Seascape drawing shows British sailors leaving their ships and rowing toward Fort Oswego on Lake Ontario during the War of 1812. The 2nd battalion of the Royal Marines, under Lieutenant General Sir George Gordo... more
Print shows a small lighthouse, sailing ships, and buildings, also Navy Point, Fort Tompkins, the Smith Cantonment, and the Pike Cantonment, Sackets Harbor, New York.
Drawing shows the landscape of a rural area in Brooklyn with cattle grazing on a dirt road. Ships travel through what may be Gowanus Canal in the distance.
Print shows a view of rapids on the Hudson River with cliffs along one side; also shows a man fishing off a bank in the foreground.
Print shows a view of the Hudson River at Hudson Hill with a mill at center, on the far bank; also shows a man standing on the rocks at river's edge and trees in the left foreground.
Print shows a view of the Hudson River from the shore with a view across the river of Hudson, New York; also shows two men pulling a fishing nets ashore, men in a rowboat, sailboats, and on the right a steamboa... more
Print shows a view of the Hudson River near Sandy Hill with small buildings, possibly mills, on the far right side, and a dirt road, on which a woman is walking, in the center foreground; also shows a small for... more
Print shows a view of the Hudson River from an elevated vantage point on a dirt road with trees, rocks, and a fence along the roadway; also shows sailboats on the river and rolling hills in the background.
Print shows a view of the Hudson River at Fort Edward, New York, with a broad view of the river, pasture land where cows are grazing, rolling hills and buildings in the background, and in the foreground, a dirt... more
Print shows a little waterfall at Luzerne on the Hudson River, with two buildings on the edge of the river, possibly mills, and a larger building, possibly a house or an inn, on the hillside above the river; al... more
Print shows a view of the Hudson River with several men on a log raft; also shows the steep hillsides that form the banks of the river.
Print shows a view of the Hudson River from above Fishkill, New York, looking south along the Hudson River toward West Point. A sidewheel steamship heads south on the river, and a cowherd tends three cows at th... more
Print shows a view of the Hudson River as it passes through rolling hills with forest and pasture lands, and a dirt road with travelers on foot, near Jessups Landing in Corinth, New York.
Print shows a view of the Hudson River from a dirt road where oxen pull a wagon, with a view across the river of Newburgh, New York, and rolling hills in the background.
Print shows a view of the Hudson River from above the banks opposite of the military academy at West Point, New York. Also shows men climbing among the rocks, a man standing on the shore near a rowboat carrying... more
Print shows the confluence of the Sacandaga and Hudson rivers with some rapids at the junction; also shows a broad view of the landscape with pasture lands, rolling hills, and buildings near a bridge, with carr... more
Print shows a view of the Hudson River from a roadway, with two men are tending fishing nets and stone buildings on the hillside above the road.
Print shows a view of the Hudson River at Glenns Falls with a building on an island and a bridge spanning the river and passing through the building; also shows people on the island.
Print shows a view of the Hudson River at Hadley's Falls where it passes through forested cliffs, near Jessups Landing in Corinth, New York; also shows two people on the far left enjoying the scenery.
A satire condemning the duplicity and conspiracy of the "Bucktail" faction of New York Democrats in their April 1824 ouster of New York's ex-governor DeWitt Clinton from his post as canal commissioner. The Lib... more
Print shows militiamen John Paulding, Isaac Van Wart, and David Williams apprehending and searching British Major John Andre near Tarrytown, New York.
Print shows a view of the Palisades rising up on the New Jersey side of the Hudson River, as seen from the river, with sailboats and a northbound side wheeler steamship, possibly carrying tourists, passing by t... more
Several rows of Shakers, separated by gender, performing a step dance in the meeting hall at New Lebanon, New York; a woman spectator is seated in left foreground.
Shows New York state from Westchester County to Lake Erie, and part of northern Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The line was chartered on April 24, 1832. See entry 404.
Detailed map showing relief by hachures, drainage, township and county boundaries, cities and towns, canals, roads, and railroads.
Another satire on the Glentworth scandal controversy, by the same artist as "The Last Card," "Evenhanded Justice," and "O. K." (nos. 1840-60, -62, and -63). Here the artist lampoons Democratic efforts to sensat... more
Another in the series of "Spoodlyks's" satires on the Glentworth affair. (See also nos. 1840-60, -61, and -63). Here the artist portrays Glentworth's attempt to remove evidence in the vote fraud inquiry from t... more
A dramatic prison scene, intended to contrast the clemency of New York's Whig governor William H. Seward with the vindictiveness of the Democrat-controlled New York City prison administration. In the interior o... more