Gardner - Richmond Only


ILLUSTRATIONS OF GENERAL McCLELLAN'S CAMPAIGN OF THE PENINSULA — Mounted as stereographs and album cards.

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Battery No. 1 at Farnhold’s House, York River, Mounting one 200-pound and five 100-pound rifled guns, May,1862, No. 1.

Wood & Gibson

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Battery No. 1 at Farnhold’s House, York River, mounting one 200-pound and five 100-pound rifled guns, May, 1862, No. 2.

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Battery No. 1 at Farnhold’s House, York River, mounting one 200-pound and five 100-pound rifled guns, May, 1862, No. 3.

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Battery No. 1 at Farnhold’s House, York River, mounting one 200-pound and five 100-pound rifled guns. May, 1862, No. 4.

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Battery No. 4, near Yorktown, mounting ten 13-inch mortars, each weighing 20,000 pounds, May, 1862. No. 1.

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Battery No. 4, near Yorktown, mounting ten 13-inch mortars, each weighing 20,000 pounds, May, 1862. No. 2.

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Battery No. 4, near Yorktown, mounting ten 13-inch mortars, each weighing 20,000 pounds, May, 1862. No. 3.

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Moore House. Yorktown. where Cornwallis signed the capitulation,

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349

[Group before the photographic tent at Camp Winfield Scott, near Yorktown.]

James F. Gibson

350

General McClellan's Tent, Camp Winfield Scott, near Yorktown, May, 1862.

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351

Group--T. Anderson, Esq, Lieutenant Colonels Fletcher arid Neville, Major Pearson, Prince de Joinville, Compte de Paris, General Van Vliet, G. Sheffield, S. L. Arny, Duc de Chartes, at Camp Winfield Scott, near Yorktown, May, 1862.

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352

Group—Prince de Joinville and friends at Camp Winfield Scott, near Yorktown, May 1, 1862.

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353

Group—Gen. Van Vliet and friends at Camp Winfield Scott, near Yorktown, May 1, 1862.

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354

Gen. Van Vliet, Compte de Paris, Duc de Chartes, and friends at Camp Winfield Scott, near Yorktown, May 1, 1862.

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355

Group—Gen. Marcy and friends at Camp Winfield Scott, near Yorktown, May 3, 1862.

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356

Group—Duc de Chartes and friends, Camp Winfield Scott, near Yorktown, May 3, 1862.

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357

Group—Compte de Paris, Duc de Chartes, Prince de Joinville, and friends, at Camp Winfield Scott, near Yorktown. May 1, 1862.

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358

Camp Life at Camp Winfield Scott, near Yorktown, May 3, 1862.

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359

Group—Servants of Officers of Staff, Camp Winfield Scott, near Yorktown. May 3, 1862.

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360

Farnhold’s House with part of Federal Battery No. 1 in the distance.

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361

View of Gloucester and Yorktown.

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362

View of Yorktown and Fleet from Farnhold’s House, with Battery No. 1 in foreground.

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363

Northeast view of Battery No. 1, at Farnhold’s House, York River, mounting one 200-pound and five 100-pound rifled guns.

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364

View of Battery No.1, at Farnhold’s House, York River, mounting one 200-pound and five 100-pound rifled guns.

James F. Gibson

365

Southwest view of Battery No. 1, at Farnhold’s House. York River mounting one 200-pound and five 100-pound rifled guns.

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366

Group—Topographical Engineers, at Camp Winfield Scott, near Yorktown, May, 1862.

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367

Headquarters, Camp Winfield Scott, near Yorktown, May 3, 1862.

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368

Headquarters, Gen. McClellan, Camp Winfield Scott, near Yorktown, May 7, 1842.

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369

Headquarters, Gen. Lafayette, before the Battle of Yorktown.

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370

Headquarters, General Porter, Farnhold’s House, and York River in the distance.

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371

Clark’s House, Regular Hospital for the Reserve.

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372

Group of Contrabands at Headquarters of General Lafayette.

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373

Battery No. 4, near Yorktown, mounting ten 13-inch mortars, each weighing 20,000 pounds.

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374

Battery No. 4, near Yorktown, mounting ten 13-inch mortars, each weighing 20,000 pounds; south.

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375

Battery No. 4, near Yorktown, mounting ten 13-inch mortars, each weighing 20,000 pounds; south end.

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376

Battery No. 4, near Yorktown, mounting ten 13-inch mortars, each weighing 20,000 pounds; south end,

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377

Battery No. 4, near Yorktown, mounting ten 13-inch mortars, each weighing 20,000 pounds; east south end.

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378

Battery No. 4, near Yorktown, mounting ten 13-inch mortars, each weighing 20,000 pounds; east south end.

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379

Battery No. 4, near Yorktown, mounting ten 13-inch mortars, each weighing 20,000 pounds; east north end.

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380

Battery No. 4, near Yorktown, mounting ten 13-inch mortars, each weighing 20,000 pounds; east south end.

