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A Portion of New York from the Hudson River west to the Unadilla Branch of the Susquehanna River; from the Delaware River north to Fort Stanwix.

A draught of Lake George, and part of Hudson's River taken September 1756

Map showing the west shore of the North or Hudson River,

New York & New Jersey commissioners line from 41⁰ on Hudson's River taken in 1769.

[Powder horn with hand-drawn map of the Hudson River (above Albany), Mohawk River, Niagara region, and Lake Ontario in New York Province].

One hundred and twenty dollars reward Major Christopher French, Ens. Joseph Moland, and the infamous Gurdon Whitmore, broke gaol and escaped this evening .... Barz. Hudson, Gaoler. December 27th, 1776. [s. l.]

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

[Plan of the encampment and position of the army under His Excelly. Lt. General Burgoyne at Bræmus Heights on Hudson's River near Stillwater on the 20th Septr. with the position of the detachment &c. in the action of the 7th of Octobr. & the position of the army on the 8th Octr. 1777.

[Plan of the encampment and position of the army under His Excelly. Lt. General Burgoyne at Swords House on Hudson's River on Septr. 17th, with the positions of that part of the army engaged on the 19th Septr. 1777.

[Lake Champlain and Lake George, and the country between the Hudson and the lakes on the west, and Connecticut River on the east.

Carte de l'entrée de la rivière d'Hudson, dépuis Sandy-Hook jusques à New-York avec les bancs, sondes, marques de navigation &c.

Carte de l'entrée de la rivière d'Hudson, dépuis Sandy-Hook jusques à New-York avec les bancs, sondes, marques de navigation &c.

Edmund Randolph to Thomas Jefferson, July 27, 1779, Anthony Wayne's Capture of Stony Point on the Hudson River

At a General Assembly of the Governor and company of the state of Connecticut, holden at Hartford, on the 2d Thursday of May, 1779. An act for raising two regiments of men for the defence of this state ... Hartford: Printed by Hudson and Goodwin

[Map of Stony and Verplanck Points on the Hudson River as fortified by Sir Henry Clinton June 1779.

Plan of the encampment and position of the army under His Excelly. Lt. General Burgoyne at Swords House on Hudson's River near Stillwater on Septr. 17th with the positions of that part of the army engaged on the 19th Septr. 1777.

Carte de l'Amérique septentrionale, depuis la baye d'Hudson jusqu'au Mississipi: pour servir aux essais historiques et politiques sur la révolution de cette partie du monde.

A chart of the bar of Sandy Hook the entrance of Hudson's River in the Province of New Jersey;

View of the west bank of the Hudson's River 3 miles above Still Water, upon which the army under the command of Lt. General Burgoyne, took post on the 20th Sepr. 1777 (shewing General Frazer's funeral) / Barlow sculp.

Hudson Muse to James Madison, February 8, 1794.

At a General Assembly of the State of Connecticut, holden at New-Haven, on the second Thursday of October A. D. 1798 [Regarding breaking of Sabbath]. [Hartford, Printed by Hudson and Goodwin 1798].

Second Regiment, Hudson Brigade, First Division, Hudson County State Militia

To the public. The liberality and promptitude of the Citizens of this State, in attending to my request for information, have already far exceeded my expectations ... [Signed] Horatio G. Spafford. Hudson 1 Mo. 1, 1810.

Hudson / painted by W.G. Wall ; engraved by I. Hill.

View near Hudson / painted by W.G. Wall ; engraved by J. Hill.

The junction of the Sacandaga and Hudson Rivers / painted by W.G. Wall ; finished by I. Hill.

Haverstraw Landing on the Hudson River [N.Y.]

Hudson River appropriation. The case fairly stated. [Albany, 1832?].

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 /

Stony Point, near Gibraltar, on the Hudson River, U.S. July 24th 1846

Approaching West Point, going down the Hudson, July 24, 1846

The Hudson River at Albany, U.S. Saturday July 18th 1846

Stopping place below Hudson - first view of the Catskill Mountains from the Hudson River, July 24th 1846, U.S

The Highlands from Newburgh and Butter Hill, Hudson River

Churchill's Hudson street temperance house. Nos. 10 & 12 Hudson Street, Albany ... A. C. Churchill. Albany, 1847.

Hudson's Bay's country after La Veranderie, about 1740.

Infirmary. Dr. Sherrill has taken a house with good and airy rooms pleasantly situated at 540 Hudson St. New Y. and fitted up an institution often desired by those who have not a regular home ... [New York 185-?].

Entrance to the Highland scenes Hudson River

Second street museum of living animals now exhibiting at 281 North 2d St., between Callowhill and Willow streets / Scott, Printer, 12 Hudson's Alley, Philadelphia.

