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John May. Plat, Survey on Ohio River.

[Plat of a survey of 2,314 acres of land, being the first large bottom on the east side of the Ohio River, 3 or 4 miles below the mouth, a portion of which is divided into 17 lots]

[Map of the Ohio River from Fort Pitt.

United States Census, 1790, for Territories West of Ohio River

U.S. Reports: Balfour's Lessee v. Meade, 4 U.S. (4 Dall.) 363 (1803)

U.S. Reports: Huidekoper's Lessee v. Douglass, 4 U.S. (4 Dall.) 392 (1805)

Lottery ticket

The town of Providence, Indiana. This town is situated on the bank of the Ohio River - directly opposite the towns of Portland and Shippingport, Kent'y, about half a mile above the town of New-Albany - and about the same distance below the Town

Account of an expedition from Pittsburgh to the Rocky Mountains

Map shewing [sic] the several routes, examined with a view to the extension of the route of the Baltimore & Ohio Rail-Road through north western Virginia from the Potomac to the Ohio river; as well as the different railways and canals completed and projected within that state,--and also the various lines of improvement existing and proposed between Cincinnati on the Ohio and Richmond, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston on the Atlantic coast.

Map of the county west of Cumberland towards the Ohio river, showing the various lines surveyed or reconnoitred [sic] for the extension of the Baltimore & Ohio Rail Road to its western terminus referred to in the report of the chief engineer of September 20th, 1843.

U.S. Reports: Pennsylvania v. Wheeling and Belmont Bridge Co. et al., 50 U.S. (9 How.) 647 (1850)

U.S. Reports: Williamson et al. v. Barrett et al., 54 U.S. (13 How.) 101 (1852)

Map of the proposed line of Rail Road connection between tide water Virginia and the Ohio River at Guyandotte, Parkersburg and Wheeling /

Map of the Virginia Central Rail Road showing the connection between tide water Virginia, and the Ohio River at Big Sandy, Guyandotte and Point Pleasant; made by W. Vaisz Top. Eng.

Ohio River at its juncture with the Aleghainy [i.e. Alleghany] and Mononghelu [i.e. Monongahela] at Pittsburg [i.e. Pittsburgh] Penssylvania [i.e. Pennsylvania]

Ohio and Monongahila [i.e. Monongahela] Rivers from the suspension bridge Pittsburg [i.e. Pittsburgh] Pa

A section of Colton's large map of Indiana with the Fort Wayne and Southern Rail Road marked upon it, as located also a map of the United States showing Road and its connections together with a profile of the Ohio river and lands adjoining and a section of the double track rail road tunnel under the Ohio river at Louisville, Kentucky & Jeffersonville, Indiana for the year 1855 ending Oct. 1, W. J. Holman, President and Chief Engr.

The Republican Standard.

Springfield block, passenger depot, sheds and yard for Army horses, I.C.R.R., levee of Ohio River, Kentucky

Chart of the Mississippi River from the Ohio River to Gulf of Mexico

The Olive branch. Peace and union. How shall we obtain them?

Ohio River between Mound City and Cairo /

Ohio River between Mound City and Cairo.

Ohio River between Mound City and Cairo /

City of Louisville / A.C. Warren ; E.P. Brandard.

Maps showing the connections of the Northern and Southern West Virginia Railroad, with the three grand trunk railways which unite the Atlantic seaboard with the Ohio River.

Plan for utilizing the water power of the Ohio River at Louisville, Ky

U.S. Reports: Schoonmaker v. Gilmore, 102 U.S. 118 (1880)

Ohio River. Dredging at Warsaw Bar, Oct. 1884

U.S. Army Engineer dredges at work on Ohio River; Three Brother's Islands. View downstream from Mt. Dudley showing dredges OHIO & OSWEGO at work. Aug. 25, 1887

San Francisco--unvailing [i.e., unveiling] of the Francis Scott Key Monument in the Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, July 4th / / photo. by Taber. The centennial of the settlement of the Northwest Territory--early methods of navigation on the Ohio River, from an old print

Ohio River - Davis Island dam, plate no. 1

Ohio River - Davis Island dam, plate no. 2, plan

Ohio River - Davis Island dam, plate no. 12, weir 1, plan

Ohio River - Davis Island dam, plate no. 18, drift gap with bear trap gates

Riverside Drive, Shawnee Park, Louisville, Ky

Up the Ohio from Mt. Adams, Cincinnati, Ohio

Mt. Adams from Covington, Ky

Mt. Adams from Covington, Ky.

Riverside Drive, Shawnee Park, Louisville, Ky.

