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A plan of the town of Boston with the intrenchments &ca. of His Majesty's forces in 1775, from the observations of Lieut. Page of His Majesty's Corps of Engineers, and from those of other gentlemen.

A plan of the town of Boston, with the intrenchments &c. of His Majestys forces in 1775: From the observations of Lieut. Page of His Majesty's Corps of Engineers; and from the plans of other gentlemen.

Ignacio Garcini y Queralt (1752–1825), Brigadier of Engineers

sketch from "An account of the second defence of the fortress of Badajoz by the French in 1812 ... Translated by an Officer of the Royal Engineers"

sketch from "An account of the second defence of the fortress of Badajoz by the French in 1812 ... Translated by an Officer of the Royal Engineers"

map from "An account of the second defence of the fortress of Badajoz by the French in 1812 ... Translated by an Officer of the Royal Engineers"

map from "An account of the second defence of the fortress of Badajoz by the French in 1812 ... Translated by an Officer of the Royal Engineers"

Map of the country embracing the various routes surveyed for the Balt. & Ohio Rail Road by order of the Board of Engineers.

Stableford Bridge from "The Book of The Grand Junction Railway, being a history and description of the line from Birmingham to Liverpool and Manchester ... By T. Roscoe, assisted by the resident engineers of the line"

near Whitmore from "The Book of The Grand Junction Railway, being a history and description of the line from Birmingham to Liverpool and Manchester ... By T. Roscoe, assisted by the resident engineers of the line"

England from "The Book of The Grand Junction Railway, being a history and description of the line from Birmingham to Liverpool and Manchester ... By T. Roscoe, assisted by the resident engineers of the line"

Aston viaduct from "The Book of The Grand Junction Railway, being a history and description of the line from Birmingham to Liverpool and Manchester ... By T. Roscoe, assisted by the resident engineers of the line"

England from "The Book of The Grand Junction Railway, being a history and description of the line from Birmingham to Liverpool and Manchester ... By T. Roscoe, assisted by the resident engineers of the line"

map from "The Book of The Grand Junction Railway, being a history and description of the line from Birmingham to Liverpool and Manchester ... By T. Roscoe, assisted by the resident engineers of the line"

bridge from "The Book of The Grand Junction Railway, being a history and description of the line from Birmingham to Liverpool and Manchester ... By T. Roscoe, assisted by the resident engineers of the line"

bridge from "The Book of The Grand Junction Railway, being a history and description of the line from Birmingham to Liverpool and Manchester ... By T. Roscoe, assisted by the resident engineers of the line"

map from "The Book of The Grand Junction Railway, being a history and description of the line from Birmingham to Liverpool and Manchester ... By T. Roscoe, assisted by the resident engineers of the line"

map from "The Book of The Grand Junction Railway, being a history and description of the line from Birmingham to Liverpool and Manchester ... By T. Roscoe, assisted by the resident engineers of the line"

Liverpool from "The Book of The Grand Junction Railway, being a history and description of the line from Birmingham to Liverpool and Manchester ... By T. Roscoe, assisted by the resident engineers of the line"

railway from "The Book of The Grand Junction Railway, being a history and description of the line from Birmingham to Liverpool and Manchester ... By T. Roscoe, assisted by the resident engineers of the line"

canal from "The Book of The Grand Junction Railway, being a history and description of the line from Birmingham to Liverpool and Manchester ... By T. Roscoe, assisted by the resident engineers of the line"

map from "The Book of The Grand Junction Railway, being a history and description of the line from Birmingham to Liverpool and Manchester ... By T. Roscoe, assisted by the resident engineers of the line"

Map of the rail roads, from Rome to Albany and Troy, by one of the engineers who assisted in contructing, prepared from actual survey.

technology from "On submarine foundations, particularly the screw-pile and moorings, by A. Mitchell. And an account of the Maplin Sand lighthouse, by J. B. Redman. With abstracts of the discussions upon both papers. Revised by C. Manby. Excerpt Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers"

[William Wierman Wright, head-shoulders portrait facing right]

Complete railway map designed and engraved from the original maps, charts and schedules furnished by railway engineers, agents &c to accompany the American Railway Guide.

[United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.). Extension. South Wing. Hall of Representatives. Ceiling. Reflected plan rendering] / Tho. U. Walter, architect, extension, U.S. Capitol ; M.C. Meigs, capt. of engineers, in charge.

Map of the Philadelphia & Baltimore Rail Road as located by W. Strickland & B. H. Latrobe, Esqrs., civ. engineers. Showing also the present route by steamboat & the N. Castle R. Road, & that proposed to be constructed by way of Oxford & Port-Deposit.

