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Description: Body of a letter written by Gilbert Imlay to Colonel Daniel Boone.
Date: 1780 ca.
Description: Hand-drawn plan for the layout of the town of Clarksville, bordering Mayfield Creek and Liberty Creek. Fort Jefferson is shown between the townsite and the...
Description: Letter from Colonel George Rogers Clark to Lieutenant Governor Henry Hamilton demanding unconditional surrender of Fort Vincennes.
Description: A pay roll handwritten by Captain Joseph Martin listing men stationed on the Frontiers of Washington County under the command of Colonel Evan Shelby.
Description: The back side of Captin Joseph Martin's pay roll from 1 May through 30 June, 1777. There are columns of numbers beneath the writing.
Description: This Italian map from 1778 depicts the upper portion of the Old Northwest. Rivers and lakes are identified and relief, real and imagined, is depicted picto...
Description: Front page of a letter written and signed by Dan Smith.
Description: A plan of the Straits of St. Mary and Michilimakinac, to shew the situation and importance of the two westernmost settlements of Canada for the fur trade....
Description: Scale: about 180 miles to 1 in.
Description: Uncolored. No scale. One of the earliest maps to show the proposed division of the northwest territory into states.
Date: 1798 ca.
Description: Engraved and hand-colored map of Egypt. Map title appears on bottom left as a carving in stone next...
Description: Back page of a letter written and signed by Dan Smith.
Description: Notes written in red ink on the back of the map of the Battle of Black's Fort.
Description: Portrait of Mohegan minister and preacher Samson Occom, posed sitting with his finger on a Bible on a bookstand, with Indian implements visible on the wall...
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