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Part 4: Second Bull Run - the Antietam Campaign pp. 188-239

A Guide to the Robert Knox Sneden Scrapbook
Scrapbook Inventory (Part 4: Second Bull Run - the Antietam Campaign pp. 188-239)
Collection Number 1994.80.188-239

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).

Page Type Title or Text Description
188 print Battlefield of Manassas. Printed photographs.
188 print Views in Warrenton, Va. Printed photographs of Warrenton, Va.
189 plate Blackburn's Ford on Bull Run, Virginia. Nov. 1862.  
191 plate Ruins of Stone Bridge across Bull Run, Virginia after 2nd Battle August 1862. 2nd Battle of Bull Run, 29-30 August 1862.
191 print "On To Richmond!" - The Peninsular Campaign, 1862. Printed cartoon concerning George B. McClellan's strategy during the Peninsula Campaign.
191 plate Head Quarters of 3rd Army Corps. Maj. Gen. S. P. Heintzelman outside of Yorktown, Virginia. August 1862.  
192 plate Map of Pope's Campaign in Northern Virginia. August 1862. Map showing portions of Orange, Culpeper, Fauquier, and Fairfax counties, Va.
193 plate Maj. Gen J. Pope's Head qrs. after the Battle of Cedar Mountain Virginia. Aug. 10th 1862. Battle of Cedar Mountain, 9 August 1862.
193 plate Battle Field near Bristoe's Station, Virginia. 2nd Bull Campaign, June-September 1862.
193 plate Appearance of the ground at Manassas Junction, Virginia. After the Battle. August 29th 1863. 2nd Bull Campaign, June-September 1862.
194 plate Plan of the Second Battle of Bull Run, Va. [map] 2nd Battle of Bull Run, 29-30 August 1862.
194 print View of Manassas Junction Virginia. August 1862. Printed sketch of Manassas Junction, Va. in August 1862.
195 print Destruction of Railroad at Manassas. Printed photograph.
196 plate Thoroughfare Gap through the Bull Run Mountains Va. Aug. 1862. 2nd Bull Run Campaign, June-September 1862.
196 print Troops Building Bridge across North Fork Rappahannock River, near Fauquier Sulphur Springs. Printed photographs. 2nd Bull Run Campaign, June-September 1862.
196 plate View of Jackson's Position as seen from Groveton Corners. Aug. 28th 1862. 2nd Bull Run Campaign, June-September 1862.
197 plate Bristoe Station Va. 1863. Battle of Bristoe Station, Va., 14 October 1863.
197 plate Plan of The Battle of Bristoe Station. [map] Battle of Bristoe Station, Va., 14 October 1863.
199 plate Island Ford and US Army Bridge during 2nd Battle of Bull Run Va. 2nd Battle of Bull Run, 29-30 August 1862.
199 plate Mrs. Dogan's House near Groveton Va. shelled by Hasker's Artillery. Aug. 30th 1862. 2nd Battle of Bull Run, 29-30 August 1862.
199 plate View of The Cut in the Rail Road Embankment and Sudley Road. 2nd Battle of Bull Run, 29-30 August 1862.
199 plate The Union Army at Centreville near Bull Run, Virginia. September 1st 1862 after 2nd Battle of Bull Run.  
200 print Warrenton, Virginia. Printed sketch of Warrenton, Va.
200 plate Note. Text, by Sneden, concerning "Stonewall" Jackson's capture of Union supplies at Manassas Junction on 28 August 1862. 2nd Bull Run Campaign, June-September 1862.
200 plate Plan of Position of Union and Rebel Forces at the Rail Road grade or Embankment. [map] 2nd Battle of Bull Run, 29-30 August 1862.
201 plate The Critical Position of the Union Army during the Campaign of Genl. Pope. Aug. 1862. Text, by Sneden, concerning the troubled high command of the Union armies in Virginia during the 2nd Bull Run Campaign.
203 plate View of Charles City Court House, Virginia. 3rd Army Corps passing through Aug. 15th 1862.  
203 plate Map showing position of the Union and Rebel Forces. August 26th 1862 at 7 P.M. 2nd Bull Run Campaign, June-September 1862.
204 print Major-General D. Hunter. Printed photographic portrait of David Hunter (1802-1886), Union general.
204 plate Head Quarter Teams at Island Ford during 2nd Battle of Bull Run. August 30th 1862. 2nd Battle of Bull Run, 29-30 August 1862.
204 print Major-General John Pope. Printed sketched portrait of John Pope (1822-1892), Union general and commander of the Army of Virginia in the 2nd Bull Run Campaign.
