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Crater of Castle Geyser, Fire Hole Basin.

Crater of the Castle and hot springs basin.

Crater of the Castle and hot springs basin.

Castle and Hot spring.

Crater of Castle Geyser, Fire Hole Basin.

Castle Peak, Yosemite, Cal.

Castle Peak, Yosemite, Cal.

English Jack's Castle, Crawford Notch, White Mts.

Plate 72: Town of North Castle, Westchester Co. N.Y.

English Jack's Castle, Crawford Notch, White Mts.

Plate 77: Bedford. - Bedford Station. - Katanoh, Town of Bedford, N.Y. - Mount Kisco, Town of Bedford and New Castle, Westchester Co. N.Y.

Castle Garden [view of grounds].

Castle Garden [aerial view with harbor in background].

Castle Garden [view of grounds].

Castle Garden [aerial view with harbor in background].

Limestone peak in Castle Creek valley.

Limestone peak in Castle Creek valley.

Camp in Castle Creek valley.

Limestone peak and Castle Creek valley.

Camp in Castle Creek valley.

Wagon train passing through Castle Creek valley.

Limestone peak and Castle Creek valley.

Sioux camp in Castle Creek valley.

Headquarters in Castle Creek valley.

The Wentworth Dining Hall, New Castle, N.H.

Camp in Castle Creek valley.

Sioux camp in Castle Creek valley.

Limestone peak in Castle Creek valley.

Wagon train passing through Castle Creek valley.

The Wentworth Dining Hall, New Castle, N.H.

Camp in Castle Creek valley.

Wagon train passing through Castle Creek valley.

Limestone peak in Castle Creek valley.

Headquarters in Castle Creek valley.

Castle Rock, Columbia River.

Castle Rock, Columbia River.

Castle Rock, Columbia River.

Oneida Castle [Village]; Madison Village [Village]; Solsville [Village]; Nelson Flats [Village]

Castle Rock, Columbia River.

Map of Windsor Township; Castle Creek, Chenango TP [Village]; Corbettsville, Conklin TP [Village]

Conway Castle

Castle Garden and Liberty Statue, New York [aerial view of harbor].

Nagoya Castle

Castle Garden and Liberty Statue, New York, U.S.A.

Castle Garden [view of grounds].

View of Osaka, Castle

Castle Garden and Liberty Statue, New York City, U.S.A. [aerial view of harbor].

Steven's Castle, Hoboken, N.J. Home of Gen. McClellan.

View of Tokio Castle Wall & Lotus Flower

Castle Garden and Liberty Statue, New York [aerial view of harbor].

Steven's Castle, Hoboken, N.J. Home of Gen. McClellan.

Beautiful New York, showing Castle Harbor and Liberty Statue, New York, U.S.A. [aerial view, ships steaming in harbor].

Castle Garden and Liberty Statue, New York City, U.S.A. [aerial view of harbor].

Steven's Castle, Hoboken, N.J. Home of Gen. McClellan.

Steven's Castle, Hoboken, N.J. Home of Gen. McClellan.

Castle Garden and Liberty Statue, New York, U.S.A.

Castle Garden and Liberty Statue, New York City, U.S.A. [aerial view of harbor].

Castle Garden [view of grounds].

Castle Garden and Liberty Statue, New York [aerial view of harbor].

Castle Garden and Liberty Statue, New York City, U.S.A. [aerial view of harbor].

Castle Garden and Liberty Statue, New York [aerial view of harbor].

Beautiful New York, showing Castle Harbor and Liberty Statue, New York, U.S.A. [aerial view, ships steaming in harbor].

New York, Battery, Castle Garden, Bay, Narrows, Staten Isl.d [Island].

Castle Geyser.

The Bay of 'Akka from the slopes of Carmel. With the ruined castle of Haifa in the foreground and a glimpse of the town of Haifa at the foot of the castle-hill ; in the distance the city of 'Akka is clearly shown.

The castle of the Museilihah ("The palace of weapons"). It stands on a precipitous rock by the Nahr el Jozeh, in the middle of a wooded valley, and commands the pass. It was until recently occupied by a band of brigands, the terror of travellers.

Castle Geyser.

Castle of Tiberias (Tûbarîyeh), showing the damage done by the earthquake of 1837

Castle Geyser.

