Guide to the Northern Virginia Civil War images collection, 1853-1914 Northern Virginia Civil War images C0150

A Guide to the Northern Virginia Civil War images collection

A Collection in
Special Collections and Archives
Collection Number C0150


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Repository
George Mason University. Special Collections and Archives.
Collection number
C0150
Title
Northern Virginia Civil War images collection 1853-1914
Physical Characteristics
3 linear feet
Creator
George Mason University. Special Collections and Archives.
Language
English
Abstract
The collection contains images and maps depicting Northern Virginia. A majority of the images are contemporary illustrations of the Civil War in Virginia. Formats include wood engravings, steel engravings, lithographs, chromolithographs, and a manuscript.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

Preferred Citation

Northern Virginia Civil War images collection, Collection #C0150, Special Collections and Archives, George Mason University.

Acquisition Information

Purchased by Special Collections and Archives in 1997-2005 from Prints Old and Rare.

Processing Information

Processed by Special Collections and Archives staff. EAD markup completed in February 2009 by Eron Ackerman and Jordan Patty. Finding aid updated by Greta Kuriger in July 2011.


Historical Information

The Illustrated London News was one of the first newspapers to employ wood engravings on a wide scale. One of its artists was Frank Vizetelly (1830-1883); he covered the Civil War for British readers. Early on, he illustrated the war from the Union side but was later allowed to draw from the Confederate side. Artists like Vizetelly sometimes did more than draw, though. He acted as a messenger for Confederate General James Longstreet at the battle of Chickamauga. Vizetelly was also a staff aide for the Confederates at the battle of Fredericksburg and was present at Charleston, South Carolina, when it was besieged. Because of such personal involvement by artists, many engravings were not made by detached observers, but by active participants in history unfolding.

Frank Leslie (1821-1880) was another artist who began his career as an engraver in 1842 and eventually published his own newspaper, which he titled, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. The newspaper also covered the Civil War. Leslie used a large number of illustrations in his newspaper to increase circulation. Images from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper are well represented in Northern Virginia Images Collection, including several images from the German language edition of the newspaper.

Another popular periodical of the time was Harper's Weekly. It first appeared in 1857 and became one of the most important and influential periodicals in nineteenth century America, notably during the Civil War. Two prominent artists for Harper's Weekly during this period were Alfred Waud (1828-1891) and Thomas Nast (1840-1902). Engravings by both are included in Northern Virginia Images Collection. Waud was primarily assigned to the eastern front and covered the war from the Battle of First Manassas to the Confederacy's surrender at Appomattox Court House. Thomas Nast (who later became famous for creating the roly- poly figure in red we now know as Santa Claus) worked largely in New York for most of the war. One of the major exceptions to this was when he spent time in the Union camp during the Battle of Gettysburg. Nast's sympathies were for the Union side, which, naturally, bothered Southerners, who often sent threatening letters to Nast at the Harper's Weekly office. By and large, The Illustrated London News, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, and Harper's Weekly illustrated the Civil War from the Northern point-of-view.

Many of today's Northern Virginia residents only know the area as a population outgrowth of Washington, D.C. Despite this cosmopolitan reputation, it was largely farm country at the time of the Civil War through World War II. Few realize that the area was the frequent battleground for large contending forces. Yet, many of the areas that are depicted in the images still exist today but under much different circumstances. Some of the areas included in these images have undergone radical cultural changes as well. An Islamic Mosque now occupies Munson Hill, which Confederate forces occupied under General J.E.B. Stuart during early days of the war.

Scope and Content

The collection consists of nearly 200 images on various historical subjects in a variety of formats, including wood engravings, steel engravings, lithographs, chromolithographs, maps, and manuscripts. Most of the images depict battles and maps of the Civil War. The maps include the cities of Arlington and Alexandria and the counties of Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince William. Columbia Pike, Chain Bridge, Long Bridge, the Little River Turnpike, Centreville and Manassas all existed at the time of the Civil War and all of them are represented or referenced in these images.

Most of the Civil War images are from three periodicals: The Illustrated London News, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, and Harper's Weekly. They are primarily wood engravings, several of which are hand colored. Though wood engraving was invented as an illustrative technique in the 1790s, it was the later appearance of the mass illustrated newspaper that took advantage of the technique to appeal to a wide readership.

Although pictorial images comprise the majority of images in the collection, there are also numerous maps, most of which were produced by lithography. A number were produced for military purposes and employed by both the North and South alike. Maps made during the Civil War were often exceedingly accurate; their usefulness carried on into the twentieth century.

Arrangement

This collection is arranged by locality of primary image.

Related Material

Special Collections and Archives also holds the Alexander Haight family collection, the Milton Barnes papers, and the the WRLC digital collection Virginia Civil War Archive. The digital version of Harper's Weekly is available for GMU affiliated researchers.

Separated Material


Index Terms

    Geographical Names:

  • Virginia, Northern--Maps.
  • Virginia, Northern--Pictorial works.
  • Subjects:

  • Virginia--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Maps.
  • Virginia--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Pictorial works.
  • Document Types:

  • Chromolithographs.
  • Lithographs.
  • Maps.
  • Steel engravings.
  • Wood engravings.

Contents List

Northern Virginia Civil War images collection
  • MC Cage
    1
    [Acquia]
    • unnumbered
      A. Road From Alexandria to Washington; B. Attack on Acquia Creek Battery by United States Steamers "Pawnee", "Anacostia", and "Freeborn"; C. Arlington House, The Home of General Robert E. Lee, Commander of the Confederate Army,
      June 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

      The Pictorial Battles of the Civil War

    • unnumbered
      Action at Acquia Creek Between United States Vessels and Rebel Batteries,
      June 22, 1861
      Wood Engraving

      Harper's Weekly

    • unnumbered
      The Attack upon the Confederate Batteries at the Entrance of Aquia Creek, Potomac River, by the United States Vessels "Pawnee," "Yankee," "Thomas Freeborn," "Anacosta" and "Resolute,
      June 1st, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 8 3/4" x 14"

      The Soldier in Our Civil War

    • 1.7
      The Attack upon the Batteries at the Entrance of Aquia Creek, Potomac River, by the United States Vessels "Pawnee," "Yankee," "Thomas Freeborn," "Anacosta" and "Resolute,
      June 1, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 8 3/4" x 14"
    • 1.8
      Bombardment der von den Sezessionisten an der Mundung des Aquia Creek in den Potomac aufgewarfenen Batterien durch Ver. Staaten Kriegsschiffe, am 1. June 1861,
      June 1, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 14 1/4"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper [German Language Edition]

    • 1.25
      The Attack on the Secession Batteries at Aquia Creek, Potomac River, by the U. S. Vessels Pawnee, Live Yankee,Freeborn, Anacosta and Lioness, June 1st, 1861,
      June 15, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 8 3/4" x 14"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

  • 2
    [Alexandria]
    • 4.1
      Bird's Eye View of Alexandria, VA. No. 1.A,
      Lithograph; 3" x 5"

      hdl   

      by Charles Magnus

    • 4.2
      Bird's Eye View of Alexandria, VA. No. 1.A,
      Hand Colored Lithograph; 3" x 5"

      hdl   

      by Charles Magnus

    • 4.3
      Bird's Eye View of Alexandria, VA. No. 2.C,
      Lithograph; 3" x 5"

      by Charles Magnus

    • 4.4
      Bird's Eye View of Alexandria, VA. No. 5.A,
      Lithograph; 3" x 3 1/4"

      hdl   

      by Charles Magnus

    • 4.5
      Bird's Eye View of Alexandria, VA. No. 2.B,
      Lithograph; 3" x 5"

      hdl   

      by Charles Magnus

    • 4.6
      Bird's Eye View of Alexandria, VA. No. 3.B,
      Lithograph; 3" x 5"

      by Charles Magnus

    • 4.7
      Bird's Eye View of Alexandria, VA. No. 4.B,
      Lithograph; 3" x 5"

      by Charles Magnus

    • 4.8
      Bird's Eye View of Alexandria, VA. No. 1.C,
      Lithograph; 3" x 5"

      by Charles Magnus

    • 4.9
      Bird's Eye View of Alexandria, VA. No. 3.A,
      Lithograph; 3" x 5"

      by Charles Magnus

    • 4.10
      Bird's Eye View of Alexandria, VA. No. 3.C,
      Lithograph; 3" x 5"

      by Charles Magnus

    • 4.11
      Bird's Eye View of Alexandria, VA. No. 4.C,
      Lithograph; 3" x 5"

      by Charles Magnus

    • 4.12
      Bird's Eye View of Alexandria, VA. No. 5.C,
      Lithograph; 3" x 3 1/4"

      hdl   

      by Charles Magnus

    • 4.14
      The Civil War in America: Unionist Scouting Party in the Virginian Woods in the Neighborhood of Alexandria, July 13, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 6 1/2" x 9 1/4"

      The Illustrated London News

    • 4.15
      The Michigan Regiment and the Ellsworth Zouaves Working at the Breastworks in the Outskirts of Alexandria, Fairfax, VA,
      June 15, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 8" x 9 1/4"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 4.16
      The Naval Brigade, Lieutenant Perkins Commanding, Constructing the Main Battery on Shutter's Hill to Guard Alexandria, VA., and Command the Fairfax Road,
      Wood Engraving; 9" x 14 1/2"
    • 4.16
      The First Michigan Regiment and the Ellsworth Zouaves in the Entrenchments at Alexandria, VA.,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 8" x 9 1/4"

      The Civil War in the United States

    • 4.17
      The Naval Brigade Constructing the Marine Battery on Shutter's Hill, to Guard Alexandria, VA., and Command the Fairfax Road, Lieutenant Perkins Commanding, August 10, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 14 1/4"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 4.17A
      Interior of Fort Runyon, near Alexandria, Virginia,
      Wood Engraving; 3 1/2" x 8 3/4"
    • 4.17B
      Fort Albany, Near Alexandria, Virginia,
      Wood Engraving; 3 1/2" x 8 3/4"
    • 4.18
      The Civil War in America: Embarkation of a Portion of the Army of the Potomac at Alexandria, near Washington, May 3, 1862
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 4 3/4" x 13 1/2"

      The Illustrated London News

    • 4.19
      Company of Secession Cavalry Surrendering to Colonel Wilcox, of the First Michigan Regiment, in front of the Slave-Pen at Alexandria, June 15, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 7" x 13 3/4"

      Harper's Weekly

    • 4.20
      The Fairfaxes of Virginia,

      Journal Article with Print Reproductions

    • 4.21
      Army of General Banks on the March to Alexandria, June 13, 1863
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 7" x 9 1/4"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 4.22A
      Zouaves Building Entrenchments at Shuter's Hill, near Alexandria,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9 1/2" x 14"

      by A. Waud; Pictorial Battles of the Civil War

    • 4.22B
      Commencement of the Action at Bull Run - Sherman's Battery Engaging the Enemy's Masked Battery
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/2" x 14"

      by A. Waud; Pictorial Battles of the Civil War

    • 4.23
      Erschiekung des Ubersten E. E. Ellsworth durch James W. Jackson in dem "Marshall House" zu Alexandria, Virginien, am 24. Mai 1861,
      Wood Engraving; 14 1/2" x 20"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper [German Language Edition]

    • 4.24
      The Civil War in America: Unionist Scouting Party in the Virginian Woods in the Neighborhood of Alexandria, July 13, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 6 1/2" x 9 1/4"

      The Illustrated London News

    • 4.25
      Historic Alexandria Virginia the Home Town of George Washington,

      by the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce; City Brochure with Photographs and Map

    • 4.27
      The Naval Brigade, Lieutenant Perkins Commanding, Constructing the Main Battery on Shutter's Hill to Guard Alexandria, VA., and Command the Fairfax Road,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9" x 14 1/2"

