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Volume 4, 1862 October 26–1863 November 7

 

A Guide to the Robert Knox Sneden Diary
Volume 4, 1862 October 26–1863 November 7
Collection Number Mss5:1 Sn237:1 v. 4

Volume 4 of Sneden's diary covers the period of the Civil War from the eve of the Fredericksburg Campaign in October 1862 to the battle of Rappahannock Station, Va., in November 1863.

The period 1862 October 26–December 15 (pp. 1–140) concerns the maneuvering of the U.S. Army in Virginia in October 1862, Sneden's service at "Arlington House" as a member of Samuel P. Heintzelman's staff, an assessment of George Brinton McClellan's generalship, and the Fredericksburg Campaign.

The period 1862 December 25–1863 May 2 (pp. 141–290) concerns the battle of Fredericksburg, skirmishing in Prince William and Fairfax counties, Va., in December 1862, the Vicksburg Campaign in December, naval action at Galveston Bay, Texas, in January 1863, Ambrose Burnside's "Mud March," action along the Rappahannock River in March (including the battle of Kelly's Ford), naval operations at Charleston, S.C., in early April, activities of Mosby's Rangers (i.e., the 43rd Virginia Cavalry Battalion) in the spring of 1863, and the Chancellorsville Campaign.

The period 1863 May 3–16 (pp. 291–446) concerns the battle of Chancellorsville, George Stoneman's and Judson Kilpatrick's cavalry raids, the battle of Port Hudson, La., and the Vicksburg Campaign (including the battles of Jackson and Champion Hill, Miss.). The period 1863 April 30–July 2 (pp. 447–590) concerns the Vicksburg Campaign, the surrender of Port Hudson to U.S. forces on 8 July 1863, Sneden's life in Washington, D.C., in June and July 1863 (including news of the Vicksburg and Gettysburg campaigns), the battle of Brandy Station, Va., and the Gettysburg Campaign (through 2 July).

The period 1863 July 2–18 (pp, 591–724) concerns the battle of Gettysburg, Sneden's review of the Vicksburg Campaign, the New York Draft Riots, and military operations at Charleston, S.C.

The period 1863 July 10–October 14 (pp. 725–880) concerns military operations at Charleston (including the Union assault on Fort Wagner), Sneden's life in Washington, D.C., in late July and September, the battle of Chickamauga, and the Bristoe Station Campaign.

The period 1863 October 14–November 7 ( pp. 881–1044) concerns the battle of Bristoe Station, Sneden's service near Bristoe Station on the staff of David Bell Birney in early November, and the battles of Kelly's Ford and Rappahannock Station, Va., on 7 November. Also, includes Sneden's descriptions of the following naval events: operation of Confederate privateers, the battle between the USS Kearsarge and the CSS Alabama, actions on the Mississippi and Yazoo rivers in 1862 between Union and Confederate gunboats, U.S. operations against the CSS Albemarle near Plymouth, N.C., in April 1864, the capture of the Confederate privateers Florida and Georgia, and Confederate blockade running throughout the war.

Pages 1045–1111 contain endnotes for Volume 4.

List of Illustrations

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

• Copies of these illustrations may be ordered from the Photographic and Digital Reproductions page

