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Date: 1866 

Description: A large fountain with statues. Two (Union?) soldiers are on the far side. Plate 78937

Date: 1866 

Description: Trees with Spanish moss line a path in the Bonaventure Cemetery. Plate 48

Date: 1864 

Description: One of the Confederate defenses around the city, with several cannons behind earthworks. A Union soldier stands near one of the cannons. Plate 40

Date: 1866 

Description: Trees with Spanish moss along the Savannah River. Plate 47

Photograph

Savanah, GA No. 2

Date: 1866 

Description: Elevated view over storefronts and the river. Plate 50

Date: 1864 

Description: View looking out from one of the Confederate defenses around the outside of the city. Wooden palisades surround the earthworks. Houses and other buildings...

Date: 1866 

Description: The south bank of the Chattahoochie River with a bridge spanning it. In the foreground are some battlements. Plate 33

Date: 1864 

Description: View of heavily damaged house and felled trees after General Sherman's army passed through. Plate 38

Date: 1866 

Description: A fence or battlement, with battered trees overlooking a valley. Kenesaw Mountain is in the distance.

Date: 1866 

Description: An empty battlefield with posts sticking out from an earthworks in the foreground. Plate 37

Date: 1866 

Description: Earthworks in a field in foreground. In the middle distance is a small house with a fence. The Kenesaw Mountain is in the background.

Photograph

Savanah, GA No. 1

Date: 1866 

Description: Elevated view over storefronts and the river. Plate 49

Date: 1866 

Description: An empty battlefield with debris among trees. Plate 36

Date: 1866 

Description: Two men stand on either side of an opening in the earthworks at Allatoona Pass. Mountains are in the distance. Plate 28

Date: 1866 

Description: Elevated view of commercial area of the city, taken after General Sherman marched through. Most of the buildings appear to be intact, but one of the build...

Date: 1864 

Description: View down capitol building steps, where cannons sit on a landing, and statues decorate two lampposts. The city spreads out far below. Plate 03

Date: 1864 

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. Plate 44

Date: 1866 

Description: The interior of Fort Sumter showing the battlements. Plate 57

Date: 1866 

Description: Aftermath of the battle at New Hope, a hillside covered with broken and barren trees. Plate 27

Date: 1865 

Description: The ruins of a railroad depot after General Sherman's men burned the town near the end of the Civil War. Plate 61

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