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A view of Savannah as it stood the 29th of March 1734.

A plan of the inlets & rivers of Savannah & Warsaw in the Province of Georgia.

A map of Savannah River beginning at Stone-Bluff, or Nexttobethell, which continueth to the sea; also, the four sounds Savañah, [Warsaw], Hossabaw, and St. Katharines, with their islands; likewise Neuport, or Serpent River, from its mouth to Benjehova Bluff.

A plann of the town of Savannah in the state of Georgia.

A map of South Carolina from the Savannah Sound to St. Helena's Sound, with the several plantations, their proper boundary lines, their names, and the names of the proprietors included and the grants of lands belonging to Landgrave William Hodgson, coloured green and edged with red with additional plans of those plots which have been resurvey'd by order of Messrs. Boss & Brailsford the purchasers from Hodgson, who inherited from his ancestors, as they had their original grant, from the Palatinate Lord Carteret &c.

[Taking of Savannah in Dec. 1778.

[Taking of Savannah in Dec. 1778]

I [blank] do solemnly swear ... allegiance to his Majesty King George the third my lawful sovereign; and that I will at all risks stand forth in support of his person and government: and I do solemnly disclaim and renounce that unlawful and ini

Siège de Savannah fait par les troupes françoises aux ordres du général d'Estaing vice-amiral de France, en 7.bre, et 8.bre 1779.

Plan of the French and rebells sieg[e] of Savannah in Georgia, in South [sic] America, deffend: t[h]rough the Br: Gen: August Prevost, 1779.

[Savannah and its environs.


[Savannah & its fortifications.

[Savannah River & Ogeechee River].

Sketch of the northern frontiers of Georgia, extending from the mouth of the River Savannah to the town of Augusta,


Powder magazine in Fort Prevost at Savannah.

Sketch of the northern frontiers of Georgia, extending from the mouth of the River Savannah to the town of Augusta,


Ft. Provost in 1781.

Plan of Savannah and its fortifications in 1782.

Plan of Savannah & its environs in 1782.

Plan of Savannah and its environs in 1782.

Fort Provost in 1782.

Georgia. House of Assembly, 15th July 1783. Ordered that his honour the Governor and council be recommended and requested to transmit to the executive and legislative powers or departments, in every state in the United States, a list of persons

Thomas Jefferson to Savannah, Georgia, Merchants, August 27, 1793

A plan of the city of Savannah : with a drawing of the part of the city burnt in the dreadful fires of the 26 November & 6 December, 1796.

Georgia Republican extra, Savannah, 25th April, 1804. Judge Bowen having ordered the Charge given to the Grand Jury on Monday last, to be published in the Georgia Republican, the editor felt himself bound by his duty to refuse the publication an

Map showing the location of the Charleston & Savannah R.R. May, 1856.

A chart to health (second edition.) The electric equilibrium .... W. J. McGehee, M. D. [Savannah, Georgia? c. 1857].

Orleans Square / photographed by J.N. Wilson, No. 143 Broughton Street, Savannah, Ga.

The South New steamship line between Boston and Savannah. The splendid side wheel steamship Joseph Whitney ... Will leave Boston for Savannah. on Saturday, Dec'r 8th, 1860 at 3 o'clock, P M ... Boston, December 3d, 1860 Boston. J. H. & F. F. Far

Mr. W. H. Crisp, Lessee and manager of Crisp's gaiety, New Orleans; Savannah and Augusta, Georgia; Memphis and Nashville, Tennessee; Montgomery and Huntsville, Alabama; and manager of the Parodi grand Italian opera company. Mr. & Mrs. W. H. Cris

[Map of the coast of South Carolina, from Charleston to Savannah].

View on Savannah River

Civil War, Fort Pulaski

Sketch of the Atlantic coast of the United States from Savannah River to St. Mary's River, embracing the coast of the State of Georgia

View on the Savannah River

[Map of the environs of Savannah, Georgia. 186-]

[Three U.S. Navy ships, from left, the Macedonian, the Dale, and the Savannah anchored at the south wharf of West Point, Hudson River, New York]

Map of St. Helena Sound, and the coast between Charleston and Savannah /

Map of St. Helena Sound, and the coast between Charleston and Savannah

Charts of Savannah River, Pensacola Bay, and Key West. Showing the positions of the several fortifications. From the United States Coast Survey

[Envelope addressed to Mrs. Chas. H. Olmstead, care of Mrs. P. J. Williams, Milledgeville, Georgia; postmarked Savannah]

The Rebel defences [sic] of Savannah, Georgia, 1864

Map of siege of Fort Pulaski : Savannah River Georgia. 1862.

Attack on Ft. Pulaski Savannah, Georgia, April 1862.