Vol Page Image Title or Text Description Publications*
4 1 Vol. 4. Army Diary of the War of the Rebellion. Title page  
4 2 3rd Army Corps Flags. A.D. 1861-3 Includes illustration of an eagle.  
4 4 Acquia Creek, Virginia. Base of Supplies for Burnside's Army  
4 5 Belle Plain Landing on Acquia Creek and Rappahannock    
4 6 Ruins of Potomac Church Between Potomac Creek and Fredericksburg, Va. Dated 1863. IFS, p. 147
4 7 Old Tombstone near Potomac Church, Potomac Run, near Fredericksburg, [Virginia]. Tombstone of Edmund Helder, d. 1618.  
4 10 View of Fredericksburg, Virginia. Dated 1863.  
4 11 A. E. Burnside    
4 12 A Virginia Loghouse    
4 13 Flag of the 3rd Army Corps Dated October 26th, 1862 to November 8th, 1863.  
4 18 General A. E. Burnside 1824-1881. Posed outside his tent.  
4 22 Map of Fall's Church and vicinity of Lewinsville, Virginia. Shows Union picket lines, etc. Dated October 30th 1862.  
4 23 View of Lewinsville, Virginia. Dated October 30th, 1862.  
4 50 "The Contraband Camp" below Arlington House, Va. Group of African Americans in ragged condition. Dated November 1862. EOS, p. 134
4 51 H. W. Halleck, Commander in Chief, U.S.A. Dated 1863.  
4 72 Position of Union and Rebel Armies at Fredericksburg, [Virginia]. Dated December 1st, 1862.  
4 76 Map showing vicinity of Harper's Ferry, Virginia [now West Virginia], and the Upper Potomac River.    
4 77 South View of Arlington House, Virginia. Residence of General Robert E. Lee, C.S.A. Served as Head Quarters of Major General Samuel Peter 1805-1880) Heintzelman from September 10th to December 8th, 1862.  
4 90 The Battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia. Fought 13th December 1862. Chapter title page.  
4 96 Plan of the Battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia. Chapter title page.  
4 97-98 Plan of the Battle of Fredericksburg, Va. Decr 13th, 1862 Fold-out map occupying 2 pages.  
4 99 The Stone Wall and Sunken Road Battle of Fredericksburg, 1862.  
4 106 Plan of the Battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia. Map of the Battle of Fredericksburg, 1862. IFS, p. 148
4 107 Maj Gen'l Thomas Francis Meagher, U.S.A. Thomas Francis Meagher (1823-1867), Union general, original commander of the 69th New York Volunteers (the "Irish Brigade").  
4 108 Maj. Genl. O. O. Howard, U.S.A. / Maj. Genl. Asboth, U.S.A. Photographs of Oliver Otis Howard (1830-1909) and Alexander Sandor Asboth (1811-1868).  
4 109 Map of the Potomac River from Fredericksburg to Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg, Pa.    
4 114 Plan of the Battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia. Battle of Fredericksburg, 13 December 1862.  
4 116 Street in Fredericksburg, Va., after the bombardment by Genl. Burnside's Artillery. Battle of Fredericksburg, 13 December 1862.  
4 118 Welford's Mill on Hasel Run. And the Telegraph Road. Battle of Fredericksburg, 13 December 1862.  
4 119 Front of Marye's House, Fredericksburg Heights. Battle of Fredericksburg, 13 December 1862.  
4 122 Old Confederate Works on Willis Hill, Fredericksburg, Va. Battle of Fredericksburg, 13 December 1862. Dated 1865. IFS, p. 151
4 123 House by the Stone Wall, Marye's Heights, Fredericksburg, Va., in which Genl. Cobb, C.S.A., died. Thomas Reade Rootes Cobb (1823-1862), Confederate Brigadier General. Battle of Fredericksburg, 13 December 1862.  
4 138 Maj.-Gen. William B. Franklin William Buel Franklin (1823-1903), Union General.  
4 140 Ruins of the "Phillip's House," Head Qurs. of Gen'l Burnside. Burnt during the Battle of Fredericksburg, Va. Battle of Fredericksburg, 13 December 1862. IFS, p. 150
4 141 "The Lacy House," opposite Fredericksburg, Va. Head Qurs. Of Genl. Sumner during the Battle. Battle of Fredericksburg, 13 December 1862.  
4 142 Tomb of the Mother of Washington near Fredericksburg, Va. Dated 1863. Mary (Ball) Washington (1708-1789).  
4 143 Ruins of Potomac Church. ... Between Aquia Creek and Fredericksburg, Virginia. Dated 1863.  
4 156 Headquarters of Maj. Gen. S. P. Heintzelman, U.S.A. ... Corner of 15½ Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C. At this time, Heintzelman was commanding the Department of Washington. The house is identified as belonging to "rebel" J. H. Floyd. Dated January 1863.  
4 157A Upton's Hill, Virginia. Shewing Mrs. Forney's House and signal observatory 1863    
4 157B New Military Road and Bridge constructed by U.S. Engineer Corps across Pimmit Run near Chain Bridge, Virginia.    
4 168 Jeff. C. Davis Jefferson Columbus Davis (1828-1879), Union general.  
4 169 John A. Logan John Alexander Logan (1826-1886), Union general.  
4 172 Defences [sic] of Vicksburg, [Mississippi]. Dated December 1862.  
4 180 1863 Chapter title. Illustration of an eagle grasping a banner.  
