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Smokestacks and bridge of a steamboat docked at Jackson Square on the Mississippi River, New Orleans, Louisiana

The Mississippi /

Carte de la Louisiane et du cours du Mississipi [i.e. Mississippi]: dressée sur un grand nombre de mémoires entrautres sur ceux de Mr. le Maire /

Carte de la Louisiane et du cours du Mississippi ...

Missisippi of 't wydbefaamde Goudland door de inbeelding der Windnegotie

De inventeur der windnegotie, op zyn zegekar

De eklips der zuider zon doet veele in't duister zitten veroorzaakt door de onpolitike maan der brn...

Plan du fort projetteʾ au nouveau Bilocxy.

A Map of Louisiana and of the River Mississippi.

A map of Louisiana and of the river Mississipi [i.e. Mississippi] : this map of the Mississipi [i.e. Mississippi] is most humbly inscribed to William Law of Lanreston, esq. /

Coupe et profil de la redoute de Rosalie au Natchez prise sur la ligne A.B. aud lieu le 11 may 1732 /

Carte de la Louisiane cours du Mississipi [i.e. Mississippi] et pais voisins : dediée à M. le Comte de Maurepas, ministre et secretaire d'etat commandeur des ordres du roy /

Map of the country about the Mississippi.

Le transport du grand soleil

A Plan of West Florida, the Isle of Orleans, and some parts of the Spanish dominions to the westward of the Mississipi.

Course of the river Mississippi, from the Balise to Fort Chartres; taken on an expedition to the Illinois, in the latter end of the year 1765.

Louisiana, as formerly claimed by France, now containing part of British America to the east & Spanish America to the west of the Mississippi.

Carte de la coste de la province de la Louisiane et des bouches du Micissipy ou fleuve St. Louis,

Plan of Fort Rosalia.

[A Native American presents map to Europe?] / R.R. inv & fect.

A new map of the western parts of Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and North Carolina; comprehending the River Ohio, and all the rivers, which fall into it; part of the River Mississippi, the whole of the Illinois River, Lake Erie; part of the Lakes Huron, Michigan &c. and all the country bordering on these lakes and rivers,

A new map of the western parts of Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland and North Carolina; comprehending the river Ohio, and all the rivers, which fall into it; part of the river Mississippi, the whole of the Illinois River, Lake Erie; part of the lakes Huron, Michigan &c. and all the country bordering on these lakes and rivers.

A new map of the western parts of Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland and North Carolina; comprehending the river Ohio, and all the rivers, which fall into it; part of the river Mississippi, the whole of the Illinois River, Lake Erie; part of the lakes Huron, Michigan &c. and all the country bordering on these lakes and rivers.

Accurata delineatio celeberrimæ regionis Ludovicianæ vel Gallice Louisiane oł. Canadæ et Floridæ adpellatione in Septemtrionali America ... / Gottfri Rogg del. ; M. Rhein sc.

A Plan of the coast of part of west Florida & Louisiana : including the River Yazous /

Partie occidentale de la Virginie, Pensylvanie, Maryland, et Caroline Septle. la rivière d'Ohio, et toutes celles qui s'y jettent, partie de la Rivière Mississippi, tout le cours de la rivière de Illinois, le Lac Erie, partie des Lacs Huron et Michigan &. toutes les contrées qui bordent ces lacs et rivières,

[Map of the Rigolet and the mouth of the Pearl River, Louisiana and Mississippi].

The U.S.M. Mississippi passenger steamer

To the citizens of the State of Mississippi. Cotton planter, No. II. To Judge Leake. [Signed] Cotton planter. [18-?].

To the citizens of the State of Mississippi Cotton Planter. No. 1. Fellow citizens ... [Signed] Cotton Planter. [18- ].

Thomas Jefferson to Mississippi Territory Speaker of the House, March 2, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to Mississippi House of Representatives, April 3, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to Mississippi House of Representatives, March 2, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to Legislative Council of Mississippi Territory, December 29, 1803

... The following resolution passed the House of representatives on Wednesday last, and the senate yesterday. [Regarding the free navigation of the Mississippi River]. Frankfort, November 25, 1803.

