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The old landmarks of N.Y. Spuyten Duyvel Creek.

Spuyten Duyvil Creek

Letter to Col. [Waightstill] Avery, Head Quarters, Ready Creek

Letter to Capt. James Wells, Duck Creek Cross Roads

Letter to Col. [Waightstill] Avery, Head Quarters, Ready Creek

Letter to Col. [Jeremiah] Wadsworth or Royal Flint, Murderer's Creek [N. Y.]

Letter to Col. [Jeremiah] Wadsworth or Royal Flint, Murderer's Creek [N. Y.]

A chart of Delawar River from Bombay Hook to Ridley Creek : with soundings &c taken by Lt. Knight of the Navy

Williams, [Otho Holland]. Camp Hicks Creek. To General Morgan

Williams, [Otho Holland]. Camp Hicks Creek. To General Morgan

Williams, [Otho Holland]. Camp Hicks Creek. To General Morgan

Williams, [Otho Holland]. Camp Hicks Creek. To General Morgan

Williams, [Otho Holland]. Camp Hicks Creek. To Brigadier General Morgan

Williams, [Otho Holland]. Camp Hick's Creek. To Brigadier General Morgan

Tarleton, Banastre. Near Turkey Creek. To General Morgan

Tarleton, Banastre. Near Turkey Creek. To General Morgan

Williams, [Otho Holland]. Camp Hick's Creek. To Brigadier General Morgan

Williams, [Otho Holland]. Camp Hicks Creek. To Brigadier General Morgan

Tarleton, Banastre. Near Turkey Creek. To General Morgan

Tarleton, Banastre. Near Turkey Creek. To General Morgan

Williams, [Otho Holland]. Camp Hick's Creek. To Brigadier General Morgan

Williams, [Otho Holland]. Camp Hicks Creek. To Brigadier General Morgan

Williams, [Otho Holland]. Camp Hick's Creek. To Brigadier General Morgan

Williams, [Otho Holland]. Camp Hicks Creek. To Brigadier General Morgan

Brant, Joseph. Buffalo Creek [N.Y.]. To Governor George Clinton

Brant, Joseph. Buffalo Creek [N.Y.]. To Governor George Clinton

A view of a saw mill and block house upon Fort Anne Creek, the property of Genl. Skeene, which on Genl. Burgoyne's army advancing, was set fire to, by the Americans.

Hudsons River from Chambers Creek looking thro' the high lands.

[A view of the Lake & Fort Erie, from Buffalo Creek.]

A view of the lake and Fort Erie, from Buffalo Creek.

Spirit Creek, near Augusta, Georgia.

[Map of the Hudson ... from Peekskill to site of U.S. Naval Yard (Chambers Creek).]

Deer Creek Falls

Canada Creek Falls.

Commencement of the Falls of Canada Creek.

Commencement of the Falls of Canada Creek

Foundry on Jones Creek near Baltimore

Deer Creek Falls.

Foundery on Jone's Creek near Baltimore.

Map of part of Kingston, N.Y., on Rondout Creek.

Falls of Mill Creek Springfield O.

Icicles at Mill Creek Falls Springfield Ohio. February 24, 1832.

Limestone Rocks on Buck Creek near Springfield, Ohio.

View of the High Falls of Trenton, West Canada Creek, N. Y.

Autumn. Gigantic sycamores. An ox team crossing the ford. Owl Creek, Ohio.

Plan for the drainage of that part of the city of Brooklyn which empties its water into Gowanus Creek & Bay

Plan for the drainage of that part of the city of Brooklyn which empties its water into Gowanus Creek & Bay

Plan for the drainage of that part of the city of Brooklyn which empties its water into Gowanus Creek & Bay

Brandywine Creek.

Bulk head, Rock Creek sluice.

Fall Creek, Second Fall, Ithaca.

Sayerman's Saw Mill, Catawissa Creek.

Mill Dam, Darby Creek.

Lovers' Leap, Wissahickon Creek.

Stereoscopic views of Wissahickon Creek, Philadelphia.

Deer Run, Wissahickon Creek.

French Creek, Chester County, Pa.

Wissahickon Creek at Valley Green.

Trout fishing on Kettle Creek near Oleona, Potter Co., Pa.

Marshalls Creek, Buttermilk Falls.

Lewistown Branch, Kissoquoquillis Creek, near Milroy, Penn. Cent. R. R.

Spring Dell, Wissahickon Creek.

View on Pennipack [Pennypack] Creek, Philadelphia.

A mill-dam, Frankford Creek, [Pa.] Scornful of a check, it leaps the mill-dam and wantons in the pelby gulf below.

Wissahickon Creek.

Creek at Tarr Farm.

From foot of Stairs looking up creek.

View of the trestle work of San Antonio Creek, Western Pacific Railroad.

View from top of Panther Creek Plane.

The Iron Bridge and ruins of Old Mill, near Spence Creek, Huntington Co.

Catawissa Creek. [Along the banks, under a bridge.]

Kissoquoquilla Creek, P. C. R. R.

View from top of Panther Creek Plane.

Water birch, Catawissa Island, Catawissa Creek.

Lovers' Leap, Wissahickon Creek.

The Iron Bridge and ruins of Old Mill, near Spence Creek, Huntington Co.

Stong Run. Wissahickon Creek, near Philadelphia, Pa.

View of the cascade 125 feet high, 1-4 mile up the creek, to the right of the mouth of tunnel at east end.

Trout fishing on Kettle Creek near Oleona, Potter Co., Pa.

Wissahickon Creek at Valley Green.

Kissoquoquilis Creek near Lewistown.

The Iron Bridge and ruins of Old Mill, near Spence Creek, Huntington Co.

Catching sun-fish, Wissahickon Creek.

On Lycoming Creek, Pa.

On Lycoming Creek, Pa.

Wissahickon Creek.

The iron bridge and ruins of the old mill, near Spruce Creek, Huntingdon Co.

Fish Creek Valley.

Dale Creek Bridge.

Dale Creek Canyon.

Dale Creek bridge.

[Four Indian men in a boat on Ponca creek.]

Creek running along the base of a rock wall

The creek on the left is Whatcom Creek, outlet for Lake Whatcom, 3 1/2 miles away and 330 Ft. above Whatcom; left hand building Terminal Hotel, my stopping place....

Clear Creek Canyon.

Hanging Rock, Clear Creek Canyon, Colorado.

Below the falls, Clear Creek Canon.

Stereoscopic Views of Clear Creek and Gilpin counties, Colorado.

Clear Creek Canyon.

French Broad [River]. View on Paint Creek.

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