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Port of Galveston [Texas]

U.S. Reports: Oakey v. Bennett et al., 52 U.S. (11 How.) 33 (1851)

A bird's eye view of the city of New York View of Galveston, Texas.

Map of Texas showing the Sabine and Galveston Bay Rail Road, or Texas and New Orleans Air Line Rail Line, its connections in the U.S. and adjacent territories.

Texan rangers. Published by M. Morgan, Galveston, Texas, Confederate States, 1861

Attack on Federal fleet at Galveston, January 1, 1863.

Flake's bulletin. Extra Galveston May 13, 1864.

Map of Galveston Co., Texas.

Bird's-eye view of Galveston, Texas

Map of the county and city of Galveston, Texas /

Galveston Co. /

Galveston Co.

Galveston Disaster, Texas: putting dead body on fire

[Mardi Gras, New Orleans, U.S.S. Galveston with Rex]

Galveston disaster

St. Lucas Terrace, under ruins 80 bodies were found after this photograph was made, Galveston Disaster

Bird's-eye view of dock front, Galveston /

Galveston Disaster. House on Ave. N slightly moved with flood

Panorama of orphans' home, Galveston /

Galveston disaster, trying to find where their home stood

Looking North from Ursuline Academy, showing wrecked Negro High School Building, Galveston, Texas

Looking up 22d St. from corner of Avenue T, ruins of Galveston, Texas, [after hurricane]

Galveston disaster, getting a dead body from the ruins

Galveston flood, Sept., 1900--Commissary Dept.

The dead left by the receding flood, 33d St. and Avenue M, Galveston, Texas

Dredge boat, driven eleven miles, and stranded three miles from the sea, Galveston disaster

Galveston 1900 - gathering dead

Looking toward the gulf, showing space swept clean by the tornado's might, Galveston, Texas

Searching ruins on Broadway, Galveston, for dead bodies /

Panorama of wreckage of water front /

Galveston Flood, Coney Island, N.Y.

[Tex. - Galveston - Sacred Heart Church, Broadway & 13th St. - full view after hurricane and flood damage, Sept. 1900]

Shelter for the homeless, Galveston's awful disaster

Galveston 1900 - Tremont St. & Ave. P

Galveston disaster, public school 25th St. and Ave. P

Galveston disaster, people leaving city after flood

Galveston Disaster, Texas: a slightly twisted house

Galveston disaster - Lucas Terrace where fifty lives were lost, looking west

Galveston disaster, relief party working at Ave. P and Tremont St.

Mardi Gras, New Orleans, U.S.S.S. [sic] Galveston with Rex

Galveston Disaster, Texas: body in the ruins on wharf

Galveston disaster, I'm glad Ise living

Galveston disaster, merchants drying goods after flood

Galveston 1900

Galveston Disaster, Texas: begining life anew after the storm

Panoramic view of Tremont Hotel, Galveston /

Galveston disaster, interior St. Patrick's church

The Galveston Catastrophe - removing a body from land under 20 feet of debris

Galveston's awful calamity - Gulf tidal wave, September 8th 1900

Launching a stranded schooner from the docks /

Panorama of Galveston power house /

Floating wreckage near Texas City - typical scene for miles along the water front - Galveston disaster

In ruined Galveston--ready to consign a storm victim to the flames

Seeking valuables in the wreckage, Galveston, Texas

Lucas Terrace under which 51 people lie buried, Galveston

Missed!--A deaf looter at Galveston escapes temporarily a deserved fate

An opened passageway in the debris, North on 19th Street, Galveston, Texas

The Waves' Caprice - the only remaining house near the beach for miles - Galveston Disasater, Texas

Galveston disaster

Galveston 1900 - 18th and N Sts.

Galveston disaster, carrying dead body to fire to be burned

Map of the county of Galveston, Texas.

U.S.S. Galveston

U.S.S. Brooklyn and Galveston

[Sea wall construction site, Galveston, Texas]



Troops arrive at Galveston

Camp at Galveston

Loading McCLELLAN, Galveston, Apr. 1914

Galveston -- troops and transports

Panoram #2, Galveston, Texas

Galveston -- troops and transports

Beach & boulevard, Galveston, Texas

Troops on transport, Galveston

Seawall and beach, Galveston, Texas

McCLELLAN at Galveston

Water front #2, Galveston, Texas

[Tex. - Galveston - "landing a tarpon - exciting sport - a daily occurrence at Galveston"]

Troops arrive at Galveston

Seawall and beach, Galveston, Texas

Stern of "Dacia" at Galveston

Troops on transport, Galveston

Camp at Galveston

Stern of "Dacia" at Galveston

Refugees at Vera Cruz going to Galveston

Gen. Miles [i.e., Mills] at Galveston

Million dollar Hotel Galvez on Seawall Boulevard, Galveston, Texas

Troops at Galveston

Parade, 1st Prov. Regt., Ft. Crockett, Galveston, Tex.

Manuever [sic] camp, 1st Seperate [sic] Brigade, Galveston, Tex.

Camp of 2nd Prov. Regt., Ft. Crockett, Galveston, Tex.

Gen. Miles i.e., Mills at Galveston

Gen. A.L. Mills at Galveston

Troops at Galveston

Parade, 3rd Prov. Regt., Ft. Crockett, Galveston, Tex.

Gen. A.L. Mills at Galveston

Panorama, Ft. Crockett, Galveston, Tex., parade 2nd Prov. Regt.

Manuever [sic] Camp, 1st Seperate [sic] Brigade, Galveston, Tex.

Galveston Causeway, May 25, 1912

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