||Title or Text
||"Star of the West" entering Charleston Harbor.
||Printed sketch of the U.S.S. Star of the West. This
steamer was fired upon by Confederate batteries
while attempting to take reinforcements and
supplies to the U.S. Army garrison at Fort Sumter
on 9 January 1861.|
||Washington's Quarters At Rocky Hill.
||Printed sketch of the house near Rocky Hill, N.J.,
that served as George Washington's headquarters.
Includes an article concerning the restoration of
||Spottsylvania. May 10-12, 1864. Position of Troops.
||Printed map of the Spotsylvania Campaign, 7-20
||Siege Of Petersburg. June 16, 1864 to April 2, 1865.
||Printed map of the Petersburg Campaign, June
1864-April 1865. Includes casualty figures for the
Union Army during the campaign, compiled by
||General Jubal A. Early, C.S.A.
||Printed sketched portrait, from a photograph, of
Confederate General Jubal Anderson Early.|
||Strength of Union and Rebel Armies and losses at The
Battle of Fredericksburg Va.
||Text, by Sneden, concerning casualties suffered by
the opposing armies in the Battle of
Fredericksburg, 13 December 1862.|
||General Henry Kyd Douglas.
||Newspaper article reporting the comments of
former Confederate Henry Kyd Douglas (1838-1903) concerning "Stonewall" Jackson's visit to
Frederick, Md., during the 1862 Maryland
||John Brown's Capture at Harper's Ferry, Va.
||Newspaper article concerning John Brown's Raid
on Harpers Ferry, W.Va., in October 1859.|
||The "Orange Blossoms." Thirty-First Annual Re-Union of
the 124th Regiment Association.
||Printed banner announcing the 31st reunion of the
124th New York Infantry at Highland Falls, N.Y.,
in August 1896.|
||124th N.Y. Vol.
||Printed sketch of the ribbon worn by veterans of
the 124th New York Infantry Regiment, U.S.A.|
||Tablet At Gettysburg, Erected by the State of New York.
||Printed sketch of a monument on the Gettysburg
battlefield dedicated to the 124th New York
||A. Van Horne Ellis.
||Printed photographic portrait of Augustus Van
Horne Ellis (1827-1863), Union officer who
commanded the 124th New York Infantry at the
Battle of Gettysburg. He was killed during the
||124th's Monument At Gettysburg.
||Printed sketch of the monument at Gettysburg
dedicated to the 124th New York Infantry.|
||Corporal Thomas W. Bradley - Aged 18 years.
||Printed wartime photographic portrait of Thomas
Wilson Bradley (1844-1920), member of the 124th
New York Infantry who received the
Congressional Medal of Honor for his conduct at
the Battle of Chancellorsville.|
||Battle Record Of The 124th Regiment, N.Y.S. Volunteers.
||Printed table and text concerning the wartime
service of the 124th New York Infantry.|
||H. R. Mayette, The Efficient Secretary of the 124th
||Printed sketched portrait of Henry R. Mayette (ca.
1843-1913), a former private in Company K of the
124th New York Infantry.|
||Colonel Charles H. Weygant.
||Printed photographic portrait of Charles H.
Weygant (b. 1839?), former officer in the 124th
New York Infantry.|
||The First Battle Flag Of The 124th.
||Printed sketch of the first battle flag of the 124th
New York Infantry.|
||The New Flag.
||Printed sketch of a later battle flag of the 124th
New York Infantry, with names of engagements
sewn on the stripes.|
||Major Thomas W. Bradley.
||Printed postwar photographic portrait of Thomas
Wilson Bradley, formerly of the 124th New York
||Plan of the Battle and Capture of Stony Point on the
Hudson River N.Y. July 15th 1779. [map]
||Battle of Stony Point, N.Y., 16 July 1779.
