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I have been collecting Original Civil War Illustrations for over 15 years and have amassed thousands. It will be some time before I can photograph and describe each one for inclusion on this site.  Below is the title of each of the illustrations presently available. If you are interested in any of these, email me and I will email you a photo, description and price.  This is a long list, so you might want to use the search feature in internet explorer to look for keywords of interest on this page (Edit>Find on this page).

 

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(FRONT COVER) (WINSLOW HOMER DRAWING FROM MATHEW BRADY PHOTO) THE GEORGIA DELEGATION IN CONGRESS- UNDERWOOD, CRAWFORD, HARDEMAN, TOOMBS, LOVE, JONES, IVERSON, HILL, GARTRELL, JACKSON.  THE GEORGIA DELEGATION WAS AMONG THE FIRST TO SECEADE FROM THE UNION.

(FRONT COVER) GOVERNOR PICKENS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, JUDGE MAGRATH, SECRETARY OF STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, REV.BUCHANAN, AND PORTRAIT OF THE CHARLESTON ZOUAVES. GREAT HISTORICAL CONTENT SHOWING INTERESTING DETAILS OF SOLDIERS UNIFORMS.

(FRONT COVER) (WINSLOW HOMER DRAWING FROM MATHEW BRADY PHOTO) THE SECEDING MISSISSIPPI DELEGATION IN CONGRESS - JEFFERSON DAVIS, R. DAVIS, LAMAR, BROWN, BARKSDALE, SINGLETON, MCRAE

(FRONT COVER) (BRADY) D. F. JAMESON - PRESIDENT SOUTH CAROLINA CONVENTION

THE SECEDING ALABAMA DELEGATION IN CONGRESS - MOORE, CLAY, JR., STALLWORTH, COBB, FITZPATRICK, OLOPTON, PUGH, CURRY, HOUSTON

(BRADY) PRESIDENT JEFFERSON DAVIS AND VICE- PRESIDENT STEPHENS OF C.S.A.

PRESIDENT JEFFERSON DAVIS' INAUGURATION AT MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA

(HOMER) GENERAL P. T. BEAUREGARD, COMMANDER OF CONFEDERATE FORCES AT CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA

CABINET OF C.S.A. AT MONTGOMERY (shows President Jefferson Davis, Vice-President Stephens, Reagan, Toombs, Benjamin, Mallory, Menninger, Walker)

JOHN TYLER'S RESIDENCE - HAMPTON, VIRGINIA

MARSHALL KANE OF BALTIMORE

(BRADY) GENERAL R. E. LEE (one of THE Confederate generals)

GENERAL BEN MCCULLOUGH (C.S.A.), COMMANDER OF CONFEDERATE FORCES IN SOUTHWESTERN MISSOURI

GENERAL ALBERT S. JOHNSTON (C.S.A.) JUST APPOINTED TO COMMAND THE CSA. FORCES IN MISSISSIPPI

GENERAL JOSEPH JOHNSTON (C.S.A.) COMMANDING THE CONFEDERATE ARMY ON THE POTOMAC WITH GENERAL BEAUREGARD

(FRONT COVER) GENERAL PRICE (CSA.) JUST CAPTURED LEXINGTON, MISSOURI

THE CONFEDERATE EX-GOVERNOR JACKSON OF MISSOURI

(BRADY) COMMISSIONER MASON, COMMISSIONER SHIELD (CSA, COMMISSIONERS TO ENGLAND)

CAPTAIN J. G. FOSTER - ENGINEER AT FORT SUMTER

JOSEPH HOLD - SECRETARY OF WAR

LT. SUMMER COMMANDING FORT PICKENS

LT. GILMAN AT FORT PICKENS

GENERAL DAVID E. TWIGGS, LATE OF THE U.S. ARMY (left USA. to rejoin home state of Georgia)

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR ANDERSON'S COMMAND AT FORT SUMTER

GENERAL TWIGGS' SURRENDER TO TEXAS (was second in seniority in THE U.S.A. to General Scott)

(BRADY) HON. SALMON CHASE - SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) WILLIAM SEWARD - SECRETARY OF STATE

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) CHARLES ADAMS - U.S. MINISTER TO ENGLAND

COMMANDER DAHLGREN (U.S.N.) AND THE DAHLGREN GUN

'THE HEROES OF FT. SUMTER' - MAJOR ANDERSON, CAPTAIN DOUBLEDAY, SURGEON W. W. CRAWFORD, CAPTAIN J. G. FOSTER, CAPTAIN T. SEYMOUR, FIRST LT. G. W. SNYDER, FIRST LT. L. C. DAVIS, SECOND LT. R. K. MEADE, FIRST LT. T. TALBOT

(FRONT COVER) COLONEL ELLSWORTH (Commander of The Fire Zouaves of New York)

(BRADY)(HOMER) COLONEL WILSON OF THE WILSON ZOUAVES IN NEW YORK

COLONEL ELLSWORTH, COMMANDER OF THE FIRE ZOUAVES NOW IN WASHINGTON, D.C.

COLONEL WILSON AND STAFF

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL BENJAMIN F. BUTLER (only known photograph in existence - done by G. H. Louis in Boston, Massachusetts)

(BRADY) THE LATE COLONEL ELLSWORTH IN ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA (first Union officer to die)

(BRADY) SENATOR STEPHEN DOUGLAS

SENATOR DOUGLAS LYING IN STATE

THE LATE LT. GREBLE KILLED AT GREAT BETHEL JUNE 10, 1861

(FRONT COVER) BRIGADIER GENERAL LYON, COMMANDING THE U.S. FORCES IN MISSOURI

THE LATE CAPTAIN WARD, U.S.N., KILLED AT MATHIAS POINT, JUNE 27, 1861

THE CABINET AT WASHINGTON, D.C. - PRESIDENT LINCOLN, WELLES, BATES, CAMERON, SEWARD, CHASE, SMITH, BLAIR

(BRADY) MILITARY COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF SCOTT AT AGE 75

MAJOR GENERAL SCOTT AT AGE 41

MAJOR GENERAL JOHN FREEMONT IN HIS PRAIRIE COSTUME

MAJOR GENERAL PATTERSON FROM TENNESSEE

(BRADY) U.S. CONGRESS HOUSE SPEAKER GROW

(FRONT COVER) GENERAL PRENTICE COMMANDING THE ILLINOIS VOLUNTEERS IN CAIRO, ILLINOIS, GENERAL EDWARD C. WILLIAMS

GENERAL MCCLELLAN OPERATING IN WESTERN VIRGINIA

COLONEL HUNTER'S ATTACK AT BULL RUN UNDER GENERAL MCDOWELL

COLONEL CAMERON, KILLED AT FIRST MANASSAS WITH 79TH NEW YORK STATE MILITIA; COLONEL HUNTER; AND COLONEL CORCORAN (prisoner of war at First Manassas 69th New York State Militia)

(BRADY) GENERAL MCDOWELL- COMMANDED U.S. TROOPS AT FIRST MANASSAS - IN COMMAND OF TROOPS AT WASHINGTON, D.C.

FLAG OFFICER STRINGHAM, COMMANDER OF THE EAST COAST BLOCKADE; FLAGSHIP - U.S.S. MINNESOTA

(BRADY) COLONEL BLAIR (known as leader of Emancipation in St. Louis)

(BRADY) GENERAL MCCLELLAN AND STAFF - CAPTAIN CLARK, CAPTAIN VAN VLIET, MAJOR BARRY

(BRADY) GENERAL BURNSIDE

(FRONT COVER) GENERAL LYON AT THE BATTLE OF SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI (killed in action while leading charge; first Union General killed)

LT. GENERAL SCOTT, MAJOR GENERALS MCCLELLAN, DIX, FREMONT, BANKS

GENERAL SIEGEL AT THE BATTLE OF SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI

GENERAL FRANZ SIEGEL (took over command of THE Army of Missouri)

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY)(HOMER) FLAG OFFICER, STRINGHAM

MAJOR GENERAL BUTLER ATTACKING FORT HATTERAS, SOUTH CAROLINA

BRIGADIER GENERAL ROSECRANS COMMANDING US. FORCES IN WESTERN VIRGINIA

(BRADY) MAJOR GENERAL MCCLELLAN

(FRONT COVER) CAPTAIN STRONG SHOOTING CONFEDERATE CAPTAIN OF THE SECOND WISCONSIN; VOLUNTEERS 3 MILES NORTHWEST OF CHAIN BRIDGE

(FRONT COVER) BRIGADIER GENERAL S. D. STURGIS OPERATING IN NORTHERN MISSOURI

MAJOR GENERAL FREEMONT AT CAMP BENTON, ST. LOUIS

US. GENERALS - BUTLER, WOOD, MCCALL, ROSECRANS, MCCOOK, ANDERSON, MCDOWELL, SICKLES, BLEAKER, MCCLELLAN, SCOTT, HUNTER, SIEGEL, SPRAGUE, PRENTISS, MANSFIELD, TYLER, BANKS, BURNSIDE, FREEMONT, LANDER, HEINTZELMAN, DIX, CURTIS, STONE

(FRONT COVER) COL MULLIGAN (U.S.A.) DEFENDING LEXINGTON, MISSOURI

LT. RUSSELL, U.S.N. (Who burned THE Privateer Judith at Pensacola)

(FRONT COVER) Lt. Braine, U.S.N. (Commander - THE Monticello)

(BRADY) LATE GENERAL ED BAKER KILLED AT LEESBURG, VIRGINIA ON OCTOBER 21, 1861 (led THE First California Regiment)

LATE COLONEL SMITH COMMANDING THE 13TH REGIMENT NEW YORK STATE MILITIA (killed at Mechanicsville, Virginia)

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) CAPTAIN DUPONT, COLONEL DEVERS, BRIGADIER GENERAL LOVELL ROUSSEAU

GENERAL SCOTT AND THE CABINET AT RETIREMENT - LINCOLN, SMITH, CHASE, BLAIR, CAMERON, SEWARD, WELLES, BATES

GENERAL SHERMAN CAPTAIN DUPONT GIVING FINAL ORDERS TO HIS GENERALS (for THE Great Naval Expedition)

GENERALS VIELE, WRIGHT, STEVENS; CAPTAINS DAVIS, ROGERS

BRIGADIER GENERAL KELLY OF WESTERN VIRGINIA (USA.) COMMANDING THE FIRST VIRGINIA REGIMENT (recently at Romney)

BRIGADIER GENERAL MCDOWELL MCCOOK COMMANDING FIRST OHIO VOLUNTEERS IN WESTERN VIRGINIA

(FRONT COVER) GENERAL LANE AND HIS ARMY AT CAMP IN MISSOURI

COLONEL DOUGHERTY, 22ND REGIMENT ILLINOIS VOLUNTEER

GENERAL HUNTER COMMANDING US. ARMY IN MISSOURI

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL HALLECK (new commander of U.S. Army in Missouri)

(BRADY) CAPTAIN S. F. DUPONT CAPTURING BEAUFORT, SOUTH CAROLINA.

GENERAL SHERMAN CAPTURING BEAUFORT, SOUTH CAROLINA

(BRADY) COMMODORE WILKES CAPTURING CONFEDERATE COMMISSIONERS TO EUROPE

GENERAL HENRY BENHAM (served under General Morris and fought at Carrick's Ford where General Garnett, C.S.A., was killed)

GENERAL NELSON IN ACTION AT PIKETON, KENTUCKY

(FRONT COVER) ABRAHAM LINCOLN, PRESIDENT-ELECT ADDRESSING THE PEOPLE FROM THE ASTOR HOUSE BALCONY IN NEW YORK CITY

(FRONT COVER) PRESIDENT LINCOLN HOISTING THE AMERICAN FLAG (34 stars) UPON INDEPENDENCE HALL, PHILADELPHIA, FEBRUARY 22, 1861

(FRONT COVER)(HOMER) INAUGURAL PROCESSION OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN PASSING THE GATE OF THE CAPITOL GROUNDS

(HOMER) PRESIDENT-ELECT LINCOLN AND PRESIDENT BUCHANAN ENTERING THE SENATE CHAMBER JUST BEFORE THE INAUGURATION

(HOMER) INAUGURATION OF LINCOLN AS PRESIDENT AT THE CAPITOL, MARCH 4,1861

(BRADY) PORTRAIT OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN

THE CABINET AT WASHINGTON INCLUDING PRESIDENT LINCOLN, SMITH, BLAIR, CHASE, SEWARD, CAMERON, BATES, WELLES

(FRONT COVER) PRESENTATION OF PRINCE NAPOLEON TO PRESIDENT LINCOLN

Supplemental foldout - ENGRAVING OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN OCCUPYING ONE CORNER OF A MAP OF THE SOUTHERN STATES

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL SCOTT AT RETIREMENT WITH THE CABINET INCLUDING PRESIDENT LINCOLN

HARBOR OF PENSACOLA, FLORIDA (detailing THE forts and Navy Yard)

COMPARATIVE AREA OF NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN STATES EAST OF THE ROCKIES 1861

COASTLINE PROM MOUTH OF MISSISSIPPI TO PENSACOLA, FLORIDA

CHARLESTON HARBOR (showing Fort Sumter and THE Confederate Batteries)

THE THEATRE OF WAR (shows Virginia and Maryland from Baltimore north to Suffolk south, Harpers Ferry/Petersburg west to THE Chesapeake cast)

THE LINE OF THE BLOCKADE AND STRATEGIC ROUTES IN THE INTERIOR (Pennsylvania to Iowa in THE north to Gulf of Mexico in THE south, Kansas/Indiana Territory/Texas in west to Atlantic Ocean in THE east)

THE SEAT OF WAR (Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, North Carolina and coastline from Cape Henry/Norfolk to Fort Pickens south to Elkton/Hagerstown in north)

MAP OF SEVERAL VIRGINIA TOWNS (THE famous upside down map)

MAP OF INTERIOR OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI

BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER (from St. Louis to Gulf of Mexico with Knoxville to west/Shreveport, Springfield to THE east)

BALLOON VIEW OF THE SEAT OF WAR (Indianapolis/Bowling Green to THE west, THE Rappahannock/Baltimore to THE east, Staunton, Virginia, to THE west, Pittsburgh to THE cast; another famous upside down map)

BALLOON VIEW OF WASHINGTON, D.C.

MAP OF BATTLE OF FIRST MANASSAS (showing various military positions).

SEAT OF WAR IN VIRGINIA (Strasburg to Washington in THE north, Charlottesville to Bowling Green in THE south, Staunton in THE west to Potomac River in THE east; USA. and C.S.A. lines indicated)

BALLOON VIEW OF FORTRESS MONROE AND THE MOUTH OF THE CHESAPEAKE

SEAT OF WAR IN THE WEST (Kentucky/Tennessee to THE cast, Kansas to THE west, Arkansas to THE south, Illinois to THE north)

MAP OF HAGERSTOWN NORTH TO TAPPAHANNOCK SOUTH, CENTRE VILLE WEST TO ANNAPOLIS/BALTIMORE EAST

MAP OF NORTH CAROLINA SHOWING FORT HATTERASAND THE SOUND IT COMMANDS (Hampton Roads/Fortress Monroe north to Cape Lookout south, Nashville west to Atlantic Oceancast)

MAP OF WAR IN KENTUCKY, INDIANA

MAP OF INDIANA/OHIO TO THE NORTH, TENNESSEE SOUTH, ILLINOIS WEST TO WESTERN VIRGINIA EAST

MAP OF THE SEAT OF WAR IN MISSOURI (Missouri north, Arkansas/Tennessee south, Kansas west to Tennessee east with insert of Jefferson City)

MAPS OF CHARLESTON AND BEAUFORT, SOUTH CAROLINA; NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA; BRUNSWICK, GEORGIA; WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA; FERNANDINA, FLORIDA; SAVANNAH, GEORGIA; MOBILE, ALABAMA

EXCELLENT MAP OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES (insert of Washington, D.C.; President Lincoln, Seward, and McClellan's pictures appear in corners)

MAP OF SOUTH CAROLINA SHOWING THE PROPORTION OF SLAVES IN EACH COUNTY

MAP OF SEACOAST OF SOUTH CAROLINA SHOWING THE DEPTH OF WATER ON EACH BAR)

MISSISSIPPI RIVER PROM CAIRO TO THE CHALK BLUFF

(FRONT COVER) CHART MAP OF GEORGIA SHOWING PERCENTAGE OF SLAVES IN EACH COUNTY

MAP SHOWING NEW BOUNDARIES OF VIRGINIA, MARYLAND AND DELAWARE AS PROPOSED BY SECRETARY CAMERON (U.S.)

WAR MAP OF TENNESSEE SHOWING ALL THE STRATEGIC POINTS (Mississippi/Alabama south; southern Kentucky north; Arkansas west to North Carolina east)

BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF FORT PICKENS DURING THE BOMBARDMENT.

U.S. STEAMSHIP NIAGARA (at Jeddo, Japan November 10, 1860) -

THE NEW IRON PLATE WARSHIP LA GLOIRE (French)

LAUNCH OF THE IRON PLATED WARSHIP WARRIOR (British)

THE NAVY YARD AT NORFOLK

U.S. FRIGATE 4BJNE (Fort Pickens)

U.S. GUNBOAT FIRING A SALUTE TO WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY (Wyandotte)

Frigate Merrimac

Port Norfolk

(FRONT COVER) THE DANIEL WEBSTER (at Texas with US. troops)

THE WASHINGTON NAVY YARD

THE U.S. FLEET AT FORT PICKENS, FLORIDA (gunboat Wyandotte/frigate Sabine/US. steam sloop Brooklyn/gunboat Crusader/St. Louis)

THE ATLANTIC IN NEW YORK BOARDING SUPPLIES

THE ATLANTIC IN BALTIMORE BOARDING SUPPLIES

TRANSPORT STEAMERS LEAVING NEW YORK WITH VOLUNTEERS

THE R.R. CUYLER DEPARTING NEW YORK WITH 71ST REGIMENT N.Y. MILITIA

NAVAL MONUMENT AT ANNAPOLIS

THE U.S.S. CONSTITUTION AT ANNAPOLIS (saw combat in Revolutionary War and War of 1812)

DESTRUCTION OF NORFOLK NAVY YARD BY U.S. TROOPS

(FRONT COVER) THE LADY DAVIS SHIP OF WAR (C.S.N.)

THE STEAMER BIENVILLE UNLOADING AT WASHINGTON HARBOR

THE BROOKLYN DISEMBARKING TROOPS AT FORT PICKENS

C.N. STEAMBOATS OVERHAULED BY U.S. MEN OF WAR IN THE GULF (P0WHATAN, BROOKLYN)

MAID OF MIST SHOOTING RAPIDS AT NIAGARA FALLS

NAVY YARD AT PENSACOLA

BLOCKADE AT THE MOUTH OF THE CHESAPEAKE SHOWING MANY SHIPS NOT NAMED

VIEW OF FORTRESS MONROE FROM THE BAY SHOWING MANY SHIPS NOT NAMED

CSA. BATTERIES ATTACKING U.S. SHIPS AT AQUIA HARBOR, VIRGINIA

THE C.S.S. SUMTER

THE C.S.S. SAVANNAH CAPTURED BY THE PERRY U.S.N.

CREW OF THE U.S.N. COLORADO

U.S. GUNBOATS BEING FITTED OUT

THE STEVENS BOMBPROOF BATTERY AS IT WILL APPEAR WHEN FINISHED

THE NAVY YARD AT BROOKLYN SHOWING THE FOLLOWING SAIL WARSHIPS: WABASH, RESOLUTE, ROANOKE, MT. VERNON, R.R. CUYLER SAVANNAH, POTOMAC, SOUTH CAROLINE BRANDYWINE, VANDALIA, MONTGOMERY

CONFEDERATE "INFERNO MACHINE" (underwater mine)

THE SCHOONER SJ. WARING (recaptured from THE "Pirates" by William Tillman, Negro)

THE YACHT HENRIETTA, 160 TONS

RECAPTURE OF THE SCHOONER ENCHANTRESS BY THE ALBATROSS (U.S.S.)

SCENES AT BROOKLYN NAVY YARD INCLUDING THE BRANDYWINE, THE CONNECTICUT (formerly THE Mississippi)

THE ST. LAWRENCE, U.S.N., SINKING THE PRIVATEER PETREL AT SEA

THE U.S. STEAMER MINNESOTA (Flagship of Flag Officer Stringham)

PRESENT CONDITION OF NEW GUNBOATS IN STAGES OF CONSTRUCTION

PREPARING MERCHANT VESSELS FOR BLOCKADE

U.S. GUNBOATS ON MISSISSIPPI RIVER

THE CONESTOGA AND LEXINGTON (U.S.N.)

(FRONT COVER) BOMBARDMENT OF FORTS HATTERAS AND CLARK

C.S.N. NAVAL BATTERY AT MANASSAS JUNCTION

DEPARTURE OF THE GREAT SOUTHERN EXPEDITION UNDER GENERAL BUTLER FROM FORTRESS MONROE - THE HARRIET LANE, WABASH, MINNESOTA, MONTICELLO, PAWNEE

BOMBARDMENT OF FORT HATTERAS

THE U.S. STEAMBOAT WINONA LAUNCHED AT NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 14, 1861

THE US. SLOOP JAMESTOWN NEAR FLORIDA

THE MEN OF WAR IN HARBOR AT NEW YORK: JEROME/NAPOLEON (French), RINALDO (British), CATINAT (French), BOEBERIBE (Brazilian), JAMESTOWN (US.), STEADY (British)

U.S. GUNBOATS BEING BUILT

THE STEAMER C.S.S. PAGE LYING AT AQUIA HARBOR

(FRONT COVER) BURNING OF THE PRIVATEER JUDITH

BURNING THE DRY DOCKS AT FORT PICKENS, FLORIDA

THE US. GUNBOAT NEW ERA BEING BUILT NEAR ST. LOUIS

CAPTURE OF US. GUNBOAT FANNY AT CHICKAHOMINY, N.C., BY THREE CONFEDERATE TUGBOATS

U.S. IRONCLAD BEING BUILT AT MYSTIC, CONNECTICUT

INNER STRUCTURE OF THE IRONCLAD

THE U.S. MONTICELLO SHELLING FORT HATTERAS

MERCHANT STEAMERS CONVERTED INTO U.S. GUNBOATS: NASHVILLE, ALABAMA, QUAKER CRY, ST. JAGO DECUBA, MTVERNON, SOUTH CAROLINA, FLORIDA, DE SOTO, AUGUSTA, JAMES ADGER, MONTICELLO, BIENVILLE, DR. CUYLER, MASSACHUSETTS

NEW US. GUNBOATS: CHIPPEWA, SCIOTA, ITASCA, WINONA, HURON, OHAWA, PEMHIAS, SENECA, UNADILL, SAGAMORE, AND TAOMA

(FRONT COVER) THE C.S.S. MERRIMAC

THE GREAT NAVAL EXPEDITION (US.) CURLEW, OCEAN QUEEN, ORIENTAL, BALTIC, O.M. PELLITE, GEM OF THE SEAS, GREAT REPUBLIC, WABASH, SENECA, PEMBINA, CONNECTICUT, MERCURY, UNADILLA, AUGUSTA, ALABAMA, JAMES ADGER (location not released by paper)

U.S.N. SEMINOLE AND POCAHONTAS ENGAGING CONFEDERATE BATTERIES AT EVANSPORT ON THE POTOMAC RIVER ABOVE AQUIA'S CREEK

C.S.N. INFERNAL MACHINE INTENDED TO DESTROY THE MINNESOTA

PORTION OF U.S.N. EXPEDITION ON NIGHT OF OCTOBER 16, 1861, SAILING TO HAMPTON ROADS SHOWING THE WABASH, FLORIDA, AUGUSTA, ALABAMA, OHAWA, SENECA AND PEMBINA

GREAT NAVAL EXPEDITION DEPARTING FROM ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND

US. FLEET ATTACKED BY ROWN'S FLEET AT MOUTH OF MISSISSIPPI RIVER

GREAT EXPEDITION - VESSELS AT HAMPTON ROADS PRIORTO DEPARTURE: MARION, SEMINOLE, BEN DEFORD, GRAPESHOT, NARRAGANSETT, ALABAMA, PAWNEE, VANDERBILT, WINFIELD SCOTT, ATLANTIC MINNESOTA, BALTIC, WABASH, R.B. FORBES, ORIENTAL, MA TA NZAS, PHILADELPHIA

NAVAL EXPEDITION TO BEAUPORT, SOUTH CAROLINA - MERCURY (with General Sherman on board), PENGUIN, PAWNEE, SENECA, OHAWA, PEMBINA, CURLEW, ISAAC SMITH

NAVY EXPEDITION ON THE WAY TO PORT ROYAL INLET AS OF OCTOBER 31,1861

BOMBARDMENT OF FORTS WALKER AND BEAUREGARD AT PORT ROYAL INLET, SOUTH CAROLINA - MERCURY, WABASH, SCREAMER, HUNTRESS, SUSQUEHANNA, BIENVILLE, PEMBINA, SENECA, OHAWA, UNADILLA, PAWNEE, MOHICAN, ISAAC SMITH, CURFEW, VANDALIA, PENGUIN, POCAHONTAS, SEMINOLE,

BATTLE AT SOUTHWEST PASS (on THE Mississippi); THE RAM MANASSAS (C.S.N.) ATTACKING THE RICHMOND (U.S.N.)

THE BATTLE AT THE SOUTHWEST PASS

THE RETREAT OF THE CONFEDERATE FLOTILLA

THE STEAMSHIP CONSTITUTION LEAVING (with General Butler's troops on THE "Southern Expedition")

THE NEW LIGHTSHIP OF MARTINS INDUSTRY AT PORT ROYAL, SOUTH CAROLINA

THE STONE FLEET ON ITS WAY TO THE SOUTHERN COAST: AMERICAN, ROBIN HOOD, HENRIETTA, POTOMAC, CEREA, MARIA THERESA, LC RICHMOND, ARCHER, LEONIDAS, SOUTH AMERICA, COURIER, HERALD, TIMOOR, KENSINGTON

THE ERICSSON STEEL CLAD BATTERY READY FOR LAUNCH AT LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK

THE COMBINED SPANISH, FRENCH AND ENGLISH EXPEDITION AGAINST MEXICO (shows several ships)

BETWEEN DECKS OF A U.S. MAN OF WAR

PARTIAL SHOWING OF CONFEDERATE FLEET AT FORT PICKENS, FLORIDA (ships not named)

GENERAL HALLECK'S FLEET OF MORTAR BOATS FOR SERVICE ON THE MISSISSIPPI

SEA BATTERY AT FORTRESS MONROE

OLD POINT COMFORT, VIRGINIA

GOVERNOR THOMAS HICKS OF MARYLAND

MISS PATTERSON OF BALTIMORE (first wife of THE late Prince Jerome Bonaparte)

THE NORFOLK NAVY YARD

SKETCHES: FORT WASHINGTON/RICHMOND ARMORY/THE MERRIMAC/WOMAN WITH SWORD Isis Semper Tyranis]

HARPERS FERRY (nice overview)

6TH MASSACHUSETTS REGIMENT FIGHTING THEIR WAY THROUGH BALTIMORE

FORT MCHENRY, BALTIMORE

BURNING OF THE BRIDGE AT CANTON, MARYLAND

RENDEZVOUS OF VIRGINIANS AT HALLTOWN, VIRGINIA, ON APRIL 18,1861, TO MARCH ON HARPERS FERRY

BURNING OF THE ARSENAL AT HARPERS FERRY

VIRGINIANS MARCHING ON HARPERS FERRY

VIEW OF ANNAPOLIS WITH THE U.S.S. CONSTITUTION IN FOREGROUND

PRACTICE BATTERY AT ANNAPOLIS

TARGET PRACTICE AT ANNAPOLIS

NAVAL MONUMENT AT ANNAPOLIS

DESTRUCTION OF NORFOLK NAVY YARD BY U.S. TROOPS

REPAIRING BRIDGES ON THE RAILROAD FROM ANNAPOLIS TO WASHINGTON BY US. TROOPS

DESECRATION OF STATUE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON IN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

THE VIRGINIAN OF 1776/1861

RAISING U.S. FLAG AT CUSTOMS HOUSE, BALTIMORE, MAY 1, 1861

THE LONG BRIDGE FROM WASHINGTON TO VIRGINIA GUARDED BY U.S. ARTILLERY

THE RELAY HOUSE AND THE WASHINGTON JUNCTION VIADUCT AT THE BALTIMORE BRANCH OF THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD (Winnan's steam gun captured) INTENDED FOR THE CONFEDERACY

R.R. BRANCHES TO WASHINGTON AND HARPERS FERRY

MILITARY OCCUPATION AT BALTIMORE ENCAMPMENT ON FEDERAL HILL

US: BATTERY COMMANDING ROAD TO HARPERS FERRY NEAR RELAY HOUSE

U.S. BATTERY COMMANDING BRIDGE AT RELAY HOUSE

POINT OF ROCKS, HARPERS FERRY

(FRONT COVER) KILLING OF COLONEL ELLSWORTH (USA.) AT TAVERN IN ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA.

SURRENDER OF CONFEDERATE CAVALRY AT ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA

USA. MAKING ENTRENCHMENTS AT ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, VIRGINIA

UNION CHARGE OF CAVALRY THROUGH VILLAGE OF FAIRFAX COURTHOUSE

UNION TROOPS ADVANCING INTO ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA MAY 24, 1861

US: PICKETS AFTER CONFEDERATE PROWLERS IN ALEXANDRIA

GRAFTON, VIRGINIA, OCCUPIED BY GENERAL MCCLELLAN

NEWPORT NEWS OCCUPIED BY GENERAL BUTLER (USA.)

ON THE ROAD BETWEEN WASHINGTON AND ALEXANDRIA (various scenes)

CONFEDERATE TROOPS UNDER GENERAL BRAGG AT WARRENTON PENINSULA

VIEW OF FORTRESS MONROE

CONFEDERATE BATTERIES ATTACKING US: SHIPS AT AQUIA CREEK

LEESBURG BRIDGE ON THE POTOMAC BELOW HARPERS FERRY (held by Virginians)

CONFEDERATE TROOPS ARRIVING AND DEPARTING, MARTINSBURG, VIRGINIA (now West Virginia)

CHESAPEAKE FEMALE COLLEGE (Headquarters General Pierce, USA.)

JOHN TYLER'S RESIDENCE (Hampton, Virginia)

VERMONT REGIMENT AT NEWPORT NEWS

FIRST REGIMENT NEW YORK AT FORTRESS MONROE

ANGLES OF FORTRESS MONROE

U.S. TROOPS LANDING AT NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA

ARMY OF THE POTOMAC ON ALEXANDRIA ROAD

THE 1ST CONNECTICUT AT ROACH'S SPRINGS, VIRGINIA (two miles north of Alexandria)

GRAND REVIEW OF GENERAL MCDOWELL'S CORPS (south side of Potomac)

THE BATTLE OF ROMNEY, VIRGINIA (now West Virginia)

TENNESSEE RIFLEMEN ENTERING WINCHESTER FROM STRASBURG ON THEIR WAY TO JOIN THE VIRGINIA ARMY

HARPERS FERRY AS EVACUATED BY THE CONFEDERATES

HARPERS POTOMAC BRIDGE BLOWN UP BY THE CONFEDERATES JUNE 15 -

COLONEL THOMAS' (USA.) BRIGADE CROSSING THE POTOMAC AT WILLIAMSPORT, MARYLAND

FORT MCHENRY, BALTIMORE

HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND WITH MCMULLINS' (USA.) RANGERS IN FOREGROUND

STOCKADE AND CAMP OF THE KENTUCKY REGIMENT (C.S.A.) ON THE MARYLAND HEIGHTS OPPOSITE HARPERS FERRY

HARPERS FERRY ARMORY AS IT NOW APPEARS

DESTRUCTION OF RAILWAY CARS BY MISSISSIPPIANS AT HARPERS FERRY

IRREGULAR RIFLEMEN (C.S.A.) OF THE ALLEGHENIES

MILITARY OCCUPATION OF MONUMENT SQUARE, BALTIMORE, BY US. ARTILLERY ORDERED BY MAJOR GENERAL BANKS

CONFEDERATE PRISONERS AT FORTRESS MONROE

(FRONT COVER) BRINGING IN MRS. SCOTT OF FAIRFAX AS PRISONER TO FALLS CHURCH (accused of having a Union Captain captured)

BATTLE MAP OF FIRST MANASSAS

OHIO VOLUNTEERS AT ROACH'S MILL, VIRGINIA

CAMP OF FIRST BRIGADE OF CONFEDERATE ARMY ON FAIRGROUNDS NEAR WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA

CONFEDERATE FLAG AT HARPERS FERRY

FALLS CHURCH, VIRGINIA (advanced post of Army of THE Potomac)

LOCOMOTIVES DISMANTLED BY CONFEDERACY AT MARTINSBURG (now West Virginia)

SECOND MISSISSIPPI REGIMENT PASSING ALONG MAIN STREET IN WINCHESTER ON WAY TO BUNKER HILL, VIRGINIA

MANASSAS SCENES

BATTLE OF MANASSAS SCENE, 2 P.M. JULY 21,1861

BALLOON VIEW OF FORTRESS MONROE

UNION SCENES AT MANASSAS

4TH SOUTH CAROLINA REGIMENT IN TRENCHES AT MANASSAS

RETURN OF FORGING PARTY TO PHILLIPI, VIRGINIA

UPPER BATTERY AT CHAIN BRIDGE (cross Potomac into Virginia at McLean)

LOWER BATTERY AT CHAIN BRIDGE

BURNING OF HAMPTON BY CONFEDERATES UNDER COLONEL MAGRUDER

CAMP JOHNSON NEAR WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA (Union)

(FRONT COVER) A FEMALE REBEL IN BALTIMORE (a common scene)

BAR AT SPOTSWOOD HOUSE, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (where Confederate officers socialized)

THE "HOTEL" AT CENTREVILLE, VIRGINIA

LONDON HEIGHTS ACROSS THE POTOMAC (Harpers Ferry is in THE distance)

CONFEDERATE PRISONERS LEAVING BALTIMORE FOR FORTRESS MONROE

C.S.A. "NAVAL" BATTERY AT MANASSAS JUNCTION

COLONEL TYLER'S (USA.) CAMP NEAR SUMMERSVILLE, VIRGINIA (scene of engagement August 26, 1861 with troops under General Floyd, C.S.A.)

CONFEDERATE ENTRENCHMENTS ON MARTINSBURG TURNPIKE NEAR WINCHESTER

US. SUPPLY TRAIN GOING THROUGH HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND

JAMES RIVER CANAL NEAR BALCONY FALLS (Confederate troops going from Lynchburg to Buchanan on way to western Virginia)

MUNSON'S HILL OVERLOOKING BAILEY'S CROSSROADS (advanced post of Confederate Army; Regiment from General Longstreet occupies)

BAILEY'S CROSSROADS (advanced post of THE Union Army)

THE CONFEDERATE STEAMER PAGE AT AQUIA HARBOR

EARTHWORKS BEING CONSTRUCTED AT FEDERAL HILL, BALTIMORE

RECRUITING FOR THE CONFEDERATE ARMY AT WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA

GAULEY MOUNTAIN IN WESTERN VIRGINIA

(BRADY) FAIRFAX COURTHOUSE, VIRGINIA (General Bonham's Headquarters U.S.A.)

EARTHWORKS COMMANDING APPROACHES TO LEESBURG, VIRGINIA

ALABAMA REGIMENT MARCHING THROUGH CAPITAL SQUARE AT RICHMOND ON THEIR WAY TO JOIN GENERAL BEAUREGARD

(FRONT COVER) UNION MIGHT RECONNAISSANCE ON THE POTOMAC

(FRONT COVER) HEROIC COUNTY JAIL, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

CONFEDERATE BATTERIES AT SEWALL'S POINT OPPOSITE FORTRESS MONROE

VALLEY OF THE SHENANDOAH OF VIRGINIA

ARKANSAS TROOPS UNDER GENERAL BEAUREGARD IN VIRGINIA

CONFEDERATE CAMP NEAR LEESBURG

UNION VESSELS AT HAMPTON ROADS BEFORE DEPARTURE

BEEF FOR THE UNION ARMY CROSSING THE LONG BRIDGE (Washington to Alexandria)

CAPTURE OF A CONFEDERATE PICKETT NEAR SHREVE'S FARM NEAR FALLS CHURCH, VIRGINIA

DEPARTURE OF UNION TROOPS FROM BLADENSBURG, MARYLAND

MUNSON'S HILL WITH FORT ERECTED (opposite Bailey's Crossroads, Virginia)

CONFEDERATE BATTERIES ON THE POTOMAC - BUDD'S FERRY

CONFEDERATE BATTERIES ON THE POTOMAC - EVANSPORT

PHOTOGRAPHIC SALOON IN CAMP NEAR BALL'S CROSSROADS (Bailey's Crossroads, Virginia)

VIEW OF THE MOUNTAIN REGION OF WESTERN VIRGINIA, FROM SUMMIT OF LIMESTONE MOUNTAIN

FORT RUNYON (Union), ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA

FORT ALBANY (Union), ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA

THE GREAT REVIEW (Union) AT BAILEY'S CROSSROADS, NOVEMBER 20, 1861

FORT CORCORAN (Union) AT ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, VIRGINIA (occupies General Lee's personal land)

THE VILLAGE AT LEWINSVILLE, VIRGINIA

BALLOON RECONNAISSANCE MISSION IN VIENNA, VIRGINIA (U.S.)

VIEW OF URBANA, VIRGINIA, ON THE RAPPAHANNOCK

SKIRMISH AT HUNTER'S MILL NEAR VIENNA, VIRGINIA

PICKETS FIRING NEAR FAIRFAX (US.)

FORT AND OBSERVATORY ON UPTON'S HILL

(HOMER) CONFEDERATE TROOPS AROUND A BIVOUAC FIRE AT THE POTOMAC

INTERIOR OF THE NEW DOME OF THE CAPITOL AT WASHINGTON, D.C.