The castle of Mirabel. Now called Kûlat Râs el 'Ain, built by the Crusaders before the year 1149. It is nor a mere shell and encloses a large space of ground, in the centre of which stands a small mosque.

Tower of the castle at Caeserea. Built by the crusaders. It probably occupies the site of "Strato's tower," which was succeeded by the "Tower Drusus" of Herod.

The Nahr el Aujeh from Kûlat Râs el 'Ain. The river rises out of the earth in several copious streams at the foot of the mound on which the castle stands. This mound has been satisfactorily identified as the site of Antipatris.

Castle Geyser.

Ancient doorway at Shiloh, and ruins of the "Convent Castle" in Wady Lubban (Lebonah)

The castle and the harbour of Saida, the ancient Sidon. Called Kul'at el Bahr (Castle on the Sea). It stands on a rocky island opposite the north-east end of the town, with which it is connected by an embankment with arches.

Safed, one of the four holy places of the Jews in Palestine; showing the Jewish quarter on the western and north-western side of the hill, just below the castle

Castle of Safed, on the northern crest of the hill, with the Moslem quarter in the foreground

View of Palmyra, from the Grand Colonnade, showing the castle in the distance.

The castle of Zerîn (Jezreel), now used as a manzal or inn, literally "a place for unloading," open to all wayfarers

The castle of Tripoli, a stronghold of the crusaders. It was converted into an imperial penitentiary by Midhat Pasha when he was governor-general of Syria. It stands on a narrow ridge, which slopes on the west towards the town, and on the east to the bed of the Kadîsha.

[Castle William, Boston.]

The Castle of Subeibeh, known also as the Castle of Bâniâs

Pools of Solomon. Now called El Burâk - the tanks. The castle above them is occupied by a few soldiers for protection against the Bedouins

The plains of Esdraelon from the heights above El Mahrakah, looking towards the south-east. In the distance, in a central position, the village of Zerîn (Jezreel), with its white castle, is easily distinguished. On the left rises Jebel Duby (Little Hermon), and on the right are the mountains of Gilboa.

Mount Carmel from the castle at Sefûrîyeh, the Sepphoris of Josephus. The Roman name was Diocæsarea. The village lies on the south-west side of the hill; on the north side are the ruins of a church built by the crusaders on the supposed site of the home of the parents of the Virgin.

Jezîrat Far'on, the Isle of Pharaoh. At the head of the Gulf of 'Akabah, as seen from the western shore. The castle which crowns it was built by the Crusaders; the mosque and other Saracenic structures are attributed to Saladin.

The castle of Beir Jibrîn, by starlight. Arab musicians in the foreground. The one stringed instrument is the 'rabâb esh shâ'ir' or poet's viol; it is used as an accompaniment to chanted poetry. The double-reed pipe is the 'arghûl;' its longer reed serves as a drone or continuous bass.

Edinburgh Castle.

The tour of Gen. Lafayette : landing of Gen. Lafayette at Castle Garden, New-York, 16th August, 1824.

Beirût castle. Built by the Crusaders, but partly with materials which had been used for earlier structures, for there are many granite columns introduced transversely into the lower part of the walls.

The citadel of the Castle of Subeibeh, from within the castle walls, which enclose an olive-grove. It is two thousand three hundred feet above the sea-level.

The castle of Caesarea. A medieval structure, with marble columns built transversely into the walls. In the interior there are several vaulted chambers. It stands on the ancient mole on the south side of the harbour.

Northern end of the Sea of Galilee, from the Castle of Tiberias.

The Kûl'at ibn Ma'ân, on the north-west side of the Valley of Pigeons. This castle consists of caverns connected by passages; opposite to it stands Irbid, the ancient Arbela

The Castle of Râsheiya. The scene of a terrible massacre of Christians on June 4th, 1860

Harlach Castle

Strathaven Castle

A view of the Battery, Castle Garden, and the Statue of Liberty beyond. Lettering trimmed off: Castle Garden, New York showing Bartholdi's Statue of Liberty

Imposing Castle Crags (6000 ft.) west from Sacramento River, Northern California, U.S.A.

Castle Garden and Bartholdi's Statue, New York [aerial view of the Castle Garden grounds, harbor].

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