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C. & N.W. R.R., Mrs. Dorothy Lucke, employed as a wiper at the roundhouse, Clinton, Iowa

[Mississippi river, with Ohio, Rock, Iowa River de Moins, Missouri, White, and Arkansas rivers, and part of the Red River].

Public meeting. At a meeting of the Jackson Democratic citizens of Iowa County, at the town of Mineral Point, on Saturday, the 22nd of August, 1835, Col. James H. Gentry was called to the chair ... [1835].

[George Wallace Jones, half-length portrait, three-quarters to left, eyes front, with beard]

Bloomington, Iowa / painted and litho. by J.C. Wild.

To his Excellency James K. Polk, President of the United States: The undersigned, citizens of the first judicial district, composed of the counties of Crawford, Grant and Iowa, in the Territory of Wisconsin, would most respectfully represent to

A new map of Iowa : accompanied with notes by W. Barrows /

Sectional map of the state of Iowa, compiled from the United States surveys also exhibiting the internal improvements, distances between towns & villages, lines of projected rail roads &c. &c.; drawn and published by Guy H. Carleton, Dep. Sur. U.S.

Map of the northwestern states. Shewing [sic] what proportion lies north of the parallel of South Bend of Lake Michigan. It will be seen at a glance, that the unbroken line of communication with the Atlantic seaboard, and the only winter route for northern Indiana, northern Illinois, Michigan, Iowa, Wisconsin, and Minnesota, will be by the Michigan Southern Railway, and south shore of Lake Erie.

Hon. Hiram Price of Iowa

Bishop H.W. Lee of Iowa

Hon. Asahel Wheeler Hubbard of Iowa

Bishop H.W. Lee of Iowa

Hon. Josiah Bushnell Grinnell of Iowa.

Hon. Hiram Price of Iowa

Hon. Asahel Wheeler Hubbard of Iowa

Bishop H.W. Lee of Iowa

Hon. Hiram Price of Iowa

Bishop H.W. Lee of Iowa

Hon. Wm. Vandever of Iowa

Hon. Asahel Wheeler Hubbard of Iowa

Bishop H.W. Lee of Iowa

Map of Iowa exhibiting the townships, cities, villages post offices, railroads, common roads & other improvements.

Hon. Josiah Bushnell Grinnell of Iowa.

Hon. Josiah Bushnell Grinnell of Iowa.

Bishop H.W. Lee of Iowa

Parker's sectional & geological map of Iowa exhibiting her iron, lead, copper, coal and other geological resources and all rail roads completed in progress, and projected compiled from the U.S. surveys and personal reconnoisance. By Nathan H. Parker author of "Iowa As It Is" Clinton Io. 1856.

Map of the Iowa Central Air Line Rail Road and its connections.

Railway map shewing [sic] the connections between Muscatine, Iowa and the eastern cities.

[Design drawing for architectural elements for Sanctuary for St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Des Moines, Iowa]

Views of towns in Iowa - Dubuque

170 miles saved to Northern Iowa and St. Paul! Chicago, St. Paul and Fond du Lac railroad and Milwaukee & Mississippi railroad line! from Chicago & Milwaukee to Pr'ie du Chien, Wis. on the upper Mississippi River running through in 10 hours with

Map of Louisa County, Iowa /

Indiana, Illinois, Missouri & Iowa with parts of adjoining states.

John A. Kasson to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, September 13, 1859 (Invitation (Iowa))

Johnson's new railroad and township copper-plate map of Illinois, Iowa, & Missouri, from the latest and best authorities.

Map of Warren County, Iowa /

[James Harlan, Senator from Iowa, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Timothy Davis, Representative from Iowa, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[George W. Jones, Senator from Iowa, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Samuel R. Curtis, Representative from Iowa, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

Spot him! "Rev." Henry Clay Dean, of Iowa, who was present at the Chicago Convention in 1864, at which McClellan was nominated at the Copperhead candidate for President, is now addressing the Pierce-Davis-Sinclair & Co. democracy in this state .

Hon. James Falconer Wilson of Iowa

Hon. William G. Donnan of Iowa

Hon. Chas. Pomeroy of Iowa

Hon. George Washington McCrary of Iowa

Lt. Col. W.H. Merritt, 1st Iowa Inf. USA

Maj. Gen. Frederick Steele, Col. of 8th Inf. (Iowa)

Lt. Col. W.H. Merritt, 1st Iowa Inf. USA

Lt. Col. W.H. Merritt, 1st Iowa Inf. USA

Gen. James Wilson, Col. 13th Iowa Cav.