[Lewis and Clark map, with annotations in brown ink by Meriwether Lewis, tracing showing the Mississippi, the Missouri for a short distance above Kansas, Lakes Michigan, Superior, and Winnipeg, and the country onwards to the Pacific].

Map of the Washita river in Louisiana from the Hot Springs to the confluence of the Red River with the Mississippi /

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

[Plan of Baton Rouge and adjoining properties on the Mississippi River].

[Four plats on the Mississippi River at Baton Rouge 1805].

[Cadastral map of an area along the Mississippi River from the United States-Spanish border south to McIntosh Island] /

[Cadastral map of a portion of Feliciana District, Spanish West Florida, between the Mississippi River and the Comite River].

[Map of an area from Pearl River to Bay St. Louis in Spanish West Florida].

[Map of area from Rio Iberville to Thompson's Creek along the Mississippi River, Spanish West Florida, Districts of Manchac, Baton Rouge, and Feliciana].

Thomas Fitzpatrick, et al to Williams, December 24, 1807, Mississippi Territory Legislature

Peter Bruin, March 1, 1808, Mississippi Territory Resolutions

Williams to Mississippi Territory Legislature, March 1, 1808, Dissolution

Gentlemen of the Senate and of the House of representatives. Called by your joint and unanimous suffrages, to fill the office of chief magistrate, under the constitution adopted by the people of this commonwealth, I repair with a full sense of m

Prospectus for publishing by subscription A map of the state of Louisiana, with a part of the State of Mississippi and Alabama Territory by Maxfield Ludlow. [181-].

The state of Mississippi and Alabama territory.

A chart of the internal part of Louisiana : including all the hitherto unexplored countries, lying between the River La Platte of the Missouri on the N., and the Red River on the S., the Mississippi east, and the mountains of Mexico west, with a part of New Mexico & the Province of Texas /

To the inhabitants of the State of Florida ... Fulwar Skipwith. St. Francisville, December 23rd, 1810. Natchez (M. T.) Printed by John W. Winn Co. [1810].

Map of the Mississippi River from its source to the mouth of the Missouri.

A map of Lewis and Clark's track, across the western portion of North America from the Mississippi to the Pacific Ocean : by order of the executive of the United States in 1804, 5 & 6 /

A map of Lewis and Clark's track across the western portion of North America, from the Mississippi to the Pacific Ocean : by order of the executive of the United States in 1804, 5 & 6 /

Extract from the proceedings of the President and selectmen of the city of Natchez, at their meeting on the 4th April, 1815 ... A. Campbell, City Clerk. [Natchez] J M'Curdy Pr. [1815].

To the "Natchez Volunteer Rifle Corps." Attention! ... Our late brave and beloved Chief the immortal Jackson, it is understood, is approaching near our city on his way to Tennessee, and it is confidently believed, that the "Natchez, Volunteer Ri

[View of the battle near Chalmettes plantation, Jan. 8, 1815]

A map of Mexico, Louisiana, and the Missouri Territory : including also the state of Mississippi, Alabama Territory, East and West Florida, Georgia, South Carolina & part of the Island of Cuba /

Map of Mississippi : constructed from the surveys in the General Land Office and other documents /

Raree - show on the banks of the Mississippi, or The gentle European among the rude sons of nature / Cruikshank del.

Plano borrador de la parte de la Florida Occidental contenida entre el Rio Mississipi y Bahia de la Mobila inclusives /

Map of "countries bordering on the Mississippi and Missouri", in Henry Rowe Schoolcraft, Journal of a tour...of Missouri, London, Printed for Sir R. Philips & Co., 1821

Country drained by the Mississippi /

Funeral honors. Washington, Miss. Aug. 12, 1826. In carrying into effect the views of the Committee of arrangement, the Grand Marshall directs th t the following order be observed, in the procession intended on to-morrow, the 13th instant, in ho

Map of the territory of Florida, from its northern boundary to lat. 27⁰30ʹN, connected with the delta of the Mississippi : annexed to the report of the Board of Internal Improvement dated Febr. 19th, 1829, relating to the canal contemplated to connect the Atlantic with the Gulf of Mexico and describing the inland navigation parallel to the coast from the Mississippi to the Bay of Espiritu Santo and from St. Mary's Harbour to St. Augustine

Wooding Station on the Mississippi

Map of the route passed over by an expedition into the Indian country in 1832 to the source of the Mississippi /


Southern ideas of liberty

A map of a portion of the Indian country lying east and west of the Mississippi River to the forty sixth degree of north latitude from personal observation made in the autumn of 1835 and recent authentic documents /

A preamble and resolutions in relation to the persons denominated "Abolitionists" ... Approved. February 27, 1836. [n. p. 1836].

