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Volume 6, 1864 September 1–1865 May

A Guide to the Robert Knox Sneden Diary
Volume 6, 1864 September 1–1865 May
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Volume 6 of Sneden's diary covers the period of the Civil War from Sneden's departure from Andersonville Prison in September 1864 to the grand reviews of the U.S. armies in Washington, D.C., in late May 1865.

The period 1864 September 1–November 23 (pp. 1–163) concerns Sneden's departure from Andersonville Prison, his journey to Savannah, Ga., and his descriptions of the prison pen at Savannah and of Camp Lawton Prison at Millen, Ga.

The period 1864 November 24–1865 January 30 (pp. 164–309) concerns description of Savannah, the battle of Honey Hill, S.C., descriptions of Charleston, S.C., Sneden's prisoner exchange at Charleston, his journey by sea from Charleston to Annapolis, Md., and subsequent return to New York City. Also, includes a record of the Confederate prisons that Sneden inhabited during the war.

The period 1864 July–1865 April (pp. 310–439) concerns the capture of Fort Fisher, Wilmington, N.C., the Petersburg Campaign, the battle of Five Forks, the fall of Richmond and Petersburg, Va., and the Appomattox Campaign (including the battle of Cumberland Church). Also, includes statistical analysis by Sneden of Union prisoners of war, deserters, and battle casualties.

The period 1864 May–1865 April (pp. 440–561) concerns the surrender of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia at Appomattox Court House, Va., William T. Sherman's March to the Sea in December 1864, the battle of Spotsylvania Court House, Va., and the 1864 Shenandoah Valley Campaign (including the battles of Third Winchester, Fisher's Hill, and Cedar Creek).

Pages 562–660 concern the battle of Spotsylvania Court House, Confederate raids in Kentucky and Ohio in 1862 and 1863 led by John Hunt Morgan, the capture of Mobile, Ala., in July 1864, and the grand reviews of the Union armies in Washington in May 1865. Also, includes Civil War casualty statistics compiled by Sneden.

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*
6 1 Vol. 6. Army Diary of the War of the Rebellion. By R. K. Sneden 40th N.Y. Vols. (Mozart Regt.) and Topographical Engineer of 3rd Army Corps A.P. Title page.  
6 2 1864.5. Contents of the Volume. Table of contents.  
6 3 Escaping from Prison    
6 6 Residence of Jefferson Davis, Montgomery, Ala., 1861    
6 7 Surrender of Fort Macon. Lowering the Confederate flag.    
6 8 Mozart Regiment Veteran Association Monument ... Battlefield of Gettysburg.    
6 9 Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor, S.C., from U.S. transport "Varuna," Decr. 11th, 1864.    
6 10 Andersonville. 12,946 Dead! Chapter title page. Illustrated with figures of two classically-dressed women on a pedestal. Refers to Andersonville Prison, Ga., where Sneden was imprisoned in 1864.  
6 11 "Yeaman's Hall," Goose Creek near Charleston, S.C. Built by Sir John Yeamans A.D. 1670.    
6 12 Residence of Landgrave Thomas Smith on Buck River Plantation. 15 miles from Charleston .... 1678.    
6 13 Tombstone at St. Jame's Church, Goose Creek, near Charleston. Thomas Smith, Esq. d. 1694.  
6 14 [Plan of Andersonville Prison, Georgia, 1864]    
6 15 John W. January, Corporal, Co. B. Fourth Illinois. Returned prisoner of war at the U.S. Marine Hospital, Annapolis, Md., 1864    
6 17 Mud Hovel in the Swamp, Andersonville Prison Andersonville Prison, Ga.  
6 18 Rebel Prison at Savannah, Georgia.... Sketched Octr. 1864   IFS, p. 220
6 19 Rebel Mode of Capturing Escaped Prisoners Shows guards on horseback and hunting dogs chasing escapees.  
6 20 The South Gate of Andersonville Prison. From the outside. Andersonville Prison, Ga.  
