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Part 8: Western Theater Campaigns pp. 393-461

A Guide to the Robert Knox Sneden Scrapbook
Scrapbook Inventory (Part 8: Western Theater Campaigns pp. 393-461)
Collection Number 1994.80.393-461

Page Type Title or Text Description
393 print The Sherman Monument. Printed sketch of the monument in Washington, D.C., dedicated to William Tecumseh Sherman (1820-1891), Union general.
393 print The Pedestal And The Ground. Newspaper clipping concerning the Sherman Monument in Washington, D.C.
394 print General William T. Sherman. Printed photographic portrait of William Tecumseh Sherman.
395 plate Sherman's Army. Text, by Sneden, recording the Union armies that made up William T. Sherman's forces during the Atlanta Campaign, 1 May-8 September 1864.
395 print View in Orangeburg, S.C., Captured by Sherman's Right Wing, Feb. 11, 1864. Printed sketch of Orangeburg, S.C., occupied by Sherman's Army on 12 February 1865. Carolinas Campaign, 1865.
395 print Tarver's Mill, Georgia. Printed sketch.
396 print Sherman's Men Driving Rebels Out Of Fayetteville. Printed sketch of Union soldiers fighting Confederates in Fayetteville, N.C. Carolinas Campaign, 1865.
396 print Map Showing Sherman's Operations. Atlanta Campaign, 1 May-8 September 1864.
396 print Columbia, S.C. Printed sketch.
397 plate Battle of Snake Creek Gap near Resaca, Geo. Text, by Sneden, concerning the Battle of Snake Creek Gap, Ga. Atlanta Campaign, 1 May-8 September 1864.
399 plate View of Lee & Gordon's Mills. Battlefield of Chickamauga. Battle of Chickamauga, 19-20 September 1863.
399 plate A Bombproof and Rebel Defenses of Atlanta Georgia. Atlanta Campaign, 1 May-8 September 1864.
399 plate Outpost on the Union line in front of Atlanta, Georgia. 1864. Atlanta Campaign, 1 May-8 September 1864.
400 plate Allatoona Pass, Georgia. Atlanta Campaign, 1 May-8 September 1864.
401 plate Part of the Rebel Defenses outside Atlanta, Georgia. 1864. Atlanta Campaign, 1 May-8 September 1864.
402 plate Rebel Fort Kenesaw, Georgia. Atlanta Campaign, 1 May-8 September 1864.
402 print American Marble Company, Marietta, Georgia. Printed photograph. Atlanta Campaign, 1 May-8 September 1864.
403 print Advance of Sherman's Right Wing - 17th Army Corps, Crossing the Saluda River, S.C., on the 17th Feb. Printed sketch. Carolinas Campaign, 1865.
403 print Orangeburg Courthouse, S.C. Printed sketch. Carolinas Campaign, 1865.
403 print The Seventeenth Corps Crossing The Ogechee River, Georgia. Printed sketch. March to the Sea, 15 November-21 December 1864.
403 plate The Rebel Fort McAllister near Savannah Georgia on the Ogechee River. March to the Sea, 15 November-21 December 1864.
403 print Rebel Defenses at Atlanta. Printed photograph. Atlanta Campaign, 1 May-8 September 1864.
405 print Map Showing territory covered by Genl. Sherman's Army - while marching and fighting through Georgia. Printed map with annotations by Sneden. March to the Sea, 15 November-21 December 1864.
405 print W. T. Sherman. Printed sketched portrait from a photograph of William Tecumseh Sherman.
405 print Geo. H. Thomas. Printed sketched portrait from a photograph of George Henry Thomas (1816-1870), Union general who commanded the Army of the Cumberland during the Atlanta Campaign.
406   blank page  
406 plate Roster of the "Army of the Tennessee." Nov. 1864.  
407 plate The Army which marched through Georgia. Text, by Sneden, concerning the strength and make-up of the Union armies under Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman in May 1864.
408 plate The Army which marched through Georgia. Continuation from page 407.
409 plate Atlanta. Georgia. And Its Rebel Defences. [map]  
410 plate The 20th Corps, USA Crossing Little River near Millidgeville Georgia. Nov. 24th 1864. March to the Sea, 15 November-21 December 1864.
410 plate Map Showing Genl. Sherman's March From Chattanooga to Atlanta. Atlanta Campaign, 1 May-8 September 1864.