Sketched map of battle that ended as an American
||Map of Stony Point and Verplank's Point on the Hudson
River N.Y. Showing the British Works and Camp. July
||Battle of Stony Point, N.Y., 16 July 1779.|
||Fighting Jim's Fight.
||Newspaper article concerning James Edward
Jouett (1826-1902), Union navy officer who, along
with others, captured the Confederate armed
schooner Royal Yacht at Galveston, Texas, in
||Our Chivalry In Blue.
||Newspaper article concerning an escape of Union
prisoners of war from Danville, Va., in June 1864.|
||The Boy Who Killed For Keyser.
||Escaping From Prison.
||Newspaper article concerning an escape from
Andersonville Prison by three Union soldiers in
||A Monument To Soldiers.
||Newspaper article concerning a monument in
Blooming Grove, N.J., dedicated to men in the
town who served in the War of 1812 and the Civil
War. Includes a sketch of the monument.|
||The Interment of Jefferson Davis at Richmond, Va., May
||Printed sketch of the burial of Jefferson Davis at
Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Va.|
||Statue of Jefferson Davis.
||Printed photograph of the statue of Jefferson Davis
erected at his tomb in Hollywood Cemetery.|
||For Confederate Dead.
||Newspaper article concerning the first memorial
service for Confederate dead at Arlington
Cemetery on 8 June 1903.|
||Gen. James McLeer, Commanding the Second Brigade, N.
G. S. N. Y.
||Printed sketched portrait of James McLeer.|
||The Gallant Thirteenth!
||Newspaper article concerning the 13th New York
Infantry Regiment, U.S.A. Includes sketched
portraits of eleven members of the unit.|
||Col. John N. Partridge, Commanding the Twenty-third
Regiment, N. G. S. N. Y.
||Printed sketched portrait of John Nelson Partridge
(b. 1838?), Union officer.|
||Colonel Emmons Clark.
||Printed sketched portrait of Emmons Clark (b.
1828?), formerly of the 7th New York Infantry
||The Original Flag Of Fort M'Henry.
||Printed sketch of the U.S. National Flag that flew
at Fort McHenry, Baltimore, Md., during the War
||The Stars And Stripes.
||Newspaper article concerning Fort McHenry
during the War of 1812.|
||Statue of General Sherman.
||Printed sketch of the equestrian monument in
Washington, D.C., of William Tecumseh Sherman.|
||Tammany's Heroic Dead.
||Newspaper article concerning the monument at
Gettysburg, Pa., dedicated to the 42nd New York
Infantry Regiment, U.S.A.|
||Gen. H. G. Wright Dead.
||Newspaper obituary of Horatio Gouverneur
Wright (1820-1899), Union general who
commanded the VI Corps of the Army of the
||Printed sketch of unidentified naval vessels on
||The Confederate States Flags. 1861-1865.
||Newspaper article concerning the evolution of the
design of the Confederate national flag.|
||The Star Spangled Banner.
||Printed facsimile of Francis Scott Key's Star
Spangled Banner, written after the attack of the
British fleet on Fort McHenry, Md., 13 September
||The Old Paul Jones Flag.
||Printed sketch of the flag adopted by the
Continental Congress in 1777.|
||Newspaper article concerning the postwar lives of
former Confederate generals.|
||The Stand of Seven Well-armed Troopers Against and
||Newspaper article concerning U.S. Army
operations against Indians in Colorado in July
||Printed sketch of a monument to the Confederate
soldier at Dallas, Texas. Dedicated 20 April 1897.|
||Changes in the Flag from 1775 to 1896.
||Printed sketch of the changing design of the U.S.
National Flag from 1775 to 1896.|
||Our Perennial Pauper.
||Printed cartoon concerning a bill in Congress to
place Ulysses Simpson Grant on the retired army
||Charleston. S.C. [map]
||Printed map of Charleston, S.C., ca. 1864.|
||The Ralph Izard Hatchment, St. James's, Goose Creek.
||Printed sketch of family crest.|
||In old graveyard at "Goose Creek," on the Ashley River
above Charleston, S.C.
||Sketch of the tombstone of Thomas Smith (ca.
||Booth's Last Days.
||Newspaper article concerning John Wilkes Booth
(1838-1865) after his assassination of Abraham