Half length portrait of Alexander McDowell McCook, seated, wearing major general insignia and holding a sword in his left hand. The inscription reads: "Affectionately yr brother, A. McD. McCook, Maj. Genl."
Carte de visite showing Major Joseph J. Cooper, Company F, 39th Regiment Volunteer Massachusetts Militia, USA. Cooper, looking away from the camera, is standing with one hand tucked into the front of his uniform coat. Cooper enlisted in the...
This pro-Confederate newspaper, originally printed in Memphis, was published in Jackson, Miss., after being run out of Grenada, Miss., by Federal forces. It eventually moved on to Meridian, Miss., and Montgomery, Ala.
This pro-Confederate paper, like many such papers on the run from Federal advance during the war, was published in at least five Southern cities during the Civil War. This issue, printed a month before Appomattox, comes from Montgomery, Ala. x.
This pro-Confederate paper, like many such papers on the run from Federal advance during the war, was published in at least five Southern cities during the Civil War. This issue comes from Atlanta, Ga.
Pro-Confederate newspaper published on the run in Tennessee in advance of Federal occupation. This particular issue was published in Murfreesboro, Tenn., reporting on war news and the presence of CSA President Jefferson Davis, who was in town....
Order from Confederate General James Longstreet, issued by Assistant Adjutant General William Small, directing the men to maintain their fortitude while enduring reduced rations and other hardships of the field, and presenting a letter captured...
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Angled view of a dilapidated single-room school on a barren yard. The building is constructed of hewn logs. Wide chinks are visible between the planks. Two rows of single-paned windows run along the side of the structure.
William Strickland's watercolor sketch of the "New Falls at Tivoli." The three segemented falls are pictured in the foreground, surrounded by wooded hillsides near Tivoli. Strickland gives a brief history of the falls.