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Currier, Nathaniel, 1813-1888

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1813-03-24 - 1888-11-20

American lithographer, who headed the company Currier & Ives with James Ives.

Found in 44 Collections and/or Records:

Battle of New-Orleans, fought Jany 8th, 1815, 1842

 Item — Box: 1-1, item: 1
Identifier: 1931-004-1-1
Scope and Contents Colored lithograph featuring Andrew Jackson and his army defeating the British.
Dates: 1842

Bombardment of Vera Cruz, 1847

 Item — Box: 1-1, item: 16
Identifier: 1931-004-1-16
Scope and Contents Colored lithograph of "Bombardment of Vera Cruz. March 25th 1847. American Army under Genl. Scott 12,100. American Loss 15 killed, 50 wounded. The bombardment commenced on the 22nd of March at 4 11/4 P.M. and was incessant day and night until the morning of the 26th at which time overtures were made by the enemy for a capitulation of the city and also the Castle of Uhoa (San Juan de UlĂșa) (The Gibraltar of America). On the 27th garrisons of both City and Castle as prisoners of war to the...
Dates: 1847

Bombardment of Vera Cruz, 1847

 Digital Image
Identifier: 1931-004-1-016.jpg

Butler, William Orlando, 1848

 Item
Identifier: 1981.008.OVRSZ 1
Scope and Contents Artist's portrait of William Butler, the democratic candidate for Vice-President of the United States.
Dates: Publication: 1848

Capitulation of Vera Cruz, 1847

 Item — Box: 1-1, item: 18
Identifier: 1931-004-1-18
Scope and Contents Colored lithograph of "Capitulation of Vera Cruz. The Mexican soldiers marching out and surrendering their arms to Genl. Sott, March 29th 1847."
Dates: 1847

Capitulation of Vera Cruz, 1847

 Item — Box: 1-1, item: 19
Identifier: 1931-004-1-19
Scope and Contents Colored lithograph of "Capitulation of Vera Cruz. The Mexican soldiers marching out and surrendering their arms to Genl. Sott, March 29th 1847."
Dates: 1847

Capitulation of Vera Cruz, 1847

 Digital Image
Identifier: 1931-004-1-018.jpg

Capitulation of Vera Cruz, 1847

 Digital Image
Identifier: 1931-004-1-019.jpg

Death of Col. John J. Hardin, 1847

 Item — Box: 1-1, item: 8
Identifier: 1931-004-1-8
Scope and Contents Colored lithograph of "Death of Col. John J. Hardin of the 1st Regiment Illinois volunteers. He fell mortally wounded while in the act of leading on his men at the battle of Bueno Vista Febr 23rd 1847."
Dates: 1847