6 21 [Map of South Carolina, Georiga, Alabama, and Tennessee] Shows southern border of South Carolina, norther border of Georgia, and eastern borders of Alabama and Tennessee, with railroads, towns, forts and land forms indicated.  
6 22 Demon of Andersonville, Capt. Wirz, C.S.A. Henry Wirz (d. 1865), Confederate officer, Commandant of "Camp Sumter," or Andersonville Prison, Ga.  
6 23 Rebels with Bloodhounds Recapturing a Union Prisoner of War    
6 24 Andersonville Prison. Georgia. September 1st - 1864. Chapter title page.  
6 25 Maj.- Gen. Wm T. Sherman in 1889 [1899?] William Tecumseh Sherman (1820-1891), Union general.  
6 63 The key to Andersonville Prison    
6 88 Gunboats at the Entrance of the Savannah River Savannah Campaign, 15 November-21 December 1864. Also known as Sherman's March to the Sea.  
6 89 Plan of The Rebel Prison Pen at Savannah, Georgia, September 1864   IFS, p. 222
6 102 Map of the Siege and Investment of Savannah, Georgia, 5th to 20th Decr. 1864 Savannah Campaign, 15 November-21 December 1864.  
6 106 The Rebel Defences [sic] of Savannah, Georgia, Novr. 1864. Savannah Campaign, 15 November-21 December 1864. IFS, p. 229
6 107 [Map of Georgia] Shows railroad lines from Atlanta to Macon and Atlanta to Columbus, Ga., with notation "125 miles from Atlanta to Andersonville."  
6 124 Liberty! Illustration of a prisoner escaping through a tunnel.  
6 126 The Rebel Prison and Stockade at Millen, Georgia, from inside the Gate. November 1864. The prison at Millen, Ga., was known as "Camp Lawton." IFS, p. 224
6 127 Interior View on Main St., Millen Prison, Georgia. Showing brick Ovens and Deadline.   IFS, p. 227
6 133 View of "Camp Lawton" or Rebel Prison at Millen, Georgia.... Octr. 10, 1864.   EOS, p. 262; IFS, p. 225
6 136 Capitol at Milledgeville, Georgia.    
6 138 The Rebel Prison near Florence, S.C. ... Decr. 8th, 1864.   IFS, p. 236
6 139 "Camp Lawton" at Millen, Georgia.... Octr. 10th, 1864.   EOS, p. 269
6 142 View of the Rebel Prison at Millen, Georgia, from the Head Qurs of Genl. Winder, C.S.A. September 1864. John Henry Winder (1800-1865), Confederate provost marshal general, at this time in charge of all prisons in Alabama and Georgia. IFS, p. 226
6 143 Brick Ovens, built by Rebels, Millen Prison, Georgia. Shows R. K. Sneden's shanty, Rebel guard and deadline, Brick oven, and stockade. IFS, p. 227
6 170 Rebel Pass, used by R.K. Sneden while a Prisoner of War at Savannah, Geo.    
6 171 Broad-Street, Savannah, Georgia    
6 172 Pulaski House [Savannah, Ga.]    
6 173 Rebel Fort McAllister, Ogeechee River near Savannah, Geo. Captured .... 13th Decr. 1864. Savannah Campaign, 15 November-21 December 1864.  
6 174 Fort Pulaski, Savannah River, Georgia. Captured .... April 11th 1862.    
6 175 Gen. Hooker and Staff in Camp at the Foot of Lookout Mountain Joseph Hooker (1814-1879), Union general. Chattanooga Campaign, October-November 1863.  
6 194 Plan of The Battle at Honey Hill, South Carolina, November 30, 1864. Thwarted attempt by Union forces to secure a foothold at Grahamville, S.C., for Sherman's forces on approach to Savannah, Ga. IFS, p. 230
6 196 Map of Devaux Neck on Broad River, South Carolina.    
6 197 Plan of Action at Devaux Neck, South Carolina, December 9, 1864. Savannah Campaign, 15 November-21 December 1864.  
