James E. and Joan Singer Schiele Print Collection, 1848-1876.
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Reading and Mendle Rooms  
III. Civil War [series]:


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1. General Mead at Gettysburg ()
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2. The Runaway Limber: A Recollection of Gettysburg (17 x 13-5/8 inches,matted.)
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3. Martial Law (33 x 41 inches, framed.)
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4. Lee at Chancellorsville (18-3/4 x 18-3/4 inches,matted.)
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5. Major Gen. George B. McClellan on the Battle Field of Antietam (29-1/8 x 35-3/8 inches,matted.)
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6. General Stonewall Jackson W.E. Marshall, artist and engr. (14-3/8 x 17-5/8 inches,matted.)
Gift of Thomas F. Eagleton to Jim Schiele.
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7. Robert E. Lee ()
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8. Gen. Cockrell, C.S.A. (7-1/2x 10 inches, matted.)
Gift of Thomas F. Eagleton to Jim Schiele.
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9. Carl Schurz (7-3/8x 11-7/8 inches, matted.)
Gift of Thomas F. Eagleton to Jim Schiele.
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10. W.T. Sherman, Major General H.W. Smith. (10-5/8 x 14 inches,matted.)
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11. Abraham Lincoln ()
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12. U.S. Grant ()
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13. Jefferson Davis ()
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14. Departure of the 7th Regiment (Broadway, N.Y.) (24-1/8 x 18-1/4 inches,unmatted.)
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15. Parade of the Grand Army ofthe Republic (26 x 19-1/2 inches,unmatted.)
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16. Jefferson Davis and His Cabinet with General Lee ()
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17. 'The regiment went swinging off into the darkness' ()
One of three charcoal and ink sketches created for a special edition of the book The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane.
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18. 'The guns followed the teams with an air of unwillingness' ()
One of three charcoal and ink sketches created for a special edition of the book The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane.
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19. 'The men cuddled behind the small embankment' ()
One of three charcoal and ink sketches created for a special edition of the book The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane.
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20. On the March to the Sea (46-7/8 x 32-3/4 inches,matted.)
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21. The Army of the Potomac (24-7/8 x 19-3/4 inches, matted.)
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22. Grand Review in Washington, September 24th, 1861 (24-7/8 x19-3/4 inches, matted.)
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23. The Rebel Army Crossing the Potomac, September 27th, 1862 (15-3/4 x10-5/8 inches, unmatted.)
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24. The First Gun at Fort Sumter (11-5/8 x 10 inches, matted.)
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25. General Lyons at Wilson's Creek (10-3/4 x 9-1/2 inches,matted.)
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26. Grand Review of the Armies of the United States, at Washington, D.C., May 23,1865 (20-3/4 x 16-5/8 inches,matted.)
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27. General U.S. Grant (25-7/8 x 32-1/4 inches,unmatted.)
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28. George B. McClellan, Major-General (21-7/8 x33-5/8 inches,unmatted.)
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29. Winfield Scott, Lieutenant General of the U.S.A. (10-3/8 x 13-1/2 inches,matted.)
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30. Major-General Joseph Hooker, Commander in Chief of the "Army of the Potomac" (13 x 17-3/8 inches,matted.)
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31. George Armstrong Custer (12-1/4 x 13-3/4 inches,matted.)
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32. General Sigel, U.S.A. (8-1/8 x 10 inches,matted.)
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33. Brigadier-General Nathaniel Lyon (13-3/4 x 19-1/8 inches,matted.)
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34. Stanton, Secretary of War (11-3/4 x 15 inches,matted.)
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35. A Bivouac Fire on the Potomac (25-5/8 x 19-1/2inches, matted.)
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36. Map of the United States ()
Printed and hand-colored in England.
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37. Gettysburg: Repulse of Longstreet's Assault (47-1/4 x 27-3/8 inches,matted.)
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38. Gettysburg (11-5/8 x9-1/8 inches, matted.)   

Color modern print.