      The Soldier in our Civil War

  • MC Cage
    3
    [Annandale]
    • 17.1
      The Civil War in America: Advanced Post of General Blenker's Division Surprised at Anandale, Virginia, by Confederate Cavalry,
      Janurary 18, 1862
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9 1/2" x 13 1/2"

      The Illustrated London News

  • MC Cage
    4
    [Arlington]
    • unnumbered
      Arlington Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia, Monument to Unknown Union Soldiers, Undated

    • 6.1
      Arlington House, the Seat of G. W. P. Custis, Esq., September, 1853
      Wood Engraving; 6" x 4 1/4"

      Harper's New Monthly Magazine, No. XL - Vol. VII

    • 6.3
      At Arlington, VA., The Headquarters of General Runyon's New Jersey Brigade,
      Wood Engraving; 9" x 14"

      The Soldier in Our Civil War

    • 6.4
      Arlington, May 29, 1886
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 13 3/4" x 9"

      by Charles Graham; Harper's Weekly

    • 6.5A
      Tomb of 2111 Unknown Soldiers, Arlington Cemetery,
      Reproduced Photograph; 5" x 3 3/4"

      by Bell; Harper's Weekly

    • 6.5B
      The Old Lee Mansion in the Arlington Cemetery, Virginia,
      Reproduced Photograph; 2 3/4" x 5"

      by Bell; Harper's Weekly

    • 6.5C
      Admiral Porter's Grave, Arlington Cemetary,
      Reproduced Photograph; 2 3/4" x 3"

      by Bell; Harper's Weekly

    • 6.5D
      General Sheridan's Grave, Arlington Cemetery,
      Reproduced Photograph; 4 1/2" x 3 1/4"

      by Bell; Harper's Weekly

    • 6.5E
      Amphitheatre, Arlington, from which Addresses Are Delivered on Decoration Days,
      Reproduced Photograph; 3" x 4"

      by Bell; Harper's Weekly

    • 6.7
      Smoke Rising from the Firing of national Salute of Twenty-One Guns at Conclusion of the Ceremonies,
      Reproduced Photograph; 9 1/4" x 14 1/4"

      by National Photo Co.

    • 6.8
      Camp Corcoran, on Arlington Heights, VA., near Washington - The Sixty-Ninth Regiment, N. Y. S. M., Digging Trenches and Erecting Breastworks,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9" x 14"
    • 6.10
      Arlington House (Formerly Residence of Gen. Robert E. Lee),
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 5" x 4 1/2"

      Picturesque Washington

    • 6.11
      Burial of the Late Admiral David D. Porter, at Arlington, VA. - Performing the Last Rites, March 7, 1891
      Reproduced Photograph; 6" x 8 3/4"

      by Bell; Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 6.12
      Views of beautiful Arlington, VA.: Ft. Myer Gate; Rough Riders Monument; Spanish War Nurses Monument; Officers' Section; Wireless Towers at Radio Station; Field of the Dead; Confederate Memorial; The "Maine" Anchor; Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument; Custis-Lee Mansion; The Temple of Fame; Tomb of the Unknown Dead; Memorial Amphitheater; Statue of Gen. Phil. Kearny; Graves of George Washington Parke Custer and Wife; Mast of Maine; Sheridan Monument,
      Reproduced Photographs; 3' 2" x 5 3/4"

      Published by The Gray Line Sight Seeing Tours

    • 6.13
      Arlington, VA.: Fort Myer Gate; Custis Lee mansion; Temple of Fame; Washington from Arlington; Tomb of Unknown Dead; Officer's Section; Sheridan monument; Memorial Amphitheater; Tomb of Unknown Soldier; Mast of the Maine; Tomb of General Nelson A. Miles; Rough Riders' Monument; Robert E. Peary Memorial, Discoverer of the North Pole; Kearny Statue; Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument of the Spanish War; Confederate Memorial; General Crook Monument,
      Reproduced Photographs; 3" x 3' 4 1/4"

      Published by B. S. Reynolds Co.

    • 6.14
      Beautiful Arlington, VA.: Memorial Amphitheater; Custis Lee Mansion; Tomb of the Unknown Soldier of the World War; World War Section and Arlington Wireless Towers; Field of the Dead; Tomb of the unknown Dead; The Temple of Fame; General Wheeler and Officers; View of Washington from Arlington, VA.; The General Wheeler Monument; Gen. Sheridan's Grave; Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument; McClellan Gate; Custis Family Lot; Mast of the Maine and Graves of Her Dead; Kearny Statue; Admiral Dewey's Tomb; General Crook Monument; Sheridan Gate; Grave of Robert E. Peary; Confederate memorial; Old Amphitheater; Interior of Memorial Amphitheater; Rough Riders' Monument; Main Entrance, Arlington national Cemetery; Ord and Weitzel Gate,
      Reproduced Photographs; 3' 3" x 5 3/4"

      Published by the Post Exchange, Fort Myer, VA.

    • 6.15A
      Camp Corcoran, on Arlington Heights -- the Sixty-Ninth, N.Y.S.M., Digging Trenches and Erecting Breastworks -- Company inspection by Superior Officers -- Georgetown in the Distance,
      Hand colored wood engraving; 9 1/4" x 13 1/4"

      Pictorial History of the War of 1861

    • 6.15B
      The Marshall House, Corner of Pitt and King Streets, Alexandria, VA., Where Colonel Ellsworth was Assassinated,
      Wood engraving; 6 1/4" x 6"

      Pictorial History of the War of 1861

    • 6.16
      At Arlington, VA., The Headquarters of General Runyon's New Jersey Brigade,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9" x 14"

      The Civil War in the United States

    • 6.17
      Freedman's Village, Arlington, Virginia, May 7, 1864
      Wood Engraving

      Harper's Weekly

  • MC Cage
    5
    [Bailey's Cross Road]
    • 12.1
      Sutler's Cart at Bailey's Cross Road, December 2, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 13 3/4"

      hdl   

      by A. Waud; The New-York Illustrated News

    • 12.2
      The Great Review at Bailey's Cross Roads, Virginia, on November 20, 1861, December 7, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 9" x 19 3/4"

      Harper's Weekly

  • MC Cage
    6
    [Budd's Ferry] [This folder contains two prints of each image.]
    • 16.A
      The Civil War in America: The Confederate Batteries on the Lower Potomac, Virginia Shore, Opposite Budd's Ferry - Government Store-Schooners Running the Blockade, December 7, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 4 1/4" x 13 3/4"

      hdl   

      The Illustrated London News

    • 16.B
      The Civil War in America: The Ten-Pounder Gun Battery (Federalist) at Budd's Ferry, Lower Potomac, Opposite the Confederate Batteries on the Virginia Shore, December 7, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 5" x 13 3/4"

      hdl   

      The Illustrated London News

  • MC Cage
    7
    [Burkesville Station]
    • 1.A
      Surrender of Lee's Army - Collecting the Captured Rebel Muskets at Burkesville Station, Virginia, Previous to Sending Them North, May 27, 1865
      Wood Engraving

      By J. Becker; Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

  • MC Cage
    8
    [Catlett]
    • 13.A
      Catlett's Station on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, Virginia, Now Held by the Excelsior Brigade
      Wood Engraving; 4" x 9"
  • MC Cage
    9
    [Centreville]
    • unnumbered
      Confederate Position Near Centreville VA, at the Crossing of the Orange and Alexandria Railway over Bull Run, Showing Confederate Encampment Fortifications,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

    • 7.2A
      Centreville, Virginia, to Which General Pope Withdrew his Army on August 30 September 13, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 4 3/4" x 13 3/4"

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

    • 7.2B
      Manassas Junction, Intersection of the Manassas Gap and Orange and Alexandria Railroads - Scene of Several Recent Fights September 13, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 4 3/4" x 13 3/4"

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

    • 7.3
      Blenker's Brigade Covering the Retreat near Centreville, July, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 14"

      Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War

    • 7.4
      The Civil War in America: Federals Advancing on the Abandoned Confederate Positions at Centreville, April 12, 1862
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9 1/2" x 13 1/2"

      The Illustrated London News

    • 7.5
      The Civil War in America: A Portion of the Abandoned Confederate Works and Camp at Centreville, April 26, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 6 3/4" x 9 1/4"

      The Illustrated London News

    • 7.6
      The Evacuated Rebel Positions near Centreville, VA., at the Crossing of the Orange and Alexandria Railway over Bull Run, Showing Abandoned Rebel Encampment, Fortifications, Etc.,
      Wood Engraving; 5 1/4" x 14"
    • 7.7
      Principal Rebel Defences at Centreville, Showing the Forts, Breastworks, Log Barracks, Etc., With the Quaker or Wooden Guns in the Embrasures, April 12, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 6 1/4" x 14"

      by Mr. Forbes; Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper [same image as 7.8 in folder 9]

    • 7.8
      Principal Rebel Defences at Centreville, Showing the Forts, Breastworks, Log Barracks, Etc., With the Quaker or Wooden Guns in the Embrasures, April 12, 1862
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 6 1/4" x 14"

      Pictorial History of the War of 1861 [same image as 7.7 in folder 9]

    • 7.9
      The War in Virginia - View of the Town of Centreville, VA., With the Battlefield of Bull Run, Bull Run Mountains, Thoroughfare Gap, and the Blue Ridge in the Distance, November 28, 1863
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 14"

      by Edwin Forbes; Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 7.10A
      Blenker's Brigade Covering the Retreat near Centreville, July, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 14"

      Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War

    • 7.10B
      The Battle-Field of Bull Run July, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 9 3/4" x 9"

      Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War

    • 7.11A
      Confederate Huts at Centreville,
      March 1862
      Wood Engraving

      Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War

  • MC Cage
    10
    [Chancellorsville]
    • unnumbered
      Hooker in Command - Chancellorsville; Head-Quarters at the Army of the Potomac, January-April 1863
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 14" x 9 1/4"

      Same image as 20.9 in folder 10

    • 3.4
      Attack on General Sedgwick's Corps, on Monday, May 4th, 1863, as Seen from Falmouth Heights,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9 1/2" x 14"

      by Edwin Forbes; The Soldier in Our Civil War

    • 3.11
      Battle of Chancellorsville, VA - Attack on General Sedgwick's Corps on Monday, May 4th, 1863 at 5 P.M. as Seen from Falmouth Heights,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9 1/2" x 14"

      Same image as 3.4 in folder 10

    • 20.9
      Head-Quarters at the Army of the Potomac, April 18, 1863
      Wood Engraving; 14" x 9 1/4"

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

  • MC Cage
    11
    [Culpeper]
    • unnumbered
      The War in Virginia - Culpeper Court House, October 17, 1863
      Wood Engraving

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • unnumbered
      The Army of the Potomac: A. General Custer Charging up the Hill upon the Enemy's Guns; B. General Gregg's Troops Going into Action; C. Signal Station on Pony Mountain; D. Culpepper from the Northwest; E. Butler's Battery Going into Position; F. The Army of the Potomac - General Buford Attacking the Enemy at Raccoon Ford, September 14, 1863,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

      hdl   

      By A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

    • 15.4
      Capture of Stuart's Confederate Guns, near Culpepper, by General Custer's Cavalry Brigade, September 14, 1863,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