6 198 Map of Morris, Folly, Coles and James Island and Charleston Harbor, S.C., showing Union and Rebel forts and Batteries, 1863.    
6 199 Charleston in 1861.    
6 202 St. Michael's Church, Decr. 1864, Charleston, S.C., Shewing [sic] Rebel lookout on spire, and effect of Union shot.    
6 206 "Castle Pinckney," Charleston Harbor, S.C.    
6 207 Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor, S.C., December 11th, 1864.... Sketched on board U.S. Steamer "Varuna."    
6 208 The West Point Mills, Ashley River, Charleston S.C., from Wappo Creek. November 30th 1864.   IFS, p. 231
6 209 Genl. Braxton Bragg and Genl. Jno. B. Hood. Braxton Bragg (1819-1876), Confederate general; John Bell Hood (1831-1879), Confederate general.  
6 211 Charleston, S.C. Chapter title page.  
6 214 Fort Moultrie, Charleston Harbor, S.C. 1862.  
6 215 City of Charleston, S.C., from top of Mills House.    
6 216 Com. David D. Porter, Commanding Iron Clad Fleet in Charleston Harbor. David Dixon Porter (1813-1891), Union admiral.  
6 217 The Battery, Charleston, S.C. Charleston water front residential area.  
6 218 Rebel Defences [sic] of Charleston Harbor, S.C. December 11th 18[64].   IFS, p. 233
6 219 Ruins of Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor, S.C. ... Decr. 11th, 1864.   IFS, p. 232
6 221 Sketches made under fire from the roof of Roper Hospital, Charleston, S.C., while a prisoner of War, Decr. 1864 Shows rebel defenses of Charleston Harbor. IFS, p. 237
6 222 St. Michael's, Charleston, S.C.    
6 224 Charleston Jail and Workhouse, S.C., sketched from rear of Roper Hospital 10th Decr 1864.   IFS, p. 234
6 225 Spar Torpedo Launch used by the Rebels at Charleston Harbor.    
6 227 Old Post Office at Charleston, S.C.    
6 228 The Roper Hospital, Charleston, S.C. ... Decr. 1864.    
6 229 City of Charleston, S.C., from the top of Orphan Asylum. Photograph.  
6 230 View of St. Michael's Church, Charleston, S.C., Decr. 1st, 1864, showing effect of shelling by Union forces on Morris Island.   IFS, p. 234
6 231 Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor, S.C., rear and towards the City. Sketched on board Rebel Steamer while being Exchanged as a Prisoner of War, Decr. 11th, 1864.    
6 233 Broad Street, looking East towards the Post-Office, Charleston, S.C. Bombardment of Charleston, S.C., ... by the Swamp Angel Gun. The "Swamp Angel" was a 200-pounder Parrott Gun used by the Union forces to shell Charleston from Morris Island in August 1863. It had a range of 7,900 yards and shot incendiary shells. It did little damage to its intended target and blew up on the 36th round.  
6 234 General E.O.C. Ord U.S.A. Edward Otho Cresap Ord (1818-1883), Union general.  
6 235 Guns left by the Rebels at Fort Johnson, Charleston Harbor, S.C.    
6 250 Head Quarters of Genl. John H. Winder C.S.A. in the woods of Florence, South Carolina, Decr. 4th, 1864.   IFS, p. 235
6 251 View of the Gate of the Rebel Prison at Florence, South Carolina ... December 8th, 1864.   IFS, p. 235
6 274 Roman Catholic Cathedral of St. John and St. Finbar [Charleston, S.C.]    
6 275 The Circular Church and the South Carolina Institute, Charleston, S.C.    
6 276 The Harbor, Charleston, S.C.    
6 277 River Front Residences, Charleston, S.C.    
6 278 Rear AD. S.F. Dupont, Commanding U.S. Ship "Ironsides," Charleston Harbor Samuel Frances Du Pont (1803-1865), Union admiral.  
