James E. and Joan Singer Schiele Print Collection, 1848-1876.
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   Container / Location    Title
Reading Room  
I. Kurz & Allison [series]:
 
Battle Scenes. [subseries]:
Consists of 36 chromolithographs, 1 facsimile. Arranged in battle order by James E. Schiele.

Note: Battle order does not necessarily reflect date of publication.

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1. Battle of Wilson's Creek (30-1/8 x 23-3/8 inches,matted.)
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2. Battle of Williamsburg (30-1/8 x 23-3/8 inches,matted.)
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3. Battle of Antietam (30-1/8 x 23-3/8 inches,matted.)
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4. Battle of Champion Hill (30-1/8 x 23-3/8 inches,matted.)
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5. Battle of Gettysburg (31-5/8 x 24-1/2 inches,matted.)
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6. Siege of Vicksburg (30-1/8 x 23-3/8 inches,matted.)
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7. Assault on Fort Sanders (30-1/8 x 23-3/8 inches,matted.)
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8. Battle of Spottsylvania (31-7/8 x 25 inches,matted.)
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9. Battle of Cold Harbor (30-1/8 x 23-3/8 inches,matted.)
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10. Battle of Kennesaw Mountain (31-1/4 x 24-1/4 inches,matted.)
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11. Battle of Opequon or Winchester, Va (30-1/8 x 23-3/8 inches,matted.)
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12. Battle of Nashville (30-1/8 x 23-3/8 inches,matted.)
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13. Battle of Five Forks,Virginia (30-1/8 x 24 inches,matted.)
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14. Fall of Petersburg (30 x 23-1/4 inches,matted.)
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15. Battle of Bull Run (30-1/8 x 23-3/8 inches,matted.)
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16. Battle of Fort Donelson (30-1/8 x 24-1/8 inches,matted.)
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17. Battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas (30-1/8 x 24-1/8 inches,matted.)
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18. Battle Between the Monitor and Merrimac (31-3/8 x 24-3/4 inches,matted.)
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19. Battle of Shiloh (30-1/8 x 24-1/8 inches,matted.)
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20. Battle of Corinth (31-3/8 x 24-5/8 inches,matted.)
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21. Battle of Stone River Near Murfreesborough,Tennessee (30-1/8 x 24-1/8 inches,matted.)
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22. Battle of Chancellorsville (31-3/8 x 24-5/8 inches,matted.)
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23. Storming Fort Wagner (32-1/8 x 25-1/8 inches,matted.)
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24. Battle of Chickamauga (31-3/8 x 24-1/2 inches,matted.)
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25. Battle of Chattanooga (30 x 23-3/8 inches,matted.)
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26. Battle of Lookout Mountain (31-1/2 x 24-5/8 inches,matted.)
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27. Battle of Missionary Ridge (31-3/8 x 24-1/2 inches,matted.)
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28. Battle of Olustee, Fla (31-1/4 x 24-1/2 inches,matted.)
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29. The Fort Pillow Massacre (30-1/8 x 24-1/8 inches,matted.)
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30. Battle of the Wilderness (31-1/2 x 25-1/8 inches,matted.)
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31. Battle of Resaca (28-1/8 x 21-7/8 inches,unmatted.)
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32. Battle of Atlanta (31-1/2 x 24-1/2 inches,matted.)
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33. Battle of Cedar Creek (31-3/8 x 24-5/8 inches,matted.)
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34. Battle of Franklin (30-1/8 x 24-1/8 inches,matted.)
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35. Capture of Fort Fisher (30-1/8 x 24-1/8 inches,matted.)
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36. Battle of Fredericksburg (30-1/8 x 23-3/8 inches,matted.)
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37. Battle of Fort Donelson (29-1/2x 24 inches, framed.)
 
Additional Prints. [subseries]:
7 lithographs.

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1. Capitulation & Surrender of Robert E. Lee and His Army at Appomattox C.H., Va. to General U.S. Grant. April 9, 1865. (29-1/8 x 23-1/2 inches,matted.)
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2. General Ulysses S.Grant (24-3/4 x 31-3/4 inches,unmatted.)
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3. General Philip H.Sheridan (24-3/4 x 31-7/8 inches,matted.)
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4. John Brown (22-1/8 x 28-1/4 inches,unmatted.)
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5. Harper's Ferry (29-5/8 x 24-3/8 inches,matted.)
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6. Destruction of the U.S. Battleship Maine (18-1/8 x14-1/2 inches, matted.)
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7. Declaration of Independence (32-1/8 x25-1/8 inches, matted)
Reading Room  
II. Antebellum [series]:


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1. County Election George C. Bingham,artist.  (33-3/8 x 26 inches,matted.)
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2. Thomas Jefferson. T. Knight.  ()
From A History of U.S. by Bartlett published 1856.
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3. Transfer of Louisiana Territory 1803. St. Louis Globe-Democrat  ()   

Supplement to The St. Louis Globe-Democrat.