      The Civil War in the United States

  • MC Cage
    12
    [Dumfries] [This folder contains two prints of each image.]
    • 11.A
      General Haupt's Bridge over Potomac Creek, Virginia, Destroyed by the Rebels, August 29, 1863
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 3 3/4" x 13 3/4"

      hdl   

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

    • 11.B
      Dumfries, Virginia, August 29, 1863
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 5 1/2" x 13 3/4"

      hdl   

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

  • MC Cage
    13
    [Edward's Ferry, Harper's Ferry, Camp Princeton]
    • 6.2
      Camp Princeton, Virginia, the Headquarters of Gen. Runyon's New Jersey Brigade, July 13, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 9" x 14"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 18.1
      View from Loudoun Heights, VA., Showing Harper's Ferry, Maryland Heights, Bolivar, Etc.,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9" x 14"
    • 20.32A
      Engagement between the National Troops and the Rebels, on the Virginia Side of the Potomac, opposite Edwards' Ferry, on 22nd October -- Battery of Parrot Guns on Maryland Shore, November 16, 1861
      Hand colored wood engraving; 6" x 20"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 20.32B
      Successful Retreat of the National Troops from the Virginian Shore across a Canal Boat Bridge at Edwards' Ferry, on the Night of 23rd October, November 16, 1861
      Hand colored Wood engraving; 8" x 20"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

  • MC Cage
    14
    [Fair Oaks]
    • unnumbered
      Ausgraben gefallener Unionsoldaten von Fair Oaks und Seven Pines,
      Wood Engraving

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper [German Language Edition]

    • 20.10
      Bayonet Charge of the Second Excelsior Regiment, Colonel Hall, at the Battle of Fairoaks, June, 1862, August 16, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 13 3/4"

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

    • 20.11A
      The Army of the Potomac - Furious Attack of the Rebels on Kirby's Battery at the battle of Fairoaks, July 5, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 4 1/2" x 13 3/4"

      by Mr. Mead; Harper's Weekly

    • 20.11B
      The Army of the Potomac - Captain Wheeler's Battery Struck by Lightning, July 5, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 4 3/4" x 13 3/4"

      Harper's Weekly

    • 20.34
      Fair Oaks Farm - Burying the Dead and Burning the Horses,
      June 1862
      Wood Engraving

      On the Shenandoah and the Chickahominy

  • MC Cage
    15
    [Fairfax]
    • unnumbered
      The War in America: Texan Rangers (Federalists) Reconnoitring between Alexandria and Fairfax, Virginia,
      Wood Engraving

    • unnumbered
      The Civil War in America: Carolonian Pickets Flying before the Advance of the Federal Troops on Fairfax, August 17, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 6 1/2" x 9 1/4"

      The Illustrated London News

    • unnumbered
      The Civil War in America: Carolonian Pickets Flying before the Advance of the Federal Troops on Fairfax, August 17, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 6 1/2" x 9 1/4"

      The Illustrated London News

    • 8.1
      The Civil War in America: Confederate Prisoners Captured by United States' Pickets between Fairfax and Manassas Junction, Virginia, August 17, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 8" x 9 1/4"

      The Illustrated London News, 2 prints

    • 8.1A
      Gallant Charge of Federal Cavalry Into Fairfax Courthouse, Virginia,
      June 22, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

      The Illustrated London News

    • 8.1B
      New York Firemen Zouaves Turning Out to Support Pickets Between Alexandria and Fairfax Courthouse, Virginia,
      June 22, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

      The Illustrated London News

    • 8.2
      Rescue of Captured Comrades by Second U. S. Cavalry at Fairfax, VA.,
      Wood Engraving; 7 1/4" x 9"

      Pictorial Battles of the Civil War

    • 8.3
      Lieutenant Tompkins, at the Head of Company B, U. S. Dragoons, Charging into the Town at Fairfax Court house, Killing Thirty of the Enemy and Carrying off Five Prisoners, in the Face of Fifteen Hundred Secession Troops, on Saturday, June 1, 1861, June 8, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 14"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 8.5
      Fairfax Court House,
      Steel Engraving; 4 1/4" x 5 3/4"

      The Youths' History of he United States

    • 8.7
      U. S. Cavalry Scouting in the Neighborhood of Fairfax Court-House, VA., December 14, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 14"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 8.8
      U. S. Cavalry Scouting in the Neighborhood of Fairfax Court-House, VA.,
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 14"

      Pictorial History of the War of 1861

    • 8.9
      Culpepper Court-House, or Fairfax, Capital of Fairfax County, Virginia
      Wood Engraving; 4 3/4" x 13 3/4"

      by Edwin Forbes

    • 8.10
      United States Cavalry Scouting in the Neighborhood of Fairfax Courthouse, VA.
      hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 14"

      The Soldier in Our Civil War

    • 8.11A
      Gallant Charge of Federal Cavalry Into Fairfax Courthouse, Virginia,
      June 22, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

      The Illustrated London News

    • 8.11B
      New York Firemen Zouaves Turning Out to Support Pickets Between Alexandria and Fairfax Courthouse, Virginia,
      June 22, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

      The Illustrated London News

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    [Falls Church]
    • 10.1A
      The Village of Falls Church, VA. - Arrival of the Second U. S. Cavalry, Company B, Lieutenant Tompkins, on Wednesday Morning, June 19th, June 29, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 6 1/4" x 9 1/4"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 10.1B
      Arrival of the First and Second Connecticut Regiments at the Village of Falls Church, near Vienna, VA., on Wednesday Morning, June 19th, Subsequent to the Surprise of the Ohio Regiment by the Masked Secession Battery, June 29, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 6" x 9 1/4"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 10.2
      The Village of Falls Church, VA. - Arrival of the Second U. S. Cavalry, Company B, Lieut. Tompkins, on Wednesday Morning, June 19th,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 6 1/4" x 9 1/4"
    • 10.3
      Bringing in the Misses Scott as Prisoners to Falls Church, VA., August 3, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 4" x 6 1/2"

      Harper's Weekly

    • 10.4
      The Civil War in America: Skirmish near Fall's Church, Virginia, December 21, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 7" x 9 3/4"

      The Illustrated London News

    • 10.5
      President McKinley Reviewing the Volunteers at Camp Alger, May 28. 13,000 Soldiers of the 2d Army Corps March past the President and Major-General Miles at Falls Church, Virginia,
      Reproduced Painting; 8 1/2" x 13"

      by W. Peters; Harper's Weekly

    • 10.6
      A Confederate Scout Watching Union Troops near Fall's Church, VA.
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 6 1/2" x 9 1/4"

      Pictorial War Record

    • 10.7
      "A Confederate Treed" - Capture of Lieutenant H. J. Segal of the Confederate Army near Falls Church,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

    • 10.9
      "A Rebel Treed" - Capture of Lieutenant H. J. Segal of the Insurgent Army near Falls Church by Lieutenant-Colonel Winslow and Captain Shattuck of the New York 37th,
      October 26, 1861
      Wood Engraving

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 10.10A
      Unsere Flotille auf dem Potomac-Fluffe, zwischen Freestone-Point, Virginien, und Indian Head, Maryland,
      Wood Engraving; 4 1/4" x 20"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper [German Language Edition]

    • 10.10B
      Taylor's Wirthshaus in Falls Church, Virginien, das Hauptquartier des Generals Smith, Befehtshaber der Unionstruppen,
      Wood Engraving; 5 1/4" x 20"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper [German Language Edition]

    • 10.10C
      Anficht von Falls Church, Mason's Hill und Hmgegend. Aufgenommen in den Verschanzungen unferer Truppen auf Munson's Hill,
      Wood Engraving; 4 1/2" x 20"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper [German Language Edition]

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    [Falmouth]
    • 3.2
      The Camp of the Twelfth Massachusetts Regiment, near Falmouth, Virginia,
      May 16, 1863
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9 1/2" x 14"

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

    • 3.13
      The Camp of the Twelfth Massachusetts Regiment, near Falmouth, Virginia,
      May 16, 1863
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/2" x 14"

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

    • 20.35
      Goldaten-Friedhof nahe bem Lager bei Falmouth am Rappahannod, Birg,
      Wood Engraving

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper [German Language Edition]

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    [Fredericksburg]
    • 3.1A
      The Attack on the Rebel Works at Fredericksburg by the Centre Grand Division of the Army of the Potomac, on December 13, 1862, Janurary 3, 1863
      Wood Engraving; 4 1/2" x 13 1/2"

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

    • 3.1B
      Fredericksburg on the Night of 11th December, 1862 Janurary 3, 1863
      Wood Engraving; 4 3/4" x 13 1/2"

      Harper's Weekly

    • 3.2A
      Passage of the Rappahannock by the Grand Army of the Potomac at Fredericksburg, VA., Wednesday, Midnight, December 10th, 1862
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 14 1/4"
    • 3.2B
      Federal Baggage Train on Its Way to the Army at Falmouth, VA., December, 1862,
      Wood Engraving; 14 1/2" x 9"
    • 3.3
      Burnard's House; Doubleday's Skirmishers; Franklin's Division Recrossing the River; The Battle of Fredericksburg - The Artillery Covering the Retreat, January 10, 1863
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 14" x 9"

      by T.R. Davis; Harper's Weekly

    • 3.4A
      Bombardment of Fredericksburg, Va., by the Army of the Potomac, Commanded by General Burnside. Thursday, December 11th, 1862
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 14 1/4" x 20"

      by H. Lovie; The Soldier in Our Civil War

    • 3.4B
      Map of the Battle of Fredericksburg December 13th 1862,
      Wood Engraving; 12 3/4" x 9 1/2"

      by Walter A. Lane; The Soldier in Our Civil War

    • 3.4C
      Effect of the Bombardment of Fredericksburg - Federal Soldiers on Guard,
      Wood Engraving; 6 1/4" x 9 1/4"

      by Henry Lovie; The Soldier in Our Civil War

    • 3.5A
      Terrific Charge of the Federal Troops (Sumner's Division) upon the Confederate Fortifications Located on the Terrace Behind Fredericksburg, VA., December 13th, 1862,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 14 1/2" x 20"

      by H. Lovie; The Soldier in Our Civil War

    • 3.5B
      The Grand Army Recrossing the Rappahannock from Fredericksburg to Falmouth, Monday Night, December 15th, 1862,
      Wood Engraving; 6 1/4" x 9"

      The Soldier in Our Civil War

    • 3.6
      Lower Part of Fredericksburg, Falmouth; Wrecks of Steamers Burned by the Rebels; Stockaded Bridge and Blockhouse; Tomb of Washington's Mother; Ruins of the Rail Road Bridge; The City of Fredericksburg and its Vicinity, December 6, 1862
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 13 3/4" x 20 1/2"

      Harper's Weekly

    • 3.8
      Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 20, 1862
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 14" x 20 1/4"

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

    • 3.9
      Fredericksburg from Falmouth, November 1862
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

    • 3.10
      Gallant Charge of Humphrey's Division at the Battle of Fredericksburg,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly [Same image as 3.12 in folder 18]

    • 3.11
      The Battle of Fredericksburg: Assault of the Federals on Marye's Hill and the Battery of the Washington Artillery, January 31, 1863
      Wood Engraving

      The Illustrated London News

    • 3.12
      Gallant Charge of Humphrey's Division at the Battle of Fredericksburg,
      Wood Engraving

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly [Same image as 3.10 in folder 18]

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    [Fredericksburg II]
    • 3.7
      The Army of the Potomac - At and on the Way to Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 14" x 20 1/2"

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

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    [Gaines's Mills]
    • 20.4A
      Battle of Gains's Mills, Four O'Clock in the Afternoon, Friday, June 27th, 1862
      Chromolithograph; 2 1/4" x 8"
    • 20.4B
      Battle of Willis Church, 10 O'Clock A.M., Monday, June 30th, 1862 - Generals Hancock, Heintzelman, Sumner, and Porter's Forces Engage Generals Jackson, Longstreet and A.P. Hill,
      Chromolithograph; 2 3/4" x 8"
    • 20.5
      The Army of the Potomac - Captain de Hart's Battery Shelling the Rebel Advance at the Battle of Gaines's Mills, June 27, 1862, July 19, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/2" x 14"

      Harper's Weekly [same image as 20.6 in folder 20]

    • 20.6
      The Army of the Potomac - Captain de Hart's Battery Shelling the Rebel Advance at the Battle of Gaines's Mills, June 27, 1862, July 19, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/2" x 14"

