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General Forbes' route on the march against Fort Du Quesne, 1758 : this map is a copy of the original map, "General Forbes' marching jurnal [sic] to the Ohio J. Potts" in the collection of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania /

General Washington / painted by Gabriel Stuart 1797 ; engraved by James Heath Historical engraver to his Majesty, and to his Royal Highness the Princess of Wales, from the original picture in the collection of the Marquis of Lansdown.

Philadelphia, June 21, 1825. Sir, A number of persons, feeling an interest in the collection and preservation of whatever may conduce to the knowledge of the History of Pennsylvania, have formed a society under the title of "The Historical Socie

Political Quixotism shewing the consequences of sleeping in patent magic spectacles The diplomatic Hercules, attacking the poitical hydra / / from a very big picter in the Jinerals Bed-Room, draw'd off from Nater by Zek Downing, Historical Painter to Uncle Jack & Jineral Jackson.

American Historical Society, January 28, 1836, Blank Invitation to Lewis Cass Speech

Circular of the State Historical society of Wisconsin ... Madison Wis April 1, 1855.

Historical sketch of the rebellion. May 1862.

Historical sketch of the rebellion.

Historical sketch of the Rebellion : [United States] /

Historical sketch of the rebellion

Historical sketch of the rebellion

Slavery in Massachusetts. Letter from Mr. Moore. To the editor of the Historical magazine. ... George H. Moore. New York: April 24, 1869.

A Maxim. From the American Historical Record. [Circa 1871?].

Historical national masterpiece of art

Historical photograph of the assassination of President Garfield

Historical caricature of the Cherokee nation

Historical Geography.

Historical sketch of the war for the Union showing the lines of demarcation, important movements and battles in each year from 1861 to the close of the war in 1865.

Historical map of the United States indicating battlefields, names of commanders, number of troops engaged, number of killed and captured during French and Indian and Revolutionary wars, Mexican War, and the late Civil War

Chickamauga battlefield. Accompanies The battle of Chickamauga. Historical map and guide book.

N.Y. Historical Society Bldg.

[Buffalo Historical Society Building, Delaware Park,Buffalo, N.Y.]

New Haven Colony Historical Society, New Haven

[Buffalo Historical Society Building and the lakebridge, Delaware Park, Buffalo, N.Y.]

[Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society Building, Buffalo, N.Y.]

[Buffalo Historical Society Building, Delaware Park, Buffalo, N.Y.]

Library for State Historical Society, Madison, Wis. Ferry & Clas, architects, Milwaukee, Wis.

Buffalo Historical [Society] Building, Buffalo, N.Y.

Buffalo Historical Society building, Delaware Park, Buffalo, N.Y.

Historical Society Building, Buffalo, N.Y.

Photographer Solomon D. Butcher working on his collections of photographs at the Nebraska State Historical Society facility in the Library at the University of Nebraska

Photographer Solomon D. Butcher working on his collections of photographs at the Nebraska State Historical Society facility in the Library at the University of Nebraska

Solomon D. Butcher working on his collection at the Nebraska State Historical Society, Lincoln, Nebraska.

Official photo, State Historical Society, Sanitary Co., Fourth Nebraska National Guard

Official photo, State Historical Society, Co. C, Sixth Nebraska Infantry

Official photo, State Historical Society, Co. G, Fourth Nebraska National Guard

Official photo, State Historical Society, Co. K, Fourth Nebraska National Guard

Historical buildings and places. Independence Hall, Philadelphia

Historical buildings and places. George Washington's headquarters, M St., Georgetown II

Historical houses. Dumbarton House

Millwood, Virginia and Boyce, Virginia. Historical marker along the road in Virginia near Boyce

Historical buildings and places. George Washington's headquarters, M St., Georgetown I

Historical buildings and places. Inscription on Tomb of the Unknown Soldier I

Historical houses. Blair House III

Historical houses. Dumbarton House

Historical houses. Reproduction of a watercolor or painting by M. Lowell of wood house by curving dirt road

Historical houses. Barbara Fritchie's house and museum II

Historical houses. Exterior of historical house with automobiles

Historical houses. Blair House II

Historical buildings and places. Inscription on Tomb of the Unknown Soldier II

Historical houses. Blair House V

Historical buildings and places. Independence Hall, Philadelphia

Historical houses. Blair House I

Historical houses. Barbara Fritchie's house and museum I

Historical houses. Blair House VI

Historical houses. View of building on Jackson Square from across street

Historical houses. Blair House IV

Historical map of the city of Washington, District of Columbia : view of the city & location of the houses in the year 1801-02 : the beginning of Washington /

Historical map American Expeditionary Force /

Cattle brands. Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum. Canyon, Texas

... Dear Friend: Governor George H. Earle, at the suggestion of the Pennsylvania Historical commission has designated Saturday, December 12, 1936, as "Pennsylvania ratification day", to commemorate the ratification, by our Commonwealth of the co

Harvard University tercentenary 1636-1936 Harvard on view August September 1936. Historical exhibits free guide service. The public are cordially invited to visit the University.

