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U.S.S. Chicago, one of the crew
Pag. 167] [ Artegleria (=Artilleria?) de la Guardia de Corps, Guardia Real. (1798)
[Title page illustration for La pyrotechnie showing columns, arches, a huge fire emanating from a cauldron, cannons and cannon barrels of various sizes, as well as flaming cannon balls]
[Illustration for chapter one of L'art de jetter les bombes showing a man standing amid artillery shooting cannon balls]
[Tools necessary to prove and load guns]
Elevation of a truck-carriage [and] plan of a truck carriage
Elevation of a powder cart [and] plan of a powder cart
Gin - engine for drawing the fuzes out of the shell - box with grapeshot - section of a petard
Büchsenmeister des Artillerie-Corps. 1786
rtilleros de Reale. Guardia Españolas de Infanteria. (1793).
Real Cuerpo de Ingenieros. Creado Año, de 1711. (1797).
Artigliere Spagnuolo. 1807
Spanische Artillerie. 1831
Artillerie a Cheval, 1832.
Feldwebel und Canonier eines Artillerie-Regiments, en parade
Marine Artillerie en parade
Bombardier des Bombardier Corps
Artillery à cheval. 1852
Charge of the light cavalry brigade, 25th Oct. 1854, under Major General the Earl of Cardigan / W. Simpson delt. ; E. Walker lith.
[Two sketches: Stonemans battery opens. The gunboat porter?]
Where the soldiers destroyed rebel battery
[Map of Battlefield--gun and troop placement]
U.S. Gun Boat "Fanny"
Ft. Monroe [Gunnery?]
Camp of R.I. Regiment
[Sharpshooter covering artillery men]
[Soldiers preparing for battle]
Marine. Artillerie. 1860
A soldier's wife at Fort Niagara / engd. by T. Walker.
Taylor's Dam on the Rappahannock
Rodman 10 pounder field piece
Castle Pinkney [sic]
[Group of civilians near monument]
Fort Pillow ?, Tenn.
8 inch barbette in battery
Fort Brady [i.e. Fort Carroll]
Fort Johnson, Charleston Harbor, S.C. Fort Sumter in distance
Salute of 161 guns
Fort Carroll, Wash., D.C.
Advance of the Army towards Lewinsville
Ft. Brady, Interior
Battery at Annapolis, Md.
[Mounted guns and ammunition around the perimeter of a fort, and tents in the background]
Potomac River, Sept. 31st, 1861
Ft. Carroll, Wash., D.C.
Interior of Fort Marion, Saint Augustine, Florida
Fort Putnam, previously Confederate Battery Gregg, Morris Island, S.C.
[Union soldiers stand around a mounted cannon at a fort]
Capt. Smith, 2nd N.Y. Artillery, Ft. Ward
[Three sketches including "Arrival of Zouaves," city or town street, and a soldier]
[Union soldiers and three mounted cannons inside a fort]
Fort Johnson, Charleston Harbor, S.C. Fort Sumter in the distance
Interior of Redoubt No 3--Fair Oaks
[Two scenes near Mechanicsville]
Marine Artillerie. 1862
Battery No. 1, near Yorktown, Virginia / negative by Wood & Gibson ; positive by A. Gardner.
Mal ...- Stua... (Och..). 1862
Kolonel de Artilleria. 1862
Battery of thirty-two pounders, Fredericksburgh, May 3, 1863
Quaker gun in Annandale
Grant's Great Campaign--Stevens's Battery at Cold Harbor.
14 Mass heavy Arty
Nr Fort Steadman [sic]
Lt. Porter tries spherical case, and shell
Mortar dictator in front of Petersburg / negative by David Knox ; positive by A. Gardner.
Battle of Res[a]ca
"Powder monkey" on U.S.S. New Hampshire, off Charleston, S.C.
Confederates dragging guns up Kenesaw
Union artillery at Petersburg
Casemated Field Work in the Union Siege lines at Petersburg
Grant's great campaign--Stevens's battery at Cold Harbor / from a sketch by A.R. Waud.
Right Sect & 3rd N.Y. Capt. Ashby 20 pdnr.
After the mine Petersburg
Battle at Black River, M[ar]ch 16th, 65
East Battery, Charleston, S.C. looking north, showing ruins of the 600 lb. Blakely Gun
Wreck of Blakely gun on the Frazer's wharf, Charleston, S.C.
The ruins of the 600 lb. Blakely Gun, Frazier's Wharf, Charleston, S.C., exploded by the rebels at the time of the evacuation
Interior view of Castle Pinckney, Charleston Harbor, S.C. City in the distance
Interior views of Fort Moultrie, Charleston, S.C., April, 1865
View in water battery, James River, Va.--Ready to fire
View of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter). On the parapet, overlooking the harbor
Fort C.F. Smith, Co. L, 2d New York Artillery
Captured guns at Richmond ready for transportation to Washington, May, 1865
Park of captured guns at Rocketts, Richmond, Va.
Dismantling of the rebel forts after the storming of Petersburgh (i.e. Petersburg), Va.