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Camp Washburn, Milwaukee, Wis. Taken from the south side

American Fur Cos. buildings. Fond du Lac (back view)

Map of the Fox River and that part of the Winnebagoe Lake as contained within the limits of the cession of 1821 by the Menominie and Winnebago Indians to the New York tribes.

A view of the Butte des Morts treaty ground with the arrival of the commissioners Gov. Lewis Cass and Col. McKenney in 1827 / / painted on the spot by J.O. Lewis ; Lehman & Duval Lithrs. Philada.

Grand Virginia reel and scamperdown at the Whitehouse Washington

To the people of Madison County. The expected reply of Mr. G. T. M. Davis author of the address to the people of Madison County, of the 23d of April, on the approaching elections of August and November, to Mr. Krum's attack upon that address, wi

Hon. & Rev. B.R. Wilson of Monrovia, Liberia, died Oct. 9, 1864 / Photographed by S.W. Truesdell, Kenosha, Wis.

To his Excellency James K. Polk, President of the United States: The undersigned, citizens of the first judicial district, composed of the counties of Crawford, Grant and Iowa, in the Territory of Wisconsin, would most respectfully represent to

The Massachusetts hoar, outwitted, or hopping-John, and Johnny-cake, for cod fish 'notions,' wide awake!!!

Map of the northwestern states. Shewing [sic] what proportion lies north of the parallel of South Bend of Lake Michigan. It will be seen at a glance, that the unbroken line of communication with the Atlantic seaboard, and the only winter route for northern Indiana, northern Illinois, Michigan, Iowa, Wisconsin, and Minnesota, will be by the Michigan Southern Railway, and south shore of Lake Erie.

Proposed route for a rail road from Copper Harbor, to Fond Du Lac, Winnebego.

Rufus P. Eaton of Pipe village, Lake Winnebago, Wis. A scoundrel! a knave! a liar! and a coward! I the undersigned hereby for reasons which will hereafter appear, publish and publicly post Rufus P. Easton ... as a scoundrel, a knave, a liar and

Circular of the State Historical society of Wisconsin ... Madison Wis April 1, 1855.

Map of the Chicago, St. Paul & Fond du Lac Railroad.

A map showing the route of the proposed rail road from the Copper and Iron Mining District of Lake Superior to connect with rail roads built or being constructed in the state of Wisconsin as adopted by the citizens of Ontonagon and Marquette counties Mich. at public meetings held in November and December 1855; (subject to such changes of location of the road as a general survey of the line shall prove to be desirable.)

View of the city of Whitewater, Wis. Walworth-County 1855.

View of a monument erected in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, A.D. 18...

Map of the La Crosse and Milwaukee Rail Road and connections.

Hon. Chas. Durkee of Wisc.

Hon. Chas. Durkee of Wisc.

Hon. Chas. Durkee of Wisc.

Redding and Watson's map of Walworth County, Wisconsin /

Township map of Wisconsin showing The Milwaukee & Horicon Rail Road and its connections.

Fox River Valley R.R. in Wisconsin with its connections.

Map of the Milwaukee & Superior Rail Road and its connections.

170 miles saved to Northern Iowa and St. Paul! Chicago, St. Paul and Fond du Lac railroad and Milwaukee & Mississippi railroad line! from Chicago & Milwaukee to Pr'ie du Chien, Wis. on the upper Mississippi River running through in 10 hours with

Map of Ashland County, Wis.

Map of Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin /

[James R. Doolittle, Senator from Wisconsin, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[John F. Potter, Representative from Wisconsin, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Charles Durkee, Senator from Wisconsin, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

Chapman's rail road map of Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Missouri, Minnesota, & Wisconsin.

[Charles Billinghurst, Representative from Wisconsin, Thirty-fifth Congress, original signature]

[Cadwallader C. Washburn, Representative from Wisconsin, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

Map of Sauk County, Wisconsin /

Sergeant E.J. Buck, 18th Wisc.

[Col. Robert Creighton Murphy of the 8th Wisconsin Infantry]

Col. C.H. Larrabee, 24th Wisc. Inf.

Col. C.H. Larrabee, 24th Wisc. Inf.

Gen. Charles Smith Hamilton, Col. 3rd Wisc.

Hon. Timothy Otis Howe of Wisc

Hon. Timothy O. Howe of Wisc

Gen. Lucius Fairchild, Col. 2nd Wisc Regt

Hon. David Atwood of Wisc.

Beauties of the franking priviledge / F.B.

Brig. Gen. E.S. Bragg, 6th Wisc. Inf.

Gen. E.S. Bragg, 6th Wisc. Inf.

Gen. J.C. Starkweather of Wisc.

Doolittle, Hon. James R. of Wisc. 36th Senate

Col. Wm. A. Barstow, 3rd Wisc. Cav. U.S.A.