      Harper's Weekly [same image as 20.5 in folder 20]

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    [Hall's Hills]
    • 20.25
      The Bright Side of the War - Holiday Festivities of the 44th New York Volunteers at Their Camp, Hall's Hill, Virginia, January 18, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 14" x 19 1/2"

      hdl   

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

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    [Harrison's Landing]
    • 20.8
      General View of the Encampment of the Army of the Potomac at Harrison's Landing, August 23, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/2" x 13 3/4"

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

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    [Langley]
    • 9.1
      Campaign on the Potomac - Guard House near Langley, VA., with Rebel Prisoners, February 1, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 7" x 9 1/4"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

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    [Leesburg]
    • 13.1
      Central View of Leesburg,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 2 1/2" x 3 3/4"

      Loudon County

    • 13.2
      Camp in the Woods near Leesburg, Loudon County, Virginia - Virginia Infantry, November 9, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 5" x 9"

      Harper's Weekly

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    [Lewinsville]
    • 9.1
      The War in America: Bringing in the Federal Wounded after the Skirmish at Lewinsville Virginia, October 12, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/2" x 13 1/2"

      The Illustrated London News

    • 15.6
      The War in America: Bringing in the Federal Wounded after the Skirmish at Lewinsville Virginia, October 12, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9 1/2" x 13 1/2"

      The Illustrated London News

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    [Manassas]
    • unnumbered
      A. Commencement of the Battle at Bull's Run; B. Firing into Deserted Earth-Work near Bull's Run, August 3, 1861
      Wood Engraving

      hdl   

      Harper's Weekly [Same as image 2.21B and 2.21C in folder 26]

    • unnumbered
      Major-General M'Clellan, Major-General McDowell, and Staffs, Escorted by the Fifth Cavalry, Crossing Bull Run at Blackburn's Ford, March 29, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 20"

      hdl   

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly [Same image as 2.20A in folder 26]

    • unnumbered
      Bridge over Bull Run, near Blackburn's Ford, Burned by the Rebels, March 29, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 4 3/4" x 10"

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

    • unnumbered
      Evacuation and Firing of Manassas Junction by the Rebels, March 29, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 5 3/4" x 10"

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

    • unnumbered
      Virginia - The Battlefield of Bull Run Revisited, October 15th by Union and Confederate Officers. Scenes and Incidents of the Visit, October 27, 1883
      Wood Engraving

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • unnumbered
      Dedication of the Monument on the Battle-Field of Bull Run, Virginia, July 15, 1865
      Wood Engraving

      The Illustrated London News

    • 2.1
      Great Battle at Bull's Run between the Federal Army, Commanded by Major-General McDowel, and the Rebel Army under Jefferson Davis, Gen. Beauregard and Gen. Johnston, Sunday, July 21, 1861 - Advance of the Federal Troops, August 3, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9 1/2" x 14"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 2.2A
      The Battle of Bull Run, VA., Sunday, July 21st, 1861 - The Federal Army Advancing,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9" x 14"

      hdl   

      The Soldier in Our Civil War [Same image as 2.32A in folder 26]

    • 2.2B
      The First Michigan Regiment and the Ellsworth Zouaves in the Entrenchments at Alexandria, VA.,
      Wood Engraving; 8" x 9 1/4"

      The Soldier in our Civil War [Same image as 2.32B in folder 26]

    • 2.3A
      Federal Baggage-Train of Pope's Army Making Their Way toward Manassas Junction,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 14 1/2" x 9"

      hdl   

      by Edwin Forbes; The Soldier in Our Civil War

    • 2.3B
      Showing the Position of the Troops, Preparatory to the Second Battle of Bull Run, August 30th, 1862,
      Wood Engraving; 7 1/2" x 9 1/2"

      The Soldier in Our Civil War

    • 2.4
      Manassas Junction after its Evacuation by the Confederates, February, 1862, July, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 4 1/2" x 13 3/4"

      Harper's History of the Great Rebellion

    • 2.5A
      Monument Erected on the Field of the First Battle of Bull Run, July 1, 1865
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 6" x 9"

      Harper's Weekly

    • 2.5B
      Consecration of the Bull Run Monuments - Reading the Service, June 11, 1865, July 1, 1865
      Wood Engraving; 3" x 9"

      Harper's Weekly

    • 2.7
      The War in Virginia - Officers and Men of Meade's Army Discovering Unburied Federal Dead on the Old Battlefield of Bull Run,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 14"
    • 2.8A
      View of the Battlefield of Second Bull Run, as Sketched in August, 1863,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 8 3/4" x 14"

      by Edwin Forbes; The Civil War in the United States

    • 2.8B
      The Army of the Potomac Passing over Their Old Battle-Ground at Manassas, VA.,
      Wood Engraving; 6 1/2" x 9 1/4"

      by Edwin Forbes; The Civil War in the United States

    • 2.9
      Retreat of Our Troops from Bull Run, by Moonlight. Colonel Blenker's Brigade Covering, August 10, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/2" x 14"

      Harper's Weekly

    • 2.10
      The Rebels Bayanetting Our Wounded on the Battlefield, at Bull Run, August 17, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 14"

      Harper's Weekly

    • 2.11
      The Battle at Bull's Run - The Gallant Sixty-Ninth, N. Y. S. M., Assaulting a Rebel Battery Masked with Bushes, and Carrying It at the Point of the Bayonet, August 3, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 14"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 2.12A
      Charge of the Black Horse Cavalry upon the Fire Zouaves at the Battle of Bull Run, August 10, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 14"

      Harper's Weekly [Same image as 2.31 in folder 26]

    • 2.12B
      Carrying in the Wounded at the Battle of Bull Run,
      August 10, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 6 3/4" x 9 1/4"

      hdl   

      Harper's Weekly

    • 2.12C
      Silencing the Enemy's Batteries at the Battle of Bull Run, August 10, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 7" x 9 1/4"

      Harper's Weekly

    • 2.13
      Jackson's "Foot-Cavalry" at the Second Bull Run,

      by Allen C. Redwood; Journal Article with Print Reproductions

    • 2.14
      The Second Battle of Bull Run,

      by John Pope; Journal Article with Print Reproductions

    • 2.15
      First Battle of Bull Run,
      Hand Colored Steel Engraving; 5" x 7 1/2"

      by W. Momberger and J. C. McRae; Abbotts Civil War

    • 2.16
      The War Game at Manassas - Views of the Troops in Camp Taken by Our Special Photographers, 1904
      Reproduced Photograph; 10" x 7"

      by Penfield

    • 2.17
      The War in Virginia - General Hooker's Army Marching past Manassas, VA., June, 1863,
      Wood Engraving; 6 3/4" x 10 1/4"

      by Mr. Edwin Forbes

    • 2.18
      Manassas-Junftion mit den derlaffenen feindlichen Erdiverfen, den zurucfgelaffenen Wagen und Ruinen des Eifenbahn-Depots,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9" x 14"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper [German Language Edition]

    • 2.19
      Great Battle at Bull's Run, VA. Fought on Sunday, July 21, between the Federal Army Commanded by Gen. McDowell, and the Rebel Army Commanded by Jeff. Davis, Generals Beauregard A. D. Johnston, August 3, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 14" x 20"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 2.20A
      Major-General M'Clellan, Major-General McDowell, and Staffs, Escorted by the Fifth Cavalry, Crossing Bull Run at Blackburn's Ford, March 29, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 20"

      hdl   

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

    • 2.20B
      Bridge over Bull Run, near Blackburn's Ford, Burned by the Rebels, March 29, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 4 3/4" x 10"

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

    • 2.20C
      Evacuation and Firing of Manassas Junction by the Rebels, March 29, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 5 3/4" x 10"

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

    • 2.21A - 2.21D
      Colonel Hunter's Attack at the Battle of Bull's Run, August 3, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 14" x 20 1/4"

      hdl   

      Harper's Weekly

    • 2.22
      General Sigel's Corps at the Second Battle of Bull Run, September 20, 1862
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 13 3/4" x 20 1/2"

      by Mr. Davenport; Harper's Weekly [Same image as 2.34 in folder 26]

    • 2.23
      The Civil War in America: The Last Stand made by the Federals at Manassas, November 15, 1862
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 7 1/4" x 20"

      The Illustrated London News

    • 2.25
      The War Game at Manassas - Snap-Shots of incidents and Scenes During the Military Manoeuvre on the Battle-Field of Bull Run: Signal Corps Men Putting in Telephone Wires at the Headquarters Tent of the Second Brigade; The Eighth Massachusetts, Major Stapper Leading, Marching over a hill near Hay Market; On the Firing-Line - A Scene near Belcher's Farm; On the Firing-Line - Troops on Bull Run Battle- Field,
      Reproduced Photographs; 7 1/4" x 10 1/2"

      by Penfield; Harper's Weekly

    • 2.26
      The Naval Battery (Rebel) at Manassas Junction, September 14, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 9" x 14"

      hdl   

      Harper's Weekly

    • 2.27
      An Incident in the Retreat at the Battle of Manassas,
      Steel Engraving; 5" x 7 1/4"

      by F. O. C. Darley and W. Ridgway

    • 2.28
      Bull Run - Stand of the Union Troops at the Henry House. 3 P.M.,
      Hand colored wood engraving; 5 1/2" x 8"

      by P. Meeder

    • 2.30A
      Die Schlacht bei Bull Run, Virginien. Angriss der Feuerwehr-Buaben auf eine feindliche Batteries Nach einer Skizze unfres Kunstlers, welcher die Diviston des Generals McDowell begleitete,
      Hand colored wood engraving; 14" x 19 1/2"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper [German Language Edition]

    • 2.30B
      Parte des Kriegsschauplakes in Virginien [Map, Petersburg, VA to Seneca Mills, MD],
      Wood engraving; 9 1/4" x 7"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper [German Language Edition]

    • 2.35
      Manassas Junction Looking towards Bull Run and Centreville, taken from the Parapet of the Fortifications to the Southwest of the Railway Depot, showing the Various Fortifications and Headquarters of the Rebels, etc, October 12, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

      hdl   

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    [Manassas II]
    • unnumbered
      Second Day of the Second Battle of Bull Run, Fought Saturday, August 30 -- The National Forces Commanded by Major General Pope, and the Rebel Troops by Generals Lee, Jackson and Longstreet, September 20, 1862
      Hand colored wood engraving; 9 1/2" x 29 1/4"

      by Edwin Forbes; Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 2.31
      Charge of the Black Horse Cavalry upon the Fire Zouaves at the Battle of Bull Run, August 10, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 14"

      Harper's Weekly [Same image as 2.12A in folder 26]

    • 2.32A
      The Battle of Bull Run, VA., Sunday, July 21st, 1861 - The Federal Army Advancing,
      Wood Engraving; 9" x 14"

      The Soldier in Our Civil War [Same image as 2.2A in folder 26]

    • 2.32B
      The First Michigan Regiment and the Ellsworth Zouaves in the Entrenchments at Alexandria, VA.,
      Wood Engraving; 8" x 9 1/4"

      The Soldier in our Civil War [Same image as 2.2B in folder 26]

    • 2.33
      The Military Manoeuvres at Manassas - Scenes and Incidents by our Special Photographers,
      By Burr McIntosh; Reproduced photographs

      Harper's Weekly

    • 2.34
      General Sigel's Corps at the Second Battle of Bull Run, September 20, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 13 3/4" x 20 1/2"

      by Mr. Davenport; Harper's Weekly [Same image as 2.22 in folder 26]

    • 2.36
      A. The Army of the Potomac - The Great Depot of Supplies on the Railroad; B. The Army of the Potomac - The Bridge over Bull Run - Present Appearance,
      December 12, 1863
      Wood Engraving

      hdl   

      Harper's Weekly

    • 2.37
      Monument Erected on the Field of the First Battle of Bull Run, July 1, 1865
      Wood Engraving; 6" x 9"

      Harper's Weekly [Same image as 2.5A in folder 26]

    • 2.38
      Manassas Junction After its Evacuation by the Confederate Army - Abandoned Fortifications, Camps, Wagons and Burned Railroad Depots,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

      hdl   

      By Edwin Forbes; The Civil War in the United States

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    [Manassas III]
    • 2.24
      The Second Battle of Bull Run, Fought Aug. 29th 1862,
      Hand Colored Lithograph; 8 1/2" x 12"

      by Currier and Ives

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    [Maps]
    • 21.2
      Map from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania to Fredericksburg, Virginia,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 6 3/4" x 4"

      by Fisk and Russell; History of the Great Rebellion

    • 21.3
      Map Showing the Shenandoah Valley,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 6 3/4" x 4 1/4"

      The Civil War

    • 21.4
      Map of Bull Run and Environs,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 5 3/4" x 4 1/2"

      Civil War in America/ War and Its Horrors

    • 21.5
      Rebel Position at Centreville: Reconnaissance of March 14th, 1862,
      Lithograph; 6 1/4" x 10"

      by M. D. McAlester

    • 21.6
      Operations of the Army of Virginia under Maj. Gen. John Pope: Position of Troopson the Night of August 27th, 1862,
      Lithograph; 7" x 9 1/2"

      by Julius Bien and Co.

