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[Peaceable Kingdom. Bull, lion, a sheep and a wolf? together in foregrd.; harbor and town in backgrd.]

Battle between Portuguese and Indians and Garasu near the harbor of Marin

[Dutch ships anchored in harbor of Helena Island in Arctic during Willem Barents' voyage of exploration in 159-]

[View of a waterfront area and a sailing ship entering a harbor]

[Ships in close combat in harbor]

[Boston Harbor, Massachusetts.

[A scene in the West Indies showing Natives on the beach with a British sailor and three large casks, and two ships in the harbor]

A plan of the bay and harbor of Boston, surveyed agreeably to the orders and instructions of the Right Honorable the Lords Commissioners for Trade and Plantations, to Samuel Holland, Esqr., His Majesty's Surveyor General of Lands for the Northern District of North America,

[Coast of Maine from Frenchman Bay to Mosquito Harbor.

[Coast of Maine from Rockland Harbor to Pemaquid Point.

[Views from offshore of the New England coastline and islands at the entrance to Boston Harbor]

[A farm at Egmont harbor, Prince Edward Island]

[Coast of New England from Chatham Harbor to Narragansett Bay.

[Egmont harbor - a distant view, Prince Edward Island]

[Coast of New Hampshire and Massachusetts from Great Boars Head to Marblehead Harbor.

... An act to erect a lighthouse on the head-land of Cape Hatteras; and a lighted beacon on Shell Castle Island in the harbor of Occacock in the State of North Carolina. [Philadelphia: Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794].

Cold Harbor [Hanover County, Virginia] /

[Plan of the town and harbor of Tripoli] /

The Burning of the fregate the Philadelphia in the harbor of Tripoli ...

View looking towards Old Harbor(?), Jamaica

[Cut] Offset of the Chesapeake, or The capture of Fort George and repulse of the enemy from Sacket's harbor. [1813].

Map of Sacket's Harbor in the county of Jefferson N.Y. /

[New York Harbor]

Map of New-York Bay and Harbor and the environs /

The harbor of Annapolis /

The destruction of tea at Boston Harbor / lith. & pub. by Sarony & Major, 99 Nassau naer [i.e., near] Fulton St., N.Y.

Skeleton map showing the rail roads completed and in progress in the United States and their connection as proposed with the harbor of Pensacola, and its relative position to the various important ports on the Gulf of Mexico, the Atlantic coast and in the West Indies.

Map exhibiting the rail road, canal, lake, and river routes from New York and Boston to the west : via Ocdensburgh [sic] and Sacket's [sic] Harbor, N.Y.

[Balloon with parachute and propellers, associated with Francesco Orlandi, flying over a town harbor and spectators, possibly during an ascent in Italy between 1820 and 1850]

Piraeus. Harbor of Athens

Proposed route for a rail road from Copper Harbor, to Fond Du Lac, Winnebego.

[Gen. Wm. Walker's Exp. in Nicaragua]: Harbor of San Juan Del Sur

Interior of the Port of Helsingfors [harbor secne, Helsinki, Finland]

Bartlemy's house, Esquimalt Harbor

Harbor sail! The Sloop Shave, will leave Long Wharf this evening, at o'clock. Fare 10 cents. Kendell Holmes, Master. Plymouth, Aug. 2, 1859.

Victoria Harbor, Vancouver Island, taken from the church hill, 1859

Map of the defences of Charleston city and harbor, showing also the works erected by the U.S. forces in 1863 and 1864 /

Sketch of Charleston Harbor

Harbor and docks with fishing smacks, Italy

[Unidentified view of a harbor]

New Haven Harbor

Map of Charleston Harbor, S.C.

[Map of Charleston Harbor showing defenses. 186-]

Snug Harbor

New Haven Harbor

Map of the defences of Charleston city and harbor, showing also the works erected by the U.S. forces in 1863 and 1864 /

View of Charleston Harbor and its Defences

Evacuation of Fort Moultrie, and burning of the gun carriages, on Sullivan's Island, Charleston Harbor, S.C.

Charleston Harbor S.C. Bombardment of Fort Sumter.

Beaufort Harbor and coast line between Charleston, S.C. and Savanna [sic] Ga., with 5 mile distance lines in circles round Beaufort, and R.R. connections, roads, &c, &c.

Plan of Charleston Harbor, and its fortifications

Truman Seymour, Thursday, February 28, 1861 (Sketch of Charleston Harbor)

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.

The Corrector, Sag Harbor, New York. V. 39, no. 40.

Plan of the harbor of Norfolk and Portsmouth, March 1st, 1861

Scene on the floating battery in Charleston Harbor, S.C., during the bombardment of Fort Sumpter [sic] - from a sketch by an officer

Fort Johnson, Charleston Harbor, S.C. Fort Sumter in distance

South-Western angle and face of Fort Moultrie, Charleston Harbor, S.C., April 16th, 1861

[Charleston Harbor, South Carolina. Interior view of Fort Sumter during ceremony of raising flag]

Plan of the siege operations on Charleston Harbor, showing the position of Fort Sumpter [sic] in relation to the attacking batteries

Sailors on Russian frigate "Osliaba," harbor of Alexandria, Va.