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381

Group—Generals Franklin, Slocum, Barry, Newton and friends, May 14, 1862.

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382

Group—Generals Barry, Slocum, Newton, Franklin &c, May 14, 1862.

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383

Contrabands on Mr. Toiler’s Farm, Cumberland, May 14, 1862.

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384

White House, formerly the residence of Mrs. Custis Washington: now the residence of Col. Lee; May 17, 1862; since burned.

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385

Mr. Toiler’s House, Cumberland, Virginia, May, 1862.

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386

Ruins of Bridge on the Richmond and York River Rail-road; burned by the Confederates.

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387

Groups—Lieutenants Jones, Bowen, and Custer, May, 1862.

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388

Groups of Officers of General McClellan’s Staff, May 20, 1862.

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389

Group of General Andrew Porters Staff, May 20, 1862.

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636

Group at Cumberland. May, 1862.

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637

Group at Mr. Toiler’s Farm. Cumberland.

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638

Group—English Officers, Camp Winfield Scott, near Yorktown, May, 1842.

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412 Front line of Confederate works, showing General McClellan's Battery No. 1.

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414 Water Battery, Yorktown, looking toward Gloucester.

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428

Lieutenant Washington, a Confederate prisoner, & Capt. Custer.

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429

General Barry and friends.

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430

Camp Lincoln, near Richmond, June, 1862.

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431

Gibson’s Battery of Horse Artillery, near Fair Oaks.

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432

Group—Gibson and staff.

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433

Benson’s Battery of Horse Artillery, near Fair Oaks, June ‘62.

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434

Group—Brigade Officers of Horse Artillery, near Fair Oaks.

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435

Captain Tidball and Staff near Fair Oaks.

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436

General Stoneman & Staff, at his Headquarters, near Fair Oaks.

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437

General Stoneman.

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438

Generals Stoneman and Nagley and Staff, near Richmond. June, 1862.

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439 Major Robertson's Battery of Horse Artillery (2nd US Artillery), near Richmond, Va. June 1862.

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440

Group—Major Robertson and friends.

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441

General Caldwell and Staff, at Fair Oaks, June 1862.

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442

General Kearney’s Brigade Hospital.

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443 [First New York Battery, 20 pound Parrott Rifled Guns, near Richmond.]

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444

Group—Prince’s Servants.

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445

General Stoneman and Staff, near Richmond, June 1862.

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447

View of Ravine at Yorktown where a large number of Confederate magazines were situated.

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449 [Headquarters of Gen. John B. Magruder.]

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451 [Confederate sandbag fortifications.]

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455

Confederate Fortifications, Yorktown, Va.

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458

Magruder Battery at Yorktown

G. N. Barnard

460

Water Battery, Gloucester, Mounting 15 Heavy Guns.

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462

Moore House, Yorktown, where Cornwallis signed the capitulation, 1862.

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464 [Confederate naval gun; in background is Nelson Church, used as a hospital, Yorktown.]

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465 Main entrance, Hampton Church, Va., July 2, 1862.

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468

Savage Station, Va. June 27, 1862.

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470 [Rear view of old frame house, mear which 400 soldiers were buried after battle of Fair Oaks, Va., June 1862. Fair Oaks Station, Va.] "

471

Front View of Old Frame House. Orchard and Well, at Seven Pines, Over 400 were buried here after the battle of Fair Oaks, In the distance, Sickles’ Brigade, in line of Battle.

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472 [Earthworks thrown up by McCarthy (Co. C, 1st Pa. Artillery) near extreme front at battle of Fair Oaks, Va. June 1862.] "

473

Ft. Richardson, near Quarles House, Fair Oaks Station, 1862.

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478 House Fair Oaks Battlefield used as a hospital by Hookers Division. "

479

House Fair Oaks Battlefield used as a hospital by Hookers Division.

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480

House Fair Oaks Battlefield used as a hospital by Hookers Division.

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481 [James River, Va. Bow of Confederate gunboat Teaser, Lt. Hunter Davidson, captured by U.S.S. Maratanza on July 4, 1862.] "

482

Hundred-pounder Gun on Rebel Steamer “Teazer.”

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483

The Teazer, Confederate Gun Boat, Captured by the Maritanza, July 4, 1862. This view shows the destruction caused by the bursting of 100 pound rifled shell.

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484 [U.S.S. Maratanza, Commander Thomas H. Stevens, immediately after capture of the Teaser, July 4, 1862.]

James F. Gibson

486

The Original “Monitor” after her fight with the “Merrimac.”

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488

Iron-clad Gun-boat “Galena” showing the effect of Rebel shot.

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489

Military Bridge across the Chickahominy, built by the 15th NY Engineers, Colonel Murphey.

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496 General Fitz John Porter and Staff, at headquarters, Westover Landing, Va., 1862.

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621 Headquarters of Signal Corps at Harrison's Landing, James River, Va., August, 1862.

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640

First New York Battery, 20-pound rifled guns, near Richmond, June 1862.

