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Part 1: April 1861–March 1862

A Guide to the Robert Knox Sneden Scrapbook
Scrapbook Inventory (Part 1: April 1861–March 1862) 
Collection Number 1994.80.1–87

The scrapbook inventory has been arbitrarily divided into separate parts with titles reflecting the major subject(s) covered. In some cases, however, images or text pertaining to specific battles or sites may be located on pages not corresponding to strict chronological arrangement. Researchers should search each part of the inventory for their subject of interest. Some accession numbers are intentionally left off of the chart because they represent blank pages.

List of Illustrations

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

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

Accession Number Image Title or Text Description Publications*
1994.80.4 Battles in Which the 40th Regt. Fought. List of battles and engagements the 40th New York Infantry took part in during the Civil War  
1994.80.5   Brief history of the 40th New York. Includes names of the original company officers.  
1994.80.5.A The Line Officers Were Text only  
1994.80.5.B The Regiment was mustered out of the U. S. Service Text only  
1994.80.6      
1994.80.6.A Mozart Association, 40th N.Y. Volunteers, N.Y. Battalion. Clip art; Sketch of the Gettysburg battlefield monument dedicated to the 40th New York.  
1994.80.6.B H. B. Claflin Post 578. Clip art; photographic reproduction of the May 30, 1901 reunion of the 40th New York.  
1994.80.7      
1994.80.7.A Mozart Veteran Association, 40th New York Volunteers. Clip art; Sketch of the Gettysburg battlefield monument dedicated to the 40th New York  
1994.80.7.B   Clip art; Sketch of a rifle and a U.S. Army knapsack  
1994.80.8 [Red star] Clip art; Printed sketch of a star.  
1994.80.8 detail [Red star] Clip art; Printed sketch of a star.  
1994.80.11      
1994.80.11.A [American flag] Printed sketch of an American flag  
1994.80.11.B [Crest bearing the U.S. Army corps badges] Crest, drawn by Sneden, containing seven of the corps badges in the U.S. Army of the Potomac  
1994.80.11.C Roster Printed roster of the 40th New York, includes last names from Newell to Walter  
1994.80.11.D The Boys In Blue Clip art; Sketch of 1885 medal worn by Union veterans.  
1994.80.13      
1994.80.13.A Reorganization of The Army of the Potomac. May 1864. Chart of the U.S. Army of the Potomac as of May 1864 showing the reorganization of the II, V, and VI Corps.  
1994.80.13.B Adjutant of the 40th N.Y. Regiment U.S. Vols. Newspaper clipping, December 1900, containing the obituary of William Henry Gilder (1838-1900), who served as adjutant of the 40th New York  
1994.80.14      
1994.80.15      
1994.80.15.A Badge of the Army of the Cumberland, 1863 Sketch of the 1863 badge worn by members of the U.S. Army of the Cumberland  
1994.80.15.B Flags of Corps Sketch of the corps and division-level flags of the U.S. Army of the Potomac used during the 1862 Peninsular Campaign  
1994.80.15.C July 4th 1894 Newspaper clipping, 1894, concerning Sneden's celebration of the 4th of July by flying several Union Army flags  
1994.80.15.D Some of the Pensioners in 1897 of the 40th N.Y. Vols. Printed list of members of the 40th New York who were receiving army pensions in 1897  
1994.80.15.E Rankin Post No. 70, Brooklyn, N.Y., AD 1872. Printed sketch of the 1872 medal of the Rankin Post No. 70 of Union Army veterans.  
1994.80.16      
1994.80.16 detail A General's Premonition. Printed article concerning the death of Gen. Hiram Gregory Berry (1824-1863) at the Battle of Chancellorsville.  
1994.80.17      
1994.80.17.A The Burning of Norfolk Navy Yard Printed sketch of the Union evacuation and burning of the Gosport Navy Yard near Norfolk, Va., on 20 April 1861.  
1994.80.17.B April 1861. Brief account of the evacuation, written by Sneden.  
1994.80.19 The President of the Southern Confederacy. Printed sketch of Jefferson Davis (1808-1889), president of the Confederate States of America.  
1994.80.20 The President of the United States. Printed sketch of Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865), president of the United States.  