410 print 17th Corps of Sherman's Army Crossing the South Edisto River Georgia. Printed sketch. March to the Sea, 15 November-21 December 1864.
411 plate Army of the Tennessee. U.S. Grant, Commandg. 1863. Text, by Sneden, concerning the organization of the U.S. Army of the Tennessee in January 1863.
412 plate Strength of U.S. Army in May 1864. Commanded by Maj. Genl. W. T. Sherman. Text, by Sneden, concerning the organization of the Union forces under Sherman in May 1864 consisting of the Army of the Cumberland, the Army of the Tennessee, and the Army of the Ohio.
413 plate Copy of Letter from Genl. W. T. Sherman USA to Genl. Hood CSA on Exchange of Prisoners of War. Copy of letter, 10 September 1864, from William Tecumseh Sherman concerning the exchange of Confederate prisoners captured during the Atlanta Campaign.
414 print The Pardoned Sentinel. Printed sketch.
415 print Leading a Charge. Printed sketch of a soldier on horseback leading a charge.
415 print Fort Morgan. Surrendered to Farragut and [?] Fort Morgan, a Confederate fort guarding Mobile Bay, Ala., fell to Union naval and ground forces on 23 August 1864.
415 plate Vicinity of Winchester and Harper's Ferry, Va. [map]  
416 plate Sprout's Spring Mill. Oppequan River, Va. Sketch of building used as a hospital by the Union VI Corps during the Third Battle of Winchester, Va. 19 September 1864. Shenandoah Valley Campaign, 7 August 1864-2 March 1865.
416 plate Plan of the Battle of Winchester, Va. [map] Third Battle of Winchester, Va. 19 September 1864. Shenandoah Valley Campaign, 7 August 1864-2 March 1865.
417 plate Plan of the Battle of Fisher's Hill, Virginia. [map] Battle of Fishers Hill, Va., 22 September 1864. Shenandoah Valley Campaign, 7 August 1864-2 March 1865.
417 plate Losses in the Union and Rebel Armies during Genl Sheridan's Campaign in the Shenandoah Valley, Va. Text, by Sneden, concerning losses suffered by the opposing armies in the Shenandoah Valley Campaign, 7 August 1864-2 March 1865.
417 plate Macomber's Ford. Opequan River near Martinsburg, Va. October 1863. Shenandoah Valley Campaign, 7 August 1864-2 March 1865.
418 print Raising The Flag On The Summit. Printed sketch of Union soldiers on Lookout Mountain, Tenn. Chattanooga Campaign, October-November 1863.
418 plate Crawfish Springs near Chickamauga Tenn., held by Union force during Battle. Battle of Chickamauga, 19-20 September 1863.
418 print Building Pontoon Bridge. Printed photograph.
418 plate The Old John Ross House. Rossville, Tennessee. 1863. Battle of Chickamauga, 19-20 September 1863.
418 print View Of Lookout Mountain, Georgia, Near Chattanooga, Tennessee. Printed sketch.
419 print Major-General [?]. Prentiss. Bvt. Major-General Joseph B. Carr. Printed photographic portraits of the following Union generals: Samuel Ryan Curtis (1805-1866), Benjamin Mayberry Prentiss (1819-1901), and Joseph Bradford Carr (1828-1895).
419 plate Plan of the Battle of Lookout Mountain. [map] Chattanooga Campaign, October-November 1863.
420 print [Siege] of Lexington, Mo. Printed sketch of Union troops fighting at the Siege of Lexington, Mo., 12-20 September 1861.
420 print The Fight At Lookout. Printed poem concerning the Battle of Lookout Mountain, Tenn., 24 November 1863.
421 print Charge of Major Zagonyl of General Fremont's Body Guard upon the Confederates near Springfield, Mo., Oct. 25, 1861. Printed sketch. Wilson's Creek Campaign, August-November 1861.
421 print [Lookout Mountain, Tenn.] Printed sketch of Lookout Mountain, Tenn., during the Chattanooga Campaign, October-November 1863.
422 print Chattanooga. A Chart Of The Battle Between the Forces of Gens. Grant And Braxton Bragg, Fought Nov. 24-5, 1863. [map] Printed map. Chattanooga Campaign, October-November 1863.
423 print The Soldiers And Sailor's Monument. To Be Erected On Mt. Tom, At 83D-St. And Riverside Drive. Printed sketch of monument in New York City.
