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[Diagrammatic map of real property condemned in favor of the Potomac Company in Washington D.C. for the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal].

Draw bridge over Potomac at George Town, D.C. / J.R.S.

[Manuscript sketch of the Potomac River and Eastern Branch bounding the city of Washington].

Residence and tomb of Washington, Mount Vernon, on the Potomac / W.H. Brooke, F.S.A. ; A.L. Dick.

Map of the routes examined and surveyed for the Winchester and Potomac Rail Road, State of Virginia, under the direction of Capt. J. D. Graham, U.S. Top. Eng., 1831 and 1832; surveyed by Lts. A. D. Mackay and E. French, 1st Arty., assistants in 1831, and Lts. E. French and J. F. Izard, assistants in 1832; drawn from the original plot by Lt. Humphreys, 2d Artillery.

Battle of the Potomac. with the Malays. Written by one of the crew [1832].

Potomac Aqueduct, hydrographic survey of the Potomac River near Georgetown : shewing the position of the Aqueduct, its connection with the Ch. & Ohio Canal on the north bank, and with the Alexandria Canal on the south bank of the river /

Treasury department, April 11th, 1833. The President of the United States having decided on the plan of the bridge authorized to be built across the Potomac river, at the City of Washington, proposals, sealed and endorsed, will be received by th

Map of part of the Potomac River, from the head of tide water to Alexandria : with its lateral canals, soundings, and topography /

Chart of the Potomac River and Eastern Branch from the Sister Islands to Geesboro Point and thence to the Navy Yard Bridge : with the topography of the adjacent country : made in pursuance of a resolution of the Corporation of the City of Washington, approved 26th May 1837 /

Chart of the head of navigation of the Potomac River shewing the route of the Alexandria Canal : made in pursuance of a resolution of the Alex'a Canal Company Oct. 1838 /

Harpers Ferry. (From the Potomac side).

Chart of the head of navigation of the Potomac River shewing the route of the Alexandria Canal : made in pursuance of a resolution of the Alex'a Canal Company Oct. 1838 /

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 showing the connection of the coal-field of Allegany with the canal and rail-road improvements of the Potomac.

Head of navigation of the Potomac River /

Plan placing the current channel of the Potomac permanently along the wharves of Washington D.C. /

The Potomac morning June 26

Washington from the Potomac

White seaman and cold. [e.g. colored] man on board steamboat on Potomac, Washington to Aquia Creek Virginia

On the Potomac

Potomac looking towards Washington June 26

Potomac River from Aquia Creek Virginia

River boat on the Potomac

On the Potomac

Alexandria on the Potomac, Washington in the distance

[Clergyman on board steamboat on the Potomac

Timber raft on the Potomac River US

Junction of Potomac and Anacostia rivers /

Map of property purchased from the United States by Wm. T. Dove, Esq., south half of square no. 3 in the city of Washington : colored red, also the origl. boundary of the Potomac River /

Important to travelers going South from Washington. Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac. ... Railroad & steamboat line via Alexandria Aquia Creek and Fredericksburg to Richmond ... Richmond, January 1st, 1856.

Chart of the head of navigation of the Potomac River : surveyed by order of the Sec. of War for the Corporation of Georgetown D.C. with a view to the improvement of the Georgetown Channel /

[Map of the northern part of Virginia and West Virginia, between the Blue Ridge and the Alleghany Front, south of the Potomac River and north of New Market].

[Map of parts of Caroline, Hanover, and Henrico counties, Va., west of the Mattaponi River and the Richmond, Fredericksburg, and Potomac Railroad].

[Detailed map of part of Virginia from Alexandria to the Potomac River above Washington, D.C. 186-].

Army of Potomac: J.C. Parke, C.G. Meade, W.S. Hancock, G.K. Warren, U.S. Grant, A.A. Humphrey, and H.C. Wright

Army of Potomac: J.C. Parke, C.G. Meade, W.S. Hancock, G.K. Warren, U.S. Grant, A.A. Humphrey, and H.C. Wright

Bridge over Potomac Virginia side

White House, Potomac

Army of Potomac: J.C. Parke, C.G. Meade, W.S. Hancock, G.K. Warren, U.S. Grant, A.A. Humphrey, and H.C. Wright

Army of Potomac: J.C. Parke, C.G. Meade, W.S. Hancock, G.K. Warren, U.S. Grant, A.A. Humphrey, and H.C. Wright

Andrew Porter to Army of Potomac Headquarters, Monday, September 16, 1861 (Authority of provost marshal in Washington)

Army map of the seat of war in Virginia, showing the battle fields, fortification, etc. on & near the Potomac River

District of Columbia and the seat of war on the Potomac.

[Map of the Potomac River].

