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A plan of Fort St. Louis, St. Joseph, St. Jago & of St. Philip scituated at ye entrance of Cartagena Harbour or Boca-Chica with ye parts adjacent and also of the attacks made against the said forts /

A new & accurate map of Bermudas or Sommer's Islands, taken from an actual survey; wherein the errors of former charts are corrected. An accurate map of the island of St. Christopher, vulgarly called St. Kits, containing all the towns, parishes, forts &c.

A new & accurate map of Bermudas or Sommer's Islands, taken from an actual survey; wherein the errors of former charts are corrected. An accurate map of the island of St. Christopher, vulgarly called S. Kits, containing all the towns, parishes, forts &c.

A new map of Jamaica; in which the several towns, forts, and settlements, are accurately laid down as well as ye situations & depts. of ye most noted harbours & anchoring places ...

A new and accurate map of the English empire in North America: Representing their rightful claim as confirm'd by charters, and the formal surrender of their Indian friends; likewise the encroachments of the French, with the several forts they have unjustly erected therein.

A map of the British and French dominions in North America with the roads, distances, limits, and extent of the settlements, & forts, as they are now.

A general map of the country on the Ohio and Muskingham showing the situation of the Indian-towns with respect to the Army under the command of Colonel Bouquet March of His Majesty's troops from Fort Pitt to the forts of Muskingham in 1764 / / Tho. Hutchins.

A new map of Jamaica; in which the several towns, forts, & settlements are accurately laid down, as well as the situations & depths of the most noted harbours and anchoring places ...

[Plan of the country at and in the vicinity of Forts Lee and Independency, showing the position of the British Army.

Sketch of Forts Clinton & Montgomery, stormed the 6th Octob. 1777 by the troops under the command of Sir Henry Clinton, K.B., Lt. General of H. Maj. forces and commander in chief of New Yorck and its dependencies.

[Part of a map of the Hudson Highlands showing Forts Clinton and Montgomery.

A plan of the Forts Montgomery & Clinton as taken by His Majesty's forces under the command of Genl. Sr. Henry Clinton the 6th. of Octr. 1777.

A sketch of New London & Groton with the attacks made on Forts Trumbull & Griswold by the British troops under the command of Brigr. Genl. Arnold, Sept. 6th. 1781.

Plan of the attack of the Forts Clinton & Montgomery, upon Hudsons River, which were stormed by His Majesty's forces under the command of Sir Henry Clinton, K.B., on the 6th of Octr. 1777.

Plan of Forts Green, Laurence & Swift and lines of intrenchments constructed in the vicinity of Brooklyn for the defence of the city of New York.

Map of the United States, Territory of Oregon, west of the Rocky Mountains, exhibiting the various trading depots or forts occupied by the British Hudson Bay Company, connected with the western and northwestern fur trade /

Map of the United States, Territory of Oregon, west of the Rocky Mountains, exhibiting the various trading depots or forts occupied by the British Hudson Bay Company, connected with the western and northwestern fur trade /

[Maps of the environs of forts Franklin, Alexander, and Ripley, in Montgomery County, Maryland].

[Map of the southern states, including rail roads, county towns, state capitals, county roads, the southern coast Delaware to Texas, showing the harbors, inlets, forts and position of blockading ships

Lloyd's map of the southern states showing all the railroads, their stations & distances, also the counties, towns, villages, harbors, rivers, and forts.

Lloyd's map of the Southern States, showing all the railroads, their stations & distances : also the counties, towns, villages, harbors, rivers, and forts.

Colton's map of the southern states : including Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas : showing also part of adjoining states & territories locating the forts & military stations of the U. States & showing all the rail roads, r.r. stations & other internal improvements.

Civil War in America : Read's grand panoramic view of the free and confederated slave States of America : showing all the important cities, forts, harbours, rivers, railways &c. : from the Gulf of Mexico to the British North American possessions /

The great expedition, [...] on the way to Port Royal Inlet / sketched at noon on 31st October, 1861, from the deck of the steamer "Matanzas." The bombardment of Forts Walker and Beauregard, Port Royal Inlet, South Carolina, November 7, 1861 / sketched by our special artist on board the "Mercury."

Map of the seat of war exhibiting the surrounding country, the approaches by sea & land to the capitol of the United States, and the military posts, forts, &c.

Union forts on Maryland shore

Wyld's military map of the United States, the northern states, and the southern confederate states: with the forts, harbours, arsenals, and military positions.

