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William Quantrill's replica wax head at the Dover Historical Society Museum in Ohio
Wounded Indians after the battle of the Wilderness at Marye's Heights in Fredericksburg, Virginia on May 1864
Wounded soldiers after the battle of the Wilderness photographed by James Gardner in May 1864
Wounded trees at Gettysburg circa 1863
Wounder soldiers in Fredericksburg, Va photographed by James Gardner on May 20 1864
"The Battle of Antietam, Md. Sept. 17th 1862" lithograph by Currier & Ives circa 1862-1863
A cavalry orderly at Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa Sept-Oct 1862
A federal encampment at Cumberland Landing on the Virginia Peninsula, in May 1862, photographed by James F. Gibson
Abraham Lincoln & son Thomas in 1865
Abraham Lincoln and Gen. George B. McClellan at Antietam photographed by Alexander Gardner on Oct 3, 1862
Abraham Lincoln at Gettysburg Dedication Ceremony on November 19, 1863
Abraham Lincoln at Gettysburg in 1863
Abraham Lincoln in 1847
Abraham Lincoln in 1850
Abraham Lincoln in 1858
Abraham Lincoln photographed by Alexander Gardner at Antietam on October 3, 1862
Abraham Lincoln photographed by Alexander Gardner on Aug 9, 1863
Abraham Lincoln photographed by Alexander Gardner on August 9, 1863
Abraham Lincoln photographed by Alexander Gardner on Feb 5, 1865
Abraham Lincoln photographed by Anthony Berger on Feb 9, 1864
Abraham Lincoln photographed by Mathew Brady  in 1861
Abraham Lincoln photographed by Mathew Brady in 1861
Abraham Lincoln photographed by Mathew Brady in 1861
Abraham Lincoln photographed by Mathew Brady in 1861
Abraham Lincoln photographed by Mathew Brady in New York on January 8, 1864
Abraham Lincoln seated between his private secretaries John G. Nicolay and John Hay photographed by Alexander Gardner in 1863
Abraham Lincoln with (from left) Col. Alexander S. Webb, Chief of Staff, 5th Corps, Gen. George B. McClellan. Photographed by Alexander Gardner on Oct 3, 1862
Abraham Lincoln with Allan Pinkerton and Maj. Gen. John A. McClernand photographed by Alexander Gardner at Antietam on October 3, 1862
Abraham Lincoln, lying in state at NYC Hall, circa 1865
Abraham Lincoln, post mortem photo, circa 1865
Abraham Lincoln's funeral car in 1865
Abraham Lincoln's funeral procession on Pennsylvannia Avenue in 1865
Abraham Lincoln's hearse in Springfield, Illinois in 1865
Abraham Lincoln's inauguration at the Capitol Building on March 4, 1861
Abraham Lincoln's inauguration at the Capitol Building on March 4, 1861
Abraham Lincoln's Inauguration on March 4, 1861
African-American army cook at City Point, VA
African-American Civil War nurses
African-American soldiers at Dutch Gap, Va in 1864
Albert Woolson: Last Civil War veteran
Albert Woolson: Last Civil War veteran
Albert Woolson: Last Civil War Veteran
Albert Woolson: Last Civil War Veteran
Albert Woolson's Funeral in 1956: Last Civil War Veteran
Alfred Packer: Former Civil War soldier
Alfred Packer: Former Civil War soldier
Allan Pinkerton of the Secret Service on horseback in Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa Sept 1862
Andersonville Prison cartoon
Andersonville Prison in Andersonville, Ga
Antietam Cemetery in foreground, South Mountain in background - gap shows location of Signal Station during battle. Photo taken circa 1862-1865
Appomattox Courthouse in Virginia circa  April 1865
Arlington House,  former residence of Gen. Robert E. Lee photographed by Andrew J. Russell on June 29, 1864.