    • 21.10
      Danville, Virginia to Williamsport, Maryland,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 3 3/4" x 6 3/4"

      History of the Great Rebellion

    • 21.11
      Map of Washington and Environs,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 5" x 4 1/2"

      Civil War in America, War and Its Horrors

    • 21.13
      Portions of the Middle Department, 2nd Division 8th Army Corps,
      Lithograph; 9" x 10 1/2"

      by Capt. W. Angelo Powell

    • 21.15
      Southeastern Virginia (From the Potomac to the Chickahominy), February, 1862
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 14" x 9"

      hdl   

      Harper's History of the Great Rebellion

    • 21.16
      Operations in Northern Virginia,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 10 1/4" x 9 1/4"
    • 21.17
      Map of the Valley of Virginia from Staunton to Winchester,
      Lithograph; 16 1/4" x 7"

      by P. W. O. Koerner

    • 21.18
      Battle-Field of Young's Branch or Manassas Plains. Battle Fought July 21st, 1861, June 1, 1871
      Lithograph; 10" x 9"

      by Maj. N. Michler

    • 21.19
      Map of the Seat of War in Virginia, Showing the Theatre of Operations of Gens. Hooker, Dix, and Keyes, and the Scene of Gen. Stoneman's Raid, May 23, 1863
      Wood Engraving; 14" x 9"

      Harper's Weekly

    • 21.20
      Potomac River at Washington, D.C., Map Showing Condition of Work, June 30, 1896,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 7 3/4" x 28 3/4"

      by Andrew B. Graham Photo-Litho

    • 21.21
      Rand McNally Junior Auto Road Map of Delaware Maryland Virginia West Virginia,
      Lithograph; 11 1/4" x 17 1/4"

      by Rand McNally and Co.; Commercial Atlas

    • 21.23
      The Rand McNally New Commercial Atlas of Virginia,
      Lithograph; 18 3/4" x 25 3/4"

      Rand McNally

    • 21.24
      The Rand McNally New Commercial Atlas of Virginia,
      Lithograph; 18 3/4" x 25 3/4"

      Rand McNally

    • 21.37
      United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey Vienna Quadrangle Virginia-Maryland, 1951
      Lithograph; 22 3/4" x 17 3/4"

      by the Geological Survey; U.S. Geological Survey

    • 21.38
      United Stated Department of the Interior Geological Survey Falls Church Quadrangle Virginia-Maryland, 1956
      Lithograph; 22 1/2" x 17 3/4"

      by the Geological Survey; U.S. Geological Survey

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    [Maps II]
    • 21.1
      Historical Map of Virginia and Adjacent Maryland Showing the Main Points of Historic Interest and the Main Traveled Automobile Routes,
      1949
      Lithograph; 15" x 32 3/4"

      American Automobile Association

    • 21.7
      Territory between Baltimore and Ohio R.R. and Manassas Gap R.R., Maryland and Virginia,
      Lithograph; 5 1/4" x 8"

      hdl   

      by L. L. Poates

    • 21.8
      The Seat of Military Operations in August and September, 1862 [Gordonsville to Harpers Ferry],
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 7 1/4" x 4"

      History of the United States

    • 21.9
      Operations in North Eastern Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 7" x 4 1/4"

      Operations in Northeastern Virginia

    • 21.12
      Seat of War in Virginia - Showing the Recent [?]rations of the National and Rebel Armies, September 13, 1862
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 14 1/4" x 9"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 21.14
      Southeastern Virginia, February, 1862
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 14" x 9"

      Harper's History of the Great Rebellion

    • 21.27A
      Map of Northeastern Virginia and Vicinity of Washington, August 1, 1862
      Lithograph; 16 1/4" x 27"

      by J. J. Young and W. Hesselbach; Surveys for Military Defenses, Sheet 1

    • 21.28A
      Map of Northeastern Virginia and Vicinity of Washington, August 1, 1862
      Lithograph; 16 1/4" x 27"

      by J. J. Young and W. Hesselbach; Surveys for Military Defenses, Sheet 2

    • 21.29
      Map of Northeastern Virginia and Vicinity of Washington, August 1, 1862
      Lithograph; 16 1/4" x 27"

      by J. J. Young and W. Hesselbach; Surveys for Military Defenses, Sheet 2

    • 21.31A
      No. 1 Map, from Maj. A.H. Campbell's Surveys, Showing the Positions of the Camps and Pickets of the 2d Corps, A. N. VA., May 3d, 1864, and the Routes of March from May 4th to May 21st, 1864, to the Battles of the Wilderness and Spotsylvania C. H., VA.,
      Lithograph; 7 1/2" x 11"

      Top Engr. Office, V.D.

    • 21.31B
      No. 5 Map, from Maj. A.H. Campbell's Surveys, Showing the Routes and Positions of the 2d Coprs, A. N. VA., from May 21st to May 27th, 1864,
      Lithograph; 11" x 8"

      Top Engr. Office, V.D.

    • 21.31C
      No. 7 Map, from Maj. A.H. Campbell's Surveys, Showing the Routes, Camps,and Positions of the 2d Corps, A. N. VA., from May 27th to June 13th, 1864,
      Lithograph; 10 1/2" x 8 1/4"

      Top Engr. Office, V.D.

    • 21.31D
      No. 11 Map, Showing Routes and Camps of the Army of the Valley Dist. from Staunton, VA., to Washington, D.C., and back to Strasburg, VA., from June 27th to July 22d, 1864,
      Lithograph; 8 3/4" x 14"

      Top Engr. Office, V.D.

    • 21.31E
      No. 99 Wickham's Attack on Fed. Cav., Nov. 22d, 1864,
      Lithograph; 3" x 2 3/4"

      Top Engr. Office, V.D.

    • 21.31F
      No. 8 Map Showing the Routes and Camps of the 2d Corps, A.N.V., from Gaines' Mill to Lynchburg, VA., June 13th to 18th, 1864, and of the Army of the Valley District from Lynchburg to Salem and Staunton, VA., June 19th to 27th, 1864,
      Lithograph; 5 1/4" x 12 1/2"

      Top Engr. Office, V.D.

    • 21.31G
      No. 6 Map, from Maj. A.H. Campbell's Surveys, Showing Position of 2d Corps, A. N. VA., at Hanover Junction, VA. May 22d to May 27th, 1864,
      Lithograph; 5 3/4" x 8"

      Top Engr. Office, V.D.

    • 21.32A
      No. 1 Map, from Maj. A.H. Campbell's Surveys, Showing the Positions of the Camps and Pickets of the 2d Corps, A. N. VA., May 3d, 1864, and the Routes of March from May 4th to May 21st, 1864, to the Battles of the Wilderness and Spotsylvania C. H., VA.,
      Lithograph; 7 1/2" x 11"

      Top Engr. Office, V.D.

    • 21.32B
      No. 5 Map, from Maj. A.H. Campbell's Surveys, Showing the Routes and Positions of the 2d Coprs, A. N. VA., from May 21st to May 27th, 1864,
      Lithograph; 11" x 8"

      Top Engr. Office, V.D.

    • 21.32C
      No. 7 Map, from Maj. A.H. Campbell's Surveys, Showing the Routes, Camps,and Positions of the 2d Corps, A. N. VA., from May 27th to June 13th, 1864,
      Lithograph; 10 1/2" x 8 1/4"

      Top Engr. Office, V.D.

    • 21.32D
      No. 11 Map, Showing Routes and Camps of the Army of the Valley Dist. from Staunton, VA., to Washington, D.C., and back to Strasburg, VA., from June 27th to July 22d, 1864,
      Lithograph; 8 3/4" x 14"

      Top Engr. Office, V.D.

    • 21.32E
      No. 99 Wickham's Attack on Fed. Cav., Nov. 22d, 1864,
      Lithograph; 3" x 2 3/4"

      Top Engr. Office, V.D.

    • 21.32F
      No. 8 Map Showing the Routes and Camps of the 2d Corps, A.N.V., from Gaines' Mill to Lynchburg, VA., June 13th to 18th, 1864, and of the Army of the Valley District from Lynchburg to Salem and Staunton, VA., June 19th to 27th, 1864,
      Lithograph; 5 1/4" x 12 1/2"

      Top Engr. Office, V.D.

    • 21.32G
      No. 6 Map, from Maj. A.H. Campbell's Surveys, Showing Position of 2d Corps, A. N. VA., at Hanover Junction, VA. May 22d to May 27th, 1864,
      Lithograph; 5 3/4" x 8"

      Top Engr. Office, V.D.

    • 21.33A
      No. 2 Sketch of the Battle of the Wilderness. Position of 2d Corps. A. N. VA., Thursday, May 5th, 1864,
      Lithograph; 4 1/4" x 6 1/2"

      Top Eng. 2d Corps

    • 21.33B
      No. 3 Sketch of the Battle of the Wilderness. Position of 2d Corps, A. N. VA., Friday, May 6th, 1864,
      Lithograph; 7 1/4" x 8 1/2"

      Top Eng. 2d Corps

    • 21.33C
      No. 4 Sketch Showing Positions and Entrenchments of the 2d Corps, A. N. VA., During the Battles of Spotsylvania C. H. VA., from May 9th to May 21st, 1864,
      Lithograph; 6 1/2" x 8"

      Top Engr. V.D.

    • 21.33D
      no 14 Map of Action of McCausland's Cavalry Brigade at Hagerstown, Md., Thursday, July 7th, 1864,
      Lithograph; 6 1/2" x 5 1/2"

      Top Eng. V.D.

    • 21.33E
      No. 13 Map of the Capture of North Mountain Depot, VA. by McCausland's Cavalry Brigade, Monday, July 4th, 1864,
      Lithograph; 6 1/2" x 6 1/4"

      Top Eng. V.D.

    • 21.33F
      No. 16 Sketch of the Battle of Rutherford's Farm, VA., July 20th, 1864,
      Lithograph; 5 1/2" x 6 1/4"

      Top Eng. A.V.D.

    • 21.33G
      No. 9 Map of Engagement near lynchburg, VA. Saturday, June 18th, 1864,
      Lithograph; 9" x 6 1/2"

      Top Eng. A.V.D.

    • 21.33H
      No. 10 Map of Engagement at Hanging Rock, Roanoke County, VA., Tuesday, June 21st, 1864,
      Lithograph; 10" x 7 1/4"

      Top Eng. A.V.D.