1994.80.21 Jefferson Davis. President of the Confederacy. Photograph of Jefferson Davis.  
1994.80.22 Lincoln in 1864. Age 55. Photograph of Abraham Lincoln, taken by Matthew Brady in 1864.  
1994.80.23      
1994.80.23.A The Alabama River. Near Montgomery, Alabama. AD 1861. Sketch, by Sneden, of vessels on the Alabama River in 1861.  
1994.80.23.B The Rebel Cabinet. Printed portraits of the following members of the Confederate cabinet: Stephen Russell Mallory (1813-1873), Leroy Pope Walker (1817-1884), John Henninger Reagan (1818-1905), Judah Philip Benjamin (1811-1884), Christopher Gustavus Memminger (1803-1888), Robert Mercer Taliaferro Hunter (1809-1887), Robert Augustus Toombs (1810-1885).  
1994.80.24 Our National Dime Museum. Printed 1897 cartoon concerning the rising costs of pensions for Union Army veterans.  
1994.80.25      
1994.80.25.A [American flag] Sketch, by Sneden, of the American flag.  
1994.80.25.B List of The Battles and Sieges During The War. List of the major battles and sieges of the Civil War, compiled by Sneden.  
1994.80.26      
1994.80.27      
1994.80.27.A Sunken Hulks To Prevent Entrance Of Vessels To Southern Harbors. Printed sketch of sunken vessels used by Confederates as obstructions against approaching Union ships.  
1994.80.27.B Hawkins' Zouaves. Photographs of the commanding officers of 9th New York Infantry Regiment (known as "Hawkins' Zouaves): Rush Christopher Hawkins (1831-1920), Edgar A. Kimball (1821-1863), and George F. Betts (b. 1827).  
1994.80.27.C Battle of Rich Mountain, The Federals Commanded By Gen. W. S. Rosecranz, The Confederates By Gen. John Pegram. Printed sketch of the fighting at the Battle of Rich Mountain, Va. [now W.Va.] on 11 July 1861.  
1994.80.28      
1994.80.28.A J. E. Johnston Sketched portrait of Joseph Eggleston Johnston (1807-1891), Confederate general.  
1994.80.28.B Ruins of Stone Bridge, Bull Run. Printed sketch of the ruins of the Stone Bridge on the Warrenton Turnpike after the 1st Battle of Bull Run.  
1994.80.28.C Bombardment of Fort Hatteras By Commodore Stringham's Fleet. Printed sketch of the Union bombardment of Fort Hatteras, N.C., on 29 August 1861.  
1994.80.29      
1994.80.29.A "Union Mills" Virginia on Bull Run. Octr. 15, 1863. Sketch, by Sneden, of the sawmill known as Union Mills on Bull Run.  
1994.80.29.B Plan of First Battle of Bull Run Virginia. July 21st 1861. [map] 1st Battle of Bull Run, Va., 21 July 1861. Includes Sneden's notes concerning Union and Confederate casualties at 1st Bull Run.  
1994.80.30 Map of The Lower Potomac River Va. from Alexandria to below the Occoquan. Map, drawn by Sneden, showing a portion of Fairfax County, Va., along the Potomac River.  
1994.80.31      
1994.80.31.A Aldie Gap in The Blue Ridge Mountains, Va. The Head Quarters of Mosby's Guerillas. Printed sketch of Aldie, Va.  
1994.80.31.B Map of 1st and 2nd Bull Run Battles. Printed map, with annotations by Sneden, of the 1st and 2nd battles of Bull Run, Va.  
1994.80.32      
1994.80.32.A Mill and Hotel. Sudley Springs. Virginia. Sketch of a site associated with the 1st Battle of Bull Run, 21 July 1861.  
1994.80.32.B View of The Matthews House. Bull Run. Virginia. Sketch of a site associated with the 1st Battle of Bull Run, 21 July 1861.  
1994.80.32.C Deserted Rebel Earthworks at Manassas Virginia. August 1862. Sketch of a site associated with the 1st Battle of Bull Run, 21 July 1861.  
1994.80.33      
1994.80.33.A The Stone Church at Centreville, Virginia. Sketch of a site associated with the 1st Bull Run Campaign.  
1994.80.33.B Cub Run. ruins of Bridge below Centreville, Virginia. Sketch of a site associated with the 1st Bull Run Campaign.  
1994.80.33.C The Sudley Springs Road from slope of The Henry House Hill. Sketch of a site associated with the 1st Bull Run Campaign.  