Asia Booth Clarke
Battle of Antietam, dead Confederate artillerymen, photographed by Alexander Gardner in front of Dunker Church circa Sept 1862
Battle of Antietam, dead soldiers in "Bloody Lane," circa Sept of 1862
Battle of Antietam, Dunker Church, photographed by Alexander Gardner circa Sept 1862
Battle of Antietam, scene where Sumner's corps charged the enemy, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa Sept 1862
Battle of Antietam, wood engraving, depicts General Burnside holding the hill, attack by General Franklin, and General McClellan to the rescue, published in Harper's Weekly in Oct 1862
Battle of Antietam, "A Lone Grave," photographed by Alexander Gardner circa Sept  1862
Battle of Gettbysurg, "Home of a Rebel Sharpshooter," photographed by Alexander Gardner circa July 1863
Battle of Gettybsurg, dead Confederates soldiers in the "slaughter pen", circa 1863
Battle of Gettysburg
Battle of Gettysburg, Confederate graves, circa 1863
Battle of Gettysburg, dead Confederate soldier, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa July 1863
Battle of Gettysburg, dead Confederate soldiers near the center of the battlefield, circa July 1863
Battle of Gettysburg, dead Confederate soldiers, photographed by Timothy O'Sullivan circa July 1863
Battle of Gettysburg, dead horses on Trostle Farm after the battle, circa July 1863
Battle of Gettysburg, dead Union soldiers, circa July 1863
Battle of Petersburg: Stereoview of dead soldier
Battle of Shiloh
Battlefield of Gettysburg in July 1863, view of point of woods where General Reynolds was killed, July 1, 1863
Belle Boyd photographed by Mathew Brady circa 1855 - 1865
Belle Boyd photographed by Mathew Brady circa 1860-1865
Belle Boyd, Confederate Spy, circa 1855-1865
Benjamin Butler, illustration in Harper's Weekly, circa 1861
Bodies of Confederate dead gathered for burial after Battle of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa Sept-Oct 1862
Bodies of Confederate soldiers, killed on July 1, collected near the McPherson woods at Gettysburg, photographed by Timothy O'Sullivan, circa July 1863
Bodies of Federal soldiers, killed on July 1, near the McPherson woods at Gettysburg, photographed by Timothy O'Sullivan circa July 1863
Body of a Confederate soldier near Spotsylvania Court House in Virginia, photographed by Timothy O'Sullivan, May 1864
Body of a Confederate soldier next to the grave of a Union soldier marking where they fell on the battlefield of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, in Sept 1862
Body of a soldier in wheat field evidently killed by the explosion of a shell at Gettysburg, photographed by James F. Gibson, circa July 1863
Boston Corbett photographed by Mathew Brady in 1865
Bringing in the wounded at a field hospital near Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia photographed by Timothy O'Sullivan on May 12, 1864
Burying the dead after the battle of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, in 1862
Burying the dead, after the Battle of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, in Sept 1862
Castle Thunder after the fall of Richmond in 1865
Chang & Eng Bunker
Chang & Eng Bunker circa 1865-1870
Civil War photographers
Civil War POW examined by doctors
Civil War soldiers
Civil War submarine H.L. Hunley recovery in 2000
Civil War submarine H.L. Hunley, illustration
Civil War submarine, H.L. Hunley, oil painting, circa 1902
Civil War women
Col. John S. Crocker, Lt. Col. Benjamin C. Butler, and adjutant of 93d New York Volunteers after the Battle of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, in Sept 1862
Col. John S. Crocker, Lt. Col. Benjamin C. Butler, and adjutant of 93d New York Volunteers in Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, in Sept 1862
Company E of the 4th United States Colored Infantry at Fort Lincoln on Nov 17, 1865
Confederate dead by a fence on the Hagerstown road after the Battle of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, in Sept 1862
