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  • 13:59, January 28, 2016 R-Asleson talk contribs uploaded File:2093.jpg (Mark Catesby, "Ilex cassine L. dahoon," 1754, plate 31 in Mark Catesby, The natural history of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands (1754), vol. 1<p></p> Inscribed: Turdus minimus/The little Thrush/Agrifolium Carolinense &c. / The Dahoon Holly)
  • 17:49, January 27, 2016 R-Asleson talk contribs uploaded a new version of File:1194.jpg
  • 18:45, January 21, 2016 R-Asleson talk contribs uploaded File:2092.jpg (Augustus Köllner, ''"Gray's Ferry, Phila.'', n.d., watercolor,American Philosophical Society Library<p></p> Inscribed: Gray's Ferry, Phila.)
  • 18:14, January 21, 2016 R-Asleson talk contribs uploaded File:2090.jpg (Anonymous, ''Gray's Ferry'', n.d., pencil on paper, Historical Society of Pennsylvania Small Graphics Collections [V63]<p>></p> Inscribed: Gray's Ferry)
  • 18:00, January 21, 2016 R-Asleson talk contribs uploaded File:2091.jpg (Cephas G. Childs after George Lehman, Grays Ferry, 1830, lithograph, Historical Society of Pennsylvania<p></p> Inscribed: Lehman Fecit/Childs Lithr./GRAYS FERRY./Pubd. by C.G. Childs. Philadelphia)
  • 17:27, January 21, 2016 R-Asleson talk contribs uploaded File:2089.jpg (P. Clark, ''Schuylkill River at Gray’s Ferry'', ca. 1835, watercolor and gouache on paper, Library Company of Philadelphia)
  • 21:58, January 19, 2016 R-Asleson talk contribs uploaded File:2088.jpg (A. L. Dick after William Henry Bartlett, ''Boston, and Bunker Hill. (From the East)'', after 1843, engraving, Boston Public Library.<p></p>)
  • 21:34, January 19, 2016 R-Asleson talk contribs uploaded File:2087.jpg (Anonymous, ''Boston Massachusetts. View of Bunker Hill Monument, Charles.[town]'', c. 1848, etching, 5 x 6 3/4 in., Boston Public Library)
  • 21:00, January 19, 2016 R-Asleson talk contribs uploaded File:2086.jpg (Anonymous, "View on Bunker's Hill," 1790, engraving, ''Gentleman's Magazine'', February 1790, pl. III, facing p. 140)
  • 20:57, January 19, 2016 R-Asleson talk contribs uploaded File:2085.jpg (Nathaniel Currier after J. Fisher, ''View of Bunker Hill and Monument, June 17, 1843'', c. 1843, hand-colored lithograph, Library of Congress<p></p> Inscribed: VIEW OF BUNKER HILL & MONUMENT JUNE 17, 1843./ Pub. by J. Fisher; Boston, N. Currier New-York.)
  • 20:51, January 19, 2016 R-Asleson talk contribs uploaded File:2084.jpg (John A. Rolph after Hammatt Billings, ''Bunker Hill Monument'', 1842, Boston Public Library, steel engraving, 8 1/4 x 5 in., Frontispiece to Boston Miscellany of Literature and Fashion, August 1842<p></p> Inscription: Billings Del./Rolph sc./Bunker Hil...)
  • 17:05, January 19, 2016 R-Asleson talk contribs uploaded File:2083.jpg (Anonymous, "The Tomb of Warren," 1818, woodcut, ''Analectic Magazine'', vol. 11, March 818, p. 253.)
  • 18:20, December 18, 2015 R-Asleson talk contribs uploaded File:2081.jpg (William Bartram, ''Franklinia alatamaha'', 1782, drawing, Georgia Historical Society<p></p> Inscribed: Franklinia alatamaha / A beautiful flowering Tree. / discovered growing near the banks of the R. Alatamaha in Georgia. / Willm. Bartram, Delin. / 1782)
  • 14:21, December 3, 2015 R-Asleson talk contribs uploaded File:2079.jpg (George Samuel after Thomas Medland, ''A South View of a Villa at Grove Hill, Camberwell, Surry'', 1792, engraving, 21.7 x 27.2 cm. (trimmed), Wellcome Library, London. Wellcome Images<p></p> Inscription: Samuel Delint./Medland Sculpt./A South View of a...)
  • 14:17, December 3, 2015 R-Asleson talk contribs uploaded File:2080.jpg (Gabriel after Henri-Joseph Redouté, "Acer saccharinum," 1819, engraving, pl. 42 from ''The North American Sylva, or A Description of the Forest Trees of the United States, Canada and Nova Scotia...to which is added a description fo the most useful of ...)
  • 19:37, December 1, 2015 R-Asleson talk contribs uploaded File:2077.jpg (Thomas S. Sinclair after John T. French, ''Prunus Americana," pl. 48 in Thomas Nuttall, ''The North American Sylva: or, A description of the Forest Trees of the United States, Canada, and Nova Scotia, Not Described in the Work of F. Andrew Michaux'', ...)
  • 14:38, December 1, 2015 R-Asleson talk contribs uploaded File:2076.jpg (Anonymous, "Upton House near Stratford in Essex," plate from ''The Modern Universal British Traveller; Or a New, Complete, and Accurate Tour Through England, Wales, Scotland, and the Neighbouring Islands etc.'' (London: J. Cooke, 1779), coppper plate e...)
  • 14:26, November 30, 2015 R-Asleson talk contribs uploaded a new version of File:2075.jpg
  • 22:08, November 28, 2015 R-Asleson talk contribs uploaded File:2075.jpg (Title page from Humphry Marshall, ''Arbustrum [''sic''] Americanum'' (1785))
  • 21:20, November 28, 2015 R-Asleson talk contribs uploaded Louise Françoise Jacquinot after Pancrace Bessa, “Bartram's Oak (Quercus heterophilla),” 1819 (Louise Françoise Jacquinot after Pancrace Bessa, "Bartram's Oak (Quercus heterophilla)," 1841, hand-colored stipple engraving, plate 18 from François André Michaux, ''North American Sylva; or, A description of the forest trees of the United States, ...)
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