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Civil War stereographs, 1861-1865.
Petersburg (Va.)--History--Siege, 1864-1865--Photographs
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A dead rebel soldier, inside the Union picket lines
Bomb-proof restaurant on the Petersburg line
Camp life in front of Petersburg during the dog days
Chevaux de frise' in front of the rebel works at Petersburgh, [sic], Va.
Ditch and 'Cheavaux de Frise' in front of the Union Fort Sedgwick, called by the Rebel soldiers 'Fort Hell.' This view was taken the morning after the storming of Petersburgh, Va., April 2d, 1865. [Stereograph]
Dwelling houses on Bollingbrook St., Petersburgh, [sic] Va., showing the effect of Gen. Grant's bombardment
Effect of the bombardment, Petersburgh, [sic], Va.
First wagon train entering Petersburg
Fort Abbott, City Point line, the fort occupied by Abraham Lincoln during the fight, in front of Petersburg, that resulted in its capture
Interior of Fort Sedgwick
Interior of the Union Fort Stedman, Petersburgh, [sic], Va., showing bombproofs
Interior view of the rebel works in front of Petersburgh, [sic], Va.
Large dam on the Appomattox river, Petersburgh, [sic], Va.
Rebel breastworks in front of Petersburgh [sic]
Rebel encampment in front of Petersburg, 24th June, 1864
The Union line before Petersburg
This view was taken in the trenches of the rebel Fort Mahone, called by the soldiers 'Fort Damnation,' the morning after the storming of Petersburgh, [sic], Va., April 2d,1865, and shows a boy about 14 years
Tobacco warehouse on High St. Petersburgh, [sic], Va., used by the rebels as temporary prisons. Front view
Trestle-work bridge on the Southside railroad, one mile above Petersburgh, [sic], Va.
View in the rear of Dunlop's house, Bollingbrook Street, Petersburgh [sic], showing ruins of tobacco warehouses destroyed by shell
View of bombproof tents occupied by U.S. colored troops in front of Petersburg, Va., August 7, 1864
View of rebel works in front of Petersburg, captured by the 18th Corps, under Gen. Smith, 24th June, 1864. [Stereograph]
View showing the effect of a shell bursting though the east parlor of the Dunlop House, Petersburgh, [sic] Va.