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Civil War stereographs, 1861-1865.
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1st Delaware, 12th New Jersey and 14th Connecticut at Stonewall, U.S.A.
1st Mass. Heavy Artillery burying the dead at Mrs. Allsop's House, Pine Forest near Spottsylvania Court House, after the battle of 19th May, 1864. [Stereograph]
1st Massachusetts Cavalry camp in the woods
300 pound Parrot Gun, in Ft. Chatfield, Morris Island, S.C.
50th N.Y.V. engineers constructing road at Jericho Mills, on south bank of North Anna, Va. General headquarters' train crossing canvas pontoon bridge in the distance, 24th May, 1864
7th Regiment (N.G.) N.Y.S.T., Camp Cameron, Washington City, Tent No. 20, Co. 2, May 1861
A Breakfast party at headquarters, Army Potomac, April, 1864
A Camp in a pleasant grove
A Confederate redoubt
A Confederate sharp-shooter, who had been killed by a shell at battle of Gettysburg
A Group of soldiers of the 31st Pennsylvania Regiment
A Negro family coming into the Union lines
A Picturesque View of Belle Plain Landing, James River
A Pontoon Bridge on the James River
A battery of 'Quaker guns.'
A battle-field Vulture, Godfor by name, one of those inhuman creatures who follow in the wake of armies, robbing the field of blankets, clothing, turning the pockets of the dead, etc.
A bombproof shelter for the soldiers during the seige of Petersburg, August 10, 1864
A canvas pontoon bridge
A cavalry orderly
A contrast. Federal buried; Confederate unburied, where they fell on the battle field of Antietam
A contrast. Federal buried; Confederate unburied, where they fell on the battle field of Antietam. [Stereograph]
A council of war at Massaponax Church, VA., 21st May, 1864. Gen. Grant and Meade, Asst. Sec. of War, Dana, and their staff officers
A dead Confederate soldier
A dead Confederate soldier on the Petersburg line, April 2, 1865