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The great battle of Murfreesboro, Tenn. _ Jany. 2nd 1863. Between the Union forces, under Genl. Rosecrans, and the rebel army under General Bragg. [graphic] : This was one of the greatest battles of the war commencing on the 31st December 1862 and after t

Interior of Fort Sumter during the bombardment, April 12th 1861. [graphic]

The Lexington of 1861. The Massachusetts Volunteers fighting their way through the streets of Baltimore on their march to the defence [sic] of the National Capitol April 19, 1861. Hurrah for the glorious 6th... [Baltimore] [graphic].

The siege of Charleston. Bombardment of Fort Sumter, and batteries Wagner and Gregg by the Union batteries on Morris Island, under command of General Gilmore._ August 1863. [graphic].

Terrific combat between the "Monitor" 2 Guns & "Merrimac" 11 Guns in Hampton Roads March 9 1862. In which the little "Monitor" whipped the "Merrimac" and the whole "school" of rebel steamers [graphic].

The Union iron clad Monitor "Montauk." Destroying the rebel steamship "Nashville," in the Ogeeche River, near Savannah Ga. _. Febry. 27, 1863. [graphic].

The U.S. sloop of war "Kearsarge" 7 Guns, sinking the pirate "Alabama" 8 Guns off Cherbourg France, Sunday June 19th 1864. [graphic] : The "Alabama" was built in a British shipyard by British workmen with British oak, armed with British guns, manned with

Victorious bombardment of Port Royal, S.C. Nov. 7th, 1861 by the United States fleet, under command of Commodore Dupont [graphic].

The victory of Roanoke, Feby. 8th, 1862. The brilliant and decisive bayonet charge of New York 9th Hawkins Zouaves. [graphic].

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;

Destruction of the rebel monster "Merrimac" off Craney Island May 11th, 1862 [graphic].

Destruction of the rebel ram "Arkansas"--by the United States gunboat "Essex," on the Mississippi River, near Baton Rouge, August 4th, 1862. [graphic].

Gallant charge of the "Sixty Ninth" on the rebel batteries at the Battle of Bull-run Va., July 21st, 1861. [graphic]

The old flag again waves over Sumter raised by Capt. Bragg of Gen. Gillmore's staff on the 18th February 1865. [graphic] / F. Fuchs.

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.

Arch Street ferry, Philadelphia [graphic] / Drawn, Engraved & Published by W. Birch Springland near Bristol Pennsylvania 1800.

Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon, of Philadelphia.

View of the Philadelphia volunteer refreshment saloons.

Shooting turkeys for Thanksgiving-Day

United States soldiers at Camp "William Penn" Philadelphia, PA

The dawn of liberty [graphic] : General Gage said "The very children here draw on a love of liberty with the air they breathe. You may go my brave boys, and be assured if my troops trouble you again they shall be punished." / Max Rosenthal del.; L.N. Rose

Freedom to the slaves. Proclaimed January 1st 1863, by Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States. “Proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof”__ Lev. XXV 10 [graphic].

Fairmount Fire Engine Co. No. 32, of Philadelphia [membership certificate]

Explosion and burning of the cartridge factory, cor. Tenth and Read [sic], March 2[9]th 1862.

Cathedral of St. Peter & St. Paul, Logan Square Philadelphia Pa.

Fairmount Water Works. Philadelphia.

Landsdowne Valley.

Bird's eye view, No. 1. From the market house. Chambersburg, Franklin Co., Pa., destroyed by the rebels under McCausland, July 30th, 1864.


First of April.

River Road at Fairmount Park. Phil. Pa.

View in upper east park.

Tabor Presbyterian Church, s.w. corner of Christian & 18th Sts. Philadelphia. Erected A.D. 1863.

Open your mouth and shut your eyes.

[The new Masonic Temple, Philadelphia]

Residence of Thomas Drake, Esqr., Germantown, Pa.

Funeral Car, used at the obesequies of President Lincoln, in Philadelphia, April 22nd, 1865,

Panorama of Washington. [graphic] : First in war. First in peace and first in the hearts of his countrymen.

Privat [sic] residence near Philadelphia.

[Ship Yorktown, Pier 20, East River]

Les pilules du Diable.


First steamboat on Hudson River.

The pic nic on the Fourth of July, "A day to be remembered"

Philadelphia, Paris & New-York fashions, for spring & summer of 1864. Published and sold by F. Mahan, no. 911, Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Philadelphia, Paris & New York fashions, for spring & summer of 1865, published and sold by F. Mahan, no. 911, Chestnut Street Philadelphia.

Philadelphia Paris & New York fashions for spring & summer of 1867, published and sold by F. Mahan, no. 911, Chestnut Street Philadelpiha.

[Goodwill Fire Company's horse-drawn ambulance in front of the company fire station on Race Street below Broad Street, Philadelphia]

"The Freedman's Bureau." [graphic] / Thos. Worth.