SAMPLE TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 Town of Centreville, Virginia
2 Grigsby House, Headquarters of Joseph E. Johnston (General), Centreville, Virginia
3 Grigsby House, Headquarters of Joseph E. Johnston (General), Centreville, Virginia
4 Fort and Barracks, Centerville, Virginia; Confederate works, Autumn and Winter, 1861-1862
5 Quaker Guns in Fort, Centreville, Virginia
6 Fortifications, Heights of Centreville, Virginia; 5 soldiers pictured with full accoutrements; one soldier playing with dog
7 Fortifications, Heights of Centreville, Virginia. Soldiers, civilian, goat and little person standing close to fascine.
8 Stone Church Centreville, Virginia; 10 soldiers in foreground, one pictured with musket and bayonet.
9 Looking East Manassas, Virginia. 4 men pictured in foreground in civilian attire, railroad yard and train cars seen in the background.
10 Fortifications at Manassas, Virginia; wagons and train cars in the background.
11 Fortifications at Manassas, Virginia. 6 men in foreground in civilian and soldier attire.
12 Fortifications Manassas, Virginia occupied by 13th Massachusetts
13 Provost Guard, 9th New York Volunteer Infantry at Manassas, Virginia.
14 Clemens Knipschild (Captain, Company C, De Kalb Regiment, 41st New York Volunteer Infantry), at Manassas, Virginia. Photographed by Matthew Brady.
15 Ruins of Manassas, Virginia
16 Ruins of Manassas, Virginia. Ruins of railroad pictured.
17 Ruins of Manassas, Virginia. Dead horse in foreground; two boys, train cars, wagons, tents in background.
18 Blackburn's Ford Bull Run (1st), Virginia
19 Ruins of the Railroad bridge near Blackburn's Ford Bull Run (1st)
20 Ruins of the Railroad bridge near Blackburn's Ford Bull Run (1st)
21 Ruins of Stone Bridge Bull Run (1st)
22 Stone Bridge Bull Run (1st)
23 Stone Hospital-Matthew's House Bull Run (1st)
24 Ruins of Mrs. Henry's House on battlefield of Bull Run (1st)
25 Matthew's House, Slocum's grave, battlefield of Bull Run (1st)
27 Union POW at Camp Sumter: Bird's Eye View & North East Angle, views inside and around the stockade in Andersonville, Georgia
28 Union POW at Camp Sumter: South West View & South East View, views inside and around the stockade in Andersonville, Georgia
29 Union POW at Camp Sumter: North West View & North East View, views inside and around the stockade in Andersonville, Georgia
30 Grave Yard North of Stockade, Burial of Prisoners Andersonville, Georgia
31L Alfred Howe Terry (Major General, USV)
31 Headquarters 10th Army Corps at Hatcher's Farm, 1864. Alfred Howe Terry (Major General) and staff: William P. Shreve (1st Lieutenant), L.A. Stimpson (1st Lieutenant), Alfred Howe Terry (Major General), Atherton H. Stevens (Major), Adrian Terry...
32L Edward Worthington Smith (Lieutenant Colonel, AAG, Brevet Brigadier General, USV, 10th Army Corps)
32 Headquarters of 10th Army Corps. David Bell Birney (Major General) and staff - Edward Worthington Smith (Lieutenant), Briscoe (Captain), Dandy (Captain), Jones (Lieutenant), J. C. Henshaw (Major), William V. Hutchings (1st Lieutenant), John E.,...
33 1st Division, 1863-1864, headquarters, Rixey House 3rd Army Corps
34L "The two photographs of the 40th Massachusetts are responsible for the whole Loyal Legion Colleciton. The originals faded and seemingly useless were in the hands of Captain C.A. Currier 40th Massachusetts Infantry and about the year 1883 were...
34 Headquarters 1st Division-3rd Army Corps, Rixey House, Near Culpepper, Virginia 1863-1864.David Bell Birney (Major General) and staff: William P. Shreve (1st Lieutenant), B.S. Calef (1st Lieutenant), Edward L. Ford (Captain), J. B. Fassitt (1st...
35 Camp of the 40th Massachusetts Infantry, Miner's Hill, Virginia. Winter of 1862-1863,
36 Camp of the 40th Massachusetts Infantry Miner's Hill, Virginia. Winter of 1862-1863. Soldiers training with rifles.
37L 2 exterior views of Falls Church, Virginia. Image 2: Matthew Brady seated in front of church.
37 Exterior of Falls Church, Virginia in which General Washington owned a pew
38 Interior view of Falls Church, Virginia
39 Interior view of Falls Church, Virginia. Graffiti visible.
40 Colors of 19th Massachusetts Infantry. List of Battles: Ball's Bluff, York Town, West Point, Fair Oaks, Peach Orchard, Savage Station, White Oak Swamp, Malvern Hill, Second Bull Run, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Bristow...
41 Headquarters 4th Massachusetts Cavalry before Richmond, February 1865.
42 4th Massachusetts Cavalry Camp before Richmond, February 1865. Image 1: Field and staff: Lieutenant Lathrop, Adjudant, Lieutenant Soule, Regimental Quarter Master, Dr Weber, Colonel Washburn, Lieutenant Colonel Scott, Dr. Garvin. Image 2: Street of...
43 Camp at Varina, Virginia February, 1865. Image 1: Stable Company I, 4th Massachusetts Cavalry. Image 2: Street of Company M, 4th Massachusetts Cavalry.
44 Image 1: Camp in the rear of headquarters, Army of the James. Varina, Virginia February 1865. Image 2: Chapel 4th Massachusetts Cavalry
45L Battle of, the Crater Petersburg, Virginia
45 Image 1: Interior of the "Crater" Petersburg, Virginia Image 2: Fortifications at Fort Davis
46L George B. White (Commander), 1882; US Ship Kearsarge
46 Image 1: Crew of the USS Kearsarge on the deck of the ship; 32 lb Broadside Gun, Danforth, C.H., Acting Master's Mate; Boys; Graham, F.A., Gunner; Preble, Edward E., Midshipman; Bartlett, Ezra, Acting Master's Mate. Image 2: US Ship USS Kearsarge...
47L US Ship Kearsarge. A sloop of war named for Mount Kearsarge in New Hampshire was best known for her defeat of the Confederate commerce raider CSS Alabama.
47 US Ship Kearsarge, Cherbourg, France (looking forward), after 11-inch pivot gun Chief engineer W.H. Cushman and Acting Master E.M. Stoddard.
48L Image 1: Unexploded shell in sternpost of USS Kearsarge. Image 2: US Ship Kearsarge survivors of the fight with the "Alabamas" taken 1915: William M. Smith, John C. Woodbury, William S. Evans, William H. Giles, John F. Bickford, Patrick McKeever,...
48 James R. Wheeler (Acting Master), S.L. Smith (3rd Assistant Engineer), looking aft US Ship Kearsarge
49 Confederate States' ship, "La Florida arretant un Clipper Federal"
50L Soldier's National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia
50 House and Soldiers Monument Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia