Back to top

Camp Vermont, Va. 4th Dele. Infy. [graphic] : Col. A.H. Grimshaw. Comd. 3rd Brigade. Lt. Col. C. Carroll Tevis. Major C.C. Lammot. Adjt. W.H. Cloward Q. Master. John F. Toner.

The great fight at Charleston, S.C., April 7th, 1863 [graphic] : Between 9 United States "Iron-Clads," under the command of Admiral Dupont; and Forts Sumter, Moultrie, and the Cummings Point Batteries in possession of the rebels.

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

Camp Davis-- Ringgold Regiment, 104th Penna. Vols. [graphic] : Colonel W.W.H. Davis.

Camp Meridian Hill 7th Regt. N. Jersey vols. [graphic] : Col. Revere.

Camp Morris, 138th Regt. N.Y. Vols, Col. [graphic] : Col. Joseph Welling, commdg.

Camp near Ft. Lyon, Va., 26th N.Y.V., Colonel Wm. H. Christian. [graphic].

Camp Pomroy, 111th Regiment, New York [graphic] : Col. J. Segoine commdg.

Camp of Second Mass. Regt., [graphic] : Col. George H.J. Gordon, commanding.

Camp of the 131st Regt. Pa. Vols. [graphic] : P.H. Allbach, Col. Lieut., Col. Wm. B. Shaut, Ad. Col.

Camp Chase, 147th Regt. N.Y.S.V. [graphic] : Col. A.P. Warner, commdg.

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

Camp Casey, 87th Regt. N.Y.S.V. [graphic] : Col. Dodge.

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

Camp of "The Webster Regiment," 12 Mass. Vols. Cantonment Hicks, 1st Brigade, Genl. Banks division, near Frederick Md. [graphic] : Col. Fletcher Webster com., Lt. Col. T.M. Bryan major, E. Burbank surgeon, Jedediah Baxter asst. surgeon, J. Hayward qr. mas

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

Camp Chase, 7th Regt. R.I. Vols [graphic] : Col. L.R. Bliss, Commdg.

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

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.

The terrible conflagration at Ninth and Washington Streets, Philadelphia. On the morning of Wednesday February 8th 1865. [graphic].

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

The terrible conflagration at Ninth and Washington Streets, Philadelphia.

The Burd Orphan Asylum of St. Stephen's Church.

The old flag again waves over Sumter Raised by Capt. Bragg of Gen. Gillmore's Staff on the 18th February 1865. [graphic].

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

The Battle of Gettysburg, Pa., July 3d. 1863. [graphic] : This terrific and bloody conflict between the gallant "Army of the Potomac," commanded by their great General George G. Meade, and the host of the rebel "Army of Virginia" under General Lee, was co

The Battle of Newbern, N.C., March 14th, 1862. Brilliant victory of the Union forces under Genl. A.E. Burnside and total rout of the rebel army, by the heroic volunteers of the North. [graphic].

The bombardment and capture of Fort Hindman, Arkansas Post, Ark. Jany 11th 1863. [graphic] : By the gun-boats, commanded by Rear Admiral D.D. Porter, and the Union troops under Maj. Genl. McClernand; the number of prisoners taken was 7000 being more than

Bombardment & capture of the forts at Hatteras Inlet, N.C. By the U.S. fleet under Commander Stringham and the forces under Genl. Butler, Aug. 27th 1861. [graphic].

Bombardment of Fort Pulaski, Cockspur Island, Geo. 10th & 11th of April 1862. [graphic] : After a bombardment of 30 hours, the fort surrendered unconditionally to the U.S.forces, under the immediate command of Genl. Q.A. Gillmore. 360 prisoners, 17 canon,

General Stoneman's great cavalry raid, May 1863. [graphic] : Through the heart of Virginia, spending ten days in the rebel territory; _ Crossing the Rappahannock on the 28th of April and returning to head-quarters May 8th after throughly [sic] destroying

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].