Colton's map of the southern states. Including Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas. Showing also part of adjoining states & territories locating the forts & military stations of the U. States & showing all the rail roads, r. r. stations, & other internal improvements.

Part of Charleston Harbor, embracing forts Moultrie, Sumter, Johnson, and Castle Pinckney, also Sullivan, James & Morris islands; and showing the position of the Star of the West, when fired into from Morris Island.

Map of the southern states, including rail roads, county towns, state capitals, county roads, the southern coast from Delaware to Texas, showing the harbors, inlets, forts, and position of blockading ships

[Forts, batteries, and a photographic studio in Virginia]

Colton's United States shewing the military stations, forts, &c

Colton's United States shewing the military stations, forts &c. Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1855, by J.H. Colton.

Colton's map of the southern states. Including Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas. Showing also part of adjoining states & territories locating the forts & military stations of the U. States & showing all the rail roads, r. r. stations, & other internal improvements.

To the forts. The steamer Argo! Capt. E.W. Davidson, leaves Foster's wharf daily, at 9 1-2 and 2 1-2 for Forts Independence and Warren ... Fare each way 25 cents. Boston. J. E. Farwell & Co. Steam Job Printers No. 32 Congress Street.

Our naval and military operations at a glance. The coast and land line of the rebellious states-the Union blockade of the Atlantic and Gulf coast-the rebel batteries on the Mississippi-the forts on the southern sea line

The U.S. forts and batteries near Alexandria Va. Sept 1862 showing Fort Lyon with extended works

Map of Roanoke Island showing Rebel forts.

Capture of forts [sic] Henry ... Tennessee By U.S. Grant, January 1862.

Map of the southern states of North America with the forts, harbours & military positions

The U.S. forts and batteries near Alexandria Va. Sept 1862 showing Fort Lyon with extended works.

Lloyd's map of the southern states showing all the railroads, their stations & distances, also the counties, towns, villages, harbors, rivers, and forts.

Capture of forts [sic] ... Donelson, Tennessee By U.S. Grant, January 1862.

Lloyd's map of the southern states showing all the railroads, their stations & distances, also the counties, towns, villages, harbors, rivers, and forts, compiled from the latest Government and other reliable sources, 1862 /

Original maps of Forts Henry & Donelson and vicinity.

Reconnoissance of the Mississippi River below Forts Jackson and St. Philip : made previous to the reduction by the U.S. Fleet, under the command of flag officer D.G. Farragut, U.S.N. /

Contours of Union forts on south side of Potomac, 1862 [map].

Colton's map of the southern states, including Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, showing also part of adjoining states & territories locating the forts & military stations of U. States & showing all the rail roads, r. r. stations, & other internal improvements.

Magnus's county map of the United States, showing the forts, railroads, canals, and navigable waters. Published to trace the progress of operations by the government, as they occur, during the War of the Rebellion.

Bacon's military map of the United States shewing the forts & fortifications.

Map of the southern states, including rail roads, county towns, state capitals, count roads, the southern coast from Delaware to Texas, showing the harbors, inlets, forts and position of blockading ships.

Lloyd's official map of the state of Kentucky compiled from actual surveys and official documents, showing every rail road & rail road station with the distances between each station. Also the counties and county seats, cities, towns, villages, post offices, wagon roads, canals, forts fortifications &c.

A complete map of Richmond and its fortifications within a circle of 12 miles showing the numerous forts, batteries and the range of their fire, and the various obstacles that impede the approach of the Federal army, also, the principal towns & plantations, in the immediate vicinity of Richmond, together with several of the battle fields of 1862.

J. H. Colton's map of the southern states. Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas. Showing also part of adjoining states & territories locating the forts & military stations of the U. States & showing all the rail roads, r. r. stations, & other internal improvements.

Lloyd's map of the southern states showing all the railroads, their stations & distances, also the counties, towns, villages, harbors, rivers, and forts

Map showing siege operations against forts Sumter and Wagner, between July 13th & Sept. 7th, 1863, Maj. T. B. Brooks, A.D.C. & Assist. Engrs. Published by permission of Genl. Gillmore at the U.S. Coast Survey Office.

New map of Charleston Harbor, showing the scene of the great naval contest between the iron clad monitors and the Rebel batteries, also the lines of fire, forts, obstructions, inlets, princl. plantations, & e.t.c.