6 279 [Fort Sumter?] 1861    
6 280 Exchange of 10,000 Union Prisoners of War, Charleston Harbor, S.C., 11th & 12th Decr. 1864 Sneden was among those exchanged. EOS, p. 291; IFS, p. 238
6 281 U.S. Monitor fleet at anchor on Charleston Bar during a gale, December 14th, 1864.   IFS, p. 239
6 283 Blockade Runner ashore on Sullivans Island, Charleston, S.C.    
6 325 Union Losses in the Civil War. Newspaper article listing deaths in battle, from disease, and from other causes, by state.  
6 336 Benj. F. Butler U.S.A. Benjamin Franklin Butler (1818-1893), Union general.  
6 337 Dead Confederate Soldier who was killed during the storming of Petersburg on April 2, 1865.    
6 344 Fort Fisher near Wilmington, N.C., after its Capture. After the failure of Benjamin Butler's efforts to take Fort Fisher in December 1864, General Alfred Howe Terry ( 1827-1890) was ordered to take the fort by assualt or siege. Under his command, troops bombarded the fort on three sides, then assaulted the fort from two. The expedition left Virginia on 6 January and succeeded in taking the fort on 15 January 1865.  
6 345 Benjamin H. Porter, U.S.N., Killed at Fort Fisher    
6 346 The Powder Boat "Louisiana" used at Fort Fisher, N.C., 24th Decr. 1864. Butler used a powder ship near the fort in the hope that the explosion would destroy either the fort or its defenders.  
6 347 St. Philip's Church at Brunswick Cape Fear, NC, built about AD 1701    
6 348 Ft. Fisher shewing [sic] Union Attack, Jany. 15th, 1865.    
6 350 Siege of Petersburg, Va., March, 1865 [map].    
6 352 U.S. Grant Ulysses Simpson Grant (1822-1885).  
6 353 Logan's Division, M'Pherson's Corps storming Fort Hill after the Explosion of the Mine. 30 July 1864. The Union forces dug a tunnel under the Confederate line outside Petersburg and exploded it with black powder. While many Confederate soldiers were killed or wounded, Union troops who ventured into the crater were fired upon by Confederate artillery.  
6 358 Old Blandford Church, Petersburg, Virginia.    
6 359 Ruins of Genl. Lee's Head Quarter's outside Petersburg, Virginia. Robert Edward Lee (1807-1870), Confederate general.  
6 360 Position of Union and Rebel forces before Petersburg, Va. [map].    
6 369 Investment of Petersburg, Virginia, by Genl. Grant, 1865 [map] 2 April 1865.  
6 374 In the trenches, Petersburg [Va.]    
6 375 Watching at the Bedside of the Dying President on the night of April 15 and 15, 18[65] Death of Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865)  
6 376 U.S. Monitors below Howlett's House near Dutch Gap, James River, Va., with boom across River and Torpedo Grappler.    
6 377 A scene behind the defenses at Petersburg. A Confederate Soldier, as he fell in the final Struggle {photo by Gardiner).    
6 378 Plan of the Battle of Five Forks, Va., March 31st, 1865 and 1st April [map]    
6 382 Genl. Godfrey Weitzel, who commanded the Union forces in Richmond after its evacuation. Godfrey Weitzel (1835-1884), Union general.  
6 384 Battle of Five Forks, Va., 31st March and April 1st, 1865 [map]    
6 385 Lt. Genl. U. S. Grant Photograph.  
6 387 Ruins of Railroad Bridge at Richmond, burned by the Confederates. Burned during the evacuation of Richmond, 2 April 1865.  
6 394 Richmond, Virginia, at the close of the war, after it had been burned by the Confederates. View from the Potomac [sic] [James] River.    
6 396 Battlefield of Dinwiddie Courthouse, Va. [map] Battle of Five Forks, Va., 30 March-1 April 1865.  
6 397 Maj. Genl. Judson Kilpatrick, U.S.C. Photograph of Hugh Judson Kilpatrick (1836-1881), Union general and cavalry officer.  
