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St. Augustin: View of the Matzanas Bay and the Castillo de San Marco, the oldest fort in the United States.
The Spanish-American War: Fortifications and harbour: Seven views.
New Orleans: View of Jackson Square (Place des Armes) and other buildings on the Rue de la Levee (Decatur St) with an unbanked Mississippi river, sailboats at dock and in passage, and an early single deck steamboat.
Cortes Mountain from Hodges Prairie, Eastern Termination of the Sugar-Loaf Range, Sebastian County.
View of the town centre.
Sir Walter Raleigh: Erecting the standard of Queen Elizabeth I on the coast of Virginia.
King Outina of the Timucua consulting his magician prior to battle. Based on the 1591 engraving after Jacques le Moyne de Morgues, artist on René de Laudonnière’s 1564 expedition.
St Augustine: View of the fort and harbour before the infamous raid of British buccaneer Robert Searles and the subsequent building of Castillo San Marcos.
The Spanish-American War: Views of Key West, the American Naval Base.
Charleston: Rare Colonial Panorama looking across the Cooper River from Granville Bastion to Craven’s Bastion. After Bishop Roberts’s 1749 view, the earliest known view of Charleston. With Key.
View of the Pomejok near Jamestown with vignette of Chief Powhatan (Wahunsenacawh) of the Tsenacommacah and father of Pocahontas giving audience.