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Part 6: Operations at Charleston, S.C.-The Apommatox Campaign pp. 309-353

A Guide to the Robert Knox Sneden Scrapbook
Scrapbook Inventory (Part 6:  Operations at Charleston, S.C.-The Apommatox Campaign pp. 309-353)

Collection Number 1994.80.309-353

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
309 plate The Swamp Angel Battery, Charleston, S.C. 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.
309 plate Charleston, S.C. was Evacuated by the Enemy 16th and 17th February 1865. Text, by Sneden, concerning the fall of Charleston, S.C., in February 1865.
309 plate Fort Wagner. Charleston Harbor. Sea Front. Sketch of the Confederate fort located on Morris Island, S.C., that was unsuccessfully assaulted by Union forces on 10 and 18 July 1863.
309 plate Fort Wagner. showing point of assault. Assault on Fort Wagner, 10 and 18 July 1863.
310 plate Genl. Gillmore's Works in front of Fort Wagner. July 1863. [map]  
310 plate [Bombardment of Fort Wagner] Text, by Sneden, concerning the Union naval bombardment of Fort Wagner in July 1863.
310 print Fort Wagner Before The Evacuation, Sketched From Gillmore's Advanced Works. Printed sketch. Assault on Fort Wagner, 10 and 18 July 1863.
311 plate Map of Charleston Harbor with Morris Island and James, Broad, Folly, and Cole's Islds.  
313 plate "The Swamp Angel Gun." Marsh Battery. Morris Island. Charleston Harbor, S.C. Includes text describing the battery.
315 plate Vicksburg, Missp. and the Rebel Batteries. 1863. [map] Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.
316 plate The Investment of Petersburg, Va. shewing Battlefield of 5 forks and Hatcher's Run. Friday March 31st - Saturday April 1st & Sunday April 2nd 1865. [map] Petersburg Campaign, June 1864-April 1865.
317 print Map of the Siege of Vicksburg, Miss., by the U.S. Forces under the command of Maj. Gen. U.S. Grant, U.S. Vols. Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.
317 print Siege Of Vicksburg - The Fight In The Crater Of Fort Hill After The Explosion, June 27. Printed sketch. Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.
318 print Siege Of Vicksburg - Sharpshooters In The Riflepits Constructed By Capt. Hickenloper. Printed sketch. Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.
319 plate Loss in the Union Army under Genl. Grant before Vicksburg, Miss. from May 1st to July 4th 1864. Table, compiled by Sneden, concerning casualties suffered by the Union Army during a portion of the Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.
319 print Observatory Overlooking The Rebel Works. Printed sketch. Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.
320 print Siege Of Vicksburg - Scene At General Logan's Headquarters, June 20. Printed sketch. Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.
321 print Attack Of The Federal Forces On The Confederate Works During The Siege Of Vicksburg, May 22, 1863. Printed sketch. Vicksburg Campaign, October 1862-July 1863.
322 print [Stranded Confederate vessels in the West Indies] Printed sketches of deserted and dismantled Confederate ships in the West Indies.
322 print Brave Benteen. Printed poem concerning the Battle of Little Big Horn, 25 June 1876.
322 print Graveyard Of Rebel Cruisers. Newspaper article concerning deserted Confederate ships in the West Indies.
322 print The Trophies Of The War. Newspaper article concerning captured Confederate battle flags.
323 plate Appomattox Court House, Virginia. Appomattox Campaign, 29 March-9 April, 1865.
323 plate Old Blandford Church near Petersburg, Va. Built 1734-37, Blandford Church was located near the Confederate lines east of Petersburg, Va.
324 print Captured Confederate Colors. Trophies of Battle now Preserved in the War Department. Newspaper article concerning captured Confederate battle flags.
325 plate Old Blandford Church near Petersburg, Virginia. Built in 1733. Petersburg Campaign, June 1864-April 1865.
325 plate "The Mine" at Petersburg, Va. Text, by Sneden, concerning the Battle of the Crater, 30 July 1864.
325 plate Number of Soldiers who Enlisted during the War. Text concerning the total number of enlisted men in the Union and Confederate armies.