6 399 Plan showing positions of Union and Rebel Armies, 8th and 9th April 1865. To the surrender of Lee [map]. Appomattox Campaign, 29 March-9 April 1865.  
6 400 [Battle of Cumberland Church, April 1865] [map] Appomattox Campaign, 29 March-9 April 1865.  
6 401 [Battle near Farmville, April 1865] [map] Appomattox Campaign, 29 March-9 April 1865.  
6 402 The Retreat of the Rebel Army and Battle of Cumberland Church, Virginia / Genl. William Mahone, C.S.A. Chapter title page with illustration of William Mahone (1826-1895), Confederate general.  
6 423 Plan of the Battle of Cumberland Church, Va. [map] Appomattox Campaign, 29 March-9 April 1865.  
6 432 Maj. Gen. Robert McAllister, U.S.A. Robert McAllister (d. 1891), Union general.  
6 433 A. A. Humphreys Andrew Atkinson Humphreys (1810-1883), Union general.  
6 434 General John A. Rawlins John Aaron Rawlins (1831-1869) Union general.  
6 436 U.S. Grant. April 1865. Photograph.  
6 437 Appomattox Court House, Virginia, April 1865 Appomattox Campaign, 29 March-9 April 1865. EOS, p. 303
6 438 Ruins of the Petersburg and Richmond R.R. Bridge across the James River, Richmond, Virginia. Burned by the Confederate Army during the evacuation of Richmond, 2 April 1865.  
6 439 H.W. Halleck, General-in-Chief of the United States Army Henry Wagner Halleck (1815-1872).  
6 440 The Surrender of Genl. Lee at Appomattox Court Hous, Va. / The Apple Tree at Appomattox Virginia. April 9th 1865. Chapter title page with photograph of R. E. Lee dated 1862.  
6 460 Fac-simile of Gen'l Grant's Dispatch announcing the Surrender of Genl. Lee.    
6 462 R. E. Lee    
6 464 Pursuit of the Rebel Army, April 6-8, 1865, and the Battle of Sailor's Creek, Va. [map] Fought 6 April 1865, as part of the Appomattox Campaign, 29 March-9 April 1865.  
6 465A Genl. James Harrison Wilson James Harrison Wilson (1837-1925), Union general.  
6 465B Battle of Cumberland Church, Va. Appomattox Campaign, 29 March-9 April 1865.  
6 466 General Robert E. Lee, C.S.A. Photograph, plus newspaper clipping, "The Last Act," describing the Confederate surrender of arms at Appomattox.  
6 468 Maj. Wilmer McLean's house, Appomattox Court House, Virginia Scene of Lee's surrender to Grant, 9 April 1865.  
6 469 Sherman's March from Atlanta to the Sea [map] Sherman's March to the Sea (15 November-21 December 1864) was an effort to destroy the South's resources and break the Confederacy in two.  
6 472 Maj. Gen. W. T. Sherman / Confederate Soldiers Surrendered at End of War / Gen. Braxton Bragg. Newspaper clippings.  
6 474 John Wilkes Booth, Actor John Wilkes Booth (1838-1865), pro-Southern actor who assassinated President Abraham Lincoln.  
6 476 Gideon Welles Secty. Navy Gideon Welles (1802-1878), Union Secretary of the Navy.  
6 477 General Lewis B. Parsons, Manager of Railroad and River Army Transportation. Lewis Baldwin Parsons (1818-1907), Union general.  
6 478 Abraham Lincoln and family, 1863 Photograph.  
6 480 A. Lincoln Decorative framing with black border signifying mourning.  
6 481 Jefferson Davis Jefferson Davis (1808-1889), Confederate president.  
6 482 Carroll Hall, Fortress Monroe, Virginia, where Jefferson Davis was confined most of the time while he was a prisoner. Hampton, Va.  
6 483 St. Paul's Church, where Jefferson Davis received the news of the evacuation of Richmond [Va.]. April 2, 1865.  
