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Bouvé, Ephraim W., 1817-1897 Library of Congress/NACO

Ephraim W. Bouvé American artist Wikidata

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Alcohol rocks Library of Congress/NACO
Boston lithography 1825-1880, 1991: Library of Congress/NACO
Come to the forest--Duet, poetry written by T.W. Tucker, Esq. Music composed & respectfully inscribed to the Misses Mary V. & Harriet S. Bragdon of Newburyport by T. Bricher Library of Congress/NACO
The fugitive's song Library of Congress/NACO
The Georgia melodies. As sung by the Georgia Champions Library of Congress/NACO
John Pounds, late of St. Mary Street Portsmouth, who while earning an honest subsistance by mending shoes, was also school master, gratuitously to some hundreds of the children of his poor neighbours, born 17 June 1766. Died 1 January 1839, aged 72 Library of Congress/NACO
Map of the Boston & Woonsocket rail road routes compiled from the state map, and the plans of the different surveys returned to the joint standing committee on railroads & canals. Library of Congress/NACO
Map of the Northern Rail Road, N.Y. and its connections with the city of Boston. Library of Congress/NACO
Map of the Seaboard & Roanoke Railroad from Portsmouth, Va. to Weldon, N.C. showing its connection with railroad & steamboat routes Library of Congress/NACO
The young pilot, a nautical ballad, words and music by Joseph W. Turner Library of Congress/NACO

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