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Michel's map: 1707

[Plat of a survey for William Hughes, Jr. of 460 acres in Frederick County, Va. on the Cacapon River].

A sketch of the field of battle with the disposition of the troops in the beginning of the engagement of the 9th of July on the Monongahela 7 miles from Fort Du Quesne.

[Braddock's route, 1755, Fort Cumberland to Fort Pitt.

[Plat of a survey of 2,314 acres of land, being the first large bottom on the east side of the Ohio River, 3 or 4 miles below the mouth, a portion of which is divided into 17 lots]

Copy of a survey return'd by Mr. Sam Lewis, surveyor of Botetourt Coun[t]y. Surveyed for George Washington 2950 acres of land (by virtue of a warrant for 5,000 acres granted by His Excellency the Governor to said Washington agreeable to His Majesty proclamatiom issued in the year 1763) lying in the county of Botetourt on the n.e. side of the Great Kanhaway about a mile and half above the mouth of Cole River, joining the upper end of the Poketillico survey ... Novemr. 6th, 1774.

[Eight survey tracts along the Kanawha River, W.Va. showing land granted to George Washington and others.

A map of the land abt. Red Stone and Fort Pitt,

Plan of a tract of land (marked in the General Plan no. 7), containing in the whole 5000 acres, & divided into 20 plantations of 250 acres each, situate on a left hand branch of Elk River, & on the head waters of Salt Lick Creek, in Harrison County, State of Virginia

Plat of the partition of Moore & Beckley survey of 170,038 a. in the counties of Giles & Logan, Virginia.

Plats of the Wilson Cary Nicholas surveys (from the originals) made in Wythe and Russell Counties, Virginia, now Mercer, Raleigh, Wyoming, McDowell, and Logan counties, West Virginia

Map of Frederick, Berkeley, & Jefferson counties in the state of Virginia /

Mr. Buchanan's statement. Extract from Gen. Jackson's second letter ... Mr. Buchanan's statement to the Editor of the Lancaster Journal ... Lancaster, 8th August, 1827. Printed at the Office of the Wheeling Gazette [1827].

A map of the state of Virginia : reduced from the nine sheet map of the state in conformity to law /

Map of the location of part of the North-Western Turnpike Road /

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.

The tourist's pocket map of the state of Virginia : exhibiting its internal improvements, roads, distances &c

Map of Berk[eley] County, Virginia /

[Ancient Indian burial mounds. Moundsville, W.Va.] Great Mound at Grave Creek

[Ancient Indian burial mounds. Moundsville, W.Va.] Group of Sepulchral Mounds

Map of the property of the Western Mining & Manufacturing Co. situate on Drody's Creek, Coal River Peytona, Boone County, Western Virginia /

Charles Town, showing rear of courthouse, Charles Town, W. Va.

Map of Jefferson County, Virginia /

Map of the proposed line of Rail Road connection between tide water Virginia and the Ohio River at Guyandotte, Parkersburg and Wheeling /

Map of Hancock County Virginia, 1852.

Map of the Virginia Central Rail Road showing the connection between tide water Virginia, and the Ohio River at Big Sandy, Guyandotte and Point Pleasant; made by W. Vaisz Top. Eng.

Hillsborough & Cincinnati Railroad map extending from Jackson, Jackson Co. Ohio to Parkersburg, Va., as located in 1853 under the direction of Ellwood Morris, Chief Eng. N. E. Jones, S. Linton, Princ. Assist. Engrs.

Hon. Peter Godwin Van Winkle of W. Va

Map of the Manassas Gap Railroad and its extensions; September, 1855.

Hon. K. Van R. Whaley of Virginia and West Virginia

Hon. Kellian Van Rensalear Whaley of Va & W.Va.

Hon. Kellian Van Rensalear Whaley of Va & W.Va.

Hon. Peter Godwin Van Winkle of W. Va

The Harper's Ferry insurrection--The U.S. Marines storming the engine house--Insurgents firing through holes in the doors / from a sketch made on the spot by our special artist.

John Brown ascending the scaffold preparatory to being hanged / from a sketch by our special artist.

Harper's Ferry insurrection - Interior of the Engine-House, just before the gate is broken down by the storming party - Col. Washington and his associates as captives, held by Brown as hostages

The Execution of Cook and Coppock ... [Charlestown, W. Va., Dec. 17, 1859; panoramic view of soldiers surrounding gallows from which 2 of the Harper's Ferry Raiders are hanging]

Harper's Ferry insurrection - burying the dead insurgents

John Brown riding on his coffin to the place of execution [Charlestown, W. Va.]

