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Edmund Pendleton to Thomas Jefferson, June 1, 1776, Report of Cornwallis at Cape Fear; Naval Intelligence

Thomas Jefferson, October 1780, List of Military and Naval Questions

Plano del Puerto de Angel situado en la costa de Angel en la latitud de [blank] grados y [blank] minutos y en la longitud de [blank] grados y [blank] minutos segun el meridiano de Thenerife : este puerto fue bombeado pr. la Armada Naval de Francia, el año de 1688 /

Barbary States, 1803, Statement on Naval Force

Thomas Jefferson to Senate, November 9, 1804, List of Naval Commissions

Thomas Jefferson to Senate, January 6, 1807, Naval Officer Nominations

Anonymous to Thomas Jefferson, June 1, 1808, Naval Equipment

James Madison to United States Naval Lyceum, February 20, 1834.

Naval heroes of the United States / Kelloggs & Thayer, 144 Fulton Street, New York.

Croquis de la Ysla de Balanguingui y sus adyacentes en el Archipielago de Jolo : destruidos sus fuertes y poblaciones por las armas del Egército [sic] y Armada Naval de Filipinas, las primeras al inmediato mando del Exmo. Sor. D. Narciso Claveria, capitan general de aquellos dominios y las segundas al del brigadier de la armada y comandante general de aquel apostadero, D. José Ruiz de Apodaca en donde se manifiesta la situación de la División Naval, el día 19 de febrero de 1848 que se rindio el fuerte de Sipac, habiendolo hecho el 16 de Balanguingui /

Monument to the memory of the "Herveor of Tripoli." The birth of the American Navy, now at Naval Academy school, Annapolis, Md.

[Md. - Annapolis - U.S. Naval Academy, 1853: view of the Battery from river]

[Md. - Annapolis - U.S. Naval Academy, 1853: "Middies learning the ropes...on board the CONSTITUTION]

[Md. - Annapolis - U.S. Naval Academy, 1853: (2 scenes - "general view" and "interior of the Battery - battery practice and fencing")]

Old Naval Observatory (1st photo c. 1855)

Naval Academy, Annapolis. Supts. Residence

Naval action between the U.S. Sloop SARATOGA and two Mexican steamers

View of Annapolis, MD (Naval Academy)

Gustavus V. Fox to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, November 05, 1861 (Naval affairs)

Naval Station, Mound City, Illinois

Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md.

Naval monument at Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md.

Benjamin F. Butler to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, May 20, 1861 (Naval Brigade)

U.S. frigates Constitution and Santee at Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland

U.S. Naval Observatory, Washington, D.C.

Gideon Welles to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, April 02, 1861 (Naval commission)

Naval monument at Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md.

Naval Station, Mound City, Illinois

[Md. - Annapolis - U.S. Naval Academy: 3 scenes - "Gen...view of Annapolis, with the CONSTITUTION in the foreground"; "The practice battery" (from land) "target practice from the battery"]

Gustavus V. Fox, Thursday, April 17, 1862 (List of vacancies at the Naval Academy)

Yorktown, Virginia. Naval battery with Nelson house in background used as a hospital

Yorktown, Virginia. Naval battery with Nelson church in background used as a hospital

[Morris Island, South Carolina. Naval Battery. Two 80-pounder Whitworths. Breaching battery against Fort Sumpter]

[Morris Island, South Carolina. Naval Battery. Two 8-inch Parrot Rifles. Breaching Battery against Fort Sumter]

Eastman, Prof. Naval Observatory

[Md. - Annapolis - U.S. Naval Academy: 2 scenes - "Midshipmen's Ball...June 4th" "...presentation of diplomas to the graduating class, by President Grant, June 4th"]

The Naval Academy Ball at Annapolis, Maryland, January 8, 1869

International Exhibition, Phila., Pa.: Govt. Bldg. interior - from Naval Dept. exhibit

[The imperial factories at the Suda Naval Arsenal]

[The property of the Naval Academy]

[The soldiers' barracks of the Naval Academy]