The Hudson River from Poughkeepsie

West Point Hudson River

Hudson River above Albany

Rhinebeck, Kingston, Shawagunck Mountains [e.g. Shawangunk], Hudson River

View of the Hudson River near Newburg [sic]

Henry Hudson descending the Hudson River

Idlewild--on the Hudson: the glen

No. 2, log huts, winter quarters of the Br. N. Am. Boundary Commission on the banks of the Columbia two miles above the Hudson Bay Cos. post at Colville

Lt. Col. E. McK. Hudson (Aide de Camp)

Huts of the H. B. Co's. [i.e., Hudson's Bay Company's] servants, Fort Colville

Fort Vancouver, Hudson's Bay Co's. post, Columbia River, enclosing tents of N. A. [i.e., North American] Boundary Commission, May 1860

Hudson's Bay Co's. Fort Colville, Columbia River, 1860

Hudson, Jas.

H. B. Co's. [i.e., Hudson's Bay Company's] post, Fort Vancouver, Columbia River - officers' mess house and quarters, May 1860

Officers' house, Hudson's Bay Co's. Fort Colville, 1860

Falls on the Colville (Mill) River with the H. B. Co's. [i.e., Hudson's Bay Company's] mill, October 1860

Officers' mess house, H. B. Co's. [i.e., Hudson's Bay Company's] post, Fort Vancouver, May 1860

R. N. Hudson to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 18, 1861 (Recommendation)

3 illus.: 1. The Presidential journey - Reception of President Lincoln in New York, on the arrival of the special trains at the Hudson River R. depot, Thirtieth Street, Thursday, Feb. 19, 1861; 2. Reception of President Lincoln at Cleveland, Ohio; 3. President Lincoln in Buffalo, N.Y.

[Three U.S. Navy ships, from left, the Macedonian, the Dale, and the Savannah anchored at the south wharf of West Point, Hudson River, New York]

Albert V. Colburn to Hudson, October 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs; endorsed by William Seward to Lincoln)

View of Capt. Bainbridge's battery, Port Hudson, LA

Tourists' tickets to Niagara Falls, Rapids of the St. Lawrence, Thousand Islands, Saratoga, Hudson River, and other popular resorts; or Round trips including all the above, at prices to suit the times ... Vt. Central R, R. Line. [Boston] Fred Ro

[View of Indiana artillery, Port Hudson, LA]

Port Hudson and its defences

View of cavalliere [i.e., cavalier] taken from Central Gap, Port Hudson, La.

H. C. Townley and George Clapp, Thursday, September 24, 1863 (Resolutions of the Hudson River Central Baptist Association)

[Map of the region east and north of Baton Rouge, showing batteries on the Mississippi north of Port Hudson].

Port Hudson from the opposite bank of the river The Union forces entering the breast-works to take possession of Port Hudson, July 9, 1863 / / from a sketch by Mr. J.R. Hamilton.

Bombardment of Port Hudson by Admiral Farragut's fleet Assault of the Second Louisiana (Colored) regiment on the Rebel works at Port Hudson, May 27 / / from a sketch by our special artist.

Siege of Port Hudson

View of Capt. Mac's battery, Port Hudson, La.

Port Hudson and its defences

Hudson Taylor to John G. Nicolay, Saturday, June 11, 1864 (Sends engravings of General Grant)

A survey of a place for the location of a Navy Yard, on the west bank of the Hudson River ... was left with the Committee on naval affairs in June 1864 ... March 22d, 1866.

Hudson highlands: from the Peekskill and Cold Spring Road, near Garrison's Landing

Hudson, Lenawee Co., Michigan 1868.

View on the Hudson - West Point

Bird's eye view of the city of Hudson, St. Croix County, Wisconsin 1870.

The self propelling Hudson hobby horse...

Map of Port Hudson and vicinity

Map of the New York Central and Hudson River Railroad and its principal connections.

Hudson River scenery

Peekskill Bay and Narrows of the Hudson

Peekskill Bay and narrows of the Hudson

[A house on the Hudson, Washington Heights]

[Nat Hudson, St. Louis Browns, baseball card portrait]

[Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.]: Valley of the Hudson from Tahawus

Morning on the Hudson

The New administration--visitors paying their respects to President Harrison at the White House. The presidential train "held up" at Harrisburg by a little son of Gov. Beaver, who takes a photograph of Gen. Harrison and family. Close of the ice-harvest--scenes on an ice-farm near Athens, on the Hudson River / from a sketch by Joseph Becker.

The Mount Florence property at Peekskill on the Hudson.

Peekskill Bay and the narrows, Hudson River, New York

Peekskill Bay, Hudson River

Peekskill Bay and the Narrows, Hudson River

The Hudson river near Storm King

Spuyten Duyvil, first view of the Hudson

Scene on the Upper Hudson

The Thousand Islands via New York Central & Hudson River RR

The New York Central & Hudson River R.R. and connections.

[Steamboats: ALBANY - with bow to right and in foregrd. on Hudson R.; bridge in background]

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