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

Carte de la decouverte faite l'an 1673 dans l'Amerique Septentrionale /

Carte de la découverte faite l'an 1673 dans l'Amérique septentrionale.

Carte de la rivière de Mississipi : sur les mémoires de Mr. Le Sueur qui en a pris avec la boussole tous les tours et detours depuis la mer jusqu'à la rivière St. Pierre, et a pris la hauteur du pole en plusieurs endroits /

Carte de la riviere Longue : et de quelques autres, qui se dechargent dans le grand fleuve de Missisipi [sic] ... ; Carte que les Gnacsitares : ont dessine sur des paux de cerfs ...

Carte du cours du fleuve St. Louis depuis dix lieues audessus de la Nouvelle Orleans jusqu'à son embouchure ou sont marquées les habitations formées, et les terrains concedez [i.e. concédés], auxquels on n'a pas travaille.

Carte particulière du cours du fleuve St. Louis depuis le village sauvage jusqu'au dessous du Detour aux Angloix, des lacs Pontchartrain & Maurepas & des rivières & bayouc qui y aboutissent /

Embouchures du fleuve St. Louis ou Mississipi. 1763.

Cours du fleuve Saint Louis depuis ses embouchures jusqu'à la rivière d'Iberville et costes voisines.

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.

Grondvlakte van Nieuw Orleans, de hoofdstad van Louisiana. De uitloop van de Rivier Missisippi. De oostelyke ingang van de Missisippi, met een plan van het fort, 't welk het kanaal beheerscht.

A plan of the river Missisippi.

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

... 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.

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

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

Plan of the mouths of the Mississipi to shew the different situations of the passes of S.W, S.E., N.E., Latoutre & their soudings /

Plan of the mouth of the Mississipi to explain the direction of the thelegraphies lines from Balize to Plaquemines & for other puposes : No. 4, report of the 1st June 1813 /

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

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

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 /

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.

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

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.

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,

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.

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,

Map of the Cairo & Fulton Railroad exhibiting the principal tributary lines as projected and its connections with other railroads west of the Mississippi River, which unite with the Missouri Pacific Railroad, and south projected Pacific Railroad via Elpaso [sic] to the Pacific Ocean, showing also the connection by rail road of the cities of New Orleans & St. Louis. Little Rock, Ark. Sep. 1853.

Map of the proposed Northern Route for a railroad to the Pacific.

H. V. Poor's rail road map showing particularly the location and connections of the North East & South West Alabama Rail Road, by E. D. Sanford, Civil Engineer.

Reconnaissance and survey of a railway route from Mississippi River, near 35th parallel north lat., Pacific Ocean.

Map of routes for a Pacific railroad, compiled to accompany the report of the Hon. Jefferson Davis, sec. of war.

View fo the lake & north west-connections with Philadelphia.

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 showing route of Norfolk & Petersburg Rail Road and its connections with Ohio & Mississippi Rivers, William Mahone, Chief Engineer, F. Bourquin & Co., Philada.

Transatlantic sketches--the Mississippi River

Norman's chart of the lower Mississippi River,

De Soto's party descending the Mississippi after his death / J.W. Orr, N.Y.

Map of the territory of the United States from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean; ordered by Jeff' Davis, Secretary of War to accompany the reports of the explorations for a railroad route.

Map of the territory of the United States from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean; ordered by Jeff'n Davis, Secretary of War to accompany the reports of the explorations for a railroad route.

Map of the territory of the United States from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean; ordered by Jeff'n Davis, Secretary of War to accompany the reports of the explorations for a railroad route.

Map of the military dep't of Texas : being a section of the map of the territory of the U.S. from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean /

Scene on the upper Mississippi (Am Ober-Mississippi)

The Republican Standard.

U.S. gunboat Pittsburg - Mississippi River Fleet

U.S. gunboat Benton

U.S. gunboat Milwaukee

Fleet above the Falls in Red River - Mississippi River Fleet

U.S. gunboat Black Hawk

U.S. gunboats DeKalb, Mound City, and Cincinati [i.e. Cincinnati] - Mississippi River Fleet

U.S. gunboat Black Hawk

U.S. gunboat Peosta - Mississippi River Fleet

U.S. gunboat Lafayette, Mississippi River Fleet

U.S. gunboat Ozark - Mississippi River Fleet

U.S. gunboat Silver Cloud

U.S. gunboat Essex - Mississippi River Fleet

Wreck of U.S. gunboat Indianola - Mississippi River Fleet

U.S. gunboat Kickopee

U.S. gunboat Vindicator

U.S. hospital boat Red Rover - Mississippi River Fleet

U.S. gunboat Lexington [i.e. Tyler] - Mississippi River Fleet

U.S. gunboat Tyler - Mississippi River Fleet

U.S. gunboat Cricket

The Mississippi.

Lloyd's American railroad map.

U.S. gunboat Queen City

U.S. gunboat Choctaw - Mississippi River Fleet

U.S. gunboat Benton

U.S. gunboat Osage - Mississippi River Fleet

U.S. gunboat Milwaukee - Mississippi River Fleet

The Mississippi River Fleet at Mound City, Illinois

U.S. gunboat Meteor [i.e. Cricket]

Com. Foot[e], Fort Donelson, Fort Henry, & Mip [i.e., Mississippi] river generally / E. & H.T. Anthony (Firm), 501 Broadway, N.Y.

U.S. gunboat Cairo - Mississippi River Fleet

Jefferson Davis' house, Hurricane [i.e. Davis] Island, Miss.

Col. Paine's barracks, brigade hospital, Dr. [Sim's?] headquarters, roof of State quartermasters office, United States Quartermasters Department, ice houses, Mississippi River

Gunboat on the Mississippi

Bombardment of Island "Number ten" in the Mississippi River: By the gunboat and mortar fleet, under the Command of Flag Officer A.H. Foote

Map showing the system of rebel fortifications on the Mississippi River at Island no. 10 and New Madrid, also the operations of the U.S. forces under General John Pope against these positions

The war on the Mississippi River - night expedition to island no. 10 ... / from a sketch by our special artist, Mr. H. Lovie.

Commodore Farragut's squadron and Captain Porter's mortar fleet entering the Mississippi River / sketched by an Officer of the "Mississippi".

Map showing the system of Confederate fortifications on the Mississippi River at Island no. 10 and New Madrid, also the operations of the United States forces under General John Pope against these positions

Commodore Farragut's squadron and Captain Porter's mortar fleet entering the Mississippi River

Map showing the defenses of the Mississippi below New Orleans and Farragut's attack 24 April 1862.

The CARONDELET running the gauntlet at Island No. 10

Map showing the Rebel batteries at Island no. 10 & vicinity for the defence of the Mississippi River, captured by U.S. forces, April 7th 1862

South West pass of the Mississippi River /

[Civil War envelope showing flotilla of gunboats engaged in battle on the Mississippi River at Fort Wright, Tennessee]

Commodore Farragut's squadron and Captain Porter's mortar fleet entering the Mississippi River

Plan of Fort Jackson, showing the effect of the bombardment by the U.S. mortar flotilla and gunboats, April 18th to 24th 1862 : flag officer D.G. Farragut commanding fleet, Com. D.D. Porter commanding flotilla /

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