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Black stevedores loading bales on the cotton wharf in Charleston, South Carolina, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Beach plum. Hand-colored woodcut
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British Royal Marines carrying off food from Virginia's Cape Henry Lighthouse, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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John O'Neill firing cannon alone to defend Havre de Grace MD from British attack, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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American militia at Charlestown MD surrendering to British, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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British naval shell hitting a house in St. Michaels MD, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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Battle of Slippery Hill, a British night raid in Chesapeake Bay area, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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Robert Wright and his slave discovering a British landing near Queenstown MD, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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American militia holding off British attempt to raid St. Michaels MD, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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Young Joshua Barney putting out a fire on a boat hit by a British rocket, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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British commander Robert Barrie attacking a Maryland tobacco plantation, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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Former US slaves trained as British marines on Tangier Island in Chesapeake Bay, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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Joshua Barney's sailors retreating to join American ground forces under William Winder, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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British advancing on Washington capture American militiamen posing as hunters, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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Joshua Barney blowing up his fleet in Chesapeake Bay, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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Stampeding cattle panic American militia before the Battle of Bladensburg, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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US volunteer wearing his dancing shoes by mistake at the Battle of Bladensburg, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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American woman watching the Battle of Bladensburg from her home, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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US dragoon protecting President Madison after he fled Washington, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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Francis Scott Key and William Beanes detained by British during the Battle of Ft McHenry, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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British Marine Captain Sir Peter Parker killed in a skirmish at Caulks Field, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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Dolley Madison saving Stuart's portrait of Washington from the British burning the city, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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British Admiral Cockburn and General Ross toasting victory before burning the White House, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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British forces destroying a newpaper office in Washington DC, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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British forces injured by exploding gunpowder at the Federal Arsenal, Washington DC, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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American atempting to capture a British officer near Alexandria VA, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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President Madison plotting to fire on the British fleet leaving Alexandria VA, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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American fireship set to float into a British ship, Chesapeake Bay, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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Mary Pickersgill and other ladies making a huge flag for Fort McHenry, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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Wounded British and Americans treated at a Methodist church, Battle of North Point, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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Escaped slave Frederick Hall mortally wounded defending Fort McHenry, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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American troops holding a funeral for their army rations, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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British officer en route to Baltimore made advances to an American girl, who jumped from a window, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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American scout discovering the British fleet off North Point, Maryland, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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Pet rooster crowing from the ramparts of Fort McHenry during British bombardment, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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British attack on Havre de Grace, Maryland, 1813, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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Kitty Knight imploring Admiral Cockburn to spare a home from British burning of towns in eastern Maryland, 1813, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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Failed British attack on Craney Island near Norfolk VA, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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Joshua Barney's Chesapeake flotilla escaping British artillery, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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British invasion force landing at Benedict, Maryland, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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American militia and defensive works protecting the Maryland shore near Baltimore, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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Americans celebrating the end of the War of 1812 in February, 1815. Gerry Embleton illustration
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Baltimore celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Battle of North Point, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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Sir Peter Parker's bloody shoe found by US soldiers at Caulk's Field, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
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Native Americans bringing beaver pelts to white traders. Hand-colored woodcut
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Native Americans aboard ship to trade their furs to Europeans. Hand-colored woodcut
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Smelt-fishing with hand-lines, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Oyster buyer tasting a sample on the dock in Baltimore, Maryland, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Cod industry - drying and salting fish on the Newfoundland coast, 1700s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Cod-fishermen in a small boat off the New England coast. Hand-colored woodcut
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Lobstermen hauling traps off the coast of Maine, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Lobstermen loading their catch from a dory to a sailboat, circa 1900. Hand-colored woodcut
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Lobster fishing in the Grand Manan Channel between Maine and Canada, 1890s. Hand-colored halftone of an illustration
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Unloading a lobster-boat in Maine, circa 1880. Hand-colored woodcut
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Tontine Coffee House, corner of Water and Wall Street, meeting-place of New York brokers who formed the NY Stock Exchange. Hand-colored woodcut
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Hake fisherman off Halfway Rock, coast of Maine, 1800s. Woodcut
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Fishermen mending herring gill-nets at House Island, Casco Bay, Maine. Woodcut
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Lobster fishing-boat off Bristol, Maine, 1880s. Woodcut of a drawing
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Lobster fishing in the Grand Manan Channel between Maine and Canada, 1890s. Halftone of an illustration
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Lobster-pot off the Atlantic coast, 1800s. Woodcut
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Unloading a lobster-boat in Maine, circa 1880. Woodcut of an illustration
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Confederate ironclad "Merrimac" driving the USS "Congress" from anchorage, Civil War. Hand-colored woodcut
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Sinking of the ironclad USS Monitor in a gale off North Carolina, 1862, crew making for the USS Rhode Island. Hand-colored woodcut
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Battle between the Monitor and the Merrimac, Hampton Roads, 1862. Hand-colored woodcut
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Cannon defending Fort Pulaski, Confederate position on Savannah River, Georgia, which fell to Union forces in 1862.
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Civil War artillery in the parade ground, Fort Pulaski, a Confederate stronghold on the Savannah River, Georgia, which fell to Union forces in 1862
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Fort Pulaski's entry drawbridge across a moat, a Confederate defense on the Savannah River which fell to Union forces in 1862
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Fort Pulaski and its moat, Confererate position on the Savannah River, Georgia, taken by Union forces in 1862.
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Fort Pulaski's moat and drawbridge, Confederate position on the Savannah River, taken by Union forces in 1862.