1994.80.34      
1994.80.34.A The Stone Bridge across Bull Run Va. July 1861. Sketch of the Stone Bridge, a prominent feature on the 1st Bull Run battlefield.  
1994.80.34.B Thorburn's House. Sketch of a house on part of the 2nd Bull Run battlefield.  
1994.80.34.C Ruins of Stone Bridge over Bull Run, Virginia. Sketch of the Stone Bridge as it appeared after the 2nd Battle of Bull Run, 29-30 August 1862.  
1994.80.35      
1994.80.35.A Rebel Barracks at Centreville, Va. 1862. Photograph of Confederate log huts near Centreville, Va., in early 1862.  
1994.80.35.B Rebel log houses and Fortifications. Manassas, Va. Photograph of Confederate log huts near Centreville, Va., in early 1862.  
1994.80.35.C Sudley Springs Ford. Sudley Church and Ruins of Sudley Sulphur Springs House. Sketch, by Sneden, of the Sudley Springs Ford on the 1st Bull Run battlefield.  
1994.80.35.D Confederate Barracks at Centreville After Evacuation, March, 1862. Printed sketch showing Confederate log huts near Centreville, Va., in March 1862.  
1994.80.36      
1994.80.36.A The Bull Run. Photograph of Bull Run.  
1994.80.36.B Mississippians Passing in Review Before General Beauregard and Staff. Printed sketch of Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard (1818-1893) reviewing Confederate troops.  
1994.80.37 Confederate Fortifications at Manassas. Five printed photographs showing Confederate fortifications at Manassas, Va., in 1862.  
1994.80.37.A      
1994.80.37.B Confederate Fortifications at Manassas. Five printed photographs showing Confederate fortifications at Manassas, Va., in 1862.  
1994.80.38      
1994.80.38.A U.S. Fort Pickens. Pensacola Harbor. Sketch, by Sneden, of Fort Pickens, a U.S. fort in Pensacola Harbor, Fla. Includes text, written by Sneden, concerning Fort Pickens during the war.  
1994.80.38.B Brigadier-General A. J. Slemmer. Printed photograph of Adam J. Slemmer, Union commander of Fort Pickens.  
1994.80.38.C Fort Pickens. [map] Printed map of Pensacola Bay, Fla., showing the location of Fort Pickens (annotated by Sneden).  
1994.80.38.D Colonel "Billy" Wilson. Printed photograph of William Wilson (1822?-1864), commander of the 6th New York Infantry Regiment.  
1994.80.39      
1994.80.39.A Burnside's Expedition Off Fortress Monroe. Printed sketch of U.S. Naval vessels bearing Union soldiers, under the command of Ambrose Everett Burnside (1824-1881), to the coast of North Carolina to take part in Burnside's Expedition of February-July 1862.  
1994.80.39.B Battle of Cross Keys, June 8, 1862. Printed sketch of the Battle of Cross Keys, Va., 8 June 1862. One of the last battles in "Stonewall" Jackson's 1862 Shenandoah Valley Campaign.  
1994.80.40 Battle of Cross Keys -- Opening of the Fight. Printed sketch of the Battle of Cross Keys, Va., 8 June 1862. One of the last battles in "Stonewall" Jackson's 1862 Shenandoah Valley Campaign.  
1994.80.40.A      
1994.80.40.B Battle of Cross Keys -- Opening of the Fight. Printed sketch of the Battle of Cross Keys, Va., 8 June 1862. One of the last battles in "Stonewall" Jackson's 1862 Shenandoah Valley Campaign.  
1994.80.41 Correct account of The Baltimore Mob Attack. Newspaper article concerning the Baltimore Riot of 19 April 1861 in which pro-secession citizens attacked the 6th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment as it marched through town on its way to Washington, D.C.  
1994.80.42 Report of 18 Regiments of Massachusetts Volunteers. U.S. Army. List of 18 nine-month volunteer regiments from Massachusetts that served from April-June 1861.  
1994.80.43      
1994.80.43.A Edward's Ferry on Upper Potomac near Ball's Bluff Va. Sketch of Edward's Ferry, Va., where troops under General Charles Pomeroy Stone (1824-1887) crossed during the Battle of Ball's Bluff, 21 October 1861.  
1994.80.43.B Mob Riot At Baltimore Md. Printed sketch of the Baltimore Riot of 19 April 1861 in which pro-secession citizens attacked the 6th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment as it marched through town on its way to Washington, D.C.  
