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Volume 3, 1862 June 29–October 25

A Guide to the Robert Knox Sneden Diary
Volume 3, 1862 June 29–October 25
Collection Number Mss5:1 Sn237:1 v. 3

Volume 3 of Sneden's diary covers the period of the Civil War from the battle of Savage's Station, Va., on 29 June 1862 through Jeb Stuart's cavalry raid on Chambersburg, Pa., in early October 1862.

The period 1862 June 29–July 1 (pp. 1–198) concerns the battles of Savage's Station, White Oak Swamp, Frazier's Farm, and Malvern Hill.

The period 1862 July 1–August 15 (pp. 199–398) concerns the battle of Malvern Hill, the U.S. Army of the Potomac's occupation of Harrison's Landing, Va., the U.S. Army of Virginia under John Pope, the battle of Cedar Mountain, and the Army of the Potomac's evacuation of the Peninsula in mid-August.

The period 1862 August 15–31 (pp. 399–598) concerns the Army of the Potomac's evacuation of the Peninsula and the Second Bull Run Campaign.

The period 1862 August 30–September 15 (pp. 599–798) concerns the retreat of the Union Army to Washington, D.C., following the Second Battle of Bull Run, the battle of Chantilly, a biography of Gen. Philip Kearny, the reorganization of the U.S. Army in Washington, D.C., in early September, a detailed description of "Arlington," Alexandria County [now Arlington County], Va., and the Maryland Campaign (including the battle of South Mountain and the surrender of Harpers Ferry, Va. [now W. Va.]).

The period 1862 September 15–17 (pp. 799–950) concerns the battle of Antietam.

The period 1862 September 17–October 25 (pp. 951–1051) concerns a review of the battle of Antietam, life at "Arlington House" and in Washington, D.C., in October, and Jeb Stuart's cavalry raid on Chambersburg, Pa. Also, includes an appendix containing endnotes for Volume 3.

List of Illustrations

*In the publications column, EOS refers to Eye of the Storm (2000) and IFS refers to Images From the Storm (2001).

Vol Page Image Title or Text Description Publications*
3 1 Vol. No. 3. June 29th 1862. Title page. With insets: 1) Carrying off the wounded; 2) Cooking rations.  
3 3 The Peninsular Campaign Title page. Includes woman seated, holding American flag and scroll with "3rd Corps AP."  
3 7 The White House Located at White House Landing on the Pamunkey River, Va., residence of Mrs. Custis Harrison. McClellen established his headquarters here on 16 May 1862.  
3 9 Dead Laid Out For Burial. Photograph of dead soldiers  
3 11 The Horrors of War - Group of Union Dead.    
3 12 Ruins of White House Located at White House Landing on the Pamunkey River, Va. McClellen's forces evacuated the area and burned remaining supplies on 28 June 1862.  
3 13 Major-General Samuel P. Heintzelman Sketched portrait of Samuel Peter Heintzelman, commander of the III Corps of the U.S. Army of the Potomac  
3 14 Cold Harbor, Va. 1862 Site of the Battle of Gaines's Mill, Va., 27 June 1862.  
3 16 Contents of this Volume Table of contents  
3 17 Vol. 3. Army Diary of the War of the Rebellion. By R. K. Sneden of 40th NY Vols. "Mozart Regt." and Topog. Engineer of 3rd Army Corps AP. Diary from June 28th 1862 to Octr. 25th 1862. Title page.  
3 18 The Mechanicsville Bridge across the Chickahominy River Site of the Battle of Mechanicsville, Va., 26 June 1862. IFS, p. 80
3 19 Gen. J. E. B. Stuart Sketched portrait of James Ewell Brown {"Jeb") Stuart (1833-1864), commander of the cavalry of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia  
3 20 Cub Run Bridge. 31st Aug. 1862 2nd Battle of Bull Run, Va., 29-30 August 1862.  
3 29 Left Brig.-General James S. Negley Photograph of Union General James Scott Negley (1826-1901)  
3 29 Right View of Mechanicsville Battle of Mechanicsville, Va., 26 June 1862.  
3 29a View of Fair Oaks Station, Va.   IFS, p. 75; EOS, P. 66
3 30 Allen's Farm House near Williamsburg Road   IFS, p. 79
3 32 Plan of the Battle of Glendale [map] Battle of Frazier's Farm, Va., 30 June 1862 (a.k.a., Battle of White Oak Swamp, Va.)  
3 33 Plan of the Battle of Savage's Station [map] Battle of Savage's Station, Va., 29 June 1862.  
