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Topic: river

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An explanation on the prospect draft of the Fort William and Mary on Piseatagua [sic] River in yr. province of New Hampshire on the continent of America

Drawing shows Fort William and Mary on the Piscataqua River with surrounding landscape and buildings in "the town of New Castle on the Great Island"; many features are identified by letter with corresponding ke... more

New river water

Man carrying 2 buckets of water on yoke.

[Village on the banks of a river] / A. Canal f.

Print shows a view across a river of many buildings of an unidentified city; a lone scrawny tree and footbridge dominate the foreground.

The American moose-deer, or Away to the River Ohio

"An engraving showing an American moose-deer surrounded by kings, and standing on the banks of the "Ohio"..." (Source: Stephens)

A view of the Cohoes or Great Fall of the Mohawk River taken from above

Drawing shows a waterfall on the Mohawk River at Cohoes in New York state.

A view of New York, Governors Island, the river &c. from Long Island

Print shows a panoramic view of the battle of Long Island.

The entrance of the River St. John

Print shows ship in the foreground at the entrance to Saint John River, New Brunswick, with two islands identified, on the right, "A. Partridge Island N.E.b.N. 7 leagues distant" and left of center, "B. Meogenes Island."

Mechios River near the mills A sketch of Mechios mills.

Prints show the Machias River along the coast of Maine and the mills (under construction) on the river.

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