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A plan of St. Georges Ferry on Nassau-Island made the 10th August 1774,

L'escadre françoise entrant dans Newport sous le feu des batteries et forcant le passage le 8 Aoust 1778 : jour que les Américains passerent sur l'Isle de Rode Island par le chemin d'howland's ferry.

An east view of Gray's Ferry, on the river Schuylkill / C.W. Peale delin. ; J.T. sculp.

Plan of part of the city of Washington, in the vicinity of the upper Eastern Branch ferry, shewing the situation of the buildings & grave-yards belonging to the Widow Wheler.

Toll gate at ferry

Near ferry looking to Span[ish] Town

Francis Piatti, respectfully informs his friends, and the public in general, that he has for sale at his store, on the Main Street, at the corner of the street leading-to Coutts's Ferry below the market house, a general assortment of groceries .

Plan and geological section of a rail-road route from Old Ferry Wharf, Chelsea to Beverly.

City of Detroit, Michigan. Taken from the Canada shore near the ferry

Harpers Ferry. (From the Potomac side).

Harpers Ferry. (From the Blue Ridge).

Map of the River Sabine from its mouth on the Gulf of Mexico in the sea to Logan's Ferry in latitude 31°58ʹ24ʺ north : shewing the boundary between the United States and the Republic of Texas between said points : as marked and laid down by survey in 1840, under the direction of the Commissioners appointed for that purpose /

Map of the river Sabine from Logan's Ferry to 32nd degree of north latitude : shewing the boundary between the United States of America and the Republic of Texas between said points, as marked and laid down by survey in 1841, under the direction of the Joint Commission appointed for that purpose under the 1st article of the convention signed at Washington on the 25th day of April 1838 /

Map of railroad line commencing at a point on the West-Philadelphia R.R. 4 miles below its junction with the Columbia R.R. & terminating at the R.R. bridge at Gray's Ferry; showing it to be the easiest & most economical route for avoiding the inclined plans & approaching the city of Philadelphia; surveyed February, 1849.

Kaighn Avenue ferry terminal, Camden, New Jersey, of the South Camden Ferry Company, seen from the road looking toward the river, ferry partially visible at left side of the building; also shows masts of a ship docked nearby

The falls of Niagara from the rock above the ferry, American side

[Design drawing for stained glass Stark memorial window showing New Jerusalem with ancient walled city, Lamb of God with rivers, Christ knocking, and skyscraper skyline with ferry, plane]

From Grays Ferry looking south / Jas. Queen.

The Harper's Ferry insurrection--The U.S. Marines storming the engine house--Insurgents firing through holes in the doors / from a sketch made on the spot by our special artist.

The Execution of Cook and Coppock ... [Charlestown, W. Va., Dec. 17, 1859; panoramic view of soldiers surrounding gallows from which 2 of the Harper's Ferry Raiders are hanging]

Harper's Ferry insurrection - Interior of the Engine-House, just before the gate is broken down by the storming party - Col. Washington and his associates as captives, held by Brown as hostages

Harper's Ferry insurrection - the battle ground - Captain Alberts' party attacking the insurgents - view of the railroad bridge, the engine-house, and the village / from a sketch by our special artist.

Harper's Ferry insurrection - burying the dead insurgents

En route for Harper's Ferry

Address of John Brown to the Virginia Court, when about to receive the sentence of death, for his heroic attempt at Harper's Ferry to give deliverance to the captives, and to let the oppressed go free ... Boston. Printed by C. C. Mead, 91 Washin

Harper's Ferry, VA, no. 641 / George Stacy.

Gen. Ferry

[Gen'l. John W. Geary and staff - taken at Harper's Ferry]

Hon. Thomas White Ferry of Mich.

Hon. Orris Sanford Ferry of Conn.

[Map of portions of Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland, centering on Harpers Ferry and including Winchester, Hancock, Emmitsburg, and Ridgeville, Maryland.] /

T.W. Ferry

Hon. Orris Sanford Ferry of Conn.

Birds eye view of the seat of war. Arranged after the latest surveys, showing views of Washington, Baltimore, Harpers Ferry, Richmond, Manassas Junction, Ft. Monroe, Norfolk Harbor &c. their r.r. connections, & the general surface of the country in Maryland, Dist. of Columbia, & Virginia.

Col. Dixon S. Miles at Harper's Ferry, W. Va.

Vicinity of Winchester and Harper's Ferry, Va.

Shore near Matwomon[sic] [and] Hookers men make beautiful groups, preparing to embark, Budd's Ferry

Harper's Ferry, West Virginia. View of Loudon [i.e. Loudoun] Heights

Shenandoah River, near Harper's Ferry, W. Va.

U.S. service rifle, Harpers Ferry, Va.

The burning of the United States arsenal at Harper's Ferry, 10 P.M. April 18, 1861 / sketched by D.H. Strother.

Destruction of the railroad bridge over the Potomac, at Harper's Ferry, by the Rebels, June 15, 1861

The burning of the U.S. Arsenal at Harper's Ferry, 10 P.M., April 18, 1861

Harper's Ferry, West Virginia

U.S. service rifle, Harpers Ferry, Va.

James River, Virginia. Converted ferry boat on the [James River]

Plan of the Battle of Carnifex Ferry, West Virginia.

Harper's Ferry, photographed immediately after its evacuation by the rebels. 1861

Surveys & reconnaissances in the vicinity of Budd's Ferry, Charles Co., Md. /

The attack on and surrender of Harper's Ferry

Harper's Ferry, West Virginia. Harper's Ferry gap

Company A, 22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va. (i.e. West Virginia), 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

Company A, 22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

Harper's Ferry, West Virginia. View of Loudoun Heights. (Also called: Dismounted bridge across Armstrong Run)

Battle at Carnifax Ferry

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

Group, 22nd New York State Militia, near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e. 1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

Company G, 22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

B Company, 22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

Campaign in Virginia - a street in Harper's Ferry during the passage of the Potomac by the National troops from Maryland, Oct. 24, 1862

A sutler's store, Harper's Ferry, Virginia [soldiers of Gen. Geary's Div. making purchases]

View of the camps of the Army of the Potomac, on Bolivar Heights, near Harper's Ferry, after the battle of Antietam

The attack on Harper's Ferry Va., by Jackson, September 14th and 15th, 1862

Group, 22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]. Co. D

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

Group, 22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

22d New York State Militia near Harpers Ferry, Va., 1861 [i.e.1862]

Upper Potomac from McCoy's Ferry to Conrad's Ferry and adjacent portions of Maryland and Virginia

The war in Mississippi - Gen. McPherson's army crossing the Big Black at Messenger's Ferry, Thursday, Oct. 15

The war in Texas - Brownsville, now occupied by the Army under Major-General N.P. Banks, showing Santa Cruz Ferry / from a sketch by L. Avery.

Map of the Rappahannock River fron [sic] Port Royal to Richards Ferry /

[Military map showing the topographical features of the country adjacent to Harper's Ferry, Va.; including Maryland, Loudoun, and Bolivar Heights, and portions of South and Short Mountains, with the positions of the defensive works, also the junction of the Potomac & Shenandoah Rivers, and their passage through the Blue Ridge.

Upper Potomac from McCoy's Ferry to Conrad's Ferry and adjacent portions of Maryland and Virginia

Military map showing the topographical features of the country adjacent to Harper's Ferry, Va.; including Maryland, Loudoun, and Bolivar Heights, and portions of South and Short Mountains, with the positions of the defensive works, also the junction of the Potomac & Shenandoah Rivers, and their passage through the Blue Ridge /

Map shewing [sic] vicinity of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, and the upper Potomac River.