326 print General Grant's Military Railroad - The Dictator. Printed photograph of 'The Dictator," a 13-inch seacoast mortar, mounted on a reinforced railroad car, and used by the Union Army in the Petersburg Campaign.
326 plate Official account of Losses in the Army of the Potomac during Genl. U. S. Grant's Campaign in Virginia - 1864-5. Table, compiled by Sneden, recording casualty figures for the U.S. Army of the Potomac from 5 May to 18 October 1864.
327 plate Earthworks built by the 6th Army Corps. Battlefield of Spottsylvania Courthouse Virginia. Spotsylvania Campaign, 7-20 May 1864.
327 plate Part of The Rebel Entrenchments near "The Bloody Angle." Spotsylvania Campaign, 7-20 May 1864.
328 print Battle Monument, West Point. Printed photograph of cadets standing at the base of the Battle Monument at the United States Military Academy, West Point, N.Y.
328 print Rockland Cemetery. Printed photograph. Includes a sketch of the monument dedicated to John Charles Fremont (1813-1880), explorer and Union general.
329 plate Spottsylvania Court House, Virginia. Sketch of the courthouse building. Spotsylvania Campaign, 7-20 May 1864.
329 plate McCool's Farm House within "Bloody Angle." Spotsylvania Campaign, 7-20 May 1864.
330 print Dead Confederates in the Trenches at "Fort Damnation," before Petersburg, showing a Bomb-Proof in the Bank at the Left-hand side. Printed photograph. Petersburg Campaign, June 1864-April 1865.
330 print Grant's Headquarters And Base Of Supplies At City Point. Printed sketch of City Point, Va., as it appeared during the Petersburg Campaign, June 1864-April 1865.
330 plate Rebel Works in front of Petersburg Virginia. April 1865. Petersburg Campaign, June 1864-April 1865.
331 print Winfield S. Hancock. Printed sketched portrait of Winfield Scott Hancock (1824-1886), Union general.
332   blank page  
333 plate Ruins of Genl. Lee's Head Qrs at Petersburg, Virginia. 1865 Petersburg Campaign, June 1864-April 1865.
333 plate Losses in the Army of Potomac in Grant's Overland Campaign. May 5th to June 10th 1864. Table, compiled by Sneden, concerning losses suffered by the Union Army in the battles of the Wilderness, Spotsylvania Court House, North Anna, and Cold Harbor.
333 plate Armstrong's Mill. Battle of Hatcher's Run, Virginia. 27th Octr. 1864. Petersburg Campaign, June 1864-April 1865.
334 plate Plan of the Battle of the Wilderness, Va. May 5th to 12th. [map] Battle of the Wilderness, 5-7 May 1864.
334 plate Plan of Cold Harbor, Va. June 1st and 3rd 1864. [map] Battle of Cold Harbor, 31 May-12 June 1864.
334 plate Plan of the Battle of Cold Harbor. [map] Battle of Cold Harbor, 31 May-12 June 1864.
335 print Gen. Philip H. Sheridan. Printed sketched portrait of Philip Henry Sheridan (1831-1888), Union general.
335 print Battle of Five Forks Va. April 1st 1865. Printed sketch. Petersburg Campaign, June 1864-April 1865. Includes text concerning the Battle of Five Forks, Va.
336 plate Guns Captured and lost by the Army of the Potomac. Table, compiled by Sneden, showing the number of artillery pieces captured from the Confederate Army from 5 May - 10 September 1864.
336 print Colonel James A. Mulligan. Printed photographic portrait of James Adelbert Mulligan (1830-1864), Union general captured at the Battle of Lexington, Mo., 20 September 1861.
336 plate Deserters in the Union Army from April 1861 to Decr. 1865. Text concerning deserters in the U.S. Army from April 1861 to December 1865.
337 print When Lee Met Grant. Newspaper article concerning the surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia on 9 April 1865.
337 plate Plan of the Battle of Five Forks, Va. April 1st 1865. [map] Petersburg Campaign, June 1864-April 1865.
338 print Richmond Virginia. Showing ruins by fire at Evacuation. April 1865. Printed sketch from a wartime photograph.
339 print Final Stand of General Grant's Army, April 7, 1862, and Repulse of Johnston's Army. Printed sketch of the Battle of Shiloh, 6-7 April 1862.
340 plate View of Richmond Virginia. April 3rd 1865. showing Ruins of water front.  
340 print City of Richmond, Va. Printed photograph.
