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U.S. Reports: Pleasants, Adm'tor, v. Pemberton, Adm'trix, 2 U.S. (2 Dall.) 196 (1793)

U.S. Reports: Williamson v. Kincaid, 4 U.S. (4 Dall.) 20 (1800)

U.S. Reports: Balfour's Lessee v. Meade, 4 U.S. (4 Dall.) 363 (1803)

U.S. Reports: Hunt and others vs. Wickliffe, 27 U.S. (2 Pet.) 201 (1829)

U.S. Reports: O'Hara et al. v. United States, 40 U.S. (15 Pet.) 275 (1841)

U.S. Reports: Christy v. Alford, 58 U.S. (17 How.) 601 (1855)

View of Mt. Vernon, the homestead of Washington

U.S. Reports: Ledoux et al. v. Black et al., 59 U.S. (18 How.) 473 (1856)

U.S. Reports: The United States v. Vaca et al., 59 U.S. (18 How.) 556 (1856)

U.S. Reports: Savignac v. Garrison, 59 U.S. (18 How.) 136 (1856)

U.S. Reports: Marks v Dickson et al., 61 U.S. (20 How.) 501 (1858)

At a meeting of the club held last evening, it was voted to accept the invitation extended us by Robert Fletcher, Esq. to visit his homestead and partake of his hospitalities ... John Patterson, Secretary. Boston, June 1st, 1859.

Departure from the old homestead

Gold Hill, Fort Homestead, Bower's Canyon

Fort Homestead, Gold Hill

Gold Hill from Fort Homestead, Crown Point Ravine

U.S. Reports: Silver v. Ladd, 73 U.S. (6 Wall.) 440 (1868)

Orphans' homestead, Gettysburg, Pa. The building, now newly roofed and adapted as far as practicable for its present use, was occupied by Gen. Howard as his head quarters at the battle of Gettysburg. It stands on Cemetery Hill, within a few rods of the vertex of the angle formed by our army in the battle. It is used until a more commodious and suitable structure can be erected to shelter its present fatherless inmates, with many other soldiers' orphans in different States of the Union, awaiting admission to the institution / / Photographed by C.J. Tyson, Gettysburg.

U.S. Reports: Yosemite Valley Case, The, 82 U.S. (15 Wall.) 77 (1873)

A patriot of 1776 defending his homestead

Representing "John Christiansen" doing his first brakeing [sic] on his homestead in May 1883

Old William Marsh homestead near Genet Post Office, Custer County, Nebraska

William Marsh at his homestead near the Genet postoffice in Custer County, Nebraska

Deep well on the Pollard homestead near Merna, Custer County, Nebraska.

"Hard Life on the Homestead." Custer County, Nebraska.

Troby homestead in Happy Hollow, southeast of Ansley, Custer County, Nebraska

New house on the old William Marsh homestead near the Genet Post Office, Custer County, Nebraska

Len Bisco homestead near West Union, Custer County, Nebraska

"In front of the Homestead" Near Sargent, Custer County, Nebraska.

The Harvey Andrews family on their homestead two and one-half miles northwest of New Helena, Nebraska.

First homestead

New house on the old McCaslin homestead, Rose Valley, Custer County, Nebraska.

"A typical western Nebraska homestead." or "My little German home across the sea." Custer County, Nebraska.

Joseph Beckwith sod homestead

Rice homestead on Cliff Table, Round Valley, Custer County, Nebraska.

Mullins homestead near Westerville, Nebraska

[Virginia Hot Springs, Va., the Homestead]

The old homestead

Albert M. and Nancy Merchant Allee on their homestead near Victoria Springs, Custer County, Nebraska.

Samuel Neve homestead, southwest Custer County, Nebraska.

Samuel Neve homestead, southwest Custer County, Nebraska.

Homestead Steel Strike - 2 images: 1. The Mob Assailing the Pinkerton Men on Their Way ot the Temporary Prison (drawn by Charles Mente); 2. The Burning Barges

On guard duty around "Fort Frick" (Carnegie Mills), Homestead, Pa.

The Homestead riot / drawn by W.P. Snyder after a photograph by Dabbs, Pittsburg.

Scene of the battle with Pinkertons, Homestead, Pa.