The war in Georgia -- Reconnoissance of a detachment of national troops and sailors from the gunboat Western World, beyond Fort Jackson, Savannah River -- Expedition fired on by the Rebels / from a sketch by our special artist. The war in Virginia ; The U.S. steamer Wyandank, dismounting and removing guns from the Rebel batteries at Cockpit Point, on the Potomac River, March 11 / from a sketch by Mr. V.O. Traynor, quartermaster of the Wyandank.

Copy of official plan of the siege of Fort Pulaski. Cockspur Island. Savannah Georgia April 1862 : by Union forces under Genl Gillmore and Hunter.

[Envelope addressed to Gen. Howell Cobb, Commdr., etc., Quincy, Florida.; postmarked Savannah, Ga.]

Coast line from Charleston to Savannah.

Sketch of a part of the coast of Georgia from Savannah River to Ossabaw Sound showing the relative positions of the U.S. Iron clad steamer Montauk & the rebel Fort McAllister during the bombardment of Feb 1st 1863.

Monitor map, showing the whole seacoast from Chesapeake Bay, down to Savannah harbor, and the whole country between Richmond & Savannah, with map on large scale of the harbor of Charleston.

The Defences [sic] of Savannah, Georgia, November 1864.

Fort Lee.

The Rebel defences [sic] of Savannah, Georgia, Nov. 1864.

[Plan of the fortifications on Causten's Bluff, Georgia].

Savannah, Georgia (vicinity). Army engineers removing a 48-pdr. 8-inch Columbiad from Fort McAllister

Fort Tattnall.

Map of the siege and investment of Savannah, Georgia, 5th to 20th Decr. 1864.

Map showing the investment and siege of Savannah, Georgia by Genl Sherman's army Decr 1864.

Sherman's march from Atlanta to the sea. Drawn from official map of Brig. Genl. O. M. Poe, Chief Engineer.

Fort Thunderbolt.

Plan of the Rebel prison pen at Savannah Georgia, Lt. S. R. Davis, C.S.A., Commandant, Sept. 1864.

Fort McAllister : [Georgia].

Battery on Turner's rocks : [Georgia].

Works at eastern point of Whitmarsh Island [and] bastion on the line of defences [sic] across Whitmarsh Island.

[Pencil sketch of the Atlantic Coast from Charleston, South Carolina, to Savannah, Georgia].

Map showing route of marches of the army of Genl. W. T. Sherman from Atlanta, Ga., to Goldsboro, N.C. : to accompany the report of operations from Savannah, Ga., to Goldsboro, N.C. /

General Sherman's army entering Savannah, Georgia, December 21, 1864

Capture of Savannah--Gen. Geary issuing passes to citizens

Map showing the defences of Savannah, on the approaches of Wilmington and Savannah Rivers, Georgia. Flag St[eame]r "Harvest Moon" Feb. 8th 1865.

Shipment of cotton at Savannah, for New York, on account of the U.S. Government / from a sketch by our special artist, W.T. Crane.

Savannah, Georgia. Pulaski monument

"Causten's Bluff" fort. [Defenses of Savannah, Georgia. 1865].

Fountain, Savannah, Ga.

Savannah, Ga., early Negro life

Rice culture on the Ogeechee, near Savannah, Georgia / Sketched by A.R. Waud.

Rice culture on the Ogeechee, near Savannah, Georgia / sketched by A.R. Waud.

Picking cotton, Savannah, Ga., early Negro life

Ox team, early Negro life

Election scene, November 1st 1868 / photographed by J.N. Wilson, No. 143 Broughton Street, Savannah, Ga.

The greatest blessing of the age! Prof. Kayton's great remedy for pains and aches: The oil of life! ... Savannah, Ga. Power press, E. J. Purse. [c. 1869].

Gen's. R.E. Lee and J.E. Johnston / D.J. Ryan, Savannah, Ga.

[Reservoir tank, Savannah, Georgia]

Scenes in cotton land: A cotton-shed at Savannah [Negro labors]

Map showing the line of the Savannah & Memphis Railroad and its connections.

[Two Negroes leaning over a log] / O. Pierre Havens, (successor to Wilson & Havens,) photographer, 143 Broughton Street, Savannah, Ga.

Hotel De Soto, Savannah, Ga.

Map illustrating the defence of Savannah, Ga. and the operations resulting in its capture by the army commanded by Maj. Genl. W. T. Sherman. Dec. 21st 1864

Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah, Ga. / Geo. Barker.

Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah, Ga., No. 1 / Geo. Barker.

The Lightning Express, Savannah, Ga. / Geo. Barker.

Scene in the Negro quarter, Savannah, Ga. / Geo. Barker.

Fort Pulaski, outer wall, Savannah, Ga.

Shipping cotton, Savannah, Ga.

Forsythe [i.e. Forsyth] Park, Savannah, Ga.

Confederate Monument, Savannah, Ga.

Old kitchen in Telfair Academy, Savannah, Ga. fireplace, china hutch, and spinning wheel.

[Savannah, Ga., Colonial Park]