Gen. E.S. Bragg, 6th Wisc. Inf.

Gen. E.S. Bragg, 6th Wisc. Inf.

Gen. J.C. Starkweather of Wisc.

Sectional map of the surveyed portion of Minnesota and north western part of Wisconsin /

Hon. David Atwood of Wisc

Hon. Cadwallader Colden Washburn of Wisc

Hon. J.M. Rusk of Wisc.

Gen. Rufus King of Wisc.

Gen. Rufus King of Wisc.

Gen. Rufus King of Wisc.

Lysander Cutler of Wisc.

Gen. Lucius Fairchild, Col. 2nd Wisc Regt

Hon. Timothy Otis Howe of Wisc.

Hon. Eldredge

Sergeant E.J. Buck, 18th Wisc.

Sergeant E.J. Buck, 18th Wisc.

Gen. Charles Smith Hamilton, Col. 3rd Wisc.

Gen. J.C. Starkweather of Wisc.

Gen. Charles Smith Hamilton, Col. 3rd Wisc.

Gen. Lucius Fairchild, Col. 2nd Wisc Regt

[Unidentified soldier of 8th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, with musket, bayonet, and scabbard]

Map of Dane County, Wisconsin /

Louis P. Harvey, et al. to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, January 10, 1861 (Wisconsin Republicans recommend Judd for cabinet)

Leaflets. Flowers by Mrs. C. B. Daniels. [c. 1862].

Leaflets. Going home. Written after witnessing a triumphant death-scene. by Mrs. C. B. Daniels. [c. 1862].

Map of Winnebago County, Wisconsin /

Theodor Tesch, Comp[any] B, 26 Reg[imen]t Wis[consin] V[olunteers]

Leaflets. The dying year and its young successor. by Mrs. C. B. Daniels. [c. 1862].

Leaflets. "Five to one." by Mrs. C. B. Daniels. Written after the capture of Fort Donelson. [c. 1862].

Map showing the location of the Galena & Chicago Union Railroad with its branches & connections in Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota.

Map shewing the several routes proposed for the passage of gunboats to the Lakes via: Erie and Oswego Canal; Champlain [Canal]; Illinois River and Chicago [Canal]; Wisconsin, Green Bay [Canal]

Map of Sheboygan County, Wisconsin /

The 21st Reg't Wisconsin Vol., crossing the pontoon bridge, at Cincinnati, Saturday, Sept. 13, 1862 / sketched by A.E. Mathews, 31st Reg't. O.V.

Map showing the location of the Chicago & Northwestern Railway with its branches & connections through Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan.

State of Wisconsin. Proclamation. Whereas, it has pleased Almighty God to take from the people of this state its chief magistrate the Hon. Louis P. Harvey, who, on the 19th day of this month, lost of life .... I do hereby recommend that for thir

Leaflets. A balm for earth's sorrows. By Mrs. C. B. Daniels. [c. 1862].

Wisconsin Legislature, Saturday, March 28, 1863 (Printed Resolution)

Wisconsin Adjutant General, Monday, May 02, 1864 (Printed general orders)

[Unidentified elderly woman in shawl and cap] / J. St. John, photographer and dealer in photographic albums, and oval rosewood and gilt frames, Elkhorn, Wisconsin.

[Unidentified woman seated at table] / J. St. John, photographer and dealer in photographic albums, and oval rosewood and gilt frames, Elkhorn, Wisconsin.

President Lincoln and General Grant on peace and war. Interview with the President. Mr. Lincoln's view on democratic strategy. [Signed] J. T. Mills. Letter of General Grant. City Point, Va. Aug. 16, 1864.

Emancipation Proclamation / del., lith. and print. by L. Lipman, Milwaukee, Wis.

[Unidentified man seated at table] / J. St. John, photographer and dealer in photographic albums, and oval rosewood and gilt frames, Elkhorn, Wisconsin.

Camp Randall, Madison, Wis. Taken from state university

[Unidentified elderly man] / J. St. John, photographer and dealer in photographic albums, and oval rosewood and gilt frames, Elkhorn, Wisconsin.

Madison, the capitol of Wisconsin

James T. Lewis to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 23, 1864 (Telegram reporting Wisconsin election returns)

[Unidentified man] / J. St. John, photographer and dealer in photographic albums, and oval rosewood and gilt frames, Elkhorn, Wisconsin.

Great tornado in Wisconsin, June 28 - the almost entire destruction of the village of Viroqua [3 illus.]: 1. Total destruction of the Methodist Church; 2. Ruins of the North-Western Times Printing Office, and residence of J.A. Somerby, Esq.; 3. General appearance of the country after the tornado, showing the track of the storm, and its terrible effects

Burchard, Hon. W.L. of Wisc.