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United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--African Americans
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A Scene of Hilton Head, S.C. during the gale of March 24-31, 1863 (recto).
A Summer Residence, Fort Pickering, Memphis, Tennessee.
Albert S. Johnston Crossing the Desert to Join the Southern Army.
Arsenal at Augusta, Georgia, with Members of the Clinch Rifles of the Fifth Georgia Infantry (recto).
Battle Scene Near Marietta, Georgia (recto).
Battle in Baltimore April 19th, 1861.
Blood money; or how Southern rebels encourage piracy.
Brig. Gen'l James Barnes and Staff, Commanding District of St. Mary's, Maryland. Headquarters Point Lookout.
Butler's Victims of Fort St. Philip.
Camp Fires at Night of the 8th Massachusetts Regiment and a Portion of the 7th Regiment of New York on the Road from Annapolis, Maryland, to Washington, D.C.
Camp Harrison, 6 miles from Cincinnati, on the Hamilton-Taylor Railroad.
Capt. Totten's company of artillery opening fire on the secessionists.
Cartoon: '24 Weeks on the Potomac': Illustration for Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper (February 1, 1862). On verso: study for the same subject.
Charge of the 92nd Illinois Mounted Infantry Division near Kingston, Georgia, under Colonel Atkinson (recto).
Charge of the 92nd Illinois Mounted Infantry Division near Kingston, Georgia, under Colonel Atkinson (verso).
City Hall, Atlanta, Georgia, 26 September 1864. On verso: sketch of a fragmentary plan.
Come Out of that Coat', Murfreesboro, Tennessee (recto).
Curtis's Coconut Grove, Roanoke Island, North Carolina.
Dedicated to the 71st Regiment and the Rhode Island boys.
Election in Baltimore, November, 1862.
Endorsement of photograph in my father's handwriting.
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).
Fight of October 2nd, 1864.