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Image ID Description Place Subject Terms Date Accession No. and File Location Citation
5166 Captain Kinney on Mexican border dragging for Myers. A man in a rowboat and a man dragging the river can be seen behind him. Military officers; Rivers ca. 1917-1918
Drawer 26, Folder 198
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5304 Construction of the original flume line along the Ocoee River. Polk County (Tenn.) Flumes; Rivers; Construction 1913 1988-017
BR040
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5306 Parksville Dam on the Ocoee River. Polk County (Tenn.) Dams; Rivers 1913-1915 1988-017
BR042
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5316 The flume line being built on the Ocoee River. Polk County (Tenn.) Flumes; Rivers 1913 1988-017
BR052
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5396 Nick Watters and boys. Log crane on Pall Mall River. Jamestown (Tenn.) Hoisting machinery; Rivers; Men; Boys 1920s 1988-017
BT003
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5431 Cornfield, river and mountain. Howard farm at Chilhowee (now Calderwood) on Little Tennessee River. Blount County (Tenn.) Corn; Rivers; Mountains; Farms 1899 1988-017
BT037
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5599 Schlasser Leather Company located on the Little River. Walland (Tenn.) Leather industry; Rivers 1910-1912 1988-017
BT083
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5613 The tannery at Walland, the Little River, and the Little River railroad tracks and bridge. Walland (Tenn.) Leather industry; Rivers; Railroads; Railroad bridges 1910-1920 1988-017
BT096
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5614 The tannery at Walland. Covered wooden railroad bridge on the left in the background over the Little River. Walland (Tenn.) Leather industry; Covered bridges; Railroad bridges; Rivers 1910-1920 1988-017
BT097
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5618 Cleaning trash from around the Little River railroad bridge at Walland. Wood covered bridge. Workers are Susong and J. J. Myers. Walland (Tenn.) Refuse disposal; Rivers; Railroad bridges; Covered bridges 1910 1988-017
BT101
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