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642

Major Robertson’s Battery of Horse Artillery, near Richmond, June 1862.

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648 [Camp at Cumberland Landing, Pamunkey River, Va.]

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652

Deck view of the iron-clad gunboat Galena, showing the effect of the fire from Fort Darling.

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390 [Officers of the U.S.S. Monitor grouped by the turret, July 9, 1862.]

James F. Gibson

490

Crew of the Original “Monitor” on her deck.

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Group, Officers on Monitor, July 9, 1862.

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659

Deck view of “Monitor” from stern.

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660 [Sailors on deck of U.S.S. Monitor; cookstove at left.]

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Military Bridge across the Chickahominy, June 1862. #1.

D. B. Woodbury

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Military Bridge across the Chickahominy, June 1862. #2.

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ADDITIONAL PHOTOGRAPHS ISSUED AFTER SEPTEMBER 1863.

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Colonel George Sharpe, John C. Babcock, John McEntee, 80th N.Y., H.Q. Secret Service, August 1863.

T. H. O’Sullivan

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General Pleasonton, November 15, 1863.

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223

Camp in woods near Culpeper, November, 1863.

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227

Mail Wagon, Jerusalem Plank, 1864.

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237

Germanna Ford, Rappidan. 1864.

T. H. O’Sullivan

242

Belle Plain, May, 1862.

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256

Line of breastworks occupied by Union troops of North Bank of North Anna—enemies’ line of works on South Bank in the distance

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281

General Prince & Staff, October, 1863.

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127

Rear View of Winter Quarters of Telegraphic Corps & Photographic Departments, attached HQ Army of the Potomac, April 1864.

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700

The crossing of the Rapidan River at Germanna Ford.

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701

The crossing of the Rapidan River at Germanna Ford.

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702

Troops Crossing at Germanna Ford, Rappahannock River, Va., May 4, 1864.

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703

Encampment of 7000 rebel prisoners in the Punch Bowl, Belle Plain, Va., May 15,1864.

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707

Quartermaster’s Department, Belle Plain, May 17, 1864.

James Gardner

708

General view of Belle Plain, Va., May 17,1864.

T. H. O’Sullivan

710

General view of Belle Plain, taken looking eastward toward the lower landing, May 16, 1864.

James Gardner

715

Wagon Train Crossing the Rappahannock River, May, 1864.

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717

Homes on Caroline St, Fredericksburg, damaged during the shelling of December 11, 1862, taken May 19, 1864.

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721

Scene at Mrs. Alsop’s House, Spotsylvania, May 20, 1864.

T. H. O’Sullivan

722

Confederate dead laid for burial near Mrs. Alsop’s House, Spotsylvania, May 20, 1864.

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723

Dead Confederate soldier, near Mrs. Alsop’s house, Spotsylvania, May 20, 1864.

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724

1st MA Heavy Artillery burying the dead at Mrs. Alsop’s House. Pine forest near Spotsylvania Co. HQ after the battle of the 19th May 1864.

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725

Confederate Dead on the Battlefield, Spotsylvania Courthouse, May 12, 1864.

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726

Confederate Dead on the Battlefield, Spotsylvania Courthouse, May 19, 1864.

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727

View looking north from Beverly House, with the V Corps artillery reserve in the distance, May 19, 1864

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728

Beverly House, near Spotsylvania Court House, the HQ of Gen. Warren, May 19,1864.

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729

Massaponax Church, May 21, 1864.

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730

A Council of War at Massaponax Church, Va., May 21, 1864, General Grant leaning over General Meade, examining a map which had just been completed by the Topographical Engineers.

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731

A Council of War at Massaponax Church, Va., May 21, 1864, General Grant writing a dispatch.

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732

A Council of War at Massaponox Church, Va., May 21, 1864.

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733

Union Hospital at the Marye House, Marye’s Heights, Fredericksburg, May 19, 1864.

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735

Outbuildings adjacent to the Marye House, Fredericksburg, May 19, 1864.

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736

The Baptist Church, Fredericksburg, May 20, 1864.

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739

Front of Sanitary Commission depot Commerce St., Fredericksburg, May 20, 1864.

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740

Wounded soldiers at the Sanitary Commission depot, Fredericksburg, May 20, 1864.

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741

Nurses and officers of the Sanitary Commission, Fredericksburg, May 20, 1864.

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742

The backyard of Sanitary Commission depot, Fredericksburg, May 20, 1864.

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744

Bethel Church, HQ of General Burnside, May 23, 1864.

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690

Bethel Church, May 23, 1864.

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745 Canvas Pontoon bridge across North Anna River at Jericho Mills, on which 5th Corps crossed - May 23, 1864.

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746

A Canvas Pontoon Bridge on North Anna near Jericho Mill.

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747

Jericho Mill, North Anna River, view from North Bank, May 24, 1864.

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748

Jericho Mill from South Bank of North Anna, Va., with canvas Pontoon Bridge, constructed by 50th N.Y.V. Engineers.