[Title page from Davy Crockett's Almanack (1836), vol. 1, no. 2, illus. with "Crockett's method of wading the Mississippi" (on stilts)]

Map showing the most direct commercial route from the Atlantic via L. Ontario, to the province of Upper Canada, the north western states & territories, and to the Mississippi.

A chart of the coast of America : from New York and Philadelphia to the Strait or Gulf of Florida, and from thence to the Mississippi /

A keel boat on the Mississippi

Scene in Washington. In which the Presidental candidate of all the decency or respectable Webb "Whig" Party . . .

A bull chase. The words of the wise, are as goads

Map of Mississippi, Louisiana & Arkansas exhibiting the post offices, post roads, canals, rail roads, &c. /

Map shewing the connection of the Baltimore and Ohio-Rail-Road with other rail roads executed or in progress throughout the United States.

A proclamation by Alexander G. McNutt, Governor of the state of Mississippi. Whereas, it is provided in the 9th section of the "Act supplementary to an act to incorporate the subscribers to the Mississippi Union Bank," approved Feb. 15, 1838, "T

The little magician's sleight of hand performance. An absquabulating shew, by Von Kinder & Co. But Old Tippecanoe, will soon make it "No go"

All the West going for Matty

Map of the projected railway from Harrisburg to Pittsburg [sic], with proposed extension to Cleveland, Wooster, Sandusky, Toledo, Cincinnati; Michigan City, Chicago, Galena, Rock Island, St. Louis, &a; in connection with the public works of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois.

Hydrographical basin of the upper Mississippi River from astronomical and barometrical observations, surveys, and information.

Map, exhibiting the railway route between Baltimore & St. Louis, together with the other principal lines in the eastern, middle & western states; prepared under the direction of B. H. Latrobe, Ch. Engr. B. & O. R.R.

The masked battery or Loco-Foco strategy

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

A new map for travelers through the United States of America showing the railroads, canals & stage roads with the distances,

Funeral obsequies of free-trade

List of the officers, non-commissioned officers, musicians & privates of the first regiment Mississippi riflemen in the war with Mexico (to serve twelve months,) date of enlistment, June 1846 / C.B. Graham Lith. Washington City, D.C.

Map without title showing the railroad route to Santa Fe and San Diego; the central route through South Pass and on to San Francisco and "Puget's Sound," and connecting railroads east of the Mississippi.

Map showing the position of Chicago in connection with the North West & the principal lines of rail roads, canals, navigable streams and lakes, together with the most important towns, and their distances from Chicago.

Sketch illustrating the positions of the commercial cities and towns of the Eastern, Middle and Western States with the principal existing and proposed lines of communication.

The upper Mississippi and Missouri /

Map of the route surveyed from the Mississippi at Lake Providence in Louisiana to the great bend of Red river at Fulton in Arkansas /

A map of a part of the southern & western states showing the contemplated route of the New Orleans & Ohio Railroad and the Central Railroad of Illinois, also the route of the Mobile & Ohio Railroad representing the most central, direct and practicable route for a great national and commercial highway between the Gulf of Mexico and the Great Northern Lakes, and by various branches and intersections with other Railways connecting with all the principal cities of the United States.

Scene in Uncle Sam's Senate. 17th April 1850

A horrid tragedy. Editorial remarks of the Port Gibson Herald and Correspondent, of September 12, 1851. [Regarding the murder of Dr. Jeremiah Chamberlain, President of Oakland College].

A new map of the United States. Upon which are delineated its vast works of internal communication, routes across the continent &c. showing also Canada and the Island of Cuba,

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