3 36 Maj. General Silas Casey Sketched portrait of Union General Silas Casey (1807-1882), commander of the 3rd Division of the IV Corps of the U.S. Army of the Potomac  
3 38 Head Quarters of 3rd Army Corps - Savage's House   IFS, p. 85
3 39 Battle of Savage's Station, Va.   EOS, p. 77; IFS, p. 86
3 41 The Twin Houses. Fair Oaks Station Battle of Fair Oaks and Seven Pines, Va., 31 May-1 June 1862.  
3 46 Plan of The Battle of Savage's Station [map]   IFS, p. 87
3 47 Maj.-Gen. William F. Smith Photograph of Union General William Farrar Smith (1824-1903), commanded the 2nd Division of the VI Corps of the U.S. Army of the Potomac  
3 48 General Custer in 1865 Photograph of Union General George Armstrong Custer (1839-1876).  
3 50 The Chickominy [sic] [Chickahominy] River from Dudley's House    
3 51 Head Quarters of Maj. Genl. S. P. Heintzelman at Savage House, Va. Photograph of Samuel Peter Heintzelman (1805-1880).  
3 52 Field Hospital at Savage Station, June 1862. Photograph  
3 54 View of Head Quarters of Maj. Genl. George B. McClellan at Dr. Trent House George Brinton McClellan (1826-1885), Union general commanding the Army of the Potomac. IFS, p. 88
3 55 The Battle of Savage's Station, Va.   IFS, p. 89
3 57 Maj.-Gen. William B. Franklin Photograph of Union General William Buel Franklin (1823-1903), commander of the VI Corps of the U.S. Army of the Potomac  
3 71 Destruction of the Train Battle of Savage's Station, Va., 29 June 1862.  
3 72 Remains of the Rail Road Bridge across the Pamunkey River at White House   IFS, p. 90
3 74 Stonewall Jackson Sketched portrait of the Confederate General Thomas Jonathan Jackson (1824-1863).  
3 75 Gen. Wade Hampton Sketched portrait of the Confederate General Wade Hampton (1818-1902), commander of the Hampton Legion  
3 76 Brig. Genl. Danl. E. Sickles Sketched portrait of the Union General Daniel Edgar Sickles (1825-1914), commander of the 2nd Brigade of the 2nd Division of the III Corps of the U.S. Army of the Potomac  
3 83 Burying The Dead, and Burning Horses at Fair Oaks    
3 84 Commencement of The Retreat Battle of Savage's Station, Va., 29 June 1862.  
3 93 Section - Savage Station Battle of Savage's Station, Va., 29 June 1862.  
3 94 Plan of Battle of Savage's Station, Va. [map]    
3 96 John Sedgwick Photograph of the Union General John Sedgwick (1813-1864), commander of the 2nd Division of the II Corps of the U.S. Army of the Potomac  
3 109 Willis Church Willis Methodist Chapel, Henrico County, Va.. The parsonage was destroyed during the Battle of Malvern Hill, 1 July 1862. EOS, p. 88
3 110 The Retreat    
3 117 Map showing Retreat of Union Army from Savage Station to White Oak Swamp, Va.    
3 125 Map showing Position of Union Rebel Armies.    
3 141 Plan of The Battle of Glendale [map] Battle of Frazier's Farm, Va., 30 June 1862 (a.k.a. Battle of White Oak Swamp).  
3 142 [artillery battery at the Battle of Frazier's Farm] Battle of Frazier's Farm, Va., 30 June 1862.  
3 143 Position of Union Army - 30th June 10 1/2 A.M. [map] Battle of Frazier's Farm, Va., 30 June 1862.  
3 144 Head Quarters of Maj. Genl. S. P. Heintzelman 3rd Army Corps. - Nelson's House   EOS, p. 87; IFS, p. 91
3 145 Battle of Willis Church Battle of Frazier's Farm, Va., 30 June 1862.  
3 146 The Willis Methodist Church Quaker Road   IFS, p. 92
3 168 The Battle of Malvern Hill fought July 1st, 1862 Chapter heading  
3 169 Plan of The Battle of Malvern Hill, Va. [map] Battle of Malvern Hill, Va., 1 July 1862.  
3 173 Genl. Gouverneur Warren Photograph of Union General Gouverneur Kemble Warren 1830-1882), commander of the 3rd Brigade of the 2nd Division of the V Corps of the U.S. Army of the Potomac  
3 175 "The Crew House" Malvern Hill, Va. Battle of Malvern Hill, Va., 1 July 1862.  
3 176 The Parsonage House - off the Quaker Road Parsonage belonging to the Willis Methodist Chapel.  
3 181 [American eagle - U.S. Army symbol]    
3 185 Revised Plan of Battle of Malvern Hill [map]    
3 186 View of The Malvern House Battle of Malvern Hill, Va., 1 July 1862. EOS, p. 95; IFS, p. 96
3 187 The Rebel position in meadow below "Crew's House" Battle of Malvern Hill, Va., 1 July 1862.  