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749

Jericho Mill, North Anna River, view from South Bank showing engineers constructing road, May 24, 1864

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750

Jericho Mill, North Anna, Va., Looking Up Stream from South Bank, Canvas Pontoon Bridge and Pontoon Train on Opposite Bank, May 24, 1864.

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751

5th Corps’ Ammunition Train Crossing North Anna, Va., at Jericho Mill, on Canvas Pontoon Bridge, constructed by 50th NY Eng.

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752 [Chesterfield Bridge, North Anna River, Va., Confederate redoubt carried by Second Corps in distance, May 24, 1864.]

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753

Chesterfield Bridge on North Anna, with Cavalry crossing. Rifle Pit in the foreground, enemies’ works in the distance.

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754

Union Supply Wagons crossing the Pamunkey River, looking eastward, May 28, 1864.

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755

Interior view of captured Confederate redoubt at the Chesterfield Bridge, on North Anna, captured by 2nd Corps under General Hancock, May 23, 1864.

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756

Line of Breastworks occupied by Union troops on North Bank of North Anna, enemies’ line of works on South bank in distance

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759

Quarle’s Mill, North Anna River, view from South Bank.

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760

The corduroy bridge over the North Anna River at Quarle’s Mill, from the North Bank.

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761

Quarle’s Mill, North Anna River, view from South Bank.

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762

Destruction of railroad Bridge across the North Anna River, May 25, 1864.

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763 [Soldiers bathing in the North Anna River.]

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765 Pontoon Bridges, North Anna, Constructed by the 50th NYV Engineers, below Railroad Bridge, Where a Portion of the 2nd Corps, under Gen. Hancock crossed, 23rd May, 1864.

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766 Canvas Pontoon bridge at Hanovertown Ferry on Pamunkey River, Va., May 28, 1864.

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767

Pontoon Bridge at Hanovertown Ferry on the Pamunky, Constructed by the 50th N.Y.V. Engineers, May 28, 1864.

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769 [Ruins of Richmond and York Railroad bridge across the Pamunkey, above White House, at Mrs. Nelson's Crossing.]

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770

Old Church Hotel, Va., June 2, 1864.

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771

Burnett’s Inn, Cold Harbor, Va., June 4, 1864.

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691 [Burnett's Inn, Cold Harbor, Va., June 4, 1864.]

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774 [Bethel Church, Virginia. View of Bethel Church, temporary headquarters of General Burnside.]

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777

Charles City Courthouse, June 14, 1864.

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778 [Charles City Courthuse, rear view, June 13, 1864.]

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780

Ruins of houses at Charles City Courthouse, June 14, 1864.

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781

Pontoon Bridge over the James River from North Bank, June 15.

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782 [Captured Confederate encampment, June 1864.]

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783

The execution of William Johnson, Petersburg, June 20, 1864.

T. H. O’Sullivan

784

Outside of one of the forts captured by 18th Corps, under Gen. Smith, with Dunn’s house in front of Petersburg, June 24, 1864.

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785

View of Rebel Works in Front of Petersburg, Captured by the 18th Corps under General Smith, June 24, 1864.

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786

Field telegraph, Battery Wagon and officers tent of Military Telegraph Corps, HQ, Army of the Potomac, June 24, 1864.

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787

Cowan’s independent Battery, lst NY inside one of the rebel forts in front of Petersburg, June 24, 1864

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789

View of Cowan’s Independent 1st NY in Rebel fort in front of Petersburg, captured by 18th Corps under Gen. Smith, June 24, 1864.

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791 Celebrating the 4th of July, 1864, in front of Petersburg, Lt. Col. Ira Spaulding and Officers of 50th NYV Engineers at dinner

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793

View on James River from Gen. Grant’s HQ, July 5, 1864.

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796

Docks at City Point, James River, Va., July 5, 1864.

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798

Railroad Docks at City Point, James River, July 6, 1864.

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801

View of bombproof works, occupied by U.S. Colored Troops in front of Petersburg, Va., August 7, 1864

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802

Black troops of Ferrero’s Division on eastern front at Petersburg, Va., August 7, 1864.

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804

Near view of Bombproof tent in the advance line in front of Petersburg, Va., August 7, 1864.

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806

A bombproof tent in front of line of Petersburg, Va., August 7.

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808

Bombproof Huts in the front line before Petersburg, August 10, 1864.

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814

View of ruins, City Point, after the explosion of August 9, 1864.

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820 13-inch mortar "Dictator" in front of Petersburg, September 1, 1864.

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822 13-inch mortar "Dictator" in front of Petersburg, September 1, 1864.

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823

Section of the 30-pound Parrott Battery on the right of the 10th Corps in the works in front of Petersburg, Va., September 1, 1864.

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824

View of the officers quarters of the 1st MA Cavalry, General Meade’s escort.

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827

1st Mass. Cavalry Camp in the woods.

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831

The "Dictator" at its final position at Petersburg adjacent to Battery 5, September 1, 1864.

