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Description: Bird's-eye view of Madison, with 12 vignettes.
Date: 1864 ca.
Description: Marshall House, in which Col. E.E. Ellsworth was shot on May 24, 1861.
Description: View down capitol building steps, where cannons sit on a landing, and statues decorate two lampposts. The city spreads out far below.
Description: This map of the Battle of Gettysburg indicates Union positions in red and Confederate positions in blue. Also shown are artillery positions, roads, railroa...
Description: This map shows pictorially a section of bracketdam, section of tree dam, and crib of stone. This map was prepared by order of General Joseph Bailey and is...
Description: General Hood ordered a train full of gunpowder set on fire so that the Union Army couldn't use it, resulting in a series of explosions.
Description: Ferrotype portrait of Anna Gourley, born April 7, 1858, died November 24, 1864. She is holding a doll in the Wisconsin Historical Society's collections, ac...
Description: View across the Tennessee River toward the city and Cameron Hill, showing the military bridge and some Union Army installations put up following the occupa...
Description: View of St. Peter's Episcopal Church.
Description: The capitol building is on a hill overlooking the city. Union soldiers have pitched tents on the grounds.
Description: "Andersonville Prison, Camp Sumter, Ga., as it appeared August 1st 1864 when it contained 35,000 prisoners of war." A lithograph "drawn from memory by Thom...
Description: A stereograph of exterior of General Lee's residence.
Description: This colored map of the southern and eastern states shows locations of battles and skirmishes from 1861 through May 1864 with red dots or red underlining o...
Description: The village, founded by Delos W. Taft, had its name changed to Bloomington in 1867. It had been named Tafton.
Description: This map shows the routes of the cavalry and of the 14th, 15th, 17th, and 20th Army Corps Atlanta, Ga., to Goldsboro, N.C., during February and March, 1865...
Description: Carte-de-visite portrait of Edwin C. Bolles (1836-1920), professor of English and American History at Tufts. He is best known for amassing a vast archive o...
Description: The National Union Ticket. National Union Party was the name the Republican Party used in 1864 to attract War Democrats who would not vote for the Republic...
Description: Pen and watercolor on paper. From the I.A. Lapham Collection. Shows profile and geological formation of Blue Mound and location of Arnold’s Hotel and Brigh...
Description: List of Civil War draft-dodgers issued by the Provost Marshal's office, Fifth District of Wisconsin.
Description: Soldiers relax around the Army Post Office at the quarters of the Chief Ambulance Officer, Ninth Army Corps.
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