3 188 The Crew House Battle of Malvern Hill, Va., 1 July 1862.  
3 195 Battle of Malvern Hill   IFS, p. 98
3 197 West Side of Crew's Hill Battle of Malvern Hill, Va., 1 July 1862. IFS, p. 96-97
3 198 "The Malvern House" Battle of Malvern Hill, Va., 1 July 1862.  
3 207 Malvern Hill Battle of Malvern Hill, Va., 1 July 1862.  
3 209 Turkey Creek Bridge Battle of Malvern Hill, Va., 1 July 1862. IFS, p. 100-101
3 210 Turkey Creek and View of Malvern Hill Battle of Malvern Hill, Va., 1 July 1862.  
3 210a Rebel attack on Weeden's Battery and 14th Brooklyn Regt. Battle of Malvern Hill, Va., 1 July 1862. EOS, p. 94
3 210b "The Wyatt House" or "Malvern House" Used as headquarters by Union Gen. Fitz-John Porter (1822-1901) during the Battle of Malvern Hill. Porter was in command of the 1st Div., V Corps, Army of the Potomac.  
3 215 "The West House" Battle of Malvern Hill, Va., 1 July 1862.  
3 216 The Main Battlefield, Malvern Hill Va.    
3 233 Head Quarters of Maj. Genl. S. P. Heintzelman U.S.A. during the Battle of Malvern Hill, Va.   EOS, p. 96; IFS, p. 99
3 234 Old Rebel Battery on Jamestown Island   IFS, p. 109
3 244 Map of The Night March Battle of Malvern Hill, Va., 1 July 1862.  
3 254 Copy of Official Map made for 3rd Corps Map of Union Army at Harrison's Landing, Va., position on the James River where McClellan moved his army at the end of the Peninsula Campaign.  
3 269 Map showing country opposite Harrison's Landing Va.    
3 278 Head Quarters 3rd Army Corps. . . Harrison's Landing, Va.    
3 279 Shelter Tents    
3 287 Position of 3rd Army Corps at Harrison's Landing, Va. Map of U.S. Army positions at Harrison's Landing IFS, p. 108
3 295 Head qurs. of Maj. Genl. Sykes 5th Army Corps at Harrison's Landing George Sykes (1822-1880), Union general in command of the 2d Div., V Corps.  
3 296 View of Head Quarters of Genl. Hooker at Harrison's Landing, Va. Joseph Hooker (1814-1879), Union general in command of the 2d Div., III Corps.  
3 297 Old Byrd's Monument    
3 299 "Gateway in the Rear" Sketch of the rear gates at Westover Plantation, Charles City County, Va., ancestral home of the Byrd family.  
3 304 Malvern House or "Wyatt House." Malvern Hill Va. Head Qurs. Genl. F. J. Porter and General Head quarters during the Battle    
3 313 Union Entrenched Position at Westover Church   IFS, p. 105
3 314 Westover Mansion Charles City County, Va. IFS, p. 104
3 316 Evelyn Byrd    
3 319A Old Tomb of the Byrd Family At Westover Plantation, Charles City County, Va..  
3 319B Old Graveyard of the Byrd Family At Westover Plantation, Charles City County, Va..  
3 320 old Tomb at Graveyard as The Byrd Family At Westover Plantation, Charles City County, Va. IFS, p. 107
3 327 Old Harrison House - Berkeley Landing Berkeley Hundred, Charles City County, Va., ancestral home of the Harrison family. IFS, p. 102
3 328 Rawlin's Mill & Mill Pond Harrison Landing   IFS, p. 109
3 335 Waiting for the first shot    
3 337 Head Quarters of Brig. Genl. D. B. Birney. 3rd Army Corps on Extreme right of Union Entrenched Position. Harrison Landing. Virginia. David Bell Birney (1825-1864).  
3 338 Head Quarters Brig. Genl. Jos. Hooker. 2nd Div. 3rd Army Corps at Harrison's Landing Va. August 1862    
3 339 Head Quarters of General Sykes of 1st Army Corps. A. P. at Harrison's Landing, Virginia    
3 340 U.S. Troops Landing and burning "The Cole House" opposite Westover on James River Va. Night of August 1st 1862.    
3 359 View of City Point. James River, Virginia. August 12th 1862.   IFS, p. 112
3 360 View of The Cole House on Ruffin's Plantation. James River, Virginia.    
3 374A top - Cedar Mountain Battle of Cedar Mountain, Va., 9 August 1862, an engagement of the 2d Bull Run Campaign.  
3 374B Map of Cedar Mountain and Vicinity and Battle. Battle of Cedar Mountain, Va., 9 August 1862, an engagement of the 2d Bull Run Campaign.  
3 385 Slaughter's House. Cedar Mountain, Virginia. Used for Rebel Hospital during the Battle.    
