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Brady & Co. (Washington, D.C.)
United States. Army--Military life--Photographs
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Gunboat Mendota on the James River near Dutch Gap
After deck and turret of Monitor Kaatskill. Taken at Charleston Harbor, S.C.
The captured Ram Atlanta, in James River
Monitor Cononicus, on the James River, taking in Coal
Gunboat Mendota at Deep Bottom, James River
Gen. Ferrero and staff, Petersburg, Va.
Maj. Gen. Ord, wife and child at the mansion formerly occupied by Jeff. Davis, Richmond, Va. In the doorway is the table upon which the surrender of Gen. Lee was signed
Maj. Gen. W. T. Sherman and horse. This view was taken in the trenches before Atlanta, Ga.
Maj. Gen. Sherman and staff. This view was taken in the trenches before Atlanta, Ga.
Sherman's Grand Army. Looking up Pennsylvania Ave. from the Treasury Building, Maj. Gen. Logan and staff and Army of Tennessee passing in review
G. The Army of the Potomac. Looking up Pennsylvania Avenue from the Treasury Buildings. Maj. Gen. Humphrey and staff on horseback, and 2d Army Corps in ranks beyond
The Army of the Potomac. Looking up Pennsylvania Avenue from the Treasury Building, troops of Maj. Gen. Parks and 9th Army Corps passing in review
Sherman's Grand Army. Looking up Pennsylvania Ave. from the Treasury Buildings, Maj. Gen. Logan and staff and Army of Tennessee passing in review
Sherman's Grand Army. Looking up Pennsylvania Avenue from the Treasury Buildings, during the passage of the 20th Army Corps
Gen. Sherman's men tearing up the railroad before leaving Atlanta, Ga.
Gen. Mead's headquarters, Gettysburgh
All the live stock on Mr. Gill's plantation after the battle of Gettysburgh
Round Top Mountain, Gettysburgh
Sugar Loaf Mountain, Gettysburgh
John L. Burns' cottage at Gettysburg
Breastworks on the left wing, battle of Gettysburgh
Position of the centre of the Army at Gettysburgh
Cemetery gate, Gettysburgh
Woods on the left wing, battle of Gettysburgh; in the middle ground a dead soldier