(FRONT COVER) INAUGURAL PROCESSION OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN AT WASHINGTON, D.C.

(HOMER) PASSING THE GATE OF THE CAPITOL GROUNDS

(HOMER) INAUGURATION OF LINCOLN AS PRESIDENT AT THE CAPITOL, MARCH 4,1861

THE WASHINGTON ARSENAL

THE WASHINGTON NAVY YARD

(FRONT COVER)(HOMER) SWEARING IN OF UNION VOLUNTEERS IN FRONT OF A FEDERAL BUILDING IN WASHINGTON, D.C.

THE LONG BRIDGE FROM WASHINGTON VIRGINIA OVER THE POTOMAC GUARDED BY U.S. ARTILLERY

(FRONT COVER) WILLARD HOTEL IN WASHINGTON, D.C., SAVED FROM FIRE

GRAINERS UNDER THE US. SENATE CHAMBER

BREAD OVENS IN THE BASEMENT OF THE CAPITOL BUILDING

COOKING IN THE U.S. TREASURY YARD

8Th MASSACHUSETTS IN THE ROTUNDA OF THE CAPITOL

LATE HEADQUARTERS OF COLONEL ELLSWORTH AT THE CAPITOL IN WASHINGTON, D.C.

NEW YORK FIRE ZOUAVES QUARTERED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

SLEEPING BUNKS OF THE FIRST RHODE ISLAND REGIMENT AT THE PATENT OFFICE, WASHINGTON, D.C.

QUARTERS OF THE 69Th IRISH REGIMENT NEW YORK STATE MILITIA AT GEORGETOWN COLLEGE, WASHINGTON, D.C.

(HOMER) ADVANCED GUARD OF THE "GRAND ARMY" MOVING OVER THE LONG BRIDGE

(FRONT COVER) WOUNDED SOLDIERS AT HOSPITAL IN WASHINGTON, D.C.

UPPER BATTERY AT CHAIN BRIDGE (Washington side of THE Potomac)

LOWER BATTERY AT CHAIN BRIDGE

14Th MASSACHUSETTS MARCHING ON PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE IN WASHINGTON, D.C.

POLITICAL PRISON AT 1ST AND A STREETS, NORTH WASHINGTON, D.C.

U.S. MARINE BARRACKS AT WASHINGTON, D.C.

THE WESTERN WHARVES AT WASHINGTON WHERE ARMY SUPPLIES ARE RECEIVED

GRAND CAVALRY REVIEW AT WASHINGTON ON THE PARADE GROUNDS ONE MILE EAST OF THE CAPITOL, SEPTEMBER 21, 1861

THE U.S. TREASURY (interior and exterior)

GRAND CAVALRY AND ARTILLERY REVIEW, OCTOBER 8,1861 (as viewed from east of THE Capitol looking west)

WAR SCENES IN AND AROUND WASHINGTON

MAP OF WASHINGTON, D.C. AND VICINITY (supplement foldout)

BEEF FOR THE ARMY CROSSING THE LONG BRIDGE OVER THE POTOMAC

BURNING OF THE GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL ON E STREET, WASHINGTON, D.C., NOVEMBER 4,1861

SURRENDER OF EX-GENERAL TWIGGS (late of THE U.S. Army to Texas Troops), SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 16,1861

THE INTERIOR OF FORT SUMTER DURING THE BOMBARDMENT APRIL 12, 1861

BOMBARDMENT OF FORT SUMTER BY THE BATTERIES OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES APRIL 13, 1861

FIRST BLOOD - THE 16TH MASSACHUSETTS REGIMENT FIGHTING THEIR WAY THROUGH BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, APRIL 19,1861

THE MARCH OF THE VIRGINIANS ON HARPERS FERRY, APRIL 18, 1861

U.S. VOLUNTEERS ATTACKED BY THE "MOB" AT CORNER OF 5TH AND WALNUT STREETS, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI

CHARGE OF US. CAVALRY THROUGH THE VILLAGE OF FAIRFAX COURTHOUSE (May 31,1861)

WAR SCENES FROM CHAMBERSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA

THE BATTLE OF GREAT BETHEL, JUNE 10,1861

CHARGE OF DURYEE'S ZOUAVES (5th New York Regiment) AT BATTLE OF GREAT BETHEL

THE BATTLE OF ROMNEY, WESTERN VIRGINIA, JUNE 11, 1861

THE BATTLE OF PHILIPPI (Barbour County, Virginia), JUNE 3, 1861

(FRONT COVER) THE BATTLE OF BOONVILLE, MISSOURI, JUNE 17,1861

VIRGINIA TROOPS CROSSING THE BLUE RIDGE EN ROUTE TO MANASSAS JUNCTION

GENERAL BEAUREGARD'S CONFEDERATE TROOPS AT WHITE SPRINGS, VIRGINIA, NEAR THE MANASSAS GAP RAILROAD

THE BATTLE OF RICH MOUNTAIN, VIRGINIA, JULY 13,1861

BATTLE OF HOKE'S RUN AT FAWNG WATERS BETWEEN WILLIAMSPORT, PENNSYLVANIA, AND MARTINSBURG, WESTERN VIRGINIA

LT. HALL (Officer at Fort Sumter during surrender) FIRING CANNON ACROSS THE POTOMAC AT CONFEDERATES

(FRONT COVER) THE DEATH OF C.S.A. GENERAL GARNETT AT THE BATTLE OF LAUREL HILL AT ST: GEORGE TUCKER'S COUNTY (June 12, 1861)

THE BATTLE OF CARTHAGE, MISSOURI (late July 1861)

COLONEL HUNTER'S (U.S.A.) ATTACK AT THE BATTLE OF BULL RUN (July 21, 1861)

COMMENCEMENT OF THE BATTLE AT BULL RUN

FIRING INTO A DESERTED EARTHWORK AT BULL RUN

RETREAT OF U.S. TROOPS FROM BULL RUN BY MOONLIGHT

CHARGE OF THE BLACKNORSE CAVALRY (C.S.A.) UPON THE FIRE ZOUAVES AT BATTLE OF BULL RUN

CARRYING IN THE WOUNDED AT THE BATTLE OF BULL RUN

THE BATTLE OF BULL RUN, 2 P.M., JULY 21,1861

CHARGE OF THE 69TH REGIMENT (New York State Militia) UPON A CONFEDERATE BATTERY AT BULL RUN

4TH SOUTH CAROLINA REGIMENT WORKING IN THE TRENCHES AT NIGHT AT MANASSAS JUNCTION

RESUME OF COLONEL SMITH'S COMMAND (U.S.A.) AT MONROE, MISSOURI, BY GOVERNOR WOOD OF ILLINOIS

CONFEDERATES BAYONETING U.S. SOLDIERS AT BULL RUN

CHARGE OF U.S. CAVALRY AT THE BATTLE OF DUG SPRING, MISSOURI

GENERAL SIEGEL (U.S.A.) FORCING HIS PRISONERS TO DRAW OFF HIS CANNON AT THE BATTLE OF SPRINGFIELD

MARKETPLACE AT WINCHESTER (rendezvous of THE Virginia Militia of THE Valley of THE Shenandoah)

(FRONT COVER) BOMBARDMENT OF FORT HATTERAS AND FORT CLARK BY THE U.S. FLEET

ARRIVAL OF REINFORCEMENTS FOR GENERAL BEAUREGARD AT WHITE PLAINS, VIRGINIA (Camp of THE tiger Zouaves, Louisiana)

CONFEDERATE PICKET SHOOTING A UNION PICKET NEAR JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI

BURNING THE PENSACOLA DRY-DOCK OFF FORT PICKENS, FLORIDA, AUGUST 31, BY U.S.A.

CHARGE OF THE IRISH REGIMENT UNDER COLONEL MULLIGAN OVER THE BREASTWORKS AT LEXINGTON, MISSOURI

THE BATTLE OF LEXINGTON, MISSOURI

AN ALABAMA REGIMENT MARCHING THROUGH CAPITAL SQUARE, RICHMOND, ON THEIR WAY TO JOIN GENERAL BEAUREGARD

VIEW OF JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI, SHOWING NEW FORTIFICATIONS AND ARRIVAL OF U.S. TROOPS

(FRONT COVER) A NIGHT RECONNAISSANCE ON THE POTOMAC OF ARMY OF POTOMAC

THE USS MONTICELLO SHELLING CONFEDERATES AT HATTERAS, OCTOBER 5,1861

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - PICKET GUARD

(FRONT COVER) ATTACK UPON THE CAMP 6TH REGIMENT NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS BY THE CONFEDERATES AT SANTA ROSA ISLAND, OCTOBER 9, 1861

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - A SCOUTING PARTY

GENERAL FREMONT'S ARMY (U.S.) ON THE MARCH THROUGH SOUTHWESTERN MARYLAND

CHARGE OF GENERAL FREMONT'S BODYGUARD THROUGH THE TOWN OF SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI (October 24, 1861)

CAPTURE OF A CONFEDERATE PICKET NEAR SHREVE'S FARM, VIRGINIA, NEAR ARLINGTON

BATTLE OF BELMONT (Missouri) CHARGE OF COLONEL DOUGHERTY 22ND ILLINOIS REGIMENT UPON THE CONFEDERATE BATTERIES (under U.S. Grant's command)

BATTLE OF SANTA ROSA (October 9,1861) (Confederate attack under General Anderson)

SKIRMISH NEAR HUNTER'S MILL, VIRGINIA (Vienna) BETWEEN PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY AND CONFEDERATES

"THE DREAM OF A SECESSIONIST - (George) WASHINGTON AND VALLEY FORGE"

STATEHOUSE OF MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA

CITY OF VICKSBURG

(FRONT COVER) CHANTREY'S STATUE OF (George) WASHINGTON (now in THE State House at Boston)

"THE DREAMER AT MOULTRIE -1776 AND 1861" (by Nevin)

VARIOUS SCENES OF FORT SUMTER

THE ALAMO

(George) 'WASHINGTON THE MEDIATOR"

DEDICATION TO THE VASSAR FEMALE COLLEGE

(BRADY) GENERAL SAM HOUSTON

THE BIGGEST GUN IN THE WORLD - THE FIFTEEN INCH COLUMBIAD

VIRGINIA SKETCHES INCLUDING THE MERRIMAC AND STATE SEAL

COAT OF ARMS. OF THE SEVERAL STATES OF THE UNION (including southern)

FASHIONS OF 1800

(FRONT COVER) THE HOUSETOPS IN CHARLESTON DURING THE BOMBARDMENT OF FORT SUMTER

THE RIFLED CANNON WHICH DID SO MUCH DESTRUCTION AT FORT SUMTER (Confederate)

THE VIRGINIAN OF 1776 AND 1861

LUTHER L LADD - MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER KILLED AT BALTIMORE RIOTS APRIL 19,1861 (first Union casualty of War)

INSPECTION OF THE COLUMBIAD (biggest cannon) AT FORT PULASKI (Confederate)

CONFEDERATE WHITE HOUSE AT MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA

(BRADY) ENGRAVING OF STEPHEN DOUGLAS WHO LOST TO PRESIDENT LINCOLN

ENGRAVING OF TEXAS RANGER

UNIFORMS OF THE CONFEDERATE ARMY

UNIFORMS OF U.S. VOLUNTEERS AND STATE MILITIA

CAMP LIFE IN CONFEDERATE ARMY (using THE Bowie knife)

PRINCE NAPOLEON Ill AND HIS WIFE

MANUFACTURING MUSKETS AT THE US. ARMORY, SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS

FIRE AT THE CONTINENTAL THEATRE IN PHILADELPHIA

THE FISHERIES OF ALBERMARLE AND PAMLICO SOUNDS, NORTH CAROLINA

(FRONT COVER) THE TELESCOPIC RIFLE

GAULEY MOUNTAIN IN WESTERN VIRGINIA

(BRADY) FAIRFAX COURTHOUSE

CONFEDERATES AT HATTERAS

WAR BALLOON AT GENERAL MCDOWELL'S HEADQUARTERS

(HOMER) "THE SONGS OF THE WAR"

POST OFFICE AND STORES AT HILTON HEAD, SOUTH CAROLINA

SCENES IN AND AROUND BEAUFORT, SOUTH CAROLINA

SCENES AND VIEWS AROUND FORT PICKENS, FLORIDA

(HOMER) A BIVOUAC FIRE ON THE POTOMAC (Confederate)

(HOMER) GREAT FAIR GIVEN IN NEW YORK CITY IN AID OF THE POOR

(FRONT COVER) THE SECEDING MISSISSIPPI DELEGATION IN CONGRESS

THE LATE REV. DR. MURRAY

(FRONT COVER) THE INAUGURAL PROCESSION AT WASHINGTON PASSING THE GATE OF THE CAPITOL GROUNDS

PRESIDENTS BUCHANAN AND LINCOLN ENTERTAINING THE SENATE CHAMBER BEFORE THE INAUGURATION

THE INAUGURATION OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN AS PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES AT THE CAPITOL, WASHINGTON, D.C., MARCH 4,1861

(FRONT COVER) GENERAL THOMAS SWEARING IN THE VOLUNTEERS CALLED INTO SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES AT WASHINGTON, D.C.

GENERAL BEAUREGARD

COLONEL WILSON OF WILSON'S BRIGADE

THE 79TH REGIMENT (Highlanders), NEW YORK STATE MILITIA

THE ADVANCE GUARD OF THE GRAND ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES CROSSING THE LONG BRIDGE OVER THE POTOMAC AT 2 A.M. ON MAY 24, 1861

(FRONT COVER) THE WAR - MAKING HAVELOCKS FOR THE VOLUNTEERS

(FRONT COVER) FILLING CARTRIDGES AT THE UNITED STATES ARSENAL AT WATERTOWN, MASSACHUSETTS

(FRONT COVER) FLAG OFFICER STRINGHAM

THE SONGS OF WAR

BIVOUAC FIRE ON THE POTOMAC

GREAT FAIR GIVEN AT THE CITY ASSEMBLY ROOMS, NEW YORK, DECEMBER 1861, IN AID OF THE CITY POOR

(FRONT COVER) JEFFERSON DAVIS AND THE MISSISSIPPI DELEGATION IN CONGRESS

(FRONT COVER) THE SECEDING DELEGATION OF ALABAMA IN CONGRESS

DAVIS AND STEPHENS AS PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF C.S.A.

SALMON CHASE - SECRETARY OF TREASURY (U.S.A.)

GENERAL SAM HOUSTON

(FRONT COVER) WILLIAM SEWARD, SECRETARY OF STATE (U.S.A.)

(FRONT COVER) MRS. GENERAL GAINS

(FRONT COVER) CHARLES ADAMS, U.S. MINISTER TO ENGLAND

PORTRAIT OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN

(FRONT COVER) COLONEL WILLIAM WILSON OF THE "WILSON ZOUAVES" (U.S.A.)

THE LATE COLONEL ELLSWORTH

THE PORTRAIT OF SENATOR DOUGLAS (now dead; ran against Lincoln for Senate)

UNION MILITARY COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF LT. GENERAL SCOTT

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES SPEAKER GROW

GENERAL MCDOWELL (U.S.A.)

GENERAL MANSFIELD (U.S.A.)

COLONEL BLAIR (U.S.A.)

Flag Officer Stringham

GENERAL MCCLELLAN AND HIS STAFF (U.S.A.)

GENERAL BURNSIDE (U.S.A.)

GENERAL R. E. LEE (C.S.A.)

(FRONT COVER) FLAG OFFICER STRINGHAM (U.S.A.)

TWO-PAGE PORTRAIT OF MAJOR GENERAL MCCLELLAN

GENERAL BONHAM'S HEADQUARTERS AT FAIRFAX COURTHOUSE (C.S.A.)

LATE GENERAL EDWARD BAKER, KILLED IN BATTLE OF LEESBURG OCTOBER 21,1861

(FRONT COVER) CAPTAIN DUPONT (U.S.A.)

THURLOW WEED, ESQ.

CAPTAIN S. F. DUPONT (U.S.A.)

COMMODORE WILKES (USA.)

COMMISSIONER MASON (C.S.A.)

COMMISSIONERS TO ENGLAND (C.S.A.)

GEORGE UPDYKE, MAYOR-ELECT OF NEW YORK

THE CONFEDERATE GENERAL ZOWCOFFER, KILLED AT THE BATTLE OF SOMERSET (Kentucky - Mill Springs)

THE PRISON AND JAILERS AT RICHMOND (General Winder C.S.A., U. Todd C.S.A) (also showing view of Sudley Church)

(FRONT COVER) JOHN (Hunt) MORGAN (C.S.A.), THE HIGHWAYMAN OF KENTUCKY (referred to as Captain and Chieftain of Guerrillas)

(BRADY) THE CONFEDERATE GENERAL STONEWALL JACKSON

THE CONFEDERATE BISHOP - MAJOR GENERAL POLK (was in command at Columbus, Kentucky, and took part in Battle of Shiloh)

GENERAL BUELL (Commander in Kentucky)

(BRADY) GENERAL BURNSIDE, COMMANDING THE BURNSIDE EXPEDITION, COMMODORE GOLDSBOROUGH (commanding naval part of General Burnside's expedition)

(FRONT COVER) 'LITTLE MACS OUT AGAIN (General McClellan)

GRAND RECEPTION AT THE WHITE HOUSE JANUARY 1862(showing Messrs. May, Nicolay, General McDowell, Colonel Lamon, President Lincoln; Cullum, Colonel Astor, Mrs. Lincoln, Secretary Chase and daughter, Miss Cameron; General Casey, Mercier, General Peck, U. Wis

BRIG. GENERAL KELLEY (of Virginia) AND HIS UNITED STATES VOLUNTEERS AND STAFF (U. W. R. Kelley, Captain McKenzie, Captain Hawks, Powell, Captain Harrison, and Major Frothingham)

THE HONORABLE EDWIN M. STANTON, SECRETARY OF WAR

(FRONT COVER) COMMODORE FOOTE, U.S.N. (guiding the naval attack on Ft. Henry on the Tennessee River)

(BRADY) BRIG. GENERAL BURNSIDE (commanding the attack on Roanoke Island, N.C.)

BRIG. GENERAL FOSTER (commanding the First Brigade at Roanoke Island)

CAPTAIN W. D. PORTER OF THE "ESSEX" (at the Battle of Ft. Henry)

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL ULYSSES S. GRANT, U.S.A., THE HERO OF FORT DONELSON

BRIG. GENERAL CURTIS (just engaged on the Arkansas border with General Price, C.S.A.)

BRIG. GENERAL GARFIELD (engaged with General Humphrey Marshall's Confederate troops around January 11, at Prestonburg, Ky.)

(BRADY) THE LATE GENERAL F. W. LANDER (commanded a Division of Army of the Potomac - died from wounds suffered at Edward's Ferry, October 22, 1861)

THE LATE CAPTAIN MENDILL, KILLED AT FT. DONELSON

(FRONT COVER) LT. WORDEN, U.S.N., COMMANDING THE "MONITOR"

BRIG. GENERAL MANSFIELD AND STAFF AT NEWPORT NEWS (Virginia) DURING THE ENGAGEMENT

(BRADY) HONORABLE ANDREW JOHNSON, MILITARY GOVERNOR OF TENNESSEE (BRADY) LT. MORRIS, U.S.N., COMMANDER OF THE "CUMBERLAND" (commanded during the battle with the C.S.S. "Merrimac")

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) MAJ. GENERAL BUELL (just promoted because of his campaign in Kentucky and Tennessee)

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) BRIG. GENERAL SHIELDS (commanded at the Battle of Winchester, Virginia, March 15, 1862)

GENERAL POPE (at New Madrid)

(FRONT COVER) MAJ. GENERAL HALLECK IN THE FIELD, APRIL 1862 (at Island No. 10 on the Mississippi

(BRADY) MAJ. GENERAL POPE (at Island No. 10)

(BRADY) COMMODORE FOOTE (at Island No. 10)

(FRONT COVER) THE (Union) HEROES OF THE BATTLE OF PITTSBURG LANDING (Shiloh) (Major Generals McClernand, Grant, Buell; Brig. Generals Sherman, Nelson, Prentiss, Brighten, Crittenden, Wallace, McCook, Sweeney, Rousseau)

(FRONT COVER) MAJ. GENERAL 0. M. MITCHELL (operating in Alabama)

BRIG. GENERAL QUINCY A. GILMORE (was in charge of the siege of Ft. Pulaski)

COMMODORE FARRAGUT (Flag Officer of the Union Fleet now at New Orleans)

BRIG. GENERAL WINFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK (recently appointed Brig. General of Volunteers under General McClellan's Army of the Potomac)

COMMODORE GOLDSBOROUGH (commanding one-half of the Atlanta Blockading Squadron)

(FRONT COVER) BRIG. GENERAL STONEHAM, COMMANDING THE ADVANCE OF GENERAL MCCLELLAN'S ARMY (in command of all cavalry - Army of the Potomac)

ROBERT SMALLS, CAPTAIN OF (U.S.S.) "PLANTER" (only Black Naval Captain)

BRIG. GENERAL SILAS CASEY, U.S.A. (commanded the Army of Potomac's advance position at Battle of Fair Oaks near Richmond)

BRIG. GENERAL JOSEPH HOOKER, USA. (commanded a Division of Army of Potomac and was at Battle of Fair Oaks)

(FRONT COVER) MAJ. GENERAL LEWIS WALLACE, IN COMMAND AT MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE

(FRONT COVER) BRIG. GENERAL GEORGE F. SHEPLEY, COMMANDANT OF NEW ORLEANS

MAJ. GENERAL BENJAMIN F. BUTLER, COMMANDING DEPARTMENT OF THE GULF

MAJ. GENERAL JOHN POPE, COMMANDING THE ARMY OF VIRGINIA (recently put in command to operate in the Shenandoah Valley, Generals Fremont, Banks, McDowell put under his Command)

(FRONT COVER) BRIG. GENERAL GEORGE A. MCCALL (said to have been wounded and captured by the Confederates at the Battle of the Chickahominy)

(FRONT COVER) BRIG. GENERAL FITZ-JOHN PORTER (commanding a Corps in the Army of the Potomac)

(FRONT COVER) BRIG. GENERAL DANIEL BUTTERFIELD (commanding a Brigade under General Fitz-John Porter)

(FRONT COVER) BRIG. GENERAL TRUMAN SEYMOUR (commanding a Brigade in General McCall's Division; also did many sketches published in Harper's Weekly)

MAJ. GENERAL DIX, U.S.A. (commanding Fortress Monroe)

BRIG. GENERAL COUCH, U.S.A. (commanding a Division in General Fitz-John Porter's Corps - Army of Virginia)

(BRADY) BRIG. GENERAL KEYES (commanding the Fifth Army Corps Army of Virginia)

MAJ. GENERAL HALLECK, COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF (recently appointed Commander-In-Chief of all US. Armies)

THE MURDER OF GENERAL ROBERT L MCCOOK, NEAR SALEM, ALABAMA (killed by Confederate Guerrillas)

(FRONT COVER) BRIG. GENERAL MICHAEL CORCORAN, LATE (previously) COLONEL OF THE 69TH REGIMENT, NEW YORK STATE MILITIA

THE LATE R. L MCCOOK, U.S.A.

(FRONT COVER) MAJ. GENERAL JOHN POPE, COMMANDING THE ARMY OF VIRGINIA (operating near Manassas)

(BRADY) THE LATE GENERAL ISAAC I. STEVENS (killed at Second Manassas)

(BRADY) THE LATE GENERAL PHIL KEARNEY (killed in baffle near Fairfax Courthouse)

THE LATE COLONEL FLETCHER WEBSTER (killed at Second Manassas)

(FRONT COVER) GENERAL MCCLELLAN ENTERING THE TOWN OF FREDERICK, MARYLAND - THE POPULAR WELCOME

(BRADY) MAJ. GENERAL HOOKER (wounded at Battle of Antietam [Sharpesburg] September 17, 1862)

(BRADY) MAJ. GENERAL FRANKLIN (Commander of the Sixth Corps Army of the Potomac)

(BRADY) THE LATE GENERAL MANSFIELD (killed at Battle of Antietam [Sharpesburg] September 17, 1862)

(BRADY) THE LATE GENERAL RENO (killed at the Battle of South Mountain September 14, 1862)

(FRONT COVER) MAJ. GENERAL FRANZ SIEGEL, COMMANDING TWELFTH CORPS, ARMY OF THE POTOMAC

(BRADY) BRIG. GENERAL WADSWORTH, UNION CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) MAJ. GENERAL WILLIAM S. ROSECRANS, COMMANDER OF THE ARMY OF OHIO

(FRONT COVER) (BRADY) HON. HORATIO SEYMOUR, GOVERNOR-ELECT OF STATE OF NEW YORK

GENERAL MCCLELLAN SURRENDERING THE COMMAND OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC TO GENERAL BURNSIDE (November 10, 1862)

ACTING REAR-ADMIRAL D. D. PORTER (Commander of the Mississippi Flotilla)

(BRADY) BRIG. GENERAL THOMAS, OF THE ARMY OF OHIO (General Buell Commanding)

BRIG. GENERAL STANLEY OF THE ARMY OF THE MISSISSIPPI (General Grant Commanding)

COLONEL INGALLS, CHIEF QUARTERMASTER OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) MAJ. GENERAL A. E. BURNSIDE, COMMANDER OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC (Army of Potomac now consists of three "Grand" Divisions: Left, Right, and Center; Division Generals are, respectively, Franklin, Sumner, and Hooker)

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) MAJ. GENERAL NATHANIEL P. BANKS, U.S.A. (Commander of the Great Southern Expedition)

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) MAJ. GENERAL BURNSIDE AND THE DIVISION COMMANDERS OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC (shown are Hooker, Franklin, Sumner, and Siegel)

GRAND RECEPTION AT THE WHITE HOUSE, JANUARY 1862(showing President and Mrs. Lincoln plus many Generals and Cabinet members)

THE PRESIDENTS VISIT TO THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC -ARRIVAL AT THE (train) STATION AT FREDERICK, MARYLAND (President Lincoln not shown)

(BRADY) MRS. LINCOLN, WIFE OF THE PRESIDENT

GENERAL VIEW OF SHIP ISLAND (Mississippi) SHOWING THE LANDING OF GENERAL PHELP'S BRIGADE (USA.) - SHOWS SHIPS, THE "BIG GUN," FT. MASSACHUSETTS

BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF THE COAST FROM SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, TO BEAUFORT, S.C., SHOWING THE POSITION OF THE US. FLEET

BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF WASHINGTON AND VICINITY SHOWING 118 POINTS OF INTEREST INCLUDING FORTS, CAMP, RAILROADS (including Fairfax Courthouse, Manassas Junction, Baltimore Turnpike, Navy Yard)

CHANNELS TO CHARLESTON HARBOR

GENERAL VIEW OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER FROM CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TO THE MOUTH (distance in miles from various points to New Orleans and Cairo)

MAP OF JAMES RIVER (Virginia) SHOWING RICHMOND, PETERSBURG WEST TO NORFOLK, ATLANTIC OCEAN EAST

MAP SHOWING PAMLICO SOUND AND ALBEMARLE SOUND AND THE APPROACHES TO NORFOLK FROM THE SOUTH

BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF BOWLING GREEN, KENTUCKY, AND ITS APPROACHES

WAR MAP SHOWING THE THEATRE OF OPERATIONS OF THE MISSISSIPPI EXPEDITION AND GENERAL BUELL'S ARMY

TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP SHOWING MILL SPRING, PULASKI COUNTY, KENTUCKY

CHART OF HATTERAS INLET, NORTH CAROLINA

MAP SHOWING POSITION OF FT. HENRY, FT. DONELSON, AND THE MEMPHIS AND OHIO RAILROAD

GENERAL MAP OF ALBEMARLE AND PAMLICO SOUNDS SHOWING THE THEATRE OF OPERATIONS OF THE BURNSIDE EXPEDITION (from Fortress Monroe north to Hatteras Inlet south/from New Bern, Murfreesboro west to Atlantic Ocean east)

ROANOKE ISLAND, SHOWING POSITION OF CONFEDERATE BATTERIES

MAP OF FT. DONELSON AND VICINITY

MAP OF THE SEAT OF WAR IN TENNESSEE AND KENTUCKY, SHOWING THE PRESENT POSITION OF THE UNION ARMIES UNDER GENERALS BUELL AND GRANT

GENERAL MAP OF VIRGINIA, SHOWING THE FIELD OF OPERATIONS OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC (Winchester, Annapolis north to N.C. south/Charlottesville west to Chesapeake Bay east)

MISSISSIPPI RIVER FROM CAIRO TO MEMPHIS

BRUNSWICK, GEORGIA, NOW OCCUPIED BY THE UNION FORCES (map of Brunswick, Ga. and surrounding area)

MAP OF THE SOUTHERN STATES, SHOWING THE STRATEGIC POINTS AND THEIR RAILROAD CONNECTIONS, THE PRINCIPAL RIVERS, AND THE PRESENT POSITION OF THE UNION AND CONFEDERATE FORCES (from Cincinnati and St. Louis north to Gulf of Mexico and Jacksonville south/Arkan

MAP OF BEAUFORT, N.C., AND SURROUNDING AREA

BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF THE COURSE OF THE MISSISSIPPI AND THE SEAT OF WAR IN TENNESSEE AND THE VICINITY (Illinois north to New Orleans south)

MAP OF THE SEAT OF WAR IN TENNESSEE AND MISSISSIPPI, SHOWING THE PRESENT POSITIONS OF THE UNION AND CONFEDERATE ARMIES

GENERAL MAP OF THE SEAT OF WAR IN VIRGINIA, SHOWING THE ROAD TO RICHMOND (from Winchester and Annapolis north to N.C. south/Charlottesville west to Chesapeake Bay east)

MAP SHOWING THE POSITION OF FT. PULASKI AND APPROACHES TO SAVANNAH, GEORGIA

BALLOON VIEW OF THE VICINITY OF NEW ORLEANS LOOKING TOWARD THE GULF OF MEXICO (with point of interest identified)

MAP OF WESTERN TENNESSEE, SHOWING THE PRESENT POSITION OF THE UNION AND CONFEDERATE ARMIES, CORINTH, AND THE APPROACHES TO MEMPHIS, WITH RAILROADS IDENTIFIED

MAP OF YORKTOWN AND THE VICINITY SHOWING THE POSITION OF GENERAL MCCLELLAN'S ARMY AND THE CONFEDERATES UNDER JEFFERSON DAVIS

THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER FROM ITS MOUTH TO CAIRO, SHOWING NEW ORLEANS, MEMPHIS, FT. WRIGHT, ISLAND NO. 10, COLUMBUS AND MORE

MAP OF THE THEATRE OF WAR IN VIRGINIA (from Winchester and Annapolis north to N.C. south/Roanoke and Blue ridge Mountains west to Norfolk and Chesapeake Bay east)

MAP OF THE SEAT OF WAR IN VIRGINIA (from Richmond north to Norfolk south/Petersburg west to Hampton and Gloucester east)

MAP SHOWING THE EXTENT OF U.S. TERRITORY STILL UNDER INSURRECTIONARY CONTROL

MAP OF THE SEAT OF WAR IN VIRGINIA, SHOWING THE OLD AND NEW POSITIONS OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC (from Richmond north to Fortress Monroe south/Petersburg west to York River east)

THE CITY OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

MAP OF THE COUNTY SURROUNDING RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SHOWING THE RAILROADS, PRINCIPAL ROADS, WATER COURSES, ETC. (from Luray to Potomac River north to Petersburg south/Staunton west to Richmond east)

MAP OF THE SEAT OF WAR IN VIRGINIA, SHOWING THE SITES OF THE RECENT BATTLES (from Sbarpesburg Maryland north to Richmond south/Winchester, Charlottesville west to Washington, D.C., Richmond cast)

WAR MAP OF KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEE, SHOWING THE PRESENT THEATRE OF OPERATIONS IN THE WEST (Cincinnati north to Murfreesboro south/Mississippi River west to Virginia border east, with insert of map of Louisville)

GENERAL MAP OF THE SEAT OF WAR IN MARYLAND (Carroll County north to Charleston, W.V. south! Chambersburg and Martinsburg west to Alexandria, Annapolis east)

WAR MAP OF KENTUCKY, SHOWING THE PRESENT FIELD OF OPERATIONS IN THAT STATE (from Cincinnati north to Lexington, N.C., south/Missouri border west to Virginia border cast, with insert map of Louisville)

MAP OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, MARYLAND, SHOWING THE BATTLEFIELDS OF ANTIETAM AND SOUTH MOUNTAIN

MAP OF KENTUCKY, SHOWING THE THEATRE OF THE CONTEST BETWEEN GENERAL BUELL (U.S.A.) AND GENERAL BRAGG (C.S.A.)

