An east view of Fort Royal in the Island of Guadaloupe Vue du Fort Royal, dans l'Isle de Guadaloupe, du Cote de l'Est / / drawn on the spot by Lieut. Arch. Campbell Engineer ; engraved by Peter Mazell.
Print showing a view of Fort Royal on the coast of the Island of Guadeloupe with soldiers relaxing in the foreground, ships at sea, and sun rising in the background.
Print showing camp followers resting near windmill, with tents of a military encampment on the plains, with fields and trees in the background.
Print shows tents beneath large trees on the right and in the background, with soldiers and citizens clustered in small groups; at the far right is a drinking establishment with a sign that states "Pooles Inti... more
Print showing men, women, and children on the lawn in the museum garden, building on the left, and the tents of a military encampment, on the right.
Print shows soldiers relaxing in tents and talking on horseback, with women and children and dogs in the foreground, and a view of Westminster Abbey in the background.
Lieutenant General Sir John Campbell, full-length portrait, seated inside tent, facing left; Captain Hume, full-length portrait, standing outside tent, facing front.
Captain Morgan, Rifle Corps, A.D.C. to General Bernard, on Coxcomb the winner of the Crimean races, the property of Captain Barnard, Grenadier Guards
Captain Morgan sitting on horse, holding reins, facing left.
Print shows (from left) Capn. Sir Charles Russell, Bart, Capn. Charles Turner, Capn. Alexander Viscount Balgonie, Capn. Fredk. Bathurst, Capn. Burnaby, Lieut. Colonel Charles Lindsay, Col. Fredk. Wm. Hamilton, ... more
Stereograph showing soldiers from the 12th regiment relaxing in the barracks, most out of uniform and some sitting on their bunks.
Photograph shows Company B of the 9th Mississippi in a bivouac camp. The cook is identified as Kinlock Falconer. (Information from the Image of War, 1981).
Composite of seven views of Civil War life, related to song titles, showing soldiers marching, drinking and fighting in camp, woman at home, and black man seated on barrel labeled "contraband".
Photograph shows Union soldiers and men, probably photographers including G.H. or Don Houghton, in front of shed labeled "Picture Gallery" and tent at Camp Griffin, Langley, Virginia.
Camp Cameron, Georgetown, D.C., the encampment of the Seventh Regiment New York State Militia ; Service by Rev. Dr. Weston, chaplain of the Seventh Regiment, at Camp Cameron, on Sunday, May 5th, 1861 /
Illustrations show a view of Camp Cameron and soldiers and citizens attending an outdoor church service.
Soldier in barrel labeled "Too fond of whiskey; forged an order on the surgeon," with one soldier saying to him "How are you Monitor?" and another saying to him "Where's the Merrimac?"
[Grave of Corporal James Bryant of Co. E, 1st New York Light Artillery Battery, who was killed by lightning in Mechanicsville, Virginia]
Photograph shows reproduction of drawing, probably by Larkin Goldsmith Mead, of a grave and a tree engraved "Corp. Jas. Bryant, Co. E 1st N.Y.A. died June 3rd 62."
Photograph showing a group of men and women, including Union army officers' family members, on the porch of a house owned by Mrs. Lee. The two officers were members of the staff of Gen. McClellan and Gen. Burnside.
Photograph shows reproduction of drawing, probably by Larkin Goldsmith Mead, of photographers seated at a table in a room with equipment at Camp Griffin, Langley, Virginia.
Woman with sleeves rolled up holding basket, posed in front of tent with a soldier (possibly her husband) and three children, other soldiers in the background.
White soldier sitting facing young black servant, who is holding bottle and cake(?), with two other soldiers sitting and one standing in front of two tents.
Print shows two African American drovers, one with a pipe and the other with a whip, sitting on the back of a covered wagon, which is part of a baggage train for the Army of the Potomac.
Headquarters, Christian Commission in the field, Germantown / negative by J. Gardner, positive by A. Gardner.
Photograph showing members of the Christian Commission, a volunteer organization that offered spiritual consolation and supplies to soldiers, at their camp, possibly in Pennsylvania.
The Shebang, or quarters of the U.S. Sanitary Commission, Brandy Station / negative by J. Gardner, positive by A. Gardner.
Photograph showing the facilities of the United States Sanitary Commission, a privately funded agency that provided care and supplies to soldiers.
The Army of the Potomac in huts / / sketched by Theodore R. Davis. The teamsters' duel / sketched by Alfred R. Waud
Top illustration shows soldiers marching in front of log huts and one soldier cutting logs. Bottom illustration shows two black teamsters lashing each other with whips.
The operations near Washington--scene of the fight in front of Fort Stevens, July 12 & 13 / from a sketch by our special artist, E.F. Mullen.
Illustration showing soldiers behind low wooden barricades; the remains of a building burned to the ground; and the smoke from cannon fire in the background.
Comrades will all remember how we made a rush for the old well to fill our canteens, when on the march. This is the way it was
Stereograph showing soldiers lining up to fill their canteens at a well, which is protected by canvas, near Fredericksburg, Virginia. A group of African Americans seated on horses or on the ground, wait nearby.
Music cover showing five Civil War scenes, including three battle scenes, one hospital scene, and one of soldiers toasting in a dining room.