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1.Broadsides from the Colonial Era to the present at the South Caroliniana Library | XML
2.Programme of the order of exercises at the re-raising of the United States flag on Fort Sumter; 1865 Apr. 14, Charleston, S.C. | United States. Army | XML
3.Young Ladies' Concert : 1861 Aug. 5 ; [broadside]. | Ladies' Volunteer Aid Association (Camden, S.C.) | XML
4.Educational Commission | Russell, L. B. (fl. 1862) | XML
5.With immediate despatch. [cut of sailing ship] for Charleston, S.C. the splendid first-class American ship R.H. Tucker, Joseph Tucker, Commander; [brief description of ship] Loading in Bramley Moore Dock. Apply to Boult, English, & Brandon, Richmond Build | Joseph Tucker | XML
6.To the honorable Senate and House of Representatives in Congress assembled. The petition of the women of the North | Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874 | XML
7.New Orleans, December 1st, 1860. Dear Sir: [advocates cutting commercial ties with N.Y., direct trade with Europe and establishment of a Southern Confederacy] Watt & Noble, 27 x 20 cm. | Watt & Noble? | XML
8.Sec. 2. That immediately after passing this Act, the Governor shall be ... required to call for one volunteer company of Infantry [and other military unites, with provisions for filling vacancies by volunteers from other units] Headquarters, Charleston, Dec. 27th, 1860. General Orders, No. 4. [gives orders pursuant to provisions of above act] R. G. M. Donovant, Adjt. and Inspector General. | South Carolina. Militia | XML
9.[Extract.] Adj't. & Insp. Genl's. Office, Richmond, Sept. 27, 1861. Special Orders No. 164. III [advises responsibility of company commanders for arms and accoutrements of furloughed or discharged sodiers]...20 x 12 cm. | XML
10.[Extract.] Adj't. & Insp. Genl's. Office, Richmond, Sept. 27, 1861. Special Orders No. 164. III [advises responsibility of company commanders for arms and accoutrements of furloughed or discharged sodiers]...20 x 12 cm. | Milledge Luke Bonham? | XML
11."Head Quarters," Commissary General's Department, S. C. M[ilitia]. Charleston, S. C., March 4th, 1861. Special Order, No. 2 | South Carolina. Militia. Commissary Dept. | XML
12.Circular. Office of Subsistence, Charlelton [sic], 12th Oct., 1864. To the Planters of South Carolina. Gentlemen: The Government requires one-half of your present crops of rice for the subsistence of the army ... Wm. M. Tunno, Captain and A. C. S. | Glover Family? | XML
13."Tax in Kind," ... | Coker, Caleb, 1802-1869 | XML
14.Tabular statement of Comptroller General of South Carolina, of grain reported by Soldiers' Boards of Relief, ""Tax in Kind,"" | Coker, Caleb, 1802-1869 | XML
15.[Circular.] New York, November 15th, 1865 [gives lists of questions to be used in preparing guide book "descriptive of the Southern States...to encourage and facilitate immigration"] D.H. Jacques,... | Jacques, D. H. | Simms, William Gilmore, 1806-1870 | XML
16.Notice. The copartnership heretofore existing between...G.&H. Cameron, is...dissoved...Charleston, July 1st, 1853 [circular letter soliciting continued patronage under new partnership] | Cameron, Webb & Co. (?) | XML
17.Charleston, March 13, 1861. | Jameson, D. F. (David Flavel), 1810-1864 | S. C. Convention? | XML
18.Head Quarters Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and East Florida. Savannah, Ga., February 28th, 1862. General Orders No. 5 | Calhoun, John C. | XML
19.General Orders. Adjtant and Inspector General's Office. [Richmond, 1862] v.p. 19 cm. | Calhoun, John C. | XML
20.General orders. Head-Quarters, Department of S. C. and Ga. [Charleston, 1862]. No. 7, 10 Mar.; 25 x 20 cm.; No. 17, 17 May; 19 x 12 cm.; Crandall 721; above numbers not reported | Stokes, William | XML
21.General orders. Head-Quarters, Department of S. C. and Ga. [Charleston, 1862]. No. 1, 19 Mar.; No. 17, 17 May; No. 18, 18 May. Crandall 721; above numbers not reported | Calhoun, John C. | XML
22.General Orders. Adjtant and Inspector General's Office. [Richmond, 1862] v.p. 19 cm. | Calhoun, John C. | XML
23.General orders. Head-Quarters, Department of S. C. and Ga. [Charleston, 1862]. No. 1, 19 Mar.; No. 17, 17 May; No. 18, 18 May. Crandall 721; above numbers not reported | Calhoun, John C. | XML
24.Head Quarters, Department of So. CA. General Orders No. 9 Mar. 18, 1862 | Washington, T. A. | XML
25.Chattanooga, Feb'y 10th, '63. The proprietors of Rolling Mills and Blast Furnaces are requested to meet at Columbia, S.C., on Tuesday, March 3rd. A punctual and full attendance is requested, either in person or representative Respectfully, S.B. Lowe. | Lowe, S. B. | XML
26.General Orders, No. 25. Head-Quarters, Dep't of S. C. Ga. and Fla. Charleston, S. C., February 9, 1863 [gives extracts from report of an inspection of the Washington Light Artillery] By command of General Beauregard. (Signed) Thomas Jordan, Chief of Staff | South Carolina. Militia. Washington Light Artillery | XML
27.Circular No. 1. Enrolling office, Edgefield District, S. C., [Nov'r 12th] 186[4] To [Robert Quarles in ms.] of the Supporting Force- Sir [gives information on duties, including constant supervision of all men at home in your section; signed in ms. | Moses, Franklin J., 1838-1906 | XML
28.Soldiers' Board of Relief, Comptroller General's Office, Columbia, S. C., July 11, 1864. The following tabular statements exhibit the quantity of cloth and salt returned by the several boards ... James A. Black, Comptroller General ... | Coker, Caleb, 1802-1869 | XML
29.Members of the House 1865 | Unknown | XML
30.Herald--Extra. Newberry, Wednesday morning, April 26, Sherman's General Order on the death of Lincoln. Particulars of the death of Lincoln and Seward | Newberry Herald | XML
31.Roll of the "Quitmen Riflemen," volunteers raised under an "Act of South Carolina, December 1, 1860 Presented to Miss Fannie Higgins." | Confederate States of America. Army. South Carolina Infantry Regiment, 3rd. Company E | XML
32.To the Clergy of the Diocese of South-Carolina. Beloved Brethren: I send you the following prayer to be used during the continuance of the war Thos. F. Davis | Bishop Davis | XML
33.Card of evolutions for drill and review of the 8th Regiment. 1st Corps of Reserves, at Camden, 20th and 21st Oct., 1862 | Witherspoon, James H. | XML
34.In memoriam T. Henry La Rousselliere, a member of the Palmetto Guard Artillery, South Carolina Siege Train, who died at Rikersville Hospital, January 20, 1865 | Unknown | XML
35.Meeting of South Carolina banks | Tupper, James | XML
36.Barnwell District Troop. A few more men are wanted for this Troop. The pay is twenty-three dollars per month. | Tobin, John E. | XML
37.Charleston, S.C., May 14th, 1861. Sir: You are hereby ordered to appear at the Military Hall on the 18th preparatory to being received into Hampton's Legion By order of Capt. Conner. Dotterer, 1st Serg't, W[ashington]. L[ight]. I[nfantry]. Volunteers. | XML
38.Headquarters Provisional Brigade. Orangeburg, S.C., May 29th, 1865. General Orders No. [blank for number; advises against ""hostile attitude toward the General Government,"" wearing Confederate uniform, and maltreatment of servants] By order of Bt. Brig. Gen. A. S. Hartwell, Commanding. [space for signature of] 1st Lieut. and A. A. A. G. | Unknown | XML
39.To the People of St. Bartholomew's 1860. | Glover, Joseph Edward, fl. 1860. | XML
40.South Carolina in the Civil War | XML
41.[American Flag] | XML
42.Rice Straw! | XML
43.Remember Ellsworth! | XML
44.[Lady Liberty] | XML
45."God Bless Our Country!" | XML
46.[American Eagle] | XML
47.Root Or Die | XML
48.United States of America | XML
49.[Jefferson Davis] | XML
50.True To The Stars And Stripes | XML
51.The Tomb and Shade of Ellsworth | XML
52.J.D | XML
53.Oregon | XML
54.Camp Dennison Near Cincinnati | XML
55.That Same Old Tune | XML
56.A Grave Wish | XML
57.Strayed | XML
58.Boar-egard | XML
59.Jeff Davis 'taking' Washington | XML
60.[Lady Liberty] | XML
61.Catch him catch him ha ha ha | XML
62.[American Flag] | XML
63.[Jefferson Davis] | XML
64.Too Late For Compromise | XML
65.Jeff. trying to tickle the British Lion with cotton | XML
66.Alabama Home Guards | XML
67.The Union Constitution Liberty and Laws!! | XML
68.[Lady Liberty] | XML
69.[Lady Liberty] | XML
70.Major General McClellan | XML
71.Cease, Viper, you bite a file | XML
72.[Winfield Scott] | XML
73.[American Eagle] | XML
74.Union | XML
75.Jeff. Davis | XML
76.New Hampshire | XML
77.Delaware | XML
78.[Nurse] | XML
79.Rebel | XML