1994.80.44 Topographical Map of Washington, D.C. and Vicinity. Showing The Union Forts and Defences built 1861-3. Printed map of Washington, D.C., and Fairfax County, Va. Bears Sneden's annotations.  
1994.80.45      
1994.80.45.A Blockhouse Aqueduct Bridge near Fort Haggerty on the Virginia side.    
1994.80.45.B Falls Church Va. Sketch of Falls Church in Fairfax County, Va.  
1994.80.45.C A Negro Cabin in Virginia. Sketch of a log cabin in Virginia.  
1994.80.45.D Fort Lyon at Alexandria, Virginia. Sketch of Fort Lyon, one of the Virginia forts that surrounded Washington, D.C.  
1994.80.45.E Genl. Nathaniel Lyon. Printed sketched portrait of Nathaniel Lyon (1818-1861), Union general killed at the Battle of Wilson's Creek (or Mill Springs), 10 August 1861.  
1994.80.46      
1994.80.46.A View of Fortress Munroe. Hampton Roads Va. Sketch of Fort Monroe, Union fort located at Hampton, Va., on the tip of the Virginia Peninsula.  
1994.80.46.B The Rebel Ran Merrimac. Sketch of the ironclad "Merrimac" (redesigned and renamed "Virginia" by the Confederates).  
1994.80.46.C Fight Between The "Monitor" And The "Merrimack" In Hampton Roads, 1862. Printed sketch of the Battle of Hampton Roads, Va., 8 March 1862.  
1994.80.46.D Plan of Fortress Munroe Virginia March 6th 1862. [map]    
1994.80.46.E The Army of the Potomac during April 1862 was Organized into 6 Corps. Table showing the six corps of the U.S. Army of the Potomac, including names of their commanders.  
1994.80.46.F Monitor's Hero Is Dead. Newspaper article concerning the death of John Lorimer Worden (1818-1897), Union naval officer who commanded the U.S.S. "Monitor" at the Battle of Hampton Roads, Va., 8 March 1862.  
1994.80.46.G Old "Poynt Comfort." Newspaper article concerning Old Point Comfort, Va., the land upon which Fort Monroe was constructed.  
1994.80.47      
1994.80.47.A Burning of Norfolk Navy Yard by the Confederates. Printed sketch of the destruction of the Gosport Navy Yard at Norfolk, Va., by retreating Federals on 20 April 1861.  
1994.80.47.B Monitors and Gunboats on James River, Va. Five printed photographs of Union vessels on the James River in 1862.  
1994.80.48      
1994.80.48.A Battle of "Monitor" and "Merrimac," Hampton Roads Va. Printed sketch of the Battle of Hampton Roads, Va., 8 March 1862.  
1994.80.48.B Engagement Between The Merrimac (or Virginia) And Monitor in Hampton Roads. Printed sketch of the Battle of Hampton Roads, Va., 8 March 1862.  
1994.80.49 Admiral John L. Worden. Printed sketched portrait of John Lorimer Worden, commanding officer of the U.S.S. "Monitor" at the Battle of Hampton Roads, 8 March 1862.  
1994.80.49 (detail) Admiral John L. Worden. Printed sketched portrait of John Lorimer Worden, commanding officer of the U.S.S. "Monitor" at the Battle of Hampton Roads, 8 March 1862.  
1994.80.51      
1994.80.51.A Major-General John E. Wool. Printed sketched portrait of John Ellis Wool (1789-1869), Union general and wartime commander of Fort Monroe.  
1994.80.51.B Benj, F. Butler Printed sketched portrait of Benjamin Franklin Butler (1818-1893), Union general and politician.  
1994.80.51.C Commodore Josiah Tatnall, C.S.N. Printed sketched portrait of Josiah Tattnall (1795-1871), Confederate naval officer and commander of the C.S.S. "Virginia" after the Battle of Hampton Roads, Va.  
1994.80.51.D Plan of Fortress Munroe Va. 1862. [map] Map of Fort Monroe. Includes notes by Sneden concerning the fort's design and construction.  
1994.80.52 Mule Train Crossing Brook. Printed photograph.  
1994.80.53      
1994.80.53.A Pontoon Bridge Between Georgetown and Analosta Island. Printed photograph of a Union pontoon bridge.  
1994.80.53.B Great Falls, Potomac River. Printed photograph.  
