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Puerto Rico Defenses

Anti-aircraft, Puerto Rico, pre-war

[Tools necessary to prove and load guns]

Wasp stinging frolick [Cuts] Or engagement between the American sloop of war Wasp, of 18 guns, and the British Sloop of War Frolick, of 20 guns. [Boston] Printed by Nathaniel Coverley, Jun [1812].

[Cut] Sixth naval victory. The U. S. Brig. Enterprize of 14 guns, commanded by Lieut. William Burrows, took after an engagement of 45 minutes, the British Brig of War Boxer, of 18 guns, Capt. Bluth, who with about 50 of his men were killed and w

A complete list of the American navy. showing the name, number of guns, commander's name, and station of each vessel, to October, 1813- Including those on the lakes. [1813].

[Cut] Another glorious victory. Newport Oct. 18, 1813. This afternoon arrived in this habour the British Packer Morgiana, Capt. Cunningham, of 18 guns, and 50 men, prize to the privateer Saratoga, Capt. Addington of New Yok ... [ 7 stanzas of ve

[Two hunters holding guns, three dogs, and man carrying game and wiping his brow in field surrounded by woods]

A proclamation. Mayor's office, Washington Dec. 23, 1828. Whereas it has been too much the habit of idle and inconsiderable persons, on Christmas and New Year's day and Eve, to indulge firing off guns, pistols, squibs, and crackers, and burning

Hunting slaves with dogs and guns.

[Algerian horsemen firing off guns] / Paul Delamain.

U. S. Ship North Carolina, 102 Guns

U. S. Ship North Carolina, 102 Guns

U.S. ship of the line Pennsylvania: 140 guns

United States "Auxiliary Screw" steam frigate "Merrimac" 60 guns. Off the entrance to New York harbour / T.G. Dutton, del et lith. ; Day & Son, Lithrs. to the Queen.

United States "Auxiliary Screw" steam frigate "Merrimac" 60 guns. Off the entrance to New York harbour / T.G. Dutton, del et lith. ; Day & Son, Lithrs. to [the Queen].

Trophy guns, West Point.

The 30 lb. [...] parrot guns that shelled Charleston from Morris Island.

Park of rifled guns & machine shop, Navy Yard, Charlestown, Mass.

Park of rifled guns & machine shop, Navy Yard, Charlston, Mass.

15 inch guns, Charlestown Navy Yard.

Park of rifled guns & machine shop, Navy Yard, Charlestown, Mass.

Park of rifled guns & machine shop, Navy Yard, Charlestown, Mass.

15 inch guns, Charlestown Navy Yard.

Park of rifled guns & machine shop, Navy Yard, Charlestown, Mass.

Trophy guns, West Point.

The 30 lb. [...] parrot guns that shelled Charleston from Morris Island.

Park of rifled guns & machine shop, Navy Yard, Charlston, Mass.

Topographical sketch near Fort Staunton from points not under fire of its guns : [Washington D.C.].

Capt. Jim Smith's full battery of four guns

Quaker guns.

Land Battery of Naval Guns

Park of captured guns at Rockette, Richmond, Va.

[Two views: Group of guns and gun carriages dismantled by Major Anderson at Fort Moultire; Battery at Fort Moultrie, bearing on Fort Sumter]

Salute of 161 guns

[Page of text with articles: Commander Dahlgren and his guns; the Washington Navy-yard; the United States fleet off Fort Pickens; the Departure of the "Atlantic" and "Baltic" with troops; and Ye knyghte, ye squire, and ye ladye, a metrical romance of the Middle Ages]

[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform with sword and two guns]

Captured brass Howitzer guns at the Rocketts, Richmond, Va.

Scene in Ft. Totten, near Washington. Aiming and working the great guns.

[Mounted guns and ammunition around the perimeter of a fort, and tents in the background]

Enoch T. Carson to S. P. Chase, Tuesday, July 09, 1861 (Guns for Kentucky)

Park of captured guns at Rockette, Richmond, Va.

Burning of the U.S. ship of the line Pennsylvania, 140 guns : and other vessels, at the Gosport Navy Yard, Norfolk, Va. on the night of April 20th 1861

Captured brass Howitzer guns at the Rocketts, Richmond, Va.

Scene in Ft. Totten, near Washington. Aiming and working the great guns.