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.)   

Reading and Mendle Rooms  
IV. Slavery and Abolition [series]:


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1. John Brown ()
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2. John Brown (14-7/8 x 18-5/8 inches,matted.)
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3. The Dred Scott Case ()   

Replica of the Dred Scott decision handed down at the St.Louis Courthouse in 1852.

Gift of Thomas F. Eagleton to Jim Schiele.

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4. St. Louis Court House in 1840 ()
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5. A Slave Auction at the South (18-3/4 x 14-1/4 inches,matted.)
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6. Slave Sale: Charleston, South Carolina (21 x 16-1/2inches, matted.)
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7. Political "Blondins" Crossing Scott River (22-3/4 x 18 inches, matted.)
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8. The Irrepressible Conflict (23 x 17-1/4 inches, matted.)
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9. Charles Sumner (22-3/4 x29-3/4 inches, matted.)
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10. Charles Sumner (11-1/4 x 17inches, unmatted.)
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11. Henry Ward Beecher (8x 10-1/8 inches, matted.)
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12. H.B. Stowe (11x 14 inches, matted.)
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13. H.B. Stowe (17-1/4 x 24-1/8 inches, matted.)
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14. William Lloyd Garrison (7-3/4 x 10 inches,matted.)
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15. Horace Greeley (9-1/8 x 12-1/8 inches,unmatted.)
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16. Eminent Opponents of the Slave Power (11x 14 inches, matted.)
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17. Chief Justice Taney (18-1/4 x22-7/8 inches, unmatted.)
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18. John Brown Conduit au Supplice, a Charlestowne (10-5/8 x15-7/8 inches, unmatted.)
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19. Charles Sumner (10-3/4 x 13-1/8inches, unmatted.)
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20. Dred Scott ()   

Photographic reproduction of a portrait at the Missouri Historical Society.

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21. Sumner Statue, Harvard Square (13 x 15-1/4 inches,matted.)
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22. Frederick Douglass (21-1/4 x 32-1/8 inches,matted.)
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23. Massachusetts Abolitionist, Vol. 2, No. 10 (28-3/8 x22-5/8 inches, matted.)
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24. Uncle Tom's Cabin (10 x 20-1/8 inches,matted.)
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25. National Anti-Slavery Standard, Vol. XVII, no. 22 (21-3/4 x29-1/8 inches, matted.)
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26. Dred Scott Circuit Court petition facsimile. ()
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27. First meeting of Uncle Tom and Eva   

Scenes from Uncle Tom’s Cabin, no. 2.

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28. The Political Vampire (10 x 15 inches, matted)
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29. Das Court-House in St. Louis. (11 1/4 x 12 1/4 inches, matted)
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30. Expulsion of Negros and Abolitionists from Tremont Temple, Boston Massachusetts, on December 3, 1860. (14 x 15 1/2 inches, matted)
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30. John Brown, 1800-1859. (22 3/4 x 35 inches, matted)
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V. Emancipation & Reconstruction [series]:


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1. The First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation Before the Cabinet from the original picture painted at the White House in 1864. ()
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2. Reading the Emancipation Proclamation (25 x 23-3/4 inches, matted.)
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3. Contrabands Coming Into Our Lines, Under the Proclamation (15-7/8 x 10-7/8 inches,unmatted.)
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4. Arrival of a Federal Column at a Planter's House in Dixie (19x 14 inches, matted.)
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5. Dedicated to the Chicago Convention; compromise with the South (19-1/8 x 14 inches,matted.)
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6. Abraham Lincoln Entering Richmond, April 3, 1865 (11-1/8 x 9-5/8 inches,matted.)
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7. Convention or Massacre, Which is the More Illegal? (14x 19 inches, matted.)
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8. Playing Possum (18-3/4 x 13-3/4 inches, matted.)
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9. Andrew Johnson's Reconstruction, and how it works (19-3/4 x 26-1/2 inches, matted.)
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10. Bound to Shine!! (19-1/4 x16-3/8 inches, matted.)
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11. A Negro Funeral in Virginia (15-3/4 x 11 inches,unmatted.)
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12. The Negro Exodus -- The Old Style and the New (16-1/2 x 11-5/8 inches,unmatted.)
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13. The Proclamation of Emancipation (21x 26 inches, matted.)
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14. William H. Seward ()
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15. The Declaration of Independence on Cloth, 1886. (24-7/8 x20-3/8 inches, unmatted.)   

On cloth.

