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"Baltimore's African American Celebrate the...
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
"runaway, $150 Reward!" Broadside For Runaway...
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
2nd Maryland Monument, C.S.A-Culp's Hill, Gettysburg,...
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
This photograph details the dedication of the Confederate monument to the 2nd Maryland regiment, which fought extensively on Culp's Hill during the...
African American Workers On An Unidentified Dock.
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
Ambulances In The Field
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
This photograph depicts the ambulance presence on the battlefield. Despite modern advances in military medicine, hundreds of thousands died from...
Antietam Bridge
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
This image shows a bridge over Antietam Creek, near the town of Sharpsburg, MD. On September 17, 1862, Union forces desperately tried to cross...
Barricade On Saratoga Street
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
This photographs shows fortifications built in the city of Baltimore during the Civil War. After the Baltimore riots, officials and citizens alike...
Battle Of South Mountain, Maryland. September 14, 1862.
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
Battle Of South Mountain, Md
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
This print portrays a Union brigade storming up the hill and overrunning a Confederate unit at the Battle of South Mountain. The battle, which...
Captain Henry Page, Assistant Quartermaster. Army Of The...
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
Charleston Mercury Extra Newspaper Extra, 'Union Is...
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
Civil War wounded at Savage's Station
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
During the Seven Days' Battles, Confederates under recently promoted General Robert E. Lee launched a serious of assaults against the larger Army of...
Detail: "antietam Bridge, Maryland." Incidents Of...
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
Detail: "president Lincoln On Battle-field [sic] Of...
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
Dunker Church, Antietam
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
This image shows the extensive damage inflicted during the Battle of Antietam, the single bloodiest day in American history. Union General George...
Federal Hill
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
This portrait depicts Union soldiers manning the garrison on Federal Hill, overlooking Baltimore. Union General Benjamin Butler ordered his soldiers...
General McClellan Entering Frederick
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
This print shows the support General McClellan, then the commander of the Army of the Potomac, received upon his arrival in Maryland. McClellan...
John Singleton Mosby
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
This photograph shows Confederate Colonel John Mosby. Mosby, a Virginia lawyer before the war, commanded a Confederate cavalry battalion that...
John Singleton Mosby And His Men
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
Confederate calvary battalion commander in the American Civil War.
John Wilkes Booth, 1838-1865
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
Letter: Mary Ann Booth To John Wilkes Booth, March 23, [...
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
Massachusetts Militia Passing Through Baltimore
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
This print reflects the mixed feelings of Marylanders during the Civil War. The first blood was shed when a Baltimore mob attacked the 6th...
Page 52: "the Funeral Cortege, At Boston, Mass., Of...
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
Page 88: "proclamation"
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
People Of Baltimore! The Hour For Action Has Arrived - Let...
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
President Lincoln On Battlefield Of Antietam
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
This image captures a meeting between President Lincoln and his generals after the Battle of Antietam. Lincoln frequently changed commanding...
Sketch 1: "steam Engine Made By A Prisoner In The...
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
"True Sketches and Sayings of Rebel Characters in the Point Lookout Prison Maryland by John I. Omenhausser (Prisoner of War), 1865."
Soldiers With Artillery.
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
The Brown Veil Club (also Known As The Monument Street...
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
The Brown Veil Club sewed uniforms during the Civil War for local men who fled the city to join the Confederate Army. Standing left to right:...
The Massacre At Baltimore. The Sixth Regiment,...
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
The Raid Into Maryland-rebel County Occupying Town Of New...
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
This print depicts the 1864 Confederate raid into New Windsor, MD, a small town in Carroll County. As the Southern cause continued to fade,...
Union Supporters.
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
Wallpaper fragment from Ford's Theatre, removed after...
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
William Murray And Two Soldiers, 53rd Maryland Infantry, C....
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland
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