Siege of Yorktown. Federal Battery No. 1 near Farnhold's house, mounting one 200 pdr. and ten 100 pdr. rifled guns

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Northeast view of Federal Battery No. 1 at Farenhold house, York River. Mounting one 200 pdr. And five 100 pdr. Rifled guns

Yorktown, Virginia. Confederate water battery with Dahlgren 11-inch smooth bore naval guns

Dutch Gap Canal, Virginia. (Drewry's Bluff, James River) A giant sling-cart to carry siege guns

Gloucester, Virginia. Water battery mounting heavy guns

Yorktown, Virginia (vicinity). Federal Battery No. 1 two miles below Yorktown. Parrott guns in peach orchard

Siege of Yorktown. Federal Battery No. 1, near Farnhold's house, mounting one 200 pdr. and ten 100 pdr. guns

Terrific combat between the "Monitor" 2 guns & "Merrimac" 11 guns: in Hampton Roads March 9th., 1862

Abraham Lincoln to George B. McClellan, Thursday, May 01, 1862 (McClellan's request for Parrott guns)

Fort Pulaski, Georgia. View of guns: JEFFERSON DAVIS, BEAUREGARD and STEPHENS

The war in Georgia -- Reconnoissance of a detachment of national troops and sailors from the gunboat Western World, beyond Fort Jackson, Savannah River -- Expedition fired on by the Rebels / from a sketch by our special artist. The war in Virginia ; The U.S. steamer Wyandank, dismounting and removing guns from the Rebel batteries at Cockpit Point, on the Potomac River, March 11 / from a sketch by Mr. V.O. Traynor, quartermaster of the Wyandank.

Centreville, Virginia. Confederate fort on the heights with Quaker guns

Pivot guns crew, U.S. Steamer Pocahontas

The Pacific Mail Company's steamer "Golden Gate," burned at sea July 27, 1862 The United States Infantry burning the house of the Rebel Ruffin under the guns of the United States gun-boat "Mahaska" / / sketched by an officer of the "Mahaska."

Terrific Combat Between the "Monitor" 2 Guns & "Merrimac" 11 Guns – In Hampton Roads March 9th, 1862 – In which the little "Monitor" whipped the "Merrimac" and the whole "School" of Rebel Steamers

A Night Scout in the Southwest – Surprise of an Outpost, and Survey of the Rebel Guns (from Harper's Weekly)

The war in Virginia--Capture of three Rebel guns, near Culpeper, by General Custen's cavalry brigade, Sept. 14 / from a sketch by our special artist, Mr. Edwin Forbes.

Confederates dragging guns up Kenesaw

The Campaign in Georgia--Geary's division digging the guns out of a rebel battery before Resaca, on the night of May 15, 1864

View in the Arsenal Yard, Charleston, S.C. Captured Blakely Guns in the foreground

View of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), showing the debris, shot, shell, and broken guns

Sea face of Fort Sumpter [Sumter], showing broken guns, shot, shell, etc., Charleston, S.C.

Sea face of Fort Sumpter [Sumter], showing broken guns, shot, shell, etc., Charleston, S.C.

Captured siege guns, at Rocketts, Richmond, Va.

Captured seige guns, at Rocketts, Richmond, Va

Washington, District of Columbia. Officers and men, 3d Regiment Massachusetts Heavy Artillery by Columbiad guns, Fort Totten

Captured siege guns, at Rocketts, Richmond, Va.

Captured guns at Richmond ready for transportation to Washington, May, 1865

Park of captured guns at Rocketts, Richmond, Va.

Guns in front of Government building.

International Exhibition, Phila., Pa.: Rodman Guns in front of Government Building

The Krupp guns in Machinery Hall

Guns in front of Government building.

Guns.

Ho! for the New Eldorado! 1,400 second-hand six-shooters for sale. Also 1,100 double-barrel shot guns and 1,000 winchester rifles! As the route from Independence to Carpenter City lies through the Cheyenne and Arrapahoe Country, it is necessary

[Position of the Second Battalion of the Fire Brigade, armed with guns on the parade ground in front of the barracks] / Abdullah Frères, Phot., Constantinople.

Grand result Buying guns, ammunition, and fishing tackle from Paul Meyers, 625 South Second St., and 212 Vine St., Philadelphia, Pa. / / W. R. Hallowell, del., Phila.

"When the Spring-time comes, gentle"--Indian! Polygamous barbarian: "Much guns, much ammunition much whiskey, and much kill pale-face."/ / Th. Nast. Exiles from Russia--their first day in New York / from a sketch by S.F. Yeager

The allies under the new flag - the Republicans and the monopolists train their guns on the workingmen / Gillam.

Man, Guns, and Horse

U.S.S. Vesuvius, barrels of dynamite guns

Blowing from guns in British India / painted by Vassili Verestchagin.

U.S.S. Vesuvius, breech of dynamite guns

A Group of guns at U.S. Naval Academy

U.S.S. Vesuvius, air chambers of dynamite guns

Guns of Old Fort Henry, Kingston, Ontario

U.S.S. Vesuvius, muzzles of dynamite guns

U.S.S. Vesuvius, breeches of dynamite guns

U.S.S. Miantonomoh, 10 inch guns and forward turret

Rifle guns, Pine Ridge Agency, Jan. 18th, 1891

U.S.S. Miantonomoh, mounting 10-inch guns

U.S.S. Newark, machine guns

U.S.S. Miantonomoh, mounting 10 inch guns

U.S.S. Miantonomoh, mounting 10-inch guns

John Bull train and great Krupp Guns, Columbian Exposition.