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Boston from Willis Creek / Wm. Pierre delin.

Print shows distant view of Boston from across river.

A view of the saw-mill & block house upon Fort Anne Creek, the property of Genl. Skeene, which on Genl. Burgoyne's army advancing, was set fire to, by the Americans

Print shows a sawmill belonging to loyalist Philip Skene and the blockhouse at Fort Anne which were burned by American forces, reteating in advance of the British army under the command of General Burgoyne.

Young's Mill on the Brandywine Creek / J.R. Smith.

One of a series of 4 views of Young's Mill Rockland on the Brandywine Creek about 2 miles above Duponts Powder Mills.

Me-Na-Wa. A Creek warrior / printed & coloured at I.T. Bowen's Lithographic Establishment No. 94 Walnut St.

Print shows Me-Na-Wa, half-length portrait, facing left, wearing a hat with plume, a striped garment, and a shoulder bag.

Me-Na-Wa. A Creek warrior

Print shows Me-Na-Wa, half-length portrait, facing left, wearing a hat with plume, a striped garment, and a shoulder bag.

McIntosh. A Creek chief

Head and shoulders, facing right.

Opothle Yoholo A Creek chief / / Drawn printed & coloured at I.T. Bowen's Lithographic Establishment, No. 94 Walnut St.

Print shows portrait of Opothle Yoholo in traditional dress from painting by Charles Bird King for History of the Indian tribes of North America... / By Thomas L. M'Kenney and James Hall, 1836-1844.

Me-Na-Wa. A Creek warrior

Half length, facing left.

Ledagie. A Creek chief / drawn, printed and coloured at the lithographic establishment, 94 Walnut St., Phila.

Ledagie (Chief Ladiga), half-length portrait, facing right, wearing a plumed hat.

White seaman and cold. [e.g. colored] man on board steamboat on Potomac, Washington to Aquia Creek Virginia

Sketch shows side-view portraits of a white seaman and an African American man aboard the steamboat that Wallis took from Washington, DC to Aquia Creek, Virginia. Wallis was a British Commissioner from the Fore... more

Potomac River from Aquia Creek Virginia

Drawing shows the Potomac River, as seen from Aquia Creek in Virginia. Wallis was a British Commissioner from the Foreign Office to the United States in 1853.

The gold mining town of Rock Creek, British Columbia, 1860

Photograph shows a cluster of log buildings, one identified as a restaurant, of the gold mining town, Rock Creek, British Columbia, as seen from a hillside above the town, with the creek in the background.

Government bakery, Stoneman's Station, Aquia Creek & Fredericksburgh Railroad

Photograph shows overhead view of the facility with several people standing outside.

Position of Union Army at Cedar Creek Union position and plan of battle.

However, what initially appeared to be an overwhelming success quickly turned to a rout when the Union forces were redeployed and launched a successful counterattack that drove the Confederates back across th... more

Battle of Beaverdam Creek Va., Chickahominy River, June 27th 1862

While dated June 27th, this map depicts an engagement that took place the day previously, on the second day of the Seven Days' Battles. It shows the area of Hanover County that includes Mechanicsville, with th... more

Plan of the Battle of Mechanicsville or Beaverdam Creek, Virginia : fought June 26th 1862, 3 to 5 p.m.

Shows the area of Hanover County near Beaverdam Creek, oriented with the Chickahominy River to the south and the Mechanicsville Road to the north. Here, on the second day of the Seven Days' Battles, the Confede... more

Map showing position Union and Rebel armies 2 p.m. 30th June : and the routes of advance of enemy on the Union Army at White Oak Swamp Creek Va.

Shows the area of Henrico County between Richmond and New Market, in which occurred the Battle of White Oak Swamp, one of the Seven Day's Battles.

Potomac Creek Bridge, Aquia Creek & Fredericksburgh Railroad, perspective view, April 12, 1863

Photograph showing a truss bridge built for the Aquia Creek & Fredericksburgh Railroad.

Evacuation of Aquia Creek / negative by T.H. O'Sullivan. positive by A. Gardner.

Photograph showing ships loaded with supplies in Aquia Creek.

Group of officers at Acquia Creek, February, 1863

Ten Union officers posed in front of building.

Battle of Wilson's Creek - fall of Genl. Lyon

Nathaniel Lyon falling from horse after being shot in the Civil War, Wilson's Creek, Mo., Aug. 10, 1861.

Potomac Creek Bridge, Aquia Creek & Fredericksburgh Railroad, April 18, 1863

Photograph shows a truss railroad bridge over Potomac Creek.

[Potomac Creek Bridge, Aquia Creek & Fredericksburgh [sic] Railroad, April 18, 1863]

Photograph shows several men at the construction site of the Potomac Creek Bridge. E.C. Sneed is seated at right.

Group at Commissary Depot, Acquia [i.e. Aquia] Creek Landing, Va., Feb. 1863

Photographs shows General John H. H. Ward and a group gathered near a railcar and a stack of wooden boxes.

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