1994.80.55 Second Battle Field At Bull Run. [map] 2nd Battle of Bull Run, 29-30 August 1862.  
1994.80.56      
1994.80.56.A Budd's Ferry. Lower Potomac River. Sketch of the site of a ferry on the Potomac River where Confederates sent and received mail across the river.  
1994.80.56.B The Rebel Battery at Evansport. Lower Potomac. Sketch of Confederate battery evacuated in March 1862.  
1994.80.56.C The Shippen Point Battery. Lower Potomac. Sketch of Confederate battery evacuated in March 1862.  
1994.80.57      
1994.80.57.A The Union Batteries Shelling Rebel Works. [map] Map of Union batteries on the Maryland side of the lower Potomac shelling Confederate batteries in Virginia.  
1994.80.57.B Christ Church. Alexandria Va. Sketch of Christ Church in Alexandria, Va., built 1767-1773.  
1994.80.57.C Railroad Battery for the Protection of Workmen on the B. & O. Railroad. Printed sketch.  
1994.80.58      
1994.80.58.A Geo. B. McClellan. Printed sketched portrait of George Brinton McClellan (1826-1885), Union general and commander of the U.S. Army of the Potomac.  
1994.80.58.B President Lincoln and Gen. McClellan in McClellan's Tent. Printed photograph, by Matthew Brady, of Abraham Lincoln's visit to George B. McClellan after the Battle of Antietam.  
1994.80.59   blank page    
1994.80.60      
1994.80.60.A Punishment Drill in Camp. Printed sketch showing different forms of punishment imposed on Union soldiers.  
1994.80.60.B John Cabin Bridge over the Potomac River. Printed sketch of one of several bridges spanning the Potomac River.  
1994.80.61      
1994.80.61.A Southern Negroes Escaping To The Union Lines. Printed sketch.  
1994.80.61.B Battle of Dranesville Va. Decr. 20th 1861. [map]    
1994.80.61.C Map of Mount Vernon, Virginia and Vicinity. Map the area in Fairfax County, Va., surrounding the Mount Vernon estate.  
1994.80.61.D View of Fort Lyon. Alexandria to Fort Ellsworth, Va., from rear of Camp of the 40th N. York Regt. October 1861. Sketch of Union fortifications near Alexandria, Va.  
1994.80.62      
1994.80.62.A A deserted Picket Post near Pohick Church, Va. Jany. 30th 1862.    
1994.80.62.B Maj. Gen. Hooker's Forces Shelling The Rebel Fort At Cockpit Point. Lower Potomac. Sketch of Union batteries shelling Confederate fortifications along the lower Potomac River in December 1861.  
1994.80.62.C View of Mount Vernon. Virginia. Printed sketch of Mount Vernon, former Fairfax County, Va., home of George Washington.  
1994.80.63      
1994.80.63.A Hand-lettered title for page: Mount Vernon    
1994.80.63.B View of The Mansion at Mount Vernon, Virginia.    
1994.80.63.C The Fort was opposite Mt. Vernon. Lower Potomac. Sketch of Fort Washington, one of the Union forts in Northern Virginia.  
1994.80.63.D The Lantern. Printed sketch of the glass lantern in the front hallway at Mount Vernon.   
1994.80.63.E Room In Which Washington Died. Printed sketch of George Washington's bedroom in Mount Vernon.  
1994.80.63.F Key of the Bastille. Printed sketch of the key to the Bastille in the front hallway at Mount Vernon.  
1994.80.63.G Ruins of Old Gate Lodges back of Mt. Vernon Estate. Octr. 1861.    
1994.80.64      
1994.80.64.A Long Bridge, Washington. Printed photograph.  
1994.80.64.B Army Winter Quarters. Printed photograph.  
1994.80.64.C Fauquier Sulphur Springs Hotel. Printed photograph.  
1994.80.65 Washington's Home, Mount Vernon, Virginia. Printed sketch of Mount Vernon.  
1994.80.65 (detail) Washington's Home, Mount Vernon, Virginia. Printed sketch of Mount Vernon.  
1994.80.66      
1994.80.66.A The Sutler's Tent. Printed photograph of a sutler's tent.  
1994.80.66.B Reconnoitering Between Alexandria, Va., and Fairfax Court House. Printed sketch of Union soldiers scouting on horseback.  
1994.80.66.C Battle of Wilson's Creek. Printed sketch of fighting at the Battle of Wilson's Creek, 10 August 1861.  
