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The Seat of war in New England, by an American volunteer, with the marches of the several corps sent by the Colonies towards Boston, with the attack on Bunkers-Hill.

His Majesty's ship Liverpool, being hauled off from the wharf, it is expected and ordered, that every man absent from her, do immediately repair on board, or they will be apprehended at Defertes. Ten volunteer seamen wanted for the above ship He

A Dismounted Light Horse Volunteer

I. A. Cole, et al to Thomas Jefferson, July 23, 1807, Volunteer Troops

To the "Natchez Volunteer Rifle Corps." Attention! ... Our late brave and beloved Chief the immortal Jackson, it is understood, is approaching near our city on his way to Tennessee, and it is confidently believed, that the "Natchez, Volunteer Ri

Charles Nicolas Baron Fabvier (1783–1855), French soldier and volunteer in War of Greek Independence

The Volunteer

[Unidentified member of the Calwater Grays, a company of the 1st Regiment of Artillery of the Pennsylvania Volunteer Militia, half-length portrait, seated, facing front, wearing uniform]

map from "The Twelve Months' Volunteer; or, Journal of a Private in the Tennessee Regiment of Cavalry, in the campaign in Mexico, 1846-7 ... Including a complete history of the war with Mexico. Embellished with ... engravings, from drawings by the author"

map from "The Twelve Months' Volunteer; or, Journal of a Private in the Tennessee Regiment of Cavalry, in the campaign in Mexico, 1846-7 ... Including a complete history of the war with Mexico. Embellished with ... engravings, from drawings by the author"

The Volunteer Firemen, Columbus Celebration, New York, U. S. A.

The Volunteer Firemen, Columbus Celebration, New York, U. S. A.

Springfield Illinois Zouave Greys to Abraham Lincoln, [December 1860] (Volunteer to accompany Lincoln to Washington)

[Flag of the Richland Volunteer Rifle Company]

[Portrait of Sgt. James W. Travis, 38th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, U.S.A.]

A Union Volunteer

Review of the Mass. volunteer militia, at Concord, Sept. 9, 1859, by his excellency (commander in chief) Nathaniel P. Banks / Endicott & Co., lith.

Volunteer militia and eastern army guide. One hundred and fifty miles around Richmond.

[Unidentified soldier in Confederate Virginia volunteer uniform with bayoneted musket]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform and Ohio Volunteer Militia belt buckle]

[Two unidentified soldiers in Union uniforms and Ohio Volunteer belt buckles with bayoneted muskets]

[Colonel Harrison Allen (1835-1904) of Warren County, Pennsylvania, 151st Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry]

[Unidentified soldier in Ohio Volunteer Militia uniform with bedroll and musket]

The Ordnance armory, Charleston, S.C. - the volunteer troops trying the arms - from a sketch by our special artist now in Charleston, S.C.

[Private William V. Haines of Company H, 49th Ohio Infantry Regiment, in uniform and Ohio Volunteer Militia belt buckle with drum]

Our volunteer fire department, a series of illustrations representing the various steam fire-engines now used in New York

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform and Ohio Volunteer Militia belt buckle with bayoneted musket]

Sumter Light Guards, Company K, 4th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, CSA. April 1861

Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon of Philadelphia / J. Queen, del. & lith. ; T. Sinclair's Lith., 311 Chestnut St. Phila.

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform of the 119th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, wearing the belt buckle of the Philadelphia Reserve Brigade]

The ordnance armory, Charleston, S.C. - the volunteer troops trying the arms / from a sketch by our special artist now in Charleston, S.C.

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform and Company H cap with bayoneted musket, cap box, and Volunteer Maine Militia (VMM) belt buckle in front of American flag]

Review of the volunteer troops in Fort Moultrie, on Sullivan's Island, Charleston Harbor, S.C., in the presence of Mrs. Pickens and Miss Pickens, the wife and daughter of the governor of South Carolina / from a sketch by our special artist now in Charleston.

Citizens Volunteer Hospital Association of Philadelphia cor. of Broad St. & Washington Ave.

"The forlorn hope" - volunteer storming party, consisting of portions of the 7th Michigan and 19th Massachusetts, crossing the Rappahannock in advance of the Grand Army, to drive off the Rebel riflemen, who were firing upon the Union pontoniers, Wednesday, December 10 / from a sketch by our special artist, Henri Lovie.

Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon and Hospital / J. Queen del. & lith.

Cooper shop volunteer refreshment saloon

Letter from Abraham Lincoln announcing the draft of 1,968 from New Hampshire.

[Interior and exterior views of the Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon hospital, southwest corner of Washington and Swanson avenues, Philadelphia]

Citizens Volunteer Hospital - corner of Broad St. and Washington Ave. / drawn & lith. by James Queen, Philada.

[Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry drilling at Columbus, Kentucky]

[Bayoneted rifles on racks at arsenal of 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, Columbus, Kentucky] / From Carbutt's Garden City Photographic Gallery. 131 Lake Street, Chicago.

[Soldiers from the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry playing cards at Columbus, Kentucky]

The United States Volunteer Service.

[Detachment of 50th N.Y. Volunteer Engineers, Pontoon Wagon and Saddle Boat]

Marsh, Hon. Benjamin Franklin of Ill. enlisted in Regt. Ill. later Colonel 16th Ill. Volunteer Infantry

At a meeting of the Union Volunteer Refreshment Committee on the 19th of April 1865, the following preamble and resolutions were adopted.

Citizens Volunteer Hospital Association of Philadelphia Instituted September 5th 1862 / / from nature Jas. Queen.

At a meeting of the Union Volunteer Refreshment Committee on the 19th of April 1865, the following preamble and resolutions were adopted.

Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon, foot of Washington Avenue, Philada.

Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon, foot of Washington Avenue, Philada.

Clark, Hon. Rush of Iowa (Aided in the organization of volunteer regiments from Iowa during the Civil War)

Volunteer Uhlan Regiment Count Triani, 1866

Styrian Volunteer Alpine Jäger Corps, 1866

map from "Iowa and the Rebellion. A history of the troops furnished by the State of Iowa to the Volunteer Armies of the Union ... Third edition"

map from "Iowa and the Rebellion. A history of the troops furnished by the State of Iowa to the Volunteer Armies of the Union ... Third edition"

map from "Iowa and the Rebellion. A history of the troops furnished by the State of Iowa to the Volunteer Armies of the Union ... Third edition"

map from "Iowa and the Rebellion. A history of the troops furnished by the State of Iowa to the Volunteer Armies of the Union ... Third edition"

map from "Iowa and the Rebellion. A history of the troops furnished by the State of Iowa to the Volunteer Armies of the Union ... Third edition"

map from "Iowa and the Rebellion. A history of the troops furnished by the State of Iowa to the Volunteer Armies of the Union ... Third edition"

map from "Iowa and the Rebellion. A history of the troops furnished by the State of Iowa to the Volunteer Armies of the Union ... Third edition"

map from "Iowa and the Rebellion. A history of the troops furnished by the State of Iowa to the Volunteer Armies of the Union ... Third edition"

map from "Iowa and the Rebellion. A history of the troops furnished by the State of Iowa to the Volunteer Armies of the Union ... Third edition"

map from "Iowa and the Rebellion. A history of the troops furnished by the State of Iowa to the Volunteer Armies of the Union ... Third edition"

The celebrated trotting horse Gloster by volunteer, dam by Stockbridge Chief: Winner of the first prize in the $6,000 purse, for 2:20 horses, at Rochester, N.Y. Aug. 14th 1874

The American Volunteer.

The American volunteer. (Granite statue.)

American volunteer.

American volunteer.

The American Volunteer.

The American Volunteer.

The American Volunteer.

The American volunteer. (Granite statue.)

The American Volunteer [sculpture].

The American Volunteer [sculpture].

Columbus, Ohio, August 12, 1880. To the of the United States: We, the undersigned, late soldiers of the 46th Regiment Ohio Volunteer infantry, respectfully represent that to our knowledge Col. Worthington of that regiment was never chargeable wi

Wreck of the Volunteer

The National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. Central Branch, Ohio. Memorial Day, Friday, May 30th, 1884. Under the auspices of Veteran Post No. 5, Department of Ohio, Grand Army of the Republic, National Home for D. V. S., Ohio ... [Centra

Volunteer march [from] The Army chaplain

Rigging the Volunteer at Lawley's

TESTIMONIAL DINNER TO CAPTAIN CHARLES J. PAINE,OWNER OF THE VOLUNTEER AND EDWARD BURGESS,DESIGNER [held by] ? [at] "DELMONICO'S, NEW YORK, NY" (REST)

The Volunteer, trial trip, under way

Volunteer

TESTIMONIAL DINNER TO CAPTAIN CHARLES J. PAINE,OWNER OF THE VOLUNTEER AND EDWARD BURGESS,DESIGNER [held by] ? [at] "DELMONICO'S, NEW YORK, NY" (REST)

Volunteer turning S.H. [i.e. Sandy Hook] Lightship, Sept. 27, 1887

Volunteer, trial trip, weighing anchor

Volunteer

Agnes and Volunteer

Volontärskolan i Karlsborg.

Volunteer

Volunteer

Volunteer

Volunteer

Volunteer

The Volunteer, Goelet Cup Race, August 7, 1891

Gracie [and] Volunteer foul

Iroquois [and] Volunteer

Eastern branch national home disabled volunteer soldiers. Togus, Kennebec County, Maine. 1891 / sketched and drawn by Wm. H. Prince, Togus, Me.

Gracie [and] Volunteer foul

Gracie [and] Volunteer foul