Jump to navigation
sign up for newsletter
You are here
Creator / Contributor
Displaying (1,321 - 1,344 of 1,531)
Sort results alphabetically
Sort results by date
Rebel line of entrenchments along Fishers Hill, Virginia, extending for 5 miles (recto).
Sketch of a seascape view of Fort McAllister with the 'Passaic' and the 'Patterson' (verso).
U.S. Steamer 'Sebago' with the Georgetown Lighthouse, North Island, Winyah Bay, South Carolina (recto).
The First Flag of Truce from Fort Walker, following the Battle of Port Royal, Hilton Head, South Carolina.
View of Charleston Harbor with Castle Pinckney.
Lieutenant James H. Raymond Taking the Rebel Flag from the Gunboat Fanny, near Elizabeth City, North Carolina, February 10, 1862.
Inauguration of the Soldiers Cemetery at Camp Chalmette, New Orleans on May 2, 1864.
Deserters from the Confederate Privateer Savannah Demanding to be Taken to Fort Pulaski on the Savannah River; verso: sketch of a woman holding up her hoop skirt.
The Fate of a Coward', The Drumming-Out of Patrick Cronin of the 25th Massachusetts Volunteers, in New Berne, North Carolina.
Negroes Working on the Fortifications in Charleston Harbor', South Carolina; on verso, various sketches.
Oval Allegorical Vignette of Remains from the Battle of Pittsburg Landing (Shiloh), Tennessee.
[Artists' description of the scene on recto] (verso).
Table Rock of Summit of Lookout Mountain, Tennessee (recto).
[Artist's letter to Frank Leslie] (verso)
Bird's Eye View of Atlanta, Georgia, before the Union Advance (recto).
Rebel Soldiers Buying U.S. Gold and Treasury Notes from Union Prisoners, Charleston, South Carolina.
Going on Board the Steamer at Montgomery, Alabama.
Escape of Private O'Haver to the USS Monticello from a Rebel Ship after Killing the Captain and drowning his comrade, in Cape Hatteras Inlet near Chicamacomico, North Carolina (recto).
Troops of the 20th AC, 2nd Division, Crossing the North Edisto River at Night, South Carolina (recto).
Robbers Row, Hilton Head, South Carolina.
Crossing the Antietam River, Virginia and Charging the Rebel Batteries.
[Soldier figure studies] (verso).