[Cowan's independent battery, 1st N.Y., inside one of the rebel forts in front of Petersburg, 24th June 1864]

Sketch of the forts and breastworks near Petersburg

Extract of military map of N.E. Virginia showing forts and roads.

Plan of the attack by gun-boats on Forts Strong and Lee, Cape Fear River, N.C. February 20th and 21st 1865

Extract of military map of N.E. Virginia showing forts and roads.

Extract of military map of N.E. Virginia showing forts and roads.

Dismantling of the rebel forts after the storming of Petersburgh (i.e. Petersburg), Va.

Defenses of Washington, extract of military map of N.E. Virginia : showing forts and roads /

[Topographical map of the District of Columbia showing Civil War forts].

Index map for sheets, extract of military map of N.E. Virginia showing forts and roads : [Washington D.C. metropolitan area].

[Large building with harbor in background, Greece?] [Buildings and forts on the coast of Malta]

Bombardment of Taku forts, by the Allied fleets /

[Russian officers watching Japanese assault on one of the forts -- during the siege of Port Arthur]

[A sentinel over the dead -- guarding comrades who died defending Russian forts -- Port Arthur]

[Russian officers on a tour of inspection among the hill forts during the siege of Port Arthur]

Keeping below the dead line--in Japanese trenches near the Russian forts, Port Arthur

How the Przemysl Forts were wrecked

Constantinople from the sea is one of the world's best sights Entering the Bosphorus from the Black Sea one notices bristling forts and black guns low on the brown hills of the shores.

Old forts built centuries ago to hold back the Turkish invasion In the terraced garden rising behind his home on the Bosphorus, the Hon. G.B. Ravendael [i.e., Ravndal], American Consul-General in Constantinople, points out the Giant's Hill (or Goliath's Hill??) over on the Asiatic side and in the shelter of it the huge tanks of Standard Oil Co.

Brown hills rise up from the shores of the Bosphorus and old forts tell stories of centuries long struggle for supremacy here where Asia and Europe come within speaking distance Old forts built to ward off the Turks still stand in the slopes under Robert College.

Sailing from Genoa. Hundreds of Italians are waving bon voyage to relatives off to the Land of Opportunity, the U.S.A. The port of Genoa with the city climbing the hillsides to low forts built by Napoleon ; On the S.S. Conte Verde a new luxurious Italian express steamer of the Lloyd Sabaudo Co. two extra propeller blades are carried. This is one.

Coal barges and the passers whose bodies are as black as night with coal dust Malta presents a white stone hill of buildings and forts with not an inch of shade from the hot eastern sun.

The Campo Santo in Genoa where one joins a club to get a grave. Outsiders are charged double The port of Genoa with the city climbing the hillsides to low forts built by Napoleon.

Robert College and American School for boys crowns high hills above the Bosphorus Old forts built centuries ago to hold back the Turkish invasion.

The Sultan goes to prayer. Crowds and flags for his reception The harbour of Malta bristles with guns and English forts and everywhere the Union Jack flies in the breeze.

Testing M-4 tanks. One of America's new traveling forts, an M-4 tank, makes a trial run over the test hill of an Eastern manufacturing plant

"Tankers," the tough, durable lads who man our traveling forts. These men, members of the crews of M-4 tanks, are about ready to graduate from the Fort Knox, Kentucky school for soldiers of the armored forces

"Tankers," the tough, durable lads who man our traveling forts. These men, members of the crews of M-4 tanks, are about ready to graduate from the Fort Knox, Kentucky school for soldiers of the armored forces

Production. M-4 tanks. Treads for M-4 tanks awaiting installation as the powerful mobile forts roll down the production lines of the American Locomotive Company in Schenectady, New York

Production. M-4 tanks. Treads for M-4 tanks awaiting installation as the powerful mobile forts roll down the production lines of the American Locomotive Company in Schenectady, New York

Fort McHenry, Baltimore, Maryland

Fort Point, San Francisco, California

Fort Morgan is a historic fort at the mouth of Mobile Bay, Alabama

Fort Morgan is a historic fort at the mouth of Mobile Bay, Alabama

Fort Condé, Mobile, Alabama

Fort Condé, Mobile, Alabama

Fort Gaines, Alabama

Fort Gaines, Alabama

Fort Gaines, Alabama

Fort Morgan is a historic fort at the mouth of Mobile Bay, Alabama

Fort Gaines, Alabama

Fort Gaines, Alabama

Fort Gaines, Alabama

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