3 386 View of Cedar Mountain near Culpeper Virginia. August 1862. Showing Battlefield of August 9th from Slaughter's House    
3 391 Westover Church. Harrison's Landing Va. Union Earthworks.    
3 395 Hotel. Charles City Road, Va.   IFS, p. 114
3 398 Snuff Dipping and Smoking in the South.    
3 399 An Old Settler Illustration of a woman smoking a pipe.  
3 400 Negro Cabin. Virginia. 1862.    
3 401 General Stoneman in 1863. George Stoneman (1822-1894), Union general and cavalryman.  
3 405 "Poor Whites"    
3 408 The 3rd Army Corps passing through Charles City Court House, Virginia, August 15th 1862, in Retreat.   IFS, p. 113
3 411 Head Quarters of 3rd Army Corps. Maj. Genl. Heintzelman at Jourdan's, near Jones Bridge, Virginia. August 16th 1862.    
3 412 Map shewing March of the Army from Harrisons Landing or Westover to Williamsburg, Virginia. 15th, 16th, 17th & 18th August.    
3 417 William and Mary College. Williamsburg, Virginia. August 18th 1862.   IFS, p. 116
3 418 Rebel Fort Magruder. Battlefield of Williamsburg, Virginia. 3rd Corps A. P. passing Aug. 19th 1862 Site of the Battle of Williamsburg, Va., 4-5 May 1862. EOS, p. 116; IFS, p. 118
3 420 Head Qurs. 3rd Army Corps. Genl. S. P. Heintzelman Commanding at Williamsburg, Virginia. August 18th 1862.   EOS, p. 114; IFS, p. 117
3 425 Admiral Farragut David Glasgow Farragut (1801-1870), Union admiral.  
3 427 "The Nelson House." Yorktown, Virginia. Rebel Officers Head Qrs. and Hospital. 1862.    
3 429 Head Quarters of 3rd Army Corps. Maj. Genl. Heintzelman. Outside of Yorktown, Virginia, from 19th to 21st August 1862.    
3 430 Head qrs. of Genl. Keyes, U.S.A. Yorktown, Virginia. Aug. 20th 1862. Erasmus Darwin Keyes (1810-1895), Union general in command of the IV Corps, Army of the Potomac.  
3 437 View below the hill. Centreville, Va. Aug. 29th 1862. Porter's 5th Corps arriving.    
3 438 "The Marshall House." King Street, Alexandria, Va. Hotel in Alexandria, Va., where Col. Elmer Ellsworth was shot and killed in 1861.  
3 451 Major-General John Pope, Commanding the Army of Virginia. John Pope (1822-1892), Union general in command of the newly-created Army of Virginia (26 June-2 September 1862).  
3 452 View of Culpepper Court House Virginia. November 1863.   IFS, p. 185
3 455 View from near Groveton Va. Showing Rail Road Grade and Sudley Road. Rebel position 29th and 30th Aug. 1862. 2nd Battle of Bull Run, Va., 29-30 August 1862.  
3 456 View of Union Mills on Bull Run, Virginia, showing Old Rebel Earthworks of 1861. Sketched Aug. 29th 1862. 2nd Battle of Bull Run, Va., 29-30 August 1862.  
3 463A Headquarters of Maj. Genl. S. P. Heintzelman. 3rd Corps near Alexandria, Va. August 22nd to 24th 1862. 2nd Battle of Bull Run, Va., 29-30 August 1862. IFS, p. 120
3 463B Head Quarters of Genls. Pope and Heintzelman at Warrenton Junction afternoon of 28th Aug. 1862. 2nd Battle of Bull Run, Va., 29-30 August 1862. IFS, p. 122 (bottom image)
3 464A Head Quarters of Genl. Heintzelman, U.S.A. Warrenton Junction, Va. August 26 - 27th 1862. 2nd Battle of Bull Run, Va., 29-30 August 1862.  
3 464B R. R. Bridge across the Rappahannock River Va. where Pope's Army crossed August 17th 1862. 2nd Battle of Bull Run, Va., 29-30 August 1862.  
3 471 2nd Battle of Bull Run Va. Position of both Armies. 6 P.M. Aug. 26th.    
3 472 Plan of the Battle of Cedar Mountain, Virginia. August 9th 1862.    
3 473 The Union Soldier's Monument at "The Cut" and Rail Road Embankment. Battlefield of Bull Run, Va.    
3 474 Slaughter's House on Cedar Mountain, Virginia. Used for Rebel Hospital during the Battle Battle of Cedar Mountain, Va., 9 August 1862.  
3 484 Route of Troops and Wagon trains from Warrenton Junct. to Kettle Run. August 27th 1862. 2nd Battle of Bull Run, Va., 29-30 August 1862.  
3 491 Brandy Station, Va.    
