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War views. Vendree Range, one of the principal business streets, Charleston, S.C. (The building on the left is where the first shell struct.)

War views. Vendree Range, one of the principal business streets, Charleston, S.C. (The building on the left is where the first shell struct.)

War views. Vendree Range, one of the principal business streets, Charleston, S.C. (The building on the left is where the first shell struct.)

A picturesque view of Belle Plain Landing, James River.

Wagon train near Yorktown, Va.

Mortar battery in Ft. McAllister, Savannah, Ga.

Dutch Gap mud scow, sunk by a Rebel shell on Thanksgiving day.

Soldiers' winter quarters, Army of the Potomac. Inside the first line of fortifications, City Point, Va.

Interior of the Rebel Fort Mahone, called by the soldiers "Fort Damnation,"....

Capt. Bollerman's kitchen. Tasting the soup.

Celebrated Aikens Landing, where all the Rebel prisoners are exchanged, on the James River near Dutch Gap....

Interior view of swamp battery, Morris Island, S. C..

Execution of a deserter, Alexandria, Va.

St. James St., St. Augustine, Fla.

Group of Uni[on] soldiers near Annapolis.

Dwelling houses in Petersburgh, Va., showing the effect of Gen. Grant's bombardment.

[View of Libby Prison, Richmond, Va.]

Camp dinner.

Dutch Gap canal. Taken after the bank was blown out. James River, Va.

The Army of the Potomac. The stand in front of the President's house occupied by the President and Cabinet, Grant and Sherman, and reviewing officers.

Bridge over the Cumberland River on the Louisville and Nashville R. R..

Sherman's Grand Army. Looking up Pennsylvania Avenue from the Treasury buildings, during the passage of the 20th Army Corps.

The place where Maj. Gen. J. B. McPherson was killed, Atlanta, Ga.

[Admiral Dahlgren and staff, U. S. S. Pawnee, Charleston Harbor, S. C..]

A dead Rebel soldier, as he lay in the trenches of Fort Mahone, called by the soldiers "Fort Damnation."

Washington Monument, in the Capitol grounds, Richmond, Va. The statues around the centre [sic] base are those of Patrick Henry, Thomas Jefferson & Mason.

Bombproof quarters of Maj. Strong, at Dutch Gap. 16th N. Y. Artillery.

Bull Run battlefield, Va.

Sherman's Grand Army. Looking up Pennsylvania Ave. from the Treasury buildings, Maj. Gen Logan and staff and Army of Tennessee passing in review.

Libby Prison, north side, Richmond, Va.

Interior of the Union Fort Sedgwick, called by the Rebel soldiers "Fort Hell," showing Union soldiers on the breastworks....

View of Fort McAllister, Ga., looking up the Ogechee River.

Captain Barrett and Lieut. Schoonmaker, of Monitor Kaatskill, at "Battery Bee," Sullivan's Island, Charleston Harbor, S. C..

The James River at City Point, Va.

Pontoon on James River, above Jones' Landing, north side, 68 boats, Sutlers' schooners in the distance.

Marshal House, Alexandria, the scene of Col. Ellsworth's assassination.,

Union picket line in front of the Rebel Fort Mahone, called by the soldiers "Fort Damnation," Richmond, Va.

"Castle Thunder," Cary St., the place where so many Union prisoners suffered. Richmond, Va.

A 12 pound brass cannon, Ordnance Wharf, City Point, Va.

View of soldiers with horses.

Execution of a deserter, Alexandria, Va.

Fort Sumpter [sic], east face, Charleston Harbor, S. C. showing the Palmetto Works erected to strengthen the fort.

Cemetery gate, Gettysburgh.

Improvised dinner table in the field.

Gun boat Com. Perry, monitor in the distance, James River, Va.

Church built by the engineers at Poplar Grove, near Petersburgh, Va.

32 pound gun in the Rebel Ft. McAllister, Savannah, Ga.

