Manassas, Va. Orange And Alexandria Railroad Wrecked By Retreating Confederates

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Manassas, Va. Orange And Alexandria Railroad Wrecked By Retreating Confederates

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Title:  

Manassas, Va. Orange And Alexandria Railroad Wrecked By Retreating Confederates
Date:
March 1862
Creator:
George N. Barnard, (1819-1902)

Content Description: 

This photograph captures Confederate soldiers destroying railroad tracks in Northern Virginia as they retreat towards Richmond. Confederates tried to sabotage any means of transportation in Virginia to delay a Union advance towards Richmond.

Physical Description: 

Glass, wet collodion

Location:
10 1st St SE Washington,District of Columbia 20003
Identifier:
LC-DIG-cwpb-03748

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