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16. Emancipation (27x 21 inches, matted.)
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17. President Lincoln and His Cabinet. Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation. (33-1/4 x 27-3/8 inches,matted.)
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18. Marching On! - The Fifty-Fifth Massachusetts Colored Regiment singing John Brown's March in the streets of Charleston ()
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19. Morning Mustering of the "Contrabands" (21-1/4 x 15 inches,matted.)
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20. Patience on a Monument (15-1/2 x 20-1/2 inches,matted.)
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21. The Fifteenth Amendment ()
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22. "He Wants to Vote the Democratic Ticket!" (20-3/8 x 16 inches,matted.)
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23. Decision in the Dred Scott Case (35x 23 inches, unmatted.)
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24. Contrabands Coming into Camp in Consequence of the Proclamation (18-1/2 x13-3/4 inches, matted.)
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25. The Emancipation Proclamation (12 x17 inches, matted.)
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26. Scene on a Mississippi River Steamer - "The Parting Song" (15-1/2 x 11inches, unmatted.)
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27. World Renowned Plantation Songs (14-1/4 x 18-1/8 inches,matted.)
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28. The Last Stand (24 x 18-3/4inches, matted.)
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29. How We Won the Battle (23-3/8 x 20-3/8 inches,matted.)
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30. This is a White Man's Government (10-3/4 x15-7/8 inches, unmatted.)
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31. The Ignorant Vote - Honors are Easy (11-1/8 x16-1/8 inches, unmatted.)
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32. A Shell in the Rebel Trenches (14-7/8 x10-3/8 inches, unmatted.)
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33. Freedom to the slaves. ()
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34. Rumsey's Darktown hook and ladder corps. Going to the front. ()
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35. Pulling down the statue of George III. By the "Sons of Freedom". ()
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36. The Broken Shackles. ()
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37. The Christmas Dinner Gone! ()
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38. Scene on a Southern Plantation ()
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39. Exciting scene in the House of Representatives, January 31st, 1865, on the passage of the Amendment to the constitution abolishing slavery forever. ()
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40. All the difference in the world. ()
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41. Southern sketches-- A gentleman of color. ()
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42. The coaching season in Blackville--The grand start. ()
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43. Negroes hiding in the swamps of Louisiana. ()
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44. The boss of the road. ()
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45. Plantation police, or home-guard, examining passes on the road leading to the levee of the Mississippi River. ()
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46. “Is this a Republican form of government? Is this protecting life, liberty, or property? Is this the equal protection of the laws?” ()
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47. “No small breed fer yer Uncle Abe dis Chris’mas Ain’t he a cherub?” ()
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48. ‘Possums and persimmons. ()   

Vol. 29, no. 1465.

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49. The Fifteenth Amendment. ()   

Copy.

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50. New Year's contraband ball at Vicksburg, Miss., during the siege. (13 1/2 x 18 1/4 inches, matted.)   

Page 74.

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VI. Postbellum [series]:


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1. To Arms! (11 x 14 inches,matted.)
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2. Memorial Day Number, 1894 (10 x15-3/8 inches, unmatted.)
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3. Vicksburg Parade (20-1/8 x 16-1/8 inches, matted.)
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4. The Battle of the U.S.S."Kearsarge" and the C.S.S. "Alabama" (27 x 30-1/2inches, unmatted.)
Poster of the Edouard Manet painting housed in the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
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5. The Statue of "The Freed Slave"in Memorial Hall (14-1/8 x 15-1/2inches, matted.)
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6. Emigrants Crossing thePlains (16x 13 inches, matted.)
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7. Sitting Bull (11-7/8 x 15inches, matted.)
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8. The Ghost Dance by the Ogallala Sioux at Pine Ridge Agency, Dakota (23 x 16-1/2inches.)
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9. Juila Ward Howe at Ninety. (23 x 16-1/2inches.)
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10. Plowing it under. ()   

Edition of 250.

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11. Back from the fields. ()
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12. [Children around a statue of Lincoln] ()
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13. Lieutenant Casey’s Last Scout. A Run to the Scout Camp. (13 3/4 x 19 3/4 inches, matted.)
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14. Crow Indians Firing Into the Agency (15 x 19 1/4 inches, matted.)
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15. American Homestead Spring (14 1/2 x 18 1/2 inches, matted.)
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16. A Home on the Mississippi. (14 3/4 x 17 3/4 inches, matted.)
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17. City of St. Louis. (12 x 15 1/4 inches, matted.)
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18. Selections from the James E. & Joan Singer Schiele Collection. (9 1/4 x 11 1/2 inches, matted.)
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19. In Tennessee. (14 1/4 x 17 1/2 inches, framed.)   

Signed by artist.

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20. Lt. Col George A. Custer's Tomb at West Point. (10 x 19 inches, matted.)   

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20. [Two tipis and a cart]. (16 3/4 x 20 3/4 inches, matted.)   

Reproduction Copy.

