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Grand Index to All 266 of Winslow Homer's Wood Engravings

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Appleton's Journal of Literature, Science & Arts
Ballou's Pictorial Drawing Room Companion
Art Exchange
Every Saturday
Frank Leslie's Chimney Companion
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper
Harper's Bazaar
Harper's Weekly
Hearth and Home
Our Young Folks
Riverside Magazine For Young People
Saint Nicholas
Scribner's Magazine


June 10 All in the Gay and Golden Weather
June 19 The Artist in the Country
July 10 Summer in the Country
July 24 On the Road to Lake George
Aug. 7 The Last Load
Aug. 14 The Picnic Excursion
Aug. 21 The Beach at Long Branch
Oct. 2 The Fishing Party
April 30 Danger Ahead
June 25 A Quiet Day in the Woods


Dec. 22 Bossy


June 6 Captain J.W. Watkins
June 13 Corner of Winter, Washington and Summer Streets, Boston
July 4 Hon. William Hale, Governor of New Hampshire
Aug. 15 The Fountain on Boston Common
Sept. 12 A Boston Watering Cart
Sept. 19 The Late William Hood
Oct. 13 View of South Market Street, Boston Hon. Robert L. Burbank
Oct 17 Rembrandt Peale
Oct. 31 Emigrant Arrival at Constitution Wharf, Boston
Nov. 17 Boston Evening Street Scene, at the Corner of Court and Brattle Streets
Nov. 28 Blindman's Bluff Husking Party, Finding the Red Ears Family Party Playing at Fox and Geese Coasting Out of Doors

March 27 The "Cold Term," Boston Scene--Corner of Milk and Washington Streets
July 3 Class Day, at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Aug. 21 Camp Meeting Sketches: Landing at the Cape Morning Ablutions Cooking The Tent
Nov. 6 Theodore Parker
Dec. 14 William E. Burton, Esq., Comedian
Dec. 25 Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Jan. 8 Hon. Stephen A. Douglas
Jan. 22 Hon. Charles Hale, Speaker of the House, Massachusetts Legislature
Jan. 29 Skating on Jamaica Pond, Near Boston Sleighing in Haymarket Square Sleighing on the Road, Brighton, near Boston
Feb. 5 Ralph Waldo Emerson
Feb. 12 Trotting on the Mill Dam, Boston
Feb. 19 Mrs. Cunningham, Boston Museum
Feb. 26 Maria Piccolomini March 5 Nahum Capen, Esq., Postmater of Boston
March 12 La Petite Angelina and Miss C. Thompson, at the Boston Museum Evening Scene at the Skating Park, Boston
March 19 Fletcher Webster, Esq., Surveyor of Boston
March 26 Samuel Masury, Daguerrotypist and Photographer
April 23 Hon. James A. Pearce, U.S. Senator from Maryland The New Town of Belmont, Massachusetts
May 7 The Late Col. Samuel Jaques
May 14 The Wonderful Dutton Children
May 21 Scene on the Back Bay Lands, Boston
May 28 The Aquarial Gardens, Bromfield Street, Boston
June 4 Cricket Players on Boston Common
June 25 Madame Laborde, the Prima Donna
July 2 Paul Morphy, the Chess Champion Cambridge Cattle Market
July 9 Fourth of July Scene, on Boston Common Boston Street Characters
Aug. 20 Captain Robert B. Forbes
Dec 3 Hon. John F. Potter of Wiscosin 


Aug. 6 High Tide Low Tide
Aug. 20 The Robin's Note
Oct. 29 Chestnutting
Dec. 24 Trapping in the Adirondacks

Jan. 14 A Winter Morning Shovelling Out
Jan. 21 Deer Stalking in the Adirondacks in Winter
Jan. 28 Lumbering in Winter
Feb. 4 Cutting a Figure
March 25 A Country Store -- Getting Weighed
April 8 At Sea -- Signalling a Passing Steamer
Aug. 26 Bathing at Long Branch -- Oh, Ain't it Cold

June 24 The Cold Embrace -- He Sees the Rigid Features, the Marble Arms, the Hands Crossed on the Cold Bosom
Dec. 16 Looking at the Eclipse
Dec. 23 Thanksgiving Day -- Hanging Up the Musket Thanksgiving Day -- The Church Porch

Jan. 13 Our National Winter Exercise - Skating

July 13 The Veteran in a New Field 


May She Turned Her Face to the Window
June You Are Really Picturesque, My Love
July Jessie Remained Alone at the Table
August Orrin, Make Haste, I Am Perishing
September I Cannot! It Would Be a Sin! A Fearful Sin!

