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Meigs, Montgomery C. (Montgomery Cunningham), 1816-1892 National Library of the Netherlands-test National Library of the Czech Republic Library of Congress/NACO

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Meigs, Montgomery Cunningham, 1816-1892 Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of France

Meigs, Montgomery Wikipedia (en)

Meigs, Mongomery Cunningham National and University Library in Zagreb

Meigs, Montgomery Cunningham (American military officer, engineer, 1816-1892) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

Meigs, Montgomery C. 1816-1892 German National Library

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the american future: a history. Wikipedia (en)
american military cemeteries. Wikipedia (en)
americans of royal descent. Wikipedia (en)
Aqueduct Bridge, Georgetown, D.C., general view Library of Congress/NACO
Architectural drawings for alterations to the U.S. Capitol including extensions and new dome, Washington, D.C. Library of Congress/NACO
arlington house: the robert e. lee memorial cultural landscape report. Wikipedia (en)
buildings of the district of columbia Wikipedia (en)
the business of civil war: military mobilization and the state, 1861-1865. Wikipedia (en)
Capitol Builder: the Shorthand Journals of Montgomery C. Meigs, 1853-1859, 1861 : A Project to Commemorate the United States Capitol Bicentennial 1800-2000 National and University Library in Zagreb National Library of the Czech Republic Library of Congress/NACO National Library of the Netherlands-test Wikipedia (en) National Library of France
civil war high commands. Wikipedia (en)
the collected works of caspar buberl: an analysis of a nineteenth century american sculptor Wikipedia (en)
[Detail of "Progress of Civilization," east pediment of the Senate wing, U.S. Capitol] Library of Congress/NACO
the encyclopedia of nineteenth-century land warfare. Wikipedia (en)
l' enfant's legacy: public open spaces in washington, d.c. Wikipedia (en)
Engineering projects directed by Montgomery Meigs, Washington, D.C. Library of Congress/NACO
georgia biographical dictionary. Wikipedia (en)
the history of the pennsylvania hospital, 1751-1895. Wikipedia (en)
Macmillan Encyclopedia of Architects (1982) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]
Map of the harbor of St. Louis, Mississippi River, Oct. 1837. Library of Congress/NACO
[Maps of the Washington Aqueduct, Md. and Washington D.C.]. Library of Congress/NACO
Message of the President of the United States communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, information in relation to the heating and ventilating of the Capitol extension, the Post Office Department, &c. Library of Congress/NACO
Outline description of U. S. military posts and stations in the year 1871. Library of Congress/NACO
Part of Arlington, Virginia Library of Congress/NACO
[Perspective view of Capitol] Library of Congress/NACO
[Plans for the U.S. Pension Building in Washington, DC, from the Montgomery C. Meigs papers] Library of Congress/NACO
Portions of the military departments of Virginia, Washington, Middle & the Susquehanna Library of Congress/NACO
quartermaster general of the union army: a biography of m.c. meigs. Wikipedia (en)
r. e. lee, a biography Wikipedia (en)
Report on the construction of the new pension building, made to the secretary of the interior Library of Congress/NACO
Reports of Captain M.C. Meigs, accompanying the annual report of the secretary of war, for the year 1859. Library of Congress/NACO
second only to grant: quartermaster general montgomery c. meigs. Wikipedia (en) Library of Congress/NACO
theodore o'hara: poet-soldier of the old south. Wikipedia (en)
The three days' battle of Chattanooga, 23d, 24th, 25th November, 1864 [!] Library of Congress/NACO
Tubular bridge, through the pipes of which the city of Washington is supplied with water; built by General Meigs Library of Congress/NACO
Union Arch, built by Gen. M.C. Meigs, span of 220 feet Library of Congress/NACO
[United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.). Library of Congress/NACO
The United States, their growth in population in two hundred years. Library of Congress/NACO
[View from the 2nd story of the residence of Mrs. Comre. John Rodgers, Franklin Row, K Street at 12 & 13 Sts, Washington, D.C., overlooking the backyard and adjacent neighborhood, and showing children standing on balconies] Library of Congress/NACO
where valor rests: arlington national cemetery. Wikipedia (en)

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