MAP OF PART OF MARYLAND, SHOWING THE SCENE OF THE LATE CONFEDERATE RAID (in Frederick County, Maryland)

MAP OF THE HARBOR OF GALVESTON (Texas), NOW IN UNION HANDS

MAP OF THE SEAT OF WAR IN VIRGINIA (from Sharpesburg north to Richmond south/Front Royal west to Washington, D.C., east)

MAP OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, AND ITS ENVIRONS, SHOWING THE CONFEDERATE FORTS (James River, major roads and railroad lines)

TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF EASTERN VIRGINIA FROM FREDERICKSBURG TO RICHMOND (taken from original railroad surveys; this is the only reliable map of this portion of the state. Signed by Charles Shotly, Topographical Engineer - Harper's Weekly)

GENERAL BURNSIDE'S EXPEDITION (U.S.A.) (Destination Fortress Monroe), SHOWING THE FOLLOWING SHIPS (U.S.N.):PIONEER, ZOUAVE, RESTLESS, HUSSAR, CHASSEUR, VIDETTE, WESTERN WORLD, SEMINOLE, JONES, STAMPEDE, WINONA, EASTERN CITY, HOLLY, UNLAS, SUMTER, CRUSADER

(FRONT COVER) SINKING THE STONE FLEET IN CHARLESTON HARBOR (union Whalers sunk with Stone to close the Harbour)

THE VESSELS AT GENERAL BURNSIDE'S EXPEDITION AT ANNAPOLIS: NEW YORK, SKIRMISHER, GRENADA, NORTHERNER. CHASSEUR, BOMBSHELL, COSSA CK, JOHNTRUCKS, LANCER, ZOUAVE, SENTINEL, EASTERN QUEEN,NEW BRUNSWICK, HUSSAR, EASTERN STATE, SHRAPNELL, RANGER, SCOUT

COMMODORE FOOTE'S GUN-BOAT FLOTILLA ON THE MISSISSIPPI (Mound City, Essex, Cairo, SL Louis, Louisville, Flagship Benton, Pittsburg Lexington)

BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF THE VESSELS COMPOSING THE BURNSIDE EXPEDITION AT FORTRESS MONROE AND SHOWING NORFOLK AND ITS APPROACHES

(FRONT COVER) DESTRUCTION OF A SCHOONER OFF CUMBERLAND INLET, GEORGIA, BY THE BOATS OF THE U.S.S. ALABAMA

(FRONT COVER) THE C.S.S. SUMTER FIRING AT THE BRIG JOSEPH PARKS, OF BOSTON

COMMANDER PORTER'S MORTAR FLOTILLA (Westfield A. Hengel O. H. Lee, C. P. Williams, Henry Jones, George Mangham, Racer, Horace Beals, Saran Buen, S. Rotan, J. Griffith, R. Seaman, M. J. Carlton, S. C Jones, Sea Foam, Octorora - Cmdr. Porter's Flagship)

THE U.S.S. STEAM SLOOP OF WAR PENSACOLA PASSING THE CONFEDERATE BATTERIES IN THE POTOMAC JANUARY 11,1862 (at Cockpit Point, Virginia)

THE VESSELS OF GENERAL BURNSIDE'S (Southern) EXPEDITION OFF FORTRESS MONROE THE NIGHT BEFORE THEIR DEPARTURE

(FRONT COVER) THE C.S.S. NASHVILLE (with sister boats) AND THE U.S.S. TUSCARORA AT SOUTH HAMPTON, ENGLAND (also the Dauntress and Moultan)

THE IRONCLAD FRIGATE C.S.S. MERRIMAC AND SLOOP OF WAR C.S.S. GERMANTOWN OFF CRANEY ISLAND (near Fortress Monroe)

THE WRECK OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK OF THE BURNSIDE EXPEDITION, OFF HATTERAS INLET

(FRONT COVER) GUN DECK OF ONE OF THE MISSISSIPPI GUN BOATS ENGAGED IN THE ATTACK ON FT. HENRY (Tennessee recently captured by the Union)

THE UNION GUN BOATS ADVANCING UP THE TENNESSEE RIVER TO THE ATTACK Of FT. HENRY, TENNESSEE

UNION NAVY IN THE SAVANNAH RIVER (loss of USS. Steamer Winfield Scott. The expedition in Warsaw Sound showing the Belvedere, McClellan, HulJt Boston, Seminole, Delaware, Ellen, Cosmopolitan, Fotomska, above Ft. Pulaski - Pembrina Ft. Andrews, Unadilla

THE CAPTURE OF FORT HENRY, TENNESSEE

DESTRUCTION OF COMMODORE LYNCH'S FLEET (C.S.S.) NEAR ELIZABETH CITY, N.C. (Commodore Rowan, U.S.N., commanding Union naval forces)

UNION SOUTHERN MEN WELCOMING UNION GUN BOATS IN ALABAMA

THE (Union) GUN BOAT ATTACK ON THE (Confederate) WATER BATTERIES AT FT. DONELSON (Tennessee) (showing the U.S.S. Tyler, Constaganogo, Carondele Pittsburg, Louisville, St. Louis)

(FRONT COVER) LT. WARDEN, U.S.N., COMMANDING THE MONITOR

(FRONT COVER) THE ERICSSON STEEL-CLAD BATTERY MONITOR

NEWPORT NEWS (Virginia) BATTERY BEFORE THE FIGHT (U.S.S. CONGRESS, CUMBERLAND)

THE C.S.S. MERRIMAC RUNNING DOWN THE FRIGATE U.S.N. CUMBERLAND OFF NEWPORT NEWS

THE ERICSSON BATTERY MONITOR DRIVING OFF THE C.S.S. MERRIMAC

CONSTRUCTION PLANS OF THE U.S.S. MONITOR

CAPTAIN JOHN ERICSSON (U.S.N.), (architect of the U.S.S. Monitor

(FRONT COVER) THE C.S.S. NASHVILLE RUNNING THE BLOCKADE AT BEAUFORT, N.C. (with Stars and Bars)

BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF THE ATTACK ON THE CONFEDERATE BATTERIES ON OR NEAR ISLAND NO. 10 BY COMMANDER FOOTE'S FLOTILLA (on the Mississippi - Illinois)

BOMBARDMENT OF ISLAND NO. 10 BY THE MORTAR FLEET (U.S.N.) MARCH 16,1862

THE NEW IRONCLAD STEAMER (U.S.S.) GALENA BUILT AT MAJESTIC, CONNECTICUT

GUN DECK OF THE NEW IRONCLAD STEAMER GALENA

(BRADY) LT. MORRIS, U.S.N., COMMANDER OF THE U.S.S. CUMBERLAND (sunk by the C.S.S. Merrimac)

BOMBARDMENT OF NEW BERN, N.C. (by General Burnside's forces)

EXACT PICTURE OF THE C.S.S. STEAMER VIRGINIA (Merrimac)

THE MONITOR AS SHE IS - INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR

THE BATTLE BETWEEN THE (U.S.S.) MONITOR AND THE (C.S.S.) MERRIMAC IN HAMPTON ROADS (other ships shown: U.S.S. Yorktown, Jamestown, Minnesota (grounded), U.S.S. Congress (burning), Cumberland (sunk), Roanoke) March 9, 1862

THE FIRST DAY'S FIRING AT YORKTOWN, VIRGINIA, APRIL 1862

LONGITUDINAL SECTION OF THE NANGA TUCK, THE STEVENS IRON STEAM (Union)

GUN-BOAT NANGA TUCK NOW AT FORTRESS MONROE

THE GUN-BOAT (U.S.S.) CARONDELET RUNNING THE CONFEDERATE BATTERIES AT ISLAND NO. 10 (on the Mississippi - Illinois)

THE SECOND TRIP OF THE (C.S.S.) MERRIMAC - SCENES AT OR AROUND FORTRESS MONROE (showing Sewell's Point, Virginia, U.S.S. Jamestown, Octarora, Nangatuck)

VIEW OF THE STEAMERS SUNK BY THE CONFEDERATES AT ISLAND NO. 10 AND NEW MADRID (U.S.S. ships sunk: Champion, Yazo C.S.S. Grampus, U.S.S. John Simmons, Red Rover, Prince, Admiral, Ohio Belle, De Soto, Kenewha Valley, Mars, Winchester)

FLAG OFFICER FARRAGUT'S GULF SQUADRON AND COMMODORE PORTER'S MORTAR FLOAT (U.S.N.) (U.S.S. Richmond Pensacola, Colorado, Flag Ship Hanford Octorora)

RECONNAISSANCE OF FORTS JACKSON AND ST. PHILLIP ON THE MISSISSIPPI BUYING GUN BOATS FROM FLAG OFFICER FARRAGUT'S SQUADRON (U.S.S. Kennebeck, Winnoa, various C.S.S. gun boats unnamed - near New Orleans)

RECONNAISSANCE OF Fr. WRIGHT BY THE GUN BOATS AND MORTAR FLEET APRIL 18, 1862 (U.S.S. Benton, Pittsburg, Carondeled De Sota, Conestoga, Mound Coy, Cincinnati, Cairo (35 miles north of Memphis)

BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF THE FEDERAL FLOTILLA DESCENDING THE MISSISSIPPI TO ATTACK FT. WRIGHT (35 miles north of Memphis)

THE (U.S.S.) STEAMER HARTFORD, COMMANDER FARRAGUT'S FLAGSHIP WHICH LED THE SQUADRON UP THE MISSISSIPPI

COMMANDER FARRAGUT'S SQUADRON AND CAPTAIN PORTER'S MORTAR FLEET ENTERING THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER (U.S.S. Pensacola, Westfield, Connecticut, Harriet Lane, Clifton, Banona)

THE EXPEDITION AGAINST NEW ORLEANS

BOMBARDMENT OF THE CONFEDERATE FORTS JACKSON AND ST. PHILLIP (at New Orleans) APRIL 24, 1862

FIRE RAFTS SENT DOWN BY THE CONFEDERATES APRIL 17; THE U.S.S. STEAMER MISSISSIPPI CRIPPLING THE C.S.S. MANASSAS APRIL 24 (also shown U.S.S. Richmond Brooklyn, Confederate Fleet, U.S.S. Pensacola Clifton, Harriet Lane, Oneida)

THE THIRD DAY'S BOMBARDMENT OF FORTS JACKSON AND ST. PHILLIP (at New Orleans)

FIGHT BETWEEN THE (U.S.S.) VARUNA AND C.S.S. GOVERNOR MOORE

THE FLAGSHIP HARTFORD (U.S.N.) ASSAILED BY A STEAM RAM AND SET ON FIRE BY A RAFT

THE (U.S.S.) HARTFORD AND BROOKLYN SILENCING THE BATTERIES

ARRIVAL OF THE FLAGSHIP HARTFORD (U.S.N.) OFF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS 1 PM APRIL 25

BLOWING UP THE (C.S.S.) LOUISIANA AFTER THE SURRENDER (Ironclad)

DESTRUCTION OF COTTON LADEN VESSELS BY THE CONFEDERATES NEAR NEW ORLEANS ON THE APPROACH OF THE (U.S.S.) HARTFORD ON APRIL 25,1862

COMMODORE GOLDSBOROUGH (U.S.N.) (lately commanded the U.S.S. Congress commanding one-half of the Atlantic Blockading Squadron superseding Commodore Stringinam)

(FRONT COVER) BALLOON VIEW OF THE ATTACK ON FT. DARLING (7 miles from Richmond), IN THE JAMES RIVER BY COMMANDER ROGERS' GUN-BOAT FLOTILLA - U.S.S. GALENA, MONITOR

NAVAL COMBAT OFF FT. WRIGHT (35 miles north of Memphis) IN THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER, MAY 8, 1862 (U.S.S. Flagship Benton, Pittsburg St. Louis, C.S.S. Louisiana, Manassas, U.S.S. Ironclad Mallory sunk)

BRITISH IRONCLAD SHIPS (being constructed at British dockyards to upgrade their Navy because of the new American Ironclads)

(FRONT COVER) THE FLAGSHIP HARTFORD ATTACKED BY THE C.S.S. RAM MANASSAS AND A FIRE RAFT IN THE MISSISSIPPI (at Forts Jackson and St. Philip - Hartford nearly sunk)

ROBERT SMALLS, CAPTAIN OF THE GUNBOAT PLANTER (Union - lately at Charleston Harbour- Captain and crew are Negroes) MAY 1862

RENDEZVOUS OF UNION FLEET IN JAMES RIVER OFF CITY POINT NEAR PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA (U.S.S. Marawazza, Wachuset Arostoolc Monitor, Mahaska)

(FRONT COVER) CLOSING SCENE OF THE NAVAL ENGAGEMENT BEFORE MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE (C.S.S. Van Don escaping, C.S.S. Sumter captured, Beauregard sinking, Jeff Thompson blowing up, federal fleet in pursuit)

(FRONT COVER) COL. ELLET'S UNION RAM APPROACHING THE CITY OF MEMPHIS, TENN. TO DEMAND ITS SURRENDER

RECONNAISSANCE ON THE JAMES RIVER BY U.S. GUN BOATS

APPEARANCE OF THE (C.S.S.) RAM BEAUREGARD AND JEFF THOMPSON AFTER THE FIGHT (apparently not sunk)

THE UNION FLEET PASSING FT. RANDOLPH ON THE WAY TO MEMPHIS

THE UNION FLEET OFF FT. PILLOW (near Memphis) ON THE EVE OF EVACUATION

THE GREAT NAVAL BATTLE BEFORE MEMPHIS, JUNE 6,1862(U.S.S. Queen of the West disabled, C.S.S. Ram General Price, C.S.S. Flagship Little Rebel, Sumter, U.S.S. Monarch running down C.S.S. Beauregard, C.S.N. under command of Commander Montgomery)

COL ELLET'S (U.S.N.) RAM FLEET ON THE MISSISSIPPI

BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF THE CITY OF CHARLESTON, S.C., SHOWING THE APPROACHES OF US. GUN BOATS

(FRONT COVER) EXPLOSION OF THE U.S.S. MOUND CITY

(FRONT COVER) THE NEW CONFEDERATE IRONCLAD RICHMOND NO. 2(being built at Richmond)

UNION GUN-BOATS GALENA AND MAHASKA SHELLING THE CONFEDERATES AT HARRISON'S LANDING, JULY 1,1862(near Richmond)

THE UNION FLEET SHELLING THE CONFEDERATE BATTERIES AT VICKSBURG, JUNE 28

UNION MORTAR BOATS FIRING ON (Vicksburg) AT NIGHT

POSITION OF THE (Union) FLEET ABOVE AND BELOW THE CITY OF VICKSBURG

ATTACK UPON THE UNION MORTAR FLEET BY CONFEDERATE LAND FORCES; COMMANDER DAVIS' FLEET (U.S.N.) ON ITS WAY DOWN THE MISSISSIPPI

CAPTURE OF THE CONFEDERATE GUN BOAT TEASER IN THE JAMES RIVER (Virginia)

CONFEDERATE BATTERIES AT VT. POWHATAN, ON THE JAMES RIVER, FIRING ON THE UNION TRANSPORT DANIEL WEBSTER

THE CONFEDERATE RAM ARKANSAS RUNNING THROUGH THE UNION FLEET OFF VICKSBURG

THE C.S.S. SUMTER (with complete history from commissioning on June 3, 1861, to April 10, 1862)

SPECIMENS OF THE NEW UNION IRONCLAD NAVY SHOWING THE U.S.S. ROANOKE, IRONSIDES, WHITNEY BATTERY

MAKING GUNS FOR THE NEW UNION MONITORS AT PITTSBURG, PA

THE PACIFIC MAIL COMPANY'S STEAMER GOLDEN GATE BURNED AT SEA JULY 27,1862

(FRONT COVER) THOMAS FITCH ROWLAND, ESQ., BUILDER OF THE NEW (Union) MONITORS

(FRONT COVER) THE IRONCLAD FRIGATE (U.S.S.) IRONSIDES IN FIGHTING TRIM (leaving Philadelphia on August 23)

THE UNION GUN BOAT ESSEX (Commander Porter) DESTROYING THE C.S.S. IRONCLAD RAM ARKANSAS IN THE MISSISSIPPI

THE NEW UNION IRONCLAD NAVY SHOWING THE MONITOR, ONODAGA, PASSAIC, PURITAN, WOODNA, ROANOKE, IRONSIDES, NANGA TUCK (with dimensions of each boat)

OUR PRIZE FLEET (Union), CONSISTING OF BRITISH VESSELS CAPTURED WHILE TRYING TO RUN THE UNION BLOCKADE (Columbia, Petrol, Memphis, Elizabeth, Patras, Alliance, Ann)

(FRONT COVER) THE C.S.S. ALABAMA, ALIAS "290," CERTIFIED TO BE A CORRECT SIGHTING BY CAPTAIN HAGGAR (U.S.N.) OF THE BRILLIANT

THE FOREIGN MEN OF WAR IN US. HARBOR (Lavosier, Princess Di Austria, Massena)

CHART OF THE NORTH ATLANTIC, SHOWING THE COURSE OF THE C.S.S. ALABAMA, AND HER STATION WHEN LAST HEARD FROM

THE CONFEDERATE STEAMER 0 VETO RUNNING THE BLOCKADE OF MOBILE CHASED BY THE U.S. STEAM SLOOP ONEIDA

THE U.S. WAR STEAMSHIP VANDERBILT (in chase of the C.S.S. Alabama)

(U.S.S. Ironclad) PASSAIC TRYING HER LARGE GUN AT THE PALISADES NOVEMBER 15,1862 (in the Hudson River)

LAUNCH OF THE BRITISH IRONCLAD SCREW FRIGATE CALEDONIA, 34 GUNS, AT WOOLWICH (England), October 24,1862

THE U.S. IRONCLAD PASSAIC AS SHE WILL APPEAR AT SEA

THE INTERIOR OF THE TURRET OF THE PASSAIC (showing the large gun)

DEFENSES OF WASHINGTON, D.C. - FT. LYON ON THE HEIGHTS OF HUNTING CREEK (Arlington Heights); THE LARGEST WORK ON THE ONE OF THE POTOMAC, FT. ELLSWORTH, SOUTH OF ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA

GRAND REVIEW OF GENERAL BURNSIDE'S EXPEDITIONARY FORCE AT ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND, DECEMBER 1861; THE VESSELS AT GENERAL BURNSIDE'S EXPEDITION AT ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND

THE CITY OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SHOWING STARS AND BARS AND CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS

UNION PRISONERS IN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

ENCAMPMENT OF CAPTAIN PATTERSON'S CAVALRY SCOUTS (U.S.A.) NEAR HANCOCK, MARYLAND

WINTER QUARTERS OF THE FOURTEENTH MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEERS - GARRISON OF FORTS ALBANY AND RUNYON (Arlington, Virginia)

THE UNION BATTERY AT NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA

BLOODY FIGHT AT OCCOQUAN, VIRGINIA (9 Texas Rangers killed)

THE PRISONS AND JAILERS AT RICHMOND

MAJOR GENERALS MCCLELLAN AND MCDOWELL AND STAFFS - CROSSING BULL RUN AT BLACKBURN'S FORD

BRIDGE OVER BULL RUN, NEAR BLACKBURN'S FORD, BURNED BY THE CONFEDERATES

EVACUATION AND FIRING OF MANASSAS JUNCTION BY THE CONFEDERATES

CONFEDERATE WINTER QUARTERS AT CENTREVILLE, VIRGINIA, WITH BULL RUN IN THE DISTANCE

INTERSECTION OF THE ORANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD WITH THE MANASSAS JUNCTION

TRANSPORTS EMBARKING (US.) TROOPS AT ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA

CITY OF NORFOLK, VIRGINIA

FEDERAL TROOPS AT HAMPTON, VIRGINIA

THE CITY OF FREDERICKSBURG, VIRGINIA

(HOMER) OUR (U.S.) ARMY BEFORE YORKTOWN, VIRGINIA

YORKTOWN, GLOUCHESTER, AND SCENES IN THE (US.) CAMPS BEFORE YORKTOWN

(FRONT COVER)(HOMER) CONFEDERATES OUTSIDE THEIR WORKS AT YORKTOWN RECONNOITERING WITH DARK LANTERNS

(FRONT COVER) THE REOCCUPATION OF NORFOLK BY UNION FORCES UNDER GENERAL WOOL MAY 10, 1862 (with local scenes of Norfolk)

SCENES AND VIEWS AT AND AROUND YORKTOWN, VIRGINIA

THE CITY OF NORFOLK, RECENTLY OCCUPIED BY U.S. TROOPS

THE CITY OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

HEROIC COUNTY JAIL, RICHMOND

THE CAPITAL OF RICHMOND

CONFEDERATE PRISONS ON MAIN, NEAR 25TH STREET, RICHMOND

(FRONT COVER) COLD HARBOR (Virginia), NINE MILES FROM RICHMOND, NEAR GENERAL MCCLELLAN'S HEADQUARTERS - SCENE OF A SKIRMISH ON MAY 24

GENERAL MCCLELLAN'S CAMP AT CUMBERLAND, VIRGINIA, WITH A VIEW OF THE PAMUNICY RIVER

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - GENERAL MCCLELLAN RECONNOITERING THE TURNPIKE TO RICHMOND FROM THE PEACH ORCHARD AT MECHANICSVILLE

SCENE OF THE BATTLE OF FRONT ROYAL, VIRGINIA, BETWEEN THE FIRST MARYLAND REGIMENT (US.) AND THE CONFEDERATE ARMY

FRONT ROYAL, VIRGINIA, LOOKING SOUTH

FT. DARLING, DRURY'S BLUFF, ON THE JAMES RIVER (Virginia)

BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF RICHMOND AND THE VICINITY

THE OLD HAMPTON CHURCH AT HAMPTON, VIRGINIA

(FRONT COVER) THE "WHITE HOUSE" ON THE PAMUNKY RIVER, LATELY OCCUPIED BY UNION FORCES (formerly General R. E. Lee's House)

BRIDGE THROUGH THE CHICKAHOMINY SWAMP (Virginia); A PICKET (US.) ON THE CHICKAHOMINY - THE RELIEF APPROACHING

HARRISON'S LANDING ON THE JAMES RIVER (near Richmond)- THE NEW BASE OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC

THE ARMY OF VIRGINIA (Union) - SCENES ON THE MARCH (showing oldest house at Middletown, Virginia)

THE CITY OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (map)

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC ARRIVING AT YORKTOWN FROM WILLIAMSBURG

CENTREVILLE, VIRGINIA, TO WHICH GENERAL POPE WITHDREW HIS ARMY ON AUGUST 30

MANASSAS JUNCTION, INTERSECTION OF THE MANASSAS GAP AND ORANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROADS - SCENE OF SEVERAL RECENT FIGHTS

GENERAL POPE'S HEADQUARTERS AT RAPPAHANNOCK STATION - GENERAL SIEGEL ON THE ROOF WATCHING THE CONFEDERATES

WARRENTON, VIRGINIA, LATELY OCCUPIED BY THE ARMY OF VIRGINIA (US.)

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC PASSING THE HYGEIA HOTEL AT OLD POINT COMFORT, VIRGINIA

FREDERICK CITY, MARYLAND, WHILE OCCUPIED BY THE CONFEDERATES

HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND, WHILE OCCUPIED BY THE CONFEDERATES

GENERAL VIEW OF HARPER'S FERRY AND MARYLAND HEIGHTS

(FRONT COVER) FORD NEAR SHEPHERDSTOWN, (western Virginia), ON THE POTOMAC FIRING ACROSS THE RIVER

WILLIAMSPORT, MARYLAND, AND THE FORD ACROSS THE POTOMAC

SCENES AT HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND

BOONESBOROUGH, MARYLAND, SOUTH MOUNTAIN IN THE DISTANCE - SCENE OF (General) BURNSIDE'S FIGHT

SUGARLOAF MOUNTAIN, MARYLAND

MIDDLETOWN, MARYLAND, NEAR SOUTH MOUNTAIN

THE PRESIDENT'S VISIT TO THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - ARRIVAL AT THE STATION OF FREDERICK (Maryland)

THE CONFEDERATE FORAY INTO PENNSYLVANIA - GENERAL VIEW OF CHAMBERSBURG

THE CONFEDERATES DESTROYING THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD, AS SEEN FROM FAIR VIEW MOUNTAIN, MARYLAND

HANCOCK, MARYLAND, FROM THE CAMP OF BALLIER'S "BULLY DUTCHMEN' 98TH PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS

BALTIMORE AND OHIO STATION RAILROAD STATION AT HANCOCK, MARYLAND

PASSING UNDER THE CANAL TO THE FORD (AT HANCOCK, MARYLAND)

SUMMIT STATION ON MARYLAND HEIGHTS (U.S.A. signal station overlooking Harper's Ferry, Loudoun Heights, etc.)

VIEW FROM MARYLAND HEIGHTS AT SUNRISE

ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - SCOUTING IN LOUDOUN VALLEY BY GENERAL PLEASTON'S CAVALRY (U.S.A.)

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - THOROUGHFARE GAP (in the Bull Run Mountains)

WARRENTON, VIRGINIA

(General) MCCLELLAN'S ADIEUX TO HIS OFFICERS AT WARRENTON, VIRGINIA (showing the Warren Green Hotel)

THE CITY OF FREDERICKSBURG AND ITS VICINITY

AQUIA CREEK (Virginia), ON THE POTOMAC, NEW BASE OF SUPPLIES FOR THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC

THE CITY OF PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - AT AND ON THE WAY TO FREDERICKSBURG (showing Warrenton, Warrenton Junction, Weaverville, Catlctt)

BELLE PLAINS, ON THE POTOMAC (near Aquia Creek) - (General) BURNSIDE'S PRINCIPAL COMMISSARY DEPOT

FREDERICKSBURG, VIRGINIA

(FRONT COVER) GREAT WAR MEETING AT WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, AUGUST, 6, 1862 (in front of the Capital building under construction)

(FRONT COVER) CONVALESCENT SOLDIERS PASSING THROUGH WASHINGTON TO JOIN THEIR REGIMENTS (Capital building under construction in background)

THE BATTLE OF DRANESVILLE (Virginia)

THE BATTLE AT GREEN RIVER, KENTUCKY

(FRONT COVER) PORT ROYAL FERRY, SCENE OF THE BATTLE JANUARY 1, 1862

BUILDING HUTS FOR THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC

THE WAR IN VIRGINIA - A RECONNAISSANCE IN A LAUREL BRAKE

ARMY OF THE POTOMAC BRINGING IN CONFEDERATE PRISONERS

SURPRISE OF THE CONFEDERATES BETWEEN HARRISON, WESTERN VIRGINIA, BY COLONEL PIATT'S ZOUAVES (34th Ohio Vol)

WAR SCENES ON GREEN RIVER, KENTUCKY

EMBARKATION OF GENERAL McClelland's BRIGADE AT CAIRO - THE ADVANCE OF THE GREAT MISSISSIPPI EXPEDITION - JANUARY 10, 1862

(FRONT COVER) THE PICKET OF THE TENTH INDIANA REGIMENT DISCOVERING THE APPROACH OF THE CONFEDERATES AT MILL SPRING, KENTUCKY

THE TWO BOMBARDMENTS OF FT. PICKENS

THE SCENE OF THE RECENT BATTLE AND DEFEAT OF THE FORCES OF GENERAL ZOLLICOFFER (C.S.A.)

THE BATTLE OF SOMERSET OR MILL SPRING, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 19, 1862

CAVALRY CHARGE IN VIRGINIA

BLOODY FIGHT AT OCCOQUAN, VIRGINIA (9 Texas Rangers reportedly killed)

WHY THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC DOESN'T MOVE

(FRONT COVER) THE SURRENDER OF FT. DONELSON (Tennessee) FEBRUARY 16, 1862 (to Brig. General U. S. Grant)

GALLANT CHARGE OF HAWKINS' ZOUAVES UPON THE CONFEDERATE BATTERIES ON ROANOKE ISLAND

GENERAL MITCHELL'S DIVISION (U.S.A.) CROSSING GREEN RIVER, KENTUCKY OCTOBER 10,1862

THE HAND TO HAND FIGHT OVER SELWARTZ'S BATTERY AT (FT.) DONELSON

(FRONT COVER) THE ATTACK ON THE SECOND IOWA REGIMENT ON THE CONFEDERATE BATTERIES AT FT. DONELSON

POSITION OF TAYLOR'S AND MCALLISTER'S BATTERIES DURING THE BATTLE AT FT. DONELSON

THE BATTLE OF PEA RIDGE, ARKANSAS, THE FINAL ADVANCE OF U.S. TROOPS MARCH 8,1862

MAJ. GENERALS MCCLELLAN AND MCDOWELL (USA) AND STAFFS, ESCORTED BY THE FIFTH CAVALRY, CROSSING BULL RUN AT BLACKBURN'S FORD

CAMP DOUGLAS, NEAR CHICAGO, WHERE 7000 CONFEDERATE PRISONERS ARE QUARTERED

THE BURNSIDE EXPEDITION - THE STORMING OF FT. THOMPSON (C.S.A.) AT NEW BERN, N.C., MARCH 14, 1862

THE BATTLE OF WINCHESTER - DECISIVE CHARGE UPON THE CONFEDERATES AT THE STONE WALL

THE FIRST DAY'S FIRING AT YORKTOWN, VIRGINIA - APRIL 1862

THE BATTLE OF PITTSBURG LANDING, APRIL 7, FINAL AND VICTORIOUS CHARGE OF THE UNION (under Maj. General Grant)

THE BATTLEFIELD OF SHILOH OR PITTSBURG LANDING

GENERAL BUELL'S ARMY CROSSING DUCK RIVER AT COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE, TO REINFORCE GENERAL GRANT

THE BOMBARDMENT AND CAPTURE OF FT. PULASKI, APRIL 11, 1862

(FRONT COVER)(HOMER) CONFEDERATES OUTSIDE THEIR WORKS AT YORKTOWN RECONNOITERING WITH DARK LANTERNS

(HOMER) THE UNION CAVALRY AND ARTILLERY STARTING IN PURSUIT OF THE CONFEDERATES UP THE YORKTOWN TURNPIKE

(HOMER) CHARGE OF THE FIRST MASSACHUSETTS REGIMENT ON A CONFEDERATE RIFLE PIT NEAR YORKTOWN (Virginia)

GENERAL HANCOCK'S BRIGADE CHARGING THE CONFEDERATES AT THE BATTLE OF WILLIAMSBURG (Virginia)

GEN. HOOKER'S DIVISION ENGAGING THE ENEMY AT THE BATTLE OF WILLIAMSBURG (Virginia)

THE EIGHTH MISSOURI VOLUNTEERS CHARGING OVER THE EIGHTEENTH REGULARS AT THE BATTLE OF PEA RIDGE, TENNESSEE

(HOMER) THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - UNION OUTLYING PICKET IN THE WOODS (near Yorktown)

GENERAL MCCLELLAN'S ARMY ON THE MARCH FROM WILLIAMSBURG TOWARD RICHMOND

UNION TROOPS MARCHING DOWN INTO THE TRENCHES BEFORE RICHMOND (Virginia)

THE CONFEDERATE MILITARY PRISON AT SALISBURY, N.C., WHERE MANY UNION PRISONERS ARE CONFINED

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - THE CONFEDERATES EVACUATING MECHANICSVILLE UNDER THE FIRE OF UNION BATTERIES

GENERAL DAVIDSON'S BRIGADE (U.S.A.) TAKING POSSESSION OF MECHANICSVILLE, NEAR RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, MAY 21, 1862

UNION CAMP AT CUMBERLAND LANDING ON THE PUMUNKY RIVER (25 miles east of Richmond)

CHARGE OF GENERAL SICKLES' BRIGADE UPON THE CONFEDERATES AT THE BATTLE OF FAIR OAKS (within miles of Richmond)

COMMENCEMENT OF THE BATTLE OF HANOVER COURTHOUSE 1:45 PM (under Union General Porter) - THE CONFEDERATES ON THE HILL IN THE DISTANCE

THE BATTLE OF TRANTER'S CREEK, NEAR WASHINGTON, NC., ON JUNE 5,1862

A BAND OF CONFEDERATES FIRING INTO RAILROAD CARS NEAR TUNSTALL'S STATION, VIRGINIA, JUNE 13, 1862 (near Richmond)

(HOMER) THE WAR FOR THE UNION - A CAVALRY CHARGE

ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - FURIOUS ATTACK BY THE CONFEDERATES ON KIRBY'S BATTERIES AT BATTLE OF FAIR OAKS (near Richmond)

(FRONT COVER) BATTLE OF ST. CHARLES, WHITE RIVER, ARKANSAS - EXPLOSION OF THE "MOUND CITY"

(HOMER) THE WAR FOR THE UNION, 1862, BAYONET CHARGE

ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - CAPTAIN DE HART'S BATTERY SHELLING THE CONFEDERATE ADVANCE AT THE BATTLE OF GAINES' MILL, VIRGINIA, JUNE 27,1862

GRIFFIN'S AND MARTIN'S BATTERIES (U.S.A.) POURING CANISTER INTO THE CONFEDERATE RANKS AT GAINES' MILL (Virginia)

THE BANK OF THE CHICKAHOMINY (Virginia), FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1862 - MAJ. GENERAL PORTER (U.S.A.) ATTACKED BY AN OVERWHELMING FORCE OF CONFEDERATES

THE BATTLE OF BEAVER CREEK, JUNE 26, 1862 (near Mechanicsville, Virginia) (McCall's Division)

BATTLE OF MALVERN HILL (Virginia), JULY 1, 1862- THE CONFEDERATES REPULSED BY UNION ARTILLERY

BATTLE AT SAVAGE'S STATION (Virginia), SUNDAY, JUNE 29,1862- (General) SUMNER REPULSING THE CONFEDERATES (near Richmond)

THE BATTLE BEFORE RICHMOND - (Capt.) AYRES' ARTILLERY (General Smith's Division U.S.A.) KEEPING THE CONFEDERATES IN CHECK AT WHITE OAK SWAMP (near Richmond)

(Maj.) GENERAL MCCLELLAN ARRIVING ON THE BANK OF THE JAMES RIVER (on June 29, 1862) NEAR HARRISON'S LANDING

CHARGE OF THE FIFTH CAVALRY (U.S.A.) AT THE BATTLE OF FRIDAY, JUNE 27,1862 (at Chickahominy)

(General) KEARNEY'S DIVISION (U.S.A.) FIGHTING IN THE WOODS MONDAY, JUNE 30, 1862

THE BATTLE OF CHARLES CITY ROAD, FOUGHT BY GENERAL HINTZELMAN AND (General) FRANKLIN ON MONDAY, JUNE 30,1862 (at the James River near Richmond)

THE WAR IN NORTH ALABAMA - (U.S.A.) BURNING THE BRIDGE OVER THE TENNESSEE RIVER AT DECATUR (preventing General Price (C.S.A.) from pursuing)

THE WAR IN NORTH ALABAMA - ROUTE OF A CONFEDERATE FORCE, UNDER GENERAL LEDBETTER (C.S.A.) NEAR BRIDGEPORT

BAYONET CHARGE OF THE SECOND EXCELSIOR, COL HALL (U.S.A.) AT THE BATTLE OF FAIR OAKS (Virginia) JUNE 1862

GENERAL VIEW OF THE ENCAMPMENT OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC AT HARRISON'S LANDING (on the James River near Richmond)

(Col.) JOHN MORGAN'S HIGHWAYMEN (C.S.A.) SACKING A PEACEFUL VILLAGE IN THE WEST

THE BATTLE OF CEDAR MOUNTAIN FOUGHT AUGUST 1862 (near Culpeper, Virginia)

THE BATTLE OF BATON ROUGE (August 5, 1862)

SKIRMISH AT FREEMAN'S FORD (on the Rappahannock River, Va.) AUGUST 27 - DEATH OF GENERAL BOHLEN (first Division, Third Brigade, General Siegel's Army Corps)

GENERAL SIEGEL'S CORPS AT THE SECOND BATTLE OF BULL RUN - FOUGHT AUGUST 29,1862

THE FIRST VIRGINIA CAVALRY (C.S.A.) AT A HALT (showing battle flag of Army of Northern Virginia)

THE CONFEDERATE ARMY CROSSING THE FORDS OF THE POTOMAC FOR THE INVASION OF MARYLAND

A CONFEDERATE GUERILLA RAID IN A WESTERN TOWN

THE BATTLE OF ANTIETAM (Sharpesburg), FOUGHT SEPTEMBER 17, 1862 - (General) BURNSIDE HOLDING THE HILL

THE BATTLE OF ANTIETAM (Sharpesburg) - THE FIRST MARYLAND BATTERY (U.S.A.) IN THE BACKGROUND

BURYING THE CONFEDERATE DEAD AFTER THE BATTLE OF ANTIETAM (Sharpesburg)

THE BATTLE OF ANTIETAM (Sharpesburg) FOUGHT SEPTEMBER 17, 1862 - GENERAL MANSFIELD'S CORPS (USA) IN POSITION IN THE CENTER

GENERAL BUELL'S ARMY ENTERING LOUISVILLE, KY

(BRADY) SCENES ON THE BATTLEFIELD OF ANTIETAM (Sharpesburg) (all photos by Brady)

BATTLE OF SOUTH MOUNTAIN (Maryland, near Sharpesburg) -GENERAL FRANKLIN'S CORPS (U.S.A.) STORMING CRAMPTON'S PASS

AFTER THE BATTLE (of Manassas [Bull Run]) - THE CONFEDERATES IN POSSESSION OF THE FIELD

THE BATTLE OF CORINTH (Miss.) FOUGHT OCTOBER 4,1862

THE CONFEDERATE RAID INTO PENNSYLVANIA - (General) STUART'S CAVALRY (C.S.A.) ON THEIR WAY TO THE POTOMAC (on the Poolesville Road, Maryland)

THE BATTLE OF PERRYVILLE, KENTUCKY, FOUGHT OCTOBER 8,1862

(HOMER) THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - A SHARP SHOOTER ON DUTY (with telescopic rifle) This is the most famous Winslow Homer piece of the entire war.  The Sharpshooter is sought after by collectors and investors alike

THE WAR FOR THE UNION - SURPRISE OF A CONFEDERATE GUERILLA BY A SQUADRON OF US. CAVALRY (by Thomas Nast)

THE ARMY OF THE OHIO ON THE MARCH (General Buell commanding)

THE ADVANCE GUARD OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC ATTACKING THE CONFEDERATES NEAR SNICKERS VILLE

THE CONFEDERATE ENCAMPMENT AT DRURY'S BLUFF (on the) JAMES RIVER (8 miles from Richmond)

THE CONFEDERATE FT. DARLING ON DRURY'S BLUFF (showing the "Stars and Bars")

(FRONT COVER) THE ATTACK ON FREDERICKSBURG - THE FORLORN HOPE SCALING THE HILL (U.S.A. commanded by General Hooker, CSA. commanded by General R. E. Lee)

THE BOMBARDMENT OF FREDERICKSBURG BY THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC

A BATTLE (Fredericksburg) AS SEEN BY THE (Union) RESERVE

(FRONT COVER)(HOMER) CHRISTMAS BOXES IN CAMP - CHRISTMAS 1862 (Union)

FAIRY TALES TOLD BY THE LITTLE FOLK

EXECUTION OF PRIVATE LANAHAN (U.S.A.) OF THE REGULAR ARMY, FOR MURDER, AT WASHINGTON (D.C.)

RELEASED PRISONERS RETURNING TO THE CAMP OF THE THIRTY-FIRST REGIMENT NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS (Franklin's Division) FROM RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

"BRITISH CIVILIZATION" - HOW THE ENGLISH TREAT PRISONERS OF WAR - BLOWING SEPOYS (prisoners) FROM GUNS (cannon) IN INDIA 1857

(BRADY) LORD LYONS - THE BRITISH MINISTER TO WASHINGTON (BRADY) M. MERCIER - THE FRENCH MINISTER TO WASHINGTON (BRADY) BARON STOECKL - RUSSIAN MINISTER TO WASHINGTON BARON VON GEROLT, PRUSSIAN MINISTER TO WASHINGTON

BATTLE BETWEEN THE MEXICANS AND THE AWED INVADERS (French and Spanish) AT THE NATIONAL BRIDGE NEAR VERA CRUZ (Mexicans held)

SEEKING FOR THE WOUNDED, BY TORCH LIGHT, AFTER THE BATTLE (at Ft. Donelson)

GENERAL VIEW OF THE CITY OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THE CAPITAL AT NASHVILLE

CONFEDERATE FLAGS (on display) IN THE OLD HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AT WASHINGTON

BOWLING GREEN, KENTUCKY

MEMPHIS (Tennessee) BEFORE THE WAR

VIEWS IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF SAVANNAH

CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH R.R. THROUGH THE SWAMPS

WILKIE COLLINS (popular contemporary novelist related by marriage to Charles Dickens)

COLUMBUS, KENTUCKY, AFTER THE CONFEDERATE EVACUATION

THE GREAT UPRISING OF THE NORTH - AN ANNIVERSARY PICTURE, APRIL 12, 1862 (patriotic display on the anniversary of the bombing of Ft. Sumter)

SENATOR YULEE'S LETTER (to Joseph Finnegan at the "Sovereignty Conference" of Florida dated January 1, 1861, about secession)

THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, TAKEN BY THE UNION FORCES, APRIL 24, 1862

(opposing) PICKETS CONVERSING BEFORE YORKTOWN - A COMMON SCENE

FORT JOHN MORGAN, NINE MILES ABOVE NEW ORLEANS

MOBILE (Alabama) AND ITS DEFENSES, ETC.

BRITISH IRONCLADS

GENERAL VIEW OF THE CITY OF MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, FROM HOPEFIELD, ON THE ARKANSAS SIDE

THE GENERAL HOSPITAL AT FORTRESS MONROE (Union)

WILLIAM A. JACKSON, EX-COACHMAN OF JEFFERSON DAVIS

CROSS-BELT PLATE OF A MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIER, WITH A CONFEDERATE MINI-BALL IMBEDDED

FEEDING THE NEGRO CHILDREN UNDER CHARGE OF THE (U.S.) MILITARY AUTHORITIES AT HILTON HEAD, S.C.

(HOMER) NEWS FROM THE WAR (famous Homer sketch which includes self-portrait)

(FRONT COVER) GENERAL BEAUREGARD'S HEADQUARTERS IN CORINTH (C.S.A.)

