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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 birth place of Genl. Frank Pierce, Hillsboro New Hampshire 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 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
The Democratic platform 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, of Kentucky Library of Congress/NACO
Isabella Library of Congress/NACO
Jerusalem Library of Congress/NACO
John Mitchel - the first martyr of Ireland in her revolution of 1848 Library of Congress/NACO
Josephine Library of Congress/NACO
"A little more grape Capt. Bragg" - General Taylor at the Battle of Buena Vista, Feby 23d, 1847 Library of Congress/NACO
Margaret Library of Congress/NACO
Maria Library of Congress/NACO
Mary Library of Congress/NACO
Mazeppa - pl. 4 Library of Congress/NACO
The night after the battle: burying the dead Library of Congress/NACO
The Presidents of the United States 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
Soldier's return 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, Lieut. Roberts R.N. commander: the largest in the world Library of Congress/NACO
Steam ship Washington: belonging to the Ocean Steam Navigation Company, Frederick Hewitt Commander Library of Congress/NACO
Storming of the Bishop's palace: at the siege of Monterey Sept. 22nd. 1846 Library of Congress/NACO
Surrender of Cornwallis: at York-Town Va. Oct. 1781 Library of Congress/NACO
Surrender of General Burgoyne at Saratoga N.Y. Oct. 17th. 1777 Library of Congress/NACO
Susan Library of Congress/NACO
Thomas F. Meagher Library of Congress/NACO
To the memory of Library of Congress/NACO
The tree of life. the Christian Library of Congress/NACO
U.S. dragoons: cutting their way through a Mexican ambuscade Library of Congress/NACO
The U.S. frigate United States capturing H.B.M. frigate Macedonian: fought, Octr. 25th. 1812 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
U.S. ship of the line Pennsylvania: 140 guns Library of Congress/NACO
The vase of flowers Library of Congress/NACO
The very Reverend Theobald Mathew: this print is respectfully dedicated to the members of the Temperance Societies, throughout the world Library of Congress/NACO
View of Boston: vue de Boston / ansicht von Boston Library of Congress/NACO
View of Chapultepec and Molino del Rey, (after the battle,): City of Mexico in the distance Library of Congress/NACO
View of San Francisco, California: taken from Telegraph Hill, April 1850, by Wm. B. McMurtrie, draughtsman of the U.S. Surveying Expedition Library of Congress/NACO
View of the great conflagration at New York July 19th. 1845: from the Bowling Green 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
Which of us will you marry? Library of Congress/NACO
A wild cat banker or, a "circulating medium" secured by "public stocks" Library of Congress/NACO
Winter pastime Library of Congress/NACO
Wreck of the ship John Minturn: (Capt. Stark) on the coast of New Jersey in the terrible gale of Feby. 15th. 1846, 3 o'clock a.m. with 51 persons on board 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
Young Georgian Library of Congress/NACO

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