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Map and Text Describing the Location of Fort Armstrong on Rock Island, Illinois

Drawing of the Lighthouse at Nash Island, Maine

Chart of Port Jefferson, Formerly Drownded Meadow, North Side of Long Island, New York

Elevation and Section of Cast Iron Lighthouse at Long Island Head, Massachusetts

Plan and Profile of Boon Island and Lighthouse, Maine

Section and Elevation Drawing for the Lighthouse at Bird Island, Massachusetts

Front Elevation Drawing for the Lighthouse at Gardiner's Island, New York

Drawing for a Proposed Battery Light for the Lighthouse at Morris Island, South Carolina

Elevation Drawing and Plan for the Proposed Lighthouse Dwelling at Cat Island, Mississippi

Cushing Island Point -- Maine

Deer Island Thorofare -- Maine

Goat Island -- Maine

Franklin Island -- Maine

Little Diamond Island -- Maine

Deer Island Thorofare -- Maine

Indian Island -- Maine

Deer Island Thorofare -- Maine

Baker Island -- Maine

Great Duck Island -- Maine

Deer Island Thorofare -- Maine

Little Diamond Island -- Maine

Little Diamond Island -- Maine

Great Duck Island -- Maine

Libby Island -- Maine

Little Diamond Island -- Maine

Goat Island -- Maine

Great Duck Island -- Maine

Manana Island -- Maine

Little Diamond Island -- Maine

Great Duck Island -- Maine

Burnt Island -- Maine

Manana Island -- Maine

Bear Island -- Maine

Boon Island -- Maine

Drawing of the Franklin Island Lighthouse, Maine

Indian Island -- Maine

Great Duck Island -- Maine

Indian Island -- Maine

Libby Island -- Maine

Manana Island -- Maine

Little Diamond Island -- Maine

Little Diamond Island -- Maine

Libby Island -- Maine

Little Diamond Island -- Maine

Little Diamond Island -- Maine

Bear Island -- Maine

Burnt Island -- Maine

Little Diamond Island -- Maine

Libby Island -- Maine

Goat Island -- Maine

Manana Island -- Maine

Manana Island -- Maine

Eagle Island -- Maine

Manana Island -- Maine

Libby Island -- Maine

Little Diamond Island -- Maine

Little Diamond Island -- Maine

Boon Island -- Maine

Baker Island -- Maine

Deer Island Thorofare -- Maine

Libby Island -- Maine

Goat Island -- Maine

Little Diamond Island -- Maine

Manana Island -- Maine

Baker Island -- Maine

Libby Island -- Maine

House Island -- Maine

Manana Island -- Maine

Bear Island -- Maine

Manana Island -- Maine

Libby Island -- Maine

Bear Island -- Maine

Goat Island -- Maine

Bear Island -- Maine

Manana Island -- Maine

Deer Island Thorofare -- Maine

Boon Island -- Maine

Libby Island -- Maine

Boon Island -- Maine

Deer Island Thorofare -- Maine

Burnt Island -- Maine

Great Duck Island -- Maine

Libby Island -- Maine

Libby Island -- Maine

Manana Island -- Maine

Baker Island -- Maine

Franklin Island -- Maine

Bear Island -- Maine

Deer Island Thorofare -- Maine

Deer Island Thorofare -- Maine

Eagle Island -- Maine

Little Diamond Island -- Maine

Baker Island -- Maine

Libby Island -- Maine

Franklin Island -- Maine

Boon Island -- Maine

Manana Island -- Maine

Burnt Island -- Maine

Little Diamond Island -- Maine

Baker Island -- Maine

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