3 493 Head Quarters in the Saddle! Illustration of officer on horseback in the driving rain. May also be a reference to Gen. Pope's claim that his headquarters should not be in a fixed place, but rather in the saddle  
3 494 Monument erected by the U.S. 1866 at Groveton, Va., to those who fell at 2nd Battle of Bull Run. Battlefield of 2nd Bull Run.  
3 509 Manassas Junction. Orange and Alexandria R. R. Virginia. August 28th 1862. Confederate raid on Manassas Junction during the 2nd Bull Run Campaign, June-September 1862. EOS, p. 119; IFS, p. 123
3 510 Route from Manassas to Centreville. August 28th to 31st 2nd Bull Run Campaign, June-September 1862  
3 513 Quaker Guns, Manassas. Fake artillery barrels made from logs  
3 517 The Rail Road Cut and Embankment. 2nd Battle of Bull Run, Va., 29-30 August 1862.  
3 525 Plan of The Second Battle of Bull Run Va. Showing Position of both Armies At 7 P.M. 30th Aug. 1862 [map].   IFS, p. 124
3 527 2nd Battle of Bull Run. Showing Rebel position 29 & 30th Aug. 1862 [map]    
3 533 Ruins of The Stone Bridge looking along the Warrenton Turnpike. 2nd Battle of Bull Run, Va., 29-30 August 1862.  
3 535 Remains of Rebel Fortifications at Manassas Junction, Virginia.    
3 536 View of The Church. Centreville, Va. Union Hospital at 2nd Battle of Bull Run. August 29, 30, and 31st 1862.    
3 537 Position of Both Armies. August 30th - 4 to 5 P.M. [map] 2nd Battle of Bull Run, Va., 29-30 August 1862.  
3 538 View of Head Quarters of Genl. Pope and Genl. S. P. Heintzelman in the woods at Warrenton Junction Va. afternoon of 28th August 1862. 2nd Battle of Bull Run, Va., 29-30 August 1862. EOS, p. 120
3 544 Plan of Battle of Bull Run & Bristoe Station. August 27th 1862.    
3 547 Second Battle of Bull Run. Position of Troops at 6 P.M. Friday Aug. 29th 1862. [map]    
3 548 Battlefield of Bull Run Va. Showing Rail Road Cut and Embankment and Jackson's position 30th Aug. 1862. [map]    
3 550 "The Henry House." Battlefield of Bull Run, Virginia. Aug. 29th 1862.    
3 552 General Banks in 1863. Nathaniel Prentiss Banks (1816-1894), Union general in command the II Corps in the U.S. Army of Virginia during the 2nd Bull Run Campaign.  
3 555 Wm. Golds of E Co. 40th N.Y. Vols. 1862 Served as cook to the headquarters of the III Corps of the Army of the Potomac from June to August 1862.  
3 557 Second Battle of Bull Run. Sunset 5 1/2 P.M. Aug. 30th 1862 [map]    
3 558 The Union and Confederate armies in Pope's Virginia Campaign of 1862 were [chart]    
3 559 The Robinson House. Battlefield of Bull Run Va. August 1862.   IFS, p. 126
3 561 "The Robinson House." Battlefield of Bull Run, Virginia. Aug. 29th 1862.    
3 563 Head Quarter Team of Maj. Genl. Heintzelman 3rd Corps at Island Ford during 2nd Battle of Bull Run, Va. August 30th 1862.   EOS, p. 125; IFS, p. 125
3 564A Rebel Fort "Powhatan." James River, Va. Confederate fort located on the James River in Prince George County  
3 564B Rebel "Fort Darling." James River. Confederate fort located on the James River at Drewry's Bluff, Va.  
3 567A The Stone Bridge over Bull Run Va.    
3 567B The Lewis House. The Lewis House was used by Confederate general Joseph Eggleston Johnston (1807-1891) as his headquarters during the 1st Battle of Bull Run. IFS, p. 567B
3 568 Isaac I. Stevens. Isaac Ingalls Stevens (1818-1862) commanded the 1st Division of the IX Corps of the U.S. Army of the Potomac during the 2nd Bull Run Campaign.  
3 575 Plan of Second Battle of Bull Run, Va. Position at 6 P.M. August 30th 1862 [map].    
3 591 Eastern View of Centreville Virginia from Cub Run. Union Army falling back evening of 30th Aug. 1862. 2nd Battle of Bull Run, Va., 29-30 August 1862. IFS, p. 128, EOS, p. 127
3 592 Part of Centreville Virginia near The R. R. Water Tank. August 31st 1862.    
3 593 View of Thoroughfare Gap. Bull Run Mountains, Virginia.    
3 594 View of Aldie Gap in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Virginia. Head Quarters of Mosby's Guerillas. John Singleton Mosby (1833-1916), Confederate Partisan Ranger.  