Gen. James Wilson, Col. 13th Iowa Cav.

Maj. John M. Corse, 6th Iowa Inf.

Maj. John M. Corse, 6th Iowa Inf.

Hon. Jackson Orr of Iowa

Hon. James Wilson Grimes of Iowa

Hon. Madison Miner Walden of Iowa

Map of Scott County, Iowa /

Hon. Wm. Loughridge of Iowa

Gen. James Wilson, Col. 13th Iowa Cav.

Maj. John M. Corse, 6th Iowa Inf.

Hon. William Smyth of Iowa

Departure of volunteers from Duqubue, Iowa, April 22, 1861 / Hy. The Eighth Massachusetts Regiment in the rotunda of the Capitol, Washington.

Map of Keokuk County, Iowa /

Non-commissioned officers, 19th Iowa Infantry, exchanged prisoners from Camp Ford, Texas. Photographed at New Orleans on their arrival

The charge of the First Iowa Regiment, with General Lyon at its head, at the Battle of Wilson's Creek, near Springfield, Missouri, August 10, 1861 / from a sketch by our special artist in Major-General Fremont's Division.

Burlington Iowa Bar Association to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, February 10, 1862 (Petition recommending David Davis)

Map showing the location of the Galena & Chicago Union Railroad with its branches & connections in Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota.

The attack of the 2nd Iowa Regt. on the rebel batteries at Fort Donelson

Map showing the location of the Chicago & Northwestern Railway with its branches & connections through Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan.

Rebel position near Centreville, Va., at the crossing of the Orange and Alexandria Railway over Bull Run, showing rebel encampment, fortifications, etc. / from a sketch by our special artist Mr. Forbes. Captain Jonathan S. Slaymaker, of the 2d Iowa regiment ... Sword presented to Major-General Fremont, "the pathfinder," by the men of the West, manufactured by Tiffany & Co.

The 10th Reg't Iowa Volunteers on the march from Hamburg to camp before Corinth, April 28th 1862 / sketched by A.E. Mathews, 31st Reg't O.V.I. ; Middleton & Strobridge lithographers.

A. J. Byram, 10th Iowa Infantry

Map of Cedar County, State of Iowa /

Capt. E. J. Kuhn, 10th Iowa

Iowa Militia, Governor's Greys, Tuesday, March 29, 1864 (Resolutions)

Map of Clinton County, Iowa /

Kasson, Hon. John Adams of Iowa

Allison, Hon. of Iowa

Wilson, Hon. James of Iowa

Oliver, Hon. Samuel Addison of Iowa Provost Marshal during Civil War

Pratt, Hon. H.O. of Iowa

Hon. George Washington McCrary of Iowa Secretary of War, Hayes administration

Sapp, Hon. Wm. Fletcher of Iowa. Lt Col of 2nd Nebraska Cavalry U.S.A. in 1862

McCoid, Hon. Moses Ayers of Iowa

Kasson, Hon. John Adam of Iowa

Wilson, Hon. James of Iowa

Harlan, Hon. James of Iowa, Sen.

Commissioned officers of 19th Iowa Infantry after their exchange as prisoners of war, New Orleans

McDill, Hon. James Wilson of Iowa

Wilson, Hon. James Falconer of Iowa, Delegate to Democratic Nat. Convention in Baltimore in 1860

Stone, Hon. Joseph Champlin of Iowa, 1st Iowa Cav.

Sampson, Hon. Ezekiel Silas of Iowa Capt. and Lt. Col. in 5th Regt. Iowa Inf.

Commissioned officers of 19th Iowa Infantry after their exchange as prisoners of war, New Orleans

Cummings, Hon. Henry Johnson Brodhead of Iowa. Col. 39th Iowa Vol Inf.

Oliver, Hon. Samuel Addison of Iowa

Ainsworth, Hon. Lucien Lester of Iowa. Capt Co. C. 6th Iowa Cavalry USA

Clark, Hon. Rush of Iowa (Aided in the organization of volunteer regiments from Iowa during the Civil War)

Kasson, Hon. John Adam. M.C. Iowa

Pratt, Hon. H.O. of Iowa

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