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MEMORIES OF THE WAR: Petersburg and Richmond, Virginia. - Descriptions enclosed in brackets are derived, non-original descriptions. All other descriptions are original.

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845 Small Ammunition Laboratory, Richmond. April 5, 1865 Alexander Gardner

846

[Negro women sitting on rocks in the James River; Richmond & Petersburg RR bridge abuttment beyond. Taken from the south bank.]

Alexander Gardner

847 [Ruins of Arsenal, Tredegar Iron Works in distance.] Alexander Gardner
848 [Ruins inside the Arsenal; Tredegar Iron Works in distance.] Alexander Gardner
850 [Soldiers with stacked arms, resting in the shade on Capitol Square. City Hall beyond.] Alexander Gardner
851 [View from Libby Hill, looking west on Main street.] Alexander Gardner
852 [Haxall & Crenshaw Flour Mills from the James River, looking upriver.] Alexander Gardner
853 [Ruins of Richmond and Danville Railroad bridge, looking south from Mayo Island.] Alexander Gardner
854 [Close view of the Gallego Flour Mill's waterwheel.] Alexander Gardner
855 [Washington Monument, taken from the Capital building; soldiers and ladies milling about.] Alexander Gardner
856 [View of ruins in the Burnt District looking toward the Capitol.] Alexander Gardner
857 [View in the Burnt District; piles of rubble around lampost, gutted buildings beyond.] Alexander Gardner
858 [Soldier & Boy sitting in rubble; Exchange Hotel in background.] Alexander Gardner

859

Castle Thunder, Richmond, Looking up Carey Street, April 7, 1865.

Alexander Gardner

860 [Alms House, General Hospital #1, Richmond Va.] Alexander Gardner
861 [Arsenal Yard looking toward the Franklin Paper Mills] Alexander Gardner
862 [Tredegar Iron Works, showing footbridge to Brown's Island; man sitting nearby.] Alexander Gardner
863 [Ruins of buildings, two men standing in background, small stack of shot to their left.] Alexander Gardner
864 [Ruins of buildings, looking west, 2nd Presbyterian Church in background.] Alexander Gardner
865 Ruins of Armory, Richmond, Va. April 8, 1865. Alexander Gardner

866

Pratt’s Castle, Gamblers Hill, Richmond, Residence of General Heningson, April 8, 1865.

Alexander Gardner

867 [Ruins of the Franklin Paper Mills.] Alexander Gardner
868 [Canal Bridge at foot of 7th Street, barges beyond.] Alexander Gardner
869 [View of ruins and Mayo's Bridge from Mayo Island; looking northwest.] Alexander Gardner
870 [View of ruins of Richmond & Petersburg Railroad bridge.] Alexander Gardner
871 [View of Belle Isle from south bank.] Alexander Gardner

872

View of Ruins, Looking up Twelfth Street from Carey Street April 6, 1865.

Alexander Gardner

873

Libby Prison, from Union Hotel, April 6, 1865.

Alexander Gardner

874 [Ruins of Mayo's Bridge, looking south toward Manchester.] Alexander Gardner
875 [View of Millrace on the Manchester side of the city, looking towards Tredegar Iron Works.] Alexander Gardner
876 [Belle Isle Railroad Bridge from the south.] Alexander Gardner
877 [Freshet in the James River, possible Mayo Island, trees surrounded by water.] Alexander Gardner
878 [Haxall Mills, showing the James River, looking west.] Alexander Gardner
879 [Ruins of paper mill with waterwheel.] Alexander Gardner
880 [Haxall's and Crenshaw's Mills; canal in foreground.] Alexander Gardner

881

Panorama of Richmond from Gambells Hill, #1.

Alexander Gardner

882

Panorama of Richmond from Gambells Hill, #2.

Alexander Gardner

883

Panoramic View of Richmond in Ruins, from the Old Arsenal looking down the James River, April, 1865

Alexander Gardner

884

Panoramic View of Richmond in Ruins, from the Old Arsenal looking down the James River, April, 1865

Alexander Gardner

885 [Ruins of Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Bridge, looking south.] Alexander Gardner
886 [Ruins of the Gallego Flour Mills.] Alexander Gardner

887

Ruins of Arsenal, Richmond, Looking towards Petersburg Depot, April 10, 1865.

Alexander Gardner

888 [Waterwheel at Franklin Paper Mill; different view.] Alexander Gardner

890

Graves of Union Soldiers, on Belle Isle, Richmond, April 8, 1865.

Alexander Gardner

891

Belle Isle, Richmond, April 8, 1865.

Alexander Gardner

894

Kerr’s Tobacco Factory, on Carey and Twenty-first Streets, Richmond, used as a store house for supplies sent to Federal Prisoners and where the first Union Flag was thrown out on the morning of the third of April, 1865. Taken April 7, 1865.

Alexander Gardner

895 [Libby Prison, Cary street, looking west.] Alexander Gardner

896

Libby Prison, looking West, on Water Street, Richmond, April 6, 1865.