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39. The Battle of Gettysburg, PA. July 3rd, 1863 (19-3/8 x 16 inches,matted.)
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40. Assassination of President Lincoln (39-3/4 x 24-3/4 inches,matted.)
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41. A Negro Regiment in Action (25-1/2 x 19-3/8 inches,matted.)
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42. Battery Going Into Position (15-3/4 x 10-5/8 inches,unmatted.)
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43. The True Defenders of the Constitution (16x 11 inches, unmatted.)
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44. Surrender of General Lee (12-7/8 x 11-3/4 inches,matted.)
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45. Battle of Wilson's Creek; Death of General Lyons (12-1/4 x 11-1/4 inches,matted.)
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46. Attack on Fort Wagner (12-5/8 x 11-1/4 inches,matted.)
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47. Bombardment of Fort Sumter (23-1/2 x 17-1/8 inches,unmatted.)
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48. Major-General George G. Meade at the Battle of Gettysburg, July 3, 1863 (10 x 14 inches,unmatted.)
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49. A Part of the Battle of Shiloh, Fought on the Morning of April 6th,1862 (20-1/4 x 17-1/8 inches,matted.)
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50. The Battle of Pittsburg, Tenn., April 7th, 1862 (11-3/4 x 9-3/8 inches, matted.)
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51. Bombardment of Fredericksburg, VA ()
Gift of Nancy Galofre to Jim Schiele.
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52. A Group of Union Prisoners (15-5/8 x10-5/8 inches, unmatted.)
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53. The Outbreak of the Rebellion in the United States, 1861 (30 x 23-1/2 inches,matted.)
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54. Massachusetts Militia Passing Through Baltimore (12x 10-3/4 inches, matted.)
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55. Battle of Shiloh,Tenn. (14x 11-1/2 inches, matted.)
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56. Christmas Eve, 1862. (25-3/8 x 19 inches, matted.)
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57. Gettysburg (12-1/4 x 10-1/4 inches,matted.)
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58. The Life of a Spy -- In Nine Tableaux (15-3/4 x 10-3/8 inches,unmatted.)
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59. The Great Civil War (11-1/2 x 14 inches,matted.)
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60. General Sherman's Grand March Through Central Georgia (21-3/4 x 15-5/8 inches,unmatted.)
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61. United We Stand: Thanksgiving (22-3/8 x 15-7/8 inches,unmatted.)
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62. The War for the Union, 1862-- A Bayonet Charge ()
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63. Collection of four prints, including: Entrance of the Army of the Potomac into Richmond (6-3/8 x 9-7/8 inches,unmatted.)
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64. Collection of six prints, including: Bombardment of Fort Sumter (6-3/8 x 9-7/8 inches,unmatted.)
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65. Collection of five prints, including: The Attack on Fredericksburg (6-3/8 x 10 inches, unmatted.)
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66. General Burnside (11-3/4 x 16-3/4 inches, unmatted.)
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67. General McClellan (29-1/8 x35-3/8 inches, matted.)
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68. On the Southern Plains in 1860 (19-7/8 x13-1/2 inches, matted.)
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69. Capture of Fort Donelson, Tenn. (14 x 11inches, matted.)
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70. Battle of the Wilderness: Attack at Spottsylvania (14 x 11inches, matted.)
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71. Battle of Ball's Bluff, VA (14 x 11inches, matted.)
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72. The Last Stand of the Confederacy on Virginia Soil (20-1/2 x 15-3/4 inches,unmatted.)
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73. Jefferson Davis' Last Quadrille (10 x 8-3/4inches, matted.)
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74. Night Drill on the Levee (11-1/4 x16-1/8 inches, unmatted.)
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75. Photograph of Sherman's Tomb (13-1/8 x 17-5/8 inches,matted.)
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76. Grant and the General's Army of the Potomac (25-7/8 x 20inches, matted.)
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77. The War in America: Assault on Ft. Wagner (13x 18 inches, matted.)
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78. Illustrations of the war in America by our special artist. (11-1/8 x 15-5/8 inches, unmatted.)
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79. The Union is Dissolved (8-5/8 x11-1/4 inches, unmatted.)   

Facsimile of the Charleston Mercury.

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80. Maj. Gen. Ambrose E. Burnside, Gov. of Rhode Island (14-3/4 x 18-3/8 inches matted.)
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81. The Battle of the Wilderness (10-3/8 x 15-1/8 inches,matted.)
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82. Triumphal Entry of the Union Army Under General Grant Into Vicksburg, after its surrender by General Pemberton, July 4th, 1863 (16x 11-1/8 inches, unmatted.)
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83. Funeral Procession of President Lincoln as it Started from the Depot in Philadelphia, April 22d, 1865 (9 x13-1/4 inches, matted.)
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84. President Lincoln's Funeral Procession in Washington City ()
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85. Abraham Lincoln: Sixteenth President of the United States of America ()
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86. The Battle at Pittsburg Landing ()
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87. Andrew Johnson (11-1/2 x 14 inches,matted.)
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88. General U.S. Grant, General in chief of the Armies of the United States (17 x 20-1/4inches, matted.)
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89. Glorious Charge of Hancock's Division (2nd) of the Army of the Potomac at the battle near Spottsylvania Court House, Va., May 12,1864 (18 x 14-5/8inches, matted.)
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90. Thanksgiving In Camp (19-3/8 x15-1/8 inches, matted.)
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91. Sketch of the Battles of Chancelorsville, Salem Church and Fredericksburg ()
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92. Battle of Mill Spring: flight of the Confederate Army (24-1/8 x 19inches, matted.)
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93. Retreat of the Confederate Garrison from Fort Walker to Bluffton (24-1/8 x 19inches, matted.)
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94. Christmas Boxes in Camp --Christmas, 1861 (14-1/2 x19-3/4 inches, matted.)
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95. J.E. Johnston (12 x 15inches, matted.)
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96. After the Battle - The Rebels in Possession of the Field (26 x 19-3/4inches, matted.)
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97. The Supply Train (22-3/8 x17-1/4 inches, matted.)
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98. Battle of Bull Run, Va., Fought, July 21st, 1861, between the Federal Army commanded by General McDowell, and the Confederate Army, commanded by Generals Beauregard and Johnston (25 x 19-3/4inches, matted.)
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99. Terrific Charge of the Federal Troops (Sumner's Division) upon the Confederate Fortifications located on the Terrace behind Fredericksburg, Va., December 13th,1862. (25 x 19-3/4inches, matted.)
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100. The Seceding Mississippi Delegation in Congress (15-1/4 x20-1/2 inches, matted.)
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101. The Negro in the War -Various Employments of the Colored Men in the Federal Army (22-1/4 -16-3/4 inches.)   

