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Creator(s): Forbes, Edwin, 1839-1895 -- Artist

Meade's army crossing the Antietam in pursuit of General Lee, July 12th. In: Mid-Manhattan Picture Collection - American history -- 1863 Published Date: 1896 Depicted Date: 1863

Library Division: Mid-Manhattan Library / Picture Collection

Source Note: From Frank Leslie's illustrated famous leaders and battle scenes of the Civil War; the most important events of the conflict between the states, graphically, pictured. (New York: Mrs. Frank Leslie, 1896.) Moat, Louis Shepheard, editor. Carr, Joseph B.

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March though [ie. through] the bog.

In: Mid-Manhattan Picture Collection - American history -- 1863 Published Date: 1865 Depicted Date: 1863

Library Division: Mid-Manhattan Library / Picture Collection Notes: Written on border: "Jan. 1865" "Siege of Vicksburg"

Meade's headquarters, Cemetery Ridge ; Lee's headquarters, Seminary Ridge. In: Mid-Manhattan Picture Collection - American history -- 1863 Published Date: 1866 Depicted Date: 1863

Library Division: Mid-Manhattan Library / Picture Collection

Source Note: From Harper's pictorial history of the Civil War. (Chicago : Star Publishing Co. 1866.) Guernsey, Alfred H. (Alfred Hudson) (1824-1902), author. Alden, Henry Mills.

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Mine Run : centre of Confederate position ; Mine Run : recrossing at Germania Ford ; Mine Run : Warren's last position.

In: Mid-Manhattan Picture Collection - American history -- 1863 Published Date: 1866 Depicted Date: 1863

Library Division: Mid-Manhattan Library / Picture Collection Notes: Damage on right border.

Source Note: From Harper's pictorial history of the Civil War. (Chicago : Star Publishing Co. 1866.) Guernsey, Alfred H. (Alfred Hudson) (1824-1902), author. Alden, Henry Mills.

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Morgan's raid : entry of Morgan's freebooters into Washington, Ohio. In: Mid-Manhattan Picture Collection - American history -- 1863 Published Date: 1863 Depicted Date: 1863

Library Division: Mid-Manhattan Library / Picture Collection

Notes: Written on mount: "Gen. John H. Morgan who had lost all his artillery and trains, passed northeast through Washington, Ohio, with Gen. Shackelford on his rear and skirmishing with it, July 1863." Written on border: "Aug 15, 1863." Injured line and abrasion on image.

Morgan's raiders.

In: Mid-Manhattan Picture Collection - American history -- 1863 Published Date: 1865 Depicted Date: 1863

Library Division: Mid-Manhattan Library / Picture Collection Notes: Written on border: "Aug. 1865"

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Creator(s): Forbes, Edwin, 1839-1895 -- Artist On the retreat.

In: Mid-Manhattan Picture Collection - American history -- 1863 Published Date: 1890 Depicted Date: 1863

Library Division: Mid-Manhattan Library / Picture Collection Notes: Printed on border: "A defeated army." "139"

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Creator(s): Waud, Alfred R. (Alfred Rudolph), 1828-1891 -- Artist Pickett's charge at Gettysburg.

In: Mid-Manhattan Picture Collection - American history -- 1863 Published Date: 1898 Depicted Date: 1863

Library Division: Mid-Manhattan Library / Picture Collection Notes: Written on border: "Campfire & Battlefield, 1898."

Creator(s): Monogrammist C. A. P. -- Engraver Pickett's Charge at Gettysburg.

In: Mid-Manhattan Picture Collection - American history -- 1863 Depicted Date: 1863

Library Division: Mid-Manhattan Library / Picture Collection

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Pickett's Charge, I. --looking down the Union lines from the "clump of trees." In: Mid-Manhattan Picture Collection - American history -- 1863 Depicted Date: 1863

Library Division: Mid-Manhattan Library / Picture Collection

Notes: Written on border: "3rd day at Gettysburg" Printed on image: "U.S. 172 Bat." Printed on border: "General Hancock and staff are seen in the left center of the picture. --This and the two pictures that follow are from the Cyclorama of Gettysburg, by permission of the National Panorama Company."

Creator(s): Forbes, Edwin, 1839-1895 -- Artist

Pickett's Charge, July 2, 1863 : scene at the grove of trees.

In: Mid-Manhattan Picture Collection - American history -- 1863

Published Date: 1890

Depicted Date: 1863

Library Division: Mid-Manhattan Library / Picture Collection

Notes: Printed on border: "A gallant deed of arms." "175" Printed on image: "E. Fordes [sic.]" Left side of image torn.

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Creator(s): Forbes, Edwin, 1839-1895 -- Artist

Pickett's Charge, July 3, 1863 : scene at the grove of trees.

In: Mid-Manhattan Picture Collection - American history -- 1863

Depicted Date: 1863

Library Division: Mid-Manhattan Library / Picture Collection

Notes: Printed on border: "A gallant deed of arms." "175" Printed on image: "E. Fordes [sic.]"

Port Hudson.

In: Mid-Manhattan Picture Collection - American history -- 1863 Published Date: 1865 Depicted Date: 1863

Library Division: Mid-Manhattan Library / Picture Collection Notes: Written on border: "Mar. 1865"

beef and bacon. A barrel of flour «old — in Confederate currency — for 81,000; ooifc meal at §140 a bn&hel^ molaeaes at $10 a gallon, '['lie steady fire from the Federal gunboats had rediiped thy city to & heap of ruins, ! I:ilf the people were living in holes dug into the hillsides. iiiiil even here they \f0re nSf saffr Itoil by vud the w^rks of the besiegers crept up to those of the besieged. They mined and courtter-mined against each other. On I he morning of July 1st n mine was expired under an important part of the outer Confederate line, damaging the interior worka so tbiit not one of the garrison could show his head without its becoming a mark for some sharpshooter. A practicable breach hail thue been made.

The line of defence broken anywhere was broken everywhere. Grant bad now fully 60,000 men for the attack] lumber ton not a quarter as many for the defence; for of the ¿31,000 noinimdly with

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