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Antietam, Maryland. Picnic Party At Antietam Bridge
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This image, published just days after the Battle of Antietam, depicts a small picnic party on Antietam Creek.
Antietam, Md. Allan Pinkerton ("e. J. Allen") Of...
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph shows Allan Pinkerton, a pioneer in intelligence collection, security, and espionage. Born in Scotland, Pinkerton served in the U.S....
Antietam, Md. Allan Pinkerton, President Lincoln, And Maj....
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This image shows President Lincoln with Major General John A. McClernand, a former Illinois politician and a close friend, and Allan Pinkerton, a...
Antietam, Md. Antietam Bridge On The Sharpsburg-Boonsboro...
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph shows one of the bridges that spans Antietam Creek. On September 17, 1862, Union forces suffered heavy losses as they tried to cross...
Antietam, Md. Battlefield On The Day Of The Battle
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph shows the action below as the Union and Confederate armies clashed on September 17, 1862. The Battle of Antietam is the single...
Antietam, Md. Blacksmith Shoeing Horses At Headquarters,...
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph captures blacksmiths shoeing horses during the Antietam Campaign for General McClellan's Army of the Potomac. Not every enlisted man...
Antietam, Md. Col. John S. Crocker, Lt. Col. Benjamin C....
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph shows Union officers relaxing during the Antietam Campaign. The Campaign, General Robert E. Lee's first advance across the Potomac...
Antietam, Md. Confederate Dead By A Fence On The Hagerstown...
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph captures the Confederate dead alongside the Hagerstown Turnpike. The road, which leads into Sharpsburg from the north, saw heavy...
Antietam, Md. Confederate Dead In A Ditch On The Right Wing...
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This Alexander Gardner photograph, taken after the Battle of Antietam, shows Confederate casualties in a rifle pit on the battlefield. The...
Antietam, Md. President Lincoln and Gen. George B....
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph depicts President Lincoln with Major General George B. McClellan, commander of the Army of the Potomac at Antietam. Lincoln and...
Antietam, Md. Seated: R. William Moore And Allan Pinkerton...
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph depicts Allan Pinkerton and some of his associates during the Antietam Campaign. Pinkerton, best known for his Pinkerton National...
Battlefield Of Bull Run
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph shows the terrain on which the Union and Confederate armies fought the First Battle of Manassas.
Buffalo Bill's Wild West and Congress of Rough Riders...
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
Circus poster showing American Indians leading attack against pioneers in covered wagons. Includes portrait of Buffalo Bill on horseback. The Pony...
Confederate Fortifications At Manassas, Va.
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph shows Confederate fortifications in March 1862 in Manassas, Virginia. Union General George McClellan bypassed Northern Virginia...
D.R. Miller House, With Family On Porch, Hagerstown Pike,...
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph shows the Miller house in Sharpsburg, Maryland. The Battle of Antietam commenced as Union soldiers under Major General Joseph Hooker...
Keedysville, Md., vicinity. Smith's barn, used as a...
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph shows a barn in Keedysville, Maryland, near the Battle of Antietam. After the battle, this barn was used as a makeshift hospital to...
Lt. Rufus King, Lt. Alonzo Cushing, Lt. Evan Thomas And...
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph shows Union artillery officers during the Antietam Campaign. Lt. Rufus King was awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions during the...
Manassas Junction, Va. Soldiers Beside Damaged Rolling...
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph depicts soldiers standing alongside destroyed rail lines in Manassas Junction. Before the Battle of Second Manassas, Confederate...
Manassas Junction, Va., After Its Evacuation By The...
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph shows a deserted Manassas Junction, after Confederates had withdrawn south to defend Richmond.
Manassas, Va. Confederate Fortifications, With Federal...
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph depicts Union soldiers overrunning Confederate fortifications at Manassas. The Confederate Army left behind many of its positions in...
Manassas, Va. Confederate Winter Quarters
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph, taken in July 1862, shows the abandoned Confederate winter quarters in Manassas. Later that summer, Manassas hosted another decisive...
Manassas, Va. Men Of Co. C, 41st New York Infantry
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph depicts Company C of the 41st New York Infantry Regiment. Timothy H. O' Sullivan took this photograph prior to the disastrous Battle...
Manassas, Va. Orange And Alexandria Railroad Wrecked By...
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph captures Confederate soldiers destroying railroad tracks in Northern Virginia as they retreat towards Richmond. Confederates tried to...
Manassas, Va. Our Photographer At Manassas
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
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, Va. Provost Guard Of The 9th New York Infantry
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph shows Union forces approaching the abandoned Confederate winter quarters in Manassas.
Manassas, Va. Yellow Hospital
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This is a photograph of a field hospital in Manassas, Virginia
Manassas, Va., Vicinity. Headquarters Of Gen. Irvin...
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph is from the Eastern Theater, where Union and Confederate armies met both in July 1861 and August 1862. Gen. McDowell, the losing...
Monument On Battle-field Of Bull Run.
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph captures a recently-constructed monument to commemorate the men who fell fighting during the two battles of Manassas.
Railroad Bridge Across Bull Run. O. & A. R.r.
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph shows an important crossing point of Bull Run Creek, near Manassas, Virginia. The First Battle of Manassas started as Union soldiers...
Signal Station On Elk Mountain, Md. Overlooking Battlefield...
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This image depicts a Union signal station in western Maryland atop Elk Mountain. Both sides controlled the position during the war, but Union...
The "sunken Road" At Antietam
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This photograph captures the scene of casualties in the "Sunken Road," also known as "Bloody Lane." This position represented the center of the...
The Alaska Line
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
From the Library of Congress Geography and Map Division
Winter Quarters Of The Rebel Army At Manassas, Va., 1862
Library Of Congress, Washington, District Of Columbia
This stereograph captures the Confederate army stationed in Manassas for the snowy winter of 1862.
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