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[Mobile tank-like fortress in the shape of a dragon]

[Mechanical device for scaling towers]

[Portable siege ladder]

[Telescoping siege machine]

[Underwater breathing apparatus]

[Air mattress made from animal skins]

[Cannons shooting fire tubes to frighten charging cavalry troops who are shown retreating]

[Illustration of ballistics showing cannon with Tartaglia's gun quadrant to measure its angle of elevation; and surrounding text]

Exemplum balistæ quadrirotis

Expositio thoracomachi

[Apparatus for shooting large arrows]

[Title page to manual on military discipline for proper conduct during use of artillery]

Chandelier, is a wooden frame, whereon are laid fascines or faggots, to cover the workmen while carrying on the approaches

Hurdles, or clayes, made of branches or twigs, closely nterwoven, are about five or six feet long, and three, or three and a half broad

Guerritte, a fort or small tower of stone or wood, on the point of a bastion, or on the angles of the shoulder, to hold a sentry

Cheveaux de-frize, large joints or beams, stuck full of wooden pins, armed with iron, to stop breaches, or to secure a passage of a camp against the enemy's cavalry

Petard, a brass pot fixed upon a strong square plank, which has an iron hook to fix it against a gate or palisades

Gabion, a cylinder basket, open at both ends, about three feet wide, and as much in height

Elevation of a truck-carriage [and] plan of a truck carriage

[Tools necessary to prove and load guns]

Amunition waggon

Elevation of a sling cart [and] plan of a sling cart

Elevation of a powder cart [and] plan of a powder cart

Gin - engine for drawing the fuzes out of the shell - box with grapeshot - section of a petard

Pontoon carriage

[Types of early renaissance cannon]

Battle of New Orleans, Jan. 8th 1814 [i.e., 1815]

The death of locofocoism

The Secretary of War presenting a stand of colours to the 1st Regiment of Republican bloodhounds

A political movement

The new era or the effects of a standing army

A bivouack in safety or Florida troops preventing a surprise

[Fortresses designed to enable defense against attack from any direction]

Town & country making another drive at the great question.--No go!!

Hunting Indians in Florida with blood hounds

Grand Presidential sweep-stakes for 1849

The day after the fair

[Typical bow used by a samurai]

[Pikes or halberds and staffs]

[Bow, arrows, and quiver, also arrowheads and armband]

[Crossbow with projectile and swords with scabbards]

[Swords and scabbards, banners and standards]

[Warrior, full-length, facing left, with bow drawn, about to shoot an arrow at a target]

[Hand-held mace?]

[Two images (top): shash and attachments for uniforms; (bottom): batons or ceremonial staffs]

[Samurai on horseback, wearing armor and horned helmet, carrying bow and arrows]

[Front and back view of uniform and armor for samurai]

[Two hand-held fans, one with circular design]

[Samurai, standing, facing left, wearing armor and holding a bow, also has arrows and a sword]

[Profile view of a cannon]

[Warrior, full-length, facing left, with bow, arrows, and sword]

[Warrior, full-length, facing left, with bow drawn, about to shoot an arrow, includes several types of targets]

[Two crossbow designs]

[Hand-held folding fan with circular design]

[Reproduction of page from notebook of Leonardo da Vinci showing giant crossbow]

Close-up of bactrian camel caravan on the Amur River

[Bactrian camels of a military caravan on the Amur River]

Bactrian camel caravan on the Amur

Close-up of bactrian camel on the Amur

Bactrian camels of a military caravan on the Amur River, near view

Bactrian camels of a military caravan on the Amur River, distant view

A good beginning / Keppler.

[Smoking monster engine destroying town]

Signal Station, Latrine, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, VI

British Barracks Complex, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, VI

Fort Lowell, Summer Kitchen, Fort Lowell Road Vicinity, Tucson, Pima County, AZ

Stanley R. Mickelsen Safeguard Complex, Community Center, Southwest of Avenue B & First Street intersection, Nekoma, Cavalier County, ND

Stanley R. Mickelsen Safeguard Complex, Industrial Building, One block southwest of Limited Area Sentry Station, Nekoma, Cavalier County, ND

Fort Union, Company Quarters, State Highway No. 161, Watrous, Mora County, NM

Frankford Arsenal, Building No. 24, North side of Mordecai Road, west of Mellon Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Fort Union, Company Quarters, State Highway No. 161, Watrous, Mora County, NM

Fort Union, Company Quarters, State Highway No. 161, Watrous, Mora County, NM

Stanley R. Mickelsen Safeguard Complex, Limited Area Sentry Station, At gate between Avenue A & Tactical Road, Nekoma, Cavalier County, ND

Stanley R. Mickelsen Safeguard Complex, Post Chapel, On Avenue A, North of softball field, Nekoma, Cavalier County, ND

Frankford Arsenal, Building No. 72, West side Walbach Street north of Benet Road, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Frankford Arsenal, Building No. 117, East side Montgomery Street between Worth & Crozier Roads, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

British Barracks Complex, Kitchen, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, VI

Fort Johnson, Southport, Brunswick County, NC

Fort Union, Company Quarters, State Highway No. 161, Watrous, Mora County, NM

Alcatraz, San Francisco Bay, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

Wupatki, Citadel Ruin, U.S. Highway 89, Loop Road, Flagstaff, Coconino County, AZ

Lee's Ferry, U.S. Route Alternate 89, Page, Coconino County, AZ

Frankford Arsenal, Building No. 43, Southeast corner of Mordecai Road & Mellon Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Shipley's Battery, Guardhouse, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, VI

Christians Fort, Cruz Bay vicinity, Cruz Bay, St. John, VI

Stanley R. Mickelsen Safeguard Complex, Warhead Handling Building, Within Exclusion Area, Nekoma, Cavalier County, ND

Frankford Arsenal, Building No. 59, Southeast corner Mordecai Road & Ripley Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Frankford Arsenal, Building No. 34, Southwest corner Mordecai Road & Mellon Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Frankford Arsenal, Building No. 20, North side of Mordecai Road, west of Mellon Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Frankford Arsenal, Building No. 113, Southwest corner Craig Road & Baker Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Fort McHenry, Flag Pole Base, East Fort Avenue at Whetstone Point, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

Stanley R. Mickelsen Safeguard Complex, Gymnasium, South of Avenue A, East of softball field, Nekoma, Cavalier County, ND

Fort Raleigh, Entrance Gate, U.S. 64-264, Manteo, Dare County, NC

Stanley R. Mickelsen Safeguard Complex, Exclusion Area Sentry Station, On Patrol Road at entrance to Missile Field, Nekoma, Cavalier County, ND

Fort Union, Mechanics' Shops, State Highway No. 161, Watrous, Mora County, NM

Fort Union, Mechanics' Shops, State Highway No. 161, Watrous, Mora County, NM

Fort Union, Mechanics' Shops, State Highway No. 161, Watrous, Mora County, NM

Fort Union, Mechanics' Shops, State Highway No. 161, Watrous, Mora County, NM

Fort Union, Mechanics' Shops, State Highway No. 161, Watrous, Mora County, NM

Fort Union, Mechanics' Shops, State Highway No. 161, Watrous, Mora County, NM

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