    • 21.33I
      No. 15 Sketch of the Battle of Monocacy, Frederick Co., Md., Saturday, July 9th, 1864,
      Lithograph; 10" x 7 1/4"

      Top Engr. V.D.

    • 21.34A
      Plan of the Battle-Field at Bull Run, July 21st, 1861,
      Lithograph; 16" x 13 1/2"

      by J. J. Young

    • 21.34B
      Map of the Battle-Fields of Manassas and the Surrounding Region, Showing the Various Actions of the 21st July, 1861 between the Armies of the Confederate States and the United States,
      Lithograph; 16" x 13 1/4"

      by W. G. Atkinson

    • 21.35A
      Map of the Rappahannock River from Port Royal to Richards Ferry,
      Lithograph; 7 1/4" x 19"

      by Brig. Gen. D.P. Woodbury

    • 21.35B
      Map of the Field-Operations of the Potomac under Major General Joseph Hooker in the Battles with the Army of General Lee near Chancellorsville and Fredericksburg between April 27th and May 7th 1863,
      Lithograph; 9" x 16 1/2"

      by Brig. Gen. G.K. Warren

    • 21.35C
      Portions of the Middle Department 2nd Division 8th Army Corps,
      Lithograph; 9" x 10 1/2"

      by Capt. W. Angelo Powell

    • 21.36A
      Rough Sketch of Reconnaissance May 24th 1862,
      Lithograph; 4 1/4" x 5"

      Julius Bien and Co.

    • 21.36B
      Map Illustrating the Battle of Hanover, VA. May 27, 1862,
      Lithograph; 4 1/4" x 5"

      Julius Bien and Co.

    • 21.36C
      Engagement near Hanover Court-House, VA. May 27 1862,
      Lithograph; 4 1/4" x 6"

      Julius Bien and Co.

    • 21.36D
      Reconnaissance made on the Afternoon of May the 23d 1862,
      Lithograph; 4 1/4" x 6"

      Julius Bien and Co.

    • 21.36E
      Map of March from Mount Airey to Old Church, VA. May 23rd 1862,
      Lithograph; 4 1/4" x 5"

      Julius Bien and Co.

    • 21.36F
      Skirmish between Two Rebel Batteries and Battery B, 1st Md. Art'y June 5th 1862 at New Bridge, VA.,
      Lithograph; 6" x 8"

      Julius Bien and Co.

    • 21.36G
      Battle of Mechanicsville, VA. June 26 and 27, 1862 Penn. Reserve-Corps Division Porter's Army Corps,
      Lithograph; 6" x 5"

      Julius Bien and Co.

    • 21.36H
      Sketch of the battle of New market, VA. June 30 1862 Penna. reserve-Corps Division Porter's Army Corps,
      Lithograph; 6" x 6"

      Julius Bien and Co.

    • 21.36I
      Map to Accompany the Report of Brig. Gen. J.E.B. Stuart, C.S. Army Commanding Pamunkey Expedition to the Enemy's Rear June 13, 14 and 15, 1862,
      Lithograph; 6" x 8"

      Julius Bien and Co.

    • 21.36J
      Malvern Hill, VA. Morell's Division July 1st 1862,
      Lithograph; 6" x 4 1/2"

      Julius Bien and Co.

    • 21.36K
      Engagement near Hanover Court-House, VA. May 27 1862,
      Lithograph; 6" x 6"

      Julius Bien and Co.

    • 21.36L
      Topography of the Battle-Field of Cross Keys, VA.,
      Lithograph; 6" x 6"

      by John Pilsen; Julius Bien and Co.

    • 21.36M
      Map of Route and Positions First Corps, Army of Virginia, major General Sigel, Commanding from July 7th to Sept. 10th 1862,
      Lithograph; 6" x 10 1/2"

      by Franz Kappner; Julius Bien and Co.

    • 21.39
      United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey Thorofare gap Quadrangle Virginia, 1943
      Lithograph; 22 1/2" x 17 3/4"

      by the geological Survey; U.S. Geological Survey

    • 21.40
      U.S. Geological Survey Areal Geology Maryland-Virginia, 1895
      Lithograph; 17 1/2" x 13 3/4"

      by the Geological Survey; U.S. Geological Survey

    • 21.41
      U.S. Geological Survey Maryland-Virginia, 1914
      Lithograph; 17 1/2" x 13 3/4"

      by the Geological Survey; U.S. Geological Survey

    • 21.45
      Potomac River (in Four Sheets) Sheet No. 2 from Piney Point to Lower Cedar Point, 1862
      Hand Colored Lithograph; 23" x 29"

      by A. Maedel, H. S. Barnard and A. Peterson; Survey of the Coast of the United States, Coast Survey Office

    • 21.48
      Second Bull Run Campaign, Situation Night of Aug. 1862,
      Lithograph; 9 1/2" x 12 1/4"

      The Civil War

    • 21.49
      Louisa C.H., VA to Hancock, MD; Vicinity of Fredericksburg,
      Hand colored wood engraving; 6 1/2" x 3 3/4"

      by Waters-Son N.Y.

    • 21.50
      Piscataway, MD / Mt. Vernon, VA to Rossburg, MD; Washington, DC,
      Hand colored wood engraving; 7" x 5"

      by G. Woolworth Oolton N.Y.

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    [Maps III]
    • unnumbered
      Pope's Campaign in Virginia, Part of Virginia Showing the Postiions of the Armies on the Morning of August 27, 1862,

      by William J. Wilson

    • 5.1
      Capitol Building and Washington, D.C.,
      Hand Colored Lithograph; 4 1/4" x 7 1/2"

      by Charles Magnus

    • 21.51
      Map of the Peninsular Campaign,
      7 1/2" x 5 3/4"

      by Fisk and Russell N.Y.

    • 21.52
      Map of Pope's Military Operations in Virginia, August and September 1862,
      Wood Engraving

      The Soldier in Our Civil War

    • 21.53
      The Battle of Bull Run, Plans of Operations, July 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

      Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War

    • 21.55
      Environs of Warrenton, (Virginia.), undated
      Wood Engraving

      By Walker & Boutall

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    [Mine Run]
    • 20.37
      A. Mine Run - Centre of Confederate Position; B. Mine Run - Recrossing at Germania Ford; C. Mine Run - Warren's Last Position, November 1863
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

      Harper's History of the Great Rebellion

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    [Miscellaneous]
    • 20.1
      Daily Constitutional Union, July 2, 1864

      Newspaper

    • 20.3
      Virginia Troops Crossing the Blue Ridge at Laybreak, an Route for Manassas, Junction
      Wood Engraving; 7" x 9 1/4"
    • 20.12
      The Civil War in America: Baggage-Wagons and Gun-Carriages of the Army of the Potomac on the Move, April 5, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 9" x 13 1/2" [Same image as 20.38 in folder 33]

      The Illustrated London News

    • 20.14A
      The Army of Virginia - Siegel's Corps Being Reviewed by Major-General Pope, August 30, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 4 1/2" x 13 3/4"

      by Mr. Anton Kellner; Harper's Weekly

    • 20.14B
      The Army of Virginia - Contrabands Coming in to Colonel Cluseret's Head-Quarters, August 30, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 4 3/4" x 13 3/4"

      by Mr. Davenport; Harper's Weekly

    • 20.15
      Scene near Trent's House, Formerly General M'Clellan's Head-Quarters - Franklin's Corps Falling Back - June 29, 1862, August 16, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 13 3/4"

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

    • 20.18
      Testing the Large Rifled Gun "Union" for the First Time, at Fort Monroe, in the Presence of Generals Wool and Butler, September 9, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 13 3/4"

      The New-York Illustrated News

    • 20.19A
      Sheridan's Campaign - Battle of Winchester - Position of the 19th Corps, Gen. Emery, Sept. 19 - The Centre, October 15, 1864
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 4 3/4" x 14 1/4"

      by J. E. Taylor; Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 20.19B
      Sheridan's Campaign - battle of Winchester - Charge of Crook's 8th Corps - The Right, October 15, 1864
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 4 3/4" x 14 1/4"

      by J. E. Taylor; Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 20.20
      The March from Williamsburg, May, 1862
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 13 3/4"

      Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War

    • 20.21
      Virginia - The Frightful Disaster at the Pocahontas Coal Mines, March 13th - Scenes at the Mouth of the Mines after the Explosion; A Ghastly Midnight Spectacle - Gathering the Remains of the Victims; A Fruitless Attempt to Enter the Burning Mine, March 22, 1884
      Wood Engraving; 14 1/2" x 9"

      by J. Lansing and R. P. Johnson; Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 20.22
      Virginia - The Terrible Disaster at the Pocahontas Coal Mines, March 13th - A Young Wife Discovers the Dead Body of her Husband, Blown from the Mouth of the Mine, March 22, 1884
      Wood Engraving; 11" x 9"

      by James Lansing; Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 20.23
      Surrender of Gen. Lee's Army, April 9, 1865; Front View of W. M'Lean's House, at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, in which General Lee Signed the Terms of Surrender; General Lee's Army Firing Its Last Gun; Major Howe's Grave, at the Church near Appomattox Court House; Rear View of Mr. M'Lean's House, Appomattox Court House, November 4, 1865
      Wood Engraving; 14" x 9 1/4"

      by Col. Battersby; Harper's Weekly

    • 20.24
      From Five Forks to Appomattox - "During the Hours of the Day There Was Constant Pursuit and Fighting.",
      Reproduced Painting; 12" x 19"

      by R. F. Zogbaum; Harper's Weekly

    • 20.27
      Virginia during the War - Scenes in the Army of the Potomac, September and October, 1863. A. Bridge over Cedar Creek; B. Signal Station; C. Frank Leslie in Camp; D. Ruins of Bull Run Bridge; E. A Virginia Hotel; A Virginia Farmer by Day; F. Newsboys Carrying Papers to Camp; G. The Equinoctial Storm,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

      hdl   

      By Edwin Forbes; The Civil War in the United States

    • 20.28A
      Virginia during the War - Scenes in the Army of the Potomac, September and October, 1863. A. Bridge over Cedar Creek; B. Signal Station; C. Frank Leslie in Camp; D. Ruins of Bull Run Bridge; E. A Virginia Hotel; A Virginia Farmer by Day; F. Newsboys Carrying Papers to Camp; G. The Equinoctial Storm,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

      By Edwin Forbes; The Civil War in the United States [Same image as 20.39 in folder 33]

    • 20.28B
      Capture of a Train, near Meadow Bridge, VA., by General Stoneman
      Wood Engraving; 3 1/2" x 4 1/2"

      The Soldier in Our Civil War

    • 20.28C
      General Meade Recrossing the Rappahannock, October, 1863, before Lee's Advance
      Wood Engraving; 4 3/4" x 14 1/4"

      by Edwin Forbes; The Soldier in Our Civil War

    • 20.28D
      Virginia Farmers' Families on Their Way to the Federal Commissary for Provisions
      Wood Engraving; 6" x 9 1/4"

      by Edwin Forbes; The Soldier in Our Civil War

    • 20.30
      Defeat of General Braddock, in the French and Indian War, in Virginia, in 1775,
      Hand colored wood engraving; 9 1/2" x 13 1/2"

      Ballou's Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion

    • 20.31
      United States Cavalry Depot, Giesboro, opposite Washington; View of Washington from the Cavalry Depot at Giesboro; Inspection of a New Lot of Horses; Disabled Horses Turned in for Medical Treatment, July 15, 1865
      Wood engraving; 14" x 20 1/2"

      Harpers Weekly

    • 20.33
      Chronicle of the State of Virginia, June 23, 1855
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

      hdl   

      Ballou's Pictorial

    • 20.36
      Return of fifty-seven Wounded Soldiers of the National Army Captured at Bull Run, Scene on Board the United States Steamer "Louisiana", to which they were Transferred, under a Flag of Truce,
      Wood Engraving

