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[A farmer plowing a field]

Orlando fvrioso : in English heroical verse, / by Iohn Haringto[n].Imprinted at London : By Richard Field ..., 1591.[18], 423, [11] p. : ill. ; 31 cm. (fol. in 6s)

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.

Copy of a sketch of the Monongahela, with the field of battle,

Colony of the Massachusetts-Bay To [blank] Field officers of the [blank] Regiment of militia in the County of [blank] Greeting. You are hereby directed to fill up and deliver commissions to all such captains and subalterns, as have been elected

In Provincial congress, Watertown, June 30, 1775. Resolved that all offences committed by any of the soldiers rais’d for defence of the sea coast, shall be tried by a Court martial, consisting of the field officers of the regiment of militia wit

State of Rhode Island and Providence plantations. In General Assembly, August session, 1781. An act for incorporating and bringing into the field five hundred able-bodied effective men, of the militia, to serve within this State, for one month,

[Goats in the field]

[Two hunters holding guns, three dogs, and man carrying game and wiping his brow in field surrounded by woods]

[Jerusha Field, half-length portrait, seated in chair, with arm resting on table with tablecloth]

Sayles, the speaker of the Foundry House of representatives, in the field. Fellow-Citizens--- In Smithfield, as the election draws nigh, the first effects of Dorrism has been felt ... [1843?].

Trouble in the Spartan ranks. Old Durham in the field

[Hickson W. and Mary Elizabeth Field, three-quarter length portrait of a man seated in a chair beside a woman with elaborate jewelry]

Gen. Washington (on the battle field at Trenton) / engraved by W. Warner from the original picture by Col. John Trumbull in possession of Yale College N. Haven.

[William Hazard and Moses Augustus Field, three-quarter length portrait, seated]

[Artillery wagons, caissons, travelling forges. ca. 1850; various illus. surrounding scene of horse-drawn field gun and caisson being moved into position]

Hillsborough & Cincinnati Rail-road map extending from Hillsborough, Highland Co. to the coal field at Jackson, Jackson Co. Ohio; as located in 1852 under the direction of Ellwood Morris, Chief Engr. N. F. Jones, Princ. Assist. Eng.

[Augusta Currie Bradhurst Field, head-and-shoulders portrait of a woman, facing front]

Judge S.J. Field

Map of Gallia and Meigs County oil field

Field Marshall Lord Raglan

Captain Lilley, field train

The field of Inkermann / W. Simpson delt. ; T. Picken lith.

Justice Stephen J. Field

Judge S.J. Field

Justice Stephen J. Field

Judge S.J. Field

Justice Stephen J. Field

[Design drawing for stained glass window showing The Flight Into Egypt; Beatific with angel holding palm leaf and inscription field]

[Design drawing for stained glass window showing highly abstracted sower of seeds, with birds, sun, and textile-style field renderings; with text "The Seed is the Word of God"]

The execution of John Brown, in a stubble field, near Charleston, [W.] Va. [men on horseback in foregrd.]

[A general and his staff reviewing troops in the field]

[Man posting sign by field with dog]

Robert Field Stockton

[Augusta Currie Bradhurst Field, three-quarter length portrait of a woman, facing front, seated]

The monument on Custer's hill, containing all the bones found on the field

Field map of the north part of Wythe County /

Cotton field, Retreat Plantation, Port Royal Island, S.C. / Photographed by Hubbard & Mix, Beaufort, S.C.

Rodman 10 pounder field piece

Battle field relics

Sectional map of the state of Illinois : especially exhibiting the exact boundaries of counties as established by law and the general topography of the state as towns, streams, lakes, ponds, bluffs, rail-roads, state-& common-roads & tc. also the main coal field, mineral districts, outcrops of coalbanks, mines & tc. /

[Colonel Joseph Walker of Co. K, 5th South Carolina Infantry Regiment, and Field and Staff, Palmetto South Carolina Sharpshooters Regiment, in uniform, two-piece belt buckle with palmetto, and sash over shoulder for officer of the day, with eagle head sword]

1st regiment Berdan's U. S. sharpshooters! Lieut. Winthrop detailed from Washington to recruit for this regiment will "shoot in" all who may apply, this day, in the field in rear of residence of S. Arnold Esq. Shooting to commence at 8 o'clock,

[Colonel Elmer Ellsworth of Field and Staff, 11th New York Infantry Regiment] / From photographic negative in Brady's National Portrait Gallery.

