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VIAF ID: 159449042 (Corporate)

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Adeline Library of Congress/NACO
Amelia Library of Congress/NACO
Ann Library of Congress/NACO
The Bible and temperance Library of Congress/NACO
The brilliant charge of Capt. May Library of Congress/NACO
Caroline Library of Congress/NACO
Catharine Library of Congress/NACO
Charlotte Library of Congress/NACO
City of New York. Library of Congress/NACO
The Crucifixion La Crucificazion = La Crucifixion. Library of Congress/NACO
Currier & Ives chronicles of America; color plates reproduced from the original hand colored stone prints by N. Currier and Currier & Ives. Library of Congress/NACO
Death of Harrison, April 4 A.D. 1841 Library of Congress/NACO
Death of Major Ringgold: Of the flying artillery Library of Congress/NACO
Death of Washington, Dec: 14. A.D. 1799 Library of Congress/NACO
Declaration of Independence: July 4th 1776 Library of Congress/NACO
Elizabeth Library of Congress/NACO
Emily Library of Congress/NACO
Family register Library of Congress/NACO
Funeral of Daniel O'Connell Library of Congress/NACO
"General Taylor never surrenders": Santa Anna's messengers requesting Genl. Taylor to surrender his forces at discretion, previous to the battle of Buena Vista Library of Congress/NACO
General Tom Thumb: born in 1832, is 18 inches high, and weighs only 15 pounds Library of Congress/NACO
Genl. Taylor at the battle of Resaca de la Palma Capt. May receiving his orders to charge the Mexican batteries, May 9th 1846. Library of Congress/NACO
Grand, national, democratic banner. Press onward Library of Congress/NACO
Henry Clay Library of Congress/NACO
In memory of Library of Congress/NACO
The Presidents of the United States Library of Congress/NACO
The prodigal son wasting his substance Library of Congress/NACO
The progress of intemperance: plate VI. the robber Library of Congress/NACO
The Propagation Society. More free than welcome Library of Congress/NACO
The pursuit Library of Congress/NACO
Quails Library of Congress/NACO
Reading the Bible Library of Congress/NACO
The road,--summer Library of Congress/NACO
The road to the holy cross: le chemis de la tres ste. croix Library of Congress/NACO
Robert Blum Library of Congress/NACO
Robert Burns and his highland Mary Library of Congress/NACO
The rose of May Library of Congress/NACO
Sacred heart of Mary: sacre ́coeur de Marie / sagrado corazon de Maria Library of Congress/NACO
The sailor-far-far at sea Library of Congress/NACO
The sailor's adieu Library of Congress/NACO
Sarah Library of Congress/NACO
Siege of Vera Cruz March 1847: by the U.S. Army and Navy Library of Congress/NACO
The sisters Library of Congress/NACO
Sn. Antonio de Padua / St. Antoine de Padoue Library of Congress/NACO
Soldier's return Library of Congress/NACO
Some Pumpkins: trotting his mile in 2:10. beating "Lightning" by nearly 5 lengths, on a descending grade; and carrying 25 lbs over weight Library of Congress/NACO
Sontag and Flora Temple: at the Hale mile pole in 1:13!! Library of Congress/NACO
Sophia Library of Congress/NACO
St. Joseph / Sn. Jose Library of Congress/NACO
St. Mary / Sta. Maria Library of Congress/NACO
St. Philomena Library of Congress/NACO
Sta. Emellia / Ste. Émelie Library of Congress/NACO
The star of the west Library of Congress/NACO
The steam ship President, the largest in the world Lieut. Roberts R.N. Commander on her last voyage from New York to Liverpool: as last seen from the packet ship Orpheus, Capt. Cole in the terrific gale of March the 12th 1841 at 5 o'clock p.m. lat. 39, 46 long. 71, bearing N.E. by E. by compass steering East Library of Congress/NACO
Steam ship Washington: belonging to the Ocean Steam Navigation Company, Frederick Hewitt Commander Library of Congress/NACO
Stella and Alice Grey. lantern and whalebone: "passing the stand" Library of Congress/NACO
The storming of Chapu[ltepec] Sept. 13th [1847] Library of Congress/NACO
Storming of the heights at Monterey: by the American Army Sept. 21st. 1846 Library of Congress/NACO
Sunday morning: in the olden time Library of Congress/NACO
U.S. mail steam ship, Atlantic: Collins line. builders, hull by Wm. H. Brown N.Y.--engines, by Stillman Allen & Co. Novelty Works N.Y. Library of Congress/NACO
A war president. Progressive democracy Library of Congress/NACO
Washington family Library of Congress/NACO
Washington: first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen Library of Congress/NACO
Washington taking leave of the officers of his army: at Francis's Tavern, Broad Street, New York, Decr. 4th. 1783 Library of Congress/NACO
The way they go to California Library of Congress/NACO
Wild Irishman Library of Congress/NACO
Wm. Penn's treaty with the Indians when he founded the province of Pennsya. 1661: the only treaty that never was broken Library of Congress/NACO
Wm. Smith O'Brien: Irelands patriot 1848 Library of Congress/NACO
Wreck of the U.S.M. steam ship "Arctic": off Cape Race Wednesday September 27th. 1854 Library of Congress/NACO
The young chieftain Library of Congress/NACO
The young housekeepers, the day after marriage Library of Congress/NACO
The young mother Library of Congress/NACO
Zachary Taylor, the people's choice for 12th president Library of Congress/NACO

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