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[Arms] By the Honourable Patrick Gordon, Esq; Lieutenant Governour of the Province of Pennsilvania, and Counties of New-Castle, Kent, and Sussex upon Delaware, A proclamation [to quell and reduce by force all tumults, riots, and disorders] Given

Incendie de New-York / dessiné par le Barbier peintre du Roi ; gravé par L. Halbou sculp.

The doctor indulged with his favorite scene

[The plundering of the King's cellar, Paris, 10th August, 1793 (i.e., 1792)] / J. Zoffany Esqr. pinx. ; R. Earlom sculpt.

Pillage de la Maison de St. Lazare, le lundi 13 Juillet 1789 / Prieur inv. & del. ; Berthault sculp.

Pillage de la Maison de St. Lazare, le lundi 13 Juillet 1789 / [Prieur inv. & del. ; Berthault sculp.]

Death of George Shifler. Born Jan 24 1825 murdered May 6, 1844 in Kensington J.L. Magee lith

View from the "Dead Rabbit" barricade in Bayard Street, taken at the height of the battle by our own artist, who, as spectator, was present at the fight

[Four scenes from the riot in the Sixth Ward, New York City between the "Bowery Boys" and the "Dead Rabbits" showing: women and men throwing brickbats down on the police, a "Dead Rabbit," a "Bowery Boy," and a "Dead Rabbit," falling at the feet of policeman Shangles]

Scene of the Washington riot. The Marines firing upon the mob, having seized the cannon used by the rioters General Henderson urging the rioters not to fire ; Dora and Clayton escaping from the wreck of the burning steamer

Shoemakers' strike at Lynn - The rioters attacking Floyd's Danvers and Salem Express Wagon, in Willow St., while taking in goods from the shoe manufactory of George W. Massey

United States Volunteers attacked by the mob, corner of Fifth and Walnut Streets, St. Louis, Missouri / sketched by M. Hastings, Esq.

Southern women feeling the effects of the rebellion, and creating bread riots

The riots at New York - The rioters burning and sacking the colored orphan asylum

Riots at New York. Sacking Brooks's Clothing Store

The Riots at New York--the rioters burning and sacking the colored orphan asylum

The riots at New York

Cartoon. No. 1, Gulltown in an uproar

The riot in New Orleans

The Riot in New Orleans - the Freedmen's procession marching to the institute - the struggle for the flag The riot in New Orleans - siege and assault of the convention by the police and citizens / / sketched by Theodore R. Davis.

Scenes in Memphis, Tennessee, during the riot

The riot on St. Patrick's Day - the attack on the police at the corner of Grand and Pitt Streets, New York City

[The massacre at New Orleans]

Two members of the Ku-Klux Klan in their disguises The riots at the election in Blackburn, England.

New York City - The Orange Riot of July 12th - view on Eighth Avenue looking from Twenty-Fifth Street [...]ard the Grand Opera House - dispersal of the mob by the Ninth, Eighty-Fourth and other regiments

The red flag in New York - riotous Communist workingmen driven from Tompkins Square by the mounted police, Tuesday, January 13th / Matt Morgen(?).

Damaged Track, Railroad Riots - Pennsylvania Railroad

The Devastation of Railroad Equipment, Cars, and Locomotives during Railroad Riots

The great strike--Blockade of engines at Martinsburg, West Virginia / from photograph by D. Bendann. The great strike--Burning of the Lebanon Valley Railroad bridge by the rioters / drawn by Fred. B. Schell.

U.S. Reports: Grame v. Mutual Assurance Company of Virginia, 112 U.S. 273 (1884)

Massachusetts - incidents of the street-car troubles in South Boston and Cambridge / from sketches by a staff artist.

The Homestead riot / drawn by W.P. Snyder after a photograph by Dabbs, Pittsburg.

This will be an internal explosion / Keppler.

Springfield (Ills) riots - Soldiers at mess and arsenal

The Chicago platform applied in St. Louis / J.S. Pughe.

Springfield (Ills.) riots - militia camp in State House grounds

The modern Samson / Keppler.

Happy Hooligan the all fun show : all new.

[Anarchist riot, police on horseback driving people, Broadway and 14th streets, New York]

Work of mob at St Quentin in food price riots

Arrests in Food Price Riots, St. Quentin

We have shown you how good is the end of those who are faithful

WOMAN SUFFRAGE RIOTS

WOMAN SUFFRAGE RIOTS

WOMAN SUFFRAGE RIOTS

The Suffrage Picket Riots, Aug. 1917

WOMAN SUFFRAGE RIOTS

WOMAN SUFFRAGE RIOTS

WOMAN SUFFRAGE RIOTS

WOMAN SUFFRAGE RIOTS

Shop window showing bullet hole, riots of July 1917, Petrograd (St. Petersburg), Russia