80.[American Eagle] | XML
81.Arms of New York | XML
82.Gen. Lyon, of Missouri | XML
83.A Bird's Eye View Of The Great Southern Loan | XML
84.United Forever | XML
85.[Michael Corcoran] | XML
86.[Nathaniel Prentiss Banks] | XML
87.Loyal to the Union | XML
88.[American Eagle] | XML
89.[Nathaniel Prentiss Banks] | XML
90.Charter Oak | XML
91.Illinois | XML
92.[American Eagle] | XML
93.Jeff. And The Showman | XML
94.[Mushroom Fungus] | XML
95.[American Flag] | XML
96.[Lady Liberty] | XML
97.[Eagle and flag] | XML
98.General Banks | XML
99.A Southern Gorilla, (Guerilla) | XML
100.Col. Robert Anderson | XML
101.Arms of Illinois | XML
102.Strike for the memory of Washington! | XML
103.The Union Must And Shall Be Preserved | XML
104.[Governor Magoffin] | XML
105.[Lady Liberty] | XML
106.Pennsylvania | XML
107.Vermont | XML
108.The Defense of Charleston Harbor, including Fort Sumter and the Adjacent Islands, 1863-1865 | Johnson, John, 1829-1907 | XML
109.[Southern kite] | XML
110.In Union There Is Strength | XML
111.[Quakers] | XML
112.Pirate | XML
113.E Pluribus Unum | XML
114.Our Women in the War | Dawson, Francis Warrington | XML
115.Uncle Sam sends his bird after Traitor Jeff | XML
116.Our Cause Is Just. Fight On Remember Ellsworth | XML
117.Marching Across Carolina: Read Before the Ohio Commandery of the Loyal Legion | Force, Manning Ferguson, 1824-1899. | XML
118.Nightmare | XML
119.One Hundred-Third Anniversary of the Battle of Fort Wagner (Morris Island) and the Massachusetts 54th Regiment, July 18, 1863 - July 18, 1966 | XML
120.[Jefferson Davis] | XML
121.Missouri | XML
122.Union | XML
123.Old Secesh | XML
124.Didn't I tell you so? Jeff. Davis | XML
125.[George Washington] | XML
126.No. 26 Ruins of Charleston Lighthouse | Haas & Peale | Haas, Philip, fl. 1837-1863 | XML
127.[A good choke] | XML
128.No. 29 Battery Stevens | Haas & Peale | Haas, Philip, fl. 1837-1863 | XML
129.No. 23 Battery Meade | Haas & Peale | Haas, Philip, fl. 1837-1863 | XML
130.No. 38 300-pounder Parrot Rifle | Haas & Peale | Haas, Philip, fl. 1837-1863 | XML
131.No. 27 Battery Reno | Haas & Peale | Haas, Philip, fl. 1837-1863 | XML
132.No. 34 30 - Pounder Battery in Fort Putnam | Haas & Peale | Haas, Philip, fl. 1837-1863 | XML
133.No. 37 Battery Hays | Haas & Peale | Haas, Philip, fl. 1837-1863 | XML
134.No. 2 Scene on Folly Island | Haas & Peale | Haas, Philip, fl. 1837-1863 | XML
135.No. 43 Fort Sumter, August 23, 1863 | Haas & Peale | Haas, Philip, fl. 1837-1863 | XML
136.No. 19 Beacon House | Haas & Peale | Haas, Philip, fl. 1837-1863 | XML
137.[Winfield Scott] | XML
138.Miss. Ouri | XML
139.General Boar-A-Guard, On Duty | XML
140.Unique Fight in the Stono. Memorable Capture of the Gunboat Isaac P. Smith | Dunnell, Elbridge Gerry, 1845-1905. | XML
141.Star Of The North, Or The Comet of 1861 | XML
142.Col. Anderson | XML
143.Recollections of the War, 1861-1865 [by] Mrs. Mary S. Whilden, Charleston, S.C., April, 1887 | Whilden, Mary S. | XML
144.Jeff Davis | XML
145.[George Washington] | XML
146.[Jefferson Davis in stocks] | XML
147.Utah | XML
148.J.D | XML
149.New York | XML
150.Maine | XML
151.One Flag And One Government | XML
152.Christ Church, February 1865, Cartes-de-visite | Wearn, Richard, 1826-1874 | XML
153.[Elmer Ellsworth] | XML
154.[Lady Liberty] | XML
155.Letter, 27 August 1867 | Odom, Samuel J. | XML
156.Letter, 12 May 1863 | Crawford, John Alexander, 1839-1910 | XML
157.Col. Ellsworth | XML
158.Letter, c. Nov. 1863 | Jenkins, Micah, 1835-1864 | XML
159.Massachusetts | XML
160.[Lady Liberty] | XML
161.William King Easley speech, Dec. 1860, re S.C.'s right to secede | Easley, William King, 1825-1872 | XML
162.Letter, 7 May 1863 | Daniel, Virginia Lowndes | XML
163.[American Eagle] | XML
164.Letter, 13 July 1863 | Harlee Family | XML
165.Letter, 14 April 1861 | Jenkins, Micah, 1835-1864 | XML
166.The Whole World In Commotion | XML
167.The Union Forever | XML
168.Letter, 7 April 1863 | Cheves, Langdon, 1814-1863 | XML
169.Letter, 28 Dec. 1860 | Black, William Claiborne, ca. 1807-1879 | XML
170.Letter, 15 April 1861 | Ivey, Edward E. | XML
171.Letter, 7 Sept[ember] 1863 | Jones, William H., b. ca. 1830 | XML
172.[American Flag] | XML
173.[Secession hobby horse] | XML
174.Letter, 28 July 1861 | Tarrant, Robert Benson, 1836-1921 | XML
175.Letter, 12 July 1863 | Upton, Orrville, b. 1843 | XML
176.[Treacherous hound] | XML
177.15 Sept[ember] 1863 | XML
178.Union and Liberty | XML
179.Letter, 11 July 1863 | Perry, Mr. (William Hayne), 1839-1902 | XML
180.Letter, 15 Sept[ember] 1863 | Johnson, William Holt, b. 1832 | XML
181.17 March 1864 | Cornell, Richard M. | XML
182.[Cotton] | XML
183.Letter, 24 July 1861 | Tinkler, James C. | XML
184.Letter, 20 Dec. 1860, from Foster to "My Dear Son," re South Carolina's secession from the Union | Foster, Barham Bobo, 1817-1897 | XML
185.[George Washington] | XML
186.Georgia | XML
187.Sea Island Lands: St. Helena Parish and Its Citizens: a Few Chapters from a Faithful Unpublished History of the War of Secession | DeTreville, Richard, 1833-1869. | XML
188.Whole Or None | XML
189.Letter, 10 July 1863 | XML
190.Letter, 10 April 1861 | XML
191.Our Cause Is Just. Fight On Remember Ellsworth | XML
192.Letter, 8 March [1863] | Abell, Jared Andrus, 1832-1864 | XML
193.To Dixie's Land | XML
194.C.S.A | XML
195.Southern Aristocracy | XML
196.Letter, 13 Sept. 1863 | Middleton, Williams | XML
197.Letter, 10 July 1863 | Wesley [Watson] | XML
198.One People One Government | XML
199.Letter, 8 July 1863 | Faulkner, William L., d. 1864 | XML
200.[Lady Liberty] | XML
201.Letter, 8 March [1863] | Abell, Jared Andrus, 1832-1864 | XML
202.Letter, 21 June 1863 | McGee, John L., d. 1864 | XML
203.Col. Anderson | XML
204.Letter, 7 April [1863] | L[angdon] C[heves] | XML
205.Why Don't You Take It! | XML
206.Letter, 15 July 1862 | Dodson Family | XML
207.Connecticut | XML
208.Letter, 6 August 1863 | Abell, Jared Andrus, 1832-1864 | XML
209.Letter, 21 Dec. 1860 | Davis, Henry Campbell, 1823-1886 | XML
210.Letter, 18 May 1863 | Burn, Henry C. | XML
211.[Cannon] | XML
212.Letter, 7 July 1863 | Kerrison, Edwin, 1841-1864 | XML
213.Poem, July 1863 | Lowry, Samuel Catawba, 1845-1864 | XML
214.15 September 1863 General Orders | Gillmore, Quincy Adams, 1825-1888 | XML
215.Letter - AL, 18 May [18]63, Camp Longstreet, Virginia, [Henry C. Burn] to his mother [Susan Louisa Roberts Burn] partial letter describing the funeral of Stonewall Jackson. Burn Family Papers. | Henry C. Burn | XML
216.If God Is With Us, Who Shall Stand Against Us? | XML
217.Letters - MP, 21 June 1863, Head-Quarters, Army [of] Northern V[irgini]a, printed copy of General Order No. 72 issued by Robert E. Lee detailing regulations for procuring supplies while in the enemy's country. Wardlaw Family Papers. | XML
218.Letter, 19 July 1863, from William L. Faulkner, Rankin County, Miss., to his wife | Faulkner, William L., d. 1864 | XML
219.Soldier's Chapel (Beaufort, S.C.) MS, Oct. 1864 | XML
220.Letter, 28 June 1862 | XML
221.Loyal | XML
222.Letter, 30 July 1863 | XML
223.Letter, 3 July 1862 | McCrary, Matthew Calhoun, 1834-1908 | XML
224.Letter, 25 July 1861 | Jenkins, Micah, 1835-1864 | XML
225.If I cannot fight, I can feed those who do. | XML
226.Letter, 31 October 1863 | Harris, David Bullock | XML
227.Letter, 26 June 1862 | Capers, Ellison, 1837-1908 | XML
228.Letter, 3 September 1862 | McCrary, Matthew Calhoun, 1834-1908 | XML
229.Rhode Island | XML
230.[Elmer Ellsworth] | XML
231.Letter, 25 September 1863 | XML
232.""Young America." | XML
233.Letter, 24 August 1863 | Banks, William, 1814-1875 | XML
234.Letter, 29 September 1863 | Cusack, Thomas W. | XML
235.We are all here. | XML
236.Sly-Fox Scott taking Jeff Monkey's Last Trump | XML
237.Letter, 27 July 1861 | XML
238.The Innocent Cause of all the trouble. | XML
239.Letter, 18 June 1862 | Cheves, Langdon, 1814-1863. | XML
240.Letter, 22 December 1860 | [J.S. Sims] | XML
241.Letter, 15 April 1861 | Lieber, Francis, 1800-1872 | XML
242.John Brown. | XML
243.Letter, 17 July 1863 | Nagel, Percy | XML
244.[George Washington] | XML
245.Letter, 17 July 1861 | Manning, John L. (John Lawrence), 1816-1889 | XML
246.Letter, 17 September 1863 | Fripp, William, 1815-1861 | XML
247.Gen. Beauregard, And His Lady Love | XML
248.Letter, 9 July 1863 | Manning, John L. (John Lawrence), 1816-1889 | XML
249.Letter, 8 November 1862 | XML
250.Letter, 15 September 1863 | Johnson, William Holt, b. 1832 | XML
251.Columbia, Columbia, to glory arise. | XML