3 601 Plan of 2nd Battle of Bull Run, Va. Showing movements of troops from 27th Aug. to Sept. 1st [map].   EOS, p. 126
3 602 Maltby's Stone House on the Warrenton Turnpike. 2nd Battle of Bull Run, Va., 29-30 August 1862. IFS, p. 126
3 603 Ruins of Mrs. Dogan's House near Groveton. 2nd Battle of Bull Run, Va., 29-30 August 1862.  
3 615A Old Rebel Fort at Manassas Junction, Va.    
3 615B Quaker Guns at Centreville, Va.   IFS, p. 128
3 617 Battle of Chantilly, Va. Sept. 1st 1862 [map].    
3 618 Position of Army at Centreville, Va. 31st August 1862. Showing march on Chantilly [map]. 2nd Bull Run Campaign, June-September 1862.  
3 621 The Battlefield near Bristoe Station. 2nd Bull Run Campaign, June-September 1862.  
3 622 Manassas Junction, Virginia. Showing old Rebel Fort and destruction of Rail Road by Jackson & Lee. August 26th 1862. 2nd Bull Run Campaign, June-September 1862.  
3 627A Grigsby's House, Centreville, Va. The Grigsby House was used as headquarters by Union Gen. John Pope on 31 August 1862. IFS, p. 129
3 627B J. Hooe's Stone House "Tudor Hall" near Centreville, Va. "Tudor Hall" was used by Confederate Gen. Joseph E. Johnston as headquarters during the 1st Battle of Bull Run  
3 628 Centreville, Virginia Septr. 1st 1862.   IFS, p. 129
3 633 Chimney-Piece. Old Harrison House. Printed sketch of fireplace at Berkeley Hundred Plantation, Charles City County, Va.  
3 634 Headquarters of Brig. Genl. Danl. Butterfield of 5th Corps at Harrison's Landing, Va. July 1862. Daniel Butterfield (1831-1901), Union general in command of 3rd Brig., 1st Div., V Corps, Army of Virginia.  
3 639 Plan of The Battle of Chantilly, Virginia. September 1st 1862 [map]   IFS, p. 132
3 653 Maryland Heights, Harpers Ferry. Photograph  
3 654 Brigadier-General Isaac I. Stevens and Staff. Photograph  
3 675 The Battle of Chantilly, Virginia. Sept. 1st 1862.   IFS, p. 130
3 693 "The Episcopal Seminary" Old Fairfax Road near Alexandria, Virginia. Camp Sumner. Used by Gen. George Brinton McClellan as headquarters during the 2nd Bull Run Campaign, June-September 1862. IFS, p. 136
3 695 Head Quarters of Maj. Genl. Heintzelman. 3rd Corps A. P. head of King Street and Slave Pen, Alexandria, Virginia. Sept. 3rd 1862.   EOS, p. 133
3 696 Sudley Church. Near Bull Run, Va.  
3 699 Plan of Fort Lyon on Eagle Hill above Alexandria, Va. Headquarters of Gen. Samuel Peter Heintzelman IFS, p. 135
3 700 The U.S. Forts and Batteries near Alexandria, Va. Sept. 1862. Map of Union fortifications near Alexandria, Va.  
3 701 View of Fort Lyon.    
3 702 Head Quarters of Maj. Genl. S. P. Heintzelman 3rd Army Corps at Ballenger's House. Fort Lyon, Alexandria, Va.    
3 703 In the Field Hospital Sketch  
3 704 Fairfax Court House, Virginia.    
3 713 Head Qurs of Maj. Genl. S. P. Heintzelman. 3rd Corps. Ballenger's House. Fort Lyon Va. September 1862.    
3 715 R. E. Lee Photograph of Gen. Robert Edward Lee (1808-1870) in 1863.  
3 716 View at Warrenton Junction Virginia. 26 August 1862.    
3 719 Arlington House. 1860. Home of Confederate general Robert E. Lee.  
3 721 Tomb at Arlington Tombstone of John Custis on the Arlington estate.  
3 723 Battle of Trenton. Copy of painting at Arlington  
3 724 Battle of Princeton, January 3, 1777. Copy of painting at Arlington  
3 725 Battle of Germantown, October 4, 1777. Copy of painting at Arlington  
3 726 Battle of Monmouth, June 28, 1778. Copy of painting at Arlington  
3 727 Surrender at Yorktown, Copy of painting at Arlington  
3 728 Pedigree of Washington and Coat of Arms From Arlington, home of Robert E. Lee.  
3 730 [Coat of Arms of George Washington] From Arlington, home of Robert E. Lee.  
3 731 Copy from Pedigree and Arms at Arlington House Virginia.   IFS, p. 137
3 732 Printed portrait of George Washington / Sketch of Washington's Seal From Arlington, home of Robert E. Lee.  
