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Note mourning crepe for assassinated President Abraham Lincoln on Capitol pillars.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-711 Capitol of the United States,... · 05 Apr 2011 You

Gun squads from Company C, 1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery. Fort Brady was situated on the north side of the James River near Dutch Gap Canal.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-638 Inside of battery, Fort Brady,... · 05 Apr 2011 You

This photograph was taken November 19, 1863 on the occasion of the dedication of the Gettysburg military cemetery.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-357 Regiment marching down a village... · 05 Apr 2011 You

This is a M.1861 15-inch Rodman cannon. It was the largest muzzle-loading gun adopted by the U.S. Army in the Civil War. With a 40 lb. powder charge, at a 30 degree elevation, it…

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-353 Cannon of largest size mounted in... · 05 Apr 2011 You

The photo description given here is incorrect as to unit designation and location. This is Captain Edward J. Jones's 11th Battery, Massachusetts Light Artillery on the Taylor…

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-352 Benson's battery behind earthworks.... · 05 Apr 2011 You

Captain Andrew Cowan's 1st Independent Battery, New York Light Artillery at captured Confederate Battery 5 near Jordan's farm, Petersburg, VA. Photo taken June 20, 1864. Mathew…

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-347 Battery in Fort · 05 Apr 2011 You

Captain George F. McKnight's 12th Independent Battery, New York Light Artillery at captured Confederate Battery 8, Petersburg, VA. Mathew Brady is standing in the center…

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-346 Battery inside of Fort or breastworks · 04 Apr 2011 You

John Wilkes Booth made use of this bridge in making his escape after assassinating President Abraham Lincoln.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-343 Bridge across the "Eastern Branch",... · 04 Apr 2011 You

The photographer's wagon can be seen parked next to the 2nd Corps mail wagon in the left foreground.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-338 Scene on the James River, 2nd. Corps... · 04 Apr 2011 You

Captain John H. Burton's Company I, 1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery at captured Confederate Battery 5, Jordan's farm near Petersburg, VA. This photograph was taken in late June,…

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-329 Battery on drill inside of Fort · 04 Apr 2011 You

The photographer's darkroom tent can be seen in the left foreground.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-302 Landing at White House, Pamunkey River · 04 Apr 2011 You

This has been identified as the camp of the 119th Pennsylvania Infantry.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-275 Camp scene · 04 Apr 2011 You

These Zouaves belong to the 164th New York Infantry.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-257 Zouave Company at quarters · 04 Apr 2011 You

This has also been identified as the cookhouse of the 6th New York Artillery (See annotation).

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-252 Camp scene, showing Company kitchen · 04 Apr 2011 You

The woman in this photograph is thought to be Kate Chase, daughter of Lincoln's Treasury Secretary, Salmon P. Chase.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-243 Gen. John J. Abercrombie and group · 04 Apr 2011 You

This has been identified as the camp of the 153rd New York Infantry.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-236 Camp Scene. Cooks at work. · 04 Apr 2011 You

The woman in the photograph is thought to be Kate Chase, daughter of Lincoln's Treasury Secretary, Salmon P. Chase.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-231 Gen. John J. Abercrombie and staff... · 04 Apr 2011 You

This is actually Company C, 110th Pennsylvania Infantry.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-168 Company of Infantry on Parade. Part... · 04 Apr 2011 You

Long misidentified as earthworks near Petersburg, this photograph is thought to be of VI Corps troops occupying rifle pits on the Union left opposite Fredericksburg, VA.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-157 In the Trenches before Petersburg,... · 04 Apr 2011 You

Captain James H. Cooper's Battery B, 1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery near the Avery farm, Petersburg, VA. Photograph taken on June 21, 1864. The photograph has been reversed.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-109 Battery on Drill. · 04 Apr 2011 You