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Sketch of Pensacola Navy Yard and Fort Pickens from U.S. coast surveys.

Sketch of Pensacola Navy Yard and Fort Pickens from U.S. coast surveys...

Scale ca. 1:31,000. LC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), 120 Indicates fortifications, half-mile distance circles centered on Fort Pickens, beacons, roads and streets, vegetation, and a few soundings. Description deriv... more

Review of the volunteer troops in Fort Moultrie, on Sullivan's Island, Charleston Harbor, S.C., in the presence of Mrs. Pickens and Miss Pickens, the wife and daughter of the governor of South Carolina / from a sketch by our special artist now in Charleston.

Review of the volunteer troops in Fort Moultrie, on Sullivan's Island,...

Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1861 Feb. 23, pp. 216-217. Mrs. Pickens is Lucy Petway Holcombe Pickens, third wife of Gov. Pickens of S.C.; identification based on date of event depicted (M. K... more

Interesting bird's eye view of the seat of war. Showing parts of the states of Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, and North Carolina; and also the coast line from Cape Henry to Fort Pickens, with the United States blockading fleet.

Interesting bird's eye view of the seat of war. Showing parts of the s...

Scale not given. Title in braille LC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), 18.3 "The above bird's-eye view of the seat of war, shows the relative position of the important points embraced in all the great military operatio... more

Impromptu speech of his Excellency Governor Pickens, of South-Carolina, in reference to the greetings of the citizens, on the evening of the Surrender of Fort Sumter, April 13, 1861.

Impromptu speech of his Excellency Governor Pickens, of South-Carolina...

C. S. A. 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 173, Folder 12.

[Page of text with articles: Commander Dahlgren and his guns; the Washington Navy-yard; the United States fleet off Fort Pickens; the Departure of the "Atlantic" and "Baltic" with troops; and Ye knyghte, ye squire, and ye ladye, a metrical romance of the Middle Ages]

[Page of text with articles: Commander Dahlgren and his guns; the Wash...

Page from: Harper's weekly, 1861 April 20, p. 246.

Relief of Fort Pickens, by the United States fleet, March 23, 1861 / sketched from the wheel-house of the Atlantic by an officer of the expedition.

Relief of Fort Pickens, by the United States fleet, March 23, 1861 / s...

Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1861 May 11, pp. 408-409.

General Bragg's camp, as seen from Fort Pickens / / drawn by an officer of the fort. Interior of a sand-bag battery at Pensacolo bearing on Fort Pickens / sketched by our artist, who has been traveling with W.H. Russell, LL.D., Barrister at Law

General Bragg's camp, as seen from Fort Pickens / / drawn by an office...

Illus. in: Harper's weekly, 1861 June 15, p. 373.

Scenes at and around Fort Pickens / sketches by officers of the garrison.

Scenes at and around Fort Pickens / sketches by officers of the garris...

Illus. in: Harper's weekly, 1861 Dec. 14, p. 793.

Burning the Pensacola dry dock, off Fort Pickens, Florida, on August 31, by Lieut. Shipley, U.S.A.

Burning the Pensacola dry dock, off Fort Pickens, Florida, on August 3...

Illus. in: Harper's Weekly, (1861 Oct. 12), p. 645. LOT 9355; CIVIL WAR, 1861-1865 FORTS This record contains unverified data from caption card.

View of the harbor of Pensacola--Santa Rosa Island and Fort Pickens in the fore-ground, Rebel batteries and Navy-Yard in the distance / / sketched by our special artist. The great review at Bailey's Cross Road, Virginia, on November 20, 1861 / sketched by our special artist from the top of a barn

View of the harbor of Pensacola--Santa Rosa Island and Fort Pickens in...

Illus. in: Harper's weekly, 1861 December 7, pp. 776-777.

Fort Pickens, Florida

Fort Pickens, Florida

Shows the area surrounding Fort Pickens on Santa Rosa Island in Pensacola Bay.