Map of the Philadelphia & Baltimore Rail Road as located by W. Strickland & B. H. Latrobe, Esqrs., civ. engineers. Showing also the present route by steamboat & the N. Castle R. Road, & that proposed to be constructed by way of Oxford & Port-Deposit.

Lieutenant-Colonel Chapman, C.B., Royal Engineers

Captain Staunton [i.e., Stanton], Royal Engineers

[United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.). North wing. West end. Stairs to cellar. Sections] / M.C. Meigs, Capt. of engineers; Tho. U. Walter, Archt. ex. U.S.C.

[United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.). South wing. Basement. Eastern stairway. Plan and sections] / M.C. Meigs, Capt. of engineers, 9 April 1857 ; Tho. U. Walter, Archt. ex. U.S.C.

[United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.). North wing. Principal story. Western stairway. Elevations, perspectives and sections] / M.C. Meigs, Capt. of engineers ; Tho. U. Walter, Archt. ex. U.S.C.

[United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.). Room 88, N.W. Skylight. Plan and sections] / M.C. Meigs, Capt. of engineers, 30 April 1858.

Verkstadspersonal i Göteborg 1859 - 1860.

Map from "Annual Report of Captain A. A. H., Topographical Engineers, in charge of Office of Explorations and Surveys, War Department"

Gen. John G. Foster, U.S.A. Capt U.S. Engineers in 1861

Lt. Col. C.E. Colgate, 15th N.Y. Engineers

Lt. Col. C.E. Colgate, 15th N.Y. Engineers

Topographical Map of Memphis and Vicinity. Surveyed & drawn by order of Maj. Genl. W. T. Sherman under the Direction of the Chief Topl. Engr., Dept. of the Tennessee, by Pitzman & Frick, Asst. Topl. Engineers.

Map showing Approximate Position and Entrenchments of the Army of Miss. [along the Chattahoochee and in the vicinities of Marietta and Dallas and Kennesaw and Lost Mountains] Together with the respective positions occupied by Hardee's & Hood's Corps, Army Tenn., From May 25th to the 9th July 1864. Engineers Office, Army of Miss. Walter J. Morris, Captain, actg. Chief Eng'r. Fred. G. Gutherz, Del.

Capt. R.S. Williamson, U.S. Engineers

[...] George Thom, Lt Col., Corps of Engineers

Galveston, Texas. . . Prepared by Order of Maj. Gen. N. P. Banks. Maj. D. C. Houston, Chief Engineers... Authorities, Coast Survey Charts [and] Reconnoissances by W. S. Long, Asst. Engr., in Decr. 1862, Giving information furnished by refugees, Apr. 15th, 1864. Drawn by H. Holtz.

[...] George Thom, Lt Col., Corps of Engineers

[...] George Thom, Lt Col., Corps of Engineers

Col. C.B. Stuart, 50th N.Y. Engineers

Gen. J.F. Hall, Col. 1st N.Y. Engineers

Surg. H.A. Potter, 50th N.Y. Engineers

Church of Petersburg, Va, built by 50th N.Y. engineers

Map of Tishomingo County, Mississippi. Compiled under the Direction of Col. George Thom, A.D.C. & Chief of Topl. Engineers, Dept. of the Mississippi.

Lt. Col. C.E. Colgate, 15th N.Y. Engineers

Topographical Map of the Battle Field of Nashville, Tenn., 15th & 16th Dec. 1864. Prepared under the direction of Col. Wm. E. Merrill, 1st U.S.V.V. Engineers, Chief Engineer, Dept. of the Cumberland, By Major James R. Willett, 1st U.S.V.V. Engineers, Chief Inspector R. R. Defences, Dept. of the Cumberland. Surveyed by Chs. Peseux & John H. Willett, 1864-[186]5. Drawn by Chs. Peseux.

Gen. John G. Foster, U.S.A. Capt U.S. Engineers in 1861

Capt. R.S. Williamson, U.S. Engineers

Gen. J.F. Hall, Col. 1st N.Y. Engineers

Battlefield of Pleasant Hill. Surveyed and Drawn by Lt. S. E. McGregory By Order of Maj. D. C. Houston, Chief Engineers, D.O.G. [Department of the Gulf].

Gen. J.F. Hall, Col. 1st N.Y. Engineers

Gen. John G. Foster, U.S.A. Capt U.S. Engineers in 1861

Church of Petersburg, Va, built by 50th N.Y. engineers

Capt. R.S. Williamson, U.S. Engineers

Plan of the 1st Battle of Bull Run Virginia 21st July 1861. Topography from U.S. Engineers official map.

[Unidentified soldiers in Union officers' uniforms and hats with engineers' insignia seated outdoors with food on their laps]

Hudson, Benj H - Age [Blank], Year: 1861 - Engineers, CSA, Ho-L - Raised Directly by the Confederate Government

[Unidentified sailor in Union engineer lieutenant commander's uniform] / W.E. James, photographer, 267 Fulton Street, (opposite Clinton,) Brooklyn.

