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    • Anonymous, "Rustic Arbours," 1850  + (The Horticulturist and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste Devoted to Horticulture, Landscape, Gardening, Rural Architecture, Botany, Pomology, Entomology, Rural Economy, &c.)
    • A Religious Encampment in the Wilderness, December 30, 1865  + (The Loyal West in the Times of the RebelliThe Loyal West in the Times of the Rebellion; also, Before and Since: Being an Encyclopedia and Panorama of the Western States, Pacific States and Territories of the Union, Historical, Geographical, and Pictorial, Illustrated by more than two hundred Engravings, presenting views of all the Cities and Principal Towns Public Buildings and Monuments Battle-fields — Historic localities natural curiosities, and scenes, Illustrating the times of the Rebellion, etc., Principally from Drawings taken on the spot by the Authors, John Barber, and Henry Howey the Authors, John Barber, and Henry Howe)
    • E.W. Clay, etched by J.W. Steel and W.H. Hay, "Sedgeley Park," 1830  + (Views in Philadelphia and its environs, from original drawings taken in 1827-30)
    • William Russell Birch, Plan of Springland, c. 1800  + (William Birch: Picturing the American Scene)

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