3 733 The Washington Arms & Crest From Arlington, home of Robert E. Lee.  
3 734 Fac-simile of Brass in Great Brington Church of the Washington Church, Northamptonshire England. From Arlington, home of Robert E. Lee.  
3 735 Iron Chest. / Washington's Bed. From Arlington, home of Robert E. Lee.  
3 736 G. W. Custis    
3 738 M. Washington Martha Dandridge Custis Washington (1731-1802), wife of George Washington.  
3 739 Fort Washington. Potomac River.    
3 741 The Birth-place of Washington. Pope's Creek or Wakefield, Westmoreland County, Va.  
3 742 Key of the Bastile.    
3 749 Surrender of British Colors at Yorktown. October 1781.  
3 751 Arlington Spring. At Arlington, home of Robert E. Lee.  
3 753 The Washington Arms.    
3 755 Arlington House. Home of Robert E. Lee. Used as headquarters by Samuel P. Heintzelman from 10 September to 8 December 1862.  
3 765 Map Showing Advance of Union and Rebel Armies from Sept. 3rd to 16th 1862.    
3 767 The Battle of South Mountain [map].    
3 768 Battle of Antietam. Printed sketch from a photograph of one of the stone bridges that cross Antietam Creek near Sharpsburg, Md.  
3 785 Harper's Ferry. Photograph of Harpers Ferry, W. Va.  
3 788 Gen. Francis A. Walker. Francis Amasa Walker (1840-1897) served as a brigadier general in the II Corps of the U.S. Army of the Potomac. After the war he wrote a history of the II Corps.  
3 791 Harpers Ferry. Printed sketch of the ruins of the U.S. Arsenal at Harpers Ferry, W. Va., following the battle on 15 September 1862.  
3 792 View from Genl. Walker's position on Loudoun Heights, Harper's Ferry, Va. Capture of Harpers Ferry, W. Va., 15 September 1862.  
3 803 The Antietam Campaign [map]    
3 804 The Battle of Antietam. Maryland. September 17, 1862 Chapter heading  
3 809 The Attack on Harper's Ferry Va. Sept. 14th - 15th 1862. Map of the Confederate attack on the U.S. Army garrison at Harpers Ferry, W. Va.  
3 811 General D. S. Miles. Photograph of Gen. Dixon Stansbury Miles (1804-1862) commanded the U.S. Army garrison at Harpers Ferry, W. Va.  
3 813 The Lower Bridge (No. 4) Antietam Creek.    
3 814 Map showing vicinity of Battlefield of Antietam, Md.    
3 821 Plan of The Battle of Antietam, Maryland [map]    
3 831 Bloody Lane Battle of Antietam, Md., 17 September 1862.  
3 833 Plan of the Battle of Antietam, Maryland.    
3 834 Harper's Ferry After Evacuation. Evacuated by Union forces 15 September 1862.  
3 835 The Rebel Dead in the Sunken Road on the Right Wing at Antietam. Battle of Antietam, Md., 17 September 1862.  
3 836 General McClellan Riding The Line Of Battle At Antietam. Battle of Antietam, Md., 17 September 1862.  
3 837 The Sunken Road or "Bloody Lane." Battle of Antietam, Md., 17 September 1862.  
3 838 The Old Lutheran Church. Battle of Antietam, Md., 17 September 1862. IFS, p. 144
3 840 Major-General Joe Hooker. Photograph of Gen. Joseph Hooker.  
3 843 The Pry House. Used as headquarters by George Brinton McClellan during the Battle of Antietam.  
3 845 Roulett's Farm House. Battle of Antietam, Md., 17 September 1862.  
3 846 Roulett's House and Barns Battle of Antietam, Md., 17 September 1862.  
3 848 Position - Union troops - Rebel troops [map]. Battle of Antietam, Md., 17 September 1862.  
3 855 General McClellan and President Lincoln at Antietam.    
3 857 View of Bridge No. 3 across Antietam Creek in front of Burnside's position. Battle of Antietam, Md., 17 September 1862. IFS, p. 143
3 858 Sketch of Manoeuvers on Antietam and Sharpsburg Maryland. Sept. 16 - 17th 1862    
3 859 View from Turner's Gap looking East from near The Mountain House. Battle of South Mountain, Md., 14 September 1862.  
3 860 Fox's Gap. Battle of South Mountain, Md., 14 September 1862.  
3 861 Battle of Crampton's Gap, Md. [map] Battle of Crampton's Gap, Md., 14 September 1862.  
3 862 Sketch of the Manoevres on Antietam and Sharpsburg, Maryland.    
3 869 View of Sharpsburg, Maryland near the Battlefield of Antietam.   IFS, p. 144
3 870 George B. McClellan Photograph of George Brinton McClellan.  
