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PAGE 293. Pulling a passenger car of the New Haven road through

New York City by horses. — 4to. W. English.
1852

997 294. A similar scene during the winter season.

8vo. W. Amer. 1857 ...

1000 295. Assembling a north-bound train in New York City at

the spot where the engine was attached. 8vo. W.
Amer. 1857 .....

1002 296. A New York City ferry boat. - Sm. F. W. Amer. c. 1855

1004 297. First printed pictorial suggestion for an elevated railroad

in New York City. — 12mo. W. Amer. c. 1842.. 1010 298. A cartoonist's idea of an elevated railroad in Broadway,

New York City. — Sm. W. Amer. c. 1842.... 1013 299. Appearance of the first actual elevated railway in New York City. - Sm. W. Amer. Modern.

1015 300. An omnibus for city passenger traffic. Sm. F. W. Amer. c. 1855-1860....

1017 301. An early New Orleans street-car. 4to. W. Amer. 1855

1019 302. Street-car designed by Alexander Easton about 1858. 8vo. Lith. Amer. 1859....

1022 303. Two early street-cars in a Boston thoroughfare. — 4to. W. Amer. 1856.......

1025 304. An omnibus on sled-runners, used in Boston as substitute

for a winter street-car. - 4to. W. Amer. c. 1857. 1029 305. Another street-car designed by Alexander Easton about 1858. — 8vo. Lith. Amer. 1859....

1032 306. Explosion of the steamboat Helen McGregor. — 12mo. W. Amer. c. 1842.....

1038 307. Explosion of the steamboat Brilliant. - Sm. F. Lith. Col. German. c. 1856.....

1040 308. Wreck of the steamboat Swallow. - F. Lith. Amer. 1845 ...

1043 309. Burning of the steamboat Lexington. – L. F. Lith. Col. Amer. 1840......

1046 310. Concussion of two railway trains. — 12mo. W. Amer. 1842....

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PAGE 311. Accident to a railroad train in the Alleghany Mountains. 12mo. Col. Lith. English. 1853..

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1019 312. Collapse of an incomplete timber railroad bridge. 8vo. W. Amer. c. 1856.....

1053 313. Accident on the Camden and Amboy railroad. One of

the last of the pictorial Catastrophe Broadsides.
Lith. Amer. 1855..

1055 314. Collapse of a New York Central railroad bridge. 8vo. W. Amer. 1858....

1058 315. Cartoon following the introduction of locomotives on

the Harlem railroad. — 12mo. W. Amer. 1839.. 106+ 316. Cartoon indicating the unconcern with which destruc

tion of life by locomotives was at first viewed.
12mo. W. Amer. c. 1840....

1066 317. Cartoon suggesting the need of reducing the number of

railway collisions. — Sm. W. Amer. c. 1850.... 1069 318. A cartoon proposing the reduction of collisions by tying

railroad directors on the locomotives. Sm. 4to. W.
Amer. c. 1858......

1073 319. An early Kentucky railroad train. - Sm. C. Amer. 1837

1076 320. Louisville's stock certificate showing the city's part own

ership of an early railway. — F. O. D. 1835.... 1078 321. Picture of a railway train used on the notes of an early Michigan bank. — Sm. C. Amer. 1833..

1081 322. A train on the Erie and Kalamazoo railroad. 12mo.

W. Amer. c. 1865. Copy of a Sm. F. Lith.
1837

1086 323. Printed announcement of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad and a stage-coach company.

Sm. Adv. Amer. 1853 ...

1089 324. Cleveland's railway station in 1854. 12mo. Col. Lith. Amer. 1854.....

1093 325. Invitation ticket to the reception ball of the Atlantic and

Great Western Railway. — Cardboard. C. Amer.
1865 ....

1098 326. Cincinnati's railroad celebration of 1857. - Sm. F. W. Amer. 1857 ...

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327. Script issued by the Burnet House, of Cincinnati.

O. D. Lith. Amer. c. 1861...
328. A view of Detroit's water front and railroad terminals.

8vo. S. German. c. 1865..... 329. Published table showing the time consumed by a jour

ney from New York City to Chicago in 1848.

12mo. Amer. 1848. 330. A Chicago railroad station and passenger train. 4to.

W. Amer. 1857.... 331. A bird's-eye view of Chicago. - 8vo. S. German.

c. 1865... 332. Announcement by six railroads that travel between New

York City and St. Louis by rail had become possible.

12mo. W. and T. Adv. Amer. 1857.. 333. A view of the city of St. Louis. - Sm. F. Lith. Col.

German. c. 1856.... 334. Mouth of the Missouri River, with flatboats and steam

boats.

Sm. F. Lith. Col. German. c. 1856.... 335. A large Indian canoe of the West. 12mo. Lith.

