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Sketch of the White Plains,

A plan of the operations of the King's army under the command of General Sir William Howe, K.B. in New York and east New Jersey, against the American forces commanded by General Washington from the 12th of October to the 28th of November 1776, wherein is particularly distinguished the engagement on the White Plains the 28th of October.

A plan of the operations of the King's army under the command of General Sr. William Howe, K.B. in New York and east New Jersey against the American forces commanded by General Washington from the 12th. of October, to the 28th. of November 1776, wherein is particularly distinguished the engagement on the White Plains, the 28th. of October.

Skecth [sic] of the road from Kings Bridge to White Plains.

["The engagement on the White Plains the 28th of October 1776, between the American & British forces"]

[Survey map of land tracts in Washington D.C. named Pleasant Plains, Plain Dealing and Mount Pleasant] /

[Cadastral survey map of Pleasant Plains, Washington D.C.] /

[Map of Nisqually Plains].

[Map of the upper Great Plains and Rocky Mountains region] /

[Kamara Heights in the distance, artillery waggons in the foreground]

Sebastopol from the front of Cathcart's Hill

Sebastopol from the front of Cathcart's Hill

Sebastopol with the Redan, Malakoff & Mamelon

Officers on the look-out at Cathcart's Hill

Ho! For the Kansas Plains

Ho! For the Kansas plains

Shimōsa koganehara

An Army train [covered wagons and artillery] crossing the plains [to Utah]

The Bivouac [on the Plains, Utah Territory]

From San Francisco Bay to the Plains of Los Angeles : from explorations and surveys /

True copy of plat as recorded in Gov. Shepherd, page 141 : [part of Pleasant Plains, Washington D.C.] /

Indian encampment, Tobacco Plains, Kootenay [i.e., Kootenai] River - fish trap in the foreground, 1861

Life on the plains preparing supper / / from sketches by Mr. James F. Gookins.

Scalped on the plains incidents in Mormon history.

Todd & Brown's subdivision of part of "Pleasant Plains & Mt. Pleasant," suburbs of Washington D.C. /

Blue Plains and part of Belleview surveyed and subdivided : [Washington D.C.] /

Dial Rock, Red Buttes, Laramie Plains

Pilgrims on the plains / sketched by Theo. R. Davis.

Across the continent - hotel life on the plains - on the line of the Pacific Railroad - 6. Toilet

Across the continent - hotel life on the plains - on the line of the Pacific Railroad - 1. Exterior of hotel

Across the continent - hotel life on the plains - on the line of the Pacific Railroad - 5. Chambermaid

The Whiskey peddler on the Plains [Horse-drawn covered wagon]

Map of survey of part of Pleasant Plains knows as "Bellevue" : recorded, book "County 6," p. 126, Surveyor's Office, D.C.

Across the continent - hotel life on the plains - on the line of the Pacific Railroad - 2. Proprietor

Across the continent - hotel life on the plains - on the line of the Pacific Railroad - 3. Registering

Plan of proposed subdivision of part of Mount Pleasant and Pleasant Plains in the District of Columbia : for Mrs. E.J. Stone /

Pilgrims of the plains / A.R. Waud ; A. Bobbett sc. N.Y.

Whiskey on the Plains

The Grand Duke Alexis on the plains - the buffalo hunt as it really was [caricature]

Grand Canyon of the Arkansas. Looking east toward the plains

Railroad building on the great plains / drawn by A.R. Waud ; A.R. Waud.

"A Scrub-race on the plains" / Lagarde sc. ; engraved for "Harper's weekly" from the picture by J.D. Smillie in the water-color exhibition.

At the Capitol - Peace Pow-wows and presents ; On the Plains - War Whoops and scalps

Winter life on the plains

O'er Bethlehem's shepherd plains

Toilers of the plains / drawn by F.H. [i.e., H.F.] Farny.

The Modern Ship of the Plains Interior of R. R. Car

Cattle in a blizzard on the plains / drawn by Charles Graham from a sketch H. Worrall.

