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A view of Niagara Fort, taken by Sir William Johnson, on the 25th of July 1759, drawn on the spot in 1758.

A view of Niagara taken by Sir William Johnson...

Letter to Sir William Johnson, Niagara

Butler, John. Niagara, Quebec

Butler, John. Niagara, Quebec

Brant, Joseph. Niagara. To Timothy Pickering

Brant, Joseph. Niagara. To Timothy Pickering

Brant, Joseph. Niagara. To Timothy Pickering

Brant, Joseph. Niagara. To Timothy Pickering

Brant, Joseph. Niagara. To Timothy Pickering

Brant, Joseph. Niagara. To Timothy Pickering

Henry Timmerman and his wife Elizabeth to James Ludlow for tracts of land in Rochester, Ulster Co., N.Y.

Henry Timmerman and his wife Elizabeth to James Ludlow for tracts of land in Rochester, Ulster Co., N.Y.

Map of Morris's Purchase or West Geneseo in the state of New York : exhibiting part of the Lakes Erie and Ontario, the Straights of Niagara, Chautauque Lake, and all the principal waters, the boundary lines of the several tracts of land purchased by the Holland Land Company, William and John Willink, and others, boundary lines of townships, boundary lines of New York and Indian reservations, laid down from actual survey, also a sketch of part of Upper Canada

The Falls of Niagara.

[A view of Fort George, upper Canada, from old Fort Niagara.]

Map of part of Niagara River

The outlet of Niagara River (Lake Ontario in the distance).

A distant view of the Falls of Niagara.

Falls of Niagara and adjacent country.

Horse Shoe of Niagara from the Canadian side

General view of Niagara from the Canadian side

Horse Shoe of Niagara from the Canada side.

General view of Niagara from the Canada side.

Niagara Falls from the American side.

Map of the county of Niagara

Principal seats of the war of 1812-13-14

Survey for a ship canal to connect the Lakes Erie & Ontario, Lockport route

Survey for a ship canal to connect the Lakes Erie & Ontario, Lockport route

Survey for a ship canal to connect the Lakes Erie & Ontario, Lockport route

Sketch of the Niagara River.

Niagara County.

Niagara Falls and vicinity.

Map of the county of Niagara

Map of the county of Niagara

Niagara Falls.

“Niagara” by Lord Morpeth

“Niagara” by Lord Morpeth

“Niagara” by Lord Morpeth

Suspension bridge no. 63.

Table Rock, Canada side.

Scenes below Table Rock.

Rope ascension, over Niagara River.

Ice bridge no. 7.

American Falls no. 13.

American Fall from Luna Island

Rapids above the falls, American side, Niagara.

[Niagara Falls.]

Horseshoe Falls, Terrapin Tower from ferryboat landing, G. I. no.22.

Horse Shoe Falls from Goat Island.

Below foot of Goat Island

Covered bridge. Niagara Falls

Grove scenery - winter.

Rapids rear of Cataract House.

Ice bridge, no. 14.

Horseshoe Falls no. 1.

Horse-shoe Falls - Niagara.

Table Rock - summer. Niagara.

American Fall, from Lunar Island.

American Falls from Luna Island.

General view from point view, American side.

Below Table Rock.

Passage under the great Horseshoe Fall - Canada side.

Table Rock from below, Niagara.

View [?] at Niagara no. 69.

American Fall from Luna Island.

Luna Island scenery.

Horseshoe Fall, N. Y.

Terrapin Tower - Niagara. Winter.

Cliff icicles - Niagara.

Suspension bridge over Niagara River.

Bridge to Goat Island.

General view, from the American side.

Terrapin Tower from Goat Island.

Horseshoe Falls, fr. bel. Biddle's staircase.

Table Rock, from above.

Suspension bridge, R. R. track ab. carriageway.

Lundy's lane battleground and graveyard of the slain.

Horseshoe Falls, from extending tree, G. I.

Suspension bridge, from the center of R. R. track.

General view from American side.

Terrapin Tower & falls from Goat Island.

Great Ice Bridge and American Falls, Niagara Falls, N. Y., U. S. A..

Ice bridge and American Fall.

Railway Suspension Bridge, 800 feet long.

Suspension Bridge, interior view.

Rapids from the Sister Islands, moonlight, Niagara.

The Rapids, rear of the Cataract House.

View from Lewiston Mountain, looking towards Lake Ontario.

Entrance to the Cave of the Winds, Niagara Falls, U. S. A..

Horseshoe Fall, Niagara.

Cave of the Winds, Niagara.

Birdseye view of the Horseshoe Fall on line of N. Y. C. & H. R. R..

Clifton House from Luna Island, winter.

Falls of Niagara, general view.

New suspension bridge, Niagara, 1258 feet long.

The Tower Grove, winter, Niagara.

View of Niagara in Winter.

Bridge to Goat Island.

Niagara, Prospect Point in winter.

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