4 181 Head Quarters of the Department of Washington. Chapter title.  
4 182 Gen. Order no.11 December 6, 1862. Discontinues the District of the Defences [sic] of Washington, South of the Potomac.  
4 184 S. P. Heintzelman    
4 185 Gen'l Joe Hooker and Staff, 1863 Joseph Hooker (1814-1879), Union general.  
4 200 "The Mud March." Map showing movement on Bank's Ford, Jany. 19th 1863 January 20-23, 1863. Burnside's attempt to cross the Rappahannock River at Bank's Ford. Two days of heavy rain caused the attempt to be abandoned.  
4 213 Plan of works erected at Centreville, Va., by Union forces.    
4 222 Plan shewing [sic] Battle Ground and Cavalry Fight, Kelly's Ford, Va., 17th March 1863. Kellysville, Virginia. Union attempt to attack the Confederate cavalry in the vicinity of Culpeper, Virginia.  
4 228A Plan of the Attack on Ft. Sumter, April 6th 1863 Charleston Harbor, S.C.  
4 228B The "Ironsides" U.S.N. Charleston Harbor, S.C.  
4 229 Brig-Genl. Quincy A. Gillmore. Quincy Adams Gillmore (1825-1888), Union general.  
4 230 Plan of Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor, S.C. Dated 1861.  
4 231A Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor, S.C. AD 1861    
4 231B Castle Pinckney, Charleston, S.C., AD 1864. Castle Pinckney was a Confederate prison at Charleston.  
4 250 The Chancellorsville Campaign, May 1863. Chapter title page.  
4 260 The Battle of Chancellorsville, Virginia. Position of Union Army, 2nd May 1863.    
4 261 Aldrich's House, Fredericksburg Turnpike, near Chancellorsville [Virginia]. Headquarters of Pleasanton's Cavalry. Alfred Pleasanton (1824-1897), Union general commanding 1st Division , Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac.  
4 266 Map showing advance of 6th Army Corps (Genl. John Sedgwick, U.S.A.) to assist Gen. Hooker at Chancellors[ville], [Virginia]. John Sedgwick (1813-1864), Union general.  
4 267 Position of Union and Rebel Armies, Chancellorsville, Virginia. 1863.    
4 272 Todd's Tavern. Battlefield of Chancellorsville, Virginia, 1863.   IFS, p. 155
4 273 The Wilderness Tavern, Virginia, 1863. Battle of Chancellorsville, 1863. Served as Headquarters of Gen. Robert E. Lee (1807-1870), C.S.A.  
4 274 Chancellorsville, Va. Position of 11th Corps at 6 P.M. May 2nd, 1863.    
4 275 Battle of Chancellorsville, Va. Positions of the 12th and part of the 3rd Corps covering the Chancellorsville Plateau, May 2nd and 3rd, 1863.    
4 296 Map of Battle of Chancellorsville [Virginia] including operations from April 29th to May 5th, 1863.    
4 297 View of "The Chancellor House," Chancellorsville, Va. April 30th 1862 [sic] [1863?]. Before the battle.    
4 298 Engineer Corps Making Corduroy Roads.    
4 299 Joseph Hooker Photograph of Joseph Hooker (1814-1879).  
4 300 Plan of the Battle of Chancellorsville, Virginia. Fought 2nd and 3rd May 1863. Chapter title page.  
4 301-302 Plan of the Battle of Chancellorsville, Virginia. Position 5 P.M. 2nd May 1863. Fold-out map occupying two pages. IFS, p. 152
4 306 The Chancellorsville House, Hooker's Headquarters, May 2nd 1863.   IFS, p. 153
4 307 Dowdall's Tavern. Head Qurs of Maj. Genl. O. O. Howard. On the Turnpike. Battle of Chancellorsville, 1863.  
4 309 Chancellorsville, Va.. Position of Armies 3rd May 1863 at 8 A.M. to 51/2 P.M.    
4 324 The Battle of Chancellorsville, Sunday May 3rd 9 P.M.    
4 325 Position. Sunday May 3rd at 3 P.M. Battle of Chancellorsville, 1863.  
4 328 Maj. Gen'l Thos. Jonathan Jackson, C.S.A. Thomas Jonathan Jackson (1824-1863), commander of the 2nd Corps of the Army of Northern Virginia.  
4 329 O.O. Howard, Maj Gen'l, Commanding 11th Army Corps.    
4 348 John Sedgwick, Maj. Gen'l    
4 350 The Wilderness Church Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., 1863.  
4 351 Gen. Hooker and Staff in camp, Falmouth, Va.    
4 352 "Stonewall Jackson's Way" [poem] Supposedly confiscated from a Confederate soldier who served in the "Stonewall Brigade."  
4 353A General Howard in War Time / General Howard 1874.    
4 354 Ruins of the Chancellorsville House, Virginia.   IFS, p. 155
4 355 Battle of Chancellorsville, Virginia.    
4 357 Corps Badges and Flags used in the U.S. Army 1863 Badges only.  
4 358 Corps Flags used in U.S. Army 1863.    
4 359 Rebel Flags    
4 360 Salem Church near Chancellorsville, Virginia. Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., 1863. Sketch dated 1862.  
4 361 Dowdal's Tavern, Head Qurs. Genl. O. O. Howard. Battle of Chancellorsville, Va., 1863.  
4 386 Plan of Attack on Marie's [sic] Heights, Fredericksburg, Va. ... or, 2nd Battle of Fredericksburg. Chancellorsville Campaign, 1863. Fought May 3rd, 1863.  
4 387 Plan of the Battle of Salem Church, or Salem Heights, Va. Chancellorsville Campaign, 1863. Fought afternoon of May 3rd, 1863. IFS, p. 157
