A group of albatrosses, a family of natatores.
An illustration of the South Carolina coast near Fort Sumter.
A woman and child sitting on a ship anchor.
A species of cypress endemic to coastal California.
A man in the grasp of a large cuttlefish on the sea-shore." — Goodrich, 1859
1. Ichthyosaurus, 2. Teleosaurus, 3, 4, and 5. Plesiosaurus
Also known as Juniperus virginiana. Native throughout the United States.
Diagrammatic section of Florida along the line N.S. showing the relative position of the shore.
Large homes fringed by palm trees on a Florida shoreline.
Inhabitants of the Mexican coast.
The European oyster-catcher is about eighteen inches in length, commonly found along the sea-coast.…
A branch of a Persea pubescens tree, native to the coasts of the south Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico.
Also known as Sequoia sempervirens. An evergreen monoecious tree living between 1200-1800 years or more.
33. Saw-edge wrack, 34. Bladder wrack, 35. Sugar-tangle.
The salt-water terrapin lives in salt or brackish water along the sea-coast, buying itself in the mud…
The turnstone is found along coasts. It gets its name from its habit of flipping over small stones,…
The sinking Varuna, a Union ship.
Norsemen landing on the coast of Greenland.
Also known as Salix taxifolia. The branch of a Yewleaf Willow, native to southern Mexico and the Pacific…