252.Letter, 13 April 1861 | Lieber, Francis, 1800-1872 | XML
253.Our Country | XML
254.Letter, 8 September 1863 | Abell, Jared Andrus, 1832-1864 | XML
255.Letter, 29 July 1861 | Jenkins, Micah, 1835-1864 | XML
256.Letter, 18 April 1861 | Lieber, Francis, 1800-1872 | XML
257.Our Union Right or Wrong | XML
258.Cotton Is King | XML
259.Letter, 2 November 1863 | Banks, William, 1814-1875 | XML
260.Letter, 26 October 1863 | XML
261.Letter, 8 May 1865 | Haines, Eugene T. | XML
262.Our hearts are with them. | XML
263.CSA. Army S.C. Infantry Regt. 1st Co. K | XML
264.To Washington Through Baltimore | XML
265.Letter, 1 February 1864 | Stephens, A. B. | XML
266.[Confederate States and Great Britain] | XML
267.Letter, 14-21 July 1863 | XML
268.Letter, 7 September 1863 | Honour, Theodore A. | XML
269.[Winfield Scott] | XML
270.Letter, 28 July 1861 | Fishburne, Robert | XML
271.Letter, 29 September 1863 | XML
272.The Great Seal of Maryland | XML
273.Letter, 1 August 1861 | XML
274.Letter, 8 February 1861 | Capers, Ellison, 1837-1908 | XML
275.Letter, 20 December 1860 | Tennent, Edward Smith | XML
276.God Save The Union. | XML
277.Letter, 27 November 1861 | XML
278.Letter, 20 December 1860 | Whitner Family | XML
279.Letter, 18 August 1862 | Yeadon, Richard, 1802-1870 | XML
280.Maine | XML
281.Letter, 25 July 1861 | Daniel, James M., d. 1863 | XML
282.Letter, 12 October 1863 | McLure, John William, 1831-1916 | XML
283.No Compromise with Traitors. | XML
284.Letter, 23 July 1863 | Banks, William, 1814-1875 | XML
285.The Federal Union | XML
286.Letters, 21 and 25 July 1861 | Melton, Samuel Wickliffe, 1830-1899 | XML
287.Letter, 15 October 1863 | Kershaw, Joseph Bernard | XML
288.Arms of North Carolina | XML
289.That Feed Won't Do. | XML
290.The Swamp Angel 26, May 1864 | XML
291.Letter, 18 June 1862 | Crawford, R. L., 1826-1863 | XML
292.What God Has Joined Let No Man Put Asunder | XML
293.Letter 1 July 1862 | XML
294.Letter, 20 July 1861 | [Ray, Thomas G.] | XML
295.Loyal | XML
296.Letter, 7 May 1863 | XML
297.Letter, 12 May 1863 | XML
298.[George Washington] | XML
299.Letter, 28 July 1861 (encl.) | Aiken, David Wyatt, 1828-1887 | XML
300.Letter, 1 September 1862 | Waring, Thomas S., d. 1894 | XML
301.Letter, 20 July 1863 | XML
302.Capt. Thomas' new position in the Naval Bureau | XML
303.Letter, 18 December 1862 | XML
304.[Lady Liberty] | XML
305.Letter, 3 October 1862 | Himrod, James | XML
306.Letter, 26 June 1862 | McCrary, Matthew Calhoun, 1834-1908 | XML
307.Letter, 8 August 1861 | Goodwin, Ralph S. | XML
308.A Northern Traitor. | XML
309.Letter, 18 December 1860 | Tennent, Edward Smith | XML
310.Loyal | XML
311.Letter, 8 Aug. [18]62 | Conner, Henry Calvin (1835-1883) | XML
312.Grand Victorious 'Return' march of the Rebels. | XML
313.Letter, 5 April 1864 | XML
314.Letter, 16 August 1863 | Cusack, Thomas W. | XML
315.[American Eagle] | XML
316.Letter 10 January 1864 | XML
317.War for the Union | XML
318.The Union Forever! | XML
319.Letter, 16 July 1863 | XML
320.Letter, 28 July 1861 | Aiken, David Wyatt, 1828-1887 | XML
321.Virginia. | XML
322.Letter, 2 August 1863 | McGee, John L., d. 1864 | XML
323.Letter, 19 July 1861 | Perry, Mr. (William Hayne), 1839-1902 | XML
324.[American Eagle] | XML
325.Letter, 24 December 1862 | Watson, Elizabeth Hutchinson | XML
326.Letter, 11 April 1862 | Daniel, William Lowndes, 1833-1863 | XML
327.Maj: Gen: Banks. | XML
328.Letter, 19 December [18]60 | Tennent, Edward Smith | XML
329.Letter, 2 November 1863 | Jenkins, John | XML
330.[American Flag] | XML
331.Letter, 2 August 1861 | Aiken, David Wyatt, 1828-1887 | XML
332.Letter, 24 February 1864 | Bacot, Ada W. (Ada White) | XML
333.Do Every Thing To Prevent Disunion | XML
334.Letter, 25 July 1861 | McLure, John William, 1831-1916 | XML
335.Letter, 10 August 1863 | Honour, Theodore A. | XML
336.Letter, 28 June 1862 | XML
337.Eastern Virginia Western Virginia | XML
338.Letter, 29 July 1861 | Perry, Mr. (William Hayne), 1839-1902 | XML
339.Letter, 28 September 1863 | Palmer Family Papers | XML
340.[American Eagle] | XML
341.Letter, 5 August 1863 | Hewitt, Charles L., b. 1844 | XML
342.Letter, 5 August 1863 | Birnie, William, Jr. | XML
343.[Winfield Scott and dog] | XML
344.Letter, 30 November 1863 | McGee, John L., d. 1864 | XML
345.Letter, 27 July 1861 | Daniel, James M., d. 1863 | XML
346.Letter, 2 November 1863 | Conner, Henry Calvin, 1835-1883 | XML
347.The way the Southern Loan was taken. | XML
348.Letter, 11 April 1861 | [J.S. Sims] | XML
349.Letter, 2 June 1862 | Conner, Henry Calvin (1835-1883) | XML
350.[Spider] | XML
351.Let Me Alone! | XML
352.Little Jeff In A Tight Place. | XML
353.[Winfield Scott] | XML
354.Letter, 2 June 1862 | Chew, F. T. | XML
355.[Jefferson Davis] | XML
356.Letter, 21 June 1862 | Cheves, Langdon, 1814-1863. | XML
357.Letter, 3 June 1862 | Sheppard, Thomas | XML
358.Letter, 16 June [18]62 | Johnson, William Holt, b. 1832 | XML
359.Major Gen. N. P. Banks | XML
360.Letter, 29 December 1860 | Richardson, Thomas E. (1848-1933) | XML
361.Letter, 10 August 1861 | Bradley, J. G. | XML
362.Miss. Ouri | XML
363.Letter, 27 July 1863 | Palmer Family Papers | XML
364.Letter, 30 June, 1863 | Crawford, David Hugh, 1845-1893 | XML
365.To Washington Through Baltimore | XML
366.Letter, 6 December 1861 | Seibels, John Jacob | XML
367.Letter, 7 July 1863 | XML
368.[Prince of wails] | XML
369.Letter, 2 September 1862 | Moore, Thomas John, 1843-1919 | XML
370.Letter, 28 September 1863 | XML
371.Letter, 24 March 1862 | Burnell, Henry L. | XML
372.[Lady Liberty] | XML
373.Letter, 24 December 1863 | [Williams, J. L.] | XML
374.Letter, 9 April 1861 | [J.S. Sims] | XML
375.Letter, 19 July 1863 | Nagel, Percy | XML
376.[Confederate soldier] | XML
377.Letter, 1 November 1863 | Banks, William, 1814-1875 | XML
378.Letter, 14 January 1863 | XML
379.Letter, 19 July 1863 | Faulkner, William L., d. 1864 | XML
380.Not A Star Must Fall | XML
381.J.D. putting his best foot foremost. | XML
382.Letter, 27 September 1863 | Palmer, J. B. | XML
383.Letter, 22 June 1862 | Sheppard, Benjamin, fl. 1861 | XML
384.Letter, 31 December 1860 | Chestnut-Manning-Williams Families | XML
385.Letter, 22 November 1863 | Rauch and Ramage Family Papers | XML
386.Letter, December 30, 1862 | Lee, J. D. | XML
387.Broadside, 22, February 1862 | Davies, Thomas Jones, 1830-1902 | XML
388.Letter, 15 July 1861 | [Daniel, Americus G.] | XML
389.The latest Contraband of War. | XML
390.Letter, 2 June 1862 | Melton, Samuel Wickliffe, 1830-1899 | XML
391.Letter, 19 February 1862 | Heyward Family Papers | XML
392.Loyal | XML
393.[Elmer Ellsworth] | XML
394.[Sun] | XML
395.[The speaker of the house] | XML
396.[American Eagle] | XML
397.Why Don't You Take It! | XML
398.Comissioners of C.S.A. at the Foreign Courts. | XML
399.Arms of Tennessee. | XML
400.[Dance of death] | XML
401.[United States] | XML
402.[Union broth] | XML
403.Liberty and Union | XML
404.Scott's Extinguisher! | XML
405.Corn (not cotton.) Is King. | XML
406.Libby, Andersonville, Florence. The Capture, Imprisonment, Escape and Rescue of John Harrold, a Union Soldier in the War of the Rebellion... | Harrold, John | XML
407.Arkansas. | XML
408.[American Flag] | XML
409.[Jefferson Davis, John Bull and Yankee Doodle] | XML
410.New Jersey | XML
411.[Secession] | XML
412.Jeff. chewing the Secession Flag-Root | XML
413.Boar-egard Throwing Up Entrenchments. | XML
414.[Winfield Scott] | XML
415.[Lady Liberty] | XML
416.Pennsylvania. | XML
417.[The thieving scoundrels] | XML
418.Loyal to the Union | XML
419.[American Eagle] | XML
420.Where the Money went. | XML
421.Scott & Anderson | XML
422.Arms of Ohio. | XML
423.New-York | XML
424.[Winfield Scott] | XML
425.Union Forever! | XML
426.Agriculture manufactures fine arts. | XML
427.Delaware. | XML
428.Arms of Pennsylvania. | XML
429.The Washington Grape | XML
430."Infernal Machine," found at Washington. | XML
431.Arms of Massachusetts. | XML
432.[Winfield Scott] | XML
433.The Upshot of Secession. | XML
434.[Benjamin Franklin] | XML
435.Why Don't You Take It! | XML
436.[Lady Liberty] | XML
437.The Southern Army as it will appear When it enters Washington. | XML
438.Jeff Davis' Doom | XML
439.[Fight over Washington bone] | XML
440.[Jefferson Davis' loan] | XML
441.[Lady Liberty] | XML
442.Loyal | XML
443.Lieutenant General Winfield Scott. | XML
444.Vermont. | XML
445.[Gustave Toutant Beauregard] | XML
446.Union Forever! | XML
447.[Lady Liberty] | XML
448.Jeff. Davis. Taken From Life. | XML
449.Liberty & Union For Ever & Ever | XML
450.The First Blood. | XML