204 plate Strength of the Union and Confederate Armies during Pope's Campaign in Virginia in 1862. Table listing the strengths of the opposing armies at different times during the 2nd Bull Run Campaign.
204 plate Plan of the Battle of Chantilly, Va. [map] Battle of Chantilly, Va., 1 September 1862.
204 plate View of the Headquarters of Genl. Heintzelman near Kirk St. and Old Slave Pen, Alexandria, Va. Sept. 3rd 1862.  
205 plate Plan of The Battle of Chantilly, Virginia, fought Septr. 1st 1862. [map] Battle of Chantilly, Va., 1 September 1862. Includes text describing the battle.
206 plate Map showing position of Union and Rebel Armies and Jackson's Flank march during 2nd Battle of Bull Run. Aug. 28th to 31st 1862. 2nd Bull Run Campaign, June-September 1862.
207 print Battle of Cedar Mountain. Printed sketch of the fighting at the Battle of Cedar Mountain.
207 print Battlefield of Cedar Mountain, from Photographs Taken at the Time. Printed photographs of sites on the battlefield at Cedar Mountain.
208 print Thoroughfare Gap. Printed sketch.
208 print Second Battle of Bull Run, August 30, 1862. Printed sketch of the fighting at the 2nd Battle of Bull Run.
209 plate Map showing Position of Union and Rebel Armies. 28th to 30th Aug. 1862. 2nd Bull Run Campaign, June-September 1862.
210 plate Arlington House. Virginia. Text, by Sneden, concerning "Arlington," Arlington, Va.
211 print Arlington House and National Cemetery. Newspaper article concerning "Arlington."
213 plate Arlington House Va. Head Qurs. Maj. Gen. S. P. Heintzelman.  
213 print The Capitol. Printed sketch of the U.S. Capitol.
213 print "America," The Apex Of The Dome. Printed sketch of the statue on the capitol dome.
213 plate The Head Quarters of Department of Washington. Maj. Genl. Heintzelman Commanding. Sketch of Samuel P. Heintzelman's headquarters in Washington, D.C., in 1863.
214 print Old Capitol Prison, Washington. Printed photograph.
214 print Corcoran Art Gallery, Washington, D.C. Printed photograph.
214 print U.S. Soldier's National Home and Lincoln Cottage out on 7th St., Washington, D.C. Printed sketch.
215 print Members of Brigadier-General U. S. Grant's Staff. Printed photographic portraits of the following members of Ulysses Simpson Grant's staff: William Silliman Hillyer (1831-1874), John Aaron Rawlins (1831-1869), and Joseph Dana Webster (1811-1876).
215 print Dedication of Monument on Battlefield, Bull Run. Printed photograph.
216 print Aqueduct Bridge, Potomac River. Printed photograph.
216 print Bombardment of Fort Macon. Printed sketch of the Union bombardment of Fort Macon, N.C., on 25 April 1862.
216 print Shelling Fort Macon. - Sighting the Mortar. Printed sketch of a Union mortar battery firing on Fort Macon, N.C.
217 print Battle of Slaughter Mountain, August 9, 1862. Printed sketch of the fighting at the Battle of Cedar Mountain, 9 August 1862.
217 print Lincoln Under Fire. Newspaper article concerning the Confederate attack on Fort Stevens, Washington, D.C., 11-12 July 1864.
218 plate Plan of the Rebel Attack on Washington, D.C. July 11th and 12th 1864. [map]  
219 print Defence of Washington. - Fort Totten: View of Interior. Printed photograph.
219 print Fort Whipple. - Batteries in fp 2. Printed photograph.
220 print Georgetown Ferry. Printed photograph.
220 print Slave Pen, Alexandria, Va. Printed photograph of Price, Birch & Co., slave dealers in Alexandria, Va.
220 print View of Georgetown, D.C. Printed photograph.
221 print View on the Potomac. Printed photographs of bridges on the Potomac River.
222 plate Head Quarters of Genl. Saml. P. Heintzelman U.S.A. Commanding Department of Washington.  
222 print Fort Lincoln, Washington, D.C. Printed photograph.
222 plate [Pass issued to R. K. Seneden] Copy of a pass, 15 December 1862, issued to Robert Sneden by Drake De Kay, permitting Sneden to pass freely over the bridges on the Potomac River.
223 plate Some Captured Rebel Flags stored at the War Department, Washington, D.C.  
224 plate View of The Old Arsenal and Prison Yard, Washington, D.C. Sketch showing the site of the execution of the four Lincoln conspirators.
225 print Heroic Dead At Arlington. Printed photographs of graves of several Civil War generals at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Va.
