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The steam ship President, Lieut. Roberts R.N. commander: the largest in the world

Steam ship of War Eagle

Polk & Co. Going up Salt River

The steam-ships POTTINGER and CYCLOPS stranded in Thorness Bay, Cowes, Isle of Wright

The BRITANNIA steamship leaving Boston, U.S.

Royal mail steam ship, Europe

U.S. mail steam ship Pacific: Collins line, builders, hull by Brown & Bell N.Y. engines by Allaire Works N.Y.

U.S. mail steam ship, Atlantic: Collins line. builders, hull by Wm. H. Brown N.Y.--engines, by Stillman Allen & Co. Novelty Works N.Y.

Reindeer polka

U.S. mail steam ship Baltic: Collins line. builders, hull by Brown & Bell N.Y. engines by Allaire Works N.Y.

Design and model of the new steamer America, for the western lakes

The American steamship Columbia, of New York for Europe

[Ben Campbell, steamship at landing]

United States mail steam ship "Pacific"

[U.S.S. Susquehanna, Commodore Perry's flag ship, full starboard view]

Disasters of 60 days : Wreck of Steamship Tennessee, Indian Cove, March 6th, 1853 ; Wreck & burning of the steamer Independence on the island of Margarita, Feby. 16th, 1853. 150 lives lost ; Collapse of flue on board Jenny Lind off San Francisquito, April 11th, 1853, 50 lives lost ; Wreck of propellor steamship S.S. Lewis, Duxburg Reef, April 9th, 1853 / / Lith. & pubh. by Britton & Rey, cr. California & Montgomery St., San Francisco.

[Port views of the U.S.S. Susquehanna and the U.S.S. Mississippi understeam]

View of the U.S. Mail Steamship Company's premises, Aspinwall, N.G.

United States "Auxiliary Screw" steam frigate "Merrimac" 60 guns. Off the entrance to New York harbour / T.G. Dutton, del et lith. ; Day & Son, Lithrs. to the Queen.

U.S. steam frigate Mississippi passing Punta Tristao. N. west point of Madeira / Jas. Queen delt. ; P.S. Duval & Co's. lithy. Philada.

United States steam-frigate "Merrimac"

Arresting the Steamship Northern Light

United States "Auxiliary Screw" steam frigate "Merrimac" 60 guns. Off the entrance to New York harbour / T.G. Dutton, del et lith. ; Day & Son, Lithrs. to [the Queen].

Battle of Bad Axe = Schlacht von Bad Axe / H. Lewis pinx ; Lith. Inst. Arnz & Co., Dusseldorf.

Map exhibiting the fixed location of the main trunk of the New-Orleans, Opelousas & Great Western Railroad of Louisiana, together with its proposed branches, connections and extensions in Louisiana, Arkansas & Texas; also its connecting steamship routes from Berwicks Bay to ports in the Gulf of Mexico, together with the advantages in point of directness & diminished distance to the Pacific Coast, New Orleans, La. January 24th, 1859.

Yorktown

The new American iron steamship "Champion," of the Vanderbilt line

Revenue cutter

U.S. Transport "Coatzacoalcus"

The new and elegant screw steamship Mt. Vernon having resumed her trips, will leave for New York, on Wednesday, Jan'y 25th, 1860 and New York for Washington on Saturday, Jan. 28th, at 3 p. m ... Washington. H. Polkinhorn's steam job press, D. st

[Sketches of four ships]

Steamer S. R. Spalding. [Transport]

[Broadside and bow views of eight ships and boats, and an unidentified profile bust portrait]

The great eastern excursion! This mammoth steamship, the wonder of the age, will arrive at Norfolk and be open for the reception of visitors on Saturday, August 4 ... This splendid steamer Baltimore will make an excursion to Old Point and Norfol

U.S. Reports: Union Steamship Co. v. N. Y. and Va. Steamship Co., 65 U.S. (24 How.) 307 (1861)

U.S. Transport "Gove[r]nor"

Dirijo [sic], wrecker

Alliance, blockade runner

U.S. Transport "Great Republic" in tow of the Vanderbilt (Clipper rig)

Geo Peabody

U.S. Gun Boat "Fanny"

U.S. Transport "Peerless"

The U.S. steamer Search.

