RMW58JWM–History of the United States, from the discovery of America to the present time : Ellis, Edward Sylvester, 1840-1916
RM2CN8D9G–Paleontologist Simone Maganuco (R) from the Natural History Museum in Milan, Italy talks to a reporter (L) in front of the mounted skeletal cast of a Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, a 50-foot (15-meter) long, seven-ton African dinosaur predator that is the biggest dinosaur predator to ever walk the Earth during a news conference at the National Geographic Society in Washington, September 11, 2014. Scientists announced on Thursday the discovery of the dinosaur's fossils in Moroccan desert cliffs and a partial skeleton in the basement of the Milan museum. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIR
RFFG6825–09 of 'The Pictorial History of the United States of America, from the discovery by the Northmen in the tenth century to the p
RM2K08CJY–Lincoln Ellsworth and his pilot Herbert Hollick-Kenyon are found by Discovery II following their flight to Antarctica. The two explorers were discovered January 16, 1936, after going missing. Lincoln Ellsworth (May 12, 1880 - May 26, 1951) was a polar explorer from the United States and a major benefactor of the American Museum of Natural History. Herbert Hollick-Kenyon (17 April 1897 - 30 July 1975) was a British aircraft pilot who made significant contributions towards aviation in Antarctica
RF2J62D62–A VIEW OF THE PRESENT SEAT OF HIS EXCEL. THE VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES (top) GOVERNMENT HOUSE 1790 The period of discovery (1524-1609); the Dutch period (1609-1664). The English period (1664-1763). The Revolutionary period (1763-1783). Period of adjustment and reconstruction; New York as the state and federal capital (1783-1811) from The iconography of Manhattan Island, 1498-1909 compiled from original sources and illustrated by photo-intaglio reproductions of important maps, plans, views, and documents in public and private collections - Volume 1 by Stokes, I. N. Phelps (Isaac Newt
RM2E3C5WD–Sioux chief White swan. Native american indians Sioux men and women, United States of America. Old 19th century engraved illustration. Travel from Washington to San Francisco by Louis Laurent Simonin from El Mundo en La Mano 1879
RM2B00R7R–Italy/USA: Portrait of Galileo Galilei (1564 - 1642). Engraving by Samuel Sartain (1830-1906) from a painting by H.W.Wyatt. Galileo Galilei (15 Feb 1564—8 Jan 1642) was an Italian physicist, mathematician, philosopher and astronomer who played a pivotal role in establishing modern science at a time when contradiction of religion was considered heresy. It was as an astronomer that he was most controversial. Galileo developed telescopes that confirmed the phases of Venus, and the discovery of the four largest satellites of Jupiter (named the Galilean moons in his honour), as well as sunspots.
RMCWA5RX–1882 view of the Grand Canyon from a US Government atlas. US government sponsored exploration of the geography, geology,
RMJ5569C–A History of the United States, from the discovery of the American Continent to the present time. [Brought down to 1782 only.]
RMP67K2M–Chain of events in American history - from the discovery of the western continent to the ninth decade of the nineteenth century' Scenes of American history from the landing of Columbus to the 1876 Centennial with portraits of presidents Washington, Lincoln, and Grant, along with their tombs.
RM2N9GDEK–The museum of Broadway is located in the theater district near Times Square, 2023, New York City, United States
RMRKMDBA–An exact map of North and South Carolina & Georgia : with east and west Florida from the latest discoveries. Lodge, John, -1796 (Engraver) Fielding
RF2HTC616–Fate of Lieut. Kidder and his Entire Command - Discovery of their Bodies From the Book ' Our wild Indians; thirty-three years' personal experience among the red men of the great West ' by Richard Irving Dodge, Richard Irving Dodge (May 19, 1827 – June 16, 1895) was a colonel in the United States Army. Dodge was born in North Carolina and died after a long and successful career in the U.S. Army. He began as a cadet in 1844 and retired as a Colonel May 19, 1891. Published A. D. Worthington and Company, 1883, Hartford, Conn.