Winter Quarters Of The Rebel Army At Manassas, Va., 1862

Date:
1862
Creator:
George N. Barnard, (1819-1902)

This stereograph captures the Confederate army stationed in Manassas for the snowy winter of 1862.

Description (physical):

Photographic print on stereo card

Location:
10 1st St SE Washington,District of Columbia 20003
Identifier:
LC-USZ62-118360
Institution:
Library of Congress

Confederate Fortifications At Manassas, Va.

Date:
March 1862
Creator:
Alexander Gardner, (1821-1882)

This photograph shows Confederate fortifications in March 1862 in Manassas, Virginia. Union General George McClellan bypassed Northern Virginia during his advance on Richmond, instead sailing the Union Army down the Chesapeake Bay to the James River.

Description (physical):

Photographic print

Location:
10 1st St SE Washington,District of Columbia 20003
Identifier:
LC-USZ62-93646
Institution:
Library of Congress

Manassas, Va. Men Of Co. C, 41st New York Infantry

Date:
July 1862
Creator:
Timothy H. O' Sullivan, (1840-1882)

This photograph depicts Company C of the 41st New York Infantry Regiment. Timothy H. O' Sullivan took this photograph prior to the disastrous Battle of Second Manassas.

Description (physical):

Glass, wet collodion

Location:
10 1st St SE Washington,District of Columbia 20003
Identifier:
LC-DIG-cwpb-04017
Institution:
Library of Congress

Manassas, Va., Vicinity. Headquarters Of Gen. Irvin Mcdowell, Formerly Used By Gen. P. G. T. Beauregard

Date:
Jul5, 1862
Creator:
Timothy H. O' Sullivan, (1840-1882)

This photograph is from the Eastern Theater, where Union and Confederate armies met both in July 1861 and August 1862. Gen. McDowell, the losing commander at First Manassas, set up field operations around Manassas after failing to defeat General Stonewall Jackson in the Shenandoah Valley.

Description (physical):

Glass, stereograph; wet collodion

Location:
10 1st St SE Washington,District of Columbia 20003
Identifier:
LC-DIG-cwpb-00295
Institution:
Library of Congress

Manassas, Va. Our Photographer At Manassas

Date:
Jul4, 1862
Creator:
Timothy H. O' Sullivan, (1840-1882)

This is a photograph of the woods in Manassas, depicting a photographer and his carriage. Taken in July 1862, it was about a year after First Manassas and about two months before Second Manassas.

Description (physical):

Photographic print

Location:
10 1st St SE Washington,District of Columbia 20003
Identifier:
LC-B8184-651
Institution:
Library of Congress