Harvey M. Pickens, Ortello Valley, Custer County, Nebraska.

Harvey M. Pickens, Ortello Valley, Custer County, Nebraska.

summary: Note: Boy's name is Fred Pickens (b. 10 June 1884, d. 5 May 1971). One and one-half miles north and 1 mile east of Berwyn. Identified by M. Reneau, October 16, 1932 and in 1972 by Mr. & Mrs. J. C. Wh... more

Pickens House, 2229 Pickens Rd., Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia

Pickens House, 2229 Pickens Rd., Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia

Alternate title: Richard Henry Wilde House. Title from photographer's inventory. Corresponding reference print in LOT 11835-123. Credit line: Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South, Library of Congres... more

[Doc Reed; John A. Lomax, Sr.; and Richard Amerson at the home of Mrs. Ruby Pickens Tartt, Livingston, Alabama]

[Doc Reed; John A. Lomax, Sr.; and Richard Amerson at the home of Mrs....

Title and date devised by Library staff based on caption information and inventory lists. No print found. Forms part of: Lomax photographs depicting folk musicians in the Lomax Collection.

[Richard Amerson and John A. Lomax, Sr., at the home of Mrs. Ruby Pickens Tartt, Livingston, Alabama]

[Richard Amerson and John A. Lomax, Sr., at the home of Mrs. Ruby Pick...

Title and date devised by Library staff based on caption information and inventory lists. No print found. Forms part of: Lomax photographs depicting folk musicians in the Lomax Collection.

[Richard Amerson and John A. Lomax, Sr., at the home of Mrs. Ruby Pickens Tartt, Livingston, Alabama]

[Richard Amerson and John A. Lomax, Sr., at the home of Mrs. Ruby Pick...

Title and date devised by Library staff based on caption information and inventory lists. No print found. Forms part of: Lomax photographs depicting folk musicians in the Lomax Collection.

Vague image resembling face in window of Pickens County Courthouse, Carrollton, Alabama

Vague image resembling face in window of Pickens County Courthouse, Ca...

There is a legend associated with the Pickens County courthouse. Henry Wells, suspected of setting fire to the building, was arrested and locked in the garett. According to legend, as a mob gathered to hang him... more

The Pickens House, Greensboro, Alabama

The Pickens House, Greensboro, Alabama

Built in 1835. Title, date, subject note, and keywords provided by the photographer. Credit line: The George F. Landegger Collection of Alabama Photographs in Carol M. Highsmith's America, Library of Congress, ... more

Pickens County Courthouse, Carrollton, Alabama

Pickens County Courthouse, Carrollton, Alabama

The Pickens County courthouse was erected in 1877. Title, date, subject note, and keywords provided by the photographer. Credit line: The George F. Landegger Collection of Alabama Photographs in Carol M. Highsm... more

Pickens County Courthouse, Carrollton, Alabama

Pickens County Courthouse, Carrollton, Alabama

The Pickens County courthouse was erected in 1877. Title, date, subject note, and keywords provided by the photographer. Credit line: The George F. Landegger Collection of Alabama Photographs in Carol M. Highsm... more

Fort Hill, Spring House, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens County, SC

Fort Hill, Spring House, Clemson University Campus, Clemson, Pickens C...

Significance: Although restored, the Spring House is representative of the building technology available to keep nineteenth-century foodstuffs chilled. Typically in Spring Houses, planters kept dairy products s... more

Mrs. Caroline Slemmer wife of the gallant Lieutenant Slemmer, now in command of Fort Pickens. From a photograph taken Feb. 18th 1861

Mrs. Caroline Slemmer wife of the gallant Lieutenant Slemmer, now in c...

Print shows three-quarter length portrait of Caroline Slemmer. Copyright by J. Magee.

[Enoch Brown at the home of Mrs. Ruby Pickens Tartt, Livingston, Alabama]

[Enoch Brown at the home of Mrs. Ruby Pickens Tartt, Livingston, Alaba...

