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[Tools necessary to prove and load guns]

Print shows various tools used in loading and firing cannons, and views of wheels and axels for cannons.

Elevation of a truck-carriage [and] plan of a truck carriage

Print shows two views of a "Truck carriage."

Amunition waggon

Print shows the elevation and plan of an amunition wagon with view of undercarriage and axels.

Pontoon carriage

Print shows the plan and pontoon of a pontoon carriage, with a view of the axel.

Gin - engine for drawing the fuzes out of the shell - box with grapeshot - section of a petard

Print shows various devices used with artillery and a cross-section of a petard.

[Bunker Hill]

Soldiers digging and pulling artillery, horse pulling, and battle scene.

Charge of the light cavalry brigade, 25th Oct. 1854, under Major General the Earl of Cardigan / W. Simpson delt. ; E. Walker lith.

Print shows Lord Cardigan leading the charge of the light brigade toward Russian artillery on the left, in the foreground, Russian artillery fire on the left flank of the charging light brigade, as artillery on... more

[Two sketches: Stonemans battery opens. The gunboat porter?]

Artillery unit in battle and broadside view of steamship.

U.S. Gun Boat "Fanny"

Broadside view of steamship.

[Soldiers preparing for battle]

May be the battle of Charles City Road.

A soldier's wife at Fort Niagara / engd. by T. Walker.

Print shows a woman lifting cannon balls in an artillery bunker during a battle at Fort Niagara in New York, during the War of 1812.

Castle Pinkney [sic]

Gun placements inside fort.

Lt. Raphael

Full-length portrait of officer and coehorn.

[Group of civilians near monument]

Street scenes pedestrians milling around a military monument, artillery in foreground.

Fort Pillow ?, Tenn.

Photograph shows mounted guns and fortifications along the perimeter of a fort.

8 inch barbette in battery

Photograph of mechanical drawing showing cannon and barbette.

Fort Brady [i.e. Fort Carroll]

Photograph shows mounted guns and ammunition around the perimeter of a fort, possibly interior of Fort Carrol in Giesboro, Washington, D.C. instead of Fort Brady.

Fort Johnson, Charleston Harbor, S.C. Fort Sumter in distance

Photograph shows two mounted guns at the parapet inside Fort Johnson.

Salute of 161 guns

Soldiers in dress uniform prepare to fire a cannon, soldiers marching in background.

Fort Carroll, Wash., D.C.

Photograph showing guns and ammunition in Fort Carrol, near Giesboro, Washington, D.C.

Ft. Brady, Interior

Photograph showing mounted guns and ammunition around the perimeter of a fort, possibly interior of Fort Carrol in Giesboro, Washington, D.C. instead of Fort Brady.

Battery at Annapolis, Md.

Photograph shows four mounted cannons.

Potomac River, Sept. 31st, 1861

Broadside view sidewheel steamship.

Ft. Carroll, Wash., D.C.

Photograph showing guns and ammunition inside of Fort Carrol, near Giesboro, Washington, D.C.

Interior of Fort Marion, Saint Augustine, Florida

Photograph shows soldiers with artillery in the yard of the fort.

Fort Johnson, Charleston Harbor, S.C. Fort Sumter in the distance

Photograph shows mounted guns with view of Fort Sumter in the background.

Harrisons landing

Tents, and cannons covered with cloth.

Interior of Redoubt No 3--Fair Oaks

Three sketches depicting plan, interior, and distant view of military redoubt.

Battery No. 1, near Yorktown, Virginia / negative by Wood & Gibson ; positive by A. Gardner.

Photograph showing the cannons used by the Union army in a battery near the York River.

Battery of thirty-two pounders, Fredericksburgh, May 3, 1863

Photograph shows artillerymen preparing their guns with men on horseback behind them.

Grant's Great Campaign--Stevens's Battery at Cold Harbor.

Wood engraving for DRWG/US A Waud, no. 426 (A size).

Nr Fort Steadman [sic]

Faint sketch of battery and earthworks.

Mortar dictator in front of Petersburg / negative by David Knox ; positive by A. Gardner.

Photograph showing a group of military personnel around a thirteen inch mortar used to fire on Petersburg.

After the mine Petersburg

Very faint sketch with mortar in foreground, hazy battlefield in background.

Battle at Black River, M[ar]ch 16th, 65

Lone rider on road, with batteries, cabin, trees, and smoke.

The ruins of the 600 lb. Blakely Gun, Frazier's Wharf, Charleston, S.C., exploded by the rebels at the time of the evacuation

Stereograph showing wrecked carriage of Blakely gun on the Battery in Charleston, South Carolina.

Interior view of Castle Pinckney, Charleston Harbor, S.C. City in the distance

Stereograph showing a mounted cannon and ammunition inside the fort.

Interior views of Fort Moultrie, Charleston, S.C., April, 1865

Photograph shows mounted gun and soldiers at the parapet of the fort.

View of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter). On the parapet, overlooking the harbor

Stereograph showing abandoned artillery, gabions, and chevaux-de-frise on parapet of Fort Sumter.

Fort C.F. Smith, Co. L, 2d New York Artillery

Group of soldiers with cannon and caisson.

Captured guns at Richmond ready for transportation to Washington, May, 1865

Photograph showing a stockpile of captured Confederate weapons at Rocketts wharf in Richmond.

Park of captured guns at Rocketts, Richmond, Va.

Stereograph showing a large group of seized Confederate cannons and caissons on the wharf at Rocketts in Richmond. Two men stand in the foreground.

Dismantling of the rebel forts after the storming of Petersburgh (i.e. Petersburg), Va.

Stereograph showing Union soldiers standing and sitting on a rifled cannon and other artillery in the interior of a Confederate fort.