Confederate dead in a ditch on the right wing after Battle of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, in Sept 1862
Confederate dead in a ditch on the right wing after battle of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, in September of 1862
Confederate President Jefferson Davis, oil painting, circa 1874
Confederate President Jefferson Davis' Inauguration in 1861
Confederate soldiers as they fell at the battle of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa 1862
Confederate soldiers as they fell inside the fence on the Hagerstown Road at the battle of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa Sept 1862
Confederate soldiers as they fell, near the Burnside Bridge at the Battle of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa Sept 1862
Confederate soldiers as they fell, near the Burnside Bridge, at the battle of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa 1862
Confederate White House at 1201 East Clay Street in Richmond in April 1865
Cooking tent of the U.S. Sanitary Commission in Fredericksburg, Va, photographed by James Gardner, May 20 1864
Crowd gathered to view Abraham Lincoln lying in state at New York City Hall in April, 1865
Crowd watching a crane exhume Abraham Lincoln's body during reconstruction of Lincoln's tomb in Springfield, Ill in April 1901
Dead Confederate soldier at Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa Sept 1862
Dead Confederate soldier lying against a barricade near Spotsylvania Court House Virginia, photographed by Timothy O Sullivan, May 20 1864
Dead Confederate soldiers from Stonewall Jackson's Brigade by rail fence on the Hagerstown pike after the battle of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa Sept 1862
Dead Confederate soldiers in the Devil's Den at Gettsyburg, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa July 1863
Dead horses from 9th Massachusetts Battery of Light Artillery lying in front of Abraham Trostle's house at Gettysburg, photographed by Timothy O'Sullivan, circa July 1863
Dead horses on the ground in front of Abraham Trostle's house near the headquarters of General Daniel Edgar Sickles at Gettysburg, photographed by Timothy O'Sullivan, circa July 1863
Dead soldiers gathered together for burial after the Battle of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa 1862
Dead soldiers in the wheat field near Emmittsburg road at Gettysburg, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa July 1863
Dedication at Gettysburg battlefield in November 1863
Dedication ceremony for Soldier's National Cemetery at Gettysburg on November 19, 1863
Dr. Mary Edwards Walker photographed by John Holyland circa 1860-1870
Dress parade of the 50th Penn. Infantry at Gettysburg, Pa., July, 1865
Dunker Church, battlefield of Antietam, photographed by James Gardner, circa July 1863
Edwin Booth with his daughter Edwina in 1864
Elizabeth Van Lew mansion, secret passage, circa 1890
Elizabeth Van Lew mansion, secret room, circa 1890
Elizabeth Van Lew: Union Spymaster
Elizabeth Van Lew: Union Spymaster
Emancipation Proclamation
Engineers of the 8th N.Y. State Militia in 1861
Evergreen Cemetery Gatehouse after the battle of Gettysburg, circa July 1863
Federal dead at Gettysburg on first day, photographs of dead soldiers, horses, and a donkey on the battlefield at Gettysburg, July 1863
First reading of the Emancipation Proclamation
Ford's Theater circa 1860-1870
Ford's Theater photographed by Mathew Brady 1860-1865
Fort Pillow Massacre, "Confederate massacre of Federal troops after surrender at Fort Pillow April 12 1864," published in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly in 1894
Fort Pillow Massacre, "Massacre at Fort Pillow," illustration in Harper's Weekly, circa April 30, 1864
Frances Clayton: Secret soldier
Franklin Street in Richmond, Va including the residence of Gen. Robert E. Lee (second from left) circa 1865.