6 484 Last Portrait of President Lincoln, taken April 9, 1865. From a photograph by Alexander Gardiner.  
6 485 Putting Jefferson Davis in chains at Fortress Monroe, May 23, 1865. Following the fall of Richmond, Davis and his cabinet fled south and were captured at Irwinsville, Ga. Davis was imprisoned for two years at Fort Monroe, Hampton, Va.  
6 486 Shackling Jefferson Davis Newspaper clipping. Article by Jerome Titlow.  
6 487 [unidentified monument to Union and Confederate soldiers lost in the war]    
6 488 Confederate Soldiers Monument, Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Va.    
6 489 Playbill ["Our American Cousin"] on the night Lincoln was shot. Newspaper clipping that recreates the broadside playbill for the night Abraham Lincoln was shot.  
6 490 Laura Keene, the Actress who played in "Our American Cousin" at Ford's Theatre, Washington, when President Lincoln was shot. Photograph.  
6 491 Army Badges-1864 Newspaper clipping concerning , Grant's order to Genl. Sheridan to destroy and lay waste the Shenandoah Valley, Va., August 16th 1864; and illustrations of Army badges, 1864, for the VI, XIV, XVI, Cavalry, Artillery, Engineers, Sharpshooters, III Corps, and Signal Corps.  
6 492 Genl. Sheridan, 1864 Philip Henry Sheridan (1831-1888), Union general.  
6 493 Andrew Johnson, President of U.S., 1865 Andrew Johnson (1808-1875)  
6 503 [Map of the Shenandoah Valley Campaign, 1864] Shenandoah Valley Campaign, 7 August 1864-2 March 1865.  
6 508 Union Position and Plan of Battle [Cedar Creek, Va.] [map] Battle of Cedar Creek, Va., 19 October 1864, part of the Shenandoah Valley Campaign, 7 August 1864-2 March 1865.  
6 520 How The Monitor Went Down (1866) Newspaper clipping. The Monitor was lost in a gale off Cape Hattteras, N.C., 31 December 1862.  
6 522 Sprout's Spring Mill, Oppequan [sic] [Opequon] River, Virginia, Hospital of 6th Army Corps, during the Battle of Winchester, September 19th, 1864 3rd Battle of Winchester, part of the Shenandoah Valley Campaign, 7 August 1864-2 March 1865.  
6 523 Macomber's Ford, Opequan [sic] [Opequon] River near Martinsburg, Virginia, Octr. 1863    
6 525 The City Hall, New Orleans [La.]    
6 527 St. Louis Cathedral, New Orleans {La,]    
6 528 Map showing the Defenses of the Mississippi Below New Orleans, 26 April 1862 New Orleans, La., Campaign, 25 April 1862.  
6 530 Entrance to Fort St. Philip, Mississippi River, below New Orleans. Sketched 1880.    
6 531 Fort Jackson, Mississippi River, below New Orleans, in 1880.    
6 533 Farragut U.S.N. David Glasgow Farragut (1801-1870), Union admiral.  
6 534 The Rebel Works in front of Atlanta, Georgia.    
6 535 Genl. McPherson, U.S.A. James Birdseye McPherson (1828-1864).  
6 536 The "McCool House" within "the bloody angle," Battlefield of Spottsylvania [sic], Virginia, May, 1864,    
6 537 Epitaph on Base of Monument of Genl. John Sedgwick, U.S.A., erected at West Point, N.Y., 1875.    
6 554 Battle of Spottsylvania [ sic] Court House, Virginia, showing attack on the Salient Angle, May 12th [map]    
6 555 Geo. G. Meade, Maj. Genl., U.S.A. George Gordon Meade (1815-1872), Union general.  
6 564 Rebel Entrenchments, Battlefield of Spottsylvania [sic] C.H., 1865    
6 565 Spottsylvania [sic] Tavern near the Courthouse, Va.    