451.[Soldiers and devils] | XML
452.Arms of Oregon. | XML
453.California. | XML
454."Safely Guard our Sacred Birthright." | XML
455.A. L. | XML
456.Stories of the Confederacy | Brooks, Ulysses Robert, 1846-1917, ed. | XML
457.[Jefferson Davis in prison] | XML
458.Wisconsin | XML
459.Arms of Kentucky. | XML
460.The Union Game Cock and Secession Shanghae | XML
461.Sumter | XML
462.Illinois. | XML
463.Poor Old Simple Virginia | XML
464.The Union Now & Forever | XML
465.Secession | XML
466.Arms of Vermont. | XML
467.Miss. Ouri | XML
468.Rhode Island. | XML
469.Secessionists leaving the Union | XML
470.[American Eagle] | XML
471.Camp Life of a Confederate Boy, of Bratton's Brigade, Longstreet's Corps, C.S.A.: Letters Written by Lieut. Richard Lewis, of Walker's Regiment, to His Mother, during the War; Facts and Inspirations of Camp Life, Marches, &c. | Lewis, Richard | XML
472.Plan of Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor, S.C.: as originally designed, and as completed in 1861 | United States. War Dept | XML
473.Map of United States Military Railroads: showing the Rail Roads Operated During the War from 1862-1866 as Military Lines Under the Direction of Bvt. Brig. Gen. D.C. McCallum.: showing the rail roads operated during the war from 1862-1866 as military lines under the direction of Bvt. Brig. D.C. McCallum | Bien, Julius, 1826-1909 | XML
474.Marshall Kane, of Baltimore | XML
475.Map of the Seat of War in South Carolina and Georgia | Evans & Cogswell | XML
476.Colton's South Carolina | Colton, J. H. (Joseph Hutchins), 1800-1893 | XML
477.Kentucky. | XML
478.Civil War Photograph Album, Philip Haas and Washington Peale | Haas, Philip photographer | Peale, Washington photographer | XML
479.It floats again in South Carolina. | XML
480.[Union shoe] | XML
481.Liberty and Union | XML
482.[American Eagle] | XML
483.[American Eagle] | XML
484.Our Country | XML
485.The New Quaker Bonnet, 1861 | XML
486.Jeff The Dictator | XML
487.Loyal | XML
488.Iowa. | XML
489.The Massachusetts Pine. | XML
490.A Confederated Chicken after the Cock of the Walk, (Uncle Sam.) Gets done with him. | XML
491.Alabama. | XML
492.Diary, 1861 July 24-1862 Apr. 9. | Head, John M., 1829-1884 | XML
493.[Elmer Ellsworth] | XML
494.Gen. Hunter | XML
495.[Eagle and vipers] | XML
496.Our Commander-In-Chief | XML
497.[Lady Liberty] | XML
498.Jeff | XML
499.[Arm and Hammer] | XML
500.South Carolina, and her Litter. | XML
501.[Quakers] | XML
502.[Lady Liberty] | XML
503.A Pair Of Spectacles | XML
504.[Davis and Scott playing pool] | XML
505.Ohio. | XML
506.The Strong Arm of the North | XML
507.Florida. | XML
508.[Jefferson Davis] | XML
509.Union Forever | XML
510.The persuasive eloquence of the Sunny South. | XML
511.History of Company B, Twenty-first Regiment (Infantry) South Carolina Volunteers: Confederate States Provisional Army. | Dubose, Henry Kershaw | XML
512.Contraband Of War, Or, Volunteer Sappers And Miners From The F.F.V. | XML
513.[American Flag] | XML
514.Southern Confederacy. | XML
515.One of the F.F.V's after his Contraband. | XML
516.North Carolina. | XML
517.New York. | XML
518.Gen. Scott killing the Secession Hydra | XML
519.Frederick Bischoff journal, 1861-1863 | Bischoff, Frederick, fl. 1863 | XML
520.Florida. | XML
521.[George Washington] | XML
522.Secession Web | XML
523.Not A Star Must Fall. | XML
524.[Secession tea] | XML
525.Jeff. And His Pet. | XML
526.1776 | XML
527.The End of Rebellion-a painful Tail. | XML
528.[Arm and Hammer] | XML
529.Victory is Ours. | XML
530.Arms of Connecticut | XML
531.Union! | XML
532.[Lady Liberty] | XML
533.Capitol at Washington | XML
534.[George Washington] | XML
535.The Union. | XML
536.Liberty and Union Now and Forever, One and Inseperable! | XML
537.[American Flag] | XML
538.The New Quaker Bonnet, (stars and stripes pattern,) 1861. | XML
539.Maryland. | XML
540.[Lady Liberty] | XML
541.Journal, Sue McDowell papers | McDowell, Sue, fl. 1861 | XML
542.Letter, 29 June 1862 | McCrary, Matthew Calhoun, 1834-1908 | XML
543.Union Forever | XML
544.Eastern Virginia Western Virginia | XML
545.[Encircled star] | XML
546.[American Eagle] | XML
547.Arms of Maine. | XML
548.Massachusetts. | XML
549.Photograph Album, Suzanne Mandeville Sparks Keitt | Keitt, Suzanne Mandeville Sparks, 1834-1915 | XML
550.Southern Ass-Stock-Crazy | XML
551.Letter, 28 May 1861 | XML
552.Mother is the Battle Over? | Roefs, Benedict | XML
553.To Dixie's Land | XML
554.The Switzer's Farewell | Mengis, Herr | XML
555.Wait Till the War, Love, is Over | Burton, J. W. | Andrews, A. J. | XML
556.An Original Secessionist | XML
557.When the Swallows Homeward Fly | Abt, Franz (1819-1885) | XML
558.Battery Wagner Polka Mazurka | Newman, Edmond (composer) | XML
559.The Union Must And Shall Be Preserved | XML
560.Take Me Home | Schreiner, Hermann L. | XML
561.O Give Me a Home By the Sea | Hosmer, E. A. | XML
562.J.D. | XML
563.Battle of Port Royal or the Bombardment of Forks Walker & Beauregard | Grobe, Charles (composer) | XML
564.Liberty & Union Now & Forever | XML
565.Rock Me to Sleep, Mother | Hewitt, John Hill, 1801-1890 | Allen, Elizabeth Akers, 1832-1911 | XML
566.Grand Secession March | Caulfield, Thomas J. (composer) | XML
567.Virginia | XML
568.Who Will Care for Mother Now: A Ballad | Thompson, C. F. | XML
569.Stand By The Flag | XML
570.The Somnambulist's Song | Bellini, Vincenzo (1801-1835) | XML
571.The Cottage By the Sea | Thomas, J. R. (John Rogers), 1830-1896 | XML
572.Liuet. John T. Greble | XML
573.[American eagle] | XML
574.[Soldier] | XML
575.Dixie War Song | Stanton, H. S. | Blackmar, A. E. (Armand Edward), 1826-1888 | XML
576.Motto of Wilson's Zouaves | XML
577.Do They Miss Me at Home | Grannis, S. M. | XML
578.I See Her Still in My Dreams | Foster, Stephen Collins (1826-1864) | XML
579.[Soldier with flag] | XML
580."Contraband" of Port Royal | Mayer, Ferdinand (composer) | XML
581.Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still | Wrighton, W. T. (William Thomas), 1816-1880 | Carpenter, Joseph Edwards, 1813-1885 | XML
582.[Soldier with flag] | XML
583.A Song Composing the Marches of Major Merriwether's Battalion | Howard, William (composer) | XML
584.Let Me Kiss Him for His Mother: Song and Chorus as Performed by Ordway's olians and Other Popular Bands | Ordway, John P. (John Pond), 1824-1880 | XML
585.[Soldier with flag; woman seated] | XML
586.Lorena | Webster, Joseph Philbrick, 1819-1875 | Webster, H. D. L. (Henry De Lafayette), 1824-1896 | XML
587.Chicora--The Original Name of Carolina | Hatschek, A. (composer) | XML
588.[Sailing Ship] | XML
589.Palmetto State Song | Robinson, G. O. (George O.) | XML
590.[Soldier with flag] | XML
591.Southern Rights Polka | Ripley, Edward L. (composer) | XML
592.Lorena | Webster, Joseph Philbrick, 1819-1875 | Webster, H. D. L. (Henry De Lafayette), 1824-1896 | XML
593.[Soldier with flag] | XML
594.Lula is Gone! | Foster, Stephen Collins (1826-1864) | XML
595.The Beauregard Manassas Quickstep | Noir, A. (composer) | XML
596.Death To Traitors! | XML
597.Dear Mother I'll Come Home Again | Wilson, Fred | XML
598.All Quiet Along the Potomac Tonight | Hewitt, John Hill, 1801-1890 | XML
599.[Soldier with flag] | XML
600.What Are the Wild Waves Saying: The Popular Duett Between Paul and Florence, in ""Dombey & Son"" | Glover, Stephen, 1813-1870 | Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870 | XML
601.All Quiet Along the Potomac Tonight | Hewitt, John Hill, 1801-1890 | Fontaine, Lamar, 1829-1921 | XML
602.Arms of Oregon | XML
603.From the Hammer to the Sabre | XML
604.Ben Bolt, or, Oh! Don't You Remember | Kneass, Nelson | English, Thomas Dunn, 1819-1902 | XML
605.[Unarmed soldier with flag] | XML
606.Gentle Nettie Moore | Pierpont, James (1822-1893) | XML
607.Paul Vane, or, Lorena's Reply | Webster, Joseph Philbrick, 1819-1875 | Webster, H. D. L. (Henry De Lafayette), 1824-1896 | XML
608.[Soldier on horseback] | XML
609.There's Life in the Old Land Yet | Eaton, E. O. (Edward O.), 19th cent. | Randall, James Ryder, 1839-1908 | XML
610.Reconstruction Grand March | Young, Charles (composer) | XML
611.Union and the Constitution | XML
612.When Sherman Marched Down to Sea | Mack, E. (composer) | XML
613.No One to Love | Harvey, Wm. B. (William B.) | Richardson, A. H. G. | XML
614.[Shield] | XML
615.The Prisoner's Lament | Becker, O. | XML
616.Let Me Kiss Him For His Mother | Ordway, John P. (John Pond), 1824-1880 | XML
617.[Soldier] | XML
618.Freedom's Muster-Drum: As Sung by Mr. Sloman | Hewitt, John Hill, 1801-1890 | XML
