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E. & H.T. Anthony (Firm)
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Woods on the left wing, battle of Gettysburgh; in the middle ground a dead soldier
This view was taken the Southern trenches, the morning after the storming of Petersburg, Va., April 2nd, 1865, and shows a dead Southern soldier who must have died instantly, his left temple and part of his head was carried away by a shell
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
This picture is a good view of the covered ways inside the rebel Fort Mahone, called by the soldiers 'Fort Damnation.'
Southern soldiers, killed in the trenches of Ft. Mahone, called by the soldiers Ft. Damnation
C. S. soldier killed in the trenches, at the storming of Petersburg, Va. April
Burial of dead at Fredericksburgh, Va.
A rebel soldier, killed at the trenches before Petersburgh, [sic], the spots and marks on his face, are blood issuing from his mouth and nose. [Stereograph]
A dead rebel solider, barefooted killed by a shell, which tore his side out
A dead rebel soldier, inside the Union picket lines
A dead rebel soldier, as he lay in the trenches of Fort Mahone, called by the soldiers 'Fort Damnation.'
A dead Southern soldier, as he lay on the foot passage in the trenches of Fort Mahone, called by the soldiers 'Fort Damnation.' [Stereograph]