4 400 The rd Army Corps. Gen'l Danl. E. Sickles covering the retreat from Chancellorsville. Daniel Edgar Sickles (1825-1914), commander of the III Corps, Army of the Potomac. IFS, p. 158
4 401 The 17th Maine Zouave Regiment in Battle, Chancellorsville, Va.    
4 424 Scene of the Vicksburg Campaign [map] Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.  
4 426 Siege of Port Hudson, [Louisiana.] Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.  
4 427 Old St. Paul's Church, Norfolk, Virginia. Dated 1863.  
4 429 View of the Union Fleet Shelling the Rebel Batteries, Port Hudson, [Louisiana] Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.  
4 438 Admiral Porter in 1863 David Dixon Porter (1813-1891), Union Admiral.  
4 440 Map of the Rebel position at Vicksburg, Miss., May 1863. Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.  
4 441 Edwin M. Stanton, Secty. of War Edwin McMasters Stanton (1814-1869), Union Secretary of War.  
4 444 Map of the County between Millikens Bend, La., and Jackson, Miss., showing the routes followed by the Army of Tennessee ... April and May 1863. Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.  
4 445 Gen'l Sherman's corps crossing the Big Black River [Miss.] on the night of May 17-18th, 1863. William Tecumseh Sherman (1820-1891), Union general. Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.  
4 448 The Place where Pemberton surrendered to Grant, Vicksburg. [Miss.] John Clifford Pemberton (1814-1881), Confederate general; Ulysses Simpson Grant (1822-1885), Union general. Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.  
4 450 [Map of the Battle of Vicksburg, Miss.] Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.  
4 459 Vicksburgh [sic] Artillery Stopping Steamers passing down the [Mississippi] river. Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.  
4 464 Rebel Works in Rear of Vicksburg, [Miss.]. Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.  
4 465 "Sky Parlor Hill," [Vicksburg, Miss.]. A Confederate signal station during the Siege of Vicksburg. Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.  
4 470 Plan of the Approaches to the Vicksburg Mine. Union attempt to break through the Confederate lines by tunneling underneath the Jackson road. First attempt was June 25; second was July 1; a third was planned but proved unnecessary. Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.  
4 476 Gen'l John C. Pemberton's House, Vicksburg, [Miss.]. Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.  
4 477 The White House, or "Shirley," at the entrance to McPherson's Sap, Vicksburg, [Miss.] James Birdseye McPherson (1828-1864), Union general. Commanded the XIII and later the XVII Corps during the Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.  
4 486 J. Kilpatrick. Hugh Judson Kilpatrick (1836-1881), Union general.  
4 487 Seige of Vicksburg, [Miss.] May-July 1863; Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.  
4 488 Vicksburg, [Miss.], 1864 Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.  
4 489 Lieu. Genl. John C. Pemberton, the Rebel Commander at Vicksburg / General Grant in 1863.    
4 524 Admiral Farragut [photographed by Brady]. David Glasgow Farragut (1801-1870), Union admiral.  
4 525 Maj Gen'l Winfield Scott Hancock, U.S.A. Winfield Scott Hancock (1824-1886), Union general.  
4 541 Battle of Gettysburg. Chapter title page.  
4 542 Map shewing [sic] movements of Union and Rebel Armies from 30th June to 13th July 1863. Gettysburg Campaign, June-July 1863.  
4 543 Geo. G. Meade, Maj. Genl., U.S.A. George Gordon Meade (1815-1872), Union general, commander of the Army of the Potomac from just before Gettysburg until the end of the war.  
4 544 Battle of Gettysburg. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 545 Union Army's march on Gettysburg from Frederick, Md. June 30th and July 1st, 1863. Gettysburg Campaign, June-July 1863.  
4 548 Positions June 3rd, June 6th, June 9th, June 12th, and June 13th. Five small maps showing troop movements prior to the Gettysburg Campaign, June-July 1863.  
4 549 The Lutheran Seminary, Gettysburg, Penna. Dated September 1863. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863. IFS, p. 166
4 552 Map Shewing [sic] Movements of Army from 30th June to 1st July 1863 and first encounter of the I Corps with the Enemy. Gettysburg Campaign, June-July 1863.  
4 556 Last Charge of Pickett's Division at Gettysburg. George Edward Picket (1825-1875), Confederate general. "Pickett's Charge" took place on the third day of the Battle of Gettysburg. Neither Pickett nor the bulk of his division actually participated.  
