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President Abraham Lincoln Monument, Springfield, Illinois

Stereoscopic, cabinet size photographs of the National President Abraham Lincoln Monument in Springfield, Illinois. A full standing statue of President Lincoln on a pedestal is the central figure. He is flanked by statues of an artillery group and a cavalry group, and a tall stone obelisk rises up behind and above Lincoln. A large ornately designed base with stairs leading up to a platform rounds out this impressive monument to our 16th President. Imprint on the front mount, "Entered by John Carroll Power, in 1883, in the office of the Librarian of...  

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Culpeper, Virginia

Alexander Gardner view

Wet plate, albumen photograph, 3 x 2 1/4, on 3 5/8 x 2 3/4 card mount. No imprint. Sharp image showing numerous army tents with the village of Culpeper clearly visible in the background. Light age toning to the mount. Pencil ID on the reverse, "Culpeper, Va., Nov. '63." Very fine. This view is Plate 48 published in the famous, Alexander Gardner's Photographic Sketch Book Of The Civil War.

The village of Culpeper is situated on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, about seventy five miles from...  

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Photograph, General Robert C. Cox

Autographed cabinet card with rank

Colonel 207th Pennsylvania Infantry


(1823-1901) Born in Montoursville, Pa., he was a farmer and lumber merchant before the war. He enlisted on November 19, 1862, as major, and was commissioned into the field and staff of the 171st Pennsylvania Infantry. He was mustered out of this regiment on August 8, 1863. He was commissioned colonel of the 207th Pennsylvania Infantry, on November 9, 1864; promoted to brevet brigadier general, April 2, 1865, for gallantry at Fort Stedman and Fort Sedgwick; and he...  

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Photograph, Admiral David G. Farragut

"Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!"

(1801-1870) He entered the navy as a Midshipman in 1810 after having been virtually adopted by Commodore David Porter. The friendship between the two families began when Porter's father was buried on the same day as Farragut's mother in New Orleans. He fought in the Mexican War and was awaiting orders at his Norfolk, Va. home when the Civil War broke out. Told that a person with Union sentiments could not live in Virginia, he packed up his family and Virginian wife and moved north. He was...  

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CDV, General P.G.T. Beauregard

(1818-93) The 4th highest ranking officer in the Confederacy. Graduated #2 in the West Point class of 1838. Brevetted captain and major for gallantry in the Mexican War. He was in command at Charleston, S.C., in April 1861, during the bombardment and capture of Fort Sumter and rose to instant fame in the Confederacy. He also saw action at 1st Manassas, Shiloh, the 1863-64 Charleston, S.C. campaign, Bermuda Hundred and Petersburg. Beauregard was a railroad executive in the 1860's and early 1870's and later served as Commissioner of public works in New...  

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Burnside Bridge, Antietam Battlefield

Alexander Gardner view

The battle of Antietam, Maryland was the single bloodiest day in American military history!


Wet plate, albumen photograph, on 3 5/8 x 2 3/4 card mount. View of the famous stone bridge over Antietam Creek, Maryland. Light edge wear to mount. No imprint. Pencil ID on the reverse, "Antietam," Burnside Bridge, 1862. Desirable Alexander Gardner Antietam view which was published as Plate 20 in Gardner's Photographic Sketch Book of the Civil War, with the title of this image being, "Burnside Bridge,...  

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CDV, General Henry W. Halleck

General in chief of the U.S. Armies during the Civil War

Published by Mathew Brady & Co.


(1815-1872) Graduated 3rd in the West Point class of 1839. An assistant professor while still an undergraduate at the Military Academy, he first worked upon the fortifications of New York Harbor, and in 1844 inspected those of France. Upon his return to the U.S., he wrote a Report on the Means of National Defence, which was published by Congress and won him an invitation from the Lowell Institute of Boston to deliver a series of lectures. These...  

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Photograph, General James Cantey

Colonel of the 15th Alabama Infantry

(1818-74) Born in Camden, S.C., he graduated from South Carolina College, studied law, was admitted to the bar in 1840, and opened a practice in Camden. Cantey served two terms in the South Carolina House of Representatives. He fought as an officer in the "Palmetto Regiment" during the Mexican War, rising to the rank of captain. He was severely wounded and left for dead on the battlefield, but when his slave retrieved his body to send home for burial, he saw faint signs of life in Cantey and...  

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CDV, Confederate General Thomas H. Taylor

Confederate salt print photograph

(1825-1901) A native of Kentucky, he saw action in the Mexican War as a lieutenant in the 3rd Kentucky Infantry. At the outbreak of the Civil War, Taylor was appointed lieutenant colonel, of the 1st Kentucky Infantry, and colonel to rank from October 14, 1861. After service in the Virginia Peninsular campaign, the 1st Kentucky, one of the state's 12 months regiments, was mustered out in the summer of 1862. Taylor then reported to General Edmund Kirby Smith in East Tennessee and commanded a brigade in...  

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CDV, Confederate Colonel Henry M. Rutledge

25th North Carolina Infantry

Wounded three times during the War Between The States


(1839-1921) Born in South Carolina, he attended the University of Virginia. Rutledge, whose grandfather was a signer of the Declaration of Independence, was recalled by a friend as being a, "boyish looking young man of 22, with military education and bearing," but by war's end Rutledge was a battle scarred veteran. He was commissioned lieutenant of infantry in the Provisional Army of the Confederate States, on May 21, 1861, and was...  

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CDV, Confederate General Robert E. Lee

(1807-1870) Born at Stratford, in Westmoreland County, Va., he was the son of the legendary Revolutionary War hero, "Lighthorse Harry" Lee. Graduated #2 in the West Point class of 1829 without a single demerit to his name in 4 years! He emerged from the Mexican War with one wound, three brevets for gallantry, a brilliant reputation, and the ever lasting esteem of the commanding General of the United States Army, Winfield Scott, who said Robert E. Lee was "the very best soldier that I ever saw in the field." Served as Superintendent of...  

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CDV, General Quincy A. Gillmore

(1825-88) Graduated #1 in the West Point class of 1849. Gillmore was chief engineer of the Port Royal, S.C. expedition in 1861-62 which effected an important Union lodgement on the Carolina coast. His greatest moment in the Civil War came when his brilliant plan reduced Fort Pulaski, Ga., the Confederate stronghold which guarded the approach to the Savannah River. In 1863 he commanded the Department of the South and was in charge of the Charleston campaign. It was said that his operations constituted a new era in the science of engineering and gunnery. In...  

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