THE SIGNAL CORPS OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY

(FRONT COVER) GENERAL VIEW OF CUMBERLAND GAP, TENNESSEE

(HOMER) THE SURGEON AT WORK AT THE REAR DURING AN ENGAGEMENT (Union)

SCENES IN AND ABOUT THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC (showing) R.R. BRIDGE OVER THE CHICKAHOMINY, PICKETS FRATERNIZING OVER COFFEE AND EXCHANGING PAPERS, RAILROAD TO RICHMOND

(FRONT COVER) CUTTING THE CANAL OPPOSITE VICKSBURG

THE CITY OF VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI

THE CITY OF HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA

CALIFORNIA JOE, OF THE BERDAN SHARP SHOOTERS (union)

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) THE LATE MARTIN VAN BUREN, EX PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES (died July 24,1862)

ON THE MISSISSIPPI THE PACIFIC MAIL COMPANY'S STEAMER "GOLDEN GATE," BURNED AT SEA JULY 27, 1862 (by accident)

THE U.S. INFANTRY BURNING THE HOUSE OF THE CONFEDERATE RUFFIN (arch Virginian secessionist) UNDER THE GUNS OF THE U.S. GUN BOAT "MAHASKA"

PIANOS EXHIBITED BY MESSRS. STEINWAY & SONS, OF NEW YORK, AT THE GREAT INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF LONDON

THE TOWN OF STEVENSON, ALABAMA, HELD BY THE UNION FORCES

THE CITY OF BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA

(HOMER) OUR WOMEN IN THE WAR (Union)

THE LAST RECONNAISSANCE OF THE WAR BALLOON ON THE JAMES RIVER

SCENES IN SOUTHERN TENNESSEE AND MISSISSIPPI

(FRONT COVER) THE CITY OF CINCINNATI, OHIO

THE CAPITAL GROUNDS AT HARRISBURG (Pennsylvania) TURNED INTO A CAMP

THE BATTLE OF ANTIETAM - BURNING OF MR. MUMMA'S HOUSE AND BARNS

THE WHARF AT LOUISVILLE (Kentucky) - THE INHABITANTS LEAVING THE CITY

SHELBYVILLE - THE ONLY UNION TOWN OF TENNESSEE

THE ASSASSINATION OF GENERAL NELSON (U.S.A.) BY GENERAL JEFFERSON C. DAVIS (U.S.A.) (at Louisville)

THE CAMPAIGN IN MARYLAND (flag of truce to exchange dead)

JOHN W. PACKHAM, THE YOUNGEST CORPORAL IN THE (US.) ARMY

NEGROES DRIVEN SOUTH BY THE REBEL OFFICERS

GENERAL MCCLELLAN TAKING LEAVE OF HIS ARMY NOVEMBER 10, 1862

(HOMER) THANKSGIVING IN CAMP (Union)

THE PRINCE OF WALES AND HIS INTENDED BRIDE, THE PRINCESS ALEXANDRIA OF DENMARK

(BRADY) REV. MORGAN L. DIX - (new) RECTOR OF TRINITY CHURCH, NEW YORK (son of Major General John L. Dix, U.S.A.)

(FRONT COVER) INDEMNIFICATION OF INDIAN MURDERERS IN MINNESOTA BY A BOY SURVIVOR OF THE MASSACRE

(FRONT COVER) CHRISTMAS BOXES IN CAMP - CHRISTMAS 1861

THE SKATING SEASON

OUR ARMY BEFORE YORKTOWN, VIRGINIA

(FRONT COVER) CONFEDERATES OUTSIDE THEIR WORKS AT YORKTOWN, RECONNOITERING WITH DARK LANTERNS

THE UNION CAVALRY AND ARTILLERY STARTING IN PURSUIT OF THE CONFEDERATES UP YORKTOWN PIKE

CHARGE OF THE FIRST MASSACHUSETTS REGIMENT ON A CONFEDERATE RIFLE PIT NEAR YORKTOWN

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - OUR OUTLYING PICKET IN THE WOODS

NEWS FROM THE WAR (famous Homer sketch which includes self-portrait)

THE WAR FOR THE UNION - A CAVALRY CHARGE

THE SURGEON AT WORK AT THE REAR DURING AN ENGAGEMENT

THE WAR FOR THE UNION, 1862- A BAYONET CHARGE

OUR WOMEN AND THE WAR

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - A SHARP SHOOTER ON PICKET DUTY (with telescopic rifle)

THANKSGIVING IN CAMP

GENERAL BURNSIDE, COMMANDING THE BURNSIDE EXPEDITION

LORD LYONS, BRITISH MINISTER TO WASHINGTON

M. MERCIER, FRENCH MINISTER TO WASHINGTON

BARON STOECKEL, RUSSIAN MINISTER TO WASHINGTON

BRIG. GENERAL BURNSIDE

THE LATE GENERAL W. F. LANDER

HON. ANDREW JOHNSON, MILITARY GOVERNOR OF TENNESSEE

LT. MORRIS, U.S.N., COMMANDER OF THE "CUMBERLAND"

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL BUELL

(FRONT COVER) BRIGADIER GENERAL SHIELDS

MAJOR GENERAL POPE

COMMODORE FOOTE (FRONT COVER) THE LATE MARTIN VAN BUREN, EX-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

(FRONT COVER) The Late Martin Van Buren, Ex-President of the United States (Brady)

BRIG. GENERAL KEYES, U.S.A.

THE CONFEDERATE GENERAL STONEWALL JACKSON

THE LATE GENERAL ISAAC I. STEVENS

THE LATE GENERAL PHIL KEARNEY

MAJOR GENERAL HOOKER MAJOR GENERAL FRANKLIN THE LATE GENERAL MANSFIELD THE LATE GENERAL REND

SCENES ON THE BATTLEFIELD OF ANTIETAM

BRIG. GENERAL WADSWORTH, UNION CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM S. ROSECRANS, COMMANDER OF THE ARMY OF OHIO

MRS. LINCOLN, WIFE OF THE PRESIDENT

(FRONT COVER) HON. HORATIO SEYMOUR - GOVERNOR-ELECT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK

BRIG. GENERAL THOMAS OF THE ARMY OF OHIO

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL A. E. BURNSIDE, COMMANDER OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL NATHANIEL P. BANKS

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL BURNSIDE AND THE DIVISION COMMANDERS OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC (showing Generals Hooker, Franklin, Sumner, Siegel)

REV. MORGAN L DIX, RECTOR OF TRINITY CHURCH, NEW YORK

"THE WAR FOR THE UNION-

THE PIRATE (Confederate) RAPHAEL SEMMES of the "British Pirate Ship Alabama) (formerly commanded the C.S.S. Sumter with great success running the blockade)

GENERAL STONEWALL JACKSON IN CAMP (C.S.A.) (sketch by a London correspondent whose papers were interrupted by the Union while being sent to London)

THE CONFEDERATE GENERAL R. E. LEE (commanding the Confederate Army on the Rappahannock River)

THE CONFEDERATE GENERAL STONEWALL JACKSON

THE LATE STONEWALL JACKSON (first Harper's report of his death)

(FRONT COVER) THE CONFEDERATE GENERAL BOWEN AND COLONEL MONTGOMERY (under General Pemberton at Vicksburg) ARRIVING AT GENERAL BURBRIDGE'S HEADQUARTERS (under a flag of truce)

(FRONT COVER) THE CAPTURE OF VICKSBURG - INTERVIEW BETWEEN GENERALS GRANT AND PEMBERTON TO SETTLE THE TERMS OF SURRENDER

COURT MARTIAL ON MAJOR GENERAL FITZ-JOHN PORTER HELD DECEMBER 1862 AT WASHINGTON, D.C. (Members of the court shown are Major Generals Hunter, King, Hitchcock, and Casey; Brigadier Generals Ricketts, Garfield, Prentiss, Buford, Slough, and Lord) (General P

(BRADY) BRIGADIER GENERAL J. G. FOSTER (U.S.A.)(currently commanding in North Carolina) (he was a captain at Fort Sumter at the time of its surrender)

RECEPTION OF THE AUTHORITIES OF NEW ORLEANS BY GENERAL BUTLER (U.S.A.) PREVIOUS TO HIS DEPARTURE

BRIGADIER GENERAL JAMES G. BLUNT OF KANSAS (in command of the Dept. of Kansas, U.S.A.)

BRIGADIER GENERAL JOHN MCNEIL OF MISSOURI

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM T. SHERMAN (commanding U.S. Forces at Vicksburg)

(FRONT COVER) BRIGADIER GENERAL ALVIN P. HOVEY (was at Shiloh now operating in the Southwest)

(FRONT COVER) REAR ADMIRAL DAVID D. PORTER (U.S.N.) COMMANDING MISSISSIPPI FLOTILLA

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) MAJOR GENERAL JOHN A. M'CLERNAND (U.S.A.) (on January 2, 1863, he took command of Sherman's Army after he was repulsed at Vicksburg)

(BRADY) MAJOR GENERAL JOSEPH HOOKER, THE NEW COMMANDER OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC

MAJOR GENERAL DARIUS N. COUCH, COMMANDING THE RIGHT GRAND DIVISION OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC

(BRADY) MAJOR GENERAL DANIEL BUTTERFIELD, CHIEF OF STAFF TO GENERAL HOOKER

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) MAJOR GENERAL HOOKER, COMMANDING THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC

(BRADY) MAJOR GENERAL DAVID HUNTER, U.S.A. (currently commanding the Department of the South)

BRIGADIER GENERAL ROBERT B. MITCHELL, COMMANDING AT NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE BRIGADIER GENERAL LEONARD F. ROSS, COMMANDING YAZOO EXPEDITION (near Vicksburg)

(FRONT COVER) ADMIRAL SAMUEL F. DUPONT (U.S.N.) COMMANDING THE FLEET OFF CHARLESTON

THE PRESIDENT, GENERAL HOOKER, AND THEIR STAFFS AT A REVIEW IN THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC (on April 9,1863 on the banks of the Rappahannock)

MAJOR GENERAL HOOKER COMMANDING THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC AND HIS STAFF (showing Captain Candler, Major Lawrence, Colonel Dickenson, Captain Russell, and Captain Moore)

PRINCE SALM-SALM, COLONEL 8TH REGIMENT NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL STONEMAN U.S.A. (on mounted horse with sword drawn)

(FRONT COVER) COLONEL GRIERSON, SIXTH ILLINOIS CAVALRY (operating in Mississippi)

(BRADY) MAJOR GENERAL ULYSSES S. GRANT U.S.A.

GOVERNOR ANDREW G. CURTIN OF PENNSYLVANIA

MAJOR GENERAL JOHN A. LOGAN (USA.) (One of Grant's division commanders in the Army of Tennessee)

MAJOR GENERAL ULYSSES S. GRANT BEFORE VICKSBURG (General Grant on horse with sword raised leading troops)

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) MAJOR GENERAL GEORGE G. MEADE, THE NEW COMMANDER OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC (U.S.A. replacing General Hooker)

(BRADY) THE LATE REAR ADMIRAL FOOTE (U.S.N.) (died June 26, 1863, at the Astor House due to sickness)

(BRADY) MAJOR (James L) KIERNAN (USA.) (recently fighting in the Mississippi theatre)

THE LATE MAJOR GENERAL JOHN F. REYNOLDS (in command of the First Army Corp, Army of the Potomac, killed in action on July 2, at Gettysburg)

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL ULYSSES S. GRANT "UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER" GRANT (from a new photograph just received from Vicksburg)

(FRONT COVER) THE CONFEDERATE GENERAL BOWEN AND COLONEL MONTGOMERY ARRIVING AT GENERAL BURBRIDGE'S HEADQUARTERS (U.S.A.) (under flag of truce)

(FRONT COVER) THE CAPTURE OF VICKSBURG - GENERALS GRANT AND PEMBERTON TO SETTLE THE TERMS OF SURRENDER

THE CAPTURE OF VICKSBURG - MAJOR GENERAL MCPHEARSON, OF GRANT'S ARMY, AND HIS CHIEF ENGINEERS

(BRADY) THE LATE BRIGADIER GENERAL GEORGE S. STRONG (recently died from wounds from attack on Ft. Wagner, Charleston, S.C.)

THE LATE COLONEL ROBERT T. SHAW (killed while attacking Ft. Wagner)

GENERAL QUINCY A. GILMORE (commander of US. Army at Charleston, S.C.)

CAPTAIN JOHN RODGERS OF THE "WEEHAWKEN" (from Maryland - son of Commodore John Rodgers, one of the fathers of the American Navy)

(BRADY) MAJOR GENERAL STONEMAN (U.S.A., head of new Cavalry Bureau at Washington)

GENERAL JUDSON KILPATRICK (head of large cavalry command)

GENERAL BUFORD (has a cavalry command in the Army of the Potomac)

GENERAL PLEASONTON (from Washington, D.C., in command of all cavalry of Army of Potomac, under General Meade)

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) REAR ADMIRAL DAVID G. FARRAGUT, U.S.N. (took New Orleans in April of 1862 and has recently been silencing Confederate batteries on the Mississippi)

(BRADY) GENERAL QUINCY A. GILMORE (U.S.A.)(commanding at Charleston, S.C.)

(FRONT COVER) THE (U.S.) SECRETARY OF STATE AND THE DIPLOMATIC CORPS AT TRENTON FALLS (showing William Seward and others)

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) MAJOR GENERAL GEORGE H. THOMAS, U.S.A., THE HERO OF CHICAMAUGA

(FRONT COVER) THE WAR IN EAST TENNESSEE - RECEPTION OF GENERAL BURNSIDE (USA.) BY THE UNIONISTS OF KNOXVILLE

THE LATE BRIGADIER GENERAL LYTLE (U.S.A.) KILLED AT CHICAMAUGA (September 20, 1863, serving under General Rosecrans)

(BRADY) REV. HENRY WARD BEECHER

DR. WILLIAM A. HAMMOND, SURGEON GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY

(BRADY) MAJOR GENERAL C. C. WASHBURNE (U.S.A.)(commands a division in General Banks' Army of the Gull)

GENERAL GORDEN GRANGER OF THE ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND (under General U. S. Grant)

REV. H. M. TURNER, CHAPLAIN FIRST UNITED STATES COLORED REGIMENT

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) HON. SCHUYLER COLFAX, THE NEW SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE

IN THIS ISSUE PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION IS PRINTED VERBATIM (originally issued September 22, 1862)

THE PRESIDENT, GENERAL HOOKER, AND THEIR STAFFS AT A REVIEW IN THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC (April 9,1863 on the banks of the Rappahannock)

MAP OF NORTH CAROLINA, SHOWING THE FIELDS OF OPERATIONS OF GENERAL FOSTER AND THE ARMY OF THE BLACKWATER (commanded by General Dix, USA.) (Map shows from Cape Henry/Suffolk, Virginia north to Cape Lookout/Warsaw, N.C. south - Jonesboro, VA/Goldsboro, N.C.

MAP OF VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI, SHOWING THE FIELD OF OPERATIONS FOR GENERAL SHERMAN (U.S.A.)

MAP OF THE BATTLE OF MURFREESBORO, TENNESSEE

(USA.) PLAN OF BATTLE OF PRAIRIE GROVE, ARKANSAS

MAP OF MISSISSIPPI, SHOWING THE FIELD OF OPERATIONS OF GENERALS SHERMAN, GRANT, AND BANKS (Memphis north to New Orleans south - Natchez west to Mobile, Alabama/Corinth east

CHART OF THE HARBOR OF GALVESTON, TEXAS, WHERE THE "HARRIETT LANE" WAS TAKEN (US.)(Confederates recapture Galveston, January 1, 1863)

THE MISSISSIPPI (River) FROM THE ST. FRANCES (River) TO VICKSBURG SHOWING THE ARKANSAS POST

CHART OF THE APPROACHES TO SAVANNAH, GEORGIA

MAP OF THE SEABOARD FROM FORTRESS MONROE, VATO CHARLESTON, S.C., SHOWING THE FIELD OF OPERATIONS OF THE NEW (US.) SOUTHERN EXPEDITION (Richmond - Natural Bridge north to Charleston south of Norfolk -Atlantic Ocean east to Columbia, S.C. - New Castle, VA,

MAP OF THE SOUTHERN STATES, SHOWING THE RELATIVE PROPORTION OF SLAVES IN THE DIFFERENT LOCALITIES

VICKSBURG AND ITS VICINITY (shows where various battles occurred and some current troop placements)

MAP OF THE ENVIRONS OF SAVANNAH, ON THE SOUTH

MAP OF CHARLESTON, S.C., SHOWING THE APPROACHES BY LAND AND WATER, THE CONFEDERATE BATTERIES AND LINES OF FIRE, ROADS, INLETS, PRINCIPAL PLANTATIONS, ETC., COMPILED FROM VARIOUS SOURCES

MAP SHOWING THE OPERATIONS OF YAZOO PASS EXPEDITION, AND THE PROPOSED NEW WATER LINE TO THE GULF (from Helena, Arkansas, north to New Orleans south/both sides of Mississippi River cast to west)

MAP OF THE COURSE OF THE MISSISSIPPI FROM BAYOU SARA TO BATON ROUGE (with detailed listing of who or what entity owned land fronting the river)

MAP OF CHARLESTON, S.C., AND ITS APPROACHES, SHOWING THE SCENE OF THE BATTLE 7 APRIL 1863

MAP SHOWING THE THEATRE OF GENERAL BANKS' CAMPAIGN (U.S.A.) (in and around Baton Rouge)

MAP OF THE SEAT OF WAR IN VIRGINIA, SHOWING THE THEATRE OF OPERATIONS OF GENERALS HOOKER, DIX, AND KEYES AND THE SCENE OF GENERAL STONEMAN'S (cavalry) RAID (from Washington, D.C./Winchester north to North Carolina south - Blue Ridge Mountains/Lewistown we

MAP OF THE MISSISSIPPI, FROM HAINES BLUFF TO BELOW GRAND GULF, SHOWING THE THEATRE OF GENERAL GRANT'S AND ADMIRAL FARRAGUT'S OPERATIONS (showing Vicksburg)

MAP OF THE VICINITY OF VICKSBURG AND JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI, SHOWING THE THEATRE OF GENERAL GRANTS OPERATIONS

MAP SHOWING COLONEL GRIERSON'S ROUTE FROM LAGRANGE TO BATON ROUGE (Memphis north to Baton Rouge west/Vicksburg west to Alabama border east)

MAP OF GENERAL GRANTS' OPERATIONS AGAINST VICKSBURG, IN MISSISSIPPI

MAP OF MARYLAND, AND PARTS OF PENNSYLVANIA AND VIRGINIA, SHOWING THE PRESENT THEATRE OF WAR (Chambersburg, Maryland - Martinsburg, West Virginia north to Alexandria, Virginia - Baltimore south/Charleston - Alexandria west to Chambersburg - Baltimore east)

MAP SHOWING SEAT OF WAR IN PENNSYLVANIA AND MARYLAND (Winchester/McConnelsburg, PA west to Philadelphia east/Washington, D.C. south to Harrisburg PA north, Gettysburg Carlisle, Harrisburg prominently shown)

THE HARBOR OF CHARLESTON, SHOWING THE SCENE OF GENERAL GILMORE'S OPERATIONS ON MORRIS ISLAND (showing Forts Sumter, Moutrie, Wagner, Johnson, etc.)

BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA, AND ITS ENVIRONS, SHOWING THE SCENE OF (U.S.A.) GENERAL GILMORE'S OPERATIONS

MAP OF THAT PART OF TENNESSEE THROUGH WHICH GENERAL ROSECRANS (USA.) ADVANCED FROM MURFREESBORO TO TULLAHOMA AND CHATTANOOGA

MAP OF THE THEATRE OF GENERAL ROSECRAN'S OPERATIONS IN THE STATES OF TENNESSEE AND GEORGIA

MAP SHOWING THE SCENE OF GENERAL HOOKER'S RECENT FIGHT (showing Chattanooga to Trenton)

MAP OF THE CHATTANOOGA BATTLEFIELD

MAP OF THE VICINITY OF KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE, SHOWING THE LINE OF COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN KNOXVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA (Kentucky-Virginia border north to Georgia-S.C. border south

THE THEATRE OF GENERAL GRANT'S OPERATIONS, SHOWING THE COUNTRY BETWEEN CHATTANOOGA AND CHARLESTON (S.C.)

THE WRECK OF THE IRONCLAD MONITOR (sunk by a storm while the U.S.S. Rhode island was looking on)

ATTACK OF THE CONFEDERATES UPON THE (US.) GUNBOAT FLOTILLA AT GALVESTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 1, 1863 (showing Confederate ships unnamed flying the stars and bars and the U.S. ships Owasso, Mary Boardman, and the Westfield being scuttled after suffering serious

THE CHARLESTON IRONCLAD FLEET

(US.) BLOCKADING FLEET OFF NORTH CHANNEL, CHARLESTON HARBOR, SOUTH CAROLINA (shows US. ships South Carolina, Blunt, Daylight, Stars and Stripes)

WESTERN GUNBOAT RAM INDIANOLA

WESTERN IRONCLAD GUNBOAT RAM CHOCTAW

WESTERN IRONCLAD GUNBOAT RAM LAFAYETTE (all 3 are US. ships just joining Rear Admiral Porter's Mississippi Fleet)

TORPEDO IN THE WESTERN RIVERS (commonly used by the Confederates)

THE UNITED STATES IRONCLAD MONITOR WEEHAWKEN IN THE STORM OF JANUARY 20

THE CONFEDERATE IRONCLAD GEORGIA (at Savannah)

THE FLIGHT AT CORNEY'S BRIDGE, BAYOU TECHE, LOUISIANA, AND DESTRUCTION OF THE CONFEDERATE GUNBOAT COTTON, JANUARY 14,1863

DEPARTURE OF THE GREAT SOUTHERN EXPEDITION (US.) FROM BEAUFORT, N.C.

THE CONFEDERATE RAMS ENGAGING (U.S.) BLOCKADING FLEET OFF CHARLESTON, S.C., JANUARY 31,1863

THE IRONCLAD MANTOUK ENGAGING THE CONFEDERATE FORT M'ALLISTER, IN THE OGEECHEE RIVER, 28 JAN. 1863

THE FEDERAL RAM QUEEN OF THE WEST ATTACKING THE CONFEDERATE GUNBOAT VICKSBURG OFF VICKSBURG (Feb. 2, 1863) (neither ship sunk but both damaged)

THE UNITED STATES GUNBOAT INDIANOLA (ironclad) RUNNING THE BLOCKADE OF VICKSBURG

THE CONFEDERATE TURTLE RAM JUST LAUNCHED AT SAVANNAH

THE CONFEDERATE STEAMER NASHVILLE LYING AT THE RAILWAY BRIDGE ON THE OGEECHEE RIVER (near Savannah)

MAP OF THE ENVIRONS OF SAVANNAH ON THE SOUTH, SHOWING THE POSITION OF THE NASHVILLE (C.S.N.), THE OGEECHEE RIVER, BEULAH BATTERY, AND THE PRESENT FIELD OF OPERATIONS OF THE PASSAIC (U.S.N.) ANDOTHER IRONCLADS UNDER COMMODORE DUPONT (U.S.N.)

THE LOSS OF THE QUEEN OF THE WEST (U.S.N.) (captured by the Confederates at Gordon's Landing on the Red River February 14, 1863)

DESTRUCTION OF THE CLIPPER SHIP JACOB BELL (US.) BY THE BRITISH PIRATE FLORIDA

(FRONT COVER) A TORPEDO EXPLODING UNDER THE MANTOUK (U.S.N. Ironclad) IN THE OGEECHEE RIVER (near Savannah)

(FRONT COVER) THE DESTRUCTION OF THE NASHVILLE (C.S.N.) BY THE IRONCLAD MANTOUK (U.S.N.)

BOMBARDMENT OF FORT M'ALLISTER BY THE (US.) FLEET (near Savannah) (showing the USS. Passaic, Mantouk, Patapsco, and the Nahant)

BACHE'S QUAKER DRIVING THE QUEEN OF THE WEST (now C.S.N.), AND CAUSING THE CONFEDERATES TO BLOW UP THE INDIANOLA (before she could be salvaged) BY THE CONFEDERATES (Bache's Quaker was a fake monitor to draw upon her the guns at Vicksburg)

THE SUNSET GUN IN THE YAZOO (River) (various Union gunboats unnamed under Admiral Porter waiting to begin attack on Haine's Bluff near Vicksburg; the sunset is beautifully portrayed)

(FRONT COVER) BAYOU NAVIGATION IN DIXIE

ADMIRAL PORTER'S SECOND DUMMY (fake monitor) FRIGHTENING THE CONFEDERATES AT VICKSBURG

(FRONT COVER) THE (U.S.) RAMS SWITZERLAND AND LANCASTER RUNNING THE BLOCKAGE AT VICKSBURG

BOMBARDMENT OF PORT HUDSON BY ADMIRAL FARRAGUT'S FLEET MARCH 14-15 (on Mississippi below Vicksburg) (showing entrenched Confederate cannon placements and unnamed Union ships) (Union attack repulsed)

SECTIONAL VIEW OF A TORPEDO FOUND IN THE MISSISSIPPI BY THE (US.) GUNBOAT ESSEX

THE REVOLVING TOWER APPLIED TO HARBOR DEFENSE

CHARLESTON HARBOR LOOKING OUT TO SEA (showing the Milan - French steam sloop, Casile Pinckey, a British ship, Fort Moultrie, Fort Ripley, Fort Sumter, Fort Johnson)

CHARLESTON HARBOR LOOKING TOWARD THE CITY (showing Morris Island, New Ironside ships (U.S.), ironclad monitors, Fort Sumter, U.S.S. Keokuk, Fort Ripley, Fort Moultrie)

(HOMER) THE APPROACH OF THE BRITISH PIRATE ALARHMA (shown in the distance)

THE ERIKSSON DEVIL AND WEEHAWKEN (US. ironclad) (this was a device to stop torpedoes which did not work)

THE (U.S.N.) IRONCLAD KEOKUK ON THE WAYS BEFORE LAUNCHING (it was sunk at Battle of Charleston)

THE IRONCLAD KEOKUK (U.S.N.) SINKING ON THE MORNING AFTER THE BATTLE AT CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA

THE (Union) BOMBARDMENT OF FORT SUMTER, APRIL 7,1863 (first flag of Confederacy showing over Fort Sumter)

THE (U.S.N.) IRONCLAD BARRATARIA SNAGGED IN AMITE RIVER (in Louisiana) ATTACKED BY CONFEDERATE GUERRILLAS (scuttled by the Union to prevent her capture)

THE (U.S.) NAVAL HOSPITAL RED ROVER

THE (US.) STEAMER ESCORT RUNNING THE CONFEDERATE BATTERIES NEAR WASHINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA

PORTER'S FLEET RUNNING THE VICKSBURG BATTERIES (several U.S. ironclads shown)

DESTRUCTION OF QUEEN OF THE WEST (C.S.N.) BY UNION GUNBOATS (Queen of the West commanded by Captain Fuller; Union gunboats involved under direction of Lt. Commander Cooke include the Estrella, Arizona, and the Calhoun)

ATTACK OF THE GUNBOATS (Union) ON CONFEDERATE BATTERIES AT GRAND GULF

THE BRITISH PIRATE ALEXANDRIA SEIZED BY THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT AT LIVERPOOL

(Confederates under General Ripley) SINKING TORPEDOES IN CHARLESTON HARBOR BY MOONLIGHT

(FRONT COVER) THE IRONCLAD CINCINNATI (U.S.N.) SUNK AT VICKSBURG

CAPTURE OF THE CONFEDERATE IRONCLAD ATLANTA BY THE MONITOR WEEHAWKEN, (commanded by) CAPT. RODGERS

THE CONFEDERATE TACONY (commanded by Lt. Reed)BURNING MERCHANT VESSELS AND FISHING CRAFT (off New England shores)

THE REVENUE CUTTER CALEB CUSHING BLOWN UP BY (Lt.) REED (C.S.N.) WHO HAD SEIZED HER (near Portland, Maine)

(FRONT COVER) THE BOMBARDMENT OF PORT HUDSON - (US.) THE100-POUND PARROT GUN OF THE (U.S.S.) RICHMOND AT WORK

THE BOMBARDMENT OF PORT HUDSON - A MORTAR SCHOONER AT WORK

THE CAPTURE OF VICKSBURG - ARRIVAL OF ADMIRAL PORTER'S FLEET AT THE LEVEE ON FOURTH JULY, 1863(showing several Union ironclads)

THE OPENING OF THE MISSISSIPPI - ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER IMPERIAL AT NEW ORLEANS FROM ST. LOUIS, JULY 14 1863

GENERAL VIEW OF MORRIS ISLAND, HARBOR OF CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA (showing Admiral Dahlgren's ironclad fleet - U.S.N.) THE REMAINS OF KEOKUK

THE HARTFORD, ADMIRAL FARRAGUT'S FLAGSHIP (U.S.N.), ARRIVING AT NEW YORK AND RETURNING THE SALUTES OF FOREIGN FRIGATES

EXPLOSION OF A TORPEDO UNDER THE BOW OF THE UNITED STATES GUNBOAT COMMODORE BARNEY, IN THE JAMES RIVER (Virginia, near Dutch Gap)

(Union) IRONCLAD BOMBARDMENT OF FT. WAGNER, CHARLESTON, S.C.

THE (U.S.N.) IRONCLAD CATSKILL SINKING A BLOCKADE RUNNER UNDER (Ft.) SUMTER'S GUNS JULY 19,1863

BOMBARDMENTS OF FORTS SUMTER AND WAGNER IN CHARLESTON HARBOR, AUGUST 17, BY THE UNITED STATES MILITARY AND NAVAL FORCES, UNDER GENERAL GILMORE AND ADMIRAL DAHLGREN (showing several ironclads and gunboats)

BOMBARDMENT OF FORT SUMTER - THE (U.S.) FLEET ENGAGING BATTERIES WAGNER AND GREGG (showing many ironclads)

THE CAMPAIGN IN CHARLESTON HARBOR - (US.) IRONCLADS ENGAGED WITH FT. WAGNER - SIGNAL FROM THE (U.S.) FLAGSHIP (Admiral Dahlgren's) TO THE IRONCLADS: "PREPARE FOR ACTION"

DIAGRAM SHOWING A (Confederate) TORPEDO IN THE SAND (used at Charleston)

THE SIEGE OF CHARLESTON - BOMBARDMENT OF FORT MOULTAIRE BY THE (Union) IRONCLAD, SEPTEMBER 8,1863

THE RUSSIAN FRIGATE OSLIABA NOW IN THE HARBOR OF NEW YORK

THE ATTACK ON SABINE PASS, SEPTEMBER 8,1863 (in Texas showing Union ships Ciifton, Sachem, Arizona - attack failed)

THE ANGLO-REBEL PIRATES- STEAM RAM BUILDING FOR THE CONFEDERATES IN CLYDE, SCOTLAND (showing beautiful big ironclad with first flag of Confederacy)

THE ANGLO-REBEL PIRATES - ON LAIRD'S STEAM RAMS (from Scotland)

THE RUSSIAN FLEET, COMMANDED BY ADMIRAL CISOVSKIIN THE HARBOR OF NEW YORK (showing the Vitiez, Alexander Nevski, Peresvei, Variag, and Osliaba - all huge sailing ships)

THE SIEGE OF CHARLESTON - THE (Confederate) SEGAR STEAMER WHICH PROPELLED The CONFEDERATE TORPEDO

THE SIEGE OF CHARLESTON - ATTEMPT TO BLOW UP THE (U.S.N.) IRONSIDE BY A CONFEDERATE TORPEDO (shows direct hit but ship did not sink)

THE FRENCH IRONCLAD FLEET (showing several ships)

THE DUNDERBERG, THE GREATEST MAN OF WAR IN THE WORLD, AS SHE NOW APPEARS IN WILLIAM H. WEBB'S SHIPYARD (a huge ship under construction)

THE ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND (under General U. S. Grant)- THE CHATTANOOGA, A STEAMER BUILT BY (Union) SOLDIERS

(FRONT COVER) THE LAIRD RAM EL MONASSIR (built in Liverpool for the Confederacy), SEIZED BY THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT

(FRONT COVER) THE LAIRD RAM EL TOUSSON, SEIZED BY THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT

DESTRUCTION OF THE HUDSON RIVER STEAMBOAT, ISAAC NEWTON, BY FIRE DECEMBER 5,1863

-(FRONT COVER) CAPTURE OF THE (Union) STEAMER CHESAPEAKE BY BRITISH PIRATES

FREDERICKSBURG ON THE NIGHT OF 11 DECEMBER 1862

(U.S.) SOLDIERS IN THE STREETS OF FREDERICKSBURG

BERNARD'S HOUSE (Fredericksburg)

CORBIN'S NECK ON THE RAPPAHANNOCK, SKINNER'S NECK ON THE RAPPAHANNOCK, BELOW FREDERICKSBURG, VIRGINIA

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - VIEW OF THE RAPPAHANNOCK LOOKING TOWARD FALMOUTH (Virginia)

SUFFOLK, VIRGINIA

THE CAMP OF THE TWELFTH MASSACHUSETTS REGIMENT NEAR FALMOUTH, VIRGINIA

STEAM MILL (at Chancellorsville) USED AS MEDICAL DEPOT (by U.S.A.)

(U.S.A.) ARMY BEEF SWIMMING THE OCCOQUAN RIVER, VIRGINIA (showing the town of Occoquan)

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - SKIRMISH NEAR UPPERVILLE (Virginia) - ASHBY'S GAP IN THE DISTANCE

"THE RESULT OF WAR IN VIRGINIA 1863" BY THOMAS NAST

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - SKIRMISH AT UPPER VILLE, VIRGINIA, JUNE 21,1863

REMINISCENCES OF THE MARYLAND CAMPAIGN -CONFEDERATES DRIVING CAPTURED HORSES THROUGH EMMETTSBURG: MONOCACY R. R. BRIDGE: CONFEDERATE PONTOONS AT FALLING WATERS: CHARGE OF THE 6TH MICHIGAN CAVALRY AT FALLING WATERS: ON THE POTOMAC NEAR WILLIAMSPORT - CONFE

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - THE ADVANCE OF THE TWELFTH CORP CROSSING THE RAPPAHANNOCK RIVER, VIRGINIA

DUMFRIES, VIRGINIA

GENERAL HAUPT'S BRIDGE OVER POTOMAC CREEK, VIRGINIA, DESTROYED BY THE CONFEDERATES (near Falmouth, Virginia)

(FRONT COVER) MOSBY'S GUERILLAS DESTROYING SUTER'S TRAIN

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - (US.) GENERAL BIRNEY'S CAMP AT WARRENTON SULPHUR SPRINGS, VIRGINIA (captured by General Sigel's division)

CULPEPER (Virginia) FROM THE NORTHWEST

ENCAMPMENT OF UNION PRISONERS AT BELLE ISLE, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

EXTERIOR VIEW OF THE LIBBEY PRISON, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

VIEW OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, FROM THE LIBBEY PRISON

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - THE BLUE RIDGE, FROM GENERAL SHALER'S HEADQUARTERS (range in view extends from north of Front Royal to south of Madison)

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - SOMERVILLE FORD, ON THE RAPIDAN, SIXTY NINTH PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS, WEBB'S BRIGADE ON PICKET

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - GENERAL WARREN (USA.)REPELLING GENERAL HETH'S ATTACK (C.S.A.) AT BRISTOESTATION - HAZARD'S Rhode Island BATTERY IN THE FOREGROUND

WORKS THROWN UP NEAR THE RAILROAD BRIDGE OVER THE RAPPAHANNOCK (Union) NEAR BRISTOE STATION

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - BUCKLAND (Virginia) SCENE OF A CAVALRY SKIRMISH WITH (General JEB) STUART

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC (under General Meade) - THE BRIDGE OVER BULL RUN - PRESENT APPEARANCE

THE THIRD CORPS CROSSING THE RAPIDAN AT JACOB'S FORD

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - (General) BROOK'S BRIGADE (U.S.A.) OF (General) WARREN'S CORPS (under General Meade) CROSSING GERMANIA MILLS FORD

SECESSIONIST WOMEN LEAVING WASHINGTON FOR RICHMOND

GAMBLERS, THIEVES, AND VAGABONDS - A SCENE IN WASHINGTON (Havana cigar sign nearby)

THE ATTACK ON THE CONFEDERATE WORKS AT FREDERICKSBURG BY THE CENTRE GRAND DIVISION OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC DECEMBER 13, 1862(commanded by General Franklin U.S.A.)

FREDERICKSBURG ON THE NIGHT OF 11 DECEMBER 1862

MAJ. GEN. FRANKLIN'S GRAND DIVISION (U.S.A.) CROSSING THE RAPPAHANNOCK ON DECEMBER 12, 1862 (shows two columns of soldiers crossing two pontoon bridges)

THE BATTLE OF GOLDSBORO, FOUGHT 17TH DECEMBER 1862 (General Foster U.S.A. commanding)

THE BATTLE OF KINGSTON (N.C.), FOUGHT 14TH DECEMBER 1862 (General Foster U.S.A. commanding)

THE BATTLE OF WHITEHALL, FOUGHT 16TH DECEMBER 1862 (General Foster U.S.A. commanding)

FT. NEGLEY, NEAR NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE (U.S.A.)