Frederick Douglass
Frederick Douglass in 1845
Frederick Douglass in 1866
Frederick Douglass with wife Helen Pitt
G.W.C. Lee, Robert E. Lee, Walter Taylor photographed by Mathew Brady circa April 1865.jpg
Gen. Randolph B. Marcy with officers and civilians at Army of the Potomac headquarters in Antietam, Md, photographed by Alexander Gardner, on Oct 3 1862
Gen. Ulysses S. Grant (left end of bench nearest tree) writing a dispatch at Massaponax Church, Va, photographed by Timothy O'Sullivan, May 21 1864
Gen. Ulysses S. Grant examining map held by Gen. George Meade at Massaponax Church, Va, photographed by Timothy O'Sullivan, May 21 1864
General Butler, holding the mob in check at New Orleans, illustration
General Caldwell and staff on battlefield of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, September 21st 1862
General George Meade
General George Pickett
General Meade's Headquarters at Gettysburg, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa July 1863
General Robert E. Lee's headquarters at Gettysburg circa 1861-1865
General Robert E. Lee's headquarters at Gettysburg, photographed by W.H. Tipton & Co, circa 1863-1890
Gettysburg, Pa circa 1868-1880
Gettysburg, Pa, near G.J. White's house, July 1863
Godey's Lady's Book circa June 1867
Group of artillery officers on battlefield of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa Sept 1862
Group of dead Confederate soldiers after the battle of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa Sept 1862
Group of soldiers from the Louisiana regiment as they fell at the battle of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa Sept 1862
Harper's Ferry Raid, illustration, circa 1859
Harper's Ferry Raid, illustration, circa 1859
Harriet Tubman & family in 1885
Harriet Tubman in 1870
Harriet Tubman in 1885
Harriet Tubman reward notice circa 1849
Harriet Tubman, woodcut, circa Civil War era
Headquarters of Gen Robert E. Lee on the Chambersburg Pike at Gettysburg circa July 1863
Headquarters of the Sanitary Commission, Gettysburg, PA photographed by Alexander Gardner in 1863
Horse of Confederate colonel, both killed at the Battle of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, in 1862
Illustration of Abraham Lincoln giving the Gettysburg Address
Illustration of Loreta Janeta Velazquez as a woman (right) and a man (left) published in “The Woman in Battle” in 1876
James Russell Lowell, photographed by Mathew Brady, circa 1855-1865
Jefferson Davis, imprisoned at Fort Monroe, illustration, circa 1865
Jesse & Frank James, former Confederate Guerrillas, circa 1872
Jesse James, post mortem photo, circa 1882
John Brown during Harper's Ferry Raid, Illustration
John Brown, illustration, circa 1870
John Brown, oil painting, circa 1846
John Brown: abolitionist
John Brown's hanging, illustration, circa 1859
John L. Burns, the "old hero of Gettysburg" photographed by Timothy O'Sullivan, July 1863
John Surrat, Lincoln Conspirator, circa 1868
John Wilkes Booth (Date unknown)
John Wilkes Booth photographed by Alexander Gardner in 1860
John Wilkes Booth photographed by Alexander Gardner in 1863
John Wilkes Booth photographed by Charles Deforest Fredericks circa January 1860
John Wilkes Booth photographed by Charles Deforest Fredericks circa January 1860
John Wilkes Booth photographed by Charles DeForest Fredricks circa 1862
John Wilkes Booth photographed by J.A. Keenan of Philadelphia in 1865
John Wilkes Booth photographed in a Boston studio (Date unknown)
John Wilkes Booth's diary
Johnny Clem: Child Soldier
Joseph Warren Revere: Paul Revere's Grandson
Junius Brutus Booth
Killed at the battle of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, in 1862
Lawrence Massacre, “The Destruction of the City of Lawrence, Kansas and the Massacre of its Inhabitants by the Rebel Guerrillas, August 21, 1863.” Harper’s Weekly illustration published September 5, 1863
Libby Prison in 1865
Loreta Janeta Velazquez as Henry T. Buford In Memphis Bar, illustration, circa 1876
Loreta Janeta Velazquez disguised as Henry T. Buford in Battle, illustration, published in “The Woman in Battle” in 1876
Lucy Hale: John Wilkes Booth's fiance
Mark Twain, former Civil War soldier, circa 1863
Mary Elizabeth Bowser: Union Spy
Mary Todd Lincoln, photographed by Mathew Brady, circa 1861
Mary Todd Lincoln, photographed by Mathew Brady, circa 1861
Mathew Brady at Battlefield of Gettysburg in July 1863
Members of the Perseverance Band pose at Devil's Den in Gettysburg in 1884.