[Dead soldiers lying side by side in a field]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform and 4th Infantry kepi with Field and Staff Officers Sword]

[Union soldiers lined up in the field with tents in the background]

Extract from the original (large scale) map of Gettysburg battle field in 4 sheets, being portions of sheets 2 and 3 lying S. & S.W. of the town of Gettysburg.

First Bull Run battle field, July 21st 1861.

Field and staff officers of 33d New York Infantry, Camp Granger, near Washington, D.C.

Palmer's field, on Orange Turnpike, Confederate entrenchments at edge of woods

Confederate entrenchments at edge of woods, Palmer's field, on Orange Turnpike

C. W. Godard to Abraham Lincoln, April 1861 (Sends copy of letter from David D. Field to Lincoln)

Now to the field again I'll go ...

Battle field of Bull Run, Va. July 21st 1861. Showing the positions of both armies at 4 o'clock, P.M.

David D. Field to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, May 02, 1861 (Introduction)

City of Montgomery, Alabama [6 blacks farming in field in foreground by river]

Chickahominy River, Virginia. Gen. Andrew A. Humphrey in the field

Field of McClellan's operations, scene of the recent battles in front of Richmond-and the late important military operations in eastern Virginia /

Second battle field at Bull Run

[Raft of blanket boats ferrying field artillery and soldiers across the Potomac River]

[Augusta Currie Bradhurst Field, head-and-shoulders portrait of a woman, facing front]

[Augusta Currie Bradhurst Field, head-and-shoulders portrait of a woman, facing slightly right]

Gwine to de field, Hopkinson's Plantation, Edisto Island, S.C.

Zouave ambulance crew demonstrating removal of wounded soldiers from the field

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

Savage Station, Virginia. Union field hospital after the battle of June 27

Battle field of Young's Branch or Manassa[s], battle fought July 21, 1861 /

After the battle - The Rebels in p[ossession] of the field / Th. Nast.

Ambulance drill in the field

Antietam, Maryland. Field where Sumner's corps charged. Bodies of Confederate in front of the Dunker church

Map of the battle field of Shiloh, April 6 & 7, 1862 /

Map of the field of Shiloh, near Pittsburgh Landing, Tenn., shewing the positions of the U.S. forces under the command of Maj. Genl. U. S. Grant, U.S. Vol. and Maj. Genl. D. C. Buell, U.S. Vol. on the 6th and 7th of April 1862

Ben Field to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, October 20, 1862 (Speeches by General Sigel)

Reconnaissance of the battle field at Bull Run, Va., fought July 21, 1861 /

[Prof. Thaddeus Lowe's "Balloon Camp" at Gaines Mill, Va., May 1862: balloon in backgrd. across field; horsemen in foregrd.]

Topographical sketch of the battle field of Stone River. [Dec. 31, 1862]

Sketch of the battle field of Fredericksburg /

Map of the field of Shiloh. April 6 [1862].

Federal dead on the field of battle of first day

[Federal dead on the field of battle of first day, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania]

Federal dead on the field of battle of first day, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

Maj. Gen. Geo. B. McClellan. On the Battle Field of Antietam

Map of the field of operations in Virginia and Battle of Mine Run, during November 1863.

Topographical sketch of the battle field of Stone River near Murfreesboro, Tennessee, December 30th 1862 to January 3d 1863 . . . Position of the U.S. troops on the 31st of December, 1862.

Topographical sketch of the battle field of Stone River near Murfreesboro, Tennessee, December 30th 1862 to January 3d 1863 . . . Position of the U.S. troops on the 2d of Jan. 1863.

Map of field of occupation of Army of the Potomac /

Headquarters of New York Herald, in the field - Bealton (i.e. Bealeton), Va., August 1863

The Home of a Rebel Sharpshooter, on battle field of Gettysburg

Union veterans of trench and field before Petersburg Dec. 1864

Charles F. Blake to David D. Field, Thursday, July 23, 1863 (Returns letter)

Battlefield of Gettysburg. Bodies of dead Federal soldiers on the field of the first day's battle

Topographical sketch of the Battle field of Stone River /

Letter from John W. Brett, Esq., Deputy-Chairman of the Submarine telegraph company, as to the number and duration of the cables laid by that company. Submarine telegraph office, 58 Threadneedle street, London, July 3rd, 1863. Sear Mr. Field ...

Federal dead on the field of battle of first day, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

Field of cavalry operations east of Gettysburg, July 2nd & 3rd 1863.

Map of the field of operations, November 1863.

Rebel wounded coming in as prisoners on the field of battle

Dead in "the wheat field", Gettysburg

Field of Gettysburg, July 1st, 2nd & 3rd 1863 /

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