GALLANT CHARGE OF (General) HUMPHREY'S DIVISION (Butterfield's Corp) AT THE BASE OF FREDERICKSBURG

GENERAL FRANKLIN'S DIVISION RECROSSING THE RIVER (the Rappahannock from Fredericksburg now showing three pontoon bridges)

THE BATTLE OF FREDERICKSBURG - THE ARTILLERY COVERING THE RETREAT

(HOMER) A SHELL IN THE CONFEDERATE TRENCHES

"THE WAR IN THE BORDER STATES" (by Thomas Nast) (shows a collage of civilians and soldiers)

GENERAL BANKS' FORCES LANDING AT BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA

APPEARANCE OF THE SITE OF THE DESERTED CONFEDERATE CAMPS NEAR MURFREESBORO

CONFEDERATE ATTACK UPON THE FORTY THIRD MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEERS AT GALVESTON, TEXAS (on Jan. 1, 1863)

THE BATTLE AT VICKSBURG - GALLANT CHARGE OF THE SIXTH MISSOURI REGIMENT (General Morgan Smith's Division under General Sherman's command)

CONFEDERATE BATTERIES NEAR ST. AUGUSTINE CREEK

THE FIGHT AT CORNEY'S BRIDGE, BAYOU TECHE, LOUISIANA

FRUITLESS ATTEMPT OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC TO MOVE TOWARDS THE RAPPAHANNOCK ON JANUARY 20,1863

THE BATTLE OF MURFREESBORO, TENN. - CENTER OF THE (U.S.) ARMY ON 2ND JANUARY 1863

FT. HINDMAN, AT ARKANSAS POST (detailed plan of Fort Hindman)

A SCENE IN ONE OF THE BATTLES BEFORE VICKSBURG (showing both armies)

A (U.S.) NEGRO REGIMENT IN ACTION (By Nast)

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - COL. WYNDHAM'S CAVALRY (U.S.A.) ON A RECONNAISSANCE (on his way to Falmouth, Virginia from Warrenton, Virginia)

THE (U.S.) ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND - (troops marching over) BRIDGE OVER WEST FORK OF STONE RIVER, BUILT BY GENERAL MITCHELL

A NIGHT SCOUT IN THE SOUTHWEST (U.S.A.) - SURPRISE OF AN OUTPOST, AND SURVEY OF THE CONFEDERATE GUNS

THE BATTLE AT NEW BERN (North Carolina) REPULSE OF THE CONFEDERATES, MARCH 14,1863

REVIEW BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE CAVALRY OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - GENERAL BUFORD'S DIVISION OF REGULARS (April 9 - on the banks of the Rappahannock)

THE (Confederate) DEFENSES OF CHARLESTON, LOOKING SEAWARD

(General) RUSSELL'S BRIGADE (First Division Sixth Army Corp)CROSSING THE RAPPAHANNOCK TO STORM THE CONFEDERATE WORKS

PONTOON BRIDGES OVER THE RAPPAHANNOCK, BUILT FOR (General) REYNOLDS

CAPTURE OF THE HEIGHTS OF FREDERICKSBURG BY THE SIXTH MAINE REGIMENT OF (General) SEDGWICK'S CORP

THE BATTLES OF CHANCELLORS VILLE - COUCH'S CORP FORMING LINE OF BATTLE TO COVER THE RETREAT OF THE 11TH CORP, 2ND MAY 1863

THE BATTLES AT CHANCELLORSVILLE - SCENE DURING THURSDAY, MAY 1

THE BATTLES AT CHANCELLORSVILLE - (Major General)HOWARD'S (11th Corp) HEADQUARTERS, AND POSITION OF THE LINE OF BATTLE MAY 2

THE BATTLES OF CHANCELLORS VILLE - SECOND AND THIRD CORP REPELLING (General) JACKSON'S ASSAULT(C.S.A.)

(Chancellorsville) CENTRE OF U.S. LINE OF BATTLE

GENERAL LOGAN (U.S.A. under Genera! Grant) ENTERING PORT GIBSON, MISSISSIPPI

"A CAVALRY ATTACK" (by Thomas Nast)

COLONEL KILPATRICK'S LATE CAVALRY RAID THROUGH VIRGINIA (beginning at Louisa Courthouse)

TRIUMPHAL PROCESSION OF COLONEL GRIERSON, COMMANDING SIXTH AND SEVENTH ILLINOIS CAVALRY, THROUGH BATON ROUGE, MAY 2,1863

THE BATTLE OF RAYMOND (near Jackson, Miss.) -CONFEDERATE CHARGE ON LOGAN'S DIVISION (division commander under U.S.. Grant) (Confederates commanded by Genera Bowen)

DEPARTURE OF GENERAL BANKS' TROOPS (U.S.A.) FROM SOMERSET, LOUISIANA, FOR PORT HUDSON MAY 21,1863

THE BATTLE OF JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI, MAY 14, 1863-CHARGE BY GENERAL CROCKER'S DIVISION (in General McPherson's Corp, U.S.A.)

DESTRUCTION OF CONFEDERATE PROPERTY AT JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI, MAY 15, 1863

THE BATTLE OF BLACK RIVER BRIDGE, MAY 17,1863 (General McPherson's Carp, U.S.A.)

THE APPROACHES TO VICKSBURG - THE CENTRE UNDER (General) MCPHERSON

((U.S.A.) SHELLING THE CONFEDERATE RIFLE PITS ON THE RAPPAHANNOCK PREVIOUS TO (General) SEDGEWICK'S CROSSING (Army of the Potomac)

CAPTURE OF CONFEDERATE RIFLE PITS, THREE-FOURTHS OF A MILE FROM PORT HUDSON, LOUISIANA, BY GENERAL GROVER'S DIVISION

GRAND ASSAULT OF GENERAL AUGER'S DIVISION ON THE FORTIFICATIONS OF PORT HUDSON MAY 1863

U.S.A. WORKS BEFORE VICKSBURG

U.S.A. WORKS BEFORE VICKSBURG

CHARGE OF GENERAL BUFORD'S CAVALRY (U.S.A.) UPON THE ENEMY NEAR BEVERLY FORD, ON THE RAPPAHANNOCK (near Culpeper, Virginia)

RAID OF SECOND SOUTH CAROLINA VOLUNTEERS (an all Black U.S.A. unit) UNDER COL (James) MONTGOMERY AMONG THE RICE PLANTATIONS ON THE COMBAHEE, S.C.

THE SIEGE OF VICKSBURG, APPROACH OF (General)MCPHEARSON'S SAPS TO THE CONFEDERATE WORKS (scene shows Ft. Hill C.S.A. and Vicksburg in the distance)

THE SIEGE OF FORT HUDSON, HEADQUARTERS OF GENERAL BANKS (U.S.A.) AT RILEY'S PLANTATION (Louisiana)

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - SKIRMISH NEAR UPPERVILLE (Virginia) - ASHBY'S GAP IN THE DISTANCE

SCENE OF GENERAL PAINE'S ASSAULT ON PORT HUDSON ON JUNE 14,1863- CARRYING OFF (U.S.) DEAD AND WOUNDED UNDER FLAG OF TRUCE

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - SKIRMISH AT UPPER VILLE, VIRGINIA JUNE 21, 1863 (U.S. Generals Pleasanton and Kilpatrick engaged)

THE SIEGE OF VICKSBURG - VIEW UPON THE EXTREME (Union) RIGHT, SHOWING THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER ABOVE AND BELOW VICKSBURG

THE CITY OF VICKSBURG BEFORE THE WAR

ENTRANCE OF THE MINE UNDER FORT HILL

THE SIEGE OF VICKSBURG - BLOWING UP THE CONFEDERATE FORT HILL

THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG - HILL ON THE LEFT OF THE UNION POSITION - HAZLITT'S BATTERY IN ACTION (U.S.)

THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG - UNION POSITION NEAR THE CENTRE - GETTYSBURG IN THE DISTANCE -CEMETERY ON THE HILL

THE SIEGE OF PORT HUDSON - BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF THE GREAT RIVER BATTERY, THREE HUNDRED YARDS FROM THE CONFEDERATE CEMETERY

THE CONFEDERATES SHELLING THE NEW YORK MILITIA IN THE MAIN STREET OF CARLISLE, PENNSYLVANIA

THE SURRENDER OF VICKSBURG - THE CONFEDERATES MARCHING OUT AND STACKING ARMS (General Pemberton and staff shown and General Grant and staff shown at a distance)

THE SURRENDER OF VICKSBURG - VIEW OF THE CITY FROM THE RIVER BANK SHOWING PART OF THE RIVER BATTERIES

THE UNION FORCES ENTERING THE BREAST-WORKS TO TAKE POSSESSION OF PORT HUDSON, JULY 9,1863

THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG (C.S.A. General) LONGSTREET'S ATTACK UPON UNION LEFT CENTRE (shows General Longstreet's troops at the stone wall)

THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG - GENERAL CRAWFORD'S CHARGE ON THE CONFEDERATE LINES (General Crawford was at Ft. Sumter under Major Anderson)

THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG - ATTACK OF LOUISIANA TIGERS ON A BATTERY OF THE (Union) ELEVENTH CORPS

THE (Union) ATTACK ON FORT WAGNER (Charleston Harbour)- THE STORMERS ADVANCING UNDER FIRE (under command of General Gilmore)

(FRONT COVER) MORGAN'S (Major General C.S.A.) RAID - ENTRY OF MORGAN'S FREEBOOTERS INTO WASHINGTON, OHIO(cavalry)

REMINISCENCES OF THE MARYLAND CAMPAIGN -CONFEDERATES DRIVING CAPTURED HORSES THROUGH EMMETTSBURG; (U.S.A.) MARCHING CONFEDERATE PRISONERS TO FREDERICK, MD; MONOCACY R.R. BRIDGE; CHARGE OF THE 6TH MICHIGAN CAVALRY OVER THE CONFEDERATE EARTHWORKS NEAR FALLI

(U.S..) WORKS BEFORE JACKSON MISSISSIPPI (showing Union artillery and infantry firing on the city)

(BRADY) VIEWS OF THE GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD GENERAL MEADE'S HEADQUARTERS (U.S.A.)GENERAL LEE'S HEADQUARTERS (C.S.A.)WHEAT FIELD IN WHICH GENERAL REYNOLDS (U.S.A.) WASSHOT; BARN IN WHICH GENERAL REYNOLDS DIED ENTRANCE TO THE CEMETERY COLLEGE, USED AS HOSPI

(BRADY) GENERAL VIEW OF GETTYSBURG, FROM THE WEST

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - THE ADVANCE OF THE TWELFTH CORP CROSSING THE RAPPAHANNOCK RIVER, VIRGINIA

GENERAL VIEW OF MORRIS ISLAND - UNION CAMPS AND CONFEDERATE WORKS - FORT JOHNSON - THE LOWER HARBOR OF CHARLESTON, S.C., GENERAL GILLMORE'S HEADQUARTERS (U.S.A.)

THE DESTRUCTION OF THE CITY OF LAWRENCE, KANSAS, AND THE MASSACRE OF ITS INHABITANTS BY THE CONFEDERATE GUERILLAS, AUGUST 21,1863 (by the Confederate Quantrell with 800 soldiers)

THE FIRST MAINE CAVALRY SKIRMISHING

APPEARANCE OF FORT SUMTER, AUGUST 23, 1863, AFTER SIX DAYS BOMBARDMENT (Fort Sill in Confederate possession)

THE SIEGE OF CHARLESTON - THE SWAMP ANGEL (small fortification used to house a cannon in the swamps)

THE RUINS OF LAWRENCE, KANSAS (by Quantrell's unit)

(FRONT COVER) THE SIEGE OF CHARLESTON - CHARGE OF THE TWENTY-FOURTH MASSACHUSETTS UPON THE CONFEDERATE RIFLE PITS, AUGUST 20,1863

THE SIEGE OF CHARLESTON - SCENE OF THE DESPERATE ASSAULT UPON (Fort) WAGNER, JULY 18,1863- A SHELL EXPLODING FROM FORT JOHNSON

(FRONT COVER) THE SIEGE OF CHARLESTON - THE (Union) ATTACK ON BATTERY GREGG, SEPTEMBER 5,1863

THE SIEGE OF CHARLESTON - EXPLOSION OF THE MAGAZINE AT FORT MOULTAIRE (showing the second flag of the Confederacy)

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC (USA.) GENERAL BUFORD ATTACKING THE ENEMY AT RACCOON FORD, SEPTEMBER 14, 1863 (near Culpeper, Virginia)GENERAL CUSTER (USA.) CHARGING UP THE HILL UPON THE ENEMY'S GUNS (taking Culpeper, Virginia)GENERAL GREGG'S TROOPS GOING INTO AC

THE SIEGE OF CHARLESTON - THE NEW BLACK ISLAND BATTERIES FOUR AND A HALF MILES FROM CHARLESTON (huge Union cannon)

GENERAL BURNSIDE'S ARMY OCCUPYING CUMBERLAND GAP

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - A (Union) SHARPSHOOTER IMPROVISING A REST FOR HIS RIFLE (over a dead horse)

EXTERIOR VIEW OF THE LIBBEY PRISON, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

ENCAMPMENT OF UNION PRISONERS AT BELLE ISLE, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

INTERIOR VIEW OF LIBBEY PRISON, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SHOWING THE QUARTERS OF THE UNION OFFICERS CONFINED THERE

HOW THE CONFEDERATES DESTROY RAILROADS - TWISTING THE RAILS

(FRONT COVER) THE ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND - DESTRUCTION OF UNITED STATES WAGONS BY CONFEDERATE CAVALRY

(FRONT COVER) THE ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND - CONFEDERATE ATTACK UPON WAGONS IN ANDERSON'S GAP (near Chattanooga)

THE ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND - CHARGE OF THE FIRST WISCONSIN AND SECOND INDIANA CAVALRY ON THE CONFEDERATES OCT. 2,1863 (near Chattanooga)

THE SIOUX WAR - (U.S.) CAVALRY CHARGE OF SULLY'S BRIGADE AT THE BATTLE OF WHITE STONE HILL, SEPT. 3, 1863

THE BATTLE OF CHICAMAUGA - (General) THOMAS' MEN REPULSING THE CHARGES OF THE CONFEDERATES(General Rosecrans, former commander of Army of Cumberland and replaced by General Thomas under orders from General Grant who was recently elevated to Commanding Gen

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - GENERAL WARREN (under General Meade) (U.S.A.) REPELLING GENERAL HETH'S ATTACK (C.S.A.) AT BRISTOE STATION - HAZARD'S RHODE ISLAND BATTERY IN THE FOREGROUND

BURNING THE RAPPAHANNOCK BRIDGE, OCTOBER 13, 1863 (by the Union)

LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN (Tenn.) SKETCHED BY THEODORE DAVIS FROM OUR (Union) WORKS ON CHATTANOOGA CREEK - THE CONFEDERATES SHELLING OUR CAMPS

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - BUCKLAND (Virginia) SCENE OF A CAVALRY SKIRMISH WITH (General JEB) STUART

TRAPPING CONFEDERATE GUERRILLAS IN THE WEST (by Thomas Nast)

THE WAR IN EAST TENNESSEE - DRAWING ARTILLERY THROUGH THE MOUNTAINS

THE WAR IN THE SOUTHWEST - (Confederate) GUERRILLAS HUNTING UNION MEN WITH BLOODHOUNDS

(FRONT COVER) THE ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND - BRIDGING THE TENNESSEE (River) UNDER CONFEDERATE FIRE FROM LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN

THE ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND - (General) HAZEN'S BRIGADE (under General U. S. Grant) LANDING BELOW LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN ON THE MORNING OF OCTOBER 28

THE ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND - CAPTURE OF CONFEDERATE RIFLE PITS IN LOOKOUT VALLEY BY THE THIRTY-THIRD MASSACHUSETTS AND SEVENTY-THIRD OHIO VOLUNTEERS

GENERAL VIEW OF CHATTANOOGA AND UNION ENCAMPMENTS - FROM OUR (Union) SIGNAL STATION

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - CAPTURE BY (General)SEDGWICK'S CORPS OF THE CONFEDERATE WORKS ON THE RAPPAHANNOCK NEAR THE RAILWAY BRIDGE

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - FIGHT AT KELLY'S FORD -(near Kellysville and Mount Holly Church) (General) SLEEPER'S MASSACHUSETTS BATTERY IN THE FOREGROUND

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - CHARGE OF GENERAL WARD'S TROOPS THROUGH KELLY'S FORD UPON THE CONFEDERATE RIFLE PITS (under General Meade)THE PRISONS AT RICHMOND - UNION TROOPS PRISONERS AT BELLE ISLE

(FRONT COVER) GUERILLA WARFARE - RESCUE OF A WOUNDED OFFICER FROM A BAND OF GUERRILLAS

THE ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND - THE FOURTH CORPS, (U.S.A.) UNDER GENERAL GORDEN GRANGER, STORMING MISSIONARY RIDGE (November 26, 1863)

THE ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND - CAPTURE OF CONFEDERATE WORKS AT THE WHITE HOUSE, ON LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, NOVEMBER 24,1863

CONFEDERATE BATTERY ON TOP OF LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN

GENERAL HOOKER'S COLUMN (U.S.A.) STORMING LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN

THE CAPTURE OF LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN - GENERAL HOOKER (USA.) FIGHTING AMONG THE CLOUDS (Stars and Stripes show at top of mountain)

COURT-MARTIAL ON MAJOR GENERAL FITZ-JOHN PORTER HELD DECEMBER 1862 AT WASHINGTON, D.C. (General Pope brought charges alleging General Porter did not move his troops as ordered causing a Confederate victory) (members of the court shown are Major Generals H

In this issue President Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation is printed verbatim

EXECUTION OF THIRTY-EIGHT INDIAN MURDERERS AT MANKATO, MINNESOTA

(HOMER) "WINTER QUARTERS IN CAMP"

THE ARMY TELEGRAPH - SETTING UP THE WIRE DURING AN ACTION

A (US.) SIGNAL STATION AT NIGHT

CONTRABANDS (Slaves) COMING INTO CAMP (U.S.A.) IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE (Emancipation) PROCLAMATION

THE LATE REVEREND LYMAN BEECHER, D.D.

MEETING OF UNION AND CONFEDERATE PICKETS IN THE RAPPAHANNOCK (River)

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) MR. AND MRS. CHARLES S. STRATTON -GENERAL TOM THUMB AND WIFE (shows wedding picture with facsimile autographs)

THE EFFECTS OF THE (Lincoln) PROCLAMATION - FREED NEGROES COMING INTO (U.S.) LINES AT NEW BERN, N.C.

(HOMER) PAY DAY IN THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC

GREAT UNION AND EMANCIPATION MEETING HELD AT EXETER HALL, LONDON

THE GOLD PANIC IN WALL STREET - ENTRANCE OF THE PUBLIC BOARD (precipitated by a two-day crash in gold prices)

THE PRINCESS ALEXANDRA OF DENMARK, NOW THE WIFE OF THE PRINCE OF WALES

GENERAL STUART'S NEW AID - 'The Confederate Cavalry Leader, Stuart, has appointed to a position on his staff with the rank of Major, a young lady residing at Fairfax Courthouse, who has been of great service to him in giving information." Daily Paper

"ARRIVAL OF A FEDERAL COLUMN AT A PLANTERS HOUSE IN DIXIE" (by Thomas Nast)

MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCE OF WALES AT ST. GEORGE CHAPEL, WINDSOR, MARCH 10, 1863 (full cathedral wedding scene)

A GROUP OF BUTTERNUT PRISONERS, TAKEN FROM LIFE

"A CAVALRY ATTACK" (by Thomas Nast)

THE PRISON OVER THE PEARL RIVER AT JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI, WHERE UNION PRISONERS HAVE BEEN HELD

A GROUP OF UNION PRISONERS ESCORTED THROUGH A CONFEDERATE TOWN

(HOMER) "HOME FROM THE WAR"

THE FRENCH IN MEXICO - THE MORTAR BATTERY OPENING ON THE CITY OF PUEBLA, MEXICO

(U.S.A.) ARMY BEEF SWIMMING THE OCCOOUAN RIVER, VIRGINIA (on their way to Manassas with town of Occoquan shown)

THE RIOTS AT NEW YORK (City) - (racial riots)(A) FIGHT BETWEEN RIOTERS AND MILITARY (B) CHARGE OF THE POLICE ON THE RIOTERS AT THE "TRIBUNE" OFFICE(C) SACKING A DRUG STORE ON SECOND AVENUE (D) HANGING A NEGRO IN CLARKSON STREET

THE RIOTS AT NEW YORK (City)(A) DRAGGING COLONEL O'BRIEN'S BODY THROUGH THE MUD (B) SACKING BROOKS (Brothers) CLOTHING STORE(C) NEGRO QUARTERS IN SULLIVAN STREET

THE RIOTS AT NEW YORK (City) - THE RIOTERS BURNING AND SACKING THE COLORED ORPHAN ASYLUM

ADVERTISEMENT - LLOYD'S GREAT MAP OF THE U.S. INCLUDING THE NEW STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA

CONFEDERATE PRISONERS IN THE NEW ORLEANS CUSTOM HOUSE

RESUMPTION OF THE DRAFT - INSIDE THE PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE (N.Y.C.) - THE WHEEL GOES ROUND

(FRONT COVER) MURDER OF LIEUTENANT BEEVER BY THE SIOUX INDIANS (during General Shibley's expedition against the Sioux in Missouri)

GENERAL SHIBLEY'S EXPEDITION- PURSUING THE SIOUX OVER THE COTEAU DU, MISSOURI, DACOTH TERRITORY, AFTER THE BATTLE OF THE BIG HILLS, JULY 24,1863

VIEW OF THE CITY OF CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE, FROM THE NORTH SIDE OF THE TENNESSEE RIVER

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - EXECUTION OF FIVE DESERTERS IN THE FIFTH CORPS (showing entire FIFTH Corps in formation)

"GRAND REVIEW OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC" (by Thomas Nast) (last review before army heads south - entire army shown)

THE GRAND PROCESSION OF OUR RUSSIAN VISITORS THROUGH BROADWAY, UNDER ESCORT OF THE MILITIA AND POLICE

HONOR THE BRAVE (large 2-page U.S. patriotic scenes)

THE SOLDIER'S DREAM

(Advertisement) ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD AND CONNECTIONS - SELLING LAND (beautiful map of the territory served; company exists today under same name and trades on the New York Stock Exchange)

THE GREAT ORGAN IN THE BOSTON MUSIC HALL

"A SHELL IN THE REBEL TRENCHES"

"WINTER QUARTERS IN CAMP

"PAY DAY IN THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC"

"THE GREAT SUMMER MEETING IN THE UNION SQUARE, NEW YORK, APRIL 11, 1863"

"THE APPROACH OF THE BRITISH PIRATE ALABAMA"

"HOME FROM THE WAR"

(FRONT COVER) "THE RUSSIAN BALL - IN THE SUPPER ROOM"

"THE GREAT RUSSIAN BALL AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, NOVEMBER 5, 1863"

BRIGADIER GENERAL J. G. FOSTER (U.S.A.)

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL JOHN A. MCCLERNAND (U.S.A.)

MAJOR GENERAL JOSEPH HOOKER - THE NEW COMMANDER OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC

MAJOR GENERAL DANIEL BUTTERFIELD, CHIEF OF STAFF TO GENERAL HOOKER

(FRONT COVER) MR. AND MRS. CHARLES S. STRATTON (General Tom Thumb and wife)

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL HOOKER, COMMANDING THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC

MAJOR GENERAL DAVID HUNTER, U.S.A.

(FRONT COVER) HON. JOHN VAN BUREN

(FRONT COVER) JAMES F. BRADY, ESQ.

MAJOR GENERAL ULYSSES S. GRANT, U.S.A.

CLEMENT L. VALLANDINGHAM

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL GEORGE G. MEADE, THE NEW COMMANDER OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC

THE LATE REAR ADMIRAL FOOTE

MAJOR KIERNAN (U.S.A.)

THE LATE BRIGADIER GENERAL GEORGE C. STRONG (USA.)

(FRONT COVER) JOHN BURNS, THE ONLY MAN IN GETTYSBURG, PA, WHO FOUGHT AT THE BATTLE (for the Union)

(FRONT COVER) RESIDENCE OF JOHN BURNS AT GETTYSBURG, PA

MAJOR GENERAL STONEHAM (U.S.A.)

(FRONT COVER) REAR ADMIRAL DAVID G. FARRAGUT, U.S.N.

GENERAL QUINCY A. GILMORE (U.S.A.)

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL GEORGE H. THOMAS, U.S.A., THE HERO OF CHICKAMAUGA

OUR RUSSIAN VISITORS

REV. HENRY WARD BEECHER

MAJOR GENERAL C. C. WASHBURN (U.S.A.)

CHARLES C. GUNTHER, THE MAYOR ELECT

(FRONT COVER) HON. SCHUYLER COLFAX, THE NEW SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE

(FRONT COVER) "SANTA CLAUSE IN CAMP"

"CHRISTMAS" (showing the wives at home praying and the soldiers in the field)

"THE WAR IN THE BORDER STATES"

"EMANCIPATION"

"HISTORIC EXAMPLES OF SOUTHERN CHIVALRY DEDICATED TO JEFF DAVIS"

"A SCENE IN ONE OF THE BATTLES BEFORE VICKSBURG"

"A (U.S.) NEGRO REGIMENT IN ACTION"

"A NIGHT SCOUT IN THE SOUTHWEST" (surprise of an outpost and survey of rebel guns)

"ARRIVAL OF A FEDERAL COLUMN" (at a planter's house in Dixie)

"CONTRABANDS COMING INTO OUR (U.S.) LINES UNDER THE (Emancipation) PROCLAMATION"

"A CAVALRY ATTACK"

"REVEILLE AT CAMP"

"THE RESULT OF WAR IN VIRGINIA 1863"

"THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - DRAWING 'RATIONS'"

"SOUTHERN EXILES ON THE WAY NORTH"

"GRAND REVIEW OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC"(last review before Army heads south)

"THE LIFE OF A SPY - IN NINE TABLEAUX"

"THANKSGIVING DAY, NOVEMBER 26,1863"

"THE DRUMMER BOY OF OUR REGIMENT - EIGHT WAR SCENES"

"CHRISTMAS, 1863"

SCENE OF GENERAL FOREST (allegedly) shooting unarmed civilian)

(FRONT COVER) THE REBEL GENERAL ROBERT EDMUND LEE (full portrait in full uniform- Harper's misprint, Lee's Middle name was Edward)

THE REBEL GENERAL JAMES LONGSTREET

THE PIRATE RAPHAEL SEMMES (Captain of the Alabama former Captain of the C.S.S. Sumter)

THE CONFEDERATE CAPTAIN G. M. MORRIS, OF THE FLORIDA

THE LATE CONFEDERATE GENERAL J. E. B. STUART (received mortal wound in cavalry skirmish at Ashland, Virginia, May 11)

(FRONT COVER) THE LATE REBEL GENERAL JOHN MORGAN (killed while resting at the borne of Mrs. Williams at Greenville, East Tennessee; her husband was a staff officer for General Burnside; Mrs. Williams alerted the Union troops)

(FRONT COVER) CAPTAIN C. M. MORRIS (Captain of the C.S.S. Flonda just captured by the U.S.S. Waclzusest in San Salvador Bay while refueling, October 7, 1864)

A LISTING OF ALL U.S. SENATORS AND CONGRESSMEN AND WHERE FROM

MAJOR GENERAL ANDREW A. HUMPHREYS

(BRADY) GENERAL WILLIAM W. AVERILL (currently acting as Chief of Staff to General Meade)

AN ADVANCE OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC (showing Generals French, Birney, Meade, Sykes, Humphreys, and Pleasonton)

(FRONT COVER) THANKS TO GRANT (by Thomas Nast) (by Joint Resolution of Congress was struck and awarded to Major General Grant)

(BRADY) MAJOR GENERAL HERON (formed the left wing of Grant's Army at Vicksburg; lately operating in Texas)

(U.S.A.) GENERAL M. C. MEIGS (on inspection duty in the west)

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM T. SHERMAN (currently at Selma, Alabama)

MAJOR GENERAL PALMER (of late movement against Dalton, Alabama)

BRIGADIER GENERAL W. S. SMITH (attached to General Sherman)

GENERAL TRUMAN SEYMOUR (commanding the Florida expedition)

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) BRIGADIER GENERAL GEORGE A. CUSTER(currently commanding a cavalry division under General Buford)

(BRADY) BRIGADIER GENERAL JUDSON KILPATRICK (served from beginning of war in Army of Potomac engaged in most major campaigns as cavalry officer)

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) THE LATE COLONEL ULRIC DAHLGREEN(killed near Richmond, Virginia, at the raid of Kilpatrick)

GENERAL GRANT RECEIVING HIS COMMISSION AS LIEUTENANT GENERAL FROM PRESIDENT LINCOLN (March 9, 1864)

SCENES CONNECTED WITH GENERAL CUSTER'S MOVEMENT ACROSS THE RAPIDAN (river in Virginia; shows war scenes and a cameo of General Custer)

HON. MICHAEL HAHN, GOVERNOR OF LOUISIANA (newly elected Union governor; his election re-established federal authority in Louisiana)

(BRADY) BRIGADIER GENERAL DAVID M. GREGG (currently commanding the Second Division of the Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac)

ADJUTANT GENERAL LORENZO THOMAS (currently engaged in west in organizing Negro regiments)

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) GENERAL WILLIAM F. SMITH (recently nominated to Major General to take General Grant's place)

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) BRIGADIER GENERAL HENRY E. DAVIES (U.S.A.) (commanded the cavalry on the late raid on Richmond, Virginia, under General Kilpatrick)

MAJOR GENERAL JAMES M'ALISTER SCHOFIELD (recently transferred from command of the Department of Missouri)

BRIGADIER GENERAL AUGUSTUS L. CHETLAIN (in December of 1862 he raised the first colored troops of the war; currently in command of all the colored troops in the state of Tennessee)

(BRADY) MAJOR GENERAL JOHN A. DIX, PRESIDENT OF THE METROPOLITAN FAIR (NYC)

BRIGADIER GENERAL ANDREW JACKSON SMITH (currently in command of the Red River Expedition)

MAJOR GENERAL PHILIP HENRY SHERIDAN (current commander of Cavalry Corps of the Army of the Potomac)

(BRADY) GENERAL THOMAS E. GREENFIELD RANSOM(seriously wounded at the battle at Sabine Crossroads, Louisiana, April 8)

THE LATE GENERAL WADSWORTH (killed in the Battle of the Wilderness)

(FRONT COVER) ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - MAJOR GENERAL WINFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK (recently made Corps Commander under General Meade at General Grant's orders)

"WE HAVE NOW ENDED THE SIXTH DAY OF VERY HARD FIGHTING. I PROPOSE TO FIGHT IT OUT ON THIS LINE IF IT TAKES ALL SUMMER - U.S. GRANT (This is a caption to a full page sketch of General Grant; the fighting referred to is the Battle of the Wilderness)

(BRADY) THE LATE MAJOR GENERAL JOHN SEDGWICK(Corps Commander under General Meade who died on May 8 while adjusting a piece of artillery)

THE LATE GENERAL JAMES C. RICE (killed in battle)

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM T. SHERMAN (currently commanding the Department of Mississippi and actively engaged in Georgia)

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) GENERAL GOVERNOR K. WARREN (his corps was first to be attacked in the Wilderness Battle)

(FRONT COVER) GENERAL HORATIO GATES WRIGHT (commanding the Sixth Corps replacing General Sedgwick)

"FIGHTING JOHNNY LOGAN" (Major General in the Army of Tennessee under General Sherman)

(FRONT COVER) CAPT. J. HENRY SLEEPER, COMMANDING THE TENTH MASSACHUSETTS BATTERY (Recently engaged at Cold Harbor)

THE LATE BRIGADIER GENERAL HAYS (recently killed in battle in Virginia; previously he had taken over Hancock's command at Gettysburg when Hancock was wounded)

BRIGADIER GENERAL F. C. BARLOW (recently engaged at Spotsylvania)

A COUNCIL OF WAR AT MASSAPONAX CHURCH - FROM A PHOTOGRAPH BY GARDNER, WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (this is a famous picture showing General Grant and many of his highest ranking officers, May 21, 1864)

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) LIEUTENANT GENERAL GRANT AT HIS HEADQUARTERS (full portrait in full battle dress)

(BRADY) GENERAL MEADE AND HIS STAFF (near Petersburg)

(BRADY) GENERAL BURNSIDE AND HIS STAFF (near Petersburg)

CAPTAIN JOHN A. WINSLOW, OF THE (U.S.S.) KEARSARGE

(FRONT COVER) WILLIAM PITT FESSENDEN (new) SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

(FRONT COVER) GENERAL HOOKER RIDING ALONG HIS LINES ON THE MORNING OF JULY 21, 1864

(FRONT COVER) THE LATE MAJOR GENERAL JAMES B. MCPHEASON(was in command of the Department of Tennessee under General Sherman and was killed on July 22 while at Decatur, Georgia; the extreme right of Sherman's attack on Atlanta)

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL HOWARD 0. SMITH (under General Sherman)

ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - GENERAL STANNARD'S HEADQUARTERS

(BRADY) ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - GENERAL HANCOCK AND STAFF

(BRADY) ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - GENERAL WARREN AND STAFF

THE LATE BRIGADIER GENERAL CHARLES G. HARKER (killed at the assault on Kenesaw June 27)

BRIGADIER GENERAL A. S. WILLIAMS (in General Hooker's 20th Corps) -

(FRONT COVER) GENERAL SHERMAN'S CAMPAIGN - COUNCIL OF WARHELD AT GENERAL WOOD'S HEADQUARTERS GENTLEMEN, I INTEND TO PLACE THE ARMY SOUTHWEST OF ATLANTA" - General Sherman

THE LATE BRIGADIER GENERAL DANIEL MCCOOK (killed at Kenesaw Mountain)

CAPTAIN FRANCIS DE GRESS (considered by his superiors as one of the best artillerists in the Army of Tennessee)

(BRADY) CLEMENT L VALLANDIGHAM

(BRADY) HON. FERNANDO WOOD(both men were leaders of the Union Peace Party)

(BRADY) MAJOR GENERAL WRIGHT AND STAFF (commanding the First Division, Sixth Corps under General Sedgwick, Army of the Potomac)

BRIGADIER GENERAL JOHN W. GEARY .(currently operating in Tennessee)

(BRADY) REAR ADMIRAL DAVID G. FARRAGUT U.S.N.

MAJOR GENERAL GEORGE B. MCCLELLAN, DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR THE PRESIDENT (in full military dress with horse)

(BRADY) HON. GEORGE H. PENDLETON (Democratic candidate for Vice President)

(BRADY) GENERAL JEFFERSON C. DAVIS (U.S.A.) (in command of the Fourteenth Corps under Sherman)

(BRADY) PRIVATE MILES O'REILLY (currently serving in the Iron Brigade)

BRIGADIER GENERAL JAMES C. MORGAN (commanding the Second Division under Union General Jeff Davis and engaged at Jonesborough)

BRIGADIER GENERAL WILLIAM P. CARLIN (commanding the First Division under Union General Jeff Davis)

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) MAJOR GENERAL PHILIP H. SHERIDAN(appointed to command the Middle Military Division of the Army by General Grant; currently engaged in the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia, against C.S.A. General Early)

THE LATE GENERAL RUSSELL (U.S.A.) (killed in the Shenandoah Valley battles)

THE LATE COLONEL GROWER (Union colonel killed at Jonesborough, Georgia)

GENERAL SHERMAN'S FLY (showing General Sherman at his "Fly which is the nickname given to his field desk)

(FRONT COVER) GENERAL HUNT AND MAJOR DUANE, CHIEF OF ARTILLERY AND CHIEF ENGINEER OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC

(BRADY) MAJOR GENERAL DAVID B. BIERNEY (commanding the Tenth Corps of Butler's Army; recently engaged in operation north of the James River)

MAJOR GENERAL E.O.C. ORD (commanding the Eighteenth Corps of Butler's Army, recently engaged north of the James River and slightly wounded; native of Washington, D.C.)