4 557 Maj. Gen'l G.K. Warren, U.S.A., 1863 Gouverneur Kemble Warren (1830-1882), Union general; Chief Engineer for the Army of the Potomac during the Gettysburg Campaign, June-July 1863.  
4 560 Major-Gen. John Fulton Reynolds, U.S.A. John Fulton Reynolds (1820-1863), Union general; killed at the Battle of Gettysburg.  
4 561 Major-Gen'l George Meade, U.S.A. George Gordon Meade (1815-1872), Commander of the Army of the Potomac from just before Gettysburg until the end of the war. Gettysburg Campaign, June-July 1863.  
4 565 "The Devil's Den." Battlefield of Gettysburg, Penna. Located at the foot of Round Top Mountain. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 566 H. W. Slocum. Maj Gen'l 12th Corps. Henry Warner Slocum (1827-1894), Union general.  
4 567 The Gate house at the Cemetery, Line of Defence [sic] of the 11th Corps, Gettysburg, [Pa.] Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 572 The Struggle for Devil's Den. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 574A View from Little Round Top Mountain Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863. IFS, p. 162
4 574B Cemetery Hill Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863. IFS, p. 160
4 576 Plan showing the Rebel concentrated assault on the 3rd Corps. July 2nd. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 577 Daniel Sickles, Maj Gen'l, 3rd Corps.    
4 584 Map of the Battle of Gettysburg, Penna., showing positions held July 2nd 1863. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 585 Map of the Battle of Gettysburg showing positions held July 1st and 3rd 1863. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 588 Maj Gen. John Sedgwick, Commanding 6th Army Corps, U.S.A.    
4 589 View of the Battlefield near Spottsylvania Court House, Virginia. Remains of earthworks constructed by 6th Corps and place where Maj. Genl. John Sedgwick was killed May 9th 1864. Sedgwick was killed by a Confederate sharpshooter at Spotsylvania, Virginia. Spotsylvania Campaign, 7-20 May 1864.  
4 594 Gettysburg July 2nd. The Union and Rebel forces in the Cemetery, night of July 2nd. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 595 Brigadier-General E. E. Cross    
4 629 Union Breast works on Little Round Top. Big Round Top in the Distance. Gettysburg, Pa. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 630 Head Quarters of Genl. Slocum 12th Army Corps, Power's Hill ... July 2-3rd 1863. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 631 Gen. Meade and Staff Gettysburg Campaign, June-July 1863.  
4 632 Mrs. Marshall's House, Head Qurs. of Gen. Lee during the Battle of Gettysburg, Penna. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 633A Sherfy's House, Battlefield of Gettysburg, Pa., where 3rd Corps were driven back Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 633B Trossel's House .... Used for hospital of 6th Corps. Scene of the fighting of Bigelow's Battery. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 646 [Map of Antietam, Md., and environs]. Gettysburg Campaign, June-July 1863.  
4 647 Mrs. Barbara Frietchie's [sic] home, Frederick, Maryland Mrs. Barbara Fritchie is reputed to have waved a Union flag during the passage of Confederate troops through Frederick before the Battle of Antietam.  
4 648 Geo. G. Meade. Maj. Gen.l.    
4 649 Meade's Biography. Text contained withing a shield.  
4 650 Cavalry Battle, Gettysburg Pa., July 3rd 1863 : 2'30" P.M. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 652 Head Quarters of Gen'l Meade, U.S.A., during the Battle of Gettysburg, Pa. House is identified as belonging to Mrs. Leister. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863. IFS, p. 165
4 653 Map showing vicinity of Winchester, Virginia.    
4 655 Calvary Battle, Gettysburg, Pa. July 3rd [1863] 3'30" P.M. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 658 Stone Barn on McPherson's Farm ... Held 1st July by the Bucktails of Doubleday's Division and assulted by Brockenbrough's Brigade of Confederates. The "Bucktails" were the 13th Pennsylvania Reserves, U.S.A. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 659 Head Qurs. of Gen'l Meade at Mrs. Leister's House, Jamestown Road, 3rd July 1863.    
4 661 Head Quarters Flag of Maj. Genl. Meade    
4 668 G. K. Warren. Maj. Genl., Chief Engineer of the Army of the Potomac.    
4 669 Dead Rebel Sharpshooter among the rocks in the Devil's Den ... from Photo by Gardiner July 1863. Devil's Den was located at the foot of Round Top Mountain. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 670 The Desperate Fighting at Gettysburg. Chapter title page.  
4 671 Cemetery Ridge after Pickett's Charge, Gettysburg, July 3rd 1863. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 672 In the Rear of Devil's Den, Gettysburg, 1863.    
