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Cullum, Geo. W.
Cullum, George W.
Cullum, George Washington
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Drucquer, Maurice Nathaniel
Gourlie, John H.
La Barre Duparcq, Ed. de (1819-1894)
La Barre Duparcq, Edouard (1819-1894)
Pitzman, Julius (1837-)
Tennessee Valley Authority
United States Military Academy. Association of Graduates
United States. Army. Corps of Engineers
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Biographical register of the officers and graduates of the U.S. military academy at West Point, N.Y from its establishment, in 1802, to 1890; with the early history of the United States military academy
Biographical sketch of Brigadier-general Joseph G. Swift, chief engineer of the United States army, July 31, 1812, to Nov. 12, 1818.
Biographical sketch of Captain William H. Swift : born, November 6, 1800, at Taunton, Massachusetts, died, April 7, 1879, at New York City
Biographical sketch of Major-General Richard Montgomery, of the Continental Army, who fell in the assault of Quebec, December 31, 1775
Elements of military art and history: comprising the history and tactics of the separate arms; the combination of the arms; and the minor operations of war.
George W. Cullum correspondence
Halleck's International law or rules regulating the intercourse of states in peace and war.
In memory of Col. James Monroe.
[Map of Fort Henry, Tennessee, and environs]
Map of the rebel fortifications at Columbus, Ky.
Map showing the Rebel batteries at Island no. 10 & vicinity for the defence of the Mississippi River, captured by U.S. forces, April 7th 1862
Memoir of Brevet Major-General Robert Ogden Tyler, U. S. army, together with his journal of two months travels in British and Farther India.
Original maps of Forts Henry & Donelson and vicinity.
Sketch plan of Columbiad Battery, Fort Holt, Ky. [opposite Cairo, Ill.].
Systems of military bridges in use by the United States Army, those adopted by the great European powers, and such as are employed in British India. With directions for the preservation, destruction, and re-establishment of bridges.