MAJOR GENERAL GEORGE CROOK (was engaged in Antietam as part of the Ninth Army)

MAJOR GENERAL TORBERT (engaged at Antietam and now currently engaged in the Shenandoah Valley campaign; rank of Major General by Brevet)

"THE CHICAGO PLATFORM" (by Thomas Nast)(shows various political scenes including George B. M'Clellan for President as the centerpiece)

MAJOR GENERAL RICHARD J. OGLESBY (while in command of a division at Corinth he was seriously wounded and taken out of service; he is now the Union candidate for Governor of Illinois)

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL BUTLER AFTER THE BATTLE OF SEPTEMBER 29, 1864 (referring to the battle north of the James River on the Confederate line at Chapin's Farm - the outermost line of Richmond's defenses)

MAJOR GENERAL GODFREY WEITZEL (succeeded General Ord of the Eighteenth Corps)

(FRONT COVER) A GROUP OF (Union) CAVALRY OFFICERS (August V.)KURTZ (engaged under General Butler) (General) MERRITT,(General) WILSON (both engaged in the Shenandoah Valley)

(BRADY) THE LATE CHIEF JUSTICE ROGER B. TANNY (from Calvert County, Maryland, and presided over the Dred Scott Decision)

(FRONT COVER) PHIL SHERIDAN'S RIDE TO THE FRONT, OCTOBER 19, 1864 (to encourage his men at Cedar Creek)

THE LATE COLONEL ALEXANDER GARDINER (commanding Fourteenth New Hampshire Volunteers, Nineteenth Corps; killed at Battle of Winchester)

THE LATE MAJOR JAMES P. JONES (of the Seventh Regiment Maine Volunteers, killed at the Battle of Crystal Springs, before the defenses of Washington, July 13, 1864)

(FRONT COVER) GENERAL CUSTER PRESENTING CAPTURED BATTLE FLAGS AT THE WAR DEPARTMENT, WASHINGTON, OCTOBER 23, 1864

SECRETARIES STANTON AND FESSENDEN VISITING GENERAL MEADE'S WORKS IN FRONT OF PETERSBURG, OCTOBER 17, 1864

GENERAL JAMES B. RICKETS (was put in command of the Sixth Corps operating in the Shenandoah Valley, wounded--perhaps mortally-as of this writing at the Battle of Cedar Creek; also was wounded and captured at First Manassas)

THE LATE BRIGADIER GENERAL BIDWELL (commanding the Third Brigade, Second Division, Sixth Corps, killed at Cedar Creek)

GENERAL CUVIER GROVER (in command of a Division of the nineteenth Corps; he lost an arm at Battle of Cedar Creek on the 19th)THE LATE COLONEL CHARLES R. LOWELL, JUN. (in General Custer's cavalry)

(FRONT COVER) LIEUTENANT WILLIAM B. CUSHING (planned and implemented the destruction of the C.S.S. Albemarle at Plymouth)

CAPTAIN JERRY Z. BROWN (was with a reconnaissance in force that captured a Confederate fort before Petersburg)

MAJOR THOMAS JEFFERSON RODMAN (inventor of the 20-inch Rodman gun--huge secured cannon)

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) CAPTAIN NAPOLEON COLLINS (Captain of the U.S.S. Wachusett which captured the C.S.S. Florida in the Bay of San Salvador, Brazil, October 7, 1864)

(BRADY) MAJOR GENERAL GERSHORN MOTF (commanding a Division of the Second Corps and has seen action in all the major battles in Virginia from Second Manassas on including Gettysburg)

(BRADY) W. W. WOOD, CHIEF ENGINEER, UNITED STATES NAVY

BRIGADIER GENERAL JOHN G. RAWLINGS, GENERAL GRANTS CHIEF OF STAFF

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) MAJOR GENERAL GEORGE H. THOMAS(recently replaced General Sherman)

MAJOR GENERAL JOHN M. SCHOFIELD (commanded the federal troops at recent Battle of Franklin)

GENERAL DAVID S. STANLEY (commanded the Twenty-third Corps at Battle of Franklin)

MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM TECUMSEH SHERMAN (two-page layout showing the General astride his horse both in full military uniform)

(FRONT COVER) CHIEF JUSTICES OF THE UNITED STATES (showing John Jay [the first J, Oliver Ellsworth [the second], John Marshall, Roger B. Taney, and Salmon P. Chase [the current])

GENERAL GRANT RECEIVING HIS COMMISSION AS LIEUTENANT GENERAL FROM PRESIDENT LINCOLN(March 9, 1864)

PRESIDENT LINCOLN AND HIS (personal) SECRETARIES (Mr. Nicolay and Mr. Hay)

Untitled - SKETCH OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN HOLDING THE FLAG WITH TROOPS RALLYING AROUND THE FLAG

PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S HOME, SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS

"THE UNION CHRISTMAS DINNER" (by Thomas Nast)(showing President Lincoln and implying reconciliation with the south)

MAP OF THE SCENE OF HOSTILITIES IN SCHLESWIG(Denmark), SHOWING THE DEFENSIVE WORK OF THE DANES(at war with Germany)

MAP OF THE CAMPAIGN IN EAST TENNESSEE, MISSISSIPPI, GEORGIA, ALABAMA, AND FLORIDA

MAP OF THE REBELLION, AS IT WAS IN 1861, AND AS IT IS. IN 1864 (map of U.S. showing Confederacy as of 1864 and what parts had been taken by the north by 1864)

MAP OF FORT DE RUSSY (on the Red River)

MAP SHOWING BEAUFORT, N.C., SOUTH TO NORFOLK NORTH

MAP SHOWING SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA, NORTH TO ALEXANDRIA SOUTH - TEXAS BORDER WEST TO BIENVILLE EAST

MAP OF VIRGINIA, SHOWING THE MILITARY OPERATIONS OF GENERALS GRANT AND BUTLER (U.S.A.) (from Washington north to N.C. border south - blue Ridge west to Chesapeake Bay east with Richmond in the center)

MAP OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SHOWING ITS DEFENSES AND RAILROAD CONNECTIONS

GRANTS CAMPAIGN - TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF VIRGINIA

(General) SHERMAN'S ADVANCE INTO NORTHERN GEORGIA

A CAREFULLY PREPARED MAP OF The BATTLEFIELDS AROUND RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

A TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP ILLUSTRATING GENERAL SHERMAN'S ADVANCE ON ATLANTA, GEORGIA(showing various military positions, Union and Confederate, from Resaca, Georgia north to Newman south - Atlanta east to Dug Down Mountain west)

MAP ILLUSTRATING GENERAL GRANTS CAMPAIGN IN VIRGINIA (from Potomac River north to Cross Keys south -Lynchburg west to Atlanta east; Richmond and Petersburg prominently displayed)

MAP ILLUSTRATING THE CONFEDERATE INVASION IN MARYLAND (Harrisonburg, Pennsylvania north to Washington, D.C. south - Winchester west to Philadelphia east)

MAP OF MOBILE BAY (Alabama) AND DEFENSES OF The CITY

ISOMETRIC VIEW OF GENERAL GRANTS VIRGINIA CAMPAIGN (begins at City Point and points out 31 key areas looking north to Petersburg and Richmond; this is really a sketch but is laid out as a detailed map)

MAP SHOWING THE ENTIRE FIELD OF OPERATIONS UNDER GRANT, SHERMAN, AND FARRAGUT (from the Mississippi west to the Atlantic Ocean east/Kentucky, Richmond north to Mobile, Alabama/Florida south)

PLAN OF THE BATTLE OF AUGUST 5, 1864 (naval battle at Mobile, Alabama; with a listing of all Union ships present)

MAP OF THE VIRGINIA CAMPAIGN SHOWING THE THEATRE OF GENERAL GRANT'S COMBINATIONS (Harper's Ferry north - Cross Keys, Clarksville south/Staunton, Shenandoah mountains, Lynchburg west/Washington, D.C., Cross Keys cast)

MAP SHOWING THE ENTIRE FIELD OF OPERATIONS UNDER GRANT, SHERMAN, AND FARRAGUT (from Frankfort, Staunton north to Mobile, Tallahassee south/Mississippi River west to Atlantic Ocean east)

VIEW OF THE STATIONS ON GRANTS MILITARY RAILROAD, FROM CITY POINT TO HIS EXTREME LEFT (runs from northeast to southwest of Petersburg; Patrick's is at the extreme left; there are a total of 10 stations)

THE FIELD OF GENERAL SHERMAN'S OPERATION AROUND SAVANNAH

MAP OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SHOWING THE FIELD OF OPERATIONS OF GENERAL THOMAS

(FRONT COVER) DIAGRAM OF MONITOR (U.S.S.) WEEHAWKEN, SUNK IN CHARLESTON HARBOR, DECEMBER 6,1863

THE IRONCLAD SCREW FRIGATE RE D'ITALIA (built for the Italian government by William Webb in New York)

THE CONFEDERATE SCREW STEAMER RAPPAHANNOCK LYING AT CALAIS., FRANCE (previously the Scylla of London, previously Her Majesty's steam sloop Victor)

THE RUSSIAN FLEET AT THE UNITED STATES NAVY YARD, MARE ISLAND, CALIFORNIA

THE (U.S.) STEAMER BRAZIL FIRED UPON BY GUERRILLAS ON THE BANKS OF THE MISSISSIPPI (on December 11, 1863, two miles below Rodney)

LAUNCH OF HER MAJESTY'S SCREW STEAMSHIP MINOTAUR, FIFTY GUNS, AT BLACKWALL, ENGLAND

THE UNITED STATES GUNBOAT EUTAW (currently in the Washington Navy Yard)

CONFEDERATE SUBMARINE BATTERY

Longitudinal SECTION OF SUBMARINE BATTERY (Confederate)

(U.S.) GUARD BOAT ON PICKET DUTY OF MOBILE

THE UNITED STATES STEAMER KENNEBEC CHASING THE CONFEDERATE STEAMER GREY JACKET (coming out of Charleston in rough seas)

THE UNITED STATES SLOOP OF WAR RICHMOND ON BLOCKADE DUTY OFF MOBILE (top down view of a large ship)

THE NEW CONFEDERATE RAM AT MOBILE

SCENES IN AND AROUND RICHLAND JAIL, COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA (also showing City Hall)

THE DESTRUCTION BY FIRE OF COLTS ARMORY AT HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT (built in 1859, cause unknown)

FORT FISHER, COMMANDING THE NEW INLET ENTRANCE TO CAPE FEAR RIVER - THE BRITISH STEAMER HANSA RUNNING THE BLOCKADE UNDER THE GUNS OF THE FORT

(US.) SHELLING A (Confederate) BLOCKADE RUNNER AGROUND OFF SULLIVAN'S ISLAND

"A STORY OF THE SEA - INCIDENTS IN THE LIFE OF A SAILOR" (shows various scenes of ships and sailors) WRECK OF THE (steamer) BOHEMIAN AS SEEN THE MORNING AFTER SHE SUNK (occurred off Cape Elizabeth, near Portland, Maine, due to Captain Borland's error; 31

OUR (U.S.) FLEET OFF MOBILE, ALABAMA

THE ENGLISH IRONCLAD MINOTAUR

THE FRENCH IRONCLAD LA COURONNE

TRIAL TRIP OF THE FRENCH IRONCLAD FLEET - THE MAGENTA IN THE FOREGROUND

THE FRENCH IRONCLAD L'INVINCIBLE

THE FRENCH FLOATING BATTERY LE SAIGON

BOMBARDMENT OF FORT POWELL (Mobile, Alabama) BY ADMIRAL FARRAGUTS FLEET ON FEBRUARY 24, 1864

ADMIRAL PORTER'S FLOTILLA (on the Red River expedition; vessels shown: Fort Hemzan, Cricket, Lafayette, Nedsho, Oscark, Eastport, Choctaw, Osage, Louisville, Carondied Benton, Pittsburgh, Gazette, Mound City, Essex, (Gen. Price, Lexington, Black Hawk)

THE (USS.) STEAM RAM SWITZERLAND

THE CONFEDERATE RAM ATTACKING FEDERAL GUNBOATS AT PLYMOUTH, NORTH CAROLINA (the U.S.S. Southfield sinking in the Roanoke River)

(FRONT COVER) CONFEDERATE ATTACK ON OUR GUNBOATS IN THE RED RIVER (Confederates firing from the shore on Admiral Porter's Gunboats)

THE PET PARROT (a huge cannon) ON THE UNITED STATES STEAMER RICHMOND IN A STORM

DEPARTURE OF UNION FLEET FROM NEWPORT NEWS

ARRIVAL OF GENERAL BUTLER'S. ADVANCE AT CITY POINT, VIRGINIA, ON MAY 5, 1864(both engravings showing dozens of ships; the beginning of the movement against Richmond)

DESTRUCTION OF CONFEDERATE SCHOONERS OFF HOMOSASSA RIVER, FLORIDA

FORT DARLING AND THE CONFEDERATE IRONCLADS ON THE JAMES (River) SEVEN MILES BELOW RICHMOND

DESTRUCTION OF THE UNITED STATES GUNBOAT COMMODORE JONES ON THE JAMES (River)

THE (U.S.) STEAMSHIP SASSACUS RAMMING THE CONFEDERATE RAM ALBEMARLE (off Beaufort, N.C.)

CONFEDERATE RAM AT WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA

(FRONT COVER) (Admiral) PORTER'S. GUNBOATS PASSING THE DAM IN THE RED RIVER NEAR ALEXANDRIA

GENERAL GRANTS CAMPAIGN - THE PONTOON BRIDGE OVER THE JAMES RIVER, ABOVE FORT POWHATAN (Virginia below Richmond; many supply ships shown)

GENERAL GRANTS CAMPAIGN - FORT POWHATAN, ON THE JAMES RIVER (General Grant decided to cross to the south side of the James after encountering heavy Confederate resistance on the north side)

THE BRIG VISION, CAPTAIN DONOVAN (not military) LEAVING NEW YORK FOR LIVERPOOL (a very small ship to sail the Atlantic)

THE NAVAL CONTEST OFF CHERBOURG (in the British Channel) BETWEEN THE ALABAMA AND THE (U.S.S.)KEARSARGE

THE SPANISH SQUADRON, COMMANDED BY ADMIRAL PINZON, TAKING POSSESSION OF THE CHINCHA ISLANDS(several ships shown; on the west coast of Peru)

(FRONT COVER) THE SINKING OF THE ALABAMA OFF CHERBOURG, JUNE 19, 1864

CAPTAIN JOHN A. WINSLOW, OF KEARSARGE

THE PIRATE RAPHAEL SEMMES (Captain of the Alabama, former Captain of the C.S.S. Sumter and former U.S. Navy Captain)

THE ANGLO-REBEL PIRATES THE FLORIDA AND RAPPAHANNOCK (reportedly the last two of major Confederate ships since the Alabama was sunk)

FORT MORGAN (Mobile, Alabama) AND THE CONFEDERATE FLEET (showing the C.S.S. Gaines, Morgan, ram Tennessee, Selma, and the steamer Nicholas)

OFF MOBILE - SHELLING A BLOCKADE RUNNER

NASSAU, NEW PROVIDENCE, THE PRINCIPAL RENDEZVOUS OF THE ANGLO-CONFEDERATE BLOCKADE RUNNERS

FARRAGUT'S FLEET PASSING THE FORTS AND OBSTRUCTIONS AT THE ENTRANCE OF MOBILE BAY, AUGUST 5, 1864 (showing Union monitors, the U.S.S. Harrford Brooklyn, Richmond, Lackawanna, Monongahela, and the Ossipee)

DESTRUCTION OF THE (US.) MONITOR TECUMSEH BY A CONFEDERATE TORPEDO, IN MOBILE BAY, AUGUST 5, 1864

THE UNITED STATES STEAMER RICHMOND ENGAGING THE REBEL RAM TENNESSEE, AUGUST 5, 1864 (the Tennessee under C.S.A. Admiral Buchanan surrendered after being engaged by the entire Union fleet)

THE REBEL GUNBOAT SELMA SURRENDERING TO THE UNITED STATES STEAMER ME TA COMET

FARRAGUT'S VICTORY IN MOBILE BAY - THE CAPTURE OF THE REBEL RAM TENNESSEE

ADMIRAL FARRAGUT'S FLEET BOMBARDING FORT MORGAN (Mobile, Alabama), AUGUST 22, 1864 (Union ships shown: Lackawanna, Manhattan, Ociorora, Brooklyn, Winnebago, Richmond)

(BRADY) REAR ADMIRAL DAVID G. FARRAGUT, U.S.N.

(FRONT COVER) REBEL TORPEDO BOAT (in front of Fort Morgan)

THE (U.S.S.) BROOKLYN, SHOWING THE SHOTS RECEIVED ON HER STARBOARD SIDE DURING THE ENGAGEMENT OF AUGUST 5, 1864 (at Mobile, Alabama)

PLAN OF THE BATTLE OF AUGUST 5, 1864 (at Mobile; with a listing of all Union ships present

BURNING OF THE (Union) RECEIVING SHIP, BRANDYWINE, AS SEEN FROM THE GOSSPORT NAVY YARD (Norfolk)VIRGINIA, SEPTEMBER 3, 1864

UNITED STATES TORPEDO BOAT NEW ERA Oust commissioned)

THE PRIVATEER (C.S.A.) GEORGIA CAPTURED BY The(U.S.S.) NIAGARA, AUGUST 24, 1864 (Niagara commanded by Captain Wythecombe)

UNITED STATES SLOOP OF WAR LACKAWANNA RAMMING THE (C.S.S.) TENNESSEE IN MOBILE BAY (other Union ships in the background: Gains, Monongahela, Maithatian)

PLAN OF THE UNITED STATES IRONCLAD, THE CHICKASAW

THE (U.S.S.) META COMETS BLOWING UP THE CONFEDERATE RAM NASHVILLE, AUGUST 16, 1864 (in Mobile Bay)

VIEW OF MOBILE AND THE FEDERAL FLEET IN The BAY(showing gunboat Morgan, hospital boat Chickasaw; Octorora, Pinola, Winnebago, Metacomet)

(FRONT COVER) LIEUTENANT WILLIAM B. CUSHING (planned and implemented the destruction of the C.S.S. Albemarle)

(FRONT COVER) DESTRUCTION OF THE CONFEDERATE RAM ALBEMARLE (at Plymouth)

CONFEDERATE IRONCLADS ON THE JAMES, BELOW CHAPIN'S BLUFF Nov. 26, 18

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) CAPTAIN NAPOLEON COLLINS (Captain of the U.S.S. Wachuseit which captured the C.S.S. Florida in San Salvador Bay, Brazil, October 7, 1864)

(FRONT COVER) CAPTAIN C. M. MORRIS (Captain of the C.S.S. Florida)

(FRONT COVER) THE CAPTURED (Confederate) PRIVATEER FLORIDA, AND THE UNITED STATES STEAMER WACHUSETT

"CHASE OF A BLOCKADE RUNNER" (occurring now chiefly out of Wilmington, N.C., still controlled by the Confederacy; crews of Union ships which captured blockade runners shared in half the goods captured-the U.S. Government received the other half)

(BRADY) W. W. WOOD, CHIEF ENGINEER, UNITED STATES NAVY

(FRONT COVER) THE REBEL FLAG OF THE TRUCE BOAT BEAUREGARD, WITH SAVANNAH IN THE DISTANCE (on November 11, the Union returned 3200 sick Confederates to Confederate transports; further exchanges to be held based upon Generals Lee and Grant's agreement)

(FRONT COVER) THE REBEL FLAG OF TRUCE BOATS COMING DOWN THE SAVANNAH RIVER TO MEET THE FEDERAL TRANSPORTS (showing the Confederate ships Swan, Beauregard, ida, General Lee)

(Union) BLOCKADING FLEET OFF WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA - OLD INLET (showing US. ships Victoria, Enznza, Aeolus; in the background are blockade runners and flagship of C.S.S. Admiral Lynch)

(Union) BLOCKADING FLEET OFF WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA - NEW INLET (showing U.S. ships Wilderness, How-Qua, Cherokee, Alabama, Seneca, blockade runners C.S.S. Nigh: Hawk, and Lynx sinking in background)

CAPTURE OF THE BLOCKADE RUNNER ANNIE OCTOBER 31, 1864 (initially hit by a launch of the U.S.S. Alabama and captured by U.S. ships Wilderness and Nip/ion; this is the first ship captured under the guns of Fort Fischer)

SUNDAY MORNING INSPECTION ON BOARD THE (Union)GUNBOAT META COMET (one of latest built gunboats operating in the Gulf Squadron under Admiral Farragut)

CAPTURE OF THE BLOCKADE RUNNER (C.S.S.) HOPE BY THE UNITED STATES STEAMER AEOLUS OFF WILMINGTON, OCTOBER 22, 1864

TORPEDO RAFT IN MOBILE BAY

(Union) FLEET IN HAMPTON ROADS (showing the following U.S. ships and their number of guns: Mohican-1l, Monadnock-4, Osceola-1O, Tuscarora-1l, Wabash-42, Powhatan-16, Susquehanna-16, Shenandoah 13, Brooklyn -24, Massasoit-l0, Malvern-0, Juniata-14, Ticonde

FORT WOOL (rip raps) HAMPTON ROADS

THE CAPTURE OF PLYMOUTH, NORTH CAROLINA, OCTOBER 31, 1864 (showing the U.S. ships Shamrock, Otsego, Commodore Hull, Raisly)

APPEARANCE OF THE CONFEDERATE RAM ALBEMARLE (sunk)

FLEET OF WHALERS IN THE PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO (just arrived from the Arctic Ocean)

CHASE AND CAPTURE OF THE BLOCKADE RUNNER (C.S.S.)ARMSTRONG BY (Union) GUNBOATS (eighty miles off Wilmington, December 4, 1864)

THE UNITED STATES MONITOR NEOSHO ENGAGING THREE CONFEDERATE BATTERIES ON THE CUMBERLAND, BELOW NASHVILLE, DECEMBER 6, 1864

PORTER'S FLEET LEAVING FORTRESS MONROE (going to Wilmington with 65 warships and 100 transports carrying troops under Generals Butler and Weitzel in very rough seas)

(U.S.) CONVALESCENT CAMP, ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA

FREEMAN'S VILLAGE, ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA (built for escaped slaves)

JOHN MINOR BOTTS (from Dumfries in Prince William County, Virginia, currently living in Culpeper, Virginia; was a powerful force in Virginia and congressional politics who did not join the Confederacy nor the Union but was a Union sympathizer)

BELLE PLAIN, VIRGINIA (on Potomac Creek 9 miles from Fredericksburg), GENERAL GRANT'S LATE BASE OF SUPPLIES

SPOTSYLVANIA COURT HOUSE, VIRGINIA

ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - CROSSING THE RIVER NY, VIRGINIA (lies northeast of Spotsylvania Court House)

"THE CAMPAIGN IN VIRGINIA - ON TO RICHMOND" (by Thomas Nast)

DISEMBARKATION OF GENERAL SMITH'S TROOPS (USA.) AT WHITE HOUSE (R. E. Lee's house on the Pamunkey River)

THE CAMPAIGN IN VIRGINIA - FIGHT AT COLD HARBOR, JUNE 1, 1864, GENERAL SMITH'S CORPS IN ACTION

(US.) ARMY CROSSING THE PAMUNKEY RIVER AT HANOVER FERRY, VIRGINIA

GENERAL GRANT'S CAMPAIGN IN VIRGINIA(A) BETHEL CHURCH(B) BEVERLY HOUSE(C) QUALE'S MILL, N. ANNA RIVER(D) GUINNESS STATION, VIRGINIA(E) JERICHO'S MILL AND PONTOON BRIDGE, N. ANNA RIVER

VIEW ON THE APPOMATTOX, BELOW FORT WALTHALL

JONES' NECK, FROM GENERAL FOSTER'S HEADQUARTERS, NEAR MALVERN HILL, ON THE JAMES (River)

THE PONTOON BRIDGE AT POINT OF ROCKS, ON THE APPOMATTOX

GENERAL GRANT'S CAMPAIGN - A PANORAMIC VIEW OF THE SITUATION AROUND PETERSBURG

THE CONFEDERATES: ROBBING THE FLOUR MILLS IN MARYLAND THE CONFEDERATES: PILLAGING AT THE HAGERSTOWN DEPOT (Maryland)THE CONFEDERATES: DESTROYING THE CHESAPEAKE & OHIO CANAL THE CONFEDERATES: RETREATING WITH THEIR PLUNDER ACROSS THE OHIO CANAL

GENERAL GRANT'S CAMPAIGN - VIEW OF PETERSBURG FROM CAPTAIN DAVIS' BATTERY, FIRST CONNECTICUT ARTILLERY

THE RUINS OF CHAMBERSBURG (Pennsylvania) - BANK AND FRANKLIN HOTEL (city was held for ransom of $500,000 then burned by General M'Causland, C.S.A.)

THE RUINS OF CHAMBERSBURG - VIEW OF MAIN STREET

THE RUINS OF CHAMBERSBURG - THE TOWN HALL

VIEW OF PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA, FROM THE NORTH SIDE OF THE APPOMATTOX

VIEW OF THE JAMES RIVER AND THE BEND AROUND FARRAR'S ISLAND, ABOVE DUTCH GAP

THE (Union) CAVALRY CHARGE AT WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA, SEPTEMBER 19, 1864 (Generals Sheridan vs. Early - Custer engaged)

THE LATE RESIDENCE OF THE CONFEDERATE COLONEL PEGRAM, WITH FEDERAL FORCE ADJACENT, ON GENERAL MEADE'S LEFT

VIEWS IN AND AROUND MARTINSBURG, VIRGINIA (currently the main depot of General Sheridan's Army of the Valley of the Shenandoah)

VIEWS OF THE GREAT AQUEDUCT, WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (scenes include Rock Creek Bridge, Georgetown, bridge on Cabin John Run, Griffith Park Bridge, Great Falls State House)

RECEPTION AT THE WAR DEPARTMENT, OCTOBER 29, 1864, OF GUNS CAPTURED FROM THE ENEMY BY GENERAL SHERIDAN

THE ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND - GENERAL BAIRD'S DIVISION CAPTURING THE CONFEDERATE GUNS ON THE LEFT OF MISSIONARY RIDGE

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC AT MINE RUN -CONFEDERATE EARTHWORKS COMMANDING THE PASSAGE AT GERMANIA FORD

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC AT MINE RUN - (U.S.) GENERAL WARREN'S TROOPS ATTACKING

THE CONFEDERATE POSITION AT MINE RUN

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - CONFEDERATE LINE AT MINE RUN, OPPOSITE GEN. WARREN'S LAST POSITION

(FRONT COVER) (General) LONGSTREET'S SHARPSHOOTERS FIRING ON A FEDERAL SUPPLY TRAIN (at Raccoon Mountain near Chattanooga)

CHARGE OF COLONEL CREIGHTON'S BRIGADE (U.S.A.) AT THE BATTLE OF RINGGOLD (the Seventh Ohio under General Grant; the colonel and most other officers were killed or wounded)

FORT SAUNDERS ATTACKED BY A PORTION OF (General) LONGSTREET'S CORPS (C.S.A.) (near Knoxville)

THE CONFEDERATE ASSAULT ON FORT SAUNDERS - THE FIGHT IN THE DITCH (the fort was encircled by a deep ditch)

INTERIOR OF FORT SUMTER AFTER BOMBARDMENT . FROM MORRIS ISLAND (held by C.S.A.)

AN ADVANCE OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC (showing Generals French, Birney, Meade, Sykes, Humphreys, and Pleasonton)

CONFEDERATE BATTERY AND OBSTRUCTIONS IN CHARLESTON HARBOR

SNOWY MORNING - ON PICKET (duty)

CAMP OF THE NEW YORK ONE HUNDRED AND THIRD BEFORE CHARLESTON (S.C.)

THE CONFEDERATES EVACUATING BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS

THE NEGRO SENTINEL SHOOTING THE GUERILLA BURROUGHS (while trying to escape from Portsmouth, Virginia, prison hospital)

(US.) RECONNAISSANCE AT MORTON'S FORD - NIGHT SCENE (Confederates fortified on hill firing; Union Generals Warren and Humphreys nearby)

SANDERSON, FLORIDA, OCCUPIED BY (U.S.) ADVANCE BEFORE The BATTLE OF OLUSTEE (US. troops under General Seymour)

SCENE OF THE FIGHT AT PLANK BRIDGE OVER BIG CREEK, AT BARBER'S, FEB. 19, 1864

HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA, FROM GENERAL LOGAN'S HEADQUARTERS (U.S.A.)

DRAGGING ARTILLERY THROUGH THE MUD

A PORTION OF LOGAN'S COMMAND CROSSING LOOKOUT CREEK FOR EAST TENNESSEE

AMBUSCADE AND DEATH OF COLONEL DAHLGREEN (U.S.A.) (near Richmond, Virginia, at raid on Kilpatrick; night scene with plenty of firing)

SCENES CONNECTED WITH GENERAL CUSTER'S MOVEMENT ACROSS THE RAPIDAN (River) IN VIRGINIA(several war scenes)

GENERAL SHERMAN'S REAR GUARD (USA.) By Thomas Nast

THE WAR IN TENNESSEE - VIEWS OF KNOXVILLE AND VICINITY (many views of Knoxville landmarks)

THE MASSACRE AT FORT PILLOW

THE (US.) ADVANCE SIGNAL-STATION NEAR RINGGOLD, GEORGIA (Army of the Cumberland)

REPULSE OF THE CONFEDERATES AT PLEASANT HILL, LOUISIANA

(FRONT COVER) GENERAL SHERMAN'S ADVANCE - BUZZARD'S ROOST PASS, GEORGIA (near Dalton, Georgia)

DESTRUCTION OF THE EAST TENNESSEE AND VIRGINIA RAILROAD (near Bull's Gap, Tennessee, by U.S. troops)

ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - BARTLETT'S BRIGADE OF WARREN'S CORPS CHARGING THE ENEMY (at Spotsylvania Courthouse against General Longstreet who won the engagement)

ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - (General) HANCOCK'S CORPS CROSSING THE RAPIDAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1864

MAJOR GENERAL WADSWORTH FIGHTING IN THE WILDERNESS (under General Grant near Chancellorsville where he was killed)

ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - SCENE OF GENERAL SEDGWICK'S DEATH (at the Wilderness Battle killed by a Confederate sharpshooter)

GENERALS HANCOCK AND WRIGHT (U.S.A.) FIGHTING FOR THE ENEMY'S RIFLE PITS (at the Wilderness Battle)

SHERMAN'S. DEPARTMENT (U.S.A.) - ENGAGEMENT AT SNAKE CREEK GAP, GEORGIA

SHERMAN'S DEPARTMENT (U.S.A.) - GENERAL GEARY'S ASSAULT ON DUG GAP, GEORGIA

ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - GENERAL WARREN (U.S.A.) RALLYING THE MARYLANDERS (at the Battle of the Wilderness)

ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - THE STRUGGLE FOR THE SALIENT, NEAR SPOTSYLVANIA COURTHOUSE, VIRGINIA, MAY 12, 1864 (Hancock, Wright, and Warren, U.S.A., all engaged with Ewell, Longstreet and Hill, C.S.A., before the day was over)

BATTERIES ON GENERAL WARREN'S LEFT (U.S.A.), NEAR SPOTSYLVANIA, VIRGINIA

(USA.) SHERMAN'S ADVANCE - GENERAL LOGAN'S SKIRMISHERS ADVANCE TOWARD THE RAILROAD AT RESACA (Georgia) MAY 13, 1864 SHERMAN'S ADVANCE POSITION OF OSTERHAUS'S DIVISION, LOGAN'S CORPS, ON BALD HILL, MAY 14, 1864, SHELLING THE RAILROAD AT RESACA

THE CAMPAIGN IN GEORGIA - CHARGE OF (Corps Commander) LOGAN'S TROOPS (U.S.A.) AT THE BATTLE OF RESACA, MAY 14, 1864

The CAMPAIGN IN GEORGIA, (Colonel) ROBINSON'S BRIGADE, OF HOOKER'S CORPS (U.S.A.) SAVING THE FIFTH INDIANA BATTERY MAY 14, 1864

THE CAMPAIGN IN GEORGIA - (General) GEARY'S DIVISION(under Hooker) DIGGING THE GUNS OUT OF A CONFEDERATE BATTERY BEFORE RESACA, ON THE NIGHT OF MAY 15, 1864

THE CAMPAIGN IN VIRGINIA - ON TO RICHMOND" (by Thomas Nast)

BURNING OF THE FREDERICKSBURG AND RICHMOND RAILROAD BRIDGE OVER THE NORTH ANNA (River in Virginia)

THE CAMPAIGN IN VIRGINIA - CANVASS PONTOONS ON THE NORTH ANNA RIVER

DISEMBARKATION OF GENERAL SMITH'S TROOPS (U.S.A.) AT WHITE HOUSE (R. E. Lee's House on the Pamunkey River)

THE CAMPAIGN IN VIRGINIA - FIGHT AT COLD HARBOR, JUNE 1, 1864, (U.S.A.) GENERAL SMITH'S CORPS IN ACTION

(General) GRANT'S GREAT CAMPAIGN - STEVEN'S BATTERY AT COLD HARBOR

GRANTS GREAT CAMPAIGN - THE NEW YORK FOURTEENTH HEAVY ARTILLERY CROSSING CHESTERFIELD BRIDGE, ON THE NORTH ANNA, UNDER HEAVY (Confederate) FIRE

GRANT'S GREAT CAMPAIGN - GENERAL BARLOW IN FRONT OF THE CONFEDERATE WORKS, TWELVE MILES FROM RICHMOND .

(US.) ARMY CROSSING THE PAMUNKEY RIVER AT HANOVER FERRY, VIRGINIA

GENERAL GRANT'S GREAT CAMPAIGN - GENERAL BARLOW CHARGING THE (Confederates) AT COLD HARBOR, JUNE 1, 1864

THE (Union) POSITION AT COLD HARBOR

THE LAST FIGHT OF THE PENNSYLVANIA RESERVES (of Cold Harbour)

(U.S.) ARMY ENTERING RESACA, GEORGIA, MAY 16, 1864

GENERAL SHERMAN'S CAMPAIGN (in Georgia) BURNING THE RAILROAD BRIDGE AT RESACA

GENERAL SHERMAN'S CAMPAIGN - GENERAL HOOKER'S ESCORT CHARGING THROUGH THE WOODS (near Dallas, Georgia)GENERAL SHERMAN'S CAMPAIGN - THE CONFEDERATE ASSAULT ON (General) LOGAN'S POSITION IN THE BATTLE AT DALLAS, MAY 28, 1864 (Georgia)(Confederate assault ma

GENERAL GRANTS CAMPAIGN - TRANSPORTATION OF HANCOCK'S CORPS ACROSS THE JAMES (River) AT WILCOX'S LANDING (II Corps 3 miles below Fort Powhatan)GENERAL GRANT'S. CAMPAIGN IN VIRGINIA - FROM PHOTOGRAPHS BY GARDNER, WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA(A) A COUNC

GENERAL SHERMAN'S CAMPAIGN:(A) THE CREST OF PINE MOUNTAIN WHERE GENERAL POLK FELL, JUNE 14, 1864 (in Georgia)(B) LOST MOUNTAIN AT SUNRISE (in Georgia)(C) VIEW OF KENESAW FROM PINE MOUNTAIN

CONFEDERATE DESERTERS COMING WITHIN THE UNION LINES

THE CONFEDERATE FORT CLIFTON AND (U.S.) BATTERIES ON THE APPOMATTOX

GENERAL GRANTS CAMPAIGN - A PANORAMIC VIEW OF THE SITUATION AROUND PETERSBURG

GENERAL SHERMAN'S CAMPAIGN - THE ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND SWINGING AROUND KENESAW MOUNTAIN

CONFEDERATE CHARGE ON (US.) RIGHT AT MARIETTA (Georgia) JUNE 27, 1864

THE CONFEDERATES: ROBBING THE FLOUR MILLS IN MARYLAND THE CONFEDERATES: PILLAGING AT THE HAGERSTOWN DEPOT (Maryland)THE CONFEDERATES: RETREATING WITH THEIR PLUNDER ACROSS THE POTOMAC RIVER THE CONFEDERATES: DESTROYING THE CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO CANAL

GENERAL GRANTS CAMPAIGN: CAPTAIN ASHBY'S NEW YORK BATTERY IN THE TRENCHES BEFORE PETERSBURG (Virginia)GENERAL GRANTS CAMPAIGN: SHELLING THE ENEMY FROM THE COHORNS

GENERAL GRANT'S CAMPAIGN - DESTRUCTION OF LEE'S COMMUNICATIONS BY GENERAL WILSON (cavalry expedition that destroyed 60 miles of railroad; Wilson lost about 1,000 men)

GENERAL SHERMAN'S ATTACK ON THE ENEMY'S CENTRE, NEAR MARIETTA, GEORGIA (unsuccessful)

GENERAL SHERMAN'S ADVANCE: VIEW OF THE KENESAW MOUNTAIN, FROM LITTLE KENESAW GENERAL SHERMAN'S ADVANCE: LITTLE KENESAW JULY 3, 1864 GENERAL SHERMAN'S ADVANCE: VIEW OF THE PUBLIC SQUARE, MARIETTA. GEORGIA

GENERAL SHERMAN'S ADVANCE: GALLANT ACTION OF COLONEL WALCOT'S BRIGADE JUNE 15, 1864(against Marietta)GENERAL SHERMAN'S ADVANCE: VIEW OF ATLANTA FROM THE (US.) SIGNAL STATION

GENERAL GRANT'S. CAMPAIGN - IN THE TRENCHES AT PETERSBURG (Virginia) (various scenes)

GENERAL GRANT'S CAMPAIGN - RETURN OF KAUTZ'S CAVALRY EXPEDITION FROM ITS RAID IN VIRGINIA (part of General Wilson's cavalry)

GENERAL GRANTS CAMPAIGN - VIEW OF PETERSBURG(Virginia) FROM CAPTAIN DAVIS' BATTERY, FIRST CONNECTICUT ARTILLERY

GENERAL SHERMAN'S. ADVANCE - HOWARD'S FOURTEENTH CORPS CROSSING THE CHATTAHOOCHEE, JULY 12, 1864

GENERAL SHERMAN'S ADVANCE - VIEW OF THE MILITARY COLLEGE NEAR MARIETTA, GEORGIA

GENERAL GRANT'S CAMPAIGN - CAPTURE OF FOUR TWENTY-POUND PARROT GUNS BY MILES' BRIGADE, BARLOW'S DIVISION, JULY 27, 1864 (under Hancock's Corps which just crossed the James at Jones' Neck)

GENERAL GRANTS CAMPAIGN - THE EXPLOSION OF THE MINE AND ASSAULT ON CEMETERY HILL, BEFORE PETERSBURG, JULY 30, 1864

GENERAL GRANT'S CAMPAIGN - THE CHARGE ON CEMETERY RIDGE, AFTER THE (Petersburg) MINE EXPLOSION

GENERAL SHERMAN'S CAMPAIGN - BATTLE OF EZRA'S CHURCH (General Woods' division) JULY 28, 1864 (before Atlanta)

GENERAL SHERMAN'S CAMPAIGN - SHERMAN'S HEADQUARTERS, NEAR DECATUR (Georgia) JULY 19, 1864

(FRONT COVER) GENERAL SHERMAN'S CAMPAIGN - COUNCIL OF WAR HELD AT GENERAL WOODS' HEADQUARTERS "GENTLEMEN, I INTEND TO PLACE THE ARMY SOUTHWEST OF ATLANTA" - General Sherman

(C.S.A. General) FORREST'S RAID INTO MEMPHIS - THE CONFEDERATES AT THE GAYOSO HOUSE

(General) FORREST'S. RAID INTO MEMPHIS - ESCAPE OF GENERAL WASHBURNE

(General) FORREST'S RAID INTO MEMPHIS - CONFEDERATE ATTACK ON THE IRVING PRISON

(FRONT COVER) HARRY DAVIS (Private U.S.A.) CAPTURING THE BATTLE FLAG OF THE THIRTIETH LOUISIANA REGIMENT, AT THE BATTLE OF EZRA CHURCH

GENERAL GRANT'S CAMPAIGN - FORT HELL, ON GENERAL WARREN'S FORMER LINE (near Weldon Railroad)

GENERAL GRANTS CAMPAIGN - IN THE TRENCHES BEFORE PETERSBURG (Virginia)

FORT MORGAN JUST AFTER THE SURRENDER, AUGUST 23, 1864

(FRONT COVER) GENERAL WARREN EXTENDING AND FORTIFYING HIS LINES ACROSS THE WELDON RAILROAD (on General Grant's extreme left)

GENERAL SHERMAN'S VICTORY - CONFEDERATE PRISONERS BEING CONDUCTED TO ATLANTA FROM JONESBOROUGH (among the prisoners Brigadier General Govan, CSA.)