4 673 View in the Devil's Den facing Little Round Top.   IFS, p. 164
4 676 Generall Sickle's [sic] position at the Peach Orchard, looking south from the Emmitsburg Road. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 677 The "Slaughter Pen" at the base and on the left slop of Little Round Top. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 684 The Baltimore Turnpike in rear of the Cemetery on Cemetery Hill, Gettysburg. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 685 The Peach Orchard viewed from Longstreet's position extreme right of Emmitsburg Road, Gettysburg. James Longstreet (1821-1904), Confederate general. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 690 Menchy's Spring between Culp's Hill and Cemetery Gate. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 691 Trostle's Barn , Battlefield of Gettysburg, Penna., used for Hosptial by 3rd Army Corps. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 696 The Log Breastworks on Culp's Hill. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 700 73rd New York Volunteers, 2nd Fire Zoaves. Gettysburg Momument. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 701 "The high-water mark of the Confederacy" Photograph of Confederate dead on a portion of the battlefield after Pickett's charge. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 702 Position of the 12th Corps (Slocum), Culp's Hill, Gettysburg, July 2nd and 3rd and 4th 1863. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 703 "Overlooked by the burying detail." Dead soldier on the battlefield at Gettysburg. Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863.  
4 704 "Fort Powhattan" on the James River, Virginia.    
4 705 Maj. Genl. Judson Kilpatrick    
4 706 Review of Military Operations at Vicksburg [Miss.], And the Prime Cause of its Surrender. Chapter title page.  
4 707 Military railroad gun    
4 708 Vicksburg, 1864 Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.  
4 709 The Bluffs at Vicksburg, [Mississippi] Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.  
4 710 Rebel Battery, Vicksburg, [Mississippi} Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.  
4 711 U.S. Ironclad "Osage," Mississippi River. Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.  
4 728 Plan of the The Assault on Ft. Wagner, July 11th, 1863. Charleston Harbour, S.C.  
4 732 Rebel Bullets Illustrations of eplosive bullet and poisoned bullet.  
4 733 Torpedoes    
4 740 Fort Wagner, Charleston Harbor, S.C., showing point of attack. Assault on Fort Sumter, August-September 1863.  
4 741 View of the Sea Front of Fort Wagner, Charleston Harbor, S.C., after the bombardment. Assault on Fort Sumter, August-September 1863.  
4 765 Explanation of terms used in Fortification and Engineering. Includes explanations and illustrations of "gabion" and "fascine."  
4 766 [Explanation of terms used in Fortification and Engineering, cont.] Include explanations and illustrations of "flying sap," "simple sap," and "double sap."  
4 780 English Gun Steel Wrought Armstrong Gun and Blakely Projectile. IFS, p. 232
4 781 Rebel Percussion Include torpedo, Greek fire shell, fire ball, hot metal shell, and Rebel water torpedo.  
4 784 Gen'l O. A. Gillmore's line of earthworks in front of Fort Wagner, Morris Island, Charleston Harbor, S.C., July 1863. Quincy Adams Gillmore (1825-1888), Union general. Assault on Fort Sumter, August-September 1863.  
4 785 Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor, S.C., showing effect of Genl. Gillmore's bombarding. Federal heavy artillery bombarded Fort Sumter for a week starting August 17, 1863. Assault on Fort Sumter, August-September 1863.  
4 786 View of The Marsh Battery in Swamp Angel. Erected by Col. Sorrell, Morris Island, Charleston Harbor, S.C. Assault on Fort Sumter, August-September 1863.  
4 787 Interior of Turret U.S. Monitor "Passaic."    
4 788 Map of Charleston Harbor showing Union and Rebel Batteries, etc., Septr. 1863. Assault on Fort Sumter, August-September 1863.  
4 789 Plan of Genl. O. A. Gillmore's position on Morris Island, Charleston, S.C. Assault on Fort Sumter, August-September 1863.  
4 806 The Rebel Defences [sic] of Charleston Harbor, S.C., August 1863. Assault on Fort Sumter, August-September 1863.  
4 807 Advanced works of Genl. Gillmore, U.S., shelling Fort Wagner, Morris Island, Charleston Harbor, S.C., August 1863. Assault on Fort Sumter, August-September 1863.  
4 812 Battle of Missionary Ridge or Chickamauga, Tenn. Battle of Missionary Ridge, 25 November 1863. Chattanooga Campaign, October-November 1863.  
4 816 A Street in Chattanooga in 1864 Chattanooga Campaign, October-November 1863.  
4 818 Genl. Rosencrans' Campaign. Map of Chattanooga and Vicinity. William Starke Rosecrans (1819-1898), Union general.