423 print Twelfth Army Corps Monument. Printed photograph of the monument on the battlefield at Chattanooga, Tenn., dedicated to the Union XII Corps.
425 print D. G. Farragut. Printed sketched portrait of David Glasgow Farragut (1801-1870), Union admiral.
426 print First Day's Bombardment of Forts Jackson and St. Philip. Printed sketch. Capture of New Orleans, 25 April 1862.
426 print Fort Massachusetts, Ship Island. Printed sketch. Capture of New Orleans, 25 April 1862.
426 print Ship Island. Printed sketch. Capture of New Orleans, 25 April 1862.
427 print The Federal Fleet Before New Orleans. Printed sketch. Capture of New Orleans, 25 April 1862.
427 print The Hartford on Fire. Printed sketch. Capture of New Orleans, 25 April 1862.
427 print Passage of the 2d Division of the Federal Squadron past Forts Jackson and St. Philip, April 24, 1862. Printed sketch. Capture of New Orleans, 25 April 1862.
428 print General Butler's Headquarters, New Orleans. Printed photograph. Capture of New Orleans, 25 April 1862.
428 print Old City Hall, New Orleans, Where The Officers Of The Fleet Came To Demand The Surrender Of The City. Printed photograph. Capture of New Orleans, 25 April 1862.
429 print Advance of Federal Troops on Corinth, General Hurlburt's Division Forcing its Way through the Mud. Printed sketch. Corinith, Miss., 3-4 October 1862.
429 print Fort Pulaski. Printed photographs of the Confederate fort that guarded the sea approach to Savannah, Ga. The fort was captured on 11 April 1862.
429 print [Union commanders] Printed photographic portraits of the following Union generals: Thomas Leonidas Crittenden (1815-1893), William Nelson (1824-1862), Anson George McCook (1835-1817), Ormsby McKnight Mitchel (1810-1862).
430 print Fort Pulaski. Printed sketch.
430 print Fort Pickens, on Santa Rosa Island, Pensacola Bay, 1861. Printed sketch of Fort Pickens near Pensacola, Fla.
430 print Fort Pulaski. Printed photographs of the interior of Fort Pulaski.
431 print The Rebel Defences of Savannah, Georgia. 1864. [map] Printed map with annotations by Sneden.
431 plate Attack on Ft. Pulaski. Savannah Georgia. April 1862. [map] Fort Pulaski, 10-11 April 1862.
432 plate 2nd Attack on Fort McAllister on the Ogeechee River. Georgia. 5 March 1863. [map]  
432 plate Loss in The Battle of Stones River. Text, by Sneden, regarding total losses suffered by the Union and Confederate armies at the Battle of Stones River (also know as Murfreesboro), 31 December 1862 and 2 January 1863.
433 print The Old Frigate Kearsarge - At Anchor. Printed photograph of the U.S.S. Kearsarge, the Union ship that sunk the Confederate ship Alabama off the coast of Cherbourg, France, on 19 June 1864.
433 print Admiral David Dixon Porter. Printed photographic portrait of David Dixon Porter (1813-1891), Union admiral.
434 plate View of the land front from the 2nd Traverse on North West Salient. Fort Fisher. Jany 1865. Sketch of the land front portion of Fort Fisher, the Confederate fort near Wilmington, N.C., that guarded the sea approach to the city. The fort fell to Union attacks on 15 January 1865.
435 plate Plan of Fort Fisher and Vicinity. [map] Includes a second map showing the attack on Fort Fisher of 15 January 1865.
435 plate Losses in the Union Army in the Assault on Fort Fisher. Jany. 15th 1865.  
436 plate The sea front of Fort Fisher from the 6th to 11th Traverses. Showing The Mound Battery.  
436 plate Plan of the Battle of Carnifex Ferry, West Virginia. [map] Battle of Carnifex Ferry, W.Va., 10 September 1861.
437 plate [Fort Henry] [map] Capture of Fort Henry, Tenn., 6 February 1862.
437 plate [Fort Donelson] [map] Fort Donelson, Tenn., 12-16 February 1862.
438 plate Capture of Mobile, Alabama. [map] Mobile Campaign, 17 March-12 April 1865.
438 print Nashiville. [map] Printed map of the Battle of Nashville, Tenn., 15-16 December 1864.