Title and date devised by Library staff based on caption information and inventory lists. Handwritten on front of print: "67"; Handwritten on back: "Enoch Brown - Home of Mrs. Ruby Pickens Tartt Livingston, Ala... more

[Enoch Brown at the home of Mrs. Ruby Pickens Tartt, Livingston, Alabama]

[Enoch Brown at the home of Mrs. Ruby Pickens Tartt, Livingston, Alaba...

Title and date devised by Library staff based on caption information and inventory lists. Handwritten on front of print: "67"; Handwritten on back: "Enoch Brown - Home of Mrs. Ruby Pickens Tartt Livingston, Ala... more

Pickensville Methodist Church, Ferguson Street & Chopitoolas Avenue, Pickensville, Pickens County, AL

Pickensville Methodist Church, Ferguson Street & Chopitoolas Avenue, P...

Significance: Built ca. 1842, the church is one of the oldest surviving churches in Pickens County. The wood frame, Greek Revival church retains a significant degree of its historic fabric. One of only two surv... more

Pickensville Methodist Church, Ferguson Street & Chopitoolas Avenue, Pickensville, Pickens County, AL

Pickensville Methodist Church, Ferguson Street & Chopitoolas Avenue, P...

Significance: Built ca. 1842, the church is one of the oldest surviving churches in Pickens County. The wood frame, Greek Revival church retains a significant degree of its historic fabric. One of only two surv... more

Pickensville Methodist Church, Ferguson Street & Chopitoolas Avenue, Pickensville, Pickens County, AL

Pickensville Methodist Church, Ferguson Street & Chopitoolas Avenue, P...

Significance: Built ca. 1842, the church is one of the oldest surviving churches in Pickens County. The wood frame, Greek Revival church retains a significant degree of its historic fabric. One of only two surv... more

Pickensville Methodist Church, Ferguson Street & Chopitoolas Avenue, Pickensville, Pickens County, AL

Pickensville Methodist Church, Ferguson Street & Chopitoolas Avenue, P...

Significance: Built ca. 1842, the church is one of the oldest surviving churches in Pickens County. The wood frame, Greek Revival church retains a significant degree of its historic fabric. One of only two surv... more

Pickensville Methodist Church, Ferguson Street & Chopitoolas Avenue, Pickensville, Pickens County, AL

Pickensville Methodist Church, Ferguson Street & Chopitoolas Avenue, P...

Significance: Built ca. 1842, the church is one of the oldest surviving churches in Pickens County. The wood frame, Greek Revival church retains a significant degree of its historic fabric. One of only two surv... more

Pickensville Methodist Church, Ferguson Street & Chopitoolas Avenue, Pickensville, Pickens County, AL

Pickensville Methodist Church, Ferguson Street & Chopitoolas Avenue, P...

Significance: Built ca. 1842, the church is one of the oldest surviving churches in Pickens County. The wood frame, Greek Revival church retains a significant degree of its historic fabric. One of only two surv... more

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... more

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... more

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... more

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... more

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... more

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... more

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... more

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... more

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... more

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... more

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... more

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... more

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pick...

Significance: The Charity House, a one-room rectangular house with a later single-room addition to the rear, is an example of a single-pen plan, the most basic folk house type in rural Alabama. Probably dating... more

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pick...

Significance: The Charity House, a one-room rectangular house with a later single-room addition to the rear, is an example of a single-pen plan, the most basic folk house type in rural Alabama. Probably dating... more

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pick...

Significance: The Charity House, a one-room rectangular house with a later single-room addition to the rear, is an example of a single-pen plan, the most basic folk house type in rural Alabama. Probably dating... more

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pick...

Significance: The Charity House, a one-room rectangular house with a later single-room addition to the rear, is an example of a single-pen plan, the most basic folk house type in rural Alabama. Probably dating... more

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pick...

Significance: The Charity House, a one-room rectangular house with a later single-room addition to the rear, is an example of a single-pen plan, the most basic folk house type in rural Alabama. Probably dating... more

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