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Duane family cookbooks, 1840-1874.
Brady & Co. (Washington, D.C.)
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300 pound Parrot Gun, in Ft. Chatfield, Morris Island, S.C.
A Group of soldiers of the 31st Pennsylvania Regiment
A Picturesque View of Belle Plain Landing, James River
After deck and turret of Monitor Kaatskill. Taken at Charleston Harbor, S.C.
All the live stock on Mr. Gill's plantation after the battle of Gettysburgh
Breastworks on the left wing, battle of Gettysburgh
Brig. Gen. Rawlins, Wife and Child, at Gen. Grant's Head Quarters, City Point, Va.
Broad St., Charleston, S.C., looking East with the ruins of the Roman Catholic Cathedral and St. Michael's church in the distance
Bull Run Battlefield, Va.
Burial of dead at Fredericksburgh, Va.
Capt. Bollerman's kitchen. Tasting the soup. [Stereograph]
Capt. John's Run, near Washington
Castle Thunder,' Cary St., the place where so many Union prisoners suffered
Cemetery gate, Gettysburgh
Church built by the engineers at Poplar Grove, near Petersburgh, [sic], Va.
Confederate prisoners, Gettysburg
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]
Double turreted Monitor Onondaga, on the James River
Falls Church, Va.
Fort and landing at Yorktown, Va.
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
Garrison of Fort Wagner on parade
Gen. Custer at his headquarters