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View from the top of Pilot Knob. The advance of the army. . .
McClellan's advance on Yorktown, Va. April 6, 1862
Canada, ou Nouvelle France, &c. : ce qui est le plus advance vers le Septentrion est tiré de diverses relations des Anglois, Danois, &c. : vers le Midy les costes de Virginie ...
Near view of bombproof tent in the advance line in front of Petersburg, Va., August 7, 1864.
Abandoned stores. Advance, Alabama
Abandoned stores. Advance, Alabama
Old Belfry from which the Continental soldiers were warned of the advance of the British, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A.
Advance of civilization, end of track near Iron Point.
Near view of bombproof tent in the advance line in front of Petersburg, Va., August 7, 1864.
Abandoned stores. Advance, Alabama
Abandoned stores. Advance, Alabama
Old Belfry from which the Continental soldiers were warned of the advance of the British, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A.
Advance of civilization, end of track near Iron Point.
Billopp(sic) House, Tottenville, Staten Island, Issued by the Advance Pub. Co.
Near view of bombproof tent in the advance line in front of Petersburg, Va., August 7, 1864.
Abandoned stores. Advance, Alabama
Abandoned stores. Advance, Alabama
Public School No. 23, Mariners(sic) Harbor, Staten Island  Issued by the Advance Pub. Co.
The Middletown Mercury. Two Dollars a years in advance. Largest Circulation in the County, Job Printing. ; M. S. Stivers. ; Office Orange County Press. ; J. W. Slauson.
Old Belfry from which the Continental soldiers were warned of the advance of the British, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A.
Advance of civilization, end of track near Iron Point.
Near view of bombproof tent in the advance line in front of Petersburg, Va., August 7, 1864.
Abandoned stores. Advance, Alabama
Abandoned stores. Advance, Alabama
Old Belfry from which the Continental soldiers were warned of the advance of the British, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A.
Advance of civilization, end of track near Iron Point.