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0060507
CIVIL WAR: FUGITIVES, 1862.
Fugitive slaves fording the Rappahannock River, Virginia, August 1862. Oil over a photograph by Timothy H. O'Sullivan.
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0009441
TEXAS: CATTLE DRIVE, 1867.
A drove of Texas cattle crossing a stream. Wood engraving, 1867, after Alfred R. Waud.
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0355193
CIVIL WAR: POTOMAC, 1861.
Colonel George Henry Thomas's brigade crossing the Potomac River at Williamsport, Maryland, during the Civil War, 1861. Contemporary American wood engraving.
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0095700
NATIVE AMERICANS: BLACKFEET, c1860.
Blackfeet Native Americans crossing a river in the American West. Line engraving, 19th century.
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0102357
VIETNAM WAR: VIETNAMIZATION.
Australian troops cross a stream during a sweep near Saigon alongside members of the South Vietnamese 18th Division, October 1969.
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0184082
OREGON TRAIL: EMIGRANTS.
A party of emigrants arriving by wagon train at Fort Hall, on the Oregon Trail in present-day Idaho, c1850. Painting, c1930, by Bethel M. Farley.
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0169208
CAMPAIGN IN ITALY.
Battle of Tagliamento: Napoleon Bonaparte crossing the river. Etching by Martinet, 16.03.1797.
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0099591
ZULU WARRIORS, 1879.
Zulu warriors crossing a river during the Zulu War in South Africa. Wood engraving, 1879.
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0037301
GOLD RUSH: KLONDIKE.
Miners fording the Dyea River, Alaska, on the way to the Klondike region of Yukon territory, Canada, in search of gold. Oil over a photograph, 1897.
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0021188
EGYPTIAN TOMB PAINTING.
Cattle fording a stream. Painting from the Mastaba of Ti, 5th Dynasty.
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0099590
ZULU WAR: RETREAT, 1879.
Retreat of British soldiers across the Buffalo River following their defeat at the Battle of Isandlwana, 22 January 1879. Wood engraving from a contemporary English newspaper.
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0108144
PLAINS INDIAN WOMAN.
An American Indian woman of the Great Plains wading across a river with her papoose on her back. Lithograph, 19th century.
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0077872
SOUTH AFRICA, 1841.
'Pass of the Great Fish River, South Africa.' Steel engraving by F. Goodall, after a drawing by William Purser. London, England, 1841.
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0099494
VIRGINIA: LAND TRAVEL.
Land travelers in Virginia in the 18th century. Line engraving, 19th century.
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0006310
GOLD RUSH, 1897.
'Actresses' fording the Dyea River on their way to the Klondike gold fields in 1897.
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0409275
CIVIL WAR: CROSSING, 1862.
Federal Battery crossing a shallow area of the Rappahannock River on the day of battle in Cedar Mountain, Virginia. Photograph by Timothy O'Sullivan, August 1862.
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0176785
VIETNAM WAR: PATROL, 1964.
U.S. Army Major David R. Pinney attempting to explain something to the head of a group of Nung merecenaries while leading a patrol on the Ho Chi Minh Trail during the Vietnam War, December 1964.
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0087399
TEXAS: CATTLE DRIVE, 1867.
A drove of Texas cattle crossing a stream. Wood engraving, 1867, after Alfred R. Waud.
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0266168
CIVIL WAR, 1861.
'Camp life with General Williams.' Engraving, 1861.
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0012013
CIVIL WAR: FUGITIVES, 1862.
Fugitive slaves fording the Rappahannock River, Virginia, August 1862. Photographed by Timothy H. O'Sullivan.
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0259134
SEMINOLE WARS, 1835.
'Troops Fording Lake Ocklawaha.' American troops crossing Lake Ocklawaha, Florida, during the Second Seminole War. Hand-colored lithograph, 1837.
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0090417
CIVIL WAR: TRANSPORT, 1862.
Federal battery fording a tributary of the Rappahannock River on the day of the Battle of Cedar Mountain, 9 August 1862. Photographed by Timothy H. O'Sullivan.
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0245988
AYUTTHAYA, SAIM.
Thai people ford a canal by foot and on boat. Eliza R. Scidmore.
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0250903
VALLEY OF TEN THOUSAND SMOKES, ALASKA.
Explorers ford a creek at the base of Mount Mageik. D.B. Church.
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0247327
NEAR ZAMBESI RIVER, MOZAMBIQUE.
A large group of people ford a branch of a river near the Zambesi. O. W. Barrett.
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0607110
MONGOLIA.
A Soviet tank fording the Khalkin Gol River, 1939. Full credit: Pictures from History / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0601166
LAOS.
Fording the Nam Houn River on elephant back. Full credit: Pictures from History / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0607473
JAPAN.
A feudal lord's consort and her attendants fording a river in a palanquin (1794), by Utagawa Toyokuni (1769-1825). Full credit: Pictures from History / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.