1994.80.67      
1994.80.67.A Edsall's Hill. Sketch of a picket post of the 40th New York Infantry in Northern Virginia.  
1994.80.67.B Picket Post of the 40th NY Regt. at Stout's Farm, Virginia. Octr. to March 1862.    
1994.80.67.C "Olivet Chapel" Old Fairfax Road Va. Sketch of a picket post of the 40th New York Infantry in Northern Virginia.  
1994.80.68      
1994.80.68.A Fort Ramsey at Upton's Hill, Virginia. March 2nd 1862.    
1994.80.68.B The Redoubt built by 40th Regt. and Mount Everon Virginia. Leesburg Turnpike.    
1994.80.68.C Plan of the Redoubt and Rifle Pits Enfilading the Leesburg and Fairfax Turnpikes 2 miles from Alexandria, Virginia. [map]    
1994.80.69      
1994.80.69.A Pontoon Bridge. Printed sketch of a pontoon bridge.  
1994.80.69.B The Telegraph Road near Encampment of the 40th NY Regt. showing the Redoubt and Mt. Everon.    
1994.80.69.C Pontoon Boat Ready for the March. Printed photograph of a pontoon boat.  
1994.80.70      
1994.80.70.A The Village of Accotinck below Alexandria Virginia from the Pohick Road.    
1994.80.70.B View of "The Octagon House" on the Leesburg Turnpike Virginia.    
1994.80.70.C A Federal Gunboat. Printed sketch of a Union gunboat on the Mississippi River.  
1994.80.71   blank page    
1994.80.72 View of "Fort Lyon" on Eagle Hill above Alexandria Virginia.    
1994.80.73      
1994.80.73.A The Capitol. Washington, D.C. Printed sketch of the U.S. Capitol.  
1994.80.73.B Contours of Union Forts on South Shore of Potomac. 1862. Sketch of Union forts in Northern Virginia.  
1994.80.74      
1994.80.74.A Washington, From The Dome Of The Capitol. Printed sketch of wartime Washington, D.C.  
1994.80.74.B Union Forts On Maryland Shore. Sketch of Union forts on the Maryland portion of the Eastern Shore.  
1994.80.78   The Attack On Fort Darling, In The James River, By Commander Rogers Gun-Boat Flotilla, "Galena," and "Monitor," Etc. Printed sketch of the naval Battle of Drewry's Bluff, Va., 15 May 1862. Includes Sneden's brief description of the battle.  
1994.80.81        
1994.80.81.A   Questioning the Rebel prisoners. Printed sketch.  
1994.80.81.B   Fort Darling, Virginia. Sketch of Confederate Fort Darling, located on Drewry's Bluff on the James River. Site of a naval battle on 15 May 1862 and a land battle on 12 May 1864.  
1994.80.82   blank page    
1994.80.83        
1994.80.83.A   Flour Mill at Yonkers Hudson River N.Y. Sketch of a flour mill at Yonkers, N.Y., where the 40th New York Infantry was quartered April-May 1861.  
1994.80.83.B   Conrad's Ferry. Upper Potomac River. Sketch of the site on the Potomac River where Union troops under Colonel Edward Dickinson Baker (1811-1861) crossed before the Battle of Ball's Bluff, Va., 21 October 1861.  
1994.80.83.C   Troops fording Bull Run, Va. Printed sketch.  
1994.80.84        
1994.80.84.A   Camp of the 40th NY or Mozart Regt. - Leesburg Turnpike Va. - 1862.    
1994.80.84.B   Residence of Commodore French Forrest CSN. Sketch of the Alexandria, Va., home of French Forrest (1796-1866), Confederate naval officer. The property was used as a picket post by the 40th New York.  
1994.80.84.C   Pohick Church Va. below Alexandria. Text  
1994.80.84.D   Pohick Church Sketch of church used as a Union picket post.  
1994.80.87        
1994.80.87.A   Main Picket Post of the 40th NY Vols at Mrs. Scott's House near the Leesburg Turnpike Virginia.    
1994.80.87.B   Brig. Genl. Saml. P. Heintzelman USA. Printed sketched portrait of Samuel Peter Heintzelman (1805-1880), Union general and commander of the III Corps of the U.S. Army of the Potomac.  
1994.80.87.C   Flags used by the Army of the Potomac to designate Corps Headquarters - Divisions and Brigades as per Order No. 12.    

 


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