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21. Sitting Bull. (25 3/4 x 21 inches, matted.)   

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22. The Offering. (33 1/2 x 25 3/4 inches, matted.)   

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23. Battle of Little Big Horn. (16 x 19 inches, matted.)   

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24. [Drawing of American Flag]. (9 1/4 x 12 inches.)   

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VII. Print Material [series]:


   
1. Lay this Laurel: an album on the Saint-Gaudens Memorial on Boston Common ()
   
2. The Red Badge of Courage ()
   
3. The history of the Civil War in America, v.2 ()
   
4. Without Sanctuary: Lynching Photography in America ()
   
5. Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory: The Civil War in Art ()
   
6. The Middle Passage: White Ships, Black Cargo ()
   
7. Battles of the Civil War: The Complete Kurz & Allison Prints,1861-1865 ()
   
8. A Bird's-Eye View of Our Civil War ()
   
9. Campaigning with Grant ()
   
10. The Paper of Ulysses S.Grant, v.14 ()
   
11. Life of Abraham Lincoln:being a biography of his life from his birth to his assassination; also a record of his ancestors, and a collection of anecdotes attributed to Lincoln ()
   
12. The Annotated Uncle Tom's Cabin ()
   
13. Battle Cry of Freedom: the Civil War era ()
   
14. Slavery in New York ()
   
15. John Brown the Hero: personal reminiscences ()
   
16. The Daily Correspondence of Brevet Colonel Robert E. Lee, Superintendent, United States Military Academy, September 1, 1852 to March 24,1855 ()
   
17. The Shaw Memorial: a celebration of an American masterpiece ()
   
18. The Wood Engravings of Winslow Homer ()
   
19. Courage and Conscience: Black& White abolitionists in Boston ()   

Published for the Boston Athenaeum.

   
20. Civil War St. Louis ()
   
21. Testament to Union: Civil War Monuments in Washington, D.C. ()
   
22. The True Story of U.S. Grant ()
   
23. The Union Image: Popular Prints of the Civil War North ()
   
24. The Civil War: The Artists' Record ()
   
25. Gettysburg: The Confederate High Tide ()
   
26. Personal Recollections of General Nathaniel Lyon ()
   
27. Abraham Lincoln: Speeches and Writings, 1859-1865. ()
   
28. Ulysses S. Grant: Memoirs and Selected Letters ()
   
29. Memoirs of General William T. Sherman ()
   
30. The Fight for Missouri ()
   
31. The Outbreak of Rebellion ()
   
32. Atlanta ()
   
33. The Peninsula: McClellan's Campaign of 1862. ()
   
34. The Army under Pope ()
   
35. The Dramatic Life of Abraham Lincoln ()
   
36. The Blue Coats ()
   
37. Abraham Lincoln ()
   
38. I, Dred Scott ()
   
39. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Famous Leaders and Battle Scenes of the Civil War ()
   
40. Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War ()
   
41. The Slaves ()
   
42. Battles of the Civil War 1861-1865: From Fort Sumter to Petersburg. ()
   
43. Portrait life of Lincoln. ()
   
44. Poetry of the Civil War. ()
   
45. On becoming Abraham Lincoln. From the 1893 biography. ()   

1st ed.

   
46. Uncle Tom’s Cabin. ()   

Korean ed.

   
47. Lincoln through the lens: how photography revealed and shaped an extraordinary life. ()   

Inscribed by the author.

   
48. Atlas for the American Civil War. The West Point Military History Series. ()   

   
49. Picturing Victorian America : Prints by the Kellogg Brothers of Hartford, Connecticut, 1830-1880. ()   

Signed by the editor.

   
50. Thirty years after: An artist’s memoir of the Civil War. ()
   
51. Currier & Ives: Printmakers to the American people. ()
   
52. John Steuart Curry: Inventing the Middle West. ()
   
53. Gardner’s photographic sketchbook of the American Civil War 1861-1865. ()
   
54. Terrain of freedom: American art and the Civil War. ()   

Museum Studies, vol. 27, no. 1.

   
55. Grant Wood: The lithographs: a catalogue raisonné. ()
   
56. Augustus Saint-Gaudens in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. ()   

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Vol. 66, no. 4.

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57. The Illustrated London News. ()   

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58. Life. ()   

Gettysburg article.

   
59. McClellan’s own story: The war for the Union; the soldiers who fought it, the civilians who directed it, and his relations to it and them. ()   

   
60. The Chancellorsville Campaign: March-May, 1863. ()   

   
61. Winslow Homer. ()   

   
62. American Heritage: The Civil War. ()   

   
63. History of the great Rebellion. ()   

Confederate bill laid in at page 288 removed to print collection drawer.

   
64. A Currier & Ives Treasury. ()   

   
65. The Frederic Remington Art Museum collection. ()