619.We May Be Happy Yet: From the Daughter of St. Mark | Balfe, M. W. (Michael William), 1808-1870 | Bunn, Alfred, 1796?-1860 | XML
620.[Sailor with flag] | XML
621.The Yellow Rose of Texas | XML
622.When Upon the Field of Glory: An Answer to When This Cruel War is Over | Schreiner, Hermann L. | Hewitt, John Hill, 1801-1890 | XML
623.Forward! | XML
624.Kiss Me Before I Die, Mother | Ilsley, E. Clarke | Corr, Joseph M. | XML
625.When This Cruel War is Over | Tucker, Henry, 1826?-1882 | XML
626.[Soldier with flag] | XML
627.No Compromise with Traitors | XML
628.[Arkansas] | XML
629.[Soldier with flag] | XML
630.[George Washington] | XML
631.Some Reminiscences of a Confederate Soldier: Edwin Calhoun, Company C, 6th South Carolina Calvary, Confederate States of America | Calhoun, Edwin. | XML
632.Letter, 14 January 1863 | Lee, J. D. | XML
633.[Soldier with flag] | XML
634.Letter, 5 June 1862 | Melton, Samuel Wickliffe, 1830-1899 | XML
635.[Zouave with flag] | XML
636.Christ Episcopal Church, Columbia, S.C.: 186u. | Wearn, Richard, 1826-1874 | XML
637.Hill, Ambrose Powell, 1825-1865: 186u. | XML
638.Mr. Clarkson's House, formerly Ex Governor Hammonds, Columbia, S.C.: 186u. | Wearn, Richard, 1826-1874 | XML
639.Butler, Benjamin Franklin, 1818-1893.: 186u. | XML
640.[Unarmed soldier with flag] | XML
641.Charleston Prisoners Jail-1865. | Masury, S., photographer. | XML
642.Possibly Erastus Hubbard's Studio, Beaufort, S.C.: 186u. | Hubbard, Erastus, photographer | XML
643.Beaufort, S.C.: 186u. | Hubbard and Mix (Beaufort, S.C.) (Firm) | XML
644.Contraband barricade | XML
645.New Street, Beaufort, S.C.: 186u. | Hubbard and Mix (Beaufort, S.C.) (Firm) | XML
646.Wade Hampton III, 1818-1902: 186u. | E. and H. T. Anthony (Firm) | XML
647.Bay St. Mansion, Beaufort, S.C.: 186u. | Hubbard and Mix (Beaufort, S.C.) (Firm) | XML
648.[American Flag] | XML
649.Fred Babcock: 186u. | Quinby and Company (Charleston, S.C.) | XML
650.Residence of General Rufus Saxton, USA, Beaufort, S.C.: 186u. | Hubbard and Mix (Beaufort, S.C.) (Firm) | XML
651.General Beauregard.: 186u. | Dexter, Elias. | XML
652.Ruins-Washington St. M. E. Church, Columbia, S.C.: 186u. | Wearn, Richard, 1826-1874 | XML
653.[Zouave with flag] | XML
654.R.W. Gibbes, M.D., Surgeon General, S.C.: 186u. | Quinby and Company (Charleston, S.C.) | XML
655.Captain Ketchum, With the compliments of the ladies of "Old Fort." February 25th, 1866.: 186u. | Hubbard and Mix (Beaufort, S.C.) (Firm) | XML
656.Light House on Fort Sumpter: 186u. | Quinby and Company (Charleston, S.C.) | XML
657.[Zouave with flag] | XML
658.State Armory, Arsenal Hill, Columbia, S.C.: 186u. | Wearn, Richard, 1826-1874 | XML
659.Catholic Convent, Columbia, S.C.: 186u. | Wearn, Richard, 1826-1874 | XML
660.Mrs. Mathews House-struck by shells, Columbia, S.C.: 186u. | Wearn, Richard, 1826-1874 | XML
661.[Star and shield] | XML
662.Ft. Moultrie, Charleston, S.C.: 186u. | Osborn's Gallery photographer. | XML
663.William Reynolds, U.S. Navy: 186u. | Cooley, Sam A. (Samuel A.), photographer. | XML
664.Hampton, Wade, III, 1818-1902; : 186u. | XML
665.General View of Main Street from State House, Columbia, S.C.: 186u. | Wearn, Richard, 1826-1874 | XML
666.Kansas | XML
667.Don't give up the Ship | XML
668."Take Care Gilmore, you'll knock my brains out." cartoon caption: 186u | XML
669.Letter, 11 July 1863 | Aiken, David Wyatt, 1828-1887 | XML
670.Bridge Over the Congaree River, Columbia, S.C.: 186u | Wearn, Richard, 1826-1874 | XML
671.[Soldier with flag] | XML
672.Magnolia Hotel, Beaufort, S.C.: 186u./Lieutenant Fairfax: 186u | XML
673.View of Corner of Main and Laurel Street, Columbia, S.C.: 186u | Wearn, Richard, 1826-1874 | XML
674.Beaufort, bank, West & Bay streets: 186u | Hubbard and Mix (Beaufort, S.C.) (Firm) | XML
675.[Zouave with flag] | XML
676.Means, John Hugh, 1812-1862: 186u | XML
677.Freight Depot of South Carolina Railroad, Columbia, S.C.: 186u | Wearn, Richard, 1826-1874 | XML
678.Beaufort, S.C.?: 186u | Hubbard and Mix (Beaufort, S.C.) (Firm) | XML
679.[Unarmed soldier with flag] | XML
680.Jail, Columbia, S.C.: 186u | Wearn, Richard, 1826-1874 | XML
681.Beauregard, Pierre Gustave Toutant, 1818-1893.: 186u | Quinby and Company (Charleston, S.C.) | XML
682.Ruins-Ebenezer Lutheran Church, Columbia, S.C.: 186u | Wearn, Richard, 1826-1874 | XML
683.Presbyterian Lecture Room, Columbia, S.C.: 186u | Wearn, Richard, 1826-1874 | XML
684.[George Washington] | XML
685.Hunts House, Columbia, S.C.: 186u | Wearn, Richard, 1826-1874 | XML
686.Offices of S.C. Rail Road, Columbia, S.C.: 186u | Wearn, Richard, 1826-1874 | XML
687.View of Main Street, looking toward State House, Columbia, S.C.: 186u | Wearn, Richard, 1826-1874 | XML
688.[Soldier with flag] | XML
689.Detriville House, Beaufort, S.C.: 186u | Hubbard, Erastus photographer. | XML
690.Evans & Cogwell Printing Establishment, Columbia, S.C.: 186u. | Wearn, Richard, 1826-1874 | XML
691.picture: 186u | E. and H. T. Anthony (Firm) | XML
692.[Soldier with flag] | XML
693.View of Main Street, looking north toward State House, Columbia, S.C.: 186u | Wearn, Richard, 1826-1874 | XML
694.Residence of Dr. Gibbs, Surgeon General of S.C., Columbia, S.C.: 186u | Wearn, Richard, 1826-1874 | XML
695.Thomas Rhett House. Beaufort, S.C.: 186u | Hubbard and Mix (Beaufort, S.C.) (Firm) | XML
696.Captain John M. Thompson, 1st South Carolina Volunteers: 186u | Cooley, Sam A. (Samuel A.), photographer. | XML
697.[Soldier with flag] | XML
698."The Fight for the Rifle-Pits in front of Battery Wagner" | XML
699."The Secession Movement - Entrance Hall to an Hotel at Charleston, South Carolina" | XML
700."The War in America: Charleston, from Fort Johnson" and "The War in America: The Defences of Charleston looking Seaward" | XML
701."The Entrance to Charleston Harbour, with its Defences" | XML
702."The Interior of Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbour, after a continuous Bombarbment by the Federal Batteries on Morris Island" | XML
703."Guerre D'Amérique - Passage d'une troupe de partisans du Sud dans la ville de Gosport" | XML
704."Plan of Charleston, South Carolina, Harbour and Vicinity" | T. Ettling | XML
705."The War in America: Scene at Fort Moultrie during the Bombardment of Charleston" | XML
706."États-Unis - Combat Naval devant Charleston entre la Flotte Fédérale de Blocus et les Steamers Confédérés" | Le Breton | XML
707."Position of Fort Moultrie on Sullivan's Island" and "Christmas in Town" and "Christmas on the Sea-Shore. The Wreck" | Hugo Bosse | XML
708.[Soldier and eagle] | XML
709."The Floating Battery during the Attack on Fort Sumter" | XML
710."Family Worship in a Plantation in South Carolina" and "The War in America: The Federals Shelling the City of Charleston - Shell bursting in the Streets" | M. Jackson | XML
711."Arrival at Charleston of Volunteers from Louisiana" | M. Jackson | XML
712."The Iron-Clad Frigate, New Ironsides, and two Ericsson Batteries going into action at Charleston" | XML
713."St. Andrews Hall, Norwich, Recently Restored" and "The War in America: Scene Presented in the Ditch and on the Southern Slope of Fort Wagner, Charleston Harbour, The Morning after the Assault of July 18" | XML
714."Major Anderson, Late Commandant of Fort Sumter Charleston Harbour" | Thomas Nast | XML
715."South Carolina Field Officers Inspecting the New Works raised for the Protection of Charleston Harbor" and "United States Soldiery leaving Governor's Island at Night, to go South" | XML
716."Major Anderson's Interview with Colonel Wigfall through the Port-Hole of Fort Sumter" | XML
717."Bombardment of Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbour" and "Scene on board the Floating Battery in Charleston Harbour during the Bombardment of Fort Sumter" | W.H.P. | XML
718."Guerre D'Amérique - Distribution de vivres aux indigents sur la grande place de Charlestown" and "Guerre D'Amérique - Le Steamer curirassé l'Arkansas (sud) attaqué par le Tyler, le Carondelet et le Queen of the West" | M. Stanley and E. Roevens | XML
719.[Soldier] | XML
720."The Main Battery at Fort Sumter: Guns Bearing on Fort Moultrie and the Channel during the action of Friday, April 19" | XML
721."La Cuisine au Camp" and "Bataille de Dranesville (Virginie), Livée Le 20 Décembre 1861 and Le Jeu du Tourniquet" and "Événements D'Amérique - Navires Chargés de Pierres Coulés a L'entrée du Port de Charleston" | Le Breton | XML
722."The Steamer Columbia in Charleston Harbor, Bearing the Flag of the Southern Confederation" | XML