Chattanooga Campaign, October-November 1863.

 
4 820 Maj. Gen'l J. A. Logan, U.S.A. John Alexander Logan (1826-1886), Union general.  
4 821 Lee and Gordon's Mills. Chickamauga Creek, Tennessee. Chickamauga Campaign, August-September 1863.  
4 822 Plan of the Battle of Chickamauga, Tenn. Battle of Chickamauga, 19-20 September 1863.  
4 829 Genl. Thomas' new position 20th Septr., 3 P.M. George Henry Thomas (1816-1870), Union general. Battle of Chickamauga, 19-20 September 1863.  
4 830 Genl. Joseph Hooker, who led the assault on Lookout Mountain.. Lookout Mountain was the scene of "The Battle Above the Clouds" in the Chattanooga Campaign, October-November 1863.  
4 831 Map of Chattanooga & Vicinity Chickamauga Campaign, August-September 1863.  
4 838 Bird's-eye view of the country looking north from Lee and Gordon's Mills along the west of Chickamauga Creek. Chckamauga Campaign, August-September 1863.  
4 840 View of Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor S.C., October 1863, shewing [sic] effects of bombardment by Genl.Gillmore. Federal heavy artillery bombarded Fort Sumter for a week starting August 17, 1863. Assault on Fort Sumter, August-September 1863.  
4 841 General William Starke Rosecrans    
4 856 Culpepper [sic] Court House, Virginia, Novr. 25th 1863. Used for barracks by U.S. troops.  
4 857 Rappahannock Station, Virginia, Novr. 1862.    
4 858 D. B. Birney, Maj. Genl. 1st Div. 3rd Corps. David Bell Birney (1825-1864), Union general.  
4 859 Head Quraters of Maj Genl. D. B. Birney ... near Culpepper [sic] C. H., Virginia, Octr. 1863.    
4 876 Rail Road Bridge at Rappahannock Station, Rappahannock River, Virginia.    
4 878 Genl. Geo. Meade's flank march in Retreat. Map showing retreat of Union Army ... Oct. 1863, from Culpepper [sic] to Warrenton, Virginia.    
4 886 Skirmish at Auburn, Va., Octr. 14th 1863.   IFS, p. 171
4 887 Genl. George H. Thomas George Henry Thomas (1816-1870), Union general.  
4 888 "Auburn," Residence of John Minor Botts, near Culpepper [sic] Court House, Virginia, Octr. 10th 1863.   EOS, p. 140; IFS, p. 179
4 889 McCormack's House and Old Mill, Auburn, Virginia, scene of skirmish with the Rebels by 3rd Army Corps 16th Octr. 1863. Bristoe Campaign, 9 October-9 November 1963. IFS, p. 170
4 896 Plan of the Battle of Bristoe Station, Virginia. Battle of Bristoe Station, Va., 14 October 1863.  
4 902 Effect of Batteries Illustration of dead soldiers and horses.  
4 908 The Stone Bridge over Bull Run, Va. Destroyed by Union Army Aug 31st 1862.    
4 910 Union Mills on Bull Run, Virginia. October 15th 1863. Shewing [sic] Rebel fort of 1861.   IFS, p. 172
4 911 Faulkner's House near Catlett's Station, Virginia. Head Quarters of Genls. D. B. Birney and J. H. Ward, 3rd Corps, AP. October 20th 1863. John Henry Hobart Ward (b. 1823), Union general. Bristoe Campaign, 9 October-9 November 1863. IFS, p. 174
4 913 Rufus Ingalls, Chief QMaster Rufus Ingalls (1820-1893), Union general, Chief Quartermaster of the Army of the Potomac.  
4 926 Map of Warrenton Junction, Orange and Alexandria RR, Virginia, shewing [sic] destruction of RR by Enemy, October 1863. Bristoe Campaign, 9 October-9 November 1863. IFS, p. 168
4 927 View of Warrenton Junction, Va., Orange and Alexandria RR. Shewing its destruction by the Rebels. Octr. 20th-21st 1863. Bristoe Campaign, 9 October-9 November 1863. IFS, p. 175
4 930 "Snakes"! Illustration of cavalry men killing snakes forced from hiding by wildfires.  
4 948 Battle of Kelly's Ford, Va. Plan of Position of Union and Rebel Forces at 1 o'clock 7th Nov. [1863]. Battle of Rappahannock Station and Kelly's Ford, 7 November 1863. Part of the Bristoe Campaign, 9 October-9 November 1863.  
4 952 Plan of the Battle of Kelly's Ford, Virginia, fought 7th Nov. 1863. Battle of Rappahannock Station and Kelly's Ford, 7 November 1863. Part of the Bristoe Campaign, 9 October-9 November 1863.  
4 968 Plan of the Battle of Rappahannock Station, Va., November 7th 1863. Battle of Rappahannock Station and Kelly's Ford, 7 November 1863. Part of the Bristoe Campaign, 9 October-9 November 1863.  
4 980 Some Account of the Rebel Privateers and the Naval Battles fought by them, and the U.S. War Vessels and Gun boats / [inset] "The Alabama" Chapter title page with inset.  
4 990 Rear-Admiral James Alden, U.S.N.    
4 992 Commodore Wilkes Charles Wilkes (1798-1877), Union naval officer.  