Dugout on the South Loup River, near Virge Allen Homestead, Custer County, Nebraska.

Dugout on the South Loup River, near Virge Allen Homestead, Custer County, Nebraska.

The Homestead riot

The labor troubles at Homestead, Pa. - Attack of the strikers and their sympathizers on the surrendered Pinkerton men / drawn by Miss G.A. Davis, from a sketch by C. Upham.

The First Troops in Homestead. The Eighteenth Regiment passing the Office and Works of the Carnegie Company, July 12, 1892

The old homestead well

[Samuel Francis Smith, 1808-1895, full-length portrait, seated at a table in his study, facing right, and exterior view of "The Homestead" at Newton Center, Massachusetts]

Neenah, Wis., Gov. Doty's old homestead

[Old Hillard homestead, Richmond, Virginia]

Bagley homestead, Detroit, Mich.

Pay line at the Homestead works, showing some of the steel corporation's stockholding employees

Steel ingots, Homestead Steel Works, Homestead, Pa.

[Japanese sun parlor, the Homestead, Hot Springs, Va.]

[Delivery room, Carnegie library of Homestead, Munhall, Pennyslvania]

Removing ingot slab from furnace, Homestead Steel Works, Homestead, Pa.

[Carnegie library of Homestead, Munhall, Pennyslvania]

[Billiard hall, Carnegie library of Homestead, Munhall, Pennyslvania]

A Darky homestead

Clubhouse and tennis courts, the Homestead, Virginia Hot Springs

[Adult reading room, Carnegie library of Homestead, Munhall, Pennyslvania]

Removing ingot slab from furnace, Homestead Steel Works, Homestead, Pa

Steel ingots, Homestead Steel Works, Homestead, Pa

Homestead, Pennsylvania, 1902.

Camp "Sam Black," Pennsylvania troops at Homestead, Pa.

The Homestead, Hot Springs, Va.

A.B. Butcher's girls on the old S.D. Butcher homestead

The first homestead in the United States, U.S.A.

Interior view of homestead dwelling, Jan. 23, 1904

Anton Smock homestead near Oconto, Custer County, Nebraska.

Anton Smock homestead near Oconto, Custer County, Nebraska.

Anton Smock homestead near Oconto, Custer County, Nebraska.

The Old Quincy homestead, Quincy, Mass.

Anton Smock homestead near Oconto, Custer County, Nebraska.

[Mountainous landscape with homestead]

Carnegie blast furnaces, Homestead, Pa.

[Settler's homestead, New Zealand]

At the lower level of the blast furnace. Drawing of the slag, steelworks, Homestead, Pa.

Filling the mixer with molten iron - emptying 20 ton ladle, steel works, Homestead, Pa., U.S.A.

[A white-hot three-ton ingot of steel in mill, to be rolled out seventy five feet long, Homestead, Pennsylvania]

A group of the steel corporation's profit-shareres drawing molten iron from a blast furnace at Homestead, [Pa.]

Overhead ore carrier and stoves where air is heated for the furnaces, steel works, Homestead, Pa.

Ingot weight seven and a half tons being taken from soaking and put to be rolled into plates, steelworks, Homestead, Pa.

Great bridge over the Monongahela - train of molten iron approaching, steel works, Homestead, Pa., U.S.A.

[Large cranes handling finished steel products: piling steel beams in loading yards, Homestead, Pa. Steel Works]

General (exterior) view of the blast furnaces, Steel Works, Homestead, Pa.

General view of the blast furnaces (daily output 3500 tons), Steel Works, Homestead, Pa.

A forest of stacks - in the yards of the great Homestead Steel Works, Pa., U.S.A.

Logging in Cascade Mtns.: The New Homestead, Washington

[A characteristic row of smokestacks at steel works, Homestead, Pennsylvania]

Rolling plates - a hot slab partially finished, Steel Works, Homestead, Pa.

Closing a furnace at Homestead, [Pa.] after drawing molten iron

Billet chutes, Homestead Steel Works, Homestead, Pa.

Billets and blooms, Homestead Steel Works, Homestead, Pa.

William H. Taft's old homestead

48-inch universal plate mill, Homestead Steel Wks. [Works], Homestead, Pa.