6 566 Spottsylvania Court House, Virginia, 1864    
6 567 Plan of Battle of Spottsylvania [sic] C.H., Va. [map]    
6 578 Raids of the Rebel Chief John Morgan, C.S.A. Chapter title page with illustration of John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864), Confederate general and raider  
6 583 Authentic Tabular Statement of the Losses in Union and Rebel Armies. Chapter title page.  
6 602 The Capture of Mobile, Alabama, August 1864. Chapter title page.  
6 604 Fort Morgan, Entrance to Mobile Bay, Alabama, Genl. Page, C.S.A. Commander. Richard Lucian Page (1807-1901), Confederate general in command of the outer defenses of Mobile Bay.  
6 605 View of Fort Gaines, Dauphin Island, Mobile Bay, Alabama, 1864.    
6 606 The Capture of Mobile, Alabama / Lighthouse, Mobile Point, after the Battle. Chapter title page with illustration of the lighthouse on Mobile Point.  
6 611 Map Showing Entrance to Mobile Bay and course taken by Union fleet.    
6 618 Gen. Lew Wallace (1899) Lewis Wallace (1827-1905), Union general, president of the court-martial that convicted Henry Wirz, the commandant of Andersonville Prison, Ga.  
6 620 Rebel Defences [sic] of Mobile shewing [sic] Union attack April 2rd-9th 1865 on Spanish Fort [map].    
6 632 Last March of Army of U.S., The Grand Review at Washington, 1865    
6 633 J.W. Lennox, 88th N.Y. Vols. Photograph of a returned prisoner of war, Camp Parole, Annapolis, Md., December 1864.  
6 636 Richmond at the Close of the War    
6 638 Finis. Compiled at Greenwich, Conn. A.D. 1881-3 and at Monsey, Rockland Co., N. York, 1890-91-3-8 to 1903.    
6 639 Calvin Bates (Union Prisoner of War), Corporal Co. E, Twentieth Maine. These and other "returned prisoner"pictures are based on photographs taken at the U.S. Marine Hospital located at the Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md., December 1864 and January 1865.  
6 640 Gen'l Grant in 1880    
6 641 The Political Andersonville Anti-Radical Republican political cartoon.  
6 642 Survivors of The Civil War Newspaper clipping, May 1897, containing statistical analysis of the rate of death among Union army veterans.  
6 643 One of the Defenders at Fort Hancock (New York Harbor, 1897)    
6 644 [Obituary of Elias M. Greene, a veteran of two wars, 8 December 1899].    
6 645 Fort Hill, Johnson's Island, Sandusky, 1865 (Lake Erie) ... Used as a depot for rebel prisoners during the Civil War.    
6 648 John H. Matthews (Returned Prisoner of War) Corporal, Company F, 4th Pennsylvania.  
6 649 Calvin Bates (Returned Prisoner of War)    
6 650 Benjamin T. Daugherty (Prisoner of War)    
6 651 Annapolis, Maryland, 1864, "Camp Parole" Includes State House, U.S. Naval Academy, Battery, and Naval Wharf. EOS, p. 294; IFS, p. 240
6 652 Officer's Quarters, U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, 1865 Photography.  
6 653 Barracks, U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland, 1865 Used for Hospital for Union officers and for the returned prisoners of war at Camp Parole, 1865.  
6 654 Confederate Prisoners at Fort Douglas, Chicago, 1864. "Camp Douglas"    
6 655 Badge of the Union Prisoners of War Association of New York City, 1866 Motto: "We forgive buy never forget." Illustration of Eagle perched between crossed rifles with interior emblem of man being attacked by dog and "Death before Dishonor."  
6 656 Tomb of General Grant, New York City.    
6 657 The White House, Washington [D.C.]    
6 658 Statue of John A. Logan in Chicago [ Ill.]    
6 660 U.S. Steamer "Varuna" with 600 Exchanged Prisoners of War off Cape Hatteras homeward bound. 12th December 1864.   EOS, p. 293; IFS, p. 239