Amer.

c. 1835..... 336. Skin ferry boats of the Flathead and other Indians.

8vo. Col. Lith. Amer. c. 1855.... 337. A small steamboat of the western rivers. 4to. Lith.

c. 1857.... 338. Camp of an overland military expedition in the West.

Sm. F. Lith. Col. German. c. 1856... 339. An Indian village of the West. — Sm. F. Lith. Col. German.

c. 1856..... 340. Yankton Sioux watching a steamboat on the Missouri River.-F. W. German.

German. c. 1855...... 341. Fort Benton, on the upper Missouri. — 8vo. Col.

Lith. Amer. c. 1861.... 342. Native horseman of the plains. — 8vo.

- 8vo. S. Amer. 1845 ... 343. An outpost bull bison on guard. - 8vo. S. Amer. c.

1858 .... 344. Overland emigrants passing through an Indian village. - 8vo. W. Amer. c. 1852...

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PAGE 345. A wagon train attacked by Indians. F. S. Amer. c. 1855 ..

1174 346. Disaster to a wagon bound for Pike's Peak. — F. W. Amer. c. 1858....

1177 347. Overland emigrants’ wagons passing Fort Laramie. 8vo. Lith. Amer. c. 1850..

1179 348. Wagon train approaching Fort Mohave. — F. Lith. Amer. c. 1855..

1183 349. Independence, Missouri, during the period of overland

travel by wagons. — Şm. F. S. German. c. 1853 1191 350. View of Kansas City in its earliest days. — 4to. S. Amer. c. 1850....

1193 351. A view of Kansas City in 1872. — Sm. W. Amer. 1872 ..

1196 352. A wind wagon of the prairies. 8vo. W. Amer. c. 1856 .

1198 353. A prairie fire. — Sm. F. Lith. Col. German. c. 1856

, 1201 354. Manner of conveying a wagon across a western river too

deep to be forded. - 8vo. Lith. Amer. c. 1858.. 1203 355. A wagon train descending a hill. — 8vo. Lith. Amer. c. 1855 ..

1207 356. Long wagon train making its way through a valley. — 8vo. Lith. Amer. c. 1855....

1210 357. Wagon train in the Black Hills. - 12mo. Lith. Col. Amer. 1876 ....

1214 358. Taking a wagon through a Wyoming Cañon. — 12mo. Lith. Col. Amer. 1876..

1217 359. A horse-litter of the West. — 12mo. W. Amer. 1859. 1220

. 360. St. Paul in its early years. — Sm. F. Lith. Amer.

. C. 1858

1223 361. The Rubber Stamp Map of the Northwest. - L. F. Lith. Amer. 1864...

1225 362. Dog-sled of the far West. — F. W. German. 1862... 1228 363. Announcement of a stage-coach company of the Northwest. - 8vo. Adv. Amer. 1872..

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364 Nauvoo, Illinois, as it appeared before its evacuation

by the Mormons. Sm. F. Lith. Col. German.

1856 365. Ruins of the Mormon Temple at Nauvoo. - F. S.

English. 1855...... 366. A Mormon wagon train on the Oregon trail crossing the

Missouri at Council Bluffs in 1853. — F. S. English.

1855. 367. Mormon wagon train crossing the Loup Fork ferry on

the Oregon trail. — F. S. English. 1855..... 338. An early view of a street in Salt Lake City. — 8vo.

Lith. Amer. c. 1852... 369. A pack-train caravan ·near Huerfaño Butte, New Mex

ico. - 4to. S. Amer. c. 1860..... 370. Wagons halted near the Red River. - 8vo. S. Ger

c. 1853.. 371. Caravan on the Santa Fé trail, approaching the city of

Santa Fé. 8vo. S. Amer. c. 1836... 372. A steamboat in Mohave Cañon. — Sm. F. S. Amer.

c. 1865... 373. Title page of Sherwood's Pocket Guide to California.

8vo. Amer. 1849..... 374. A scene in St. Louis during the overland migrations.

8vo. W. Amer. c. 1856 .... 375. Scene of the tragedy at Donner Lake in 1846-1847. –

12mo. W. Amer. 1870. From a photograph taken

about fifteen years after the event... 376. Family crossing the plains on the way to California.

F. W. Amer. 1852.... 377. Sutter's Fort as it appeared in 1849. - 8vo. Lith.

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Amer. c. 1852... 378. Sacramento, California, as it appeared in 1850. — Sm.

F. S. German. c. 1856..... 379. Wagons of the gold seekers moving between Sacramento

and the mines. - 8vo. Lith. Amer. c. 1852..... 380. A miner as he appeared at work. — 8vo. W. Amer. 1852 ...

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