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The dead soldier in the foreground is Confederate.

Image, found in Civil War Photos: Page 1 · 30 Jul 2013 You

This is the 1st Connecticut Artillery in Fort Richardson at Arlington Heights, Va. This may be a 20-Pounder Parrott Rifle.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-443 Gun squad at drill · 22 Jan 2013 You

A former Canadian, working for the United States during the war, invented several pieces of light ordnance which, although apparently excellent weapons, do not seem to have been…

Image, found in Civil War Photos: Page 1 · 18 Jan 2013 You

In other collections this is identified as Henry Harrison Bingham.

Image, found in Civil War Photos: Page 1 · 18 Jan 2013 You

The Whitworth, designed by Joseph Whitworth and manufactured in England, was a rare gun during the war, but was an interesting precursor to modern artillery in that it was loaded…

Image, found in Civil War Photos: Page 1 · 17 Jan 2013 You

Wilford House, Brandy Station, Va. General John Sedgwick is third from right.

Image, found in Civil War Photos: Page 1 · 17 Jan 2013 You

Soldiers wearing the straw hats are from the 16th New York Infantry.

Image, found in Civil War Photos: Page 1 · 17 Jan 2013 You

In other collections this is identified as Henry Harrison Bingham.

Image, found in Civil War Photos: Page 1 · 17 Jan 2013 You

A former Canadian, working for the United States during the war, invented several pieces of light ordnance which, although apparently excellent weapons, do not seem to have been…

Image, found in Civil War Photos: Page 1 · 17 Jan 2013 You

The Whitworth, designed by Joseph Whitworth and manufactured in England, was a rare gun during the war, but was an interesting precursor to modern artillery in that it was loaded…

Image, found in Civil War Photos: Page 1 · 17 Jan 2013 You

In other collections this is identified as Henry Harrison Bingham.

Image, found in Civil War Photos: Page 1 · 16 Jan 2013 You

C.S.S. Stonewall.

Image, found in Civil War Photos: Page 1 · 16 Jan 2013 You

The twelve-pound cannon "Napoleon" was the most popular smoothbore cannon used during the war. It was named after Napoleon III of France and was widely admired because of its…

Image, found in Civil War Photos: Page 1 · 16 Jan 2013 You

Captain John J. Hoff.

Image, found in Civil War Photos: Page 1 · 16 Jan 2013 You

This lad has been identified as Boy 1st Class Aspinwall Fuller. He enlisted in New York on March 30, 1864.

Image, found in Civil War Photos: Page 1 · 16 Jan 2013 You

Soldiers wearing the straw hats are from the 16th New York Infantry.

Image, found in Civil War Photos: Page 1 · 15 Jan 2013 You

A former Canadian, working for the United States during the war, invented several pieces of light ordnance which, although apparently excellent weapons, do not seem to have been…

Image, found in Civil War Photos: Page 1 · 15 Jan 2013 You

Warrenton, Va. General Ambrose E. Burnside and staff. Seated, left to right: Generals Henry J. Hunt, Winfield S. Hancock, Darius N. Couch, Orlando B. Willcox, John Buford.…

Image, found in Civil War Photos: Page 1 · 15 Jan 2013 You

Cannon is being manned by members of Company K of the 4th Michigan Infantry.

Image, found in Civil War Photos: Page 1 · 15 Jan 2013 You

Identified as Private Richard I. Cramer of Company I.

Image, found in Civil War Photos: Page 1 · 15 Jan 2013 You