June Hi! H-O-O-O! He Done Come. Jumboloro Tell You Fust!
September Come!
October I Call Them My Children -- To Myself Susan
November Weary and Dissatisfied with Everyone
December In Came a Storm of Wind, Rain and Spray -- and Portia

January George Blake's Letter


March 21 Opening Day in New York
July 11 The Fourth of July in Tompkins Square, New York -- The Sogers Are Coming
Sept. 5 Blue Beard's Tableau
Dec. 19 Our Minister's Donation Party

Jan. 2 Waiting for Calls on New Year's Day
July 31 What Shall We Do Next?
Sept. 25 The Straw Ride

Jan. 1 Another Year by the Old Clock
July 23 The Coolest Spot in New England -- Summit of Mount Washington
Sept. 23 On the Beach at Long Branch

Aug. 28 The Family Record 

Aug. 1 The Match Between the Sophs. and Freshmen--the Opening Freshmen The Sophs. Juniors Seniors

April 17 Spring in the City
May 22 The Boston Common
Sept. 4 The Bathe at Newport Picnicking in the Woods
Nov. 13 Husking the Corn in New England Driving Home the Corn The Dance After the Husking
Nov. 27 Thanksgiving Day: Ways and Means Arrival at the Old Home The Dinner The Dance
Dec. 25 Christmas: Gathering Evegreens The Christmas Tree Santa Claus and His Presents Christmas Out of Doors

March 12 Skating At Boston
April 2 March Winds April Showers
April 30 May-Day in the Country
Aug. 27 August in the Country--the Seashore
Sept. 3 A Cadet Hop at West Point
Sept. 24 The Grand Review At Camp Massachusetts, Near Concord
Nov. 26 Falls Games--the Apple-Bee
Dec. 24 A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Jan. 14: The Sleighing Season -- the Upset A Snow Slide in the City
Jan. 28 Skating on the Ladies' Skating Pond in the Central Park, New York
Feb. 18 Untitled (Lady posting notice on a tree) Allow me to Examine the Young Lady Hon. J.L.M. Curry of Alabama
Feb. 25 The Meeting After the Marriage
March 3 The Buds Mrs. Otcheson at the Piano
March 10 On the Beach
March 17 The Lady in Black Meadowbrook Parsonage Hon. Elihu B. Washburne of Illinois, Chairman of the Committee on Commerce
April 7 Scene in Union Square, New York, on a March Day
May 26 Chime of Thirteen Bells For Christ Church, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Sept. 15 The Drive in the Central Park, New York, September 1860
Oct. 20 Welcome to the Prince of Whales
Nov. 10 Hon. Abraham Lincoln, Born in Kentucky, February 12, 1809
Dec. 1 Thanksgiving Day, 1860--The Two Great Classes of Society
Dec. 8 Hon. Roger B. Taney, Chief Justice of the United States
Dec. 15 Expulsion of Negroes and Abolitionists from Tremont Temple, Boston Massachusetts on December 3, 1860
Dec. 22 The Seceding South Carolina Delegation

Jan. 5 The Georgia Delegation in Congress Seeing the Old Year Out
Feb. 2 The Seceding Mississippi Delegation in Congress
Feb. 23 The Late Rev. Dr. Murray
March 16 The Inaugural Procession at Washington Passing the Gate of the Capitol Grounds Presidents Buchanan and Lincoln Entertaining the Senate Chamber Before the Inauguration The Inauguration of Abraham Lincoln as President of the United States at the Capitol, Washington, March 4, 1861
April 27 General Thomas Swearing in the Volunteers Called into Service of the United States at Washington, D.C. General Beauregard
May 11 Colonel Wilson, of Wilson's Brigade
May 25 The Seventy-Ninth Regiment (Highlanders), New York State Militia
June 8 The Advance Guard of the Grand Army of the United States Crossing the Long Bridge over the Potomac at 2 A.M. on May 24, 1861
June 13 Crew of the United States Steam Sloop "Colorado" Shipped at Boston, June, 1861
June 29 The War-Making Havelocks for the Volunteers
July 20 Filling Cartridges at the United States Arsenal, at Watertown, Massachusetts
Sept. 14 Flag Officer Stringham
Nov. 23 The Songs of War
Dec. 21 A Bivouac Fire on the Potomac
Dec. 28 Great Fair Given at the City Assembly Rooms, New York, December, 1861, in the Aid of the City Poor