GENERAL SHERMAN'S. ARMY DESTROYING THE MACON RAILROAD BETWEEN (the town's) ROUGH AND READY AND JONESBOROUGH

DESTRUCTION OF (railroad) CARS. BY GENERAL HOOD(C.S.A.) PREVIOUS TO THE EVACUATION OF ATLANTA -SEPTEMBER 1, 1864

THE (Union) CAVALRY CHARGE AT WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA, SEPTEMBER 19, 1864 (Generals Sheridan vs. Early; Custer engaged with cavalry)

THE GREAT CATTLE RAID AT HARRISON'S LANDING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1864 (General Hampton, C.S.A., and his cavalry captured about 2,500 head of cattle; Union chase failed)

MIDNIGHT BEFORE PETERSBURG (showing both armies engaged in artillery battle)

CHARGE OF FEDERAL TROOPS ON THE CONFEDERATE WORKS AT JONESBOROUGH (Georgia) (Union General Jeff Davis engaged against C.S.A. General Hardee)

(C.S.A. General) EARLY FALLING BACK UPON WINCHESTER, SEPTEMBER 19, 1864

THE SIXTH CORPS (commanded by General Wright who succeeded Sedgwick) IN ACTION ON THE OPEQUAN (near Winchester)SEPTEMBER 19, 1864

CONFEDERATES MOVING SOUTH FROM ATLANTA

VIEW OF STAT RAILROAD DEPOT AT ATLANTA, GEORGIA

SALLY PORT AT FORT MORGAN, MOBILE POINT, AFTER ITS SURRENDER, AUGUST 28, 1864

GRANT'S CAMPAIGN - THE BATTLE AT CHAPIN'S FARM, SEPTEMBER 29, 1864

THE CONFEDERATE ASSAULT AND ATTEMPT TO RECAPTURE FORT HARRISON, SEPTEMBER 30, 1864

GRANTS CAMPAIGN - CHARGE OF THE FIFTH CORPS ON THE CONFEDERATE REDOUT AT PEEBLES'S FARM, SEPTEMBER 30, 1864

SHERIDAN'S ARMY ON THE MARCH UP THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY (north to south)

GRANTS CAMPAIGN - COLONEL WELCH LEAPING INTO THE CONFEDERATE WORKS, SEPTEMBER 30, 1864

GRANT'S CAMPAIGN - ARRIVAL OF RECRUITS. DURING THE FIGHT AT PEEBLES' FARM (giving the Union Army a moral lift)

GENERAL GRANGER'S ARMY IN THE REAR OF FORT MORGAN

HEADQUARTERS, ARMY OF THE JAMES (under General Butler)- CONFEDERATE PRISONERS AND DESERTERS AT THE GUARD HOUSE

THE BATTLE OF DARBYFOWN ROAD, OCTOBER 7, 1864 (Genera! Butler's extreme right attacked Confederates led by Hoke, Gary and Field)

NIGHT AFTER THE BATTLE (showing the dead and wounded)

GENERAL BUTLER'S CANAL AT THE GAP (before Petersburg)

VIEW OF UNITED STATES MILITARY RAILROAD BEFORE PETERSBURG

THE LATE RESIDENCE OF THE CONFEDERATE COLONEL PEGRAM, WITH FEDERAL FORCE ADJACENT, ON GENERAL MEADE'S LEFT

BOMB-PROOF RIFLE PIT IN FRONT OF PETERSBURG

VALLEY OF THE SHENANDOAH - GENERAL SHERIDAN'S WAGON TRAINS AT EARLY MORNING

ARMY OF THE JAMES - GENERAL BUTLER'S HEADQUARTERS

ARMY OF THE JAMES - SIGNALING BY TORCHES ACROSS JAMES RIVER FROM GENERAL BUTLER'S HEADQUARTERS

GENERAL TERRY'S CORPS ENGAGING THE CONFEDERATE WORKS ON THE DARBY TOWN ROAD, OCTOBER 27, 1864

GENERAL BUTLER AND STAFF WATCHING THE BATTLE FROM JOHNSON HOUSE, OCTOBER 27, 1864

CAPTURE OF CONFEDERATE FORT IN FRONT OF PETERSBURG BY THE ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-EIGHTH PENNSYLVANIA, OCTOBER 27, 1864

BATTERY GOING INTO POSITION (Union)

ARMSTRONG'S MILL AND CONFEDERATE WORKS ON HATCHER'S RUN, CAPTURED BY THE SECOND CORPS, OCTOBER 27, 1864

GENERAL CRAWFORD CONDUCTING CONFEDERATE PRISONERS TO HIS REAR, OCTOBER 27, 1864

GENERAL HOOD'S ATTACK (C.S.A.) ON ALLATOONA (Georgia), OCTOBER 5, 1864 (Genera! French, C.S.A., leading the attack; Allatoona defended by U.S. General John Corse)

BEFORE PETERSBURG: FORTIFICATIONS ON THE WELDON RAILROAD

BEFORE PETERSBURG: A VIEW OF THE WELDON RAILROAD

BEFORE PETERSBURG: REINFORCEMENTS GOING TO THE FRONT

BEFORE PETERSBURG: "MOUNTED INFANTRY"

VIEW IN (Union occupied) ATLANTA, GEORGIA

THANK GOD - RECEPTION OF UNION EXCHANGED PRISONERS ON BOARD THE "ELIZA HANCOCK"(prisoners from Andersonville exchanged November 18, under general exchange agreement between Generals Lee and Grant)

GENERAL SHERMAN'S GRAND MARCH THROUGH CENTRAL GEORGIA

THE BATTLEFIELD - AT THE FRONT

THE BATTLEFIELD - AT THE REAR

THE ATTACK ON FORT BATEMAN AT THE CAPTURE OF PLYMOUTH, NORTH CAROLINA, OCTOBER 31, 1864

THE CAPTURE OF PLYMOUTH, NORTH CAROLINA, OCTOBER 31, 1864

VIEW OF THE STATIONS ON GRANT'S MILITARY RAILROAD, FROM CITY POINT (Virginia) TO HIS EXTREME LEFT (extreme left is Patrick's southwest of Petersburg)

GUERILLA DEPREDATIONS - SEIZING HORSES

GUERILLA DEPREDATIONS. - "YOUR MONEY OR YOUR LIFE"

GENERAL WARREN'S RAID - THE FIFTH CORPS TEARING UP THE WELDON RAILROAD NORTH OF JARRET'S STATION, DECEMBER 8, 1864 (General Lee's main supply line)

GENERAL WARREN'S RAID - DESTRUCTION OF THE WELDON RAILROAD NORTH OF JARRET'S - BURNING OF TIES AND RAILS

GENERAL WARREN'S RAID - DESTRUCTION OF WATER TANKS AT JARRET'S STATION

GENERAL WARREN'S RAID - SOLDIERS MAKING A GREEK CROSS (the Fifth Corps badge) OUT OF THE HEATED RAILS OF THE WELDON RAILROAD (soldiers heated the rails and then bent them around a tree to permanently destroy their use)

ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND - NASHVILLE AND 175 FORTIFICATIONS (C.S.A. Genera! Hood defending General Thomas, U.S.A., commanding the Union)

DIFFERENT SYSTEMS OF SAILING IN THE AIR

BURSTING OF A (cannon) SHELL IN THE STREETS OF CHARLESTON, S.C.

COLORED TROOPS, UNDER GENERAL WILD, LIBERATING SLAVES IN NORTH CAROLINA (in Camden County, N.C.)

RETURN OF VETERAN (U.S.) VOLUNTEERS ON FURLOUGH

PARIS FASHIONS FOR JANUARY 1864

EMANCIPATED SLAVES, WHITE AND COLORED (from New Orleans)

THE NEW ENGLISH SIX-HUNDRED POUNDER ARMSTRONG GUN (weighing 221/2 tons firing a 600-pound ball is probably too heavy for ships but will be used for harbour defense)

OUR (U.S..) YOUNGEST SOLDIER - SERGEANT JOHN CLEM (12 years old with the Twenty-Second Michigan Volunteer infantry)

ACCIDENT ON THE PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD(showing railroad cars tumbling off bridge on fire)

HEADQUARTERS. OF THE UNITED STATES SANITARY COMMISSION AT GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA

LRATAHA - CHIEF OF THE MOJAVES

ANTONIO AZUL - CHIEF OF THE PIMOS(most powerful Indian Chiefs west of the Rio Grande)

THIRD CORPS BADGE (U.S.) (a military social ball)

ST. VALENTINES DAY 1864

COLT'S ARMORY AFTER THE FIRE

(U.S.) HOSPITAL TRAIN FROM CHATTANOOGA TO NASHVILLE

THE INTERIOR OF A HOSPITAL CAR

"PICTURES FROM THE LIFE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON"(with significant dates of events of his life)

BRIDGE ACROSS THE HOLSTON (River), AT KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE (showing pontoon bridge built by U.S.A.)

FACSIMILE OF A PHOTOGRAPH OF THE MOON, TAKEN BY DR. HENRY DRAPER'S TELESCOPE (looks like a very modern photograph but taken in 1864)

THE TWENTIETH UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS RECEIVING THEIR COLORS ON UNION SQUARE (New York City) MARCH 6, 1864 (under Colonel Bertram)

VIEW OF MOBILE ALABAMA

VIEW OF FORT MORGAN

NEGROES LEAVING THEIR HOME

GRAND HALL OF THE (Great Metropolitan) FAIR BUILDING ON FOURTEENTH STREET

WAR DANCE- INDIAN DEPARTMENT

DEPARTMENT OF ARMS. AND TROPHIES - MEXICAN FLAGS CAPTURED AT MAZATLAN, MEXICO

SWORD SURRENDERED BY GENERAL BURGOYNE (British)TO GENERAL GATES (U.S.A.) (in the Revolutionary War at Saratoga)

DEPARTMENT OF ARMS AND TROPHIES - FLAGS OF NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS

(U.S..) ARMY AND NAVY PRESENTATION SWORDS.

MAXIMILLIAN AND WIFE (Archduke of Austria and Emperor of Mexico, courtesy of Louis Napoleon)

RINGGOLD, GEORGIA (view from the outskirts; currently where the U.S.. Army of the Cumberland is located)

NEGROES ESCAPING OUT OF SLAVERY

STOCK GAMBLING AT "GALLAGHERS" EVENING EXCHANGE(after hours stock trading; just recently reinstituted by the New York Stock Exchange)

"REBEL ATROCITIES" (various scenes of "alleged" atrocities; one scene shows C.S.A. General Forest shooting unarmed civilian)

ADAIRSVILLE, GEORGIA

KINGSTON, GEORGIA

WOODLANDS., GEORGIA

THE ESCAPED SLAVE

THE ESCAPED SLAVE IN THE UNION ARMY

(BRADY) EXECUTION OF THE NEGRO WILLIAM JOHNSON, AT PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA (done at the outer breastworks by the Union in full view of the Confederates; his crime was committing an outrage on a white woman)

THE CHRISTIAN COMMISSION IN THE FIELD

QUARTERS OF THE UNION OFFICERS EXPOSED TO THE FEDERAL FIRE IN CHARLESTON (scene illustrates a totally destroyed Charleston)

"COMPROMISE WITH THE SOUTH DEDICATED TO THE CHICAGO (Democratic) CONVENTION" (by Thomas Nast)

VIEW OF THE TENT IN WHICH THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION IS TO BE HELD, AT CHICAGO, AUGUST 29,1864

WHITEHALL STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA (Union controlled)

WHITEHALL STREET (looking eastward), ATLANTA, GEORGIA (Union controlled)

HEADQUARTERS (Union), ARMY OF THE JAMES, PENNSYLVANIA SOLDIERS. VOTING

THE FORLORN HOPE - THE SHIP SUCCESSION IN THE BREAKERS, THE CHICAGO WRECKERS RUSHING TO THE RESCUE (a realistic naval scene political cartoon)

UNION REFUGEES COMING INTO THE FEDERAL LINE (around Atlanta)

ADAMS EXPRESS OFFICE AT CITY POINT, VIRGINIA ON PAYDAY

VALLEY OF THE SHENANDOAH - PAYING SHERIDAN'S TROOPS AT NIGHT IN SUTLER'S TENT

RODMAN 20-INCH GUN, TESTED AT FORT HAMILTON, OCTOBER 26, 1864 (huge secured cannon)

THE GREAT TUNNEL UNDER PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA(this greatly shortens the Richmond route from New York City to Cincinnati)

"THANKSGIVING DAY IN THE ARMY - AFTER DINNER; THE WISHBONE" (by Winslow Homer)

MONUMENT ERECTED BY CITIZENS AND SOLDIERS. ON THE STONE RIVER BATTLE-GROUND (the Battle of Murfreesborough)

"THE EFFECT OF THE REBELLION ON THE HOMES OF VIRGINIA" (possibly? by Thomas Nast)

ELECTRO-BALLISTIC APPARATUS FOR MEASURING THE SPEED OF CANNON BALLS

"HALT OF (U.S.) WAGON TRAIN"

"ANYTHING FOR ME IF YOU PLEASE" - POST OFFICE OF BROOKLYN FAIR IN AID OF THE SANITARY COMMISSION

(FRONT COVER) "FLORAL DEPARTMENT OF THE GREAT FAIR" (N.Y.C.)

"ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - SLEEPING ON THEIR ARMS"

"THANKSGIVING DAY IN THE ARMY: THE WISHBONE"

GENERAL WILLIAM W. AVERILL (U.S.A.)

THE LATE MOST REVEREND JOHN HUGHES, D.D., ARCHBISHOP OF NEW YORK

MAJOR GENERAL HERON (U.S.A.) (from the left wing of Grant's Army at Vicksburg)

(FRONT COVER) BRIGADIER GENERAL GEORGE A. CUSTER (U.S.A.)(currently commanding a cavalry division under General Buford)

BRIGADIER GENERAL JUDSON KILPATRICK (server from beginning of war in Army of Potomac - engaged in most major campaigns as cavalry officer)

(FRONT COVER) THE LATE COLONEL ULRIC DAHLGREEN (U.S.A.)(killed at Richmond, Virginia, at the Raid of Kilpatrick)

(FRONT COVER) GENERAL WILLIAM F. SMITH (recently nominated to Major General to take the place of General Grant)

(FRONT COVER) BRIGADIER GENERAL HENRY E. DAVIES (U.S.A.)(commanded the cavalry on the late raid on Richmond, Virginia, under General Kilpatrick)

MAJOR GENERAL JOHN A. DIX, PRESIDENT OF THE METROPOLITAN FAIR (N.Y.C.)

REV. HENRY W. BELLOWS, D.D., PRESIDENT UNITED STATES SANITARY COMMISSION

BRIGADIER GENERAL DAVID M. GREGG (U.S.A.)(currently commanding the Second Division of the Cavalry Corps -Army of the Potomac)

GENERAL THOMAS E. GREENFIELD RANSOM (seriously wounded at the Battle at Sabine Crossroads, April 8)

THE LATE MAJOR GENERAL JOHN SEDGEWICK (corps commander under General Meade died May 8 while adjusting a piece of artillery)

(FRONT COVER) GENERAL GOUVERENUER K. WARREN (U.S.A.) (his corps was first to be attacked in the Battle of the Wilderness)

(FRONT COVER) GOVERNOR ANDREW JOHNSON OF TENNESSEE

EXECUTION OF THE NEGRO WILLIAM JOHNSON, AT PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA (done at the outer breastworks by the Union in full view of the Confederates; his crime was committing an outrage on a white woman)

LIEUTENANT GENERAL GRANT AT HIS HEADQUARTERS (full portrait in full military dress)

GENERAL MEADE AND HIS STAFF (near Petersburg)

GENERAL BURNSIDE AND HIS STAFF (near Petersburg)

ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - GENERAL HANCOCK AND STAFF

ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - GENERAL WARREN AND STAFF

CLEMENT L. VALLANDIGHAN

HON. FERNANDO WOOD(both men were leaders of the Union Peace Party)

(FRONT COVER) THE MOST REVEREND JOHN M'CLOSKY, D.D., ARCHBISHOP OF NEW YORK

MAJOR GENERAL WRIGHT AND STAFF (commanding the First Division, Sixth Corps under General Sedgwick, Army of the Potomac)

REAR ADMIRAL DAVID G. FARRAGUT U.S.N.

HON. GEORGE H. PENDLETON(Democratic Vice President candidate)

GENERAL JEFFERSON C. DAVIS (U.S.A.) (in command of the Fourteenth Corps under Sherman)

PRIVATE MILES O'REILLY (currently serving in the iron Brigade)

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL PHILIP H. SHERIDAN (appointed by General Grant to command the Middle Military Division of the Army; currently engaged in the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia, against C.S.A. General Early)

MAJOR GENERAL DAVID B. BIRNEY (commanding the Tenth Corps of Butler's Army; recently engaged north of the James River)

THE LATE CHIEF JUSTICE ROGER B. TANNY (from Calvert County, Maryland, and presided over the Dred Scott Decision)

(FRONT COVER) CAPTAIN NAPOLEON COLLINS (Captain of the U.S.S. Wachuseit which captured the C.S.S. Florida in the Bay of San Salvador, Brazil, October 7, 1864

MAJOR GENERAL GERSHOM MOTT (commanding a division in the Second Corps and has seen action in all the major battles in Virginia beginning with Second Manassas and including Gettysburg)

W. W. WOOD, CHIEF ENGINEER, UNITED STATES NAVY

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL GEORGE H. THOMAS (recently replaced General Sherman) .

MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM TECUMSEH SHERMAN (two-page layout showing the General astride his horse both in full military uniform)

ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - GENERAL HANCOCK AND STAFF

ARMY OF THE POTOMAC - GENERAL WARREN AND STAFF

CLEMENT L VALLANDIGHAN

HON. FERNANDO WOOD(both men were leaders of the Union Peace Party)

(FRONT COVER) THE MOST REVEREND JOHN M'CLOSKY, D.D., ARCHBISHOP OF NEW YORK

MAJOR GENERAL WRIGHT AND STAFF (commanding the First Division, Sixth Corps under General Sedgwick, Army of the Potomac)

REAR ADMIRAL DAVID G. FARRAGUT U.S.N.

HON. GEORGE H. PENDLETON(Democratic Vice President candidate)

GENERAL JEFFERSON C. DAVIS. (U.S.A.) (in command of the Fourteenth Corps under Sherman)

PRIVATE MILES O'REILLY (currently serving in the Iron Brigade)

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL PHILIP H. SHERIDAN (appointed by General Grant to command the Middle Military Division of the Army; currently engaged in the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia, against C.S.A. General Early)

MAJOR GENERAL DAVID B. BIRNEY (commanding the Tenth Corps of Butler's Army; recently engaged north of the James River)

THE LATE CHIEF JUSTICE ROGER B. TANNY (from Calvert County, Maryland, and presided over the Dred Scott Decision)

(FRONT COVER) CAPTAIN NAPOLEON COLLINS (Captain of the U.S.S.. Wac/zusett which captured the C.S.S. Florida in the Bay of San Salvador, Brazil, October 7, 1864

MAJOR GENERAL GERSHOM MOTT (commanding a division in the Second Corps and has seen action in all the major battles in Virginia beginning with Second Manassas and including Gettysburg)

W. W. WOOD, CHIEF ENGINEER, UNITED STATES NAVY

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL GEORGE H. THOMAS (recently replaced General Sherman)

MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM TECUMSEH SHERMAN (two-page layout showing the General astride his horse both in full military uniform)

"NEW YEARS DAY"

"CENTRAL PARK (N.Y.) - WINTER"

(FRONT COVER) "THANKS TO GRANT"

"GENERAL SHERMAN'S REAR GUARD"

"THE FIRST APRIL 1864"

"UNITED STATES SANITARY COMMISSION"

"THE PRESS ON THE FIELD"

"THE CAMPAIGN IN VIRGINIA - ON TO RICHMOND"

"THE FOURTH OF JULY - OUR FLAG"

"CENTRAL PARK"

"THE BLESSINGS OF VICTORY" ."THE HALT"

 

"THE CHICAGO PLATFORM" (the Democratic Party)

"HOW THE COPPERHEADS GAIN THEIR VOTE"(Copperhead is a northern Confederate sympathizer)

"ELECTION DAY - NOVEMBER 8, 1864"

"THANKSGIVING DAY - NOVEMBER 24, 1864"

"THE UNION CHRISTMAS DINNER"

THE CONFEDERATE COLONEL JOHN S. MOSBY

ALEXANDER H. STEPHENS OF GEORGIA

R. M. T. HUNTER OF VIRGINIA (these two men plus John A. Campbell of Alabama were appointed commissioners by the Confederate Government to informally investigate peace terms; General Grant's flagship took them from City Point, Virginia, to Fortress Monroe

GENERAL JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, CONFEDERATE SECRETARY OF WAR (just appointed; in 1856 he was elected US. Vice President -- has been engaged in Kentucky, Baton Rouge, East Tennessee and Virginia)

THE CONFEDERATE GENERAL N. B. FORREST("The great cavalry leader of the Confederates in the West . . . and the most daring of the Confederate raids have been accomplished by his command... ." -Harper's Weekly)

"THE SURRENDER OF GENERAL LEE AND HIS ARMY TO LIEUT. GRANT (by Thomas Nast) (on Palm Sunday)

EDMUND RUFFIN (father of secessions in Virginia and fired the first gun on Fort Sumter; committed suicide June 13, 1865)

JEFF DAVIS BIDDING FAREWELL TO HIS ESCORT TWO DAYS BEFORE HIS CAPTURE (at the Square of Washington, Georgia)

WADE HAMPTON, GOVERNOR ELECT OF SOUTH CAROLINA(former Confederate General under JEB Stuart; election overruled and Union appointed Provisional Governor put in place)

VIEW OF WADE HAMPTON'S RESIDENCE, COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA

REVIEW OF KILPATRICK'S CAVALRY DIVISION BY GENERAL SHERMAN, AT MARIETTA, GEORGIA, NOVEMBER 13, 1864

MAJOR GENERAL SHERMAN AND STAFF BEFORE SAVANNAH

GENERAL S. G. BURBRIDGE (fighting in Southwestern Virginia)

REAR ADMIRAL DAVID D. PORTER (commanding the Wilmington Expedition)

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) HON. WILLIAM DENNISON, POSTMASTER GENERAL (replaces Montgomery Blair of Maryland)

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) GENERAL H. W. SLOCUM (commanded left wing of Sherman's Army through Georgia)

NEW YEAR'S DAY IN SAVANNAH - GENERAL SHERMAN'S RECEPTION AT MR. GREEN'S

CHRISTMAS DAY IN SAVANNAH - GENERAL SHERMAN'S CHRISTMAS DINNER AT MR. GREEN'S

THE LATE EDWARD EVERETT (former Senator, Secretary of State, President of Harvard Law School; in retirement he started raising funds for the eventual purchase of Mount Vernon)

(FRONT COVER) GENERAL ALFRED H. TERRY (commanding the military division of the expedition against Fort Fisher)

(BRADY) THE LATE LIEUTENANT SAMUEL W. PRESTON(killed in attack on Fort Fisher while acting as Flag Lieutenant for fleet of Admiral Porter)

(BRADY) THE LATE LIEUTENANT BENJAMIN H. PORTER(killed in attack on Fort Fisher; at one time commanded the U.S.S. Malvern

(BRADY) BRIGADIER GENERAL ALBERT AMES (commanding the Third Division of the Twenty-Fourth Corps engaged at Fort Fisher)

GENERAL KENNER GARRARD (recently participated in Battle of Nashville under General Thomas; in Mexican War, in Second U.S. Cavalry, he served with Albert S. Johnson, R. E. Lee, Hardee, Generals Thomas, Stoneman, Field, Hood, Fitzhugh Lee and other current

GENERAL G. D. WAGNER (a hero of the Battle of Franklin fought November 30, 1854)

BREVET MAJOR GENERAL HAZEN (hero of Fort M'Allister)

JOHN H. ROCK, COLORED COUNSELOR (on February 2, he was first Black admitted to practice before the Supreme Court on the motion of the Honourable Charles Sumner)

(BRADY) HON. DANIEL S. DICKINSON (current U.S. Attorney General)

(FRONT COVER) HON. HUGH M'CULLOUGH, SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY_(succeeded William Pitt Fessenden)

(BRADY) HON. JAMES HARLIN, SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR

GENERAL SHERMAN RECEIVING "THE MARCH TO THE SEA" (orders)

COLONEL 0. M. POE (has been Chief Engineer on General Sherman's staff since spring of 1864)

BRIGADIER GENERAL H. A. BARNUM (as Colonel of the One Hundred Forty-Ninth, he was the first to discover the Confederates leaving Savannah and entered the city to accept the surrender for which General Sherman brevetted him to Brigadier General)

(FRONT COVER) MAJOR GENERAL EDWARD R. S. CANBY (in command of the Union Gulf Department)

(FRONT COVER) GENERAL SHERIDAN AT THE BATTLE OF FIVE FORKS, APRIL 1, 1865 (outside of Petersburg, Virginia, showing General Sheridan leaving on horseback)

SECRETARY SEWARD'S ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION, APRIL 14, 1865

"THE SURRENDER OF GENERAL LEE AND HIS ARMY TO LIEUTENANT GENERAL GRANT" (by Thomas Nast)(on Palm Sunday)

BREVET MAJOR JAMES H. WILSON

BIRTHPLACE OF PRESIDENT ANDREW JOHNSON, RALEIGH, N.C.

(FRONT COVER) HON. WILLIAM H. SEWARD, SECRETARY OF STATE

MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM H. SHERMAN

(FRONT COVER) LIEUTENANT GENERAL GRANT VISITING GENERAL SCOTT AT COZZEN'S HOTEL, WEST POINT, JUNE 8, 1865

(General) SHERIDAN AND HIS GENERALS (showing Generals Merritt, Crook, Forsyth, Custer)

"OUR ARMS VICTORIOUS" (by Thomas Nast) (showing General Grant and other scenes)

WILLIAM W. HOLDEN, GOVERNOR OF NORTH CAROLINA(appointed by President Johnson as Provisional Governor)

(BRADY) (General) SHERMAN AND HIS GENERALS (showing Generals Howard, Kilpatrick, Logan, Hazen, Jeff C. Davis, Slocum, Blair, Mower)

LUTHER C. LADD

ADDISON 0. WHITNEY(first two Union soldiers to die in riots in Baltimore in 1861)

DEDICATION OF THE MONUMENT IN MEMORY OF LADD AND WHITNEY, LOWELL, MASSACHUSETTS, JUNE 17,1865

LIEUTENANT GENERAL GRANT AND STAFF (showing Leet, Brehman, Morgan, Porter, Ingalls, Babcock, Williams, Rawlins, Bowers, Webster, Comstock, Parker, Badeau)

MAJOR GENERAL P. J. OSTERHAUS (recently appointed to the command of the Mississippi Department)

ADMIRAL LOUIS M. GOLDSBOROUGH (just sailed on his flagship the U.S.S. Colorado to take command of the European Squadron)

MAJOR GENERAL OLIVER C. HOWARD

(BRADY) MAJOR GENERAL CHARLES GRIFFIN (who superseded command of the Fifth Corps under General Warren at Five Forks)

CLARENCE A. SEWARD (son of Benjamin Seward; now Acting Assistant Secretary of State)

(BRADY) REAR ADMIRAL HENRY H. BELL (assuming command of U.S. Naval Forces in East Indies)

(BRADY) REAR ADMIRAL FRANCIS H. GREGORY

MONUMENT TO (Major) GENERAL JOHN BUFORD AT WESTPOINT (celebrated cavalry leader of Army of Potomac who died December 16, 1863)

LIEUTENANT GENERAL GRANTS RECEPTION AT GALENA, ILLINOIS, AUGUST 18, 1865 (hometown)

HOUSE PRESENTED TO GENERAL GRANT BY THE CITIZENS OF GALENA, ILLINOIS

(BRADY) MAJOR GENERAL JOHN G. PARK (military commander of Richmond)

MAJOR GENERAL ROBERT B. POTTER (his division carried the successful assault against the center of the Confederate lines at Petersburg last April)

GOVERNOR WILLIAM L SHARKEY, OF MISSISSIPPI (Union Provisional Governor)

HON. J. S. YEAGER, OF MISSISSIPPI (President of the Mississippi Convention - the first of the state conventions in the south)

(BRADY) GENERAL H. W. SLOCUM (Democratic candidate for Secretary of State in New York)

GENERAL FRANCIS C. BARLOW (Union candidate for Secretary of State in New York)

THE LATE BRIGADIER GENERAL ALEXANDER SCHIMMELPFENNIG (saw action in West Virginia, Second Manassas, Gettysburg, and Charleston, S.C.)

(BRADY) MAJOR GENERAL FRANCIS BARLOW

GOVERNOR JAMES M. WELLS, OF LOUISIANA

(FRONT COVER) GRAND RECEPTION OF LIEUTENANT GENERAL GRANT AT THE FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL, NEW YORK CITY, NOV. 20,1865 (also showing Mrs. Grant and children)

LIEUTENANT GENERAL ULYSSES S. GRANT

BENJAMIN F. PERRY, PROVISIONAL GOVERNOR OF SOUTH CAROLINA

MACUS L. WARD, GOVERNOR-ELECT OF NEW JERSEY

(FRONT COVER) PRESIDENT LINCOLN TAKING THE OATH AT HIS SECOND INAUGURATION, MARCH 4,1865

THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESENT LINCOLN AT FORD'S THEATRE ON THE NIGHT OF APRIL 14,1865

THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN AT FORD'S THEATRE - AFTER THE ACT

(FRONT COVER)(BRADY) PRESIDENT LINCOLN AT HOME (with son)

SCENE AT THE DEATH BED OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN (shows Sec. Welles, Stanton, Dennison, Charles Sumner, General Halleck, Hay, Gen. Melga)

PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S FUNERAL PROCESSION IN WASHINGTON CITY (April 19)

PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S FUNERAL SERVICE AT THE WHITE HOUSE, APRIL 19,1865

PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S FUNERAL - THE CATAFALOUE USED IN THE PROCESSION IN NEW YORK CITY

PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S FUNERAL - CITIZENS VIEWING THE BODY AT THE CITY HALL, NEW YORK

PLANNING THE CAPTURE OF BOOTH AND HAROLD - LT. BAKER, COL BAKER, COL. CONGER

(BRADY) SERGEANT BOSTON CORBETT (shot Booth in the neck)

BOOTH'S CAPTURE - THE ASSASSIN BROUGHT TO BAY (April 26)

POST-MORTEM EXAMINATION OF BOOTH'S BODY ON BOARD THE MONITOR MONTAUK .

(BRADY) PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S FUNERAL - PROCESSION IN NEW YORK CITY

PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S FUNERAL - REMOVAL OF THE BODY FROM CITY HALL TO THE FUNERAL CAR, NEW YORK, APRIL 25, 1865

(FRONT COVER) RUINS OF GARRETT'S BARN AND OUTHOUSES, NEAR PORT ROYAL, WHERE BOOTH WAS SHOT

(FRONT COVER) GARRETT'S HOUSE WHERE BOOTH DIED

(FRONT COVER) HAROLD'S HOUSE NEAR THE WASHINGTON NAVY YARD

PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S FUNERAL - BUILDING ERECTED FOR THE RECEPTION OF HIS REMAINS AT CLEVELAND, OHIO

PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S FUNERAL - THE CATAFALQUE AT THE CITY HALL, CHICAGO

PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S FUNERAL - RECEPTION OF THE REMAINS AT CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S FORMER HOME AT SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS

PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S FUNERAL - MEMORIAL ARCH ERECTED AT SING SING, APRIL 12,1865

PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S FUNERAL PROCESSION IN CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S FUNERAL - CATAFALOUE IN THE CITY HALL, SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS

PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S FUNERAL - BURIAL SERVICE AT OAK RIDGE, SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS

TRIAL OF THE CONSPIRATORS - PENCIL SKETCHES FROM OUR ARTIST SKETCH BOOK (Lincoln's assassination -21 men in all)

PENITENTIARY BUILDING AT WASHINGTON IN WHICH THE CONSPIRATORS ARE CONFINED AND UNDERGOING TRIAL

THE COURTROOM AT THE OLD PENITENTIARY, WASHINGTON, DURING THE TRIAL OF THE CONSPIRATORS

'ABRAHAM LINCOLN - OUR MARTYRED PRESIDENT" (by Thomas Nast)

FACSIMILE OF BOOTH'S HANDWRITING AS FOUND ON A PANE OF GLASS IN ROOM 22 OF THE M'HENRY HOUSE, MEADVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA

THE MILITARY COMMISSION ENGAGED IN THE TRIAL OF THE CONSPIRATORS AT WASHINGTON (Lincoln's assassination - showing U.S. officers aendenin, Harris, Tomkins, Howe, Wallace, Erin, Hunter, Foster, Kautz, Bingham, Burnett, Halt)

THE CONSPIRATORS (showing Lewis Payne, J. W. Atzerott, Samuel Arnold, Michael O'Laughlin, David C. Harold, Edward Spangler)

EXTERIOR VIEW OF THE CELLS IN WHICH THE CONSPIRATORS ARE CONFINED IN THE OLD PENITENTIARY AT WASHINGTON

EXECUTION OF THE CONSPIRATORS AT WASHINGTON, JULY 7, 1865 (Mrs. Surratt, Payne, Harold, Atzerott)

(Several scenes of the execution)

THE LATE RESIDENCE OF MRS. SURRATT, 541 EIGHTH STREET, WASHINGTON

FORT JEFFERSON, ON THE TORTUGAS, THE CONFINEMENT OF THE ASSASSINS (Lincoln sentenced to die)

MAP OF WILMINGTON HARBOR, N.C.

THE PRINCIPAL PART OF THE CITY OF SAVANNAH, GEORGIA

MAP OF WILMINGTON AND ITS DEFENSES

MAP SHOWING RICHMOND, SULPHUR SPRINGS NORTH TO CHARLESTON SOUTH/COLUMBIA, S.C., SULPHUR SPRINGS WEST TO ATLANTIC OCEAN EAST (includes a table of distances from many cities to other cities; this map is the seat of war)

MAP ILLUSTRATING GENERAL SHERIDAN'S CAMPAIGN WEST OF RICHMOND

MAP OF THE CAMPAIGN AGAINST RICHMOND (Richmond north to Wilmington South/Martinsville west to Hampton east)

THE SCENE OF CONFLICT IN VIRGINIA

PLAN OF THE BOX OCCUPIED BY PRESIDENT LINCOLN AT FORD'S THEATRE, APRIL 14,1865

MAP OF MOBILE AND MOBILE BAY

MAP OF THE WORLD, SHOWING THE TELEGRAPHIC SYSTEMS FOR ENCIRCLING THE ENTIRE GLOBE

CAPTURE OF THE (C.S.S.) RESOLUTE ON THE SAVANNAH RIVER, GEORGIA

REAR ADMIRAL DAVID D. PORTER (commanding the Wilmington Expedition)

BURSTING OF THE 100-POUND TARROT GUN ON BOARD THE UNITED STATES STEAMER JUNLATA

CONFEDERATE TORPEDO FOUND IN THE ROANOKE RIVER

WRECK OF THE (U.S.S.) OTSEGO AND THE EXPLOSION OF THE TUG BAZELLY IN THE ROANOKE RIVER, DECEMBER 10, 1864

THE ELIZA JIANCOX RESCUING THE SOLE SURVIVOR OF THE WRECK OF A LIGHT SHIP OFF CHARLESTON, S.C.

(FRONT COVER) THE OCEAN MONITOR DICTATOR (huge U.S. monitor weighing 3033 tons)

BOMBARDMENT OF THE FORTIFICATIONS ON FEDERAL POINT DURING THE DEBARKATION OF GENERAL BUTLER'S ARMY, DECEMBER 25, 1864 (showing the following U.S. ships: Slienandoan, Juniata, Powhaiaiz, Malvern, - flagships La bash, Susquehanna, Tuscarora, Colorado, Confe

LANDING OF GENERAL BUTLER'S ARMY UNDER COVER OF THE GUNBOATS (Fort Fisher shown, U.S. Fleet shelling Fort Fisher, US. ships shown: Enznia, A. D. Vance, Alabama, Cherokee)

FLEET OF ARMY TRANSPORTS AT THE RENDEZVOUS OFF FEDERAL POINT, NORTH CAROLINA (U.S. ships shown: Highland Light, Western Metropolis, T. A. Scott, Baltic)

THE POWDER SHIP LOUISIANA

THE MONITORS IN THE GALE OF DECEMBER 21, 1864

ADMIRAL PORTER'S FLEET CELEBRATING THE SURRENDER OF FORT FISHER

THE DESTRUCTION OF THE CONFEDERATE RAM SAVANNAH BY THE CONFEDERATES ON THE EVE OF THE FEDERAL OCCUPATION OF SAVANNAH

(FRONT COVER) THE CONFEDERATE IRONCLAD FLEET FORCING THE OBSTRUCTIONS IN JAMES RIVER (fighting through Union shore obstructions to recapture Fort Harrison and City Point)

THE UNITED STATES IRONCLAD BATTERY MORSADNOCK(weighs 1564 tons and capable of crossing ocean)

INCIDENT ON BOARD THE (U.S.S.) OCTORARA, JANUARY 26, 1865 (attacked by a Confederate torpedo boat from Mobile Bay)

THE DOUBLE-ENDER (U.S.S.) PONT/AL DESCENDING THE SAVANNAH RIVER

BOMBARDMENT OF FORT ANDERSON, FEBRUARY 11,1865 (in Charleston Harbour)

(FRONT COVER) ADMIRAL PORTER'S BOATS REMOVING TORPEDOES AND BUOYING THE CHANNEL IN CAPE FEAR RIVER(near Wilmington, N.C.)