439 print Foote's Gunboats Advancing to Attack Fort Henry. Printed sketch. Capture of Fort Henry, Tenn., 6 February 1862.
440 print Shiloh Church. Printed sketch of the church that gave its name to the Battle of Shiloh, Tenn., 6-7 April 1862.
440 print Recapture of Artillery at Battle of Shiloh by 1st Ohio under General Lovell H. Rousseau. Printed sketch. Battle of Shiloh, Tenn., 6-7 April 1862.
440 print Ambassadors of the Confederate Government to England and France. Printed sketched portraits of James Murray Mason (1798-1871) and John Slidell (1793-1871).
441 print View Of Mobile Ala. Printed sketch.
441 print Franklin, Nov. 30, 1864, between Gens. Schofield and Hood. [map] Printed map.
442 plate Battle of Shiloh or Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee. [map] Battle of Shiloh, Tenn., 6-7 April 1862.
442 print Major-General Don Carlos Buell. Printed photographic portrait of Don Carlos Buell (1818-1898), Union general who commanded the Army of the Ohio at the Battle of Shiloh.
442 plate Battle of Pittsburg Landing. [map] Battle of Shiloh, Tenn., 6-7 April 1862.
444 plate View of Lee and Gordon's Mill. Battlefield of Chickamauga. April 1898.  
445 print [Pittsburg Landing, Tenn.] Printed sketch.
445 print Passage Down the Ohio of General James S. Negley's Brigade. Printed sketch.
445 print The Carondelet Passing Confederate Batteries at Island Number Ten. Printed sketch of the Union boat that ran the batteries at Island Number 10 in April 1862 to protect troops crossing below the island and forced the evacuation of the Confederates.
446 print Night Attack on Island No. Ten by Gun Boats and [Mortar Boats]. Printed sketch.
446 print Siege of Island No. Ten. Night Bombardment by Mortar Boats. Printed sketch.
447 plate The Battlefield of Chicamauga. [map] Battle of Chickamauga, 19-20 September 1863.
449 print Some Battle Ships, Cruisers and Monitors of the United States and England now in Service. January 1896. Printed photographs.
450 plate "The Kearsarge" and "The Alabama" fighting in a circle off Cherbourg, France. Naval battle between the U.S.S. Kearsarge and the C.S.S. Alabama, 19 June 1864.
450 print The Cruise of the Alabama. [map] Printed map with text concerning the cruise of the C.S.S. Alabama.
451 print General Samuel Cooper, Adjutant and Inspector General, C.S.A. Printed sketched portrait of Samuel Cooper (1798-1876), Confederate general.
451 plate Plan of The Circle Battle between the U.S. Ship "Kearsarge" Capt. Winslow and the Confederate Cruiser "Alabama" Capt Raphael Semmes, off the harbor of Cherburg, France. forenoon of Sunday June 19th 1864. [map]  
452 print Forward Deck Of The First-Class Battleship "Indiana." Printed photograph.
452 print Six Twelve-Pound Howitzers. Newspaper article concerning U.S. Naval operations in Pensacola Bay, Fla., in September 1861.
453 print The Soldiers' Home At Dayton, Ohio. Printed sketch.
453 print The Equestrian Statue Surmounting the Monument to Gen. U. S. Grant in Lincoln Park, Chicago. Printed photograph.
454 print U.S. Transport, "W. B. Terry," Pushing Her Way Through the Swamps at Island Number Ten. Printed sketch of U.S. naval operations during the Island No. 10 Campaign, 10 March 1862.
454 print Mosby's Clever Capture. Newspaper article concerning the capture of Union General Edwin Henry Stoughton (1838-1868) by Confederate Colonel John Singleton Mosby (1833-1916) on 9 March 1863.
455 print Battle of Ball's Bluff and Death of Colonel Baker. Printed sketch of the death of Union Colonel Edward Dickinson Baker (1811-1861) at the Battle of Ball's Bluff, 21 October 1861.
457 print W. B. Hazen. Printed photographic portrait of William Babcock Hazen (1830-1887), Union general who commanded a brigade during the Chattanooga Campaign, 1863.
459 print Gen. W. F. Smith Dead. Newspaper obituary of William Farrar Smith (1824-1903), Union general.
461 print Battle of Pea Ridge, March 6, 1862. Printed sketch of the fighting at the Battle of Pea Ridge, Ark., 7-8 March 1862.

 


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