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Teaching the Negro recruits the use of the minie rifle

[Morris Island, South Carolina]

[Map of the Big Black River, Mississippi, in the vicinity of Bush and Birdsong's ferries, 1863]

Uri Manly to William P. Dole, Monday, November 30, 1863 (Appointment)

Black Valley railroad! Great central, broad gauge, fast route, from Sippington, through Tippleton and Topersville via Beggars-town, Demonland and Black Valley, to destruction! Accidents by collisions entirely avoided as no trains are run over th

John A. Dix to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, March 17, 1863 (Telegram reporting news from Virginia)

Wilson Chinn, a branded slave from Louisiana--Also exhibiting instruments of torture used to punish slaves

[Studio portraits of Japanese woman with tea implements and chest, a prince with his staff, government officials, and a Daimio (nobleman) with his wife ]

View of Capt. Bainbridge's battery, Port Hudson, LA

The most Revd. John Hughes--Archbishop of New York / printed by H. Peters ; engraved by J.B. Forrest from a photograph by Brady.

Letter to Major General Meade from Abraham Lincoln, October 5, 1863.

Home from the war

Let me die at home. By A. Anderson, Tune- Farewell, 'tis a lonely sound. Phila. Oct. 1863

Rappahannock Co., Virginia /

The picket

General Stuart's new aid

Lloyd's official map of the State of Virginia from actual surveys by order of the Executive, 1828 & 1859

Chicago German Union League to Isaac N. Arnold, Friday, June 05, 1863 (Resolutions protesting suppression of newspapers)

[Two long-necked creatures accosting a noodle shop customer]

Union soldiers at Point Lookout, Tennessee

[Officers of U.S. horse artillery brigade, near Culpeper, Va., September, 1863]

Survey of Prince George Co., Virginia /

[Signal tower on roof of house]

Passages of the Rappahannock and Battle of Fredericksburg, December 10th to 16th, 1862 : copied from the original belonging to Gen'l. Burnside /

[Abraham Lincoln]

[Studio portraits of Japanese officers (yaconin) and a high priest dressed in robes]

Joseph C. G. Kennedy to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, June 30, 1863 (Offers his house to Lincoln)

[Abraham] Lincoln's summer home, Washington, D.C.

The rebs lament on leaving Penn., "You want us back in the Union, and now we've come you won't let us stay"

[Civil War envelope with "God save the Union"]

Ireland's last martyrs

The great American What is it? chased by Copper-heads

Virginia. Headquarters, New York Herald. Army of the Potomac

Interest on $10,000, from date of coupon to November 1st - Current six months, containing 184 days ... Jay Cooke, Subscription agent. 114 South Third Street, Philad'a [1863?].

The emancipation of the negroes, January, 1863 - The past and the future / Drawn by Mr. Thomas Nast.

An army mule. September 28, 1863

129th Reg + ILL Volls. [sic] at camp "Lady Polk," Nashville, Tenn

Abraham Lincoln to Samuel P. Lee, July [4] 1863 (Alexander Stephens' request to pass military lines)

Edwin M. Stanton to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, April 07, 1863 (Telegram informing Lincoln that he will attend his brother-in-law's funeral)

Joshua R. Giddings to John G. Nicolay, Monday, April 06, 1863 (Introduction)

First blow for liberty

Johnson's Georgetown and the city of Washington : the capital of the United States of America /

Federal dead on the field of battle of first day

Stamp duties imposed by the act of Congress of July 1, 1862 and its amendment of March 3, 1863. New York: Published by Macoy & Herwig, stationers. [c. 1863].

Theodore Roosevelt to John G. Nicolay, Tuesday, May 05, 1863 (Requests report from Committee on Conduct of War)

Ponton [i.e. pontoon] bridges at "Franklins crossing" 2-1/2 miles below Fredericksburg, Va., laid April 29th 1863 - from plain above river bottom Bridges were laid here in Decr. 1862 & in April & June 1862 [i.e. 1863].

Thanksgiving festivities at Fort Pulaski, Georgia, Thursday, Nov. 27 / from a sketch by our special artist, W.T. Crane.