The Soldier in our Civil War

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102. Consecration of the National Cemetery at Gettysburg, Pa., November 18th 1863, by Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States, and His Cabinet (22-1/4 x16-3/4 inches.)   

The Soldier in our Civil War

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103. Going into action. ()
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104. Major General Franz Sigel. ()
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105. The Escaped Slave in the Union Army. ()
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106. The Battle of Bull Run, 2 pm. July 21, 1861. ()
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107. The Battle of Chicamauga-Thomas's Men Repulsing the Charges of the Rebels. ()
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108. Army of the Potomac-the Struggle for the Salient, near Spottsylvania, Virginia. May 12, 1864. ()
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109. The Inauguration of Abraham Lincoln as President of the United States, at the Capitol, Washington, March 4, 1861. ()
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110. The War for the Union-Surprise of Rebel Guerrillas by a Squadron of United States Cavalry. ()
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111. Abraham Lincoln. ()
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112. Battle of Rich Mountain. ()
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113. Attack on the Massachusetts 6th at Baltimore. ()
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114. Geo. B. McClellan: Likeness from a recent photograph from life. ()   

Matted with McClellan signature dated March 14, 1870

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115. Battle of Pittsburg Landing. ()
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116. Battle of the Wilderness-Attack at Spottsylvania Court House. ()
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117. Naval Conflict in Hampton Roads-Action Between the Monitor & Merrimac. ()
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118. Capture of Fort Donelson. ()
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119. Battle of Lookout Mountain ()
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120. Sheridan in the Shenandoah Valley (October, 1864)-The rout of General Rosser, and struggle for the last Confederate gun at Mount Jackson. ()
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121. Fortifications thrown up to protect the United States Arsenal at St. Louis, Missouri. ()
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122. The Union Cavalry and Artillery starting in pursuit of the rebels up in the Yorktown Turnpike. ()
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123. The Pontoon Bridges. ()
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124. Capture of Stuart’s Confederate guns, near Culpepper, by General Custer’s Cavalry Brigade, September 14th, 1863. ()
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125. Battle of Spottsylvania Court House, Va., May 8th, 1864. ()
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126. Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 1st, 1863. ()
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127. Sketch on the line of the Second Corps at the Battle of the Wilderness, Va., May 10th, 1864. – Waiting for the enemy ()
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128. Gordon’s and Crawford’s Brigades driving the Confederate forces from the woods, at the Battle of Cedar Mountain, August 9th, 1862. ()
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129. Confederate batteries shelling the federal position on the night of the Battle of Cedar Mountain, August 9th, 1862. Wounded men lying on the ground – McDowell’s Corps marching on the field. ()
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130. General Custer’s Fifth Regulars, Colonel Ash, charging into J.E.B. Stuart’s camp, near Charlottesville, Va. ()
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131. W.T. Sherman ()
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132. Scene in Savannah, Ga., on the receipt of the news of the occupation of Tybee Island by the Federal forces. – Indiscriminate flight of the inhabitants. ()   

From a sketch by a refugee.