Cattle brands. Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum. Canyon, Texas

Minnesota historical news. No. 188. August 1937. Distributed to newspapers by the Minnesota Historical society, St. Paul.

Cambridge, Massachusetts. Historical marker with trash cans

Washington, D.C. Historical marker erected by Daughters of the American Revolution near the Sears Roebuck store on Wisconsin Avenue, now called River Road

Portrait of Maggie Oblinger Sandon in the exhibition gallery at the Nebraska State Historical Society, Lincoln, Nebraska.

The State of Texas raises longhorn cattle at Abilene State Historical Park on the site of old Fort Griffin, Abilene, Texas

[Historic interpretor harvesting radishes at Old World Wisconsin, The State Historical Society's outdoor museum in Eagle Wisconsin]

Historical re-enactor at Mount Vernon, George Washington's Virginia estate, Mount Vernon, Virginia

The State of Texas raises longhorn cattle at Abilene State Historical Park on the site of old Fort Griffin, Abilene, Texas

Historical re-enactors at the "Million Indian March," Washington, D.C., photographed on the National Mall on June 27th, 2003

Japanese American Historical Plaza, Portland, Oregon

Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park, McCalla, Alabama

Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park, McCalla, Alabama

Pratt House, Essex Historical Society, Connecticut

Historical mural, Yreka, California

Sutter's Fort is a State Historical Park in California's capital city of Sacramento

Sutter's Fort is a State Historical Park in California's capital city of Sacramento

A restored blacksmith shop at Shasta State Historical Park in the now-deserted town of Shasta City, west of Redding, California

Sutter's Fort is a State Historical Park in California's capital city of Sacramento

Houses along Mission Historical Park in Santa Barbara, California

Sutter's Fort is a State Historical Park in California's capital city of Sacramento

Sutter's Fort is a State Historical Park in California's capital city of Sacramento

Mountainside scene at Fort Tejon, a California State Historical Park, in Grapevine Canyon on the main route between California's central valley and southern California

Officers' quarters at Fort Tejon, a California State Historical Park, in Grapevine Canyon on the main route between California's central valley and Southern California

Mountainside scene at Fort Tejon, a California State Historical Park, in Grapevine Canyon on the main route between California's central valley and Southern California

The quartermaster's shop building at Fort Tejon, a California State Historical Park, in Grapevine Canyon on the main route between California's central valley and southern California

Officers' quarters at Fort Tejon, a California State Historical Park, in Grapevine Canyon on the main route between California's central valley and Southern California

Officers' quarters at Fort Tejon, a California State Historical Park, in Grapevine Canyon on the main route between California's central valley and Southern California

Officers' quarters at Fort Tejon, a California State Historical Park, in Grapevine Canyon on the main route between California's central valley and Southern California

Captain John William Tudor Gardiner's quarters at Fort Tejon, a California State Historical Park, in Grapevine Canyon on the main route between California's central valley and Southern California

Longhorn cattle on the George Ranch Historical Park, a 20,000-acre working ranch in Fort Bend County, Texas, featuring historic homes, costumed interpreters and livestock

A corner of the "stock-farm house" at the George Ranch Historical Park, a 20,000-acre working ranch in Fort Bend County, Texas, featuring historic homes, costumed interpreters and livestock

Bucolic scene at the George Ranch Historical Park, a 20,000-acre working ranch in Fort Bend County, Texas, featuring historic homes, costumed interpreters and livestock

The "stock-farm house" at the George Ranch Historical Park, a 20,000-acre working ranch in Fort Bend County, Texas, featuring historic homes, costumed interpreters and livestock

Yard behind a sharecropper's cabin on the George Ranch Historical Park, a 20,000- acre working ranch in Fort Bend County, Texas, featuring historic homes, costumed interpreters and livestock

A longhorn steer takes a break from grazing at the George Ranch Historical Park, a 20,000-acre working ranch in Fort Bend County, Texas

"Hide Hunters," a 1956 mural by Harold Dow Bugbee that depicts the slaughter of western bison for their hides at the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum on the campus of West Texas A&M University in Canyon, Texas

Exhibit showing a mock-up of Dealey Plaza and the Texas School Book Depository, inside the sixth-floor storeroom of the building in Dallas Texas. There, Lee Harvey Oswald, the presumptive assassin of President John F. Kennedy, found a perch above the plaza, where the motorcade carrying Kennedy, Texas governor John Connally, and their wives, rolled below. Now called the Sixth Floor Museum, the site is operated by the Dallas County Historical Foundation

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