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The Diversity Of The Federal Ordnance - Wiard Gun Batteries
The Door to Yorktown
The Double Turreted Monito "Onondaga" (2 of 2, Onondaga)
The Double-Turreted Monitor Onondaga Off The Exchange Landing
The Drum-Major Of The First Virginia, April, 1861
The Dummy Guns
The Dutch Gap Canal - November, '64 - Digging
The Eighteenth Pennsylvania Cavalry
The Eleventh "U.S." In Their Trim Camp At Alexandria - The American Volunteers, However, Soon Acquired The Soldierly Bearing
The Elk Mountain Station After The Battle Of Antietam
The Empty Prison
The End Of The Railroad Depot
The endless procession of German prisoners captured with the fall of Aachen marching through the ruined city streets to captivity.
The Essex Two Years Later
The Evacuation Of Johnsonville After Forrest's Successful Raid
The Evacuation Of Port Royal Nearly Completed
The Evolution Of The American Cavalryman
The Executive Mansion 0f The Nation
The Exploding Shell
The Fall Of Richmond
The Famous Allan Pinkerton - The Month Of The Battle Of Antietam
The famous British liner,
The Far Stretching Encampment
The Far-Reaching Federal Cavalry Organization - Water-Tank At The Louisiana Depot
The Fate Of A Confederate Spy Before Petersburg
The Fateful Crossing
The Federal Defender of Baton Rouge
The Federal Flotilla Above Alexandria, Held By The Low Water Of May, 1864
The Feminine Touch At The Hospital
The Field Dark- Room
The Fifteen Minutes' Fight
The Fifth Vermont
The Fight For The Wagon Trains
The Fighting Filipinos/We will always fight for FREEDOM! Ca.
The Fighting Forty-First
The Fighting Irish
The Final Act Of The Drama
The Final Blow To the Confederacy's Southern Stronghold
The Final Capture - Fort Mahone
The Finished Product
The First Batteries Sent Against Vicksburg
The first big raid by the 8th Air Force was on a Focke Wulf plant at Marienburg.
The First Breach
The First Clash West of the Mississippi (pt. 1 of 2) Camp Jackson
The First Connecticut Heavy Artillery, Assigned To The Defense Of Washington
The First Day's Toll
The First Experiment
The First Extensive Cavalry Camp - 1862
The First Federal Blockading Squadron - Photographed By A Confederare in '61
The First Federal Crossing - Sherman's Pontoons

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