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Johnson, Sir William. Camp at Lake George. To Major-General [Phineas] Lyman

Johnson, Sir William. Camp at Lake George. To Major-General [Phineas] Lyman

A prospective plan on the battle fought near Lake George on the 8th of September, 1755....

Lake George from Fort George

Lake George and the village of Caldwell

[Waltonian Club, Waltonian Isle, Lake George.]

Camp life on Lake George.

Little Chicken Island, Lake George.

The piazza, Ft. Wm. Henry Hotel, Lake George.

Little Chicken Island, Lake George.

Caldwell, from Fort Wm. Henry Hotel, Lake George.

The remains of a camp, Lake George.

[Piazza of Fort William Henry Hotel.]

Fort Wm. Henry Hotel - colonade from west.

Sabbath Day Point.

[Steamer Ganouskie, Lake George.]

Old Fort George.

Bloody Pond, Lake George, N.Y.

Lake House, from dock.

Tea Island looking north-east, Lake George.

Hall - "St. Mary's of the Lake."

Looking north from Ft. Wm. Henry Hotel, Lake George.

Residence of Col. W. W. Price - front, Lake George.

Camp life at Lake George.

View at Bolton, Lake George, N.Y.

Black Mountain, Lake George.

South from east shore of Long Island, Lake George, N.Y.

Lake George, N.Y., Trout Pavilion.

Caldwell from east beach.

Steamer Minnehaha [Minne-ha-ha], Lake George.

Minnehaha [steamer], Lake George.

Fort William Henry Hotel from the east, Lake George.

Lake George, N.Y. Twelve Mile Island in the middle distance.

Fort William Henry Hotel.

Old Fort George.

Paradise Bay, Lake George.

Lady of the Lake.

Southeast from Phelps Isle.

Fort George House from Fort Wm. Henry Hotel.

Lower cascade, Dresden.

Piazza, Fort Wm. Henry Hotel.

Lake George. Fort William Henry Hotel.

The straw ride, Lake George.

The beach from the hotel grounds. French Mountain in the distance.

View from Ft. Wm. Henry Hotel.

Lake George. [View of forest.]

[Boats on the shore of Lake George.]

Steamer Horicon, Lake George.

T [i.e. Tea] Island, Lake George.

Looking north from Fourteen-Mile Island.

Pilot Mountain, from Miller's, Lake George.

Lake House, Lake George.

Lake George. [View of forest.]

[Portrait of Native American women.]

Along the beach at Kattskill [Catskill] House, Lake George.

Ship Island, Lake George, N.Y.

Steamer Minnehaha, Lake George.

Piazza, Fort Wm. Henry Hotel.

Minnehaha [steamer], Lake George.

Morning - Green Island, Lake George.

Waltonian Club, Waltonian Isle, Lake George.

Crosbyside House, Lake George.

Fort William Henry Hotel parlor.

Narrows, Lake George.

"An object of general interest." Sketching under difficulties.

North from Fort Wm. Henry Hotel.

A glimpse of Caldwell, Lake George.

View from Ft. Wm. Henry Hotel.

"An object of general interest." Sketching under difficulties.

The Narrows, Lake George.

Fort William Henry Hotel, from the Plank Road, Cauldwell [Caldwell].

Lake George. Bloody Pond and French Mountain.

Minnehaha [steamer], Lake George.

Fort Wm. Henry Hotel from the east.

Tea Island, Lake George, N.Y.

Sabbath Day Point.

Lake George, N.Y.

South-east, from Bolton.

Morning - Green Island, Lake George.

Fort William Henry Hotel from the Lake House.

Site of Old Ft. Wm. Henry.

Caldwell, from Fort Wm. Henry Hotel, Lake George.

Caldwell. The last of the bark canoes.

Bathing place at Lake George.

Fort William "Henry Hotel," Lake George, N.Y.

New York. Caldwell, from East Beach.

Fourteen-mile Island hotel, Lake George.

Stage coach, Lake George.

Ganouskie [steamer], Lake George, N.Y.

Fort Wm. Henry Hotel, Lake George.

Buck Mountain, Lake George.

Lake George, N.Y.

Study of ferns.

Fort Wm. Henry Hotel, Lake George.

Steamer ["Minne-ha-ha"] on Lake George.

[View of an old house and canoe, Lake George.]

Looking south 14 Mile Island, Lake George, N.Y.

Caldwell, Lake George.

"In the Narrows," Lake George.

Echo Bay, Rogers Rock, Lake George.

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