The execution of John Brown, in a stubble field, near Charleston, [W.] Va. [men on horseback in foregrd.]

T.M. Harris, 10th W.Va Inf.

Gen. B.F. Kelley, Col. 1st W.Va. USA

S.W. Snider, 4th W.Va. Cav.

S.W. Snider, 4th W.Va. Cav.

Lt. Col. C.E. Capehart, 1st W.Va Cav

[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].

Gen. B.F. Kelley, Col. 1st W.Va. USA

Hon. Henry G. Davis of W. Va.

Hon. Jas. Clark McGrew of W. Va.

[Map of the Shenandoah Valley from Harrisonburg to Mt. Jackson, with topographical detail along the principal roads from Thornton's Gap to Swift Run Gap and along several valley roads in northwestern Virginia].

[Map of Shenandoah Valley from Winchester to New Market, Virginia and from Millwood to Waverly P.O., including parts of Frederick, Clarke, Warren, Shenandoah, and Page counties, Virginia].

Harper's Ferry, VA, no. 641 / George Stacy.

Gen. B.F. Kelley, Col. 1st W.Va. USA

Col. David H. Strother, 3rd W. Va. Cav

Col. David H. Strother, 3rd W. Va. Cav

Hon. James Clark McGrew of W.Va.

Old John Brown's career illustrated

Hon James Clark McGrew of W. Va.

[Map of Loudoun County, Va., and parts of Fairfax County, Va., Jefferson County, W.Va., and Washington and Frederick counties, Md.].

Lt. Col. C.E. Capehart, 1st W.Va Cav

[Map of portions of Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland, centering on Harpers Ferry and including Winchester, Hancock, Emmitsburg, and Ridgeville, Maryland.] /

[Map of the Shenandoah Valley from Mt. Jackson to Midway, including parts of Shenandoah, Page, Rockingham, and Augusta counties, Virginia].

[Map of part of Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland].

Hon. Chester Dorman Hubbard of W. Va.

T.M. Harris, 10th W.Va Inf.

[Map of the Shenandoah Valley, from Front Royal and Middletown to Staunton, etc.].

Col. David H. Strother, 3rd W. Va. Cav

Hon. Frank Hereford of W. Va.

Brown, Hon, Wm. Gay of Va. & W. Va.

Hon. James Clark McGrew of W.Va.

Hon. James Clark McGrew of W. Va.

Map of the battle ground of Greenbrier River.

Map of the battle ground of Greenbrier River

Town of Phillippi, Barbour County, West Virginia. 1861.

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

Battle of Rich Mt.

A. Skimmel D.M. & W.V. Vol

Col. Dixon S. Miles at Harper's Ferry, W. Va.

Berkeley County, Virginia /

[George R. Latham, Colonel, 5th W. Va. Cav., head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left, in Union uniform]

[Pencil sketch of the road from Slaven's Cabin to the top of Cheat Mountain in the area of the battle of Rich Mountain, July 11-12, 1861].

[Sketch of the battle of Rich Mountain, July 11-12, 1861].

Berkeley County, Virginia

Map to illustrate the report of Brigadier-General Hill

The battle of Rich mountain, Virginia, July 13, 1861 / Hennessy del.

Church and street in Shepherdstown, W. Va.

Parkersburg.

New map of Virginia : compiled from the latest maps

[Sketch of the area of the battles of Rich Mountain, July 11-12, 1861].

Harper's Ferry, West Virginia. View of Loudon [i.e. Loudoun] Heights

Vicinity of Winchester and Harper's Ferry, Va.

[Rough sketch of the battle of Rich Mountain, July 11-12, 1861].

Berkeley County, Virginia /

Ruins of bridge, across Potomac River at Shepherdstown

[Rough sketch of the roads between Beverly, W. Va., Leadsville, Bealington, and Philippi, and Bealington and Meadowville, in the Rich Mountain area].

Jefferson and pontoon bridge on the Shenandoah

Map of the battle ground of Greenbrier River /

From Cold Mt. in Amherst across Rockbridge & Bath cos., Va. & part of Pocahontas Co., W. Va. /

Averill's map of western Va.

[Map of portions of Hampshire and Mineral Counties, W. Va., and Garrett County, Md.].