723."Événements d'Amérique - Attaque des Forts de Charleston par la Flotte Fédérale, Le 7 Avril" | Le Breton | XML
724."The Steam Cutter Harriet Lane, designed by authorities to proceed to Charleston" and "The Steamship Star bound for Charleston taking on board Marines on the Night of Jan. 5, 1861" and "The Secession Movement - Slaves engaged in building Batteries in Charleston Harbor" | XML
725."The Civil War in America: Attack by the Federal Ironclads on the Harbour Defences of Charleston, Three P.M. of the Seventh of April" and "The Civil War in America: Confederates sinking Torpedoes by Moonlight in the Harbour Channel, Charleston" and ""The Civil Ware in America: The Federal Ironclad Keokuk as she appeared on the Morning after the Fight"" | XML
726."Effect of the Shells on the Fleeing Confederate Forces in the Woods" and "Map of Hilton Head, showing its Topography" | XML
727."Attack upon Fort Sumter by The Southern Rebels. Fort Moultrie in the Foreground" | XML
728."The Hoisting of the Palmetto Flag in Charleston, S.C." | XML
729."The Civil War in America: Repairing Damages in the Casemates of Fort Sumter on the Night of the Attack" | XML
730.The Strong Arm of the North | XML
731.[Shield] | XML
732."Scene on the Dock at the Rip Raps. Generals Wool and Butler testing the Sawyer Gun and Projectile. A Shell Bursting in the Rebel Battery on Sewall's Point." | XML
733."Dress Parade and Review of the First Regiment, S.C. (Colored) Volunteers at Hilton Head, S.C., under Colonel Fessenden, U.S.A., June 25th, 1862" | XML
734."Guerre D'Amérique - Aspect actuel du fort Sumter après le dernier bombardment" | XML
735."The Last Delegation..." | XML
736."Major général Halleck..." | XML
737.[Soldier with flag] | XML
738."View of New Berne, N.C., from the Interior of Fort Thompson..." | XML
739."Scene of Negotiations between Generals Sherman and Johnston, April 18th, 1865..." | XML
740.""Shiloh Log Chapel, where the battle of Shiloh Commenced, April 6th, 1862"" and ""The New State House at Columbia, S.C."" | XML
741.[Soldier with flag] | XML
742."Palmetto Regiment Passing the Theater in Meeting Street, Charleston, S.C." | XML
743."Siege of Charleston - Portraits of the Federal Commanders, with views of the Operations" | XML
744."Confederate Cavalry returning from a Successful Raid in Pursuit of Fresh Horses and Provisions..." | XML
745.An Eminent Southern Clergyman, | XML
746."Portion of Charleston Exposed to the Fire of the Federal Fleet" | XML
747."The Confederates building Fortifications on James Island, S.C., under direction of General Beauregard, to repel the land attack of the Federal Troops" | XML
748."Departure of Dupont's Expedition from Beaufort" and "Confederate Rams Engaging the Blockading Fleet off Charleston" | XML
749.[Shield] | XML
750.[Soldier with flag] | XML
751.[Soldier with flag] | XML
752.[Zouave with flag] | XML
753.[Soldier with flag] | XML
754.[Soldier with flag] | XML
755.[Missouri] | XML
756.[Shield] | XML
757.[Soldier with flag] | XML
758.Washington via Baltimore | XML
759.[Soldier with flag] | XML
760.[American Flag] | XML
761.[Soldier on horseback] | XML
762.[Soldier with flag] | XML
763.U.S.A | XML
764.Long may it Wave | XML
765.[Soldier with flag] | XML
766.[Washwoman Davis] | XML
767.[Soldiers] | XML
768.[Soldier with flag] | XML
769.[Zouave with flag] | XML
770.The "Key" to the Southern Rebellion | XML
771.[American Flag] | XML
772.[Soldier with flag] | XML
773.U.S | XML
774.Hope | XML
775.[Soldier with flag] | XML
776.[Star and shield] | XML
777.[American Eagle] | XML
778.Our Country | XML
779.[Soldier with flag] | XML
780.[Soldier with flag] | XML
781.[Soldier with flag] | XML
782.Our Country | XML
783.[Soldier] | XML
784.[Pine and palm] | XML
785.[Soldier with flag] | XML
786.[Soldier on horseback] | XML
787.[Andrew Jackson] | XML
788.Longing for the White House | XML
789.""The Star Spangled Banner"" | XML
790.[Soldier with flag] | XML
791.[Shield] | XML
792.[Soldier with flag] | XML
793.[Soldier with flag] | XML
794.[Shield] | XML
795.[Soldier with flag] | XML
796.[Unarmed soldier with flag] | XML
797.[Soldier with flag] | XML
798.[American Flag] | XML
799.A King for the South | XML
800.[Soldier with flag] | XML
801.[Soldier with flag] | XML
802.[Massachusetts State House] | XML
803.[Soldier with flag] | XML
804.[Soldier] | XML
805.[Soldier with flag] | XML
806.[Soldier with flag] | XML
807.[Soldier] | XML
808.[Soldier with flag] | XML
809.[Crusader] | XML
810.Cotton Is King! | XML
811.""Wait 'Till The War Is Over"" | XML
812.[Crusader] | XML
813.Secession | XML
814.Floyd Off For The South | XML
815.Forward March to Richmond! | XML
816.5 To One Ha | XML
817.[Zouave with flag] | XML
818.[Soldier with flag] | XML
819.[Sailing Ship] | XML
820.Liberty | XML
821.[Soldier with flag] | XML
822.Maine | XML
823.Our Country's Defenders | XML
824.Union and the Constitution | XML
825.[Soldier with flag] | XML
826.[Soldier with flag] | XML
827.[Sailor with flag; woman seated] | XML
828.[Soldier with flag] | XML
829.[Soldier with flag] | XML
830.[Soldier with flag] | XML
831.April 19th 1775 April 19th 1861 | XML
832.[Soldier with flag, eagle and ship] | XML
833.The Union and the Constitution | XML
834.Young America Off For The War | XML
835.[Soldier with flag] | XML
836.Rally, Boys | XML
837.[Soldier with flag] | XML
838.[Soldier with flag] | XML
839.[Soldier with flag] | XML
840.[Soldier with flag] | XML
841.[Soldier with flag] | XML
842.[Soldier with flag] | XML
843.[Soldier and eagle] | XML
844.Union | XML
845.Excelsior | XML
846.Our Country's Defenders | XML
847.[Soldier with flag] | XML
848.[Soldier with flag] | XML
849.[Zouave with flag] | XML
850.Death Or Victory | XML
851.[Soldier with flag] | XML
852.[Soldier with flag] | XML
853.[Soldier with flag] | XML
854.[Soldier with flag] | XML
855.[Fasces] | XML
856.[Zouave with flag] | XML
857.[Soldier with flag] | XML
858.[Soldier with flag] | XML
859.[Soldier with flag] | XML
860.[Soldier with flag] | XML
861.[Sailing Ship] | XML
862.[Soldier with flag] | XML
863.[Soldier with flag] | XML
864.[Soldier with flag] | XML
865.[Soldier with flag] | XML
866.[Union Pill] | XML
867.[Cavalry] | XML
868.[Soldier with flag] | XML
869.[Zouave with flag] | XML
870.[Soldier with flag] | XML
871.[Soldier on flagpole] | XML
872.[Soldier with flag] | XML
873.[Soldier with flag] | XML
874.Charleston, S. C. 1871 | XML
875.[Soldier with flag] | XML
876.[Soldier with flag] | XML
877.The Reverses Of The C.S.A | XML
878.[General McClellan] | XML
879.Onward, Right Onward! | XML
880.[American Flag] | XML
881.[Shield] | XML
882.[Crusader] | XML
883.[Zouave with flag] | XML
884.Washington at thirty years of age | XML
885.The Whole Country | XML
886.[Shield] | XML
887.To The South:- | XML
888.[Doctor Scott] | XML
889.[Soldier and sailor] | XML
890.Our Country | XML
891.[Soldier with flag] | XML
892.[Soldier with flag] | XML
893.[Soldier with flag] | XML
894.[Hanged man] | XML
895.[Soldier with flag] | XML
896.[Soldier] | XML
897.[Soldier with flag] | XML
898.Liberty Or Death | XML
899.Stand By The Flag | XML
900.[Soldier with flag] | XML
901.The Young Volunteer | XML
902.[Soldiers] | XML
903.Young America Off For The War | XML
904.[Soldier with flag] | XML
905.Young America Off For The War | XML
906.[Soldier with flag] | XML
907.[Soldier with flag] | XML
908.[Soldier with flag] | XML
909.[Soldier with flag] | XML
910.Virginia begins the War | XML
911."The Flag Of Bunker Hill" | XML
912.[Soldier with flag] | XML
913.[Unarmed soldier with flag] | XML
914.[Soldier with flag] | XML
915.[Soldier on horseback] | XML
916.The War for the Union | XML
917.[Soldier with flag] | XML
918.[Zouave with flag] | XML
919.[The Gallant 69th of New York] | XML
920.[Flag and shield] | XML
921.[George McClellan] | XML
922.Wrapt in its folds Our Whole Country shines respondent through its Stars | XML
923.Onward! | XML
924.[Union supporters] | XML
925.[Soldier with flag] | XML
926.[Soldier with flag] | XML
927.[Soldier with flag] | XML
928.[Georgia state emblem] | XML
929.[Soldier on horseback] | XML
930.[Soldier with flag] | XML
931.[Eagle with shield] | XML
932.[Soldier with flag] | XML
933."Safely Guard our Sacred Birthright." | XML
934.[British and American flags] | XML
935.Up And At 'Em | XML
936.[American flag] | XML
937.[Angel] | XML
938.[Soldier with flag] | XML
939.[Soldier with flag] | XML
940.[Zouave soldier] | XML
941.[Bunker Hill Monument] | XML
942.Seceder | XML
943.[Soldier with flag] | XML
944.Time--1862 | XML
945.[Zouave soldier] | XML
