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Alexandria, Virginia, United States of America in North America

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Woodchoppers' Huts in a Virginia Forest. On the Orange & Alexandria Railroad. Wood Su Featured Alexandria Print

Woodchoppers' Huts in a Virginia Forest. On the Orange & Alexandria Railroad. Wood Su

Woodchoppers' Huts in a Virginia Forest. On the Orange & Alexandria Railroad. Wood Supplied U.S.M.R. Railroads under Supervision of Major Brayton, June 1863

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View of the suburbs of the city of Washington (Georgetown waterfront), c.1795 (aquatint) Featured Alexandria Print

View of the suburbs of the city of Washington (Georgetown waterfront), c.1795 (aquatint)

XOS1766221 View of the suburbs of the city of Washington (Georgetown waterfront), c.1795 (aquatint) by Parkyns, George Isham (1749/50-c.1820); Private Collection; (add.info.: Washington incorporated the settlements of Georgetown, Maryland and Alexandria, Virginia, both states having given land for the city which was built on the north bank of the Potomac river, to the east of Georgetown.
In 1791 named after the President George Washington.); British, out of copyright

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George Town and Federal City, or City of Washington, 1801 (aquatint) Featured Alexandria Print

George Town and Federal City, or City of Washington, 1801 (aquatint)

XOS1766196 George Town and Federal City, or City of Washington, 1801 (aquatint) by Beck, George (1748-1812) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Washington incorporated the settlements of Georgetown, Maryland and Alexandria, Virginia, both states having given land for the city which was built on the north bank of the Potomac river, to the east of Georgetown.
In 1791 named after the President George Washington.
Engraved by T. Cartwright.); English, out of copyright

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