WOMAN SUFFRAGE RIOTS

WOMAN SUFFRAGE RIOTS

WOMAN SUFFRAGE RIOTS

Berlin riots, Jan. 1919

Arab-Jew riots, 1920

Arab-Jew riots, 1920

Arab-Jew riots, 1920

Arab-Jew riots, 1920

Arab-Jew riots, 1920

Arab-Jew riots, 1920

Arab-Jew riots, 1920

Arab-Jew riots, 1920

Tulsa, Oklahoma, race riot, June 1, 1921 photo by Alvin C. Krupnick Co., Tulsa, Okla

Chocolate sundae. Here is the ice cream and in the "oil can" is the chocolate syrup. By the appearance of the man on the right business is poor Roumanian trains never fail to stop at every station no matter how fast the express is advertised to be. Throngs gather on the platforms, fruit sellers, lemonade vendors, gypsy palmists, town boys and girls and frock coated officials. It is like the days down home when the five o'clock came in ; Part of the University of Bucharest. Riots have frequently occurred here because of the large enrollment of Jewish students.

Direct primary in Mexico

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. British troops at Jaffa Gate on guard during outbreak with steel helmets and fixed bayonets

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. Synagogue desecrated by Arab rioters. Sacred books torn and scattered on the floor

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. Troops and machine guns at Jaffa Gate on following Neby Mousa [i.e., Nebi Musa] celebration. Precaution against arrival of Hebron crowds

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. Synagogue desecrated by Arab rioters. Hebron. Furniture broken, floor littered with torn sacred books

Arab protest delegations, demonstrations and strikes against British policy in Palestine (subsequent to the foregoing disturbances [1929 riots]). Jaffa Gate at noonday without a soul in sight. Except the distant chain of guards

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. Synagogue desecrated by Arab rioters. Hebron. Large scroll in a jumbled heap on the floor

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. Inhabitants searched for arms at city gates. A Jew searched at Jaffa Gate

Arab protest delegations, demonstrations and strikes against British policy in Palestine (subsequent to the foregoing disturbances [1929 riots]). Arab meeting at the Rawdat el Maaref School on site of the Tower of Antonia

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. Jewish families fleeing from the Old City with bag and baggage at Jaffa Gate, Jerusalem

The 1929 riots. August 23 to 31. The Shaw Commission of Inquiry. Re. Causes and guilt of the riots

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. Desecrated graves in the Awkashi shrine. Demolished by Jews [Jerusalem] Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. Desecrated graves in the Awkashi shrine. Demolished by Jews [Jerusalem]

The 1929 riots. August 23 to 31. Second proclamation by Sir John Chancellor. Circulated after receiving above telegram.

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. British marines landing at Haifa from H.M.S. "Barham"

Arab protest delegations, demonstrations and strikes against British policy in Palestine (subsequent to the foregoing disturbances [1929 riots]). Jews' wailing place without mourners. Deserted during riots

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. British troops patrolling highway. Open lorry loaded with steel helmeted troops

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. Inhabitants searched for arms at city gates. Arabs searched at Jaffa Gate

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. H.M.S. "Barham" arrives at Haifa

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. Squad of British volunteer police on David Street in Old City

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. Moslem [i.e., Muslim] library looted and burned by Jews near Jewish quarter in Jerusalem

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. Desecrated graves in the Awkashi shrine. Demolished by Jews Jerusalem Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. Desecrated graves in the Awkashi shrine. Demolished by Jews Jerusalem

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. Display of military force in Jerusalem. Troops in full kit marching through the streets

Arab protest delegations, demonstrations and strikes against British policy in Palestine (subsequent to the foregoing disturbances [1929 riots]). An Arab "protest gathering" in session. In the Rawdat el Maaref hall

Arab protest delegations, demonstrations and strikes against British policy in Palestine (subsequent to the foregoing disturbances [1929 riots]). Balfour day, Nov. 2nd. Closed bazaars displaying black flags taken in the spice market

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. British troops stationed in the Damascus Gate with full kit including machine guns

Arab protest delegations, demonstrations and strikes against British policy in Palestine (subsequent to the foregoing disturbances [1929 riots]). Christian street deserted. Taken during a general Arab protest strike

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. Glimpse of Carmel from the "Barham." With two commanding officers on deck [Haifa]

Arab protest delegations, demonstrations and strikes against British policy in Palestine (subsequent to the foregoing disturbances [1929 riots]). His Eminence the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem. Haj Amin Effendi el-Husseini

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. British marines in Jaffa taken at entrance of hotel where they were billeted

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. Mosque desecrated through Jewish retaliation. The Awkashi mosque near a Jewish quarter of Jerusalem

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. Jewish graves of riot victims. Large common graves under olive trees, Hebron

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. British marines in the Haifa Station yard

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. Lines of Jews at the Jerusalem G.P.O. Standing in queues waiting to telegraph

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. Jewish home plundered by Arab rioters in Hebron. Blood-stained floor littered with books

Palestine events. The 1929 riots, August 23 to 31. Moslem [i.e., Muslim] home looted by Jews near Jewish quarter in Jerusalem

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