A plan of part of the rivers Tombecbe, Alabama, Tensa, Perdido, & Scambia in the province of West Florida; with a sketch of the boundary between the nation of upper Creek Indians and that part of the province which is contigious thereto, as settled at the congresses at Pensacola in the years 1765 & 1771.
A view of the saw-mill & block house upon Fort Anne Creek, the property of Genl. Skeene, which on Genl. Burgoyne's army advancing, was set fire to, by the Americans
Print shows a sawmill belonging to loyalist Philip Skene and the blockhouse at Fort Anne which were burned by American forces, reteating in advance of the British army under the command of General Burgoyne.
For most of his distinguished career as an architect, Latrobe, the designer of the original U.S. Capitol building in Washington, D.C., kept an illustrated journal of his travels throughout the country. The jour... more
Me-Na-Wa. A Creek warrior / printed & coloured at I.T. Bowen's Lithographic Establishment No. 94 Walnut St.
Print shows Me-Na-Wa, half-length portrait, facing left, wearing a hat with plume, a striped garment, and a shoulder bag.
Opothle Yoholo A Creek chief / / Drawn printed & coloured at I.T. Bowen's Lithographic Establishment, No. 94 Walnut St.
Print shows portrait of Opothle Yoholo in traditional dress from painting by Charles Bird King for History of the Indian tribes of North America... / By Thomas L. M'Kenney and James Hall, 1836-1844.