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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

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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, 1862.

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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.

G. N. Barnard

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

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451 Confederate Fortifications, Yorktown.

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452 View of Yorktown from Cornwallis Cave, showing Confederate water batteries, with McClellan's No. 1 Battery in the distance.

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453 Confederate Fortifications, Yorktown, Va.

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454 Water Battery, Yorktown

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455

Exploded Gun in Confederate Battery, Yorktown.

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458

Magruder Battery at Yorktown

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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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463 Naval battery, Yorktown, with Nelson church, now used as a hospital.

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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.] "

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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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474 Quarles house, near Fair Oaks station, where a large number of the dead were buried. "
476 Fort Sumner, near Susan Clark's house, Fair Oaks. "
478 House Fair Oaks Battlefield used as a hospital by Hookers Division. "

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

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

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* House Fair Oaks Battlefield used as a hospital by Hookers Division. "
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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487 Group, officers on board the Monitor, July 9, 1862.

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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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620 Westover Landing, James River, July 1862.

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

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637 Group at Mr. Foller's farm, Cumberland.

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640

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

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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

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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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