Photo taken from General Warren's headquarters at Beverly House of Union artillery massing for an advance.
Confederate Camp Washington (Battery Washington) near Sullivan's Inlet at Charleston.
The Capitol Building in Washington D.C. is nearly complete in this photograph taken just a few days after the Battle of Gettysburg.
Photo of the Capitol Building in Washington D.C. taken during the American Civil War.
This Confederate redoubt guarding Taylor's Bridge was captured by Union troops of Hancock's Corps on May 23 1864.
The Chain Bridge guarded by a Union pickett was one of the ways to cross the Potomac into Washington.
Taylor's Bridge, also known as the Chesterfield Bridge, where the Telegraph Road crosses the North Anna River. The 93rd New York Infantry seized the bridge under fire before the Confederates could destroy it.
City Point at the juncture of the Appomattox and James Rivers after its capture by General Benjamin Butler. This served as the primary logistics point for the Union army during its siege of Petersburg and Richmond from June 1864 -
Chambersburg Pennsylvania in ruins after Confederates under General McCausland reciprocated against the Union for their destruction during Hunter's raid in the Shenandoah Valley.
Chambersburg Pennsylvania was destroyed by McCausland's Confederate cavalry in July 1864.
This unidentified, dead Confederate soldier of Ewell's Corp was killed during their attack at Allsop's Farm during the Battle of Spotsylvania. His right knee had been shattered and he had bandaged it but a later wound tearing his left shoulder apart caused him to bleed to death. In article Battle of Spotsylvania Court House
Fort Stevens (formerly Fort Massachusetts) near the summer home of Abraham Lincoln. On July 12, 1864 Lincoln was standing on the ramparts of this fort when the surgeon standing beside him was wounded in the leg by a Confederate sharpshooter.
Union calvary general Alfred T. A. Torbert (seated center holding saber in front of him) and staff at their headquarters during the Shenandoah Valley campaign under Sheridan in 1864. In article Alfred Thomas Archimedes Torbert
Union General US Grant smokes with his back to the smaller tree as he makes the decision with his council to "fight it out". The decision was a costly one as it lead to the Union defeat at the Battle of Cold Harbor and more than 10,000 Union dead. In article Battle of Cold Harbor
Civilians of Atlanta scramble to board the last train to leave under the mandatory evacuation order given by General William T. Sherman. Many wagons and belongings had to be abandoned. In article Atlanta in the American Civil War
General Sherman's mandatory evacuation order in September 1864 led to this photograph of the last train leaving Atlanta. With overloaded cars, it will not have enough room for civilians to bring all of their belongings which can be seen littered beside the tracks beside the wagons they leave behind. In article Atlanta in the American Civil War
Union General George Gordon Meade (center) and staff. This photo is approximately two months before General John Sedgewick (2nd from right in rounded hat) was killed at the Battle of Spotsylvania on May 9, 1864. In article [[w:|]]
Confederate earthworks overlooking the battlefield at Resaca, 1864. In article Battle of Resaca
Confederate General-in-Chief Robert E. Lee photographed in 1865. In article Robert E. Lee
"Remains of the Circular Church and 'Secession Hall' where South Carolina decided to leave the Union". In article St. Andrew's Hall
General Hazen's men of the Fifteenth Corps man a captured Confederate siege gun at Fort McAllister for the camera. Standing at attention above and facing the weapon is a U.S. Marine and beside him leaning on his saber is a cavalryman. In article Second Battle of Fort McAllister