      The Soldier in our Civil War

    • 20.38
      The Civil War in America: Baggage-Wagons and Gun-Carriages of the Army of the Potomac on the Move, April 5, 1862
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9" x 13 1/2"

      The Illustrated London News [Same image as 20.12 in folder 33]

    • 20.39
      Virginia during the War - Scenes in the Army of the Potomac, September and October, 1863. A. Bridge over Cedar Creek; B. Signal Station; C. Frank Leslie in Camp; D. Ruins of Bull Run Bridge; E. A Virginia Hotel; A Virginia Farmer by Day; F. Newsboys Carrying Papers to Camp; G. The Equinoctial Storm,
      Wood Engraving

      By Edwin Forbes; The Civil War in the United States [Same image as 20.28 in folder 33]

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    [Mount Vernon]
    • 16.1
      Virginia, - Der George Washington Fost No. 103, G. A. R. von New-York schmuckt das Grab Washingtons auf Mount Vernon, am 30. Mai 1881,
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/2" x 14"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper [German Language Edition]

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    [Munson's Hill]
    • unnumbered
      A. Franklin's Brigade Passing Arlington Mill on its way to Occupy Munson's Hill; B. A Portion of the Confederate Works on Munson's Hill; C. General McClellan Occupying the Confederate Position at Munson's Hill,
      October 23, 1861
      Wood Engraving

      The Illustrated London News

    • unnumbered
      A. Munson's Hill as it now Appears with the Fort Erected by the Garibaldi Regiment; B. Photographic Saloon in Camp, Near Ball's Cross Roads, Virginia; C. The Batteries on the Potomac - Budd's Ferry; D. The Batteries on the Potomac - Evansport,
      November 23, 1861
      Wood Engraving

      Harper's Weekly

    • 6.6
      Arlington Mills, near the Boundary Line of Munson's Hill,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9 1/2" x 13 3/4"

      Pictorial Battles of the Civil War

    • 6.9A
      The Rebel Fortifications on Munson's Hill, Three Miles Southwest of Arlington Heights,
      September 21, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 7" x 9 1/4"

      Pictorial History of the War of 1861 [same image as 6.17A in folder 35]

    • 6.9B
      Skirmishing between the Pickets of the Two Armies, near Munson's Hill - The Hill in the Distance,
      September 21, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 6" x 9 1/4"

      Pictorial History of the War of 1861 [same image as 6.17B in folder 35]

    • 6.17A
      The Rebel Fortifications on Munson's Hill, Three Miles Southwest of Arlington Heights,
      September 21, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 7" x 9 1/4"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper [same image as 6.9A in folder 35]

    • 6.17B
      Skirmishing between the Pickets of the Two Armies, near Munson's Hill - The Hill in the Distance,
      September 21, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 6" x 9 1/4"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper [same image as 6.9B in folder 35]

    • 20.41
      A Quaker Gun at Munson's Hill and the Works Beyond Embrasured,
      Wood Engraving

      Pictorial War Record

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    [Occoquan]
    • 11.1
      Army Beef Swimming the Occoquan River, Virginia, July 4, 1863
      Wood Engraving; 4 1/2" x 13 3/4"

      hdl   

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

    • 11.2
      Bloody Fight at Occoquan, Virginia, February 15, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 6" x 9"

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

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    [Potomac]
    • unnumbered
      New Military Road Near the Chain Bridge, Virginia, January 18, 1862
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 13 3/4"

      hdl   

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper [same image as 1.12]

    • unnumbered
      Views on the Potomac below Washington, May 18, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 14" x 9"

      The Illustrated London News [same image as 1.6 in folder 37]

    • unnumbered
      The Civil War in America: The Great Falls of the Potomac, September 28, 1861
      Wood Engraving

      The Illustrated London News

    • unnumbered
      The War in America: The Chain-Bridge across the Potomac above Georgetown, Looking towards the Virginian Shore, October 12, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 7" x 9 1/4"

      The Illustrated London News [same image as 1.3 in folder 37]

    • unnumbered
      The Civil War in America: The Long Bridge over the Potomac at Washington, Guarded by United States' Artillery, July 20, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 7" x 9 1/2"

      The Illustrated London News [same image as 1.1 in folder 37]

    • 1.1
      The Civil War in America: The Long Bridge over the Potomac at Washington, Guarded by United States' Artillery, July 20, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 7" x 9 1/2"

      The Illustrated London News [same image as unnumbered in folder 37]

    • 1.2
      The Civil War in America: Attack on the Pickets of the Garibaldi Guard on the East Branch of the Potomac, July 20, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 6 1/2" x 9 1/4" [3 copies]

      The Illustrated London News

    • 1.3
      The War in America: The Chain-Bridge across the Potomac above Georgetown, Looking towards the Virginian Shore, October 12, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 7" x 9 1/4"

      The Illustrated London News [same image as unnumbered in folder 37]

    • 1.4
      Engagement between the Gunboat Flotilla, Freeborn and Reliance, under the Command of Captain James H. Ward, And a Secession Force at Mathias Point, VA. on the Potomac River - Death of Captain Ward, July 6, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/2" x 14"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 1.5A
      Looking down the Potomac, From the Chain Bridge
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 6 1/2" x 9"

      hdl   

      Picturesque America

    • 1.5B
      Arlington Heights, from Grounds in National Observatory,
      Wood Engraving; 4 1/2" x 6"

      Picturesque America

    • 1.6
      Views on the Potomac below Washington, May 18, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 14" x 9"

      hdl   

      The Illustrated London News [same image as unnumbered in folder 37]

    • 1.7
      The Campaign in Virginia: General Heintzelman's Division Proceeding down the Potomac, May 3, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 6 1/4" x 9"

      by E. S. Hall; Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 1.9
      The Advance Guard of the Grand Army of the United States Crossing the Long Bridge over the Potomac, at 2 A.M. on May 24, 1861, June 8, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9 1/2" x 14"

      Harper's Weekly

    • 1.10
      Seine Fishing on the Potomac River, VA., July 24, 1869
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 6" x 9 1/4"

      by Wm. L. Sheppard; Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 1.11A
      The Confederates Crossing the Potomac, September, 1862
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 13 3/4"

      hdl   

      Harper's History of the Great Rebellion

    • 1.11B
      Monument on the Battle-Field of Bull Run September, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 6" x 7"

      Harper's History of the Great Rebellion

    • 1.12
      New Military Road Near the Chain Bridge, Virginia, January 18, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 13 3/4"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper [2 copies]

    • 1.13
      Federal Battery at Chain Bridge - Exercise with the Big Guns, September 23, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 7 1/2" x 20"

      The New York Illustrated News

    • 1.14
      Falls of the Potomac, from the Maryland Shore, May 6, 1882
      Hand colored wood engraving; 9 1/2" x 14"

      hdl   

      by A. R. Waud; Pictorial War Record

    • 1.15
      North Battery of the Confederates at Shipping Point, on the Virginia Side of the Potomac, Looking up the River,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9" x 14"
    • 1.15
      The Civil War in America: Cutting off a Confederate Despatch-Galley on the Potomac near Freestone Point,
      November 9, 1861
      Wood Engraving
    • 1.16
      The Rebel Batteries on the Potomac now in Prossession of our Troops, March 22, 1862
      Wood Engraving

      By A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

    • 7.1A
      The "Hotel" at Centerville, Virginia, September 7, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 4" x 4 1/2"

      hdl   

      Harper's Weekly

    • 7.1B
      Ruins of the Bridge across the Potomac at Berlin, September 7, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 4" x 4 1/2"

      Harper's Weekly

    • 7.1C
      The Loudon heights across the Potomac, opposite the Position Lately Occupied by General Banks - Harper's Ferry in the Distance, September 7, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 5 1/4" x 9"

      Harper's Weekly

    • 20.40
      Grand Review of General McDowell's Corps D'Armee, by Secretary Cameron, on the South Side of the Potomac, June 17, 1861,
      Wood Engraving

      Harper's Weekly

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    [Potomac II]
    • 1.21
      The Potomac Blockade at Quantico Creek. - Parrot Guns Shelling the Confederate Steamer "George Page." Confederate Batteries in the Distance Firing on Passing Schooners,
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 20 1/4"

      by A. R. Waud; The Pictorial Battles of the Civil War

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    39
    [Quantico]
    • 21.22
      Johnson's Map of the Vicinity of Richmond and Peninsular Campaign in Virginia: Showing also the Interesting Localities along the James, Chickahominy and York Rivers,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 17 1/2" x 26 3/4"

      by Johnson and Ward

    • 21.25
      General Topographical Map [Virginia to Maryland],
      Lithograph; 16" x 27"

      by Julius Bien and Co.

    • 21.26
      Johnson's Virginia, Delaware, Maryland and West Virginia,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 16 3/4" x 23 1/4"

      by Johnson and Ward

    • 21.30A
      No. 1 Map, from Maj. A.H. Campbell's Surveys, Showing the Positions of the Camps and Pickets of the 2d Corps, A. N. VA., May 3d, 1864, and the Routes of March from May 4th to May 21st, 1864, to the Battles of the Wilderness and Spotsylvania C. H., VA.,
      Lithograph; 7 1/2" x 11"

      Top Engr. Office, V.D.

    • 21.30B
      No. 5 Map, from Maj. A.H. Campbell's Surveys, Showing the Routes and Positions of the 2d Coprs, A. N. VA., from May 21st to May 27th, 1864,
      Lithograph; 11" x 8"

      Top Engr. Office, V.D.

    • 21.30C
      No. 7 Map, from Maj. A.H. Campbell's Surveys, Showing the Routes, Camps,and Positions of the 2d Corps, A. N. VA., from May 27th to June 13th, 1864,
      Lithograph; 10 1/2" x 8 1/4"

      Top Engr. Office, V.D.

    • 21.30D
      No. 11 Map, Showing Routes and Camps of the Army of the Valley Dist. from Staunton, VA., to Washington, D.C., and back to Strasburg, VA., from June 27th to July 22d, 1864,
      Lithograph; 8 3/4" x 14"

      Top Engr. Office, V.D.

    • 21.30E
      No. 99 Wickham's Attack on Fed. Cav., Nov. 22d, 1864,
      Lithograph; 3" x 2 3/4"

      Top Engr. Office, V.D.

    • 21.30F
      No. 8 Map Showing the Routes and Camps of the 2d Corps, A.N.V., from Gaines' Mill to Lynchburg, VA., June 13th to 18th, 1864, and of the Army of the Valley District from Lynchburg to Salem and Staunton, VA., June 19th to 27th, 1864,
      Lithograph; 5 1/4" x 12 1/2"

      Top Engr. Office, V.D.

    • 21.30G
      No. 6 Map, from Maj. A.H. Campbell's Surveys, Showing Position of 2d Corps, A. N. VA., at Hanover Junction, VA. May 22d to May 27th, 1864,
      Lithograph; 5 3/4" x 8"

      Top Engr. Office, V.D.