Old Capital Prison in Washington D.C.
Paul Joseph Revere: Paul Revere's Grandson
Pauline Cushman circa 1855-1865
Pauline Cushman photographed by Charles Deforest Fredericks & co
Pauline Cushman photographed by Mathew Brady
Pauline Cushman photographed by Mathew Brady
Pauline Cushman, Union Spy, circa 1855-1865
Picnic party at Antietam bridge, photographed by Alexander Gardner, on September 22 1862
President Abraham Lincoln posed with Union officers and soldiers during his visit to Antietam, Maryland, photographed by Alexander Gardner, on October 3 1862
Prince Napoléon, oil painting, circa 1860
Private Edwin Francis Jemison: Child Soldier
Residence of Gen. Robert E. Lee at 707 East Franklin Street in Richmond, Va circa 1865.
Residence of Gen. Robert E. Lee Richmond, Va circa 1905.
Residence of Gen. Robert E. Lee, Richmond, Va circa 1861-1865.
Robert E. Lee
Robert E. Lee  in 1865
Robert E. Lee circa 1860-1865
Robert E. Lee circa 1860-1870.
Robert E. Lee in 1863
Robert E. Lee with G.W.C. Lee and Walter Taylor, photographed by Mathew Brady, circa April 1865
Robert E. Lee, photographed by Julian Vannerson, March 1864.
Robert E. Lee, photographed by Mathew Brady, April 1865
Robert E. Lee, photographed by Mathew Brady, April 1865.
Robert E. Lee's home in Arlington Va in 1850
Robert E. Lee's mansion Arlington House in Virginia circa 1900.
Robert Todd Lincoln
Rose O'Neal Greenhow, Confederate Spy, circa 1855-1865
Rose O'Neal Greenhow, Confederate Spy, circa 1855-1865
Rose O'Neal Greenhow, Confederate Spy, with daughter Rose in the Old Capital Prison, circa 1862
Sally Tompkins: Nurse and Confederate Officer
Sally Tompkins: Nurse and Confederate Officer
Sarah Emma Edmonds: Union Spy & Soldier
Sarah Emma Edmonds: Union Spy & Soldier
Seated - R. William Moore and Allan Pinkerton. Standing - George H. Bangs, John C. Babcock, and Augustus K. Littlefield at Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, in Sept-Oct 1862
Sgt. William Carney - Civil War Medal of Honor recipient
Sharpsburg, Md, Lutheran church, photographed by Alexander Gardner, in Sept 1862
Sharpsburg, Md, principal street, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa Sept-Oct 1862
Sharpsburg, Md, View with Episcopal church in distance, photographed by Alexander Gardner, in Sept-Oct 1862
Sherman's telegraph to Abraham Lincoln in 1864
Skull and bones of dead soldiers after the battle of the wilderness, photographed by John Reekie, April 1865
Skull and bones of unburied soldiers along Orange Plank road after the battle of the wilderness, photographed by G. O. Brown, circa 1864
Skull and bones of unburied soldiers along Orange Plank road after the battle of the wilderness, photographed by G. O. Brown, circa 1864-1865
Slave poster
Slaves traveling the underground railroad
Smith's barn, near Keedysville, used as a hospital after the battle of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, in 1862
Soldier with a tattered flag circa 1864
Soldiers in Fredericksburg, Va filling canteens circa 1864
Soldiers killed on July 2 in the wheatfield near Emmittsburg road at Gettysburg, photographed by Alexander Gardner, July 1863
Spangler Farmhouse in Gettysburg, Pa circa 1863
Stereograph showing a woman walking past the Devil's Den rock formations in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania circa 1863-1880
Stereoview of 65 dead horses from the 9th Massachusetts Battery of Light Artillery lying in Abraham Trostel's barnyard at Gettysburg, photographed by Timothy O'Sullivan, July 1863
Stonewall Jackson
Stonewall Jackson - oil painting
Stonewall Jackson circa 1871
Stonewall Jackson: Grave of amputated arm
Stonewall Jackson's grave
The “Slaughter pen” at foot of Round Top, after the Battle of Gettysburg, photographed by Alexander Gardner, July of 1863
Troops parade at Gettysburg before dedication ceremony for Soldier's National Cemetery on November 19, 1863
U.S. Soldiers graves at 2nd Corps hospital, Carpenters farm, one mile south of Wilderness church in Fredericksburg, Va circa 1861-1865
Ulysses S Grant
Ulysses S. Grant
Ulysses S. Grant
Ulysses S. Grant (seated, facing right) with a group of tourists at Karnak, Egypt in 1879
Ulysses S. Grant and his war horse "Cincinnati" on June 4, 1864.
