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[Map of the Hudson ... from Sandy Hook to New York Harbor.]

Map of the Hudson ... from New York Harbor the Fort Washington.

View of the City of New York in 1792 drawn by an officer of the French fleet driven into New York harbor by the British fleet

New York Harbor and entrance : from the U.S. Coast Surveys

New York Harbor, as seen from the heights of Staten Island

Stereoscopic views of New York Harbor.

Oyster barges, foot of West 10th Street.

New York Harbor, from the suspension bridge.

Instantaneous marine view.

Fort Lafayette, New York Harbor.

Barge office.

Courtland [Cortlandt] St. Ferry.

Steamer Massachusetts.

South St., N.Y.

Shipping scene.

Panorama from bridge tower, New York.

Shipping scene.

New York Harbor, from foot of Whitehall Street.

The fussy little tugs, New York Harbor.

Panorama from Brooklyn Bridge Pier [E]

New York City.

Panorama from Trinity Church, New York.

View of shipping, New York.

Oyster barges, foot of West 10th St.

Steamer Massachusetts, New York.

Oyster barges, foot of West 10th Street.

New York City.

Shipping at the wharves, East River.

North River from West Street, New York.

Fort Hamilton, New York Harbor.

Fort Wood, Bedlow's [Bedloe's] Island.

New York Harbor, crowded with shipping, U.S.A.

The Santa Maria, flagship of Christopher Columbus.

Bird's-eye view of New York Harbor, U.S.A.

Saloon steamer, Providence.

East River Bridge [Brooklyn Bridge], N.Y.

Steamer "Pomerania."

Steamer Massachusetts, New York.

View from New York Bridge tower.

View from East River Bridge, N.Y.

Steamers running full speed.

East River, N.Y.

New York Harbor, from the suspension bridge.

South Street, New York.

Vessels becalmed at sunset.

Shipping, East River.

New York City.

Instantaneous view, New York Harbor.

View from the Battery, N.Y.

Shipping, East River.

Suspension bridge and New York City, from Brooklyn, U.S.A.

New York Harbor, crowded with shipping, U.S.A.

T.A. Co's steamer Pierre, looking forward main deck.

N.Y. Bay from Pier 29 [30?]

View from the Battery, New York.

Ferry slips and water front of New York City, from the Brooklyn side.

Steamship docks above Brooklyn Bridge.

View from New York Bridge tower.

New York Bay, and Governor's Island. (July 4th, 1860)

Shipping, New York City, U.S.A.

Shipping, East River, N.Y.

N.Y. City skyscrapers form North River.

Shipping scene.

Naval parade, New York Harbor.

Panorama from Trinity Church, New York.

The Columbus Caraval "Nina," Columbus Naval Rewiew, New York Harbor, U.S.A.

Steamer "Pomerania."

View of shipping, New York.

View from the Battery, New York.

Instantaneous view, New York Harbor.

New York Harbor.

Barge office.

North River, New York Harbor.

Ferry slips and water front of New York City, from the Brooklyn side.

Instantaneous view, New York Harbor.

Steamer Bristol.

South St., N.Y.

Steamship docks above Brooklyn Bridge.

South Street, New York.

Instantaneous view, New York Harbor.

Instantaneous marine view.

New York Harbor. Vessels becalmed.

Shipping scene.

View from East River Bridge tower, In[stantaneous?]

Shipping.

Vessels becalmed, New York Harbor.

New York City.

New York City fruit vessel. Pier 19, East River.

New York Harbor, (bird's-eye view), New York City, U.S.A.

The pilot boat.

[Interior view of a steamship.]

Steamer Thos. P. Way, New York.

Oyster barges.

East River from Brooklyn Bridge.

View from East River Bridge, N.Y.

North River from West Street, New York.

View west from Trinity Church steeple.

East River from Brooklyn Bridge, looking east.

South Ferry dock.

Fall River Pier, New York.

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