Alexander Gardner

897

Castle Thunder, Richmond, Va.

Alexander Gardner

898 [Richmond City Hospital] Alexander Gardner
899 [Ruins of R&P RR bridge, looking west. Brown's Island beyond.] Alexander Gardner
900 [View in the Burnt District.] Alexander Gardner
901 [View in the Burnt District.] Alexander Gardner
902 [Bank & 11th Streets, from Capitol Square.] Alexander Gardner
903 [View in the Burnt District.] Alexander Gardner
904 View of Ruins on Main St., Richmond, looking down from 12th St., April 6, 1865 Alexander Gardner

905

View of Ruins, Richmond, from Main Street, looking down 14th Street, April 8, 1865.

Alexander Gardner

906 [Bank street looking east; Exchange Hotel in background.] Alexander Gardner
907 [Ruins of Richmond, looking towards Gamble's Hill; caissons in foreground.] Alexander Gardner

908

Ruins of Gallago Flour Mills, Richmond, from Canal Street said to be largest mills in the country, capable of turning out 2,100 barrels of flour per day. View from Canal Street and taken on April 10, 1865.

Alexander Gardner

909

Mechanicsville, Va., April 10, 1865.

John Reekie

910

Tomb of President Monroe, Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, April 10, 1865.

John Reekie

911

Residence of Jefferson Davis, Clay and Twelfth Streets, Richmond, April 12, 1865.

John Reekie

912

Executive Mansion, (Jeff Davis’) Richmond, April 12, 1865.

John Reekie

913

Bridge Across the Chickahominy, Mechanicsville Road, Va., April 15, 1865.

John Reekie

914

Unburied Dead on Battlefield.

John Reekie

916

View on Battle-Field of Cold Harbor, April 15, 1865.

John Reekie

917 View on Battle-field of Cold Harbor. John Reekie
917 [Washington Monument on Capitol Square; soldiers milling about. Similar to 919.]

John Reekie

918

Collecting the remains of the dead, Gaines Mill, Va.

John Reekie

919

Washington Monument on Capitol Square, Richmond, April 14, 1865.

John Reekie

920

Elliston’s Mill—Battlefield of Mechanicsville, Va, April 15, 1865.

John Reekie

921

Ballard’s Hotel, Richmond, April 14, 1865.

John Reekie

922

Caisons on Stoney Creek, Destroyed on the evacuation of Richmond, April 15, 1865.

John Reekie

923

Richmond City Hall, April 14, 1865.

John Reekie

924 Chickahominy River, Va. Bridge John Reekie
925 [Residence of General R. E. Lee, Franklin Street, Richmond.] John Reekie

926

Residence of General Robert E. Lee, Franklin Street, Richmond, April 17, 1865.

John Reekie

927 [Looking up Main street.] John Reekie
928 [Monumental Church, Broad Street, with west side and front visible.] John Reekie
929 [View from Hollywood cemetery.] John Reekie

930

Bridge Across the Chickahominy, Va., April 15, 1865.

John Reekie

931 [View of graves in Oakwood Cemetery.] John Reekie

932

Ruins of Gaines’ Mill, Scene of two Battles, 27th June, 1862 and 1st June, 1864. Taken April 15, 1865.

John Reekie

933 [Chickahominy River, Va. Bank of the Chickahominy River.] John Reekie
935 Oldest House in Richmond, Main street, near 20th, over 200 years old. Headquarters of Gen. Washington, and afterwards residence of President Monroe. Alexander Gardner
936 [Richmond, Va. April 1865. House.] John Reekie
937 [St. Paul's Church from Capitol Square.] John Reekie

938

Spottiswood Hotel, Richmond, April 15, 1865.

John Reekie

939 [Ruins of Gallego Flour Mills; Haxall & Crenshaw's Mill at Right.] John Reekie
940 [View on Canal Basin, looking toward the Capitol. Barge at left, Customs House at right.] John Reekie
941 [View on Canal, looking toward Gamble's Hill; barges laden with furniture in foreground.] John Reekie
942 [Bank street at Customs House, cavalry horses tied at Capitol fence.] John Reekie
943 [View through window of the Burnt District.] John Reekie
944 [View in Burnt District.] John Reekie
945 [Burnt District, looking toward the Capitol.] John Reekie
946 [Ruined building in the Burnt District.] John Reekie
947 [View on the Canal Basin, barge across foreground.] John Reekie
948 [Group of freedmen near the Canal.] John Reekie
949 [Petersburg fortifications.] John Reekie
950 [Earthworks in front of Petersburg.] John Reekie

951

Union Wagon Train leaving Petersburg on Washington Street, April 10,1865.

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952

View looking northwestward on Sycamore Street, Petersburg, April 10, 1865.

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953 [Pontoon bridge over the James River.] John Reekie
954 [Pontoon bridge over the James River.] John Reekie
960 [Point at which Grant crossed the James.] John Reekie
964 [Ballard house on Franklin Street.] John Reekie
965 [Residence of Gen. Robert E. Lee.] John Reekie
983 [Petersburg, Va. August 1864. Troops drawn up to witness an execution.]

