Deposit.

Lieutenant-Colonel Chapman, C.B., Royal Engineers

Captain Staunton [i.e., Stanton], Royal Engineers

[United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.). North wing. West end. Stairs to cellar. Sections] / M.C. Meigs, Capt. of engineers; Tho. U. Walter, Archt. ex. U.S.C.

[United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.). South wing. Basement. Eastern stairway. Plan and sections] / M.C. Meigs, Capt. of engineers, 9 April 1857 ; Tho. U. Walter, Archt. ex. U.S.C.

[United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.). North wing. Principal story. Western stairway. Elevations, perspectives and sections] / M.C. Meigs, Capt. of engineers ; Tho. U. Walter, Archt. ex. U.S.C.

[United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.). Room 88, N.W. Skylight. Plan and sections] / M.C. Meigs, Capt. of engineers, 30 April 1858.

Gen. John G. Foster, U.S.A. Capt U.S. Engineers in 1861

Lt. Col. C.E. Colgate, 15th N.Y. Engineers

Lt. Col. C.E. Colgate, 15th N.Y. Engineers

Capt. R.S. Williamson, U.S. Engineers

[...] George Thom, Lt Col., Corps of Engineers

[...] George Thom, Lt Col., Corps of Engineers

[...] George Thom, Lt Col., Corps of Engineers

Col. C.B. Stuart, 50th N.Y. Engineers

Gen. J.F. Hall, Col. 1st N.Y. Engineers

Surg. H.A. Potter, 50th N.Y. Engineers

Church of Petersburg, Va, built by 50th N.Y. engineers

Lt. Col. C.E. Colgate, 15th N.Y. Engineers

Gen. John G. Foster, U.S.A. Capt U.S. Engineers in 1861

Capt. R.S. Williamson, U.S. Engineers

Gen. J.F. Hall, Col. 1st N.Y. Engineers

Gen. J.F. Hall, Col. 1st N.Y. Engineers

Gen. John G. Foster, U.S.A. Capt U.S. Engineers in 1861

Church of Petersburg, Va, built by 50th N.Y. engineers

Capt. R.S. Williamson, U.S. Engineers

Plan of the 1st Battle of Bull Run Virginia 21st July 1861. Topography from U.S. Engineers official map.

[Unidentified soldiers in Union officers' uniforms and hats with engineers' insignia seated outdoors with food on their laps]

[Unidentified sailor in Union engineer lieutenant commander's uniform] / W.E. James, photographer, 267 Fulton Street, (opposite Clinton,) Brooklyn.

Officers of 15th New York Engineers

Church in camp of 50th New York Engineers in front of Petersburg, Va.

City of Boston. All persons within the City of Boston having gunpowder or fireworks on their premises contrary to the laws of the Commonwealth, and the rules and regulations of the Board of Engineers of the Boston Fire Department are hereby noti

Petersburg, Virginia (vicinity). Field and staff officer's quarters. Camp of 50th New York Engineers

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Topographical Engineers, Camp Winfield Scott

Map of Jefferson County, Va. photographed for the Bureau of Topographical Engineers Oct., 1862.

Topographical engineers at Headquarters, Army of Potomac, in front of Yorktown, Va.

Petersburg, Virginia (vicinity). Church and camp of the 50th New York Engineers

Petersburg, Virginia (vicinity). Col. Ira Spaulding's quarters. Camp of the 50th New York Engineers

[Petersburg, Virginia?]. Officer and men of Company E, 1st New York Engineers

Map of Hertford and part of Northampton and Bertie counties, N.C. : surveyed under the direction of A.H. Campbell, Capt. of Engineers & Ch'f. Topog'l Dep't N.D. Va.

Yours truly, D. B. Harris

Co. "B", U.S. Engineers, in front of Petersburg, Aug. 1864

Views in camp of 50th New York Engineers in front of Petersburg, Va.

Rappahannock Station, Virginia. Quarters of line officers. 50th New York Engineers

Winter camp of 50th N.Y. Engineers, Rappahannock Station

Assistant engineers at headquarters Army of Potomac, November, 1864

Jericho Mills, Virginia. 50th New York Engineers constructing road on south bank of North Anna River

Pontoon wagon and boat, 50th New York Engineers, Rappahannock (i.e. Brandy) Station, Va., March, (i.e. Feb.) 1864

Pontoon wagon and boat, 50th New York Engineers, Rappahannock Station, Va., March, 1864

Stockade and entrance to camp of 50th New York Engineers, Rappahannock Station, Va.