226 print Where Sleep the Brave Who Fell Defending the Stars and Stripes. Newspaper article concerning the burial of U.S. Army soldiers in the United States.
226 print Defenses of Portland Harbor, Maine. Printed photographs of harbor defenses at Portland, Me.
227 plate New Defences Erected at Centreville Virginia. [map] Map of the Union defenses at Centreville, Va., as of September 1863.
228 plate The Battle of Antietam. [map] Battle of Antietam, 17 September 1862.
229 plate Pry's House. Head Qrs. of Genl. McClellan during the Battle of Antietam. Battle of Antietam, 17 September 1862.
229 plate Sharpsburg, Md. Battlefield of Antietam. Battle of Antietam, 17 September 1862.
229 plate Bridge No. 4. Old Mill at Antietam Creek and Ironworks. Battle of Antietam, 17 September 1862.
230 plate Burnside Bridge No. 2. Battlefield of Antietam Md. Battle of Antietam, 17 September 1862.
230 plate The Sharpsburg Bridge over the Antietam. Sketch of Burnside's Bridge on Antietam Creek. Battle of Antietam, 17 September 1862.
230 print General McClellan leaving Frederick City for Turners and Crampton Passes. Printed sketch. Maryland Campaign, September 1862.
231 print John Brown's Grave. Adrrondack's, N.Y. Printed sketch.
231 print General View at Harpers Ferry. Printed photograph of Harpers Ferry, Va. [now W. Va.].
231 print View from Turner's Gap, Looking South-East. Printed sketch of the South Mountain range in western Maryland.
232 plate The Dunker Church. Before the Battle. The Dunker Church was dedicated in 1853. Battle of Antietam, 17 September 1862.
232 plate Antietam - 1862. Text, by Sneden, concerning the Battle of Antietam, 17 September 1862.
233 plate Battle of Antietam Md. [map] Battle of Antietam, 17 September 1862.
234 print Harper's Ferry. Printed photograph of Harpers Ferry, W.Va. Maryland Campaign, September 1862.
234 plate List of Union troops Surrendered at Harper's Ferry - 12th-15th Septr. 1862. Table, compiled by Sneden, concerning U.S. Army troops captured at Harpers Ferry by Confederate forces during the 1862 Maryland Campaign.
235 plate View from Walker's position on Loudoun Heights and the Union Camp and force on Maryland Heights. Maryland Campaign, September 1862.
235 plate The Attack on Harper's Ferry Va. by Jackson, September 14th and 15th 1862. [map] Maryland Campaign, September 1862.
236 plate Jacob H. Grove's House in Sharpsburg, where Genl. Lee met to Consult Genl. D. H. Hill and Genl. Longstreet, CSA, during the Battle. Battle of Antietam, 17 September 1862.
236 plate William Roulett's House and Farm Building. Battlefield of Antietam. Burnt during the Battle. Battle of Antietam, 17 September 1862.
236 plate The Sunken Road or Bloody Lane. Battlefield of Antietam, looking towards Hagarstown Turnpike and Dunker Church. Battle of Antietam, 17 September 1862.
237 plate View of Shepherdstown Virginia, from the Maryland side of The Potomac River, where Lee's army crossed in retreat. Maryland Campaign, September 1862.
237 plate The Cement Mill at Blackford's or Boteler's Ford below Shepherdstown on Potomac River and Dam. Sketch of the site where the Confederate army crossed the Potomac River into Virginia after the Battle of Antietam. Maryland Campaign, September 1862.
237 plate The Battle of Crampton's Gap. [map] Maryland Campaign, September 1862.
238 plate View from Turner's Gap looking south east. Sketch of one of the gaps in the South Mountain range and site of part of the Battle of South Mountain. Maryland Campaign, September 1862.
238 plate The Battle of South Mountain, Md. Showing positions at Fox's and Turner's Gaps. Septr 14th 1862. [map] Maryland Campaign, September 1862.
238 plate The Battle of South Mountain or Boonsboro, Maryland. Text, by Sneden, concerning the Battle of South Mountain, Md., 14 September 1862. Maryland Campaign, September 1862.
239 print City of New Orleans. 1865. Printed sketch of New Orleans, La.
239 plate Plan of The Battle of Fredericksburg, Va. 12th & 13th Decr 1862. [map] Battle of Fredericksburg, 13 December 1862.

 


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