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General La Fayette. To have been a partaker with Washington, in the perils and glory of our great conflict for freedom, is a passport to our hearts. In meeting you, his loved form seems to approach us ... Chester County, July 26, 1825.

General La Fayette. To have been a partaker with Washington, in the pe...

Imprint 2.; Lafayette. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 152, Folder 32.

Desperate conflict of American seamen under Decatur, on boarding a Tripolitan corsair / Whitney and Jocelyn sc; Darley, fecit.

Desperate conflict of American seamen under Decatur, on boarding a Tri...

Illustration shows Stephen Decatur and his men fighting hand-to-hand fight on board a Tripolitan gunboat during the First Barbary War. Title from item. Illus. in: Life and death on the ocean: a collection of ex... more

The real "irrepressible conflict"--[See Congressional debates]

The real "irrepressible conflict"--[See Congressional debates]

Two men fighting in front of sign pointing way to White House. Title from item. Illus. in: Harper's weekly, v. 3, no. 156 (1859 Dec. 24), p. 832.

Battle of Antietam, Maryland--Burnside's division carrying the bridge over the Antietam Creek, and storming the Rebel position, after a desperate conflict of four hours, Wednesday, September 17 / from a sketch by our special artist, Mr. Edwin Forbes.

Battle of Antietam, Maryland--Burnside's division carrying the bridge ...

Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, v. 15, no. 367 (1862 Oct. 11), p. 33.

The pending conflict

The pending conflict

One of three similar prints published by Oliver Evans Woods, reflecting grave northern fears of British and French interference on behalf of the Confederacy in the Civil War. (See also "The Pending Conflict" an... more

The pending conflict

The pending conflict

A later, altered version of "The Pending Conflict" (no. 1863-10). Albeit more optimistic from the Northern point of view than its earlier couterpart, this version is equally critical of European abetment of t... more

Important operations in Virginia. The Army of the Potomac across the Rapidan-Scene of the impending conflict between Generals Grant and Lee.

Important operations in Virginia. The Army of the Potomac across the R...

Scale not given. LC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), 493.2 From The New York Herald, Friday, May 6, 1864. p. 1. General map of central Virginia from Fredericksburg south to Richmond. The Battle of the Wilderness began... more

Map of the seat of war. To accompany the American Conflict.

Map of the seat of war. To accompany the American Conflict.

Scale ca. 1:2,170,000. LC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), 59 Map of the southeastern United States showing battlefields, forts, infantry and calvary routes, towns, railroads, county and state boundaries, and rivers. ... more

Map of the seat of war. To accompany the American Conflict.

Map of the seat of war. To accompany the American Conflict.

Scale ca. 1:2,170,000. LC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), 60 Another edition. Map of the southeastern United States showing battlefields, forts, infantry and calvary routes, towns, railroads, county and state boundar... more

Desperate conflict in a barn

Desperate conflict in a barn

Gun fight between slaves and slave-catchers; capture of Robert Jackson in 1853 near Harper's Ferry. Illus. in: Still, Underground Railroad, 1872. cf. Dumond, Antislavery, p. 311 (E441.D84 P&P). This record cont... more

The "War of Races"--The conflict in Tennessee - the "Regulators" shooting Blacks near Trenton, in Gibson County / sketched by W. Webb Metz.

The "War of Races"--The conflict in Tennessee - the "Regulators" shoot...

Three African American men on ground after being shot; armed men on horseback in moonlight in background. Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, v. 39, 1874 Sept. 19, p. 17.

Conflict of the Linn boys with the Indians

Conflict of the Linn boys with the Indians

Print showing Linn brothers in hand-to-hand combat in a Native American village, Kentucky, ca. 1785. Illustration from Augustus Lynch Mason, The Romance and Tragedy of Pioneer Life, 1883, p. 413. Title from item.

General Richard S. Ewell--General Ewell, of Jackson's Corps, was severely wounded in the conflict with King's division on August 28 / H.V. sc ; from a photograph by Cook.

General Richard S. Ewell--General Ewell, of Jackson's Corps, was sever...

Richard S. Ewell, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right. Illus. from Century Magazine, 1886.

A deadly conflict. The kidnapper foiled

A deadly conflict. The kidnapper foiled

X43133 U.S. Copyright Office. This record contains unverified data from PGA shelflist card. Associated name on shelflist card: Tobin.

"The irrepressible conflict" / C.J. Taylor.

"The irrepressible conflict" / C.J. Taylor.

Print shows a monkey wearing a military uniform, holding a sword labeled "Clan-na-Gael" and a flag that states "No Peaceful Solution! War!", standing on soil labeled "United States", looking across the "Atlanti... more

Conflict of authority / K.