Ulysses S. Grant at Cold Harbor, Va in 1864
Ulysses S. Grant circa 1860-1865
Ulysses S. Grant circa 1860-1885
Ulysses S. Grant circa 1865
Ulysses S. Grant circa 1865
Ulysses S. Grant circa 1870
Ulysses S. Grant circa 1870
Ulysses S. Grant circa 1870-1880
Ulysses S. Grant circa 1880
Ulysses S. Grant in 1861
Ulysses S. Grant in 1885
Ulysses S. Grant photographed by Mathew Brady circa 1860-1865
Ulysses S. Grant photographed by Mathew Brady circa 1860-1885
Ulysses S. Grant photographed by Mathew Brady in 1869
Underground Railroad: Levi Coffin House
USS Monitor on the James River, Virginia, 1862 Officers on deck (left to right) Robinson W Hands, Louis N Stodder, Albert B Campbell (seated) William Flye (with binoculars)
Van Lew Mansion circa 1900-1910
Van Lew Mansion, Elizabeth Van Lew is seated at left, circa 1890
Van Lew Mansion, Elizabeth Van Lew stands at right center, circa 1890
View of battle field of Antietam on day of battle, 17th September, 1862 photographed by Alexander Gardner
View of crowd inside assembly tent, Gettysburg celebration, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania in 1913
View of Gettysburg from Cemetery Ridge circa 1900-1906
View of Massaponax Church in Virginia, temporary headquarters of Gen Ulysses S. Grant, surrounded by soldiers, photographed by Timothy O'Sullivan, May 1864
View on battlefield of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, in 1862
View on battlefield of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, Sept 19 1862
Washington Monument in 1860
Washington Monument project, illustration by Robert Mills
Washington Monument under construction in the 1860s
White House photographed by Mathew Brady circa 1860s
White House photographed by Mathew Brady circa 1861-1865
William Quantrill circa 1860-1865
William Quantrill's grave in Dover, OH
William Quantrill's grave in Higginsville, MO
William Quantrill's grave in Louisville, KY
William Quantrill's replica wax head at the Dover Historical Society Museum in Ohio
Wounded Indians after the battle of the Wilderness at Marye's Heights in Fredericksburg, Virginia on May 1864
Wounded soldiers after the battle of the Wilderness photographed by James Gardner in May 1864
Wounded trees at Gettysburg circa 1863
Wounder soldiers in Fredericksburg, Va photographed by James Gardner on May 20 1864
"The Battle of Antietam, Md. Sept. 17th 1862" lithograph by Currier & Ives circa 1862-1863
A cavalry orderly at Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa Sept-Oct 1862
A federal encampment at Cumberland Landing on the Virginia Peninsula, in May 1862, photographed by James F. Gibson
Abraham Lincoln & son Thomas in 1865
Abraham Lincoln and Gen. George B. McClellan at Antietam photographed by Alexander Gardner on Oct 3, 1862
Abraham Lincoln at Gettysburg Dedication Ceremony on November 19, 1863
Abraham Lincoln at Gettysburg in 1863