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United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs
United States. Army--Military life--Photographs
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300 pound Parrot Gun, in Ft. Chatfield, Morris Island, S.C.
All the live stock on Mr. Gill's plantation after the battle of Gettysburgh
Bridge over the Cumberland River on the Louisville and Nashville R. R.
Brig. Gen. Abram Duryea [Duryée], Col. 7th Regt. N.Y.
Brig. Gen. Crawford and staff
Brig. Gen. Gordon
Brig. Gen. O.O. Howard. [Stereograph]
Brig. Gen. Rawlins, Wife and Child, at Gen. Grant's Head Quarters, City Point, Va.
Brig. Gen. Sweeney [Sweeny]
Broadway from Barnum's Museum, showing portion of park barracks
Captured rebel guns, at the Rockets, Richmond, Va.
Cemetery gate, Gettysburgh
Chevaux de frise' in front of the rebel works at Petersburgh, [sic], Va.
Col. Corcoran and staff, of the gallant 69th
Com. John Rogers [sic], U.S.N.
Crew of the Army gun boat Foster, practising [sic] with howitzer guns, Point of Rocks
Crows' nest battery and lookout, before 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]
Falls Church, Va.
Fort and landing at Yorktown, Va.
Front House and Masonic Hall, Marietta St., Atlanta
Ft. Brady, James River, Va. View showing Battery ready for action
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
Gen. Butler's [headquarters near Varina, Va.]