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990

Cemetery

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1000 [Richmond, Va., April 1865. View of church.] John Reekie
1010 [Richmond, Va. April 1865. Church.] John Reekie
1011 [Richmond, Va. April 1865. Pontoon bridge across the James River.]

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1020 [Graves of Confederate soldiers in Oakwood Cemetery.] John Reekie
1021 [Petersburg, Va. April 1865. Gas works showing the effect of bombardment.] John Reekie
1029 [A giant sling-cart to carry siege guns, Drewry's Bluff.] John Reekie
1109 [Ruins of Mill on the James River and Kanawha Canal above Richmond.]

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VIEW OF CONFEDERATE WATER BATTERIES ON THE JAMES RIVER

Neg. # Title Photographer
1001 Ten Inch Columbiad and Magazine Entrance, Sand Bag Revertment, Battery Dantzler, (Howlett's,) on James River. William Frank Browne
1002 Rear View of the same Gun, as shown in No. 1001. "
1003 Rear View of the same Gun, as shown in No. 1001. "
1005 Seven Inch Brooke Gun, (Rifle.) Sand Bag Revertment - Hurdle Revertment - a double embrasure, designed to sweep both up and down River, which bends sharply at this Point - Dutch Gap in the distance. "
1006 Same Gun as shown in No. 1005, with Traverse - View of Howlett's House in the distance, and the left of the Confederate Line, extending from the James to the Appomattox River in front of Bermuda Hundred. "
1007 Rear View of the Same Gun, as shown in No. 1005, with Battery Spofford, (U. S.) near Right Cheek of Embrasure - Entrance to Magazine near left of Picture. "
1008 Three-fourths View of the Same Gun, as shown in No. 1005. "
1009 View up, in rear of Battery Dantzler, (Howlett's,) showing Entrance to location of Gun, as shown in No. 1001. "
1010 Continuation of View No. 1009 showing rear of Battery Dantzler, (Howlett's,) with View of Howlett's House. Taken with instrument on top of high Magazine, shown in extreme distance of No. 1009. "
1011 View in Rear of Battery Dantzler (Howlett's) from a point near the Old Gun Carriage, shown in No. 1010, looking back. "
1012 View down James River from Battery Dantzler, (Howlett's) showing U. S. Batteries Sawyer and Spofford, with Butler's Tower on left - Wreck of Gunboat Drury, (Confederate) sunk by 1st Conn. Art., Jan. 24, 1865, concealed behind point of woods, in middle ground of picture. "
1013 View, from near Howlett's, of Dutch Gap, Peninsula, showing James River on each side of the Neck of Land. This View joins on left of No. 1012. "
1014 Ten-inch Columbiad in unfinished Battery Wood, on James River, next above Howlett's, showing Hurdle Revertment and Mask of Woods not yet cleared away. "
1015 Ten-Inch Columbiad in unfinished Battery Wood, on James River, Hurdle Revertment. This is next Gun above that shown in No. 1014. "
1016 Same gun as shown in 1015, with Hurdle Revertment and Epaulement - Unfinished Battery. "
1017 View in rear of Battery Wood, showing Magazine Entrance to Gun shown in No. 1015 - Hurdle Revertment, anchored by Grape Vines. "
1018 Eight Inch Brooke Rifled Gun, weighing 21,987 lbs., in unfinished Battery Wood, Hurdle Revertment, anchored by grape vines. "
1019 Side View of Eight Inch Brooke Gun, weighing 21,987 lbs. Same Gun as shown in No. 1018. "
1021 Same Gun, as shown in No. 1020 - Magazine Traverse. "
1022 Three-fourths Rear View of the Same Gun, as shown in No. 1020. "
1023 View of Battery Semmes, looking North, the reverse of the line being seen. "
1024 Ten-Inch Columbiad - Elevating Screw, and with other parts, having been removed by the Confederates - Battery Semmes. "
1025 Ten-Inch Columbiad in Battery Semmes - Seen from top of Magazine - No Revertment. "
1026 Side View of the Same Gun, as shown in No. 1025, showing the height of Magazine, and the Entrance. "
1028 Battery Brooke from South to North-Epaulement for Gun shown in No. 1027 "
1029 Ten Inch Banded Brooke’s Gun, smooth base, in Battery Brooke, pointing towards Fort Brady, (U. S.) – Entrance to Magazine on right. "
1031 Same Gun as shown in No. 1029, showing front of Carriage. "

1032

Seven Inch Brooke Rifle Gun in Battery Brooke—Fort Brady (U.S.) in extreme distance over terminus of gun.