Savannah, Georgia (vicinity). Army engineers removing a 48-pdr. 8-inch Columbiad from Fort McAllister

[Petersburg], [Virginia]. Group of Engineers and Draughtsmen, headquarters, Army of the Potomac

Co. B, U.S. Engineers in front of Petersburg, Va., August, 1864

Petersburg, Virginia. Surg. Charles N. Hewitt, 50th New York Engineers

[Part of DeKalb and Fulton County, Georgia : compiled for the use of the Topographical Engineers from the original land map and surveys of DeKalb County /

Assistant Engineers at Headquarters Army of Potomac, Brandy Station, Va., January, 1864

Camp of Engineers in Brandy Station, 1864

North Anna River, Virginia. Pontoon bridges constructed by the 50th N.Y.V. Engineers. Where a portion of the 2nd Corps under Gen. Hancock crossed, May 23, 1864

Hanovertown Ferry, Virginia. Canvas pontoon bridges at Hanovertown Ferry, constructed by the 50th N.Y.V. Engineers, May 28, 1864

Co. B, U.S. Engineers in front of Petersburg, Va., August, 1864

Petersburg, Virginia (vicinity). Officer's quarters, 50th New York Engineers

Jericho Mills, Virginia. Canvas pontoon bridge across the North Anna, constructed by the 50th New York Engineers, where the 5th Corps under Gen. Warren crossed. View looking down stream from north bank

Co. C, U.S. Engineers in front of Petersburg, Va., August, 1864

[Sutler's hut and camp of 50th New York Engineers, Rappahannock Station, Va.]

Surgeon's Quarters, camp of 50th New York Engineers in front of Petersburg, Va., November, 1864

Jericho Mills, Virginia. Canvas pontoon bridge across the North Anna, constructed by the 50th New York Engineers, where the 5th Corps under Gen. Warren crossed. View looking down stream from north bank

Rappahannock Station, Virginia. Officers of 50th New York Engineers

Camp of 50th New York Engineers near Rappahannock Station, Va.

Rappahannock Station, Virginia. Stockade and entrance to the camp of the 50th New York Engineers

Rappahannock Station, Virginia. Canvas pontoon wagon, 50th New York Engineers

Views in camp of 50th New York Engineers in front of Petersburg, Va.

Petersburg, Virginia (vicinity). Officers of 50th New York Engineers

Jericho Mills, Virginia. 5th Corps ammunition train crossing North Anna river, on canvas pontoon bridge constructed by 50th N.Y.V. Engineers

Field and staff officers of 50th New York Engineers Camp near Rappahannock Station, Va., March, 1864

Rappahannock Station, Virginia. Winter camp of 50th New York Engineers

Rappahonnock Station, Virginia. General view of 50th New York Engineers' winter encampment

Petersburg, Virginia. Company C, U.S. Engineers

[Petersburg, Virginia. Engineers at H.Q., Army of the Potomac]

Pontoon wagon and boat, 50th New York Engineers, Rappahannock Station, Va., March, 1864

Rappahannock Station, Virginia. Quarters of field and staff of 50th New York Engineers

Petersburg, Virginia. Detachment of U.S. Engineers

Poplar Grove, Virginia. Officer's quarters and church. 50th New York Engineers

Petersburg, Virginia (vicinity). Major George W. Ford 50th New York Engineers

Poplar Grove, Virginia. Officer's quarters and church. 50th New York Engineers

Poplar Grove, Virginia. Log church built by the 50th New York Engineers, with the engineer insignia above the door

Detachment U.S. Engineers, Petersburg, Va., April, 1865

Battlefield of Dinwiddie Courthouse, Va. from official map made by Col. W. H. Paine U.S. Engineers.

Government building ("Custom House, Post Office, and Court Rooms"), Ogdensburgh (i.e., Ogdensburg), New York. Front elevation, side elevation, transverse section, longitudinal section Designed by Ammi B. Young, Supervising Archt. Treasy. Dept. ; A.H. Bowman, Captain of Engineers U.S. Army and Engineer in charge of the Office of Construction under the Treasury Department

Petersburg, Virginia (vicinity). Headquarters, 50th New York Engineers

Church in camp of 50th New York Engineers in front of Petersburg, Va.

Ft. Fisher shewing [sic] Union attack, Jany 15th 1865 From survey made after surrender by U.S. Engineers.

[Unidentified sailor in Union engineer lieutenant's uniform] / Henry Ulke, 278 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C.

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