[Studio portraits of Japanese families, a bridesmaid and a teahouse]

A settlers hut on the Red river

Arthur H. Boreman and A. S. Garretson to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, October 31, 1863 (Request reply to their letter)

Cassius M. Clay to Samuel Hallett & Co., Wednesday, April 08, 1863 (Printed letter)

Preliminary chart of main entrance to Charlotte Harbor, Florida

Drum Corps, 93d New York Infantry, Bealton, Va., August, 1863

Map of supplementary reconnaissance of the approaches to Philadelphia by the Lancaster Turnpike : including the section between Villa Nova and Paoli /

Richmond and its defences. Constructed and engraved to illustrate "The war with the South"

Map of the southern states, including rail roads, county towns, state capitals, count roads, the southern coast from Delaware to Texas, showing the harbors, inlets, forts and position of blockading ships.

Peter H. Watson to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, February 20, 1863 (Cover letter)

Peter Page to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, May 01, 1863 (Introduces Martin Delany)

Group at transportation office, Aquia Creek, Va.

John O. Fuller to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, March 21, 1863 (Telegram regarding removal of General Curtis)

[Map of northwest Alabama and northeast Mississippi].

Admiral Porter's second dummy frightening the Rebels at Vicksburg

W. B. Wynkop to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, February 26, 1863 (Case of Isaac Fowler)

The battle of Chancellorsville Sunday, May 3rd, 1863 /

On the Potomac nr. Williamsport. Rebel crossing ; Rebel Pontoons at Falling Waters

[Map of Culpeper County with parts of Madison, Rappahannock, and Fauquier counties, Virginia] /

[Group of Russian sailors from the navy ship Variag during visit to New York City]

The voice of a democrat. The following letter is from the Hon. John C. Palmer, president of the Sharps' rifle company. It will amply repay a perusal. Washington, March 27, 1863.

Rebel line in front of Sedgwick--Mine Run 1863

Siege of Charleston - the magazine of Fort Moultrie exploded by a shell from the grounded MONITOR WEEHAWKEN, Sept. 8, [1863]

[Federal dead on the field of battle of first day, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania]

Headquarters of the Union Army commanded by Gen. Grant, on the banks of the Mississippi, near Vicksburg [steamboats in backgrd.]

Samuel Wilkeson to John G. Nicolay, Monday, March 30, 1863 (Introduction)

Abraham Lincoln to Francis P. Blair, Sr., Thursday, July 30, 1863 (Expedition to Texas and William Alexander)

[Lewis Hicks of Company H, 53rd North Carolina Infantry Regiment with pistol in front of painted backdrop showing a gabled house]

Seat of war in America, 6d.

Portions of the military departments of Virginia, Washington, Middle & the Susquehanna /

Cauldwell & Whitney to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, February 25, 1863 (Case of Isaac Fowler)

J. M. Cummins, Tuesday, January 13, 1863 (Certifies poor health of Charles B. Sloan)

[Civil War envelope showing woman holding flag with message "For the Union" and USS New Hampshire]

Henry W. Halleck to William Rosecrans, Thursday, May 21, 1863 (Telegram reporting that there is no more cavalry to send)

An U.S. baggage train on its way to the Army at Falmouth, Va.

Map of the seat of war in Virginia : showing the theatre of operations of Gens. Hooker, Dix, and Keyes, and the scene of Gen. Stoneman's raid.

Federal dead on the field of battle of first day, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

Historical sketch of the Rebellion : [United States] /

John M. Schofield to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, June 20, 1863 (Telegram regarding emancipation in Missouri)

Stephen Girard, 1750-1831

Schuyler Colfax to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, April 21, 1863 (Conscription)

Arrival of Negro family in the lines

[Morris Island, South Carolina. Battery Weed. Five 10-inch siege mortars]

[Morris Island, South Carolina. 300-poinder Parrot Rifle after bursting of muzzle]

Map of the Battle of Gettysburg, Penna. : showing positions held July 2nd 1863.

Abraham Lincoln, April 6-10, 1863 (Memorandum on Military Tactics)

[A. M. Scales, Brigidier General, C.S.A., half-length portrait, facing right]

The Battle of Chancellorsville, Sunday May 3rd 9 p.m.

Wm. H. Lambert, Capt. 33rd N.J. Inf., U.S.A.

B. R. Barlow to Hiram Barney, Friday, October 16, 1863 (Cover letter)

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Middlesex. ss. To either of the constables of the Town of Reading.- Greeting.- In the name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, you are hereby required to notify and warn the inhabitants ... qualified to vote ...

Topography of the north side of Hunting Creek near Alexandria, Va. /

Abraham Lincoln to Edwin M. Stanton, Saturday, May 09, 1863 (Appointment for William Lilley)