THE GREAT EASTERN IN THE MIDWAY RECEIVING THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH CABLE (huge ship receiving new cable to lay across the Atlantic)

LANDING OF GENERAL POTTER'S AND ADMIRAL DAHLGREEN'S TROOPS AT BULL'S BAY, SOUTH CAROLINA(showing U.S. ships Pawnee, Harvest Moon - flagship, Juniata, Wanda, Winona, Shenandoan, canandaigua)

FORT MORGAN IN MOBILE BAY (showing various ships)

THE RICHMOND RESCUING THE CREW OF THE ENTERPRISE, FEBRUARY 15, 1865 (Enterprise swamped by seas off Mobile Bay)

RUINS OF THE NORFOLK NAVY YARD (partially destroyed by U.S. Commodore M'Aulet at beginning of war to keep from Confederates)

THE SIEGE OF MOBILE - WRECK OF THE (U.S.S.) OSAGE AND THE MONITOR MILWAUKEE

DESTRUCTION OF THE (Union) TIN-CLAD NO. 48, APRIL 1, 1865

(Confederate) MUSHROOM ANCHOR TORPEDOES

LANDING OF THE NATIONAL FORCES AT THE MOUTH OF FISH RIVER, BELOW MOBILE, MARCH 23rd, 24th, AND 28th, 1865, (many ships and troops shown)

THE CONFEDERATE STEAM RAM STONEWALL LEAVING LISBON HARBOR (Portugal)

THE TOWER OF BELEM FIRING ON THE UNITED STATES FRIGATES NIAGARA AND SACRAMENTO LYING IN LISBON HARBOUR (Portugal)

EXPLOSION OF THE STEAMER SULTAN, APRIL 28,1865

BURNING OF THE CONFEDERATE RAM WEBB BELOW NEW ORLEANS, APRIL 24,1865

THE (U.S.) GUNBOAT GENESEE PROVIDED WITH A NETWORK AGAINST TORPEDOES

BURNING OF THE U.S. BLACKHAWK, APRIL 22, 1865 (flagship of the Mississippi squadron off Mount City by accidental fire)

GENERAL WEITZEL'S TEXAS EXPEDITION - THE FLEET AT HAMPTON ROADS

THE WRECK OF THE GOLDEN RULE (commercial ship)

THE UNITED STATES FRIGATE COLORADO, FLAGSHIP OF ADMIRAL GOLDSBOROUGH (sailing to take command of the European squadron)

LAUNCHING OF THE UNITED STATES SHIP MADAWASKA, JULY 8, 1865 (naval ship)

FINAL VIEW OF THE GREAT EASTERN BEFORE HER DEPARTURE TO LAY OUT THE ATLANTIC CABLE(laying the cable from U.S. to England)

THE LAUNCH OF THE IRONCLAD DUNDERBERG, JULY 22, 1865

SKETCHES ON BOARD THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SHIP SABINE (showing many scenes of seamanship)

THE UNITED STATES STEAMER HARTFORD, FLAGSHIP OF THE EAST INDIA SQUADRON (commanded by Rear Admiral Henry H. Bell)

PROPELLER IRONSIDES (on) LAKE SUPERIOR

THE WINANS CIGAR YACHT, BUILDING IN ENGLAND(new design by Union ship designer Winans)

THE INTERNATIONAL NAVAL FESTIVAL AT CHERBOURG -THE ENGLISH AND FRENCH FIRING A SALUTE IN HONOR OF THE EMPEROR'S FETE-DAY, AUGUST 15,1865(showing several tall sailing ships)

(FRONT COVER) THE NAVAL FESTIVAL AT PORTSMOUTH, ENGLAND -ARRIVAL OF THE FRENCH FLEET - THE SOLFERJNO SALUTING THE ENGLISH FLAG

SHIPWRECKED PASSENGERS AND CREW OF THE BRIG TITANIA (by weather)

THE HUDSON RIVER STEAMER ST. JOHN

EXPLOSION OF THE BOILER ROOM ON BOARD THE ST. JOHN, OCTOBER 24,1865- SCENE IN THE MAIN SALOON

EXPERIMENTS WITH AMERICAN TORPEDO SHELLS AT CHATHAM, ENGLAND - BLOWING UP OF THE TERPSJCHOREBY A 75-POUNDER

THE BRITISH PIRATE SHIP SHENAND LIVERPOOL (recently surrendered to the Britain)

VIEW OF SALTVILLE, VIRGINIA (thirty miles east of Bristol, Virginia; the town was a major producer of salt)

JUNCTION OF THE POTOMAC AND SHENANDOAH RIVERS FROM THE CEMETERY ABOVE HARPER'S FERRY

UNITED STATES ARSENAL AT HARPER'S FERRY, NOW USED FOR QUARTERMASTER STORES FOR SHERIDAN'S ARMY

VIEW IN HARPER'S FERRY - GENERAL STEVENSON'S HEADQUARTERS, LOUDOUN HEIGHTS IN THE DISTANCE

BRIDGE ON THE MILITARY RAILROAD FROM CITY POINT TO HATCHER'S RUN

THE UNION ARMY ENTERING PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA, APRIL 3, 1865 THE UNION ARMY ENTERING RICHMOND, APRIL 3, 1865 VIEW OF CASTLE THUNDER, IN RICHMOND

VIEW OF LIBEY PRISON, RICHMOND -RUINS ON MAIN STREET, RICHMOND THE CITY OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, LOOKING WESTWARD THE CITY OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, VIEW FROM GAMBLE'S HILL (shows St. Paul's, 2nd Baptist Church, City Hall, Capital, Governor's House, Custom Hou

PANORAMIC VIEW OF RICHMOND FROM GENERAL HENNINGSEN'S HOUSE (showing the Capital, Spottswood House, James River Canal, Ruins of tobacco warehouse, Castle Thunder, Libey Prison, Danville R.R. Bridge, Armory)

(FRONT COVER) MONUMENT ERECTED ON THE FIELD OF THE FIRST BATTLE OF BULL RUN

(FRONT COVER) CONSECRATION OF THE BULL RUN MONUMENTS - READING THE SERVICE, JUNE 11,1865

THE MONUMENTS ERECTED AT GROVETON, ON THE FIELD OF THE SECOND BATTLE OF BULL RUN

THE 16th NEW YORK ARTILLERY FIRING A SALUTE ON THE SPOT WHERE RICKETT'S BATTERY WAS CAPTURED (by the Confederates), JULY 21, 1861 (First Manassas)

THE TREDEGER IRONWORKS, AT RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

THE RICHMOND ELECTION, JULY 25, 1862, THE POLLING AT THE FIRST MARKET HOUSE, CORNER OF MAINE AND 17th STREETS

THE RICHMOND ELECTION, JULY 25,1865, AT THE CITY HALL, MADISON WARD

THE MASS MEETING HELD AT RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, AUGUST 29, 1865 (a meeting of citizens adopting a resolution severely censoring the efforts by some persons in the north "to brand the people in the south with perfidy and insincerity" - showing the State House

DOVER MILLS, ON THE JAMES RIVER AND KANAWHA CANAL, VIRGINIA

ROCKETS LANDING, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

THE FREEMAN'S VILLAGE, HAMPTON, VIRGINIA

THE BELZORO GOLD MINE IN GOOCHLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA

THE RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG, AND POTOMAC RAILROAD, VIRGINIA - TRAIN STARTING OUT FROM RICHMOND

THE JAMES RIVER AND KANAWHA CANAL, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

VIEW OF THE TOBACCO EXCHANGE, CORNER OF VIRGINIA AND CARY STREETS, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

THE VIRGINIA STATE PENITENTIARY AT RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

THE FREEDMAN'S BUREAU AT RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

THE AMELIA SULPHUR SPRINGS, AMELIA COUNTY, VIRGINIA

BURNING OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE AT WASHINGTON, JANUARY 24, 1865 (accident caused by a defective flue which destroyed most of main building; left and right wings saved including book storage)

(FRONT COVER) SCENE IN THE (US.) HOUSE ON THE PASSAGE OF THE PROPOSITION TO AMEND THE CONSTITUTION, JANUARY 31,1865 (to outlaw slavery; passed 119 to 56 with 8 abstaining)

PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S REINAUGURATION AT THE CAPITAL, MARCH 4,1865

PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S FUNERAL PROCESSION IN WASHINGTON CITY (April 19)

FORD'S THEATRE AT WASHINGTON

VIEW OF PORTION OF 10th STREET, OPPOSITE FORD'S THEATRE - HOUSE WHERE MR. LINCOLN DIED

PENITENTIARY BUILDING AT WASHINGTON FOR WHICH THE CONSPIRATOR'S ARE CONFINED AND UNDERGOING TRIAL (for President Lincoln's death)

GRAND REVIEW AT WASHINGTON - SHERIDAN'S CAVALRY PASSING DOWN CAPITAL HILL TOWARD PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, MAY 23,1865

GRAND REVIEW AT WASHINGTON - SHERIDAN'S CAVALRY PASSING THROUGH PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, MAY 23,1865(with Capital dome in the background)

GRAND REVIEW AT WASHINGTON - SHERMAN'S VETERANS CROSSING LONG BRIDGE, MAY 24, 1865 (site of 14th Street Bridge)

EXTERIOR VIEW OF THE CELLS IN WHICH THE CONSPIRATORS ARE CONFINED (Lincoln assassination) IN THE OLD PENITENTIARY AT WASHINGTON

UNITED STATES CAVALRY DEPOT AT GIESBORO, OPPOSITE WASHINGTON (just west of Arlington Heights - pointing out many D.C. landmarks)

ANALOSTAN ISLAND, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

EXECUTION OF WIRTZ (Andersonville commander) - THE OLD CAPITAL PRISON, WASHINGTON, D.C.

HEADQUARTERS OF LIEUTENANT GENERAL GRANT, ON SEVENTEENTH STREET, WASHINGTON, D.C.

DESTRUCTION OF THE DEPOTS, PUBLIC BUILDINGS, AND MANUFACFORIES AT ATLANTA, GEORGIA, NOVEMBER 15,1864 (big fire in the background)

THE FOURTEENTH AND THE TWENTIETH CORPS MOVING OUT OF ATLANTA, NOVEMBER 15, 1864

THE TWENTIETH CORPS CROSSING LITTLE RIVER, NEAR MILLEDGEVILLE, GEORGIA, NOVEMBER 24, 1864

DESTRUCTION OF MADISON STATION, GEORGIA, DECEMBER 3, 1864

THE SEVENTEENTH CORPS CROSSING THE OGECHEE RIVER, GEORGIA

THE FIRST DIVISION OF THE TWENTIETH CORPS DRIVING WHEELER'S CAVALRY ON SANDERSVILLE, GEORGIA, NOVEMBER 25, 1864

EXTERIOR VIEW OF THE PRISON PEN AT MILLEN, GEORGIA

INTERIOR VIEW OF THE PRISON PEN AT MILLEN, GEORGIA

DESTRUCTION OF MILLEN JUNCTION, GEORGIA, DECEMBER 3, 1864

GENERAL HAZEN'S DIVISION, FIFTEENTH CORPS, STORMING FORT M'ALLlSTER, DECEMBER 13, 1864

KILPATRICK'S LAST CHARGE AT WAYNESBOROUGH, GEORGIA, DECEMBER 4, 1864 CHARGE OF THIRD BRIGADE, FIRST DIVISION, SIXTEENTH CORPS AT THE BATTLE OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, DECEMBER 15, 1864

THE UNION ARMY ENTERED SAVANNAH ON THE 21st OF DECEMBER, AND ON THE 24th THE FIRST NUMBER OF THE LOYAL GEORGIAN WAS ISSUED (a newspaper)

VIEWS IN AND AROUND SAVANNAH, GEORGIA(A) CONFEDERATES EVACUATING SAVANNAH(B) GENERAL SHERMAN'S HEADQUARTERS AND RESIDENCE(C) FORT JACKSON - LOOKING TOWARD THE CITY (other scenes)

REAR VIEW OF THE HOWLETT HOUSE BATTERY (C.S.A.) AS SEEN FROM (U.S.) PICKET LINE (house is situated on the south bank of James River forming the extreme left of the Confederate Works covering the approaches to Petersburg)

THE ASSAULT AND CAPTURE OF FORT FISHER, JANUARY 15,1865

GENERAL KILPATRICK'S HEADQUARTERS IN SAVANNAH, JANUARY 11, 1865 (eerie night view)

"THE EVE OF WAR - THE DAWN OF PEACE"

"COLUMBIA - CRYING OVER ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S BODY"

"THE SURRENDER OF GENERAL LEE AND HIS ARMY TO LIEUTENANT GENERAL GRANT" (on Palm Sunday)

"THE SAVIOUR'S ENTRY INTO JERUSALEM"

"OUR ARMS VICTORIOUS"

"PEACE ON EARTH AND GOODWILL TOWARDS MEN"

"PARDON - (lady) COLUMBIA - SHALL I TRUST THESE MEN (showing Confederates), AND NOT THIS MAN?" (showing Black Union soldier)

"NOVEMBER 8 - DEMOCRACY 1864-1865"

"NATIONAL THANKSGIVING" (with proclamation by President Andrew Johnson)

"MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL"

REVIEW, BY GENERAL BARRY, AT SAVANNAH, OF SHERMAN'S ARTILLERY

GENERAL SHERMAN REVIEWING HIS ARMY AT SAVANNAH

THE SPOT WHERE GENERAL JAMES B. MCPHERSON FELL, NEAR DECATUR, GEORGIA, JULY 22, 1864

EASTPORT, MISSISSIPPI, GENERAL THOMAS'S HEADQUARTERS, JANUARY 1865

MILITARY PRISONS AT CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA(Confederate prison for officers)

(U.S.) MILITARY EXECUTION NEAR CITY POINT, JANUARY 27, 1865 (a Private executed for desertion)

CHARGE OF THE FIRST DIVISION, FIFTH CORPS, ON THE CONFEDERATE BREASTWORKS, FEBRUARY 7,1865 (on the Confederate extreme left at Hathe's Run before Petersburg)

ACTIONS OF THE SECOND DIVISION, FIFTH CORPS, WITH THE CONFEDERATES ON ROWANTY CREEK, FEBRUARY 5,1865

(FRONT COVER) SHERMAN'S MARCH THROUGH SOUTH CAROLINA - ROAD AT THE SWAMP CROSSINGS

CAMP FORD, TEXAS (Confederate prison holding some of the longest Union prisoners of war in Tyler, Texas)

FORT SUMTER IN CHARLESTON HARBOR (now in Union possession; C.S.A. General Hardee evacuated Charleston on February 18)

SHERMAN'S MARCH THROUGH SOUTH CAROLINA - BURNING OF MCPHERSONVILLE, FEBRUARY 1, 1865

SHERMAN'S MARCH THROUGH SOUTH CAROLINA - ADVANCE FROM MCPHERSONVILLE, FEBRUARY 1, 1865

VIEW OF PETERSBURG FROM THE SIGNAL STATION ON THE (Union) EXTREME LEFT

BEFORE PETERSBURG - FIELD HOSPITAL OF THE (U.S.) FIRST DIVISION, NINTH ARMY CORPS

VISIT TO FORT SUMTER BY GENERAL GILLMORE AND STAFF, FEBRUARY 21,1865

"MARCHING ON!" THE FIFTY-FIFTH MASSACHUSETTS COLORED REGIMENT SINGING JOHN BROWN'S MARCH IN THE STREETS OF CHARLESTON, FEBRUARY 21, 1865

THE CONFEDERATE GENERAL EWELL'S HEADQUARTERS, FOUR MILES FROM CHARLESTON

EMBARKATION OF EXCHANGED UNION PRISONERS AT AIKEN'S LANDING, FEBRUARY 21, 1865

GENERAL SCHOFIELD'S HEADQUARTERS AT WILMINGTON (Twenty-Third Corps)

THE BADGE OF THE TWENTY-THIRD (Schofield's Army Corps)

GENERAL PHIL SHERIDAN MOVING UP THE (Shenandoah) VALLEY (north to south)

(FRONT COVER) GENERAL SHERMAN'S ENTRY INTO COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA, FEBRUARY 17,1865

FOURTEENTH AND TWENTIETH CORPS CROSSING THE SAVANNAH AT SISTER'S FERRY (General Davis - Twentieth, General Williams - Fourteenth)

THE TWENTIETH CORPS ENTERING BLACKVILLE, S.C.

THE FOURTEENTH CORPS CROSSING THE CATAWBA AT ROCKY HILL, SOUTH CAROLINA THE TWENTIETH CORPS ENTERING CHESTERFIELD

GENERAL MOWER FIRING THE BLAKELY GUN ACROSS THE PEDEE (gun captured)

CAMP SORGHUM, OPPOSITE COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA

SCENES IN COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA, THE MORNING AFTER THE FIRE- GENERAL SHERMAN RECEIVING "THE MARCH TO THE SEA" ORDERS- STATE CAPITAL, COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA, FEBRUARY 18, 1865 (burned)- RUINS OF COLUMBIA- ASYLUM (burning) TREASURY BUILDING, MARKETPLAC

GENERAL KILPATRICK RECAPTURING HIS HEADQUARTERS MARCH 10, 1865 (CSA. General Hampton had captured it)

(Union) FORAGERS "STARTING OUT" IN THE MORNING

(Union) FORAGERS RETURNING TO CAMP AT NIGHT (showing off bounty captured)

FORT SUMTER - SIDE TOWARDS CHARLESTON

NEGRO RECRUITS AT CHARLESTON

LONG DOCK AT HILTON HEAD - LANDING OF (Negro) RECRUITS FROM CHARLESTON

The Ruins of the norfolk Navy-Yard

CHARGE OF WEAVER'S BRIGADE ACROSS THE SALKEHATCHIE, SOUTH CAROLINA

THE BURNING OF COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA, FEBRUARY 17, 1865

(FRONT COVER) LIEUTENANT GENERAL GRANT'S HEADQUARTERS AT CITY POINT, VIRGINIA

GENERAL SHERMAN AND STAFF CROSSING BROAD RIVER, SOUTH CAROLINA

COLONEL WELLS, OF JONES BRIGADE, CROSSING THE NORTH EDISTO, SOUTH CAROLINA

THE CONFEDERATE GENERAL WADE HAMPTON'S MANSION IN COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA, HEADQUARTERS OF GENERAL LOGAN

THE CONFEDERATE ATTACK ON FORT STEADMAN, MARCH 25, 1865 (near City Point, Virginia, on Grant's right)

THE FINAL CHARGE OF THE NINTH ARMY CORPS AND RECAPTURE OF FORT STEADMAN, MARCH 25, 1865 (showing U.S.A. General Wilcox and staff and Petersburg in the distance)

CONFEDERATE PRISONERS COMING INTO THE HEADQUARTERS, FIRST DIVISION, NINTH CORPS, MARCH 25, 1865

CAMP OF CONFEDERATE PRISONERS AT ELMIRA, NEW YORK

PRISON IN CASEMATE NO. 2, FORT LAFAYETTE, NEW YORK HARBOR

BATTLE OF BENTONSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA, MARCH 19 -FOURTEENTH AND TWENTIETH CORPS ENGAGED (the Divisions from each under Kilpatrick)

BATTLE OF BENTONSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA MARCH 20 - FIFTEENTH CORPS ENGAGED ON THE RIGHT

(FRONT COVER) CAVALRY CHARGE AT THE BATTLE OF FIVE FORKS (April 1, 1865, outside Petersburg, Virginia)

BEFORE PETERSBURG - THE RETREAT OF THE CONFEDERATES ACROSS THE APPOMATTOX, BY THE POCAHONTAS BRIDGE, APRIL 3, 1865

BEFORE PETERSBURG - CONFEDERATE FORT AND LINE OF WORKS NEAR BURGESS MILLS, CAPTURED BY THE SIXTH CORPS, APRIL 2,1865

THE UNION ARMY ENTERING PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA, APRIL 3, 1865

THE UNION ARMY ENTERING RICHMOND, APRIL 3,1865

CAPTURE OF PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA - THE SECOND MICHIGAN RAISING THE STARS AND STRIPES, APRIL 3,1865

SHERMAN'S ARMY - THE THIRD DIVISION OF THE FOURTEENTH CORPS CROSSING JUNIPER CREEK, MARCH 8,1865

THE SURRENDER OF GENERAL LEE AND HIS ARMY TO LIEUTENANT GENERAL GRANT (on Palm Sunday)(by Thomas Nast)

CHARGE OF THE NINTH ARMY CORPS ON FORT MAHONE, APRIL 8, 1865 (before Mobile)

THE FIGHT BEFORE MOBILE - STORMING OF FORT BLAKELY, APRIL 9, 1865

JAMES BENNETT'S HOUSE, WHERE (General) JOHNSTON SURRENDERED TO SHERMAN - EXTERIOR VIEW

INTERIOR OF JAMES BENNETT'S HOUSE - SCENE OF(General) JOHNSTON'S SURRENDER APRIL 26,1865 (at Greensborough, N.C.)

CONFEDERATE SMALL ARMS TURNED OVER BY JOHNSTON'S ARMY TO LT. LYSTER, CHIEF OF ORDINANCE, DEPARTMENT OF NORTH CAROLINA, GREENSBOROUGH, MAY 3,1865

PAROLING CONFEDERATE PRISONERS AT GREENSBOROUGH, NORTH CAROLINA

(FRONT COVER) THE GRAND REVIEW AT WASHINGTON - GENERAL MEADE AND STAFF PASSING THE PRINCIPAL STAND, MAY 23,1865

GRAND REVIEW AT WASHINGTON - SHERIDAN'S CAVALRY PASSING DOWN CAPITAL HILL TOWARD PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, MAY 23,1865

GRAND REVIEW OF THE NATIONAL ARMIES AT WASHINGTON, GENERAL SHERMAN'S VETERANS MARCHING THROUGH PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, MAY 24, 1865

(Jefferson) DAVIS' CELL AT FORTRESS MONROE

CORRIDOR LEADING TO DAVIS' CELL IN FORTRESS MONROE

OFFICERS ENGAGED IN THE CAPTURE OF (Jefferson) DAVIS (showing Lt. Purinton, Lt. Col. Pritchard, Capt. Hudson, Lt. Stauber)

THE SCENE OF DAVIS' CAPTURE, NEAR IRWINVILLE, GEORGIA

THE CLOTHES IN WHICH DAVIS DISGUISED HIMSELF

CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS TAKING THE OATH OF ALLEGIANCE IN THE SENATE CHAMBER AT RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

"JOHNNIE COMES MARCHING HOME" (scene of Union soldiers in battle dress marching to home)

EXPLOSION OF THE UNITED STATES RECEIVING MAGAZINE AT MOBILE, MAY 25, 1865 (supposedly directed by an unarmed Confederate Major)

CONFLAGRATION AT MOBILE, CAUSED BY THE EXPLOSION, MAY 25, 1865

RUINS OF GENERAL LEE'S HEADQUARTERS AT PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA

RUINS IN THE HEART OF CHARLESTON - VIEW FROM KING STREET

PAROLED CONFEDERATE PRISONERS AT THE BATFERY (Charleston)

THE SOLDIERS' NATIONAL CEMETERY AT GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA (blocked off and numbered by state)

THE HARVEST OF DEATH - GETTYSBURG, JULY 4, 1865

LAYING THE CORNERSTONE OF THE SOLDIERS' MONUMENT AT GETTYSBURG, JULY 4,1865

VIEW OF THE INTERIOR OF FORT SUMTER AFTER ITS EVACUATION BY THE CONFEDERATES, FEBRUARY 18,1865

GRAND DINNER GIVEN TO THE ARMY OF TENNESSEE AT THE UNION HOTEL, SARATOGA, JULY 4,1865

PRESENTATION OF TWO HUNDRED BATTLE FLAGS TO GOVERNOR FENTON AT ALBANY, NEW YORK, JULY 4,1865

THE FLIGHT OF JEFF DAVIS - A SUDDEN ALARM AND STAMPEDE

ANDERSONVILLE PRISON SCENES, ILLUSTRATING CAPTAIN WIRZ'S TRAIL

GROUNDS AT ANDERSONVILLE, GEORGIA, WHERE REBURIED FOURTEEN THOUSAND UNION SOLDIERS WHO DIED IN ANDERSONVILLE PRISON

(FRONT COVER) PRESIDENT ANDREW JOHNSON PARDONING CONFEDERATES AT THE WHITE HOUSE

DAKOTA, TERRITORY - FORT THOMPSON, ON THE UPPER MISSOURI RIVER, BUILT FOR THE SIOUX AND WINNEBAGOAGENCY

FRONT VIEW OF MR. W. M'LEAN'S HOUSE, AT APPOMATTOX COURTHOUSE, VIRGINIA, IN WHICH GENERAL LEE ANNOUNCED THE TERMS OF SURRENDER, APRIL 9, 1865

GENERAL LEE'S ARMY FIRING ITS LAST GUN

REAR VIEW OF MR. W. M'LEAN'S HOUSE, APPOMATTOX COURTHOUSE, VIRGINIA

THE CONFEDERATE ARMY AS IT LAY ON CONNER'S FARM, AT APPOMATTOX COURTHOUSE, VIRGINIA, AT THE MOMENT GENERAL LEE ANNOUNCED THE TERMS OF SURRENDER, APRIL 9,1865

THE TRUE DEFENDERS OF THE CONSTITUTION (showing dead Union soldiers)

EXECUTION OF CHAMP FERGUSON, AT NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, OCTOBER 20, 1865 (Confederate guerilla operating in that area)

EXECUTION OF CAPTAIN HENRY WIRTZ - ADJUSTING THE ROPE

EXECUTION OF WIRZ - LOWERING THE BODY (hanged in the yard of the old Capital Prison at Washington on November 10,_1865)

RELEASED (Union) PRISONERS AT CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA, DANCING ON BOARD THE STAR OF THE SOUTH

THE SANITARY COMMISSION DISTRIBUTING TOBACCO TO (Union) PRISONERS AT CHARLESTON, S.C.

THE NEW WATER WORKS AT CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC RECEIVING THE NEWS OF THE CAPTURE OF FORT FISHER

THE (Union) SCOUT (in the west)

CONFEDERATE WOMEN LEAVING SAVANNAH

ST. VALENTINE'S DAY

THE GREAT FIRE IN PHILADELPHIA - CORNER OF WASHINGTON AND NINTH STREETS

THE GREAT FIRE IN PHILADELPHIA - VIEW IN FEDERAL STREET, LOOKING UP NINTH

HOME AGAIN - THE STORY OF LIFE IN A CONFEDERATE PRISON

CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH R.R. THROUGH THE SWAMPS

PLAN OF COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA (showing State Capital and Pahneuo Memorial and the South Carolina Regiments in the Mexican War)

KING'S COUNTY COURTHOUSE, BROOKLYN

COILING THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH CABLE IN ONE OF THE TANKS ON BOARD THE GREAT EASTERN (large ship laying telegraph line across the Atlantic)

THE TRIUMPH IN NEW YORK - GLIMPSES OF THE GRAND PROCESSION (showing various references to Union victories)

THE TRIUMPH IN NEW YORK (beautiful wide picture sketch showing troops, flags, etc.)

CHAPEL OF THE CHRISTIAN COMMISSION, NINTH CORPS

THE LATE CARDINAL (Nicholas) WISEMAN

HANGING ROCK, SOUTH CAROLINA

OLD GOLD MINE NEAR CLIBURNE'S STORE, SOUTH CAROLINA

WINNSBOROUGH, SOUTH CAROLINA

UNITED STATES ARSENAL AT FAYETFEVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA

SALUDA FACTORY, NEAR COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA(former Confederate Gun Works)

THE FLOOD IN ROCHESTER (New York) (various views of the city under water)

MONTEVIDEO, THE CAPITAL OF URUGUAY, SOUTH AMERICA

RICHMOND LADIES GOING TO RECEIVE GOVERNMENT RATIONS. 'DON'T YOU THINK THAT YANKEE MUST FEEL LIKE SHRINKING INTO HIS BOOTS BEFORE SUCH HIGHTONED SOUTHERN LADIES AS WE"

VIEW OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF DESIGN - FOURTH AVENUE AND 23rd NEW YORK

BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF THE SUEZ CANAL CONNECTING THE RED SEA WITH THE MEDITERRANEAN

SCENES OF VARIOUS UNION PRISONERS

INAUGURATION OF THE MONUMENT OF NAPOLEON I, AT AJACCIO, MAY 14,1865

CAMP OF NEGRO REFUGEES

HOLIDAY IN CAMP - SOLDIERS PLAYING "FOOTBALL"

SOLDIERS PLAYING CHUCK-A-LUCK

THE DESTRUCTION BY FIRE OF BARNUM'S AMERICAN MUSEUM, IN NEW YORK, JULY 13,1865

TRIAL OF MOWING MACHINES, JULY 25, JULY 26, AT WEST MOUNT VERNON

THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH CABLE (showing various scenes including Prof. Morse, Queen Victoria, and President Johnson

MAP OF THE WORLD, SHOWING THE TELEGRAPHIC SYSTEMS FOR ENCIRCLING THE ENTIRE GLOBE

"THE ELECTRIC UNION" (sketch showing an American and European woman shaking hands symbolizing the completion of the Trans-Atlantic cable)

COLLEGE REGATTA - BOAT RACE BETWEEN THE YALEAND HARVARD BOYS ON LAKE QUINSIGAMOND, JULY 28,1865 (Yale won this year)

OUR WATERING PLACES - "VIEWS AT LONG BRANCH" (by Thomas Nast) (views at the beach)

"WALL STREET AND BROADWAY" - WAYS OF GETTING AND SPENDING MONEY (showing various scenes)

"NEWLY ARRIVED EMIGRANTS AT CASTLE GARDEN, NEW YORK CITY" (showing various scenes)

"THE METROPOLITAN POLICE" (New York City; showing various scenes)

RAILWAY COLUSION NEAR JAMAICA, LONG ISLAND, AUGUST 28, 1865

THE NEW CITY HALL, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS

THE BREAKING OF THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH CABLE ON BOARD THE GREAT EASTERN

THE FREEDMAN'S VILLAGE, HAMPTON, VIRGINIA

VIEW OF DARLINGTON COURTHOUSE AND THE SYCAMORE TREE WHERE AMY SPAIN, THE NEGRO SLAVE, WAS HANGED BY THE CITIZENS OF DARLINGTON, SOUTH CAROLINA_(for being openly pro-Union)

ALFRED TENNYSON, THE ENGLISH POET LAUREATE

VIEW OF RIO DE JANEIRO, THE CAPITAL OF BRAZIL, SOUTH AMERICA, WITH PORTRAITS OF THE EMPEROR AND EMPRESS

SALE OF GOVERNMENT MULES AT THE CORNER OF THIRTY-FIFTH STREET AND TENTH AVENUE, NEW YORK CITY

"DEXTER" - THE FASTEST TROTTING HORSE IN THE WORLD

FIRE AT "GRANT" WELL, PIT HOLE CITY, IN THE OIL REGIONS OF PENNSYLVANIA

GREAT FIRE AT BELFAST, MAINE, OCTOBER 17, 1865

STATUE OF DR. EDWARD JENNER, RECENTLY ERECTED ATBOULOGNE, FRANCE (first to introduce a vaccine against smallpox)

EARTHQUAKE IN SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, OCTOBER 8,1865- VIEW ON THE CORNER OF THIRD AND MISSION STREETS

BASEBALL MATCH BETWEEN THE "ATHLETICS" OF PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA AND THE "ATLANTICS" OF BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, PLAYED AT PHILADELPHIA, OCTOBER 30,1865

THE OIL REGIONS OF PENNSYLVANIA - PIT HOLE CITY, VENANGO, PENNSYLVANIA

RENO, THE FUTURE METROPOUS OF THE PENNSYLVANIA OIL REGION

"CHAMPION NINE" OF THE ATLANTIC BASEBALL CLUB OF BROOKLYN, LONG ISLAND, 1865 (winners of the two-game ""world series" with the Athletics)

CENTRAL PARK, NEW YORK CITY

ELIZABETH STREET, BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS (important Confederate city providing supplies from Mexico)

JESUS IN THE GARDEN OF GETHSEMANE

OUR WATERING PLACES - HORSE RACING AT SARATOGA I

THE LATE HONORABLE WILLIAM L. DAYTON (former U.S. Senator, Minister to France)

(FRONT COVER) HON. WILLIAM DENNISON, POSTMASTER GENERAL (replaces Montgomery Blair of Maryland)

(FRONT COVER) GENERAL H. W. SLOCUM (commanded left wing of Sherman's advance through Georgia)

THE LATE LIEUTENANT SAMUEL W. PRESTON (killed in action in attack on Ft. Fisher while acting as Flag Lieutenant for Fleet of Admiral Porter)

THE LIEUTENANT BENJAMIN H. PORTER (killed in action in attack on Ft. Fisher; at one time commanded the U.S.S. MAN vein

BRIGADIER GENERAL ALBERT AMES (commanding the Third Division of Twenty-Fourth Corps engaged at Fort Fisher)

HONORABLE DANIEL S. DICKINSON (current U.S. Attorney General)

HONORABLE JAMES HARLIN, SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR

(FRONT COVER) PRESIDENT LINCOLN AT HOME (with son)

SERGEANT BOSTON CORBETT (shot Booth in the neck)

PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S FUNERAL PROCESSION IN NEW YORK CITY

(General) SHERMAN AND HIS GENERALS (showing Generals Howard, Kilpatrick, Hogan, Hazen, Jeff C. Davis, Slocum, Blair, Mower)

MAJOR GENERAL CHARLES GRIFFIN (superseded command of General Warren at Five Forks of the Fifth Corps)

(FRONT COVER) BREVET MAJOR GENERAL NATHANIEL A. MILES (no win command of Fortress Monroe where Jefferson Davis is jailed)

REAR ADMIRAL HENRY H. BELL (assuming command of U.S. Naval forces in the East Indies)

WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT (American writer and poet)

REAR ADMIRAL FRANCIS H. GREGORY

HONORABLE PRESTON KING

MAJOR GENERAL JOHN G. PARK (military commander of Richmond)(?)

GENERAL H. W. SLOCUM (Democratic candidate for Secretary of State)

BISHOP QUINTARD OF TENNESSEE

MAJOR GENERAL FRANCIS BARLOW

(FRONT COVER) HONORABLE CHARLES F. ADAMS (Minister to England, Grandfather was John Adams)

THE LATE HONORABLE PRESTON KING (was collector of Port of New York who committed suicide)

(FRONT COVER) HONORABLE JOHN T. HOFFMAN, MAYOR-ELECT OF NEW YORK CITY

(WINSLOW HOMER) SEEING THE YEAR OUT. CLASSIC HOMER STYLE SHOWS A FAMILY CELEBRATING THE NEW YEAR OF 1861.  ONE OF HOMER'S EARLIEST PUBLISHED ILLUSTRATIONS

MAJOR ANDERSON COMMANDING AT FORT SUMPTER SOUTH CAROLINA

ENTRY OF MAJOR ANDERSON'S COMMAND INT FORT SUMPTER ON CHRISTMAS NIGHT AND OCCUPATION OF CASTLE PICKNEY BY CHARLESTON MILITIA

SKETCHES OF FORT MOULTRIE INCLUDING INTERIOR OF EMBRASURE, SEA FRONT BASTIONS, ENTRANCE AND GUN COVER

THE UNITED STATES SLOOP OF WAR "BROOKLYN".  DRAMATIC ILLUSTRATION OF A CIVIL WAR NAVAL SHIP.  WILL DISPLAY NICELY

CONFEDERATE NAVY VESSEL. THE STEAMSHIP "MARION" SEIZED BY THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA TO BE CONVERTED INTO A MAN OF WAR. ALSO, STEAMSHIP " STAR OF THE WEST"

BATTLE MAP OF FORT SUMTER, CHARLESTON AND JAMES ISLAND.  ALSO INCLUDES VIEW OF FORT JOHNSTON, OPPOSITE FORT SUMTER IN CHALESTON HARBOR.  RARE AND HISTORIC BATTLE MAP.

THE PRAYER AT FORT SUMTER.  SHOWS GROUP OF US SOLDIERS PRAYING AROUND THE FLAG INSIDE SUMTER.  NICE IN DEPTH STORY ON SUMTER.  INCLUDES LIST OF OFFICERS AT SUMTER.

FIRING ON THE "STAR OF THE WEST" FROM THE SOUTH CAROLINA BATTERY OF MORRIS ISLAND.  DRAMATIC IMAGE OF CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY.

SCENES FROM FORT MOULTRIE.  BATTERY AT FORT MOULTRIE BEARING ON FORT SUMTER.  GROUP OF GUNS AND CARRIAGES DISMANTLED BY MAJOR ANDERSON AT FORT MOULTRIE.

DRAMATIC CIVIL WAR VIEW OF FORT SUMTER DURING THE OPENING DAYS OF THE CIVIL WAR.  THE FORT IS SHOWN AT LOW TIDE.  ILLUSTRATION IS FROM A SKETCH BY ONE OF MAJOR ANDERSON'S COMMAND

SPECTACULAR ILLUSTRATION OF THE INTERIOR OF FORT SUMTER DURING THE OPENING DAYS OF THE CIVIL WAR.  SHOWS DETAILED ILLUSTRATION OF ARTILLERY AND UNION OFFICERS.

DETAILED ILLUSTRATIONS OF FORT SUMTER AS SHE IS PREPARING FOR WAR.  INCLUDES ILLUSTRATION OF CANNON PLACEMENTS, THE SALLY PORT, AND EXTERIOR VIEWS.  ALL FROM SKETCHES OF OFFICERS AT THE FORT.

SUPERB ILLUSTRATION OF CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA AS IT LOOKED DURING THE OPENING DAYS OF THE CIVIL WAR.  INCLUDES BROAD STREET, MERCURY STREET, CUSTOM HOUSE, CASTLE PICKNEY, FORT MOULTRIE, AND FORT SUMTER.  SOLDIERS CAN BE SEEN MARCHING IN STREET.

 

 

 

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