Sullivan's Island, S.C. Lieutenant Comdr. Edward Barrett and Lieutenant Cornelius N. Schoonmaker

Officers of the 1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery

Fort Moultrie, Sullivan's Island, Charleston, SC

Connecticut Artillery

Pulling Artillery - Civil War

Heavy Artillery

Civil War Fact: At Cold Harbor, Va., 7,000 Americans fell in 20 minutes.

HODGE, BYRON PERMANENT PROTUSION OF TONGUE CAUSED BY GUNSHOT WOUND. PVT, Company B, 17th New York VOLUNTEERS CIVIL WAR

Civil War Life - Washington, District of Columbia. Tent life of the 31st Penn. Infantry (later, 82d Penn. Inf.) at Queen's farm, vicinity of Fort Slocum

SCOTT, EDWARD INJURED SLAVE .Wounded 23 JULY 1865 REFERRED TO AS CONTRABAND. Slate reads "EdwardScott. Contraband. Case treated since July 23rd as photod. Nov. 15th/65."CIVIL WAR

General Sherman in Atlanta Georgia

Emelio Zapata

1860 Slaves on a S.C. Plantation. These look like they may be the Magnolia Plantation, just outside of Charleston. If yes, the cabins still stand are available for viewing. It's very moving.

Gunshot wound of left arm resulting in excision. Edwin M. Bostwick, 2nd New York Cavalry. Petersburg, VA, 1 April 1865.

I've never seen this image before...

Albert Sidney Johnston, Confederate general mortally wounded at Shiloh.

Fair Oaks, Virginia,vicinity. Federal battery. 1862

Gustav Schurmann Twelve-year-old who served in the Civil War as bugler and orderly to Generals Philip Kearny and Daniel Sickles. He served with the “Mozart Regiment,” which was made up of New York men. He also met and befriended Tad Lincoln.

This is a photo of the main guns, 10 pounder Parrott rifles, of the 1st New York Artillery, Pettit's Battery, near Richmond, Virginia. The photo was taken in 1862 by James Gibson.

1865 Civil War

Here for your perusal is a collectible photograph of Broadway Landing, Appomattox River, Virginia. Park of artillery. It was created in 1865. The photograph illustrates United States weapons in Civil War.