Entrance to Washington Water Works, Great Falls, Potomac River

[Civil War envelope from the headquarters of the Army of the Potomac, Office of Chief Quartermaster]

Boteler's Ford, Potomac River near Shepherdstown. Point at which Confederate Army crossed after battle of Antietam

City Point, Va., unloading stores for Army of Potomac

Potomac Creek Bridge - Acquia (i.e. Aquia) Creek and Fredericksburg R.R.

[Map of the lower Potomac River showing picket lines, January 1862]

[Two sketches: fort opposite Alexandria, 1861; opposite Ft. Scott on Potomac]

The Bivouac fire at the outposts of our army on the Potomac

A reconnaissance of the Potomac River from Point Lookout to Washington City

Officers of U.S. Horse Artillery, Army of the Potomac, Culpeper, Va. Sep. 1863

The war in America: the chain bridge across the Potomac above Georgetown, looking towards the Virginian shore

Potomac River, looking down from Georgetown, showing Mason's Island, Long Bridge, &c

The Civil War in America--retreat of the Federalists after the fight at Ball's Bluff, upper Potomac, Virginia / from a sketch by our special artist.

Headquarters Potomac Department. Culpeper C. H., May 5, 1861 ... Therefre I call upon the brave men within the geographical limits above indicated, to respond instantly to this demand upon their patriotism, in defence of all that is held sacred

Falls of the Potomac from Maryland Shore

Potomac River, Sept. 31st, 1861

The Civil War in America: the fight at Ball's Bluff, upper Potomac - desperate effort made by the 15th Massachusetts Regiment to clear the woods by a bayonet charge

Virginia. Winter quarters of Capt. Bissel, Army of the Potomac

New bridge over Potomac River on the Washington, Alexandria and Georgetown Railroad. Total length 5,104 feet

Battery Rodgers, Potomac River, near Alexandria

Parade march of the great Potomac Army, respectfully dedicated to Major Genl. McClellan by Gen. L. Blenker. Composed by Chas. Fradel / lith. of Sherman & Hart.

Ruins of bridge, across Potomac River at Shepherdstown

Seat of war, Manassas and vicinity to the Potomac /

Blockade of the Potomac - by Rebels, winter of 1861

War views -- Army of the Potomac -- the way they cook dinner in camp

Destruction of the railroad bridge over the Potomac, at Harper's Ferry, by the Rebels, June 15, 1861

[Brigadier General William G. Mank, Union officer in the 32nd Indiana Regiment, full-length portrait, standing, facing front] / Alex Gardner, Photographer for the Army of the Potomac.

[Civil War envelope showing Army of the Potomac, 6th Corps, 3rd Division, badge with blue cross]

New bridge over Potomac River on the Washington, Alexandria and Georgetown Railroad. Total length 5,104 feet

New bridge over Potomac River on the Washington, Alexandria and Georgetown Railroad. Total length 5,104 feet

Battery Rodgers, Potomac River, near Alexandria

Looking up the Potomac River, from Fort Sumner

Potomac Creek bridge - Acquia (i.e. Aquia) Creek Railroad built by U. S. M. R.R. construction corps in nine days from standing timber

View down the Potomac from Union Arch

Headquarters Army of Potomac - Brandy Station, April 1864--Camp of Telegraph Corps

The Bivouac Fire at the Outposts of our Army of the Potomac

John A. Dahlgren to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, April 25, 1861 (Report on situation along Potomac River)

General M'Clellan endorses Governor Curtin. Headquarters Army of the Potomac, Sharpsburg, Sept. 27, 1862.

[Civil War envelope showing Army of the Potomac, 6th Corps, 3rd Division, badge with white cross]

Bacon's new army map of the seat of war in Virginia, showing the battle fields, fortifications, etc., on & near the Potomac River

Map of the Potomac River, Va. : from Alexandria to below the Occoquan.

Antietam, Maryland. 93rd New York Infantry, headquarters Army of the Potomac

Encampment of Army of Potomac at Cumberland Landing on Pamunky (i. e. Pamunkey) River, Va., May 1862

Panoramic views of encampment of Army of Potomac at Cumberland Landing on Pamunkey River, Va., May 1862

Group at Headquarters Army of Potomac, Warrenton, Va., November 1862

Panoramic view of encampment of Army of Potomac at Cumberland Landing on Pamunkey River, May 1862

The Army of the Potomac passing the Hygeia Hotel at Old Point Comfort, Va.

Scenes in and about the Army of the Potomac

[Raft of blanket boats ferrying field artillery and soldiers across the Potomac River]

[Military construction in northern Virginia: men sitting in blanket boats strapped together on the Potomac River]

[Military construction in northern Virginia: men sitting in blanket boats on the Potomac River]

[Military construction in northern Virginia: raft of blanket boats ferrying men and timber across the Potomac River]

Panoramic view of encampment of Army of Potomac at Cumberland Landing, on Pamunkey River, May 1862

Army map of the seat of war in Virginia : showing the battle fields, fortifications etc. on & near the Potomac River /

[Military construction in northern Virginia: men standing on Potomac River bank with blanket boat frames not yet assembled]