4 993 The Late Rear-Admiral Dahlgren (Photo by M. B. Brady, Washington, D.C.) John Adolph Dahlgren (1809-1870), Union admiral.  
4 1002 Chart of the Battle off Cherbourg Naval battle fought in the English Channel between the U.S.S. Kearsarge and the C.S.S. Alabama., June 19th 1864.  
4 1011 Robert E. Lee, C.S.A. Post-war, in civilian dress.  
4 1012 Some Naval Battles fount by Union and Rebel Rams and Gunboats on the Yazoo and Mississippi Rivers, 1862. Chapter title page.  
4 1019 The Daring Attempt to Destroy the Rebel Ram Albemarle ... near Plymouth, N.C. Chapter title page. The "Albemarle" was a Confederate ram built on the Roanoke River and commanded by James W. Cooke. After serving with distinction in the capture of Plymouth, N.C., she was sunk by a torpedo on 27 October 1864.  
4 1028 The Rebel Ram "Albemarle"    
4 1029 Wreck of the Rebel Ram "Albemarle"    
4 1030 Capture of the Rebel Privateers Florida and Georgia by the U.S. Steamers "Wachusett" and "Niagara." Chapter title page.  
4 1055 Soldiers' Monument, National Cemetery, Gettysburg. Gettysburg Battlefield.  
4 1056 Lieut.-Gen. Jubal A. Early / Battle of Monocacy, Maryland, and the Rebel Attack on Washington, D.C., July 11th 1864. Jubal Anderson Early (1816-1894), Confederate general / chapter title page.  
4 1057 Plan of the Battle of Monocacy, Maryland, July 9th 1864. Early's Washington Raid, 9 July 1864. Confederate cavalry crossed the Monocacy River just southeast of Frederick, Md.  
4 1063 [Map of Monocacy, Maryland, and vicinity.] Includes northeastern Virginia.  
4 1071 Plan of the Rebel Attack on Washington, D.C., 11th and 12th July 1864. Early's Washington Raid, 27 June-7 August 1864. Early reached the outskirts of Washington on 11 July and saw that its defenses had been reinforced. The assault, planned for the 12th, was abandoned when it was learned the Federals had received significant reinforcements.  
4 1073 Fort Stevens, Washington Early's Washington Raid, 27 June-7 August 1864. There was heavy skirmishing around Fort Stevens on July 12th between Confederate cavalry and Federal forces, prior to the Confederate forces withdrawal to Leesburg, Va.  
4 1074 J. A. Early, C.S.A. Jubal Anderson Early (1816-1894), Confederate general.  
4 1086 Badge of the Army of the Potomac, 1863.    
4 1087 Badges in the U.S. Army, AD 1863. Includes Artillery Brigade, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Divisions, Badge of the Army of the Cumberland, and Army of West Virginia.  
4 1088 Army Badges used in U.S. Army 1862-5 Includes I, II, III, and IV Corps.  
4 1089 Army Badges and Brief Sketches of the Army Corps Includes V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, and X Corps.  
4 1090 Corps Badges Includes XI, XII, XIII, XIV, XV, and XVI Corps.  
4 1091 Corps Badges Includes XVII, XVIII, XIX, XX, XXI, XXII, and XXIII Corps.  
4 1092 U.S. Army Corps Badges Includes XXIV and XXV Corps, Potomac Cavalry, Wilson's Cavalry, Engineers and Mechanics, Signal Corps, XIII Corps, and Kilpatrick's Cavalry.  
4 1093 George McClellan, AD 1885.    
4 1094 Monument at Richmond, Va., to Confederate Soldiers and Sailors.    
4 1095 Monument erected by the State of New York at Gettysburg, Pa. Battlefield of Gettysburg, Pa.  
4 1098 Monument of the 40th N.Y. Vols., "Mozart Regiment," on the Battlefield of Gettysburg.    
4 1099 General James A. Garfield James Abram Garfield (1831-1881), Union general and 20th President of the United States.  
4 1100 [Details from New York State Monument at Gettysburg, Pa.] Wounding of Hancock / Death of Reynolds Winfield Scott Hancock (1824-1886), Union general / John Fulton Reynolds (1820-1863), Union general.  
4 1101 Maj. Genl. John Sedgwick U.S.A.    
4 1102 Winfield Scott Hancock.    
4 1103 Sheridan in 1863 Philip Henry Sheridan (1831-1888), Union general.  
4 1104 Rebel Redout and Rifle Trenches at Rappannock Station, Virginia, captured by the 6th Corps, Novr. 7th 1863. Bristoe Campaign, 9 October-9 November 1863. IFS, p. 177
4 1105 Fredericksburg to Petersburg, Va. [Map]    
4 1107 Major-General Francis P. Blair, Jr. (From a photograph by Brady) Francis Preston Blair, Jr. (1821-1875), Union general.  
4 1108 Head Qurs. Department of Washington, Genl. S. P. Heintzelman    
4 1110 Kelly's Mill, Kelly's Ford, Rappahannock River, Va. Battle of Rappahannock Bridge and Kelly's Ford, 7 November 1863, part of the Bristoe Campaign, 9 October-9 November 1863. EOS, p. 138; IFS, p. 176