The war in North Carolina. Map of the entrance to Beaufort harbor, N.C. showing the position of Fort Macon, etc.

The United States gun-boat "Wyandotte" firing a salute on Washington's Birthday in Pensacola Harbor / drawn by an officer of Lieut. Slemmer's command.

Cutting down the U.S. flagstaff, under the direction of Major Anderson, at Fort Moultrie, Charleston Harbor, S.C., on Christmas night, 1860

[Fort Sumter and Castle Pinckney, Charleston Harbor, South Carolina]

Major Robert Anderson, U.S.A., in command of Fort Sumpter, Charleston Harbor, S.C. / photographed by Webster & Bros.

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.

John W. Martin to W[illiam] D. Wallach, Tuesday, April 09, 1861 (Telegram reporting of battle in Charleston Harbor)

United States Fleet off the Harbor of Pensacola

Major Anderson, U.S.A. commanding Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor / lith. P.S. Duval & Son, Phila.

View of the harbor of Pensacola--Santa Rosa Island and Fort Pickens in the fore-ground, Rebel batteries and Navy-Yard in the distance / / sketched by our special artist. The great review at Bailey's Cross Road, Virginia, on November 20, 1861 / sketched by our special artist from the top of a barn

Fort Johnson, Charleston Harbor, S.C. Fort Sumter in the distance

The new batteries erected on Morris Island for the defence of Charleston Harbor and the reduction of Fort Sumpter / from a sketch by our special artist now in Charleston, S.C.

Review of the volunteer troops in Fort Moultrie, on Sullivan's Island, Charleston Harbor, S.C., in the presence of Mrs. Pickens and Miss Pickens, the wife and daughter of the governor of South Carolina / from a sketch by our special artist now in Charleston.

Map of the Philadelphia & Erie Rail Road the city and harbor of Erie its western terminus, and the state of Pennsylvania showing the different rail-road connections, from the latest surveys constructed and drawn by John F. Burgin, C & Topl. Engineer 1862.

Preliminary chart of Charleston Harbor and its approaches.

Preliminary chart of St. Augustine harbor, Florida

St. Mary's River and Fernandina harbor, Florida

Preliminary chart of main entrance to Charlotte Harbor, Florida

The Rebel defences of Charleston Harbor S.C., August 1863

Monitor map, showing the whole seacoast from Chesapeake Bay, down to Savannah harbor, and the whole country between Richmond & Savannah, with map on large scale of the harbor of Charleston.

Charleston Harbor and its approaches showing the positions of the Rebel batteries.

Charleston Harbor and its approaches showing the positions of the Rebel batteries.

Charleston Harbor and its approaches showing the positions of the Rebel batteries.

Port Royal Island - 1. Camp Saxton (Smith's plantation) - the new headquarters of the 1st S.C. Vol. (Colored), Col. Higginson. 2. Mitchelville, the new south village for contrabands, Hilton Head / From sketches by our special artist. Defences of Charleston - the "middle ground" battery, Charleston Harbor / From a sketch by A.P. Palmer, formerly of the Confederate Army. Defences of Charleston - "Folly's battery," near the lighthouse, Charleston Harbor / From a sketch by A.P. Palmer, Co. E, 21st Regt., S.C. (Confederate) Vol. Defences of Charleston - the rebel iron clads in Charleston Harbor - from a sketch [b]y A.P. Palmer, formerly of Company E, 21st Regiment (Confederate) S.C. Vol.

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.

[Four Civil War views showing the Battle of Gettysburg, execution of deserters from the Army of the Potomac, and the attack on Fort Wagner, Charleston harbor, South Carolina]

[The Benjamin S. Wright, a schooner, held in the ice at Square Island Harbor, 1864]

[Cold Harbor, Va. Gen. Burnside and his staff at 9th Corps headquarters] / from a photograph by Brady.

[General Ulysses S. Grant at his headquarters in Cold Harbor, Virginia]

Grant's Great Campaign--Stevens's Battery at Cold Harbor.

[The Benjamin S. Wright, a schooner, held in the ice at Square Island Harbor, 1864]

Cold Harbor, Virginia. Camp in the woods

Preliminary chart of Beaufort River, Station Creek, Story and Harbor Rivers forming inside passage between Port Royal and St. Helena Sounds, South Carolina

Rebel defences [sic] of Charleston Harbor, S.C., December 11th, 18[64]

Beaufort harbor, North Carolina. Re-survey in June and July 1862. Corrected up to April 20th 1864

Gen. Rawlin's horse taken at Cold Harbor, Va.

Plan of Battle of Cold Harbor, Va. : June 1st and 3rd 1864.

Grant at City Point [i.e. Cold Harbor], Va., June 1864

[Gen. U.S. Grant at his Cold Harbor, Va., headquarters]