[The ladder wagons of the Naval Fire Brigade]

[The officers' quarters in the (Imperial) Naval Academy and the Hospital]

[The signal tower at the Suda Naval Arsenal]

[The navy barracks at the Suda Naval Arsenal]

[The gun and engine stores at the Imperial Naval Arsenal] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[The steel foundry at the Imperial Naval Arsenal] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[The Mahzenlerönü Quay at the Imperial Naval Arsenal] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[The electric generator factory at the Imperial Naval Arsenal] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[The boiler shop at the Imperial Naval Arsenal] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[The view of the cruiser Lutf-i Hümayun on slipway which was recently built on Taşkızak in the Imperial Naval Arsenal] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[The commanders and officers of the Naval Battalion] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[The imperial ironclad frigate called by the imperial name Hamidiye, built in the Imperial Naval Arsenal] / Abdullah Frères, Phot., Constantinople.

[The Central Naval Hospital] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[General view of the Imperial Naval Arsenal] / Abdullah Frères, Phot., Constantinople.

[The students of the Naval High School]

[The wagons of the Naval Fire Brigade]

[The wagons of the Naval Fire Brigade]

[The maneuvers of the Naval Fire Brigade]

[View of the Naval Arsenal and the Golden Horn] / Abdullah Frères.

[The officers' homes of the Naval Academy]

[The Naval Fire Brigade]

[The torpedo depot at Suda Naval Arsenal]

[The students of the Navy class in the Imperial Naval Academy exercising with rifles] / Abdullah Frères, Phot., Constantinople.

[The Naval Batallion and its band] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[The Valide Shipyard at the Imperial Naval Arsenal] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[The antique cannons exhibited at the Imperial Naval Arsenal] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[The new fitting shop at the Imperial Naval Arsenal] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[The rigging shop at the Imperial Naval Arsenal] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[The ammunition depot at the Imperial Naval Arsenal] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[The Naval Fire Brigade] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[The view of the cruiser Lutf-i Hümayun on slipway which was recently built on Taşkızak in the Imperial Naval Arsenal] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[The Navy Department at the Suda Naval Arsenal]

[A major of the Naval General Staff]

[The Valide Shipyard and the factories in its vicinity, at the Imperial Naval Arsenal] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[The mill and furnace at the Imperial Naval Arsenal] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[The torpedo factory at the Imperial Naval Arsenal] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[The Naval Fire Brigade] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[The navy classes of the Imperial Naval Academy] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[The Commander of the Imperial Naval Academy, Tayyar Paşa and the students of the Merchant Marine Academy] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[The Naval Fire Brigade] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[General view of the Imperial Naval Academy] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[The gate sentry at the Suda Naval Arsenal]

[The divers at the Imperial Naval Arsenal]

[U.S. Naval Observatory, Washington, D.C.]

[View of the Naval arsenal and the Golden Horn] / Abdullah Frères.

[The students of the Naval High School]

[Partial view of the Imperial Naval Arsenal from the Golden Horn] / Abdullah Frères, Phot., Constantinople.

[The ships Maltepe and Kadıkoy built in the Imperial Naval Arsenal] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[The foundry at the Imperial Naval Arsenal] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[The teachers and officers of the Imperial Naval Academy] / Abdullah Frères, Phot., Constantinople.

[Interior view of the Valide Shipyard at the Imperial Naval Arsenal] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[The interior gate of the Imperial Naval Academy] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[The museum of the Imperial Naval Academy] / Abdullah Frères, Phot., Constantinople.

[The students of the Navy class in the Imperial Naval Academy exercising with swords] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[The Chairman of Naval Production and the construction engineers] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[The students of the Imperial Naval Academy doing gymnastic exercises] / Abdullah Frères, Phot., Constantinople.

[Exterior view of the steel factory at the Imperial Naval Arsenal] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

[Exterior view of the Imperial Naval Arsenal] / Abdullah Frères, Constantinople.

Naval monument, Washington, D.C.

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