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Waiting To Press The Advantage
Wake Island
Walk Your Horses
Wall-Tents - Comparative Comfort On The Confederate Coast
Wallis and Futuna
Walls of houses of Wesel still stand,
War Department Officials And Clerks In War-Time
War Service Over - Military Telegraph Operators In Richmond, June, 1865
War Students Of Two Continents
War's Wreckage In The Shenandoah Valley
Warren
Warren Capers recommended for Silver Star.
Warrington
Washday In Winter-Quarters
Washing Dishes - Real Soldiering For A Confederate Of 1863
Washington Area
Washington in the Sixties, Ordanck Depot at City Point
Washington in the Sixties. Ordance Depot at City Point
Washington Livery Stable, 1865 - Where Booth Bought A Horse After Lincoln's Assassination
Washington parade of soldiers
Wasted Transportation
Watching Station: A Federal Cavalry Picket In '62 In Danger At The Time This Photograph Was Taken
Water Buffalo" (amphibious tanks) line up for invasion of Cape Sansapor at the western end of Dutch New Guinea.
Waterfront At Savannah, 1865
Waud At Headquarters, 1861
WAVES Display
WAVES Display
WAVES Uniform Items
WcfN General George S.
We built bridges where bridges couldn't be built.
We Can Do It.
We couldn't stick around long though.
We French workers warn you.
We here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain.
We were getting our second wind now and started flattening out that bulge.
Wearing a civilian hat salvaged along the way,
Weary Marines from Company H
Weihestunde der Hj vor dem Rathaus in Tomaschow am 11.
Well-Conditioned Mounts, Equipped For A Long Raid, 1862
Well-Groomed Officers Of The Thirteenth New York Cavalry
West Bank
Western Sahara
Westover House: Headquarters of General Fitz-John Porter, Harrison's Landing
What Eight Thousand Pounds Of Powder Did
What Lincoln Called The "Beanpole And Cornstalk" Bridge, Built Over Potomac Creek
When It Was Just A Question Of Time Before Petersburg
When land was sighted,
When Muskets And Bayonets Were Turned Into Tent-Poles
When Sleek Horses Were Plentiful - Yorktown, 1862
When The Army Relaxed

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