946.[African American Soldiers] | XML
947.[Zouave soldier] | XML
948.The Nation's Emblems | XML
949.The Zouave Defender | XML
950.[Zouave soldier] | XML
951.Through Baltimore | XML
952.Victory | XML
953.[Zouave soldier] | XML
954.Liberty and Union Forever | XML
955.How about Washington? | XML
956.[American flag] | XML
957.[Soldier with flag] | XML
958.[American flag] | XML
959.[Soldier with flag] | XML
960.[Jefferson Davis] | XML
961.Stand By The Flag | XML
962.Louisiana's Lament | XML
963.[Soldier with flag] | XML
964.[American flag] | XML
965.[Soldier] | XML
966.The Quaker Bonnet of 1861 | XML
967.[Soldier with cannon and flag] | XML
968.The Real Secession Flag | XML
969.[American flag] | XML
970.[Union supporters] | XML
971.The Traitor's Doom | XML
972.[Two flags] | XML
973.[Clasped hands with flag and fasces] | XML
974.[Clasped hands with flag] | XML
975.Privateering under difficulties | XML
976.[Soldier with flag and cannon] | XML
977.[American Eagle] | XML
978.[American flag] | XML
979.[Elmer Ellsworth] | XML
980.We Fight For Our Country | XML
981.The Constitution For Ever | XML
982.Nil Desperandum | XML
983.[Three men] | XML
984.Success To Our Volunteers | XML
985.[George B. McClellan] | XML
986.[Zouave soldier] | XML
987.[Flag and cannon] | XML
988.Aid And Comfort For The Enemy | XML
989.[Soldier with flag] | XML
990.[Soldier] | XML
991.[American flag] | XML
992.[Flag and cannon] | XML
993.[Soldier with flag] | XML
994.Union | XML
995.[Soldier with flag] | XML
996.[Abraham Lincoln] | XML
997.[Wigfall] | XML
998.One Flag And One Government | XML
999.J.D | XML
1000.[George Washington] | XML
1001.[Zouave soldier] | XML
1002.Through to Washington! | XML
1003.Only One Flag And One Government | XML
1004.[Shield] | XML
1005.[Zouave soldier] | XML
1006.The [bark] Great West | XML
1007.The Great Seal of Maryland | XML
1008.Guards, Up And At Them | XML
1009.The Zouave Defender | XML
1010.Tennessee | XML
1011.Liberty And Union Now And Forever | XML
1012.[Soldier with flag] | XML
1013.State Of Oregon | XML
1014.[Zouave soldier] | XML
1015.[Soldier with flag] | XML
1016.[Soldier, Lady Liberty and the Devil] | XML
1017.Star of the West | XML
1018.United Forever | XML
1019.[Clasped hands with fasces] | XML
1020.[Shield] | XML
1021.[Elmer Ellsworth] | XML
1022.[Eagle with shield] | XML
1023.[Martha Washington] | XML
1024.Mount Vernon | XML
1025.[Soldier with flag] | XML
1026.[Zouave soldier] | XML
1027.The End of King Cotton | XML
1028.[Union supporters] | XML
1029.[Union supporters] | XML
1030.The downfall of Secession Treas-on! | XML
1031.Union | XML
1032.Indiana | XML
1033.[Lady Liberty] | XML
1034.[Soldier with flag] | XML
1035.[Soldier with flag] | XML
1036.Union | XML
1037.Union | XML
1038.[Flag and cannon] | XML
1039.Ms F. F. Virginia's Lament | XML
1040.[Three witches] | XML
1041.The Constitution And The Laws | XML
1042.[Soldier with flag] | XML
1043.To Washington Through Baltimore | XML
1044.[Lady Liberty] | XML
1045.[Flag and cannon] | XML
1046.[Soldier] | XML
1047.[American flag] | XML
1048.[American flag] | XML
1049.Iowa W | XML
1050.The War for the Union | XML
1051.[Unarmed soldier with flag] | XML
1052.Thinking Of Home | XML
1053.[Soldiers] | XML
1054.[Soldier leaning on gun] | XML
1055.Remember Ellsworth! | XML
1056.Seceder | XML
1057.Blood Money; Or How Southern Rebels Encourage Piracy | XML
1058.[Union supporters] | XML
1059.[Soldier with flag] | XML
1060.Stand By The Union | XML
1061.[Confederate cavalry] | XML
1062.Stand By It! | XML
1063.[Shield] | XML
1064.[Zouave soldier] | XML
1065.[Sailor with flag] | XML
1066.U.S. Mint | XML
1067.[American flag] | XML
1068.[Soldier with flag] | XML
1069.The War for the Union | XML
1070.[Soldier with flag] | XML
1071.We Must Keep All The Stars | XML
1072.[Fishing] | XML
1073.F. F. V. Calvary | XML
1074.[Monument to Theodore Winthrop] | XML
1075.[Soldier with flag] | XML
1076.[Men with flag] | XML
1077.Liberty & Union Now & Forever | XML
1078.United States Cavalry | XML
1079.E. Pluribus Unum | XML
1080.A Fireman Zouave putting out secession | XML
1081.[Soldier with flag] | XML
1082.Eagle Assurance | XML
1083.[Flag and cannon] | XML
1084.United | XML
1085.Bunker Hill | XML
1086.[Roman soldier] | XML
1087.[Lady Liberty] | XML
1088.[Winfield Scott and Jefferson Davis] | XML
1089.The Defenders of our Union | XML
1090.Our Flag Forever | XML
1091.The Union Must And Shall Be Preserved | XML
1092.[Winfield Scott] | XML
1093.[Soldier with flag] | XML
1094.[Jeff Davis and camel] | XML
1095.[Eagle and flag] | XML
1096.The Union for Ever | XML
1097.Liberty and Union | XML
1098.Success to our Cavalry | XML
1099.[American Flag] | XML
1100.[Wreath] | XML
1101.Through Richmond | XML
1102.[Soldier on horseback] | XML
1103.USA | XML
1104.The Zouave Defender | XML
1105.[Soldier with eagle and flag] | XML
1106.[Secessions states] | XML
1107.[General Beauregard] | XML
1108.To Washington Through Baltimore | XML
1109.[Zouave soldier] | XML
1110.Protect It | XML
1111.Here Lies | XML
1112.[Soldier with flag] | XML
1113.Victory | XML
1114.[Hanged man] | XML
1115.To Washington Through Baltimore | XML
1116.[Zouave soldier] | XML
1117.[Zouave soldier] | XML
1118.God And Our Native Land | XML
1119.Our Cause Is Just! | XML
1120.[Clasped hands with flag and fasces] | XML
1121.Our Glorious Union Forever | XML
1122.Battle Monument, Baltimore | XML
1123.The Zouave Defender | XML
1124.Victory | XML
1125.Long may it Wave | XML
1126.[American flag] | XML
1127.The Goddess of the C.S.A | XML
1128.United Forever | XML
1129.[Men with flag] | XML
1130.Long may it Wave | XML
1131.[Soldiers] | XML
1132.Scott | XML
1133.[Zouave soldier] | XML
1134.[Soldier with flag] | XML
1135.[Soldier with flag] | XML
1136.[Painter] | XML
1137.[Hanging Jefferson Davis] | XML
1138.The Union Volunteer | XML
1139.Guards, Up And At Them | XML
1140.[Eagle and flag] | XML
1141.[American flag] | XML
1142.[American flag] | XML
1143.The latest contraband of war | XML
1144.[American Flag] | XML
1145.[Monument to Theodore Winthrop] | XML
1146.[Soldier with flag] | XML
1147.[Soldier with flag] | XML
1148.[Soldier with flag] | XML
1149.The Lone Star's Lament | XML
1150.[Soldier with flag] | XML
1151.[Three men] | XML
1152.The War for the Union | XML
1153.Forward to Victory! | XML
1154.[Soldier with flag] | XML
1155.[Lady Liberty] | XML
1156.[Shield] | XML
1157.[Soldier with flag] | XML
1158.[Soldier with flag] | XML
1159.[Soldier] | XML
1160.[Union and Confederate flags] | XML
1161.[Union supporters] | XML
1162.[Zouave soldier] | XML
1163.[Zouave soldier] | XML
1164.Excelsior | XML
1165.[Soldier with flag] | XML
1166.[American Flag] | XML
1167.Our "Commissioner" to the Confederate States | XML
1168.[Eagle and rat] | XML
1169.Jeff uses Virginia as a cat's paw | XML
1170.[Missouri and secession soup] | XML
1171.Minnesota | XML
1172.Maj. Gen. N. P. Banks | XML
1173.Vermont | XML
1174.[Arm and Hammer] | XML
1175.Massachusetts Vs. South Carolina | XML
1176.The Long and Short Of It | XML
1177.[American Eagle] | XML
1178.A Warm Reception for Jeff. Davis | XML
1179.Arms of Louisiana | XML
1180.[African king] | XML
1181.Fac-Simile of the New Confederate Bond | XML
1182.Michigan | XML
1183.[Victoria rex] | XML
1184.[Robert Anderson] | XML
1185.New South newspaper : Port Royal & Beaufort, 1862-1866 | XML
1186.1862, August 30, Saturday | XML
1187.1863, August 29, Saturday | XML
1188.1866, August 25, Saturday | XML
1189.1862, August 23, Saturday | XML
1190.1866, August 11, Saturday | XML
1191.1865, August 5, Saturday | XML
1192.1863, April 25, Saturday | XML
1193.1866, September 29, Saturday | XML
1194.1864, October 15, Saturday | XML
1195.1866, June 16, Saturday | XML
1196.1865, June 3, Saturday | XML
1197.1865, July 22, Saturday | XML
1198.1863, January 17, Saturday | XML
1199.1864, January 16, Saturday | XML
1200.1864, January 2, Saturday | XML
1201.1864, February 27, Saturday | XML
1202.1864, February 20, Saturday | XML
1203.1863, February 7, Saturday | XML
1204.1862, December 27, Saturday | XML
1205.1863, December 19, Saturday | XML
1206.1862, December 6, Saturday | XML
1207.1863, December 5, Saturday | XML
1208.1864, December 3, Saturday | XML
1209.1865, April 22, Saturday | XML
1210.1863, August 1, Saturday | XML
1211.1863, April 18, Saturday | XML
1212.1862, October 25, Saturday | XML
1213.1863, January 31, Saturday | XML
1214.1864, September 3, Saturday | XML
1215.1864, March 26, Saturday | XML
1216.1864, October 8, Saturday | XML
1217.1866, September 1, Saturday | XML