Express--the mail boat between Washington and the army hd.qts. City Pt.

For Charleston, S. C. direct from the end of Long wharf, The Boston and Southern steamship company's new and elegant iron steamship. South Carolina ... will leave Boston for Charleston, on Wednesday, Sept. 26th, '60 at 4 o'clock, P. M ... Boston

Susquehannah

[Broadside views of the Whitehead, Cohasset, and Young America]

The Newport News Steamer Express Capt. Wilson

U.S. Steamer

Reliance

[Steamship with three masts]

[Broadside views of three steamships]

U.S. Gun Boat Montecello

The Pawnee

[Broadside and stern views of steamship Minnesota]

Saxonia

Nipsic

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

U.S. Gun Boat "Seminole"

Albatross

U.S. Transport Marion

U.S. Transport "Star of the South"

Baltic and Atlantic

[Broadside views of three steamships]

Picking up the floating bodies. The Tug McQueen picking up the body of Capt. Jack Wilson

[American steam packet vessel at port in Le Havre, France] / Auguste Lacroix, photographe, Havre.

U.S. Transport "Cahawba"

U.S. Gun Boat "Daylight"

U.S. Steamer Mt. Vernon

U.S. Steamer Adelaide, which plys [sic] between Baltimore & Fort Monroe

U.S. Tug Boat "Mercury"

Port Royal, S.C. [i.e. Va.]

Steam Sloop Pensacola brought to Washington under canvas from Pensacola, some time 1861

The steamship Marion, on her way to New York with the wives and children of the soldiers in Fort Sumter - manning the ramparts and cheering of the men as the steamer passes the fort the parting salute from Fort Sumpter / from a sketch by our special artist now in Charleston

U.S. gunboat Lexington [i.e. Tyler] - Mississippi River Fleet

U.S. gunboat Tyler - Mississippi River Fleet

Potomac River, Sept. 31st, 1861

The steamship Star of the West, with reinforcements for Major Anderson, approaching Fort Sumter - The South Carolinians firing at her from the batteries on Morris Island and Fort Moultrie

U.S. steam gun boat "Chippewa"

U.S.S. Mendota, James River, Va.

Arrival of the United States steam sloop Niagara at Jeddo, Japan, with the Japanese embassadors [sic] on board, November 10, 1860

Steamship Planter, White House Landing, Pamunkey River

U.S. Steam Transport Mississippi[sic]

Burning of the steamship "Golden Gate" :July 27. 1862

Capture of Fort Henry by U.S. gun boats under the command of Flag Officer Foote, February 6th 1862 / J.G. ; Middleton, Strobridge & Co. Lith. Cin. O.

Gunboat Tyler, where W.W. Stuart served during the Civil War

[Washington, District of Columbia]. Brazilian Steam Frigate at Navy Yard. Yards manned on the occasion of the President's visit

The captured Rebel privateer "Florida" and the United States steamer "Wachusett"

Hampton Roads, Virginia (vicinity). U.S.S. MALVERN

The President's funeral car, on a steam lighter, approacing New York, from Jersey City April 24, 1865

Syr-dar'inskaia oblast'. G. Kazalinsk. Pristan aral'skoi flotilii

Steamship GOLDEN CITY, San Francisco

Steamship SACRAMENTO, San Francisco

Pacific Mail Steamship Co.'s Works, Benicia, Solano County, Maretinez in the distance

The delta of the Mississippi: Scene at southwest bar

Egypt--the religious ceremonies preliminary to the inauguration of the Suez Canal, at Port Said ; Egypt--arrival at the station of El-Guishr, Suez Canal, of the steamship L'Aigle, with the Empress Eugenie

[La Crosse, Wisc. 1873]

Nova Scotia - loss of the steamship "Atlantic" - scenes and incidents during and after the wreck [4-1-1873]: [4 cuts - rescue line from ship to shore; divers removing bodies; identifying bodies]

The Spanish butchery

Photographic copy of lithograph,"The Sinking of the Steamship Ville du Havre" (1873)

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