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Union General Rufus Ingalls driving a buggy with an African American child in the back seat and his dog on the ground to the right at City Point, Virginia, March 1865.
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Union General Rufus Ingalls driving a buggy with an African American child in the back seat and his dog on the ground to the right at City Point, Virginia, March 1865.

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Hand-colored portrait of two unidentified members of the Richmond Light Infantry Blues, a militia unit that fought in the Civil War as Company A of the 46th Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment, c. 1860.
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Hand-colored portrait of two unidentified members of the Richmond Light Infantry Blues, a militia unit that fought in the Civil War as Company A of the 46th Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment, c. 1860.

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American troops marching past the Houses of Parliament, London, c. 1918. Animated stereoview.

American troops marching past the Houses of Parliament, London, c. 1918. Animated stereoview.

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The presentation of Camille Vert’s unmanned steam powered and maneuverable dirigible named “Flying Fish” at the Palace of Industry in Paris, 1859.
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The presentation of Camille Vert’s unmanned steam powered and maneuverable dirigible named “Flying Fish” at the Palace of Industry in Paris, 1859.

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Two time-lapse photographs of a cock fight at Union General Orlando B. Willcox’s headquarters near Petersburg, Virginia, c. 1865.
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Two time-lapse photographs of a cock fight at Union General Orlando B. Willcox’s headquarters near Petersburg, Virginia, c. 1865.

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A Union soldier from the 31st Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment posing with his family in front of a tent near Fort Slocum in Washington, D.C., 1861. Animated stereoscopic photographs.
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A Union soldier from the 31st Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment posing with his family in front of a tent near Fort Slocum in Washington, D.C., 1861. Animated stereoscopic photographs.

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A closer view of an extremely damaged Fort Sumter while still under Confederate control which was taken from Union lines in Charleston Harbor, August 23, 1863. By Haas and Peale.

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Hand-colored photograph showing the last group of slaves sold at public auction in the Cheapside section of Lexington, Kentucky, c. 1861. The auction looks as though it is possibly in progress. The figures whose faces are colored brown look like they might be the slaves who are for sale and the crowd in front of them (nearer to the photographer) are interested buyers.

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A group of Union soldiers from Company G of the 71st New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment posing in front of a Sibley tent, 1861.
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A group of Union soldiers from Company G of the 71st New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment posing in front of a Sibley tent, 1861.

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"Picket Guard on the alert." A group of Union Zouaves from the 4th Michigan Volunteer Infantry Regiment posing as if fighting in combat. Animated stereoview.
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"Picket Guard on the alert." A group of Union Zouaves from the 4th Michigan Volunteer Infantry Regiment posing as if fighting in combat. Animated stereoview.

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