1218.1865, May 6, Saturday | XML
1219.1863, August 8, Saturday | XML
1220.1863, July 18, Saturday | XML
1221.1864, April 23, Saturday | XML
1222.1865, May 20, Saturday | XML
1223.1865, May 13, Saturday | XML
1224.1863, June 6, Saturday | XML
1225.1863, May 30, Saturday | XML
1226.1863, May 2, Saturday | XML
1227.1863, March 28, Saturday | XML
1228.1862, March 15, Saturday | XML
1229.1863, October 3, Saturday | XML
1230.1863, November 28, Saturday | XML
1231.1863, September 19, Saturday | XML
1232.1863, October 24, Saturday | XML
1233.1863, October 17, Saturday | XML
1234.1863, November 6, Saturday | XML
1235.1863, November 21, Saturday | XML
1236.1863, November 14, Saturday | XML
1237.1863, June 20, Saturday | XML
1238.1862, November 22, Saturday | XML
1239.1862, November 15, Saturday | XML
1240.1862, November 1, Saturday | XML
1241.1862, November 8, Saturday | XML
1242.1862, October 4, Saturday | XML
1243.1862, September 20, Saturday | XML
1244.1862, September 13, Saturday | XML
1245.1862, September 6, Saturday | XML
1246.1864, April 23, Saturday | XML
1247.1864 April 2, Saturday | XML
1248.1862, October 18, Saturday | XML
1249.1864, January 9, Saturday | XML
1250.The Calvin Shedd papers : August 3, 1862-January 5, 1864 | Calvin Shedd papers, 1862-1864 | XML
1251.Letter, 1862 Sept. 14, 1862 Sept. 15, (Beaufort, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd] and Children, (South Reading, M.A.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1252.Letter, 1862 Sept. 16, 1862 Sept. 17, (Beaufort, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd], (South Reading, M.A.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1253.Letter, 1862 Sept. 21, 1862 Sept. 23, (Beaufort, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd] and Children, (South Reading, M.A.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1254.Letter, 1862 Sept. 26, (Beaufort, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd], (South Reading, M.A.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1255.Letter, 1862 Sept. 6, (Beaufort, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd], (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1256.Letter, 1862 Aug. 6, (Beaufort, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to My Dear Family [S. Augusta Shedd], (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1257.Letter, 1863 Aug. 12, 1863 Aug. 14, 1863 Aug. 15, (Hilton Head, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd] and Children, (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1258.Letter, 1863 Aug. 22, (Hilton Head, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd] and Children, (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1259.Letter, 1863 Aug. 3, 1863 Aug. 4, 1863 Aug. 5, (Folly Island, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd]. | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1260.Letter, 1863 July 14, (Folly Island, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd] and Children, (South Reading, M.A.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1261.Letter, 1863 July 29, (Folly Island, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd] and Children, (South Reading, M.A.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1262.Letter, 1863 July 3, (Folly Island, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd] and Children, (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1263.Letter, 1863 June 16, (Hilton Head, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd] and Children, (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1264.Letter, 1863 Oct. 2, (Hilton Head, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd], (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1265.Letter, 1863 Oct. 2, (Morris Island, S.C.), H.G. Webber to Calvin Shedd, (Hilton Head, S.C.). | Webber, H. G. | XML
1266.Letter, 1863 Oct. 8, 1863 Oct 9, (Hilton Head, S.C.) to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd], (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1267.Letter, 1863 Sept. 17, (Hilton Head, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd], (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1268.Letter, 1863 Sept. 18, (Hilton Head, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd], (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1269.Letter, 1863 Sept. 23, (Hilton Head, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd] and Children, (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1270.Letter, 1863 Sept. 24, (Hilton Head, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd], (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1271.Letter, 1863 Sept. 27, (Hilton Head, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd], (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1272.Letter, 1863 Sept. 30, (Hilton Head, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd] and Children, (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1273.Letter, 1863 Sept. 5, (Hilton Head, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd] and Children, (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1274.Letter, 1862 Aug. 16, (Beaufort, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd] and Children, (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1275.Letter, 1863 Sept. 8, (Hilton Head, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd], (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1276.Letter, 1863 Sept. 22, (Hilton Head, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd], (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1277.Envelope, 1862 Apr. 26, [Unknown], Calvin Shedd to Mrs. S. A[ugusta] Shedd, (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1278.Envelope, 1862 July 13, (Beaufort, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to S. Augusta Shedd, (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1279.Letter, 1864 Jan. 5, illegible to Calvin Shedd, (Hilton Head, S.C.). | illegible | XML
1280.Letter, 1862 Aug. 26, 1862 Aug. 28, (Beaufort, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd] and Children, (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1281.Letter, 1862 Aug. 29, 1862 Sept. 1, (Beaufort, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd] and Children, (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1282.Letter, 1862 Aug. 3, (Beaufort, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to My Dear Family [S. Augusta Shedd], (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1283.Letter, 1862 Aug. 7, (Beaufort, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Ones at Home [S. Augusta Shedd], (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1284.Letter, 1862 July 18, (Beaufort, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to [S. Augusta Shedd], (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1285.Letter, 1862 July 23, (Beaufort, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd] and Children, [Enfield, N.H.]. | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1286.Letter, 1862 July 29, (Port Royal Island, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Ones at Home [S. Augusta Shedd], [Enfield, N.H.]. | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1287.Letter, 1862 July 4, (Beaufort, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Mrs. Orderly Sergeant Shedd [S. Augusta Shedd] and Misses Orderly Sergeants, (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1288.Letter, 1862 July 7, (Beaufort, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Ones at Home [S. Augusta Shedd], (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1289.Letter, 1862 June 17, 1862 June 18, 1862 June 19, 1862 June 20, 1862 June 23, (Key West; Charleston, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd] and Children, (Enfield, N.H.) | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1290.Letter, 1862 Aug. 12, 1862 Aug. 13 (Beaufort, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd] and Children, (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1291.Letter, 1862 June 27, (Beaufort, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Wife [S. Augusta Shedd], (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1292.Letter, 1862 June 30, (Beaufort, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Family [S. Augusta Shedd], (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML
1293.Letter, 1862 Sept. 10, (Beaufort, S.C.), Calvin Shedd to Dear Mrs. Lieut [S. Augusta Shedd], (Enfield, N.H.). | Shedd, Calvin | XML