340 print Confederate Museum. Newspaper article concerning the conversion of the house in Richmond, Va., used by Jefferson Davis during the war into a Confederate museum.
341 plate Ruins of the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Bridge across James River, Richmond Va. destroyed by Rebels while Evacuating April 3rd 1865.  
341 plate Ruins left by the Fire along the Old Canal after the Evacuation of the Rebels from Richmond, Va. April 3rd 1865.  
342 plate Ruins of The Arsenal Richmond, Virginia. Burnt by the Rebels at the Evacuation of the City. April 8th 1865. Sketch from a photograph.
343 plate U.S. Monitors below Howlett's House near Dutch Gap, James River, Va. Sketch of Union ironclad on the James River.
344 plate Ruins of the Petersburg & Richmond R.R. Bridge across the James River, Richmond, Va. after the Evacuation April 1865.  
345 plate The Old City Tavern. Main & 19th Str. Richmond, Va.  
345 plate Old St. John's Church. Richmond Va. Sketch of St. John's Church, Richmond, Va., built in 1739-41.
345 plate The Old Stone House. 1st dwelling erected in Richmond, Va. Sketch of the Old Stone House, Richmond, Va., built ca. 1754.
345 plate The Defences of Richmond. 1864-5. [map]  
346 plate Plan of the Battle of the North Anna. Fought May 23rd - 26th 1864. [map] Battle of the North Anna River, 23-27 May 1864.
346 print R. E. Lee Genl. Printed photographic portrait of Robert Edward Lee.
346 print War's Blood Spot. Newspaper article concerning the Battle of Spotsylvania Court House, Va.
346 plate Plan of the Battle of Spottsylvania C.H. Virginia. Fought May 8th to 21st 1864. [map] Spotsylvania Campaign, 7-20 May 1864.
347 print Major-Gen. Nelson A. Miles. Printed sketched portrait of Nelson Appleton Miles.
348 print Gen. Jubal A. Early Dead. Newspaper article concerning Jubal Anderson Early's (1816-1894) death and his career as a Confederate general.
348 print Appomattox And The Surrender Of The Confederate Army. Newspaper article concerning the Appomattox Campaign, 29 March-9 April 1865.
348 print Mosby, CSA. Newspaper article concerning the terms of parole granted to John Singleton Mosby (1833-1916), Confederate partisan ranger, after the surrender at Appomattox.
349 print Fort Donelson. Newspaper article concerning the Battle of Fort Donelson, Tenn., 12-16 February 1862.
349 print Sham Military Fame. Newspaper article concerning the common soldier in the Civil War.
349 print Amenities Of The Armies. Newspaper article concerning fraternization between Union and Confederate soldiers during the war.
350 print General Butler. Newspaper article concerning the death of Benjamin Franklin Butler.
350 print Struck Down In Battle. Newspaper article regarding the behavior of wounded soldiers during battle.
350 print The Contraband. Printed poem concerning a freed slave.
350 print The Mustering Out. Printed poem concerning soldiers mustering out of the army at the end of the war.
351 print Mrs. V. Jefferson Davis. Printed photographic portrait of Varina Howell Davis (1826-1906), wife of Jefferson Davis.
351 print Miss Winnie Davis. Printed sketched portrait of Varina Anne Davis (1864-1898), daughter of Jefferson Davis.
351 print The Winnie Davis Memorial Statue. Printed photograph of the monument at the grave of Varina Anne Davis at Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Va.
352 print How General Di Cesnola Did Not Capture Richmond. Newspaper article concerning an attempt to free Union prisoners of war in Richmond, Va., in 1864.
353 print Death Of Gen. A. H. Terry. Newspaper article concerning the death of Alfred Howe Terry (1827-1890), Union general.
353 print How Custer Fell. Newspaper article concerning the death of George Armstrong Custer (1839-1876) at the Battle of Little Big Horn.
353 print General Hill's Statue. Newspaper article concerning the unveiling of the monument in Richmond, Va., dedicated to Ambrose Powell Hill (1825-1865), Confederate general.
353 print The Last Battle of the War. Newspaper clipping concerning the last land fight of the Civil War at Palmito Ranch in Texas on 12 May 1865.

 


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