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"Lost" Lakes, near Meigs Peak, lakes 9,500 feet above sea-level, 1874
A Harvest of Death, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Alpine Lake, Cerro Blanco Mountains, Colorado
Appomattox Station, Virginia.
Army Repair Shop.
Battery D, 2d U.S. Artillery, in action.
Blanford Church, Petersburg.
Castle Murray, near AUburn, Virginia.
Charles City Court-House, Virginia.
Chesterfield Bridge, across the North Anna.
Commissary Department, Headquarters Army of the Potomac.
Dismounted Gun, Fort Fisher, North Carolina
Entrance to Black Cañon, Colorado River, From Above
Evacuation of Aquia Creek.
Field where General Reynolds fell, Battle of Gettysburg.
Gateway of Cemetery, Gettysburg.
General Post-Office, Army of the Potomac.
Group of Confederate Prisoners, Fairfax Court-House.
Headquarters Guard on the Army of the Potomac.
Headquarters Maj. Gen. George G. Meade, during Battle of Gettysburg.
Headquarters New York Herald in the Field.
Headquarters of the Army of the Potomac, Brandy Station.
High Bridge, across the Appomattox.
Interior of Breastworks on Round Top, Battle-field of Gettysburg.
Interior view of Confederate Works at Gracie's Salient.
Johnson's Mill, near Petersburg.
Lacy House, Falmouth, Virginia.
Laguna's Caballo, Horselakes, 14 miles NW from Tierra Amarilla,NM
McLean's House, where Grant and Lee signed the Capitulation.
Park near Head of Conejos Canon, Colorado
Pontoon Bridge, across the Rappahannock.
Poplar Grove Church, built the the 50th N. Y. V. Engineers.
Provost Marshall's Office, Aquia Creek.
Quarters of Men in Fort Sedgwick, generally known as Fort Hell.
Signal Tower, Elk Mountain, overlooking Battle-field of Antietam.
Slaughter Pen, Foot of Little Round Top, Gettysburg
Slaughter Pen, Foot of Round Top, Gettysburg.
The Halt, scene near Culpeper.
The Pulpit, Fort Fisher, N.C.
Three First Traverses, Fort Fisher, N.C.
Trossel's House, Battle-field of Gettysburg.
U.S. Military Telegraph Construction Corps.
View of Gas Works, Petersburg, showing effects of bombardment.
View of the Interior of Fort Steadman.
View on the Appomattox , near Campbell's Bridge.
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