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1034 Battery Brooke on James River, looking from North to South. "
1037 Interior of Fort Drury - Ten-Inch Columbiad, with view down River, showing point in middle ground near where the U. S. Iron Clad Galena was repulsed in 1862 - Batteries near Chapin's Bluff in the distance. "
1038 Interior of Fort Drury-Same Gun as shown in No. 1037. "
1039 Interior of Fort Drury - Hot-shot Furnace - Same Columbiad as shown in No. 1037 - Pile of Balls, &c., &c. "
1040 Extreme Battery, Drury's Bluff - Seven Inch Brooke's Rifle Gun - Portion of Hulks forming obstructions visible near left cheek of embrasure, place where Galena was repulsed in 1862 - 1st Conn. Art. on drill. "
1041 Same View as No. 1040 - Chapin's Bluff in the distance. "
1042 Three fourths front view of the same Gun as shown in No. 1040. "
1043 Three-fourths rear view of the same Gun as shown in No. 1040 - Fort Darling on the right of the picture. "
1044 Front View of the same Gun as shown in No. 1040, showing the Gabion forming the right and left cheek of the Embrasure, with Confederate Garrison in rear. "
1045 Officer's Quarters and Magazine at Drury's Bluff. "

1046

Ordnance Depot at Drury’s Bluff—Bird’s eye view of a Ship at the dock. This view was taken from the top of the Bluff, eighty feet above the deck.

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1049

View from Drury's Bluff looking down the River (James) - Chapin's Bluff below the second bend of the River. "
1050 Grave of Frank L. Smith, who was accidentally drowned in James River; also, Confeerate Graves at Drury's Bluff. "

1051

Eight-Inch Broke Gun slung on a captured Confederate Sling Cart, with Limber in front and a U. S. Sling Cart in rear.

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1052

Same Gun And Sling Cart as shown in No. 1051, showing how the Gun is slung under the cart.

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1053 View of large Sling Cart made by the Confederates to move Guns weighing 50,000 lbs. from the Tredegar Works. Used by the 1st Conn. Art. in removing the Guns from the Confederate Water Batteries on James River. "

1054

A three-fourths rear view of the same sling cart shown in 1053— (description seen on No. 1053). This view shows the construction of the wheels, the alternate spokes projecting from opposite ends of the hubs, and all terminating in the same plane in the rim of the wheel.

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1055 Three-fourths front View of the same Sling Cart shown in No. 1053. This view shows the Limber, Brake, and Drag Ropes used by the soldiers in assisting the Horses and mules to move Heavy Guns. "
1056 Front Elevation of the Sling Cart shown in No. 1053. "
1057 Rear of Sling Cart shown in No. 1053. This view shows Trunnion Rings below the Axle, Elevating Screw above and Break Levers. "
1061 View of Low Water Battery, showing Magazine and Entrance - Portion of Obstructions visible under foliage - Chapin's Bluff in the distance. "

1062

Obstructions in the River below Fort Drury.

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1063 Combination of Butler's Gap and Dutch Towers. "
1064 View in Dutch Gap. Steamtug Alida at the Entrance of the Gap. "

1065

Brigade Band at Gen. Abbott’s Headquarters, Fort Drury.

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1066 View of Butler's Dutch Gap Canal. "
1068

View of Confederate Gunboat Drury, blown up and sunk by the 1st Conn. Art. in the James River.

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1069

View of Confederate Church at Fort Darling—Graves in the foreground—Entrance to the Fort on the right.

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1072

Adjt. General's Headquarters at Fort Drury, Va.

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1075

Ordnance Depot at Broadway Landing. Ordnance awaiting shipment - Mountain Howitzer captured from U. S. Cavalry, and recaptured at Petersburg - Eight inch Columbiad (Confederate) used on Petersburg Heights - Armstrong's Blackley's, and Whitworth's Projectiles on hand barrow captured at Fort Fisher, N. C. - U. S. Howitzers on left which repulsed Confederate assault on Redoubt Dutton, June, 1864 - U. S. Navy Gun captured at Fort Clifton.

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1076 Ordnance Depot at Broadway Landing. Confederate Mortars, Eight-Inch Cohorn 24 pdr's - U.S. Train in background - A broken Gun Carriage with temporary device. "

1078

The Ambulence Corps.

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1079

Ordnance Depot at Broadway Landing. An Eight Inch Columbiad, captured from the Confederates on Petersburg Heights, slung on two Sling Carts—An Eight Inch Mortar slung on a small Sling Cart— A twenty pdr. Parrott slung on a Gin in the distance—Shipping, piles of Ordnance Boxes, &c.

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1083 Headquarters 1st Conn. Art. - Gen. Abbott and Staff. "

1084

Fort Abbott, City Point Line, the Fort Occupied by Abraham Lincoln during the fight, in front of Petersburg, that resulted in its capture.

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1085 Military Executions, City Point, Va. Hollow Square formed around the Gallows, April 1865. "
1150 [Sling Cart used in removing catured artillery at Fort Darling.] "

1151

Sling Cart for moving Heavy Cannon.

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1152 [Sling Cart used in removing catured artillery at Fort Darling.] "
1155 [Sling Cart used in removing catured artillery at Fort Darling, April 1865.] "

 

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