The Soldier in our Civil War

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133. Invasion of Maryland, 1864. – Driving off cattle and plunder taken from the farmers by Early’s Cavalry. ()   

The Soldier in our Civil War

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134. The Federal Army intrenched before Petersburg. – A night scene in the trenches. ()   

The Soldier in our Civil War

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135. Federal baggage-train of Pope’s army making their way toward Manassas Junction. ()   

The Soldier in our Civil War

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136. A Cavalry Charge. ()   

Life Studies of the Great Army series, Plate 26

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137. The Union Cavalry and Artillery starting in pursuit of the rebels up the Yorktown Turnpike. ()   

Life Studies of the Great Army series, Plate 26

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138. Brigadier-General George A. Custer (13 3/4 x 18 3/4 inches, matted.)
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139. Huntsville, Alabama, From General Logan’s Head-Quarters; Dragging Artillery Through the Mud. (15 x 19 3/4 inches, matted)
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140. Abraham Lincoln (18 ½ x 22 ¼ inches, matted.)
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141. Lincoln's Gettysburg Address. (12 x 16 ¼ inches, unmatted.)
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142. Gen. Robert E. Lee Leaves McLean House at Appomatox After Signing the Surrender of the Civil War...1865. (14 1/2 x 16 1/4 inches, matted.)   

2 copies.

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143. The Seceding South Carolina Delegation. (14 1/2 x 19 1/4 inches, matted.)   

Vol. IV-No. 208.

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144. Hon. Abraham Lincoln, Born in Kentucky, February 12, 1809. (14 3/4 x 19 1/2 inches, matted.)   

Vol. IV-No. 202.

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145. The Seventy-Ninth Regiment (Highlanders) New York State Militia. (16 x 20 inches, matted.)
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146. Our Army Before Yorktown, Virginia. (19 1/2 x 25 3/4 inches, matted.)
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147. Capture of Fort Donelson. (8 x 10 inches, matted.)
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148. Storming of Fort Donelson. (8 x 10 inches, matted.)
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149. Farragut entering Mobile Bay. (8 x 10 inches, matted.)
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150. Seige of Vicksburg. (11 x 14 inches, matted.)
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151. Battle of Antietam : Gallant charge of Gen. Burnside's division at the bridge. (11 x 14 inches, matted.)
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152. Battle of the Wilderness - Attack at Spottsylvania Court House. (11 x 14 inches, matted.)
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153. Battle of Shiloh. Recapture of artillery by a portion of Gen. Rosseau's command. (11 x 14 inches, matted.)
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154. Capture of Fort Donelson. (11 x 14 inches, matted.)
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155. R E Lee. (11 x 14 inches, matted.)   

Print includes printed reproduction of signature.

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156. Battle of Gettysburg. (11 x 14 inches, matted.)
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156. General McClellan surrendering the command of the Army of the Potomac to General Burnside. (13 x 18 inches, matted.)   

Page 740.

Clipping on back of mat dated November 22, 1862 refers to A.R. Waud sketches on pages 740 and 741.

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157. View from Maryland Heights at sunrise. (13 x 18 inches, matted.)   

Page 741.

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158. The Battle of Antietam - The First Maryland Battery in the fore-ground. (13 x 18 inches, matted.)   

Page 644.

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159. The Army of the Potomac - Our outlying picket in the woods. (13 3/4 x 18 1/2 inches, matted.)   

Page 359.

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160. The Battle of Antietam fought September 17, 1862 - General Mansfield's corps in position in the centre. (13 3/4 x 18 1/2 inches, matted.)   

Page 648 and 649.

Clipping from page 655 dated October 11, 1862 refering to A.R. Waud illustrations.

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161. 150 years ago, St. Louis was scene of secession struggle. (12 x 16 1/2 inches, matted.)   

Page B3.

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162. Bridge at Antietam. (8 3/4 x 14 1/2 inches, matted.)   

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163. Ten dollar Confederate bill. (3 x 7 inches.)   

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164. Battle of Winchester, VA., March 23rd, 1862-decisive bayonet-charge of the Fedral troops, led by General E.B. Tyler. (18 1/4 x 23 3/4 inches, matted.)   

Page 322-323.

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165. View of the battlefield of Second Bull Run, as sketched in August, 1863, by Edwin Forbes. (13 1/4 x 18 1/4 inches, matted.)   

Page 140.

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166. The Battle of Cross Keys, Shenandoah Valley, Sunday, June 8th, 1862-Opening of the fight. (13 1/4 x 18 3/4 inches, matted.)   

Page 328.

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167. General Bank's division recrossing the Potomac from Williamsport, MD., to attack "Stonewall" Jackson.-Band of the Forty-Sixth Pennsylvania playing national airs on the Virginia shore. (13 1/2 x 18 1/4 inches, matted.)   

Page 326.

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168. Monitor & Merrimac, 1st fight between ironclads. (21 1/4 x 27 1/2 inches, matted.)   

Modern reproduction of 1886 chromolithograph. No. 11 of 500.

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169. Genl. Franz Siegel, the hero of Missouri. (21 1/4 x 20 1/4 inches, matted.)