Sunset across the Ohio, Cincinnati, O[hio]

Night fall on the Ohio, Cincinnati, Ohio

Along the levee, Cincinnati, Ohio

Steamer Princess, Ohio River str., Cincinnati, Ohio

Night fall on the Ohio, Cincinnati, Ohio

[Along the levee, Cincinnati, Ohio]

Along the levee, Cincinnati, O[hio]

Along the levee, Cincinnati, Ohio

Along the levee, Cincinnati, Ohio

Along the levee, Cincinnati, Ohio

[Sunset on the Ohio, Cincinnati, Ohio]

Sunset on the Ohio, Cincinnati, Ohio

The Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

Fourteenth Street Bridge, Louisville, Ky

Up the Ohio River from Fort Thomas, Cincinnati, Ohio

Fourteenth Street Bridge, Louisville, Ky.

Up the Ohio River from Fort Thomas, Cincinnati, Ohio

The Island Queen, Cincinnati, Ohio

A View from Suspension Bridge, Cincinnati, Ohio

Panorama view of Marietta - West Marietta and Williamstown, W. Va. (in distance)

[Stern-wheel riverboat passing under Illinois Central Railroad bridge over Ohio River, Cairo, Illinois, with logs lashed together at river's edge]

[View from Mount Adams, showing Ohio River, L. & N. Ry. bridge & S.R.R. bridge, Cincinnati, Ohio]

[Mount Adams and L. & N. R.R. bridge, Cincinnati, Ohio]

[Mount Adams from Ohio River, Cincinnati, Ohio]

Mount Adams and L. & N. R.R. bridge, Cincinnati, Ohio

[Kentucky & Indiana Bridge, Ohio River, Louisville]

U.S. Reports: United States v. Balt. & Ohio R.R. Co., 229 U.S. 244 (1913)

U.S. Reports: United States v. Louis. & Nash. R.R., 235 U.S. 314 (1914)

Shipping and Levee on the Ohio River at Junction of the Mississippi, Cairo, Ill

The Beginning of the Ohio River at Pittsburgh, Pa

The beginning of the Ohio River at Pittsburgh, Pa.

U.S. Reports: Kentucky v. Indiana, 281 U.S. 163 (1930)

Tent squatter, common scenes along the Ohio River, Hamilton County, Ohio

Ohio photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

House and privy, Ohio River, Hamilton County, Ohio

Typical frame house on hilly shore of Ohio River, Hamilton, Ohio

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Typical frame house on hilly shore of Ohio River, Hamilton, Ohio

Farmers of Great Depression. Dust bowl refugees, Resettlement program.

Ohio photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Ohio photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Tent squatter, common scenes along the Ohio River, Hamilton County, Ohio

House and privy, Ohio River, Hamilton County, Ohio

Part of the Ohio River in the streets of Ashland, Kentucky

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Part of the Ohio River in the streets of Ashland, Kentucky

Ohio River in flood, Louisville, Kentucky

Untitled photo, possibly related to: Ohio River in flood, Louisville, Kentucky

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Ohio River in flood, Louisville, Kentucky

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Untitled photo, possibly related to: Ohio River in flood, Louisville, Kentucky

Steel plant on the Ohio River. Aliquippa, Pennsylvania

Steel plant on the Ohio River. Aliquippa, Pennsylvania

Steel plant on the Ohio River. Aliquippa, Pennsylvania

Steel plant on the Ohio River. Aliquippa, Pennsylvania

Steel plant on the Ohio River. Aliquippa, Pennsylvania

PRESIDENT MAY ATTEND NORTHWEST TERRITORY CELEBRATION AT MARIETTA, OHIO. WASHINGTON, D.C. MARCH 21. AFTER RECEIVING A WOODEN PLAQUE MADE FROM THE OAK THEY ARE USING TO BUILD FLAT-BOTTOMED BOATS SIMILAR TO THOSE IN WHICH THE PIONEERS FLOATED DOWN THE OHIO RIVER, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TODAY INDICATED HE WOULD ATTEND THE 150TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF CREATION OF THE NORTHWEST TERRITORY AT MARIETTA, OHIO, SOMETIME NEXT JULY. DAVID PETERSON, CHICAGO IL, AND MONTE PARR, MINGO JUNCTION, OHIO, MEMBERS OF AN EXPEDITION REENACTING MARCH OF THE PIONEERS WHO BLAZED THE TRAILS INTO THE NORTHWEST TERRITORY, ARE SHOWN MAKING THE PRESENTATION

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph