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Samuel Harrison to Thomas Jefferson, December 4, 1805

N. America.

A map of Lewis and Clark's track, across the western portion of North America from the Mississippi to the Pacific Ocean : by order of the executive of the United States in 1804, 5 & 6 /

The world on Mercator's projection,

The world on Mercator's projection,

Lewis and Clark, a legacy of science.

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1802-1803, May

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1798, Apr.-June

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1798, July-Nov

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1798, Jan.-Mar

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1799, Feb.-July

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1799, Aug.-Dec

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1800, May-Sept

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1800, Jan.-Apr

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1803, June-Sept

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Samuel Harrison, Tuesday, September 08, 1863 (Commission as chaplain in the 54th Massachusetts)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Samuel Harrison, Thursday, November 12, 1863 (Muster form)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: John A. Andrew to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 13, 1864 (Case of Samuel Harrison; endorsed by Lincoln on cover)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Edward Bates to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, April 23, 1864 (Case of Samuel Harrison)

Shall a nation be born at once? : a centennial sermon delivered in the chapel of the Methodist Episcopal Church, July 2, 1876

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1809-1816

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); Undated

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1796-1797, May

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1802-1803, May

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1798, Jan.-Mar

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1798, Apr.-June

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1798, July-Nov

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1799, Aug.-Dec

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1799, Feb.-July

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1800, Jan.-Apr

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1800, May-Sept

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1803, June-Sept

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Samuel Harrison, Tuesday, September 08, 1863 (Commission as chaplain in the 54th Massachusetts)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Samuel Harrison, Thursday, November 12, 1863 (Muster form)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Edward Bates to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, April 23, 1864 (Case of Samuel Harrison)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: John A. Andrew to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 13, 1864 (Case of Samuel Harrison; endorsed by Lincoln on cover)

Shall a nation be born at once? : a centennial sermon delivered in the chapel of the Methodist Episcopal Church, July 2, 1876

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); Undated

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1796-1797, May

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1809-1816

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1802-1803, May

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1798, Apr.-June

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1798, July-Nov

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1798, Jan.-Mar

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1799, Aug.-Dec

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1799, Feb.-July

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1800, May-Sept

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1800, Jan.-Apr

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1803, June-Sept

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Samuel Harrison, Thursday, November 12, 1863 (Muster form)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Edward Bates to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, April 23, 1864 (Case of Samuel Harrison)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: John A. Andrew to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 13, 1864 (Case of Samuel Harrison; endorsed by Lincoln on cover)

Shall a nation be born at once? : a centennial sermon delivered in the chapel of the Methodist Episcopal Church, July 2, 1876

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1796-1797, May

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1809-1816

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); Undated

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1802-1803, May

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1798, Jan.-Mar

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1798, July-Nov

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1798, Apr.-June

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1799, Feb.-July

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1799, Aug.-Dec

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1800, May-Sept

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1800, Jan.-Apr

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1803, June-Sept

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: John A. Andrew to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 13, 1864 (Case of Samuel Harrison; endorsed by Lincoln on cover)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Edward Bates to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, April 23, 1864 (Case of Samuel Harrison)

Shall a nation be born at once? : a centennial sermon delivered in the chapel of the Methodist Episcopal Church, July 2, 1876

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); Undated

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1796-1797, May

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1809-1816

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1802-1803, May

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1798, Apr.-June

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1798, Jan.-Mar

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1798, July-Nov

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1799, Aug.-Dec

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1799, Feb.-July

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1800, May-Sept

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1800, Jan.-Apr

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1803, June-Sept

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: John A. Andrew to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 13, 1864 (Case of Samuel Harrison; endorsed by Lincoln on cover)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Edward Bates to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, April 23, 1864 (Case of Samuel Harrison)

Shall a nation be born at once? : a centennial sermon delivered in the chapel of the Methodist Episcopal Church, July 2, 1876

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1809-1816

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); Undated

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1796-1797, May

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1802-1803, May

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1798, Jan.-Mar

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1798, July-Nov

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1798, Apr.-June

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1799, Feb.-July

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1799, Aug.-Dec

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1800, Jan.-Apr

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1800, May-Sept

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1803, June-Sept

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: John A. Andrew to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 13, 1864 (Case of Samuel Harrison; endorsed by Lincoln on cover)

Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 1. General Correspondence. 1833-1916: Edward Bates to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, April 23, 1864 (Case of Samuel Harrison)

Shall a nation be born at once? : a centennial sermon delivered in the chapel of the Methodist Episcopal Church, July 2, 1876

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); Undated

Margaret Bayard Smith Papers: Family Correspondence, 1789-1842; Smith, Samuel Harrison (husband); 1809-1816

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