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Le 1er. Juillet 1801, Toussaint-L'Ouverture, chargés des pouvoirs du peuple d'Haïty et auspices du Tout-puissante, proclame la Gouverneur général, assisté des mandataires légalement convoqués, en présence  et sous les Constitution de la république d'Haïty / lith. de Villain, r. de Sèvres No. 11.

Le 1er. Juillet 1801, Toussaint-L'Ouverture, chargés des pouvoirs du p...

Print shows a Haitian military officer, holding a printed copy of the Constitution of 1801, standing opposite a bishop appealing to an image of God or Moses in the heavens, with other Haitians and soldiers gath... More

Le 1er. Juillet 1801, Toussaint-L'Ouverture, chargés des pouvoirs du peuple d'Haïty et auspices du Tout-puissante, proclame la Gouverneur général, assisté des mandataires légalement convoqués, en présence  et sous les Constitution de la république d'Haïty / lith. de Villain, r. de Sèvres No. 11.

Le 1er. Juillet 1801, Toussaint-L'Ouverture, chargés des pouvoirs du p...

Print shows a Haitian military officer, holding a printed copy of the Constitution of 1801, standing opposite a bishop appealing to an image of God or Moses in the heavens, with other Haitians and soldiers gath... More

Johann Eckstein to Thomas Jefferson, February 27, 1801
December 16, 1801, Fauquier, For sale of vacant glebe in Hamilton Parish.

December 16, 1801, Fauquier, For sale of vacant glebe in Hamilton Pari...

Picryl description: Public domain copy of a historic document - petition, free to use, no copyright restrictions image.

A map of Mackenzie's track from Fort Chipewyan to the Pacific Ocean in 1793.

A map of Mackenzie's track from Fort Chipewyan to the Pacific Ocean in...

"... Published 15 Oct. 1801 ..." Relief shown by hachures. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Vault

Nidanme, print by Utamaro Kitagawa

Nidanme, print by Utamaro Kitagawa

Print shows the young samurai Rikiya placing a gift in front of Konami with her mother standing behind her and Honzo observing from behind a screen, from act 2 of the chushingura. Title and other descriptive in... More

Abraham Baldwin and Benjamin Taliaferro to Thomas Jefferson, March 5, 1801
Mirabeau - Le Libertin de qualité ou Ma Conversion, 1801 fig. t1 p. 53

Mirabeau - Le Libertin de qualité ou Ma Conversion, 1801 fig. t1 p. 53

Français : Mirabeau - Le Libertin de qualité ou Ma Conversion, figure Public domain photograph of 19th-century erotic portrait, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Mirabeau - Le Libertin de qualité ou Ma Conversion, 1801 fig. t1 p. 80

Mirabeau - Le Libertin de qualité ou Ma Conversion, 1801 fig. t1 p. 80

Français : Mirabeau - Le Libertin de qualité ou Ma Conversion, figure Public domain photograph of erotic art, sexuality, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Mirabeau - Le Libertin de qualité ou Ma Conversion, 1801 fig. t2 p. 138

Mirabeau - Le Libertin de qualité ou Ma Conversion, 1801 fig. t2 p. 13...

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Nagasaki no chizu Historic map, Library of Congress

Nagasaki no chizu Historic map, Library of Congress

Japanese print shows map of harbor area of Nagasaki. Nagasaki print. One corner is torn. Backed with sheet of paper covered with Japanese writing. Annotations, stamps, etc. on verso of print: 176; 47623a. Earl... More

Ōkarakuri, print by Utamaro Kitagawa

Ōkarakuri, print by Utamaro Kitagawa

Print shows a woman working a peepshow box for two children. Title and other descriptive information compiled by Nichibunken-sponsored Edo print specialists in 2005-06. From the series: Fūryū kodakara awase : A... More

Elbridge Gerry to Thomas Jefferson, May 4, 1801
Abraham Baldwin and Benjamin Taliaferro to Thomas Jefferson, March 5, 1801
Suehirogari, Katsushika Hokusai

Suehirogari, Katsushika Hokusai

Print shows two dancers, one holding a fan and the other holding a parasol. Title and other descriptive information compiled by Nichibunken-sponsored Edo print specialists in 2005-06. One page from an illustrat... More

The Farmers toast, British Cartoon Print

The Farmers toast, British Cartoon Print

British cartoon showing six fat farmers eating and drinking at a table. The farmers are 'monopolists', accused of holding corn in hopes of a still higher price. Forms part of : British Cartoon Prints Collectio... More

A Cognocenti contemplating ye Beauties of ye Antique / Js. Gillray--invt--& fect., British Cartoon Print

A Cognocenti contemplating ye Beauties of ye Antique / Js. Gillray--in...

An elderly Sir William Hamilton inspecting his antiquities, all of which refer to his wife, Lady Emma Hamilton and her lover, Lord Horatio Nelson. In the background hang four pictures on the wall: "Cleopatra", ... More

Thomas Jefferson, President of the United States

Thomas Jefferson, President of the United States

Thomas Jefferson, full-length portrait, standing beside table, facing slightly right, holding the Declaration of Independence and pointing to it.

Thomas Jefferson to Tench Coxe, February 11, 1801
Albert Gallatin to Thomas Jefferson, December 13, 1801, Warrants
Thomas Jefferson to Marquis de Yrujo, March 24, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, December 29, 1801, Circular
Thomas Jefferson A. Burr, June 23, 1801, Conversation
Thomas Jefferson to Reverend James Madison, May 9, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to Henry Dearborn, September 5, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to Charles Willson Peale, February 21, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, May 26, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to Henry Dearborn, June 27, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to Josef Yznardi, July 22, 1801, Illegible, in Spanish
Jonathan Church to W. W. Burrows, October 24, 1801, Enclosure
Thomas Jefferson to William Jones, May 16, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to Samuel Smith, July 11, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to Senate, March 5, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to Samuel L. Mitchill, March 27, 1801
Treasury Department, March 31, 1801, Statement on Marine Vessel Receipts by State, 1798-1801

Treasury Department, March 31, 1801, Statement on Marine Vessel Receip...

