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Joseph Curry, Deputy CHIEF, New York Fire Department, barks orders to rescue teams as firefighters and rescue teams search for survivors through the rubble and debris of the World Trade Centers in New York City in the area known as Ground Zero, after the 9/11 terrorists attacks

Elevation and Ground Plan for the Lighthouse at Sandy Point, Rhode Island

Ground, Robert - State: Arkansas - Year: [Blank]

Route of the Expedition, Oct. 22nd, 1862, with the Battle grounds of Pocotaligo & Coosawhatchie. Prepared form Sketches on the Ground by Captain Eaton, Lieut. Edwards & Lieut. Mehles, Corps of Vol. Engrs. Compiled from U.S. Coast Surveys

[Map and inset ground] Plan of the Fortification [Fort Hindman] at Post, Arkansas, Surrendered to the U.S. Forces Jan. 11th, 1863. Destroyed after the evacuation. Surveyed & drawn by Julius Pitzman, Capt., & A.D.C. to Maj. Genl. Sherman.

Headquarters of Maj. Genl. Augur, Including Offices of Provost Marshal, Commissary of Musters, Chief of Ordnance and Printing. Washington, D.C., Sept. 1st, 1865. [Ground plan of the buildings located at the corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and Fifteenth and a Half Street, North.]

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