View from the Point of Rocks, on the Appomattox River, Va. looking north-west.

Soldiers' quarters in the Union Fort Rice adjoining Fort Sedgwick ("fort Hell."...

Col. Ord, at the mansion formerly occupied by Jeff. Davis, Richmond, Va....

Park of captured guns at Rockette, Richmond, Va.

The sea face of Fort Sumpter [sic], east side, Charleston Harbor, S. C., looking n. e..

Chain bridge, near Washington, perspective view.

View of Fort Sumpter [sic]. Interior, showing remains of a casement and other ruins.

View of Libby Prison, Richmond, Va.

Signal tower, Jacksonville, Fla.

Michigan and Penn. Relief Association, at White House, Va. The gentle misses ministering to the soldiers.

View at Hilton Head, S. C..

Fort Johnson battery. Ft. Sumpter [sic] in the distance.

View of pontoon bridge over the James River.

Admiral Dahlgren and staff, U. S. S. Pawnee, Charleston Harbor, S. C..

Dutch Gap canal. Taken after the bank was blown out. Prof. Maillefert in the fore'g.

Head quarters of the Christian Commission, Richmond, Va.

Pontoon on the Appomattox, above Broadway Landing, from the south side.

"Castle Thunder," Carey St., Richmond, Va., where so many Union prisoners were confined.

View showing how close the picket lines were to each other, near Petersburgh, Va....

Umbrella Rock, Lookout Mountain, Tenn.

Libby Prison, Richmond, Va.

Libby Prison, north side, Richmond, Va.

Residence of Jeff. Davis, Richmond, Va.

The Army of the Potomac. The stand in front of the President's house occupied by the President and Cabinet, Grant and Sherman, and reviewing officers.

Libby Prison, Richmond, Va.

View of James River pontoon bridge, from south side, above Jones' Landing.

Yorktown fortifications, a silenced gun.

The Army of the Potomac. The stand in front of the President's house occupied by the President and Cabinet, Grant and Sherman, and reviewing officers.

Panoramic view of Richmond, Va., from Gamble Hill.

Winter quarters Company C, 1st Conn. heavy [artil]lery, Fort Bradley, James River, Va.

The Army of the Potomac. The stand in front of the President's house occupied by the President and Cabinet, Grant and Sherman, and reviewing officers.

View showing how close the picket lines were to each other, near Petersburgh, Va....

Camp dinner.

Col. Ord, at the mansion formerly occupied by Jeff. Davis, Richmond, Va....

Libby Prison.

Hide and fat depot, for the government, Ceder Level, Va.

Quarter deck and part of starboard battery of U. S. S. Pawnee taken at Charleston Harbor S. C..

Maj. Gen. Sherman and staff....

Ruins of White House, York, [sic] River, Va.

Improvised dinner table in the field.

View from the portico of the State House, Nashville, Tenn., looking south east.

North-east angle of Ft. Marshall, Sullivan Island, Charleston Harbor, S. C.

View of Fort McAllister, Ga., looking up the Ogechee River.

Maj. Gen. Burnside and Brady the artist, head quarters Army of the Potomac, near Richmond, Va.

General Hospital Wharf, Army of the Potomac, City Point, Va.

Pontoon on the Appomattox, above Broadway Landing, from the south side.

Entrance to magazine, Ft. Brady, James River, Va.

This view was taken in the Rebel trenches, the morning after the storming of Petersburgh, Va., April 2nd, 1865, and shows a dead Rebel soldier....

View in Bollingbrook St. Petersburgh, Va., looking west, showing the effects of shot and shell.

Chain bridge, near Washington, perspective view.

Slave pen, Alexandria, Va.

Fort Johnson battery. Ft. Sumpter [sic] in the distance.

Interior of the Roman Catholic cathedral, St. John and St. Finbar, Broad Street, Charleston, S. C., destroyed by the Great Fire of 1861.

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