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NEW JERSEY
404
AreaPopulation in 1870Position upon the globeTopography of
428
AreaPopulation in 1870Topographical features of the StateMineral
490
AreaPopulation in 1870Position upon the globeTopographyMine
499
THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
529
New Building of the Young Mens Christian Association Washington
536
United States Treasury Building Washington
546
United States Patent Office Washington
549
AreaPopulation in 1870Dimensions Explanation of the new Terri
554
Natural Tunnel Virginia
561
Little Stony Falls Va
565
A View of Richmond Va
576
Mount Vernon
582
North Carolina Sea Coast
598
Capitol at Raleigh N C
607
AreaPopulation in 1870Topographical sketch of the StateClimate
612
Scene near Beaufort S C
613
Rice Fields
616
Charleston S C
625
Falls of the Towalaga Georgia
633
Savannah Georgia
642
FLORIDA
649
St Johns River Florida
651
St Augustine Florida
662
The Civil WarReconstructionDescription of TallahasseePensa
663
Capitol at Montgomery
677
The Landing at Mobile
679
Area_Population in 1870Position on the globe Topography of
681
On the Shores of the Yazoo
681
Picking Cotton
684
Jackson Miss
692
Natchez Miss
693
A View of Vicksburg Miss
694
A View of New Orleans
698
LOUISIANA
699
Gathering Sugar Cane
703
A Sugar House
706
Scene on St Charles Street New Orleans
716
Jackson Square New Orleans
719
Lafayette Square New Orleans
722
TEXAS
731
On the Gulf
732
THE WESTERN STATES
746
Galveston Texas
748
The Alamo San Antonio
750
Harpers Ferry West Virginia
758
Wheeling West Virginia
766
AreaPopulation in 1870Position upon the globeTopographyHar
777
Nashville Tenn
786
Memphis Tenn
788
Mammoth Cave Kentucky
797
Frankfort Kentucky
805
Louisville Kentucky
806
State Capitol Columbus Ohio
825
A View of Cincinnati Ohio
826
Scene on Fourth Street Cincinnati Ohio
828
The Tyler Davidson Fountain Cincinnati Ohio
829
Scene on Superior Street Cleveland Ohio
833
Court House at Dayton Ohio 1
835
Tribune Building Chicago
873
NO PAGE 148 Scene on Lake Street Chicago
876
Quincy Illinois
883
Alton Illinois
888
Chicago in Flames
890
Area Population in 1870Position upon the globeTopographyThe
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A Western River
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Woodward Avenue Detroit Michigan
909
MICHIGAN
918
A Copper Mine in Wisconsin
920
Madison Wisconsin
927
Scene in Milwaukee
929
AreaPopulation in 1870Position upon the globeTopography
933
Falls of St Anthony Minn
935
St Paul Minn
943
A Halt on the Prairies
945
Davenport Iowa
954
Dubuque Iowa
955
Burlington Iowa
956
IOWA
963
Floating Island on the Missouri River
964
A View of St Louis
970
Court House at St Louis
972
St Joseph Mo
977
ARKANSAS
982
Little Rock Ark
987
Helena Ark
988
Indians Attacking United States Mail Coach 170 Leavenworth City Kansas
999
AreaPopulation in 1870Position on the globeTopographical sketch
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Omaha Station Nebraska
1001
Crossing the Plains
1002
Omaha City Nebraska
1007
The Palisades Humboldt River Nevada
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Silver Mining Nevada
1011
Area Population in 1870Position upon the globeTopographyMin
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Original Big Tree California
1018
Hydraulic Mining
1024
San Francisco California
1034
Cape Horn
1045
AreaPopulation in 1870Position upon the globe Topographical sketch
1052
An Oregon Valley
1056
Area Population in 1870Position upon the globeTopographical
1062
Mount St Elias Alaska
1068
Sitka Alaska
1070
Scene in the Aztec Mountains
1072
Buffalo Hunting
1076
A Cañon in Colorado
1079
Description of the physical features of ColoradoThe Rocky Mountains
1080
Plowing on the Western Prairies
1081
A Cañon on the Rocky Mountains
1087
eral wealthCapacity for agricultureHistory of IdahoDescription
1088
Indians Hunting Bison
1089
A Frontier City
1095
Santa Fe New Mexico
1099
The Tabernacle Salt Lake City
1104
Main Street Salt Lake City
1105
Description of the physical features of the TerritoryThe mountain
1109
A Street in Olympia Washington Territory
1114
Prairie Dog City Wyoming
1117

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