Statement on Marine Vessel Receipts by State, 1798-1801

Thomas Jefferson to Samuel Smith, June 24, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to William Thornton, Alexander White, and Tristam Dalton, Commissioners, September 3, 1801
Vue brillante de l'aniversaire du 14 juillet 1801

Vue brillante de l'aniversaire du 14 juillet 1801

Print shows a crowd viewing fireworks at a Bastille Day celebration in Paris, France. A balloon appears in the upper right corner. "du 25 Messidor de l'Ang. Feu d'arlifice tiré á l'etoile des Champs Elyseés, ... More

Thomas Jefferson to Robert R. Livingston, August 28, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to Charles Pinckney, March 6, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Habersham, March 23, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Sumter, March 24, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to Tarleton Bates, February 28, 1801, Illegible
Thomas Jefferson to Enoch Edwards, May 11, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to Samuel Smith, September 26, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to Robert Lawson, June 22, 1801, Illegible
Thomas Jefferson to Gideon Granger, October 31, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to Isaac Weaver, March 21, 1801
Navy Department to Thomas Jefferson, August 10, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to Mary Jefferson Eppes, July 16, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to Nicholas King, May 29, 1801
John Adams, December 12, 1801, Midnight Appointments List of Officers
Thomas Jefferson to Pierpont Edwards, July 21, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to Wilson Cary Nicholas, October 25, 1801
Bate Dyke to Thomas Jefferson, May 12, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to Eliza House Trist, July 1, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to Albert Gallatin, November 12, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to Levi Lincoln, April 10, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to Andrew Alexander, January 5, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to Fulwar Skipwith, October 3, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to William Kiltey, March 20, 1801, Partly Illegible
Futamigaura, print by Utamaro Kitagawa

Futamigaura, print by Utamaro Kitagawa

Print shows three women walking in the surf at the edge of a beach at Futamigaura, with view of one of the Meotoiwa (wedded rocks) and the knotted ropes in the background. Title and other descriptive informatio... More

Alexander G. Outlaw to Unknown, March 22, 1801
Hinamatsuri

Hinamatsuri

Print shows a woman and children at a tea party. Public domain photograph of 19th-century woodblock print, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Edward Gantt to Thomas Jefferson, October 11, 1801
Stephen Sayre to James Madison, October 30, 1801.

Stephen Sayre to James Madison, October 30, 1801.

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

John Sinclair to Thomas Jefferson, June 22, 1801
James Kyle, Jr. to Thomas Jefferson, January 5, 1801
James Maury to James Madison, October 24, 1801. With Copy.

James Maury to James Madison, October 24, 1801. With Copy.

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

James Maury to James Madison, October 24, 1801. With Copy.

James Maury to James Madison, October 24, 1801. With Copy.

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

James Maury to James Madison, October 24, 1801. With Copy.

James Maury to James Madison, October 24, 1801. With Copy.

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

Joseph Anderson and William Cocke to Thomas Jefferson, February 26, 1801
John Strode to James Madison, April 9, 1801.

John Strode to James Madison, April 9, 1801.

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

Gabriel Duvall to James Madison, November 12, 1801.

Gabriel Duvall to James Madison, November 12, 1801.

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

John Delacy to Thomas Jefferson, November 3, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to J. Bureaux-Pusy, September 3, 1801, with Copy
David Lenox to James Madison, October 12, 1801. with list and abstracts of applications for the discharge of seamen.

David Lenox to James Madison, October 12, 1801. with list and abstract...

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Nicholas King to Thomas Jefferson, May 28, 1801
Benjamin Henfrey to Thomas Jefferson, December 19, 1801
Isaac Bridges to Henry Dearborn, June 19, 1801.

Isaac Bridges to Henry Dearborn, June 19, 1801.

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

Robert R. Livingston to Thomas Jefferson, January 7, 1801
Robert R. Livingston to Thomas Jefferson, January 7, 1801
Elbridge Gerry to Thomas Jefferson, May 4, 1801
Elbridge Gerry to Thomas Jefferson, May 4, 1801
Samuel Smith to Thomas Jefferson, March 17, 1801
William Blount to Thomas Jefferson, November 14, 1801
December 23, 1801, Caroline, Opposed to sale of Drysdale Parish glebe.

December 23, 1801, Caroline, Opposed to sale of Drysdale Parish glebe.

Picryl description: Public domain copy of a historic document - petition, free to use, no copyright restrictions image.

Elijah Griffiths to Thomas Jefferson, June 7, 1801
William Duane to Pierce Butler, November 12, 1801
Thomas Jefferson to Delaware Baptist Association, June 26, 1801
Theodore Foster to Thomas Jefferson, October 29, 1801
John Vaughan to Thomas Jefferson, December 29, 1801
Richard Bland Lee to James Madison, July 6, 1801.
Edward Livingston to Thomas Jefferson, February 5, 1801
William Cranch to Thomas Jefferson, December 19, 1801
Pierre S. Dupont de Nemours to Thomas Jefferson, December 17, 1801, in French
Jacob Wagner to James Madison, September 14, 1801.

Jacob Wagner to James Madison, September 14, 1801.

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

Albert Gallatin to Thomas Jefferson, October 24, 1801
Levi Lincoln, July 3, 1801, Opinion on Betsy Cathcart Prize Ship
Robert Smith to Thomas Jefferson, September 21, 1801
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