Conflict of authority / K.

Illustration shows the Democratic donkey recklessly driving an automobile labeled "Democratic Party", bearing down on the Republican elephant labeled "G.O.P." standing in the middle of the roadway; an arm label... more

[South Korean soldiers of the 1st Division, I Corps, prepare and lay an antitank mine somewhere in Korea during the Korean conflict]

[South Korean soldiers of the 1st Division, I Corps, prepare and lay a...

No. SC 343807. "Official Department of Defense Photo". Title derived from news agency caption on item. Forms part of: New York World-Telegram and the Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection (Library of Congress).

Korean Conflict. Men of the 3rd Battalion, 34th Infantry Regiment, 35th Infantry Division, covering up behind rocks to shield themselves from exploding mortar shells, near the Hantan River in central Korea

Korean Conflict. Men of the 3rd Battalion, 34th Infantry Regiment, 35t...

Title from item. Photo by the Signal Corps, U.S. Army. No. SC 365622.

U.S. Reports: Livadas v. Bradshaw, 512 U.S. 107 (1994)

U.S. Reports: Livadas v. Bradshaw, 512 U.S. 107 (1994)

Description: U.S. Reports Volume 512; October Term, 1993; Livadas v. Bradshaw, California Labor Commissioner

U.S. Reports: O'Melveny & Myers v. F.D.I.C., 512 U.S. 79 (1994)

U.S. Reports: O'Melveny & Myers v. F.D.I.C., 512 U.S. 79 (1994)

Description: U.S. Reports Volume 512; October Term, 1993; O'Melveny & (and) Myers v. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, as Receiver for American Diversified Savings Bank, et al.

U.S. Reports: New York State Conference of Blue Cross & (and) Blue Shield Plans et al. v. Travelers Insurance Co. et al., 514 U.S. 645 (1995)

U.S. Reports: New York State Conference of Blue Cross & (and) Blue Shi...

Description: U.S. Reports Volume 514; October Term, 1994; New York State Conference of Blue Cross & Blue Shield Plans et al v. Travelers Insurance Co. et al.

Greater Mandera Triangle conflict (January-November 2006).

Greater Mandera Triangle conflict (January-November 2006).

Shows incidents of conflict and refugee movement in Somalia, Kenya, and Ethiopia centered generally around Mandera, Kenya. "December 1, 2006." Includes notes and location map. Available also through the Library... more

"The irrespressible conflict" Or the Republican barge in danger

"The irrespressible conflict" Or the Republican barge in danger

The cartoon reflects the considerable bitterness among New York Republicans at the party's surprising failure to nominate New York senator William H. Seward for president at its May 1860 national convention. Th... more

The first naval conflict between iron clad vessels. In Hampton Roads, March 9th. 1862

The first naval conflict between iron clad vessels. In Hampton Roads, ...

This record contains unverified data from PGA shelflist card. Associated name on shelflist card: Endicott & Company

Cyrus Griffin to Thomas Jefferson, October 6, 1778, Continental Congress; Conflict Between Eastern and Southern States; American Commissioners in Europe

Cyrus Griffin to Thomas Jefferson, October 6, 1778, Continental Congre...

Continental Congress; Conflict Between Eastern and Southern States; American Commissioners in Europe

Cyrus Griffin to Thomas Jefferson, October 6, 1778, Continental Congress; Conflict Between Eastern and Southern States; American Commissioners in Europe

Cyrus Griffin to Thomas Jefferson, October 6, 1778, Continental Congre...

Continental Congress; Conflict Between Eastern and Southern States; American Commissioners in Europe

Cyrus Griffin to Thomas Jefferson, October 6, 1778, Continental Congress; Conflict Between Eastern and Southern States; American Commissioners in Europe

Cyrus Griffin to Thomas Jefferson, October 6, 1778, Continental Congre...

Continental Congress; Conflict Between Eastern and Southern States; American Commissioners in Europe

Cyrus Griffin to Thomas Jefferson, October 6, 1778, Continental Congress; Conflict Between Eastern and Southern States; American Commissioners in Europe

Cyrus Griffin to Thomas Jefferson, October 6, 1778, Continental Congre...

Continental Congress; Conflict Between Eastern and Southern States; American Commissioners in Europe

Cyrus Griffin to Thomas Jefferson, October 6, 1778, Continental Congress; Conflict Between Eastern and Southern States; American Commissioners in Europe

Cyrus Griffin to Thomas Jefferson, October 6, 1778, Continental Congre...

Continental Congress; Conflict Between Eastern and Southern States; American Commissioners in Europe

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