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Camp Hicks near Frederick, Md., 12th Regt. Massachusetts Vols. [graphic] : Col. Webster.

Camp Seward, 25th Regt. Me. Vol. 3rd Brigade, Casey's Div. [graphic] : Col. Francis Fessendon, commdg.

Camp Graham, Birney's Zouaves, 23d Regiment, P.V. [graphic] : Col. D.B. Birney . Lt. Col. Charles Wilhelm. Major George C. Spear. Junior Major. John Ely.

Camp Seward 170th N.Y.V. 2d Regiment-- Corcoran's Legion [graphic] : Col. Peter McDermott Lieut. Col. J. P. Mc Ivor.

Col. C.H. Vanwyck, 56 Reg. N.Y.S.V., 10th Legion, Camp Davis [graphic].

Col. Wm. B. Greene, commanding 14th Regt. Mass. Vols. (heavy Artillery) Fort Albany, Virginia. [graphic].

Camp Seward, 27th Regt. Me. Vs. [graphic] : Col. R.P. Tapley, Lt. Col. M.J. Wentworth, Maj. Ja. L. Stone.

Camp Tom Casey, 26th Me. Regt. [graphic] : Col. Nathaniel H. Hubbard, commdg.

Camp Abercrombie, 169th Regt. N.Y.S. Vols. . [graphic] : Col. Clarence Buel, Commdg.

Camp Wisewell, 28th Regt. N.J. Volunts. [graphic] : Col. M.N. Wisewell, commdg.

Scene of camp life. [graphic].

Camp Brightwood 2d Rhode Island. [graphic] : Col. Frank Wheaton, Comdg.

Camp 84th Pa. V., Lt. Col. Milton Opp Comdg (near Falmouth Va.). Camp 1st U.S.S.S. Lt. Col. Caspar Trepp, comdg. Camp 2d. U.S.S.S. Maj. Homer R. Staughton comdg. Hiram Berdan, col. comdg 3d brig. 3d. div. 3d A.C. Camp 110th Pa.V., Isaac Rogers comdg. [gra

Camp Barcly, Meridian Hill, D.C. 1st Lancers 6th Penna Cavalry. [graphic] : Col. R.H. Rush - L.t Col. J.H. McArthur - Major, C. Ross Smith - Jun. Major, Robert Morris jr.

Camp Brightwood, Col. Henry S. Briggs, 10th Massachusetts Volunteers [graphic].

The game of secession or sketches of the rebellion

Kill-Patrick suppressing the riot. [graphic].

"We fights mit Sigel" [graphic].

Stein & Jones, steam power printers & lithographers, no. 321 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Scene of camp life.

"The reliable gentleman" [graphic] / Th. Nast.

Home on sick leave. [graphic] / Gurney & Son, photo. N.Y.

Jeff. Davis., the compromiser, in a tight place. [graphic]

View of Camp Gallegher [sic] 13th Pennsylvania Cavalry, 2d Battalion. near Falls of Schuylkill.

The capture of Atlanta, Georgia, Sept. 2d. 1864 by the Union Army, under Major Genl. Sherman. [graphic] : On the 30th August, the Union Army, by the masterly strategy of Genl. Sherman, made a rapid flank movement, cutting the rail road south of the city;

Home "on sick leave" [graphic] / . Edw. F. Mullen N.Y.

Camp Palmer, 1st Regiment Mich. Cavalry [graphic] : Col. T.F. Broadhead Lient. Col. T.J. Copeland 1st Major W.S. Atwood 2nd A. Paldi 3rd C.H. Town.

Camp Palmer, 1st Regiment Mich. Cavalry [graphic] : Col. T.F. Broadhead Lient. Col. T.J. Copeland 1st Major W.S. Atwood 2nd A. Paldi 3rd C.H. Town.

Soldiers Home in the city of Philadelphia. This certifies that [Charles Macalester] having contributed the sum of [fifty] dollars is constituted a [life] member of the Soldiers Home. Philada. [graphic]/ Drawn by Stephen H. [sic] Ferris; Engraved by John S

"A guard of colored soldiers"

Brady's Album Gallery.

Specimen sheet Union, patriotic and humorous designs upon envelopes

Cartes de visite reproductions of Civil War era sketches by H.C. Bispham

Cooper Shop Volunteer Refreshment Saloon, the first opened for Union Volunteers in the United States. 1009 Otsego St. Philadelphia. [graphic].

View of the Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon, Philadelphia, where over 300,000 Union soldiers have been fed. [graphic] / Schell del; Adrian - Probasco sc.

Camp Knox, 11th Regt. Me. Vols. [graphic] : John C. Caldwell, colonel.

Camp Chase, 12th Regt. R.I. Vols., Col. George H. Brown, commdg. [graphic].

Camp Chase, Va. 11th Regt. N.H. Vols. [graphic] : Col. Walter Harrinan, Commdg.

View of the encampment of the Corn Exchange Regiment 118th. Penn. Vols. near Falls of Schuylkill. [graphic] / Del. & Lith. by J. Magee ; Lith & Print. by W. Boell, 311 Walnut St.

View of the encampment of the Corn Exchange Regiment 118th. Penn. Vols. near Falls of Schuylkill. [graphic] / Del. & Lith. by J. Magee ; Lith & Print. by W. Boell, 311 Walnut St.

Cooper Shop Volunteer Refreshment Saloon, the first opened for Union Volunteers in the United States. 1009 Otsego St. Philadelphia. [graphic].

Sheridan's cavalry at the Battle of Fisher's Hill. (Shenandoah Valley.) [graphic].

[Civil War miscellanies] [graphic]

Cartes de visite reproductions of "Campaign Sketches" [graphic] / [Designed and drawn on stone by Winslow Homer]

[Interior and exterior of the Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon hospital, southwest corner of Washington and Swanson Avenues, Philadelphia]

View of the encampment of the Corn Exchange Regiment 118th. Penn. Vols. near Falls of Schuylkill.

Volunteer Refreshment Saloon, supported gratuitously by the citizens of Philadelphia, Pa.

Cooper Shop Volunteer Refreshment Saloon, the first opened for Union Volunteers in the United States. 1009 Otsego St. Philadelphia.

The Battle of Antietam, Md. Sept. 17th 1862. [graphic] : This splendid victory was achieved by the "Army of Potomac," commanded by their great general Geo. B. McClellan over the rebel army under Lee Jackson and a host of others utterly routing and compell

The Battle of Chickamauga, Georgia. fought on the 19th and 20th of September 1863. [graphic] : Genl Rosecrans having advanced the "Army of the Cumberland" into Northwestern Georgia, was attacked by the Rebel army in overwhelming numbers under Bragg, Longs

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