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A converted New York ferry boat, this is the U.S.S. Commodore Morris.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-135 Gun Boat on James River, 1864. · 14 Jul 2011 You

This was a tobacco warehouse in Richmond, VA used by Confederate authorities to house Union officers. With the fall of Richmond, it reverted to federal control.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-119 Libby Prison, 1865. · 14 Jul 2011 You

10-inch Seacoast Mortars, Model 1841.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-106 Mounting Mortars, Butler's Lines,... · 12 Jul 2011 You

Quaker Guns were logs painted and positioned to look like artillery. The ruse could be quite successful when seen from a distance by an unsuspecting enemy.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-89 Quaker Guns at Confederate Camp,... · 12 Jul 2011 You

This regiment saw action in the Wheatfield at Gettysburg.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-88 Infantry Camp · 12 Jul 2011 You

This photograph was taken in Richmond, VA in April, 1865.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-171 General Charles Devens and Staff of... · 11 Jul 2011 You

Photograph taken on board the U.S.S. Pawnee off Charleston, SC.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-64 Admiral John A. Dahlgren and Group.... · 11 Jul 2011 You

Her armament consisted of two 15-inch Dahlgren smoothbores and two 150-pounder Parrott rifles.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-40 Deck of Monitor on James River,... · 11 Jul 2011 You

The following is taken from New York in the War of the Rebellion, 3rd ed. Frederick Phisterer. Albany: J. B. Lyon Company, 1912. This regiment, Col. Stephen W. Stryker, was…

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-20 Camp of 44th Infantry near... · 11 Jul 2011 You

Fort Johnson was constructed by Confederate forces as part of the coastal defenses of Charleston, SC. It was located on James Island west of Fort Sumter.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-3 Fort Johnson. · 11 Jul 2011 You

General Mansfield Lovell.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-1585 Gen. Mansfield [Illegible], C.S.A. · 09 Jul 2011 You

One of several photographs taken at his home after his return to Richmond by Mathew Brady.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-1564 Robert E Lee · 09 Jul 2011 You

Company I, 12th New York Infantry at Camp Anderson, 1861.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-1048 Group of Soldiers. · 09 Jul 2011 You

This is a photograph of Fredericksburg, VA.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-342 View of Gettysburg, PA., 1863. · 09 Jul 2011 You

This is the Washington Arsenal.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-735 Artillery Park · 08 Jul 2011 You

This railway coach carried President Lincoln's body from Washington back to Springfield, IL following his assassination in 1865.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-694 U.S. Military Engine. "Lincoln's Coach" · 08 Jul 2011 You

Ruins of the Phillips house across the river from Fredericksburg, VA.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-686 Ruins of a house · 08 Jul 2011 You

Possibly a company of the 44th Indiana Infantry.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-658 Infantry company on parade · 08 Jul 2011 You

This is the U.S.S. Hunchback.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-635 On deck of gunboat · 08 Jul 2011 You

This photograph shows abandoned Confederate earthworks at Manassas Junction, VA.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-626 View of earthworks in front of... · 08 Jul 2011 You