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Letter to General Seth Cushman, Guildhall, Vt.

Letter to General Seth Cushman, Guildhall, Vt.

Letter to Stephen Jacobs, Windsor, Vermont

Letter to Stephen Jacobs, Windsor, Vermont

A map of the country in which the army under Lt. General Burgoyne acted in the campaign of 1777 : shewing the marches of the army & the places of the principal actions

A new and accurate map of the province of New York and part of the Jerseys, New England and Canada : shewing the scenes of our military operations during the present war : also the new erected state of Vermont

Carte de la Nouvelle York : y-compris les terres cédées du N. Hamp-Shire, sous le nom d'etat de Vermont.

Carte de la Nouvelle York : y-compris les terres cédées du N. Hamp-Shire, sous le nom d'etat de Vermont.

A New and correct map of the British colonies in North America comprehending eastern Canada with the province of Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and the Government of Newfoundland : with the adjacent states of New England, Vermont, New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

A map of Vermont.

A New and correct map of the British colonies in North America comprehending eastern Canada with the province of Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and the Government of Newfoundland : with the adjacent states of New England, Vermont, New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

A New and correct map of the British colonies in North America comprehending eastern Canada with the province of Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and the Government of Newfoundland : with the adjacent states of New England, Vermont, New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

A new map of part of the United States of North America : containing those of New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusets, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia from the latest authorities

A new map of part of the United States of North America : containing those of New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusets, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia from the latest authorities

A new map of part of the United States of North America : containing those of New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusets, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia from the latest authorities

Vermont, from actual survey.

Montpelier, Vermont, 1841.

Vermont and New Hampshire.

Map of the Vermont Central Rail Road and its connections from Smith's map of the United States.

Map of the meetings constituting New York Yearly Meeting of Friends.

Meadow view: from Mineral Springs Hotel, Brunswick, VT.

Brattleboro Vt.

[Sheldon Junction: showing booms and steam engines for hoisting.]

[Bethany Congregational Church, Montpelier, Vt.]

Northfield, looking west. No. 1.

View of cliff with Chelsea party.

Maple sugar works of S. & E. Morse, Montpelier, Vt. The largest in the United States.

Executive chamber, Montpelier, Vt.

Residence of F.W. Anderson, Bethel, Vt.

Memphremagog House and boats.

Old peg factory on Whetstone Brook, carried away in 1869, Brattleboro, Vt.

Taconic Hotel, Manchester, Vt. Winter scene.

Factory Point, from Mt. Equinox, Manchester, Vermont.

Residence of Walter Newell, Ascutneyville, Vermont.

Mansfield Mountain from Underhill Center.

[Interior view of the Representatives Hall, Capitol, Montpelier, Vt.]

[View of debris caused by flood.]

Cascade at Morrisville, Vermont.

Rutland dwellings.

Making maple sugar.

Clarendon spa and surroundings, Clarendon, Vt.

Entrance to cave, Skinner Hollow, Manchester, Vt.

Taconic Hotel, Manchester, Vt.

Island House.

Memphremagog House, Newport, Vt.

Taconic Hotel, Manchester, Vt.

Main St., Manchester, Vt.

Fairfax Falls, (from above,) Lamoille River, Vt.

[Group of people resting on the mountain top.]

Cave in the lower Lip.

View from Ox Bow cliff, Barnet, Vt.

Elephant Cliff.

[General view of Montpelier, Vermont.]

[Whetstoke Brook, Brattleboro, Vt.]

High Bridge, Winooski River, Vt.

View from Cemetery Hill (north), Brattleboro, Vt.

View approaching Willoughby Lake. Striped mountain in the distance.

Camel's Hump, Duxbury, Vt.

Vermont Marble Co.'s quarries, West Rutland, Vt.

[Group of women in front of house (identified on verso).]

[A group in front of a wood frame home or hotel, Brattleboro, Vt.]

St. Albans, from the residence of Hon. J. Gregory Smith, Lake Champlain in the distance.

Black River, Cavendish, and Ascutney Mountain, Vt.

Taconic Hotel, Manchester, Vt. Winter scene.

Windsor village, Main Street, looking south.

Memphremagog House, Newport, Vt.

[View of people on river (including woman with fishing pole).]

Evening clouds.

Summit House and Chin, from Nose, Mt. Mansfield.

[A. W. Tewksbury & Sons store and the Tewksbury home.]

Soldier's monument, St. Johnsbury, Vt.

School Street, Montpelier, Vt. [including view of the Union House].

Bardwell House.

Deep Gorge, Black River, Cavendish, Vt.

Maple sugar making. Tapping the sugar malpes [maples].

View approaching Willoughby Lake. Striped mountain in the distance.

Newport from Prospect Hill.

Black River, rotunda, Cavendish, Vt.

[View of a covered bridge.]

[View of a large home.]

Newport, Vermont, from Farrant's Point.

Curve of the Ox Bow, Waterford, Vt.

Willoughby Lake, west side.

Northfield, loooking west. No. [4].

[Group of students and teacher in front of school.]

Camel's Hump, Duxbury, Vt.

Holiday in the sugar orchard.

Valley of the White River, Hartford, Vt.

Entrance to cave, Skinner Hollow, Manchester, Vt.

[View of a wooden bridge.]

Main Street, Brattleboro, Vt.

At Great Gulf, Queechee [Quechee], Vt.

Village from the Smith farm.

[Sheldon Junction, general view.]

Willoughby Lake House.

Old peg factory on Whetstone Brook, carried away in 1869, Brattleboro, Vt.

Black River, Cavendish, and Ascutney Mountain, Vt.

Lake Memphremagog, from Prospect Hill.

Drift Rock.

Bolton Falls.

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