White Plains, N.Y. 1887.

Todd & Brown's subdivision of part of Pleasant Plains and Mt. Pleasant, Washington County, D.C.

Supreme Court, Part I. White Plains, New York

Martello tower, Plains of Abraham, Quebec

[Scene on the plains, before 1924, Egypt. Flock of sheep in foregrd.; village and pyramids in backgrd.]

Borden County /

Plains, Luzerne County, Pa.

Plains of Sodom & Gomorrah

The Indian of the plains as he was / C.M. Russell.

Along the sea coast. Plain of Esdraelon and the Carmel Range

Pride of the Plains

Reading of the Declaration of independence White Plains, July 11, 1776 (From a painting by George Albert Harker - Courtesy Westchester Title and Trust Co.) New York's declaration of independence ... Compliments of The Westchester County Historic

Along the sea coast. Plain of Esdraelon and the Carmel Range

Mule team of 12th Infantry on hike to Pine Plains

Wolfe's Monument, Plains of Abraham, Quebec

[Native American woman from Plains region, half-length portrait, facing right, with baby on her back] / Beach, N.Y.

Wolfe Monument, Plains of Abraham, Quebec

Primitive method of harvesting grain on the plains of Argos, Greece

A Crow indian

JA Ranch, White Deer Division, Stake Plains

Stock rasing on the plains of Wyoming - branding the wild horses

Pasushchīĭsi︠a︡ v stepi verbli︠u︡d. Golodnai︠a︡ stepʹ

[Chapel from across the plains, United States Military Academy, West Point, N.Y.]

Pasushchīĭsi︠a︡ v stepi verbli︠u︡d. Golodnai︠a︡ stepʹ

[The plains of the Dakota--Sioux]

[Railroad tracks through desert plains]

Sartskoe kladbishche bliz Syr-Darʹi. Golodnai︠a︡ stepʹ

[Adobe buildings in desert plains]

Herding on the Plains / F.M. Steele, Special Photographer, C.R.I. & P. Railway System.

[Railroad tracks through desert plains]

[Adobe buildings in desert plains]

Obshchīĭ vid stepi ot kazennago domika. Golodnai︠a︡ stepʹ

New Jersey State Hospital at Morris Plains, front of main building / F. Heiman, Morris Plains N.J.

A comedy drama of western life, The lost trail by Anthony E. Wills.

The scout--Atsina

The land of the Atsina

Mrs. Wm. Thaw, veiled, with gentleman, White Plains, N.Y.

Mrs. Wm. Thaw, veiled, on street, White Plains, N.Y.

Evelyn Thaw dodging a camera, White Plains

Campbell Bros. Circus at Plains, Mont.

Pres. Theodore Roosevelt in Africa: Lion hunt on Athi Plains

Action Mexican War

Action Mexican War.

["Westlawn," Edward Tiffany Dyer house, Great Plains Road, Southampton, New York. Rose arbor and statue]

["Millefiori," Albert Barnes Boardman house, Great Plains Road and Coopers Neck Lane, Southampton, New York. Garden gate]

["Westlawn," Edward Tiffany Dyer house, Great Plains Road, Southampton, New York. Fountain]

["Westlawn," Edward Tiffany Dyer house, Great Plains Road, Southampton, New York. Rose arbor]

["Millefiori," Albert Barnes Boardman house, Great Plains Road and Coopers Neck Lane, Southampton, New York. Steps to flower garden]

["Westlawn," Edward Tiffany Dyer house, Great Plains Road, Southampton, New York. View to sculpture]

["Westlawn," Edward Tiffany Dyer house, Great Plains Road, Southampton, New York. Rose arbor]

["Westlawn," Edward Tiffany Dyer house, Great Plains Road, Southampton, New York. "Sketch Plan House Garden of Mrs. Tiffany Dyer, Southampton, Long Island"]

["Westlawn," Edward Tiffany Dyer house, Great Plains Road, Southampton, New York. Garden fence]

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