3 879 Some of the Captured Rebel Flags. Battle of Antietam, Md., 17 September 1862. IFS, p. 146
3 880 View of Burnside's Bridge Battle of Antietam, Md., 17 September 1862.  
3 881 Jacob H. Grove's House. Used by Gen. Robert Edward Lee during the Battle of Antietam  
3 883 The Sharpsburg Bridge (No. 2) over the Antietam. Battle of Antietam, Md., 17 September 1862.  
3 884 Burnside's Bridge (No. 2) across Antietam Creek. Battle of Antietam, Md., 17 September 1862.  
3 886 South Eastern Stretch of The Sunken Road or "Bloody Lane." Battle of Antietam, Md., 17 September 1862.  
3 887 The Stone Barn, Roulett's Farm. Battle of Antietam, Md., 17 September 1862.  
3 891 The Dunker Church. Battle of Antietam, Md., 17 September 1862.  
3 892 "The Pry House." Used as headquarters by George Brinton McClellan during the Battle of Antietam.  
3 899 Pry's House. Used as headquarters by George Brinton McClellan during the Battle of Antietam.  
3 900 The Dunker Church. Battle of Antietam, Md., 17 September 1862. IFS, p. 142
3 917 Review of the Battles of South Mountain and Antietam. Chapter heading  
3 924 Map of the Position at Turner's Gap. Battle of South Mountain, 14 September 1862.  
3 927 Review of the Battle of Antietam, Md, fought September 17th 1862. Chapter heading  
3 928 Maj.-Gen. I. B. Richardson / Major General G. W. Morrell Israel Bush Richardson (1815-1862) commanded the 1st Division of the II Corps of the U.S. Army of the Potomac, was mortally wounded in the Battle of Antietam.

George Webb Morell (1815-1883) commanded the 1st Division of the V Corps of the Army of Potomac at the Battle of Antietam

 
3 929 Battle of Antietam [map].    
3 930 Bridge No. 3 across Antietam Creek in front of Burnside's centre position. Battle of Antietam, Md., 17 September 1862.  
3 956 Shepherdstown, Va.   IFS, p. 145
3 957 Battle of Winchester, Va.    
3 958 Lt.-General R. E. Lee and Staff Officers. Photograph of Robert Edward Lee with George Washington Custis Lee (1832-1913) and Walter Taylor in Richmond, Va., after the surrender at Appomattox Court House, Va.  
3 959 Arlington House, Va. Home of Robert E. Lee. Used as headquarters in December 1862 by U.S. General Samuel Peter Heintzelman  
3 960 Blackford or Botteller's Ford Battle of Blackford's Ford, W. Va., 19-20 September 1862.  
3 963 Women of Martinsburg Repairing Bridge For The Union Cavalry.    
3 969 South and West fronts of the Treasury Extension. Washington, D.C.  
3 970 President's House Printed sketch of the White House, Washington, D.C.  
3 971 National Lincoln Monument at Springfield, Illinois.    
3 972 Equestrian Statue of Jackson at Lafayette Square, Washington, D.C. 1863. Sketch of a statue of Andrew Jackson  
3 987 The Capitol. Washington, D.C.  
3 988 "America," the Apex of the Dome. Washington, D.C.  
3 989 The Capitol, Washington. Photograph of the Capitol building in Washington, D.C.  
3 990 New Library of Congress. Photograph. Washington, D.C.  
3 993 Maj. Genl. Samuel P. Heintzelman and Staff on Portico of Arlington House, Va. Photograph.  
3 1029 The Kearny Medal of 1863. Established in 1862 and awarded to those officers who had served honorably in battle under Philip Kearny (1814-1862).  
3 1030 General Hancock in 1863. Photograph of Union Gen. Winfield Scott Hancock (1824-1886).  
3 1031 Brig. Genl. A. E. Burnside, U.S.A. in 1861 Sketched portrait of Union Gen. Ambrose Everett Burnside  
3 1032 Wm. H. Seward Sketched portrait of William Henry Seward (1801-1872), U.S. Secretary of State  
3 1033 W. T. Sherman Sketched portrait of Union General William Tecumseh Sherman (1820-1891)  
3 1034 Rebel Works on Munson's Hill, Va.    
3 1035 A. Lincoln. 1863. Sketched portrait of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln  
3 1036 Statue of General Philip Kearney, Newark, N.J.    
3 1046 In the Trenches.    
3 1049 Maj. Genl. Phil Kearny 3rd Corps. U.S.A. Sketched portrait of Union General Philip Kearny (1814-1862)  
3 1050 View of Camp, Army of the Potomac, at Cumberland Landing. Photograph of U.S. Army camp in Virginia during the Peninsula Campaign, March-July 1862.  
3 1051 "Bellegrove." Home of Gen. Kearny near Belleville, N.J.