Officers of 15th New York Engineers

Church in camp of 50th New York Engineers in front of Petersburg, Va.

Fort Pickens, Fla., [and vicinity]. Showing the positions and strength of the Enemy's Batteries, so far as known by actual observation, and also of our own sand Batteries. [Signed] Lt. Walter McFarland, U. S. Corps Engineers, Fort Pickens, June 10, 1861.

Map of the Battle Fields of Manassas and the Surrounding Region Showing the Various Actions of the 21st July 1861, Between the Armies of the Confederate States and the United States. Surveyed and Drawn by W. G. Atkinson, Acting 1st Lieu't., Engineers...Headquarters, 1st Corps, Army of Potomac [Confederate], Manassas Junction, August 1861.

City of Boston. All persons within the City of Boston having gunpowder or fireworks on their premises contrary to the laws of the Commonwealth, and the rules and regulations of the Board of Engineers of the Boston Fire Department are hereby noti

Petersburg, Virginia (vicinity). Field and staff officer's quarters. Camp of 50th New York Engineers

map from "[Message from the Governor of Maryland [Philip Francis Thomas] transmitting the reports of the Joint Commissioners, and of Lt. Col. Graham, U. S. Engineers, in relation to the intersection of the boundary lines of the States of Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Delaware.]"

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Topographical Engineers, Camp Winfield Scott

Map of Jefferson County, Va. photographed for the Bureau of Topographical Engineers Oct., 1862.

Topographical engineers at Headquarters, Army of Potomac, in front of Yorktown, Va.

Petersburg, Virginia (vicinity). Church and camp of the 50th New York Engineers

Petersburg, Virginia (vicinity). Col. Ira Spaulding's quarters. Camp of the 50th New York Engineers

[Petersburg, Virginia?]. Officer and men of Company E, 1st New York Engineers

Reconnaissance of the Battle field at Bull Run, Va., fought July 21, 1861. Made on March 14, 1862, by Henry L. Abbot, 1st Lieut., Top. Engineers.

Map of Montgomery County, Maryland. Compiled in the Bureau of Topographical Engineers from the latest and best authorities, Sept. 1862.

Map of Hertford and part of Northampton and Bertie counties, N.C. : surveyed under the direction of A.H. Campbell, Capt. of Engineers & Ch'f. Topog'l Dep't N.D. Va.

Yours truly, D. B. Harris

Map of the Battlefield of Champion's [sic] Hill, May 16th, 1863 ... Engineers' Office, Dept. of the Tenn., Capt. C. B. Comstock, Chief Engr. From Surveys by F. Tunica, Asst. Engr., and Sketches by Brig. Genl. A. P. Hovey & Capt. A. Hickenloper [sic]. Drawn by H. A. Ulffers, Asst. Engr.

Sheet No. 1. Map of the Battle Field of Chickamauga, September 19th, 1863, Between the United States Forces commanded by Maj. Gen. W. S. Rosecrans and the Confederate Army under Gen. Braxton Bragg. Compiled under the direction of Col. W. E. Merrill, Chief Engr., Dept. of the Cumberland, by Edward Ruger...Published by authority of the Hon. Secretary of War in the Office of the Chief of Engineers, U. S. Army.

Co. "B", U.S. Engineers, in front of Petersburg, Aug. 1864

Views in camp of 50th New York Engineers in front of Petersburg, Va.

Rappahannock Station, Virginia. Quarters of line officers. 50th New York Engineers

Winter camp of 50th N.Y. Engineers, Rappahannock Station

Assistant engineers at headquarters Army of Potomac, November, 1864

Jericho Mills, Virginia. 50th New York Engineers constructing road on south bank of North Anna River

Pontoon wagon and boat, 50th New York Engineers, Rappahannock (i.e. Brandy) Station, Va., March, (i.e. Feb.) 1864

Pontoon wagon and boat, 50th New York Engineers, Rappahannock Station, Va., March, 1864

Stockade and entrance to camp of 50th New York Engineers, Rappahannock Station, Va.

Savannah, Georgia (vicinity). Army engineers removing a 48-pdr. 8-inch Columbiad from Fort McAllister

[Petersburg], [Virginia]. Group of Engineers and Draughtsmen, headquarters, Army of the Potomac

Co. B, U.S. Engineers in front of Petersburg, Va., August, 1864

Petersburg, Virginia. Surg. Charles N. Hewitt, 50th New York Engineers

[Part of DeKalb and Fulton County, Georgia : compiled for the use of the Topographical Engineers from the original land map and surveys of DeKalb County /

Assistant Engineers at Headquarters Army of Potomac, Brandy Station, Va., January, 1864