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C. S. soldier killed in the trenches, at the storming of Petersburg, Va. April
C[amp] G[round], 2nd U.S. Art[iller]y Colored, Beaufort, S.C.
Camp Hamilton near Fortress Monroe Va.
Camp in Monument Garden, Chattanooga
Camp life in front of Petersburg during the dog days
Camp life, Army of the Potomac. Basking in the sunshine
Camp life, Army of the Potomac. News from home. [Stereograph]
Camp of 8th Maine, Beaufort, S.C.
Camp of Gen'l M'Dowell's body guard, July 5, 1862
Camp of Union soldiers on the line in front of Petersburg, Va., August 10, 1864
Camp of the 114th Pennsylvania Volunteer Regiment, April, 1864
Camp scene, Fortress Monroe
Canvas pontoon bridge across the North Anna, Va., constructed by the 50th N.Y.V. engineers at Jericho Mills, where the 5th Corps under Gen. Warren crossed. View, looking down stream from north bank
Canvas pontoon bridges at Hanovertown Ferry on the Pamunky [sic], constructed by the 50th N. Y. V. Engineers, May 28, 1864. [Stereograph]
Capt. Bates' quarters, headquarters 3d Army Corps, Army Potomac, April, 1864
Capt. Bollerman's kitchen. Tasting the soup. [Stereograph]
Capt. H. Smith's mess, Co. D, 93 N. Y. V., Bealton, Va. August, 1863
Capt. Jno. H. Moore's residence, Post Quarter Master. March 1864, Beaufort, S. C.
Capt. John's Run, near Washington
Captured rebel guns, at the Rockets, Richmond, Va.
Castle Thunder, Confederate prison
Castle Thunder, Richmond, Va.
Castle Thunder,' Cary St., the place where so many Union prisoners suffered