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The Army of the Potomac - A Scouting Party
November 16, 1861, page 726
A Night Scout in the Southwest - Surprise of an Outpost, and Survey of the Rebel Guns
April 4, 1863, page 217
The Life of A Spy - In Nine Tableaux
October 24, 1863, page 676
The Escaped Refugees from the Libey Prison
March 5, 1864, page 145
Exterior View of the Libey Prison,
Richmond, Virginia

October 17, 1863, page 669
Encampment of Union Prisoners at
Belle Isle, Richmond, Virginia

October 17, 1863, page 668
Interior of Libey Prison, Richmond, Virginia
October 17, 1863, page 669
The Prisons at Richmond
December 5, 1863, page 781
Escaping Union Officers Succored by Slaves
March 12, 1864, page 164
Rebel Cruelty - Our Starved Soldiers
June 18, 1864, page 385
The Levee at Memphis, Tenn. - Hauling Sugar and Cotton from their Hiding-Places for Shipment North.
July 5, 1862, page 417
Hoisting the Stars and Stripes over the Post Office at Memphis, Tennessee
July 5, 1862, page 420
Jackson's Monument at Memphis, Tennessee, Defaced by the Rebels
July 5, 1862, page 420
Colonel Ellet's Ram Fleet on the Mississippi
July 5, 1862, page 420
How to Deal with Female Traitors
October 12, 1861, page 656
Memphis (Tennessee) Before the War
March 15, 1862, page 168
General Stuart's New Aid
April 4, 1863, page 211
The Battle of Antietam - Fought September 17, 1862 - Burnside Holding The Hill
October 4, 1862, page 632-633
The Battle of Antietam - Fought September 17, 1862 - General Mansfield's Corps in Position in the Centre
October 11, 1862, page 648-649
Scenes of the Battlefield of Antietam
October 18, 1862, page 664-665
Portrait of General Longstreet
April 4, 1868, page 212
The Battle of Gettysburg - Longstreet's Attack
August 8, 1863, page 504-505
The Harvest of Death - Gettysburg
July 22, 1865, page 452
Portrait of the Late Colonel Shaw
August 15, 1863, page 525
Teaching the Negro Recruits the Use of the Minie Rifle
March 14, 1863, page 161
A Negro Regiment in Action
March 14, 1863, page 168-169
The Attack on Fort Wagner - The Stormers Advancing Under Fire
August 8, 1863, page 509
Portrait of General N. B. Forrest
February 18, 1865, page 109
The Massacre at Fort Pillow
April 30, 1864, page 284
Rebel Atrocities
May 21, 1864, page 328-329
This is a White Man's Government
September 5, 1868, page 568
The Drummer Boy of Our Regiment
December 19, 1863, page 805
About the Size of It
June 25, 1864, page 416
The Halt
October 1, 1864, page 628
Abraham Lincoln and the Drummer-Boy
April 27, 1867, page 264
The Last Men at Beaufort, S.C.
November 30, 1861, page 768
"Work Over" - Scenes Among the Contrabands
December 21, 1861, page 801
Arrival of a Federal Column at a Planter's House in Dixie
April 4, 1863, page 568
Winter Quarters in Camp - The Inside of a Hut
January 24, 1863, page 52
The Soldier's Dream
November 7, 1863, page 709
The Fourth of July, 1864
July 16, 1864, page 456-457
The Interior of Fort Sumter During the Bombardment
April 27, 1861, page 260
Map of Charleston Harbor, Showing Fort Sumter and the Confederate Batteries
April 27, 1861, page 261
Bombardment of Fort Sumter by the Batteries of the Confederate States, April 13, 1861
April 27, 1861, page 264-265
Columbia Awake at Last
June 8, 1861, page 368


"Jeff Davis's Face,"
July 18, 1863, page 464


That Old Hen, Jeff Davis
May 17, 1862, page 320
The House-Tops in Charleston During the Bombardment of Sumter
May 4, 1861, page 273
The War in the Border States
January 17, 1863, pages 40-41
John Morgan's Highwaymen Sacking Peaceful Village
August 30, 1862, page 548
The Situation in Ohio
September 20, 1862, page 608
Lincoln's Last Warning
October 11, 1862, page 656
Sensation Around 'Our Colored Brethren'
December 20, 1862, page 816
The Emancipation of the Negroes, January 1863
January 24, 1863, pages 56-57
Portrait of the Rebel Colonel Mosby
January 21, 1865, page 45
Mosby's Guerillas Destroying Sutlers' Train
September 5, 1863, page 561
Guerilla Depredations - Seizing Horses
December 24, 1864, page 829
Guerilla Depredations - Your Money or Your Life!
December 24, 1864, page 829
Portrait of Mrs. Major Reynolds
May 17, 1862, page 317
Bertha (who want to go to War...)
June 8, 1861, page 368
Filling Cartridges at the United States Arsenal at Watertown, Massachusetts
July 20, 1861, page 449
Scenes About Camp
July 20, 1861, page 453

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