Jan. 4 Christmas Boxes in Camp -- Christmas, 1861
Jan. 18 The Skating Season
May 31 Our Army Before Yorktown, Virginia
May 17 Rebels Outside Their Works at Yorktown, Reconnoitring (sic) with Dark Lanterns The Union Calvary and Artillery Starting in Pursuit of the Rebels up the Yorktown Turnpike Charge of the First Massachusetts Regiment on a Rebel Rifle Pit near Yorktown Jan. 24 Winter Quarters in the Camp < br>June 7 The Army of The Potomac -- Our Outlying Picket in the Woods
June 14 News From the War
July 5 The War for the Union, 1862 -- A Calvary Charge
July 12 The Surgeon at Work at the Rear During an Engagement The War for the Union, 1862 -- A Bayonet Charge
Sept. 6 Our Women and the War
Nov. 15 The Army of the Potomac -- A Sharp Shooter on Picket Duty
Nov. 29 Thanksgiving in Camp

Jan. 17 A Shell in the Rebel Trenches
Jan. 24 Winter Quarters in the Camp
Feb. 28 Pay Day in the Army of the Potomac
April 25 The Approach of the British Pirate "Alabama" The Great Sumter Meeting in the Union Square, New York, April 11, 1863
June 13 Home From the War
Nov. 21 The Russian Ball -- In the Supper Room The Great Russian Ball at the Academy of Music, November 5, 1863

Feb. 6 Halt of a Wagon Train
March 5 Anything for Me, Please? -- Post Office of the Brooklyn Fair at the Aid of the Sanitary Commission
April 16 Floral Department of the Great Fair
May 28 Army of the Potomac -- Sleeping on Their Arms
Dec. 3 Thanksgiving Day in the Army -- After Dinner: The Wish Bone

July 15 Holiday in Camp -- Soldiers Playing Football
Aug. 26 Our Watering Places: Horse Racing at Saratoga The Empty Sleeve at Newport

Nov. 23 A Parisian Ball -- Dancing at the Mabille, Paris A Parisian Ball -- Dancing at the Casino
Dec. 21 Homeward Bound

Jan. 11 Art Students and Copyists in the Louvre Gallery, Paris
Jan. 25 Winter -- A Skating Scene
Feb. 22 Saint Valentine's -- The Old Story in All Lands
March 28 The Morning Walk -- Young Ladies School Promenading the Avenue
July 11 Fire Works on the Night of the Fourth of July
July 25 New England Factory Life -- Bell Time
Oct. 31 Our Next President

Jan. 2 Christmas Belles
Jan. 9 The New Year
Jan. 16 Winter at Sea -- Taking in Sail off the Coast
Feb. 20 Jurors Listening to Counsel, Supreme Court, New City Hall, New York
July 10 Summit of Mount Washington

Jan. 8 1860-1870
March 12 Tenth Commandment
April 30 Spring Farm Work -- Grafting
May 21 Spring Blossoms
June 11 The Dinner Horn
Aug. 6 On The Bluff at Long Branch, at the Bathing Hour

July 6 Making Hay
Aug. 17 On the Beach -- Two Are Company, Three Are None
Sept. 14 Under the Falls, Catskill Mountains

April 26 The Wreck of the "Atlantic" -- Cast Up by the Sea
June 28 The Noon Recess
Aug. 16 The Bathers The Nooning
Aug. 23 Sea Side Sketches -- A Clam Bake
Sept. 20 Snap the Whip
Sept. 27 Gloucester Harbor
Oct. 11 Ship Building, Gloucester Harbor
Nov. 1 Dad's Coming
Dec. 6 The Last Days of Harvest
Dec. 13 The Morning Bell

Feb. 7 Station House Lodgers
Feb. 28 Watch Tower, Corner of Spring and Varick Streets, New York
March 7 The Chinese in New York -- Scene in a Baxter Street Club House
April 18 New York Charities -- St Barnabas House
June 13 Raid on a Sand Swallow Colony -- How Many Eggs?
July 11 Gathering Berries
Aug. 15 On the Beach at Long Branch -- The Children's Hour
Aug. 22 Waiting for a Bite
Sept. 12 Seesaw -- Gloucester, Massachusetts
Sept. 19 Flirting on the Sea Shore and on the Meadow
Nov. 7 Camping Out in the Adirondack Mountains

June 26 The Battle of Bunker Hill -- Watching the Fight from Copp's Hill in Boston

Aug. 28 At the Spring-Saratoga 
July The Bright Side

June Swinging on a Birch Tree
August The Bird Catchers

June Watching the Crows
July The Strawberry Bed August Green Apples

November The Playmates

January The Midnight Coast 
July Bob: Hello! What's Up Now? Are Your Babies In Here? 
August The Sower Pumpkins Among the Corn

January A Litterol Life

April Gathering Wild Blackberries
June Spring Lamb