    • 21.42
      Map of Battle-Grounds of August 28th, 29th, and Vath, 1862 in the Vicinity VA Groveton, Prince William Co., VA.,
      Lithograph; 22 1/4" x 26 1/2"

      Engineer Department. U.S. Army

    • 21.43
      Map of Battle-Grounds of August 28th, 29th, and 30th, 1862 in the Vicinity of Groveton, Prince William Co., VA.,
      Lithograph; 22 1/4" x 26 1/2"

      Engineer Department. U.S. Army

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    [Rapidan]
    • 20.16
      The War in America: Winter Quarters of the Left Wing of the Confederate Army on the Rapidan, April 2, 1864
      Wood Engraving; 6 1/2" x 9 1/2"

      The Illustrated London News

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    [Rappahannock River]
    • unnumbered
      A. General Pope's Head-Quarters at Rappahannock Station - General Sigel on the Roof Watching the Enemy; B. Skirmish at Freeman's Ford, August 27 - Death by General Bohlen; C. Warrenton, Virginia, Lately Occupied by the Army of Virginia, September 13, 1852
      Wood Engraving

      by Mr. Davenport; Harper's Weekly

    • 14.2
      Shelling the Rebel Rifle-Pits on the Rappahannock Previous to Sedgwick's Crossing, June 27, 1863
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 13 3/4"

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

    • 14.3
      Building Pontoons on the Rappahannock, May 16, 1863
      Wood Engraving; 11" x 9 1/4"

      Harper's Weekly [2 copies]

    • 14.4
      Die Pontons auf dem Wege nach dem Rappahannock,
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/2" x 8 3/4"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper [German Language Edition]

    • 14.5A
      Pontoon Bridges over the Rappahannock, Built for Reynold's Corps, May 16, 1863
      Wood Engraving; 4 3/4" x 13 3/4"

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

    • 14.5B
      Pontoon Bridges for General Sedgwick's Corps to Cross, May 16, 1863
      Wood Engraving; 4 1/2" x 13 3/4"

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

    • 14.5C
      A Topographical Map of Eastern Virginia from "Fredericksburg" to Richmond," Taken from Tracings (Now in the Possession of the Government) of the Original Railroad Surveys of This Portion of the State, Comprising the Topography for Six Miles on Each Side of the Track. This is the Only Reliable Map of This Portion of the State Ever Made May 16, 1863
      Wood Engraving; 13 3/4" x 9"

      by Charles Sholt [?]; Harper's Weekly

    • 14.7
      Burnside's Army Crossing the Rappahannock from Falmouth to Fredericksburg, at Midnight, Wednesday. December 10th, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 14"

      hdl   

      by H. Lovie; The Soldier in Our Civil War

    • 14.8
      Christmas Day on the Rappahannock in 1862, December 11, 1886
      Hand colored wood engraving; 14" x 19 3/4"

      by Gilbert Gaul; Harpers Weekly

    • 14.9
      The Army of the Potomac - Capture by Sedgwick's Corps of the Rebel Works on the Rappahannock, near the Railway Bridge,
      November 28, 1863
      Wood Engraving

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

    • 14.10
      Russell's Brigade (First Division Sixth Army Corps) Crossing the Rappahannock in Pontoons to Storm the Rebel Works,
      May 16, 1863
      Wood Engraving

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

    • 20.26
      The Army of the Potomac - View of the Rappahannock Looking toward Falmouth, March 28, 1863
      Wood Engraving; 7" x 20 1/2"

      by Mr. A. R. Waud; Harper's Weekly

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    [Rappahannock II]
    • 14.6A
      Volunteer Storming Parties, Taken from the Seventh Michigan and the Nineteenth and Twentieth Massachusetts Regiments, Crossing the Rappahannock, in Advance of the Grand Army, to Drive off the Confederate Sharpshooters Annoying the Pontoniers, December 11th, 1862,
      Wood Engraving; 14 1/2" x 20"

      by H. Lovie; The Soldier in Our Civil War

    • 14.6B
      Generals Pleasanton and Bayard, and Colonel Percy Wyndham, Making a Cavalry Reconnaissance near Fredricksburg, VA.
      Wood Engraving; 8 3/4" x 9"

      The Soldier in Our Civil War

    • 14.6C
      Ponton-Wagons on Their Way from Aquia Creek to the Rappahannock
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/2" x 8 3/4"

      The Soldier in Our Civil War

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    [Roche's Mills]
    • unnumbered
      Camp of the Garibaldi Guards, Colonel D'Utassy, Near Roche's Mills, VA., Potomac River in the Distance,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

      hdl   

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    44
    [Trevilian Station]
    • unnumbered
      Cavalry Battle at Trevilian Station, June 12, 1864,
      Wood Engraving

      The Confederate Soldier in the Civil War

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    45
    [Vienna]
    • 19.1A
      General Schenck, with Four Companies of the First Ohio Regiment, Surprised and Fired into by a Confederate Masked Battery, near Vienna, VA., June 17th, 1861,
      Wood Engraving; 9" x 14"

      [same image as 19.2A]

    • 19.1B
      The battle of Bull Run, between the Federal Army, Commanded by Major General McDowell, and the Confederate Army, under Generals Johnston and Beauregard, on July 21st, 1861 - Advance of the Federal Troops,
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 14"

      [same image as 19.2B]

    • 19.2A
      General Schenck, with Four Companies of the First Ohio Regiment, Surprised and Fired into by a Confederate Masked Battery, near Vienna, VA., June 17th, 1861,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9" x 14"

      The Civil War in the United States [same image as 19.1A]

    • 19.2B
      The battle of Bull Run, between the Federal Army, Commanded by Major General McDowell, and the Confederate Army, under Generals Johnston and Beauregard, on July 21st, 1861 - Advance of the Federal Troops,
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 14"

      The Civil War in the United States [same image as 19.1B]

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    46
    [Virginia]
    • unnumbered
      Grant's Campaign in Virginia - 1. Hancock's 2nd Corps Charging Lee's Right, in Front of Spottsylvania Courthouse, May 12. 2. Rebel Guns Captured in Hancock's Charge, June 11, 1864
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

      By E. Forbes; Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 4.13
      A. The United States Military Telegraph Line at the Junction of the Alexandria, Loudon and Hampshire R.R. and Aqueduct Road from Georgetown, Alexandria, County, VA, Communicating with the Military Department at Washington, D.C.; B. Reconnoitreing the Shores of the Potomac at Night to Discover the Military Works of the Sucessionists by Means of Professor Grant's Powerful Calcium Light, July 6, 1861
      Wood Engraving

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 15.1
      Virginia One Hundred Years Ago, August 19, 1876
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 13 1/2"

      by Sol Eytinge; Harper's Weekly

    • 15.2
      General Grant's Campaign in Virginia, June 9, 1864
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 13 3/4" x 20 1/4"

      Harper's Weekly

    • 15.3
      The Effect of the Rebellion on the Homes in Virginia, December 24, 1864
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 13 1/2" x 20 1/4"

      hdl   

      Harper's Weekly [same image as 15.4 in folder 46]

    • 15.4
      The Effect of the Rebellion on the Homes in Virginia, December 24, 1864
      Wood Engraving; 13 1/2" x 20 1/4"

      Harper's Weekly [same image as 15.3 in folder 46]

    • 15.5
      Our Army Before Richmond - Reconnoissance in Force of the National Troops Under General Hooker and Defeat of the Rebels at Malvern Hills, August 5, August 23, 1862
      Wood Engraving; 13 1/2" x 20 1/4"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

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    47
    [Virginia II]
    • unnumbered
      Manuscript Map of Virginia, West of Washington D.C., [ca. 1861]
      Hand Drawn; 18" x 23"
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    [Warrenton]
    • unnumbered
      A. Warrenton, Virginia; B. McClellan's Adieux to his Officers at Warrenton, Virginia, November 29, 1862
      Wood engraving

      By Mr. Theodore R. Davis; Harper's Weekly

    • 20.7
      The War in America: Warrenton, Virginia, May 30, 1863
      Hand colored wood engraving; 6 1/2" x 9 1/4"

      The Illustrated London News

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    [Washington D.C.]
    • unnumbered
      The Defences at Washington [map],
      August 8, 1863
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

      The Illustrated London News

    • 5.1
      The Operations Near Washington - Scene of the Fight in Front of Fort Stevens, July 12 and 13, August 6, 1864
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9 12" x 14 1/4"

      by E. F. Mullen; Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 5.2A
      The Freshet in the Potomac - The Ice Gorge at the Long Bridge at Washington, D. C., and the Morning of Feb. 5th, February 23, 1867
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 5 1/4" x 14 1/4"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 5.2B
      The Steamers and Tugs Forcing a Passage through the Ice at Washington, D. C., to Escape Destruction, February 23, 1867
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 4" x 7"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 5.2C
      Destruction of Vessels and Piers at Georgetown, D. C., by the Ice During the Great Freshet of February 5th, February 23, 1867
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 4" x 7"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 5.4
      "Sharpshooting" - Trial of Skill of Berdan's Riflemen, Before General McClellan and Staff, Near Washington, Friday, September 20, October 5, 1861
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 5.5
      Views of the Great Aqueduct, Washington, District of Columbia, May 14, 1864
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 13 3/4"

      Harper's Weekly

    • 5.6
      Experimental Practice in Pontoning - Constructing Rope Suspension and Rubber Ponton Bridges at Camp Alexander, near Washington, D. C., in Presence of General McClellan and Staff,
      Wood Engraving; 14 1/2" x 19 3/4"

      The Soldier in Our Civil War [same image as 5.7 in folder 48]

    • 5.6A
      Prince Napoleon Visiting President Lincoln at the White House, Washington, D. C. - Scene on the Balcony during the Performance by the Band, August 17, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 14"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 5.6B
      Block-House Erected near Fort Corcoran, Arlington Heights, VA., by the Twenty-Eighth Regiment, N. Y. S. M., August 17, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 7 1/4" x 9 1/4"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 5.7
      Bewegliche Brucken fur unsere Armee. - Ponton- und Seilbrucker. - Die 300 Fuk lange Ponton-Brucke uber den Anacosta, den ostlichen Arm des potomac, von einer Abtheilung des 15. Regiments New Yorker Freiwilligen, Oberst McLeod Murphy, in zwanzig Minuten gebaut,
      Wood Engraving; 14 1/4" x 19 3/4"

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper [German Language Edition][same image as 5.6 in folder 48]

    • 5.8
      Washington D.C. - Early Morning At the Centre Market, November 13, 1886
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 5.9
      Grand Corral or Horse Depot Near Washington D.C. for the Requirements of the Army of the Potomac (Calvary depot and Corcoran's private art building in Washington D.C.)
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

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      The Soldier in Our Civil War

    • 5.10
      Washington Fish Hatcheries, July 21, 1888
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

      Harper's Weekly (supplement)

    • 5.11
      Washington D.C. - The Inauguration of President Hayes, March 5th - The Ovation in the Evening at the White House, March 24, 1877
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 5.12
      An Artist's Rambles in Washington - No. 5: Scene on an Alexandria Ferry Boat Looking Toward the Capitol, April 19, 1884
      Hand Colored Wood Engraving

      Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

    • 5.13
      Fort Ward,

      By Gen. Barnard; Defenses of Washington

    • 5.14
      Battery Reno, Fort Reno,

      By Gen. Barnard; Defenses of Washington

    • 5.14
      View of Washington From Arlington Heights,
      Wood Engraving

      Cassell's Illustrated History of England

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    [White Plains]
    • 20.17
      Crossing the Manassas Gap Railroad, and the Alexandria and Warrington Turnpike, at White Plains - Arrival of Reinforcements for Beauregard, at the Camp of the Tiger Zouaves, of Louisiana, September 28, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 13 3/4"

      Harper's Weekly

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    [White Springs]
    • 20.2
      General Beauregard's Camp of Confederate Troops at White Springs, Virginia, near the Manassas Gap Railroad, July 13, 1861
      Wood Engraving; 7" x 13 3/4"

      Harper's Weekly

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    [Yellow Tavern]
    • 20.29
      The War in Virginia - Sheridan's Great Battle with J. E. B. Stuart at Yellow Tavern, May 11th, 1864 - The Confederate Raider's Last Fight,
      Wood Engraving; 13 1/2" x 20 1/4"
    • 20.29
      The Siege of Petersburg, VA. - Charge of the Second Division, Ninth Army Corps, into the Crater, July 30th, 1864,
      Wood Engraving; 9 1/4" x 14"

Significant Places Associated With the Collection

  • Virginia, Northern--Maps.
  • Virginia, Northern--Pictorial works.