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Shell damage from Union Army's rifed cannons to the exterior of Fort Pulaski on the Savannah River, Georgia.
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Moat around Fort Pulaski, Confederate position on the Savannah River, Georgia, taken by Union forces in 1862.
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Wetlands stream beside Fort Pulaski, Cockspur Island, Savannah River mouth, Georgia.
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Fort Sumter, site of the first military action of the Civil War, viewed from Confederate position at Fort Moultrie, Chaleston, SC
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Fort Sumter, site of the first military action of the Civil War, viewed from Confederate position at Fort Moultrie, Chaleston, SC.
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Fort Sumter, site of the first military action of the Civil War, viewed from Confederate position at Fort Moultrie, Chaleston, SC.
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Fort Sumter, site of the first military action of the Civil War, viewed from Confederate position on Sullivan's Island, Chaleston, SC.
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Fort Sumter, site of the first military action of the civil war, viewed from Confederate position on Sullivan's Island, Chaleston, SC.
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Flag with 15 stars (1794) over Fort Moultrie on Sullivan's Island, Charleston harbor, SC
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Fort Moultrie's 15-inch Rodman smoothbore artillery defend Charleston SC during Spanish-American War (1898).
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Short-barreled mortar at Fort Moultrie on Sullivan's Island, Charleston harbor, SC
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Endicott rapid-fire gun (1898-1939) defending Fort Moultrie on Sullivan's Island, Charleston harbor, SC
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Battery of 15-inch Rodman smoothbore artillery at Fort Moultrie (1873-1898) defended Charleston harbor, SC
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Cannonballs, Fort Moultrie on Sullivan's Island, Charleston harbor, SC
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Civil War 8-inch Columbiad rifled cannon at Fort Moultrie on Sullivan's Island, Charleston harbor, SC
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Muzzle of Civil War era 8-inch Columbiad rifled cannon at Fort Moultrie, Sullivan's Island, Charleston harbor, SC
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Civil War artillery at Fort Moultrie on Sullivan Island, Charleston harbor, SC
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Remains of original earthworks perimeter of Fort Moultrie on Sullivan's Island, Charleston Harbor, SC
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Block Island attacked by Governor Endicott during the Pequot War, 1636. Hand-colored woodcut
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Stonington CT bombarded by the British fleet, War of 1812. Hand-colored woodcut
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American sailor of the late 1700s, Revolutionary War era. Hand-colored woodcut
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Siege of Charleston SC by the British Navy, American Revolution. Hand-colored engraving
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British attack on Fort Moultrie in Charleston harbor, 1776. Hand-colored woodcut
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American defense of Fort Sullivan, or Fort Moultrie, Charleston SC, 1776. Hand-colored engraving
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British warships in Boston harbor, 1774, in an attempt to control the angry colonists. Hand-colored woodcut
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Recruiting privateersmen to serve the American cause in the Revolutionary War, New London, Connecticut. Hand-colored woodcut of a Howard Pyle illustration
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Map showing the thirteen colonies of 1776. Hand-colored woodcut
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Map of the Battle of Bunker Hill, drawn from a British map--positions of Bunker and Breed's Hills are reversed. Hand-colored woodcut
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Destruction of Falmouth (now Portland), Maine, by artillery fire from British ships, October 1775. Hand-colored woodcut
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British warships in Boston harbor, 1774, in an attempt to control the angry colonists. Woodcut
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Map showing the thirteen colonies of 1776. Woodcut
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Destruction of Falmouth (now Portland), Maine, by artillery fire from British ships, October 1775. Woodcut
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Tabula Terre Nove 1513: The Admiral's map of the Caribbean and Terra Incognita (unknown lands). Hand-colored woodcut
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Hennepin's map of New France and Louisiana (Carte de la Nouvelle France) 1683. Hand-colored woodcut
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Dutch map of eastern North America, 1670 (Novi Belgh Tabula). Hand-colored engraving
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Map of America from the Spanish atlas executed at Messina 1582 by Joan Martines. Lithograph
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Viking navigators on the North American coast (alleged to be Narragansett Bay, RI). Hand-colored woodcut
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Norsemen celebrating their discovery of the New World. Hand-colored woodcut
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Map of Vinland by Charles Rafn, from accounts in old Norse manuscripts, showing Cape Cod. Hand-colored woodcut
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Map of New France, 1550, showing coast of Canada and the St Lawrence Gulf. Hand-colored woodcut
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John Smith while a captive among Native Americans of Virginia Colony. Hand-colored woodcut
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Viking Freydis defends her fellow New World settlers from Native Americans, or Skraelings, 1009. Hand-colored engraving
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New Netherland and New England, from DeLaet's map of 1630. Hand-colored woodcut
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Part of Champlain's 1613 map of New France. Hand-colored woodcut
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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, circa 1700, view of the harbor while a Portuguese colony. Hand-colored woodcut
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Hudson's attack on a Native American village. Hand-colored woodcut
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John White's map of Raleigh's colony on the NC/VA coast, 1500s. Hand-colored engraving
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John White's map of the Atlantic coast of NC/VA, 1500s. Hand-colored engraving
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New World map after Magellan's passage around Cape Horn in 1519. Hand-colored woodcut
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Norse settlers Thorfin and Gudrida landing on Vinland. Hand-colored woodcut
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Huron chief Donnacona warns Cartier's expedition not to sail up the St Lawrence River to Hochlega, 1535. Hand-coolored woodcut

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