145 items found
Collection ID is exactly "11" AND Subject is exactly "Engravings (Prints)"
Camp Mitchell in Jacksonville.

Camp Mitchell in Jacksonville.

Date
1888
Collection
Chase of a blockade runner.

Chase of a blockade runner.

Date
1864
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
MSC3092Burial scene, colored quarters and Camp Perry in Jacksonville.Engravings (Prints)
Jim Crow
Communicable diseases
Virus diseases
Togavirus infections
Arbovirus infections
Yellow fever
Public health
Medical care
Quarantine
Refugee camps
Race discrimination
Segregation
Burial in art
Health facilities--Florida--Duval County--Jacksonville
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DG02004Burning the Pensacola dry dock, off Fort Pickens, Florida, on August 31, by Lieut. Shipley, U.S.A.Engravings (Prints)
Sketches
Forts
Illustrated periodicals
Art and war
Civil war
War in art
Fortification--Florida--Pensacola
Coast defenses--Florida--Pensacola
Dry docks--Florida--Pensacola
Wood-engraving
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MSC3088Camp Mitchell in Jacksonville.Engravings (Prints)
Public health
Communicable diseases
Virus diseases
Togavirus infections
Arbovirus infections
Yellow fever
Boys--Florida--Duval County--Jacksonville
Refugee camps
Physicians in art
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DG01985Capture of the Confederate sloop "Fashion" on the Apalachicola, by the boats of the U.S. gunboat "Port Royal".Engravings (Prints)
Sketches
Illustrated periodicals
Art and war
Civil war
Capture at sea
Engraving
War in art
Boats and boating
Warships
Sloops
Rivers
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dln003683Ceremonies at the Death of a Chief or of Priests.Muskogean Indians--Death
Muskogean Indians--Social life and customs
Priests--Death
Shamans--Death
French Exploration, North America
Colonial Florida
Colonialism
Huguenot colony
Timucuan Indians
Native Americans
Ethnicity, Native American
Engravings (Prints)
Ceremonies
Timucua Indians--Social life and customs
Indian religious leaders--Death
Indians--Kings and rulers--Death
Manners and customs in art
Rites and ceremonies in art
Mourning customs in art
Indians in art
Artists
Printmakers
Engravers
Engraving
Timucua Indians--Death
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dln003662Ceremonies of Women Mourning for their Deceased Husbands.Colonialism
Huguenot colony
Timucuan Indians
Native Americans
Ethnicity, Native American
Engravings (Prints)
Colonial Florida
French Exploration, North America
Muskogean Indians--Warfare
Timucua Indians--Warfare
Rites and ceremonies in art
Widows in art
Indians in art
Artists
Printmakers
Engravers
Engraving
Mourning customs in art
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dln003654Ceremonies Performed by Saturioua Before Going on an Expedition Against the Enemy.Huguenot colony
Timucuan Indians
Native Americans
Ethnicity, Native American
Engravings (Prints)
Warriors
Tattoos
Colonialism
Colonial Florida
French Exploration, North America
Muskogean Indians--Warfare
Timucua Indians--Warfare
Rites and ceremonies in art
Kings and rulers in art
Indians in art
Artists
Printmakers
Engravers
Engraving
Tattooing in art
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RC05589Chase of a blockade runner.Engravings (Prints)
Civil war
Engraving
Sea control
Blockade
War in art
Battles in art
Ships in art
Warships in art
Cannons in art
Gun-carriages
Sailors in art
Government vessels
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RC15640Civil War images from Harper's Weekly.Engravings (Prints)
Civil war
Engraving
Soldiers in art
Armies--Officers--Portraits
Generals in art
Military uniforms
Sailors in art
Armed Forces--Officers--Portraits
Navies--Officers--Portraits
Ship captains--Portraits
War in art
Battles in art
Government vessels
Warships in art
Schooners in art
Ships in art
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RC15648Civil War scenes from Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper.Engravings (Prints)
Engraving
Civil war
War in art
Newspapers--Illustrations
Illustrated periodicals
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