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The Men Of The "Mendota"
The Men Who Came To Stay
The Men Who Captured The Current (2 of 2) Red River Dam
The Men Who Dared - Sailors On the "Hartford" After Passing New Orleans Forts
The Men Who Lived Off The Country Headquarters Guard On The March Through North Carolina
The Middle East
The Mill Across The River
The Missing Rifle
The Mole-Hill Ramparts Near The Crater
The Monitor "Canonicus"
The Monster Ironclad "Choctaw"
The Month Before Mine Run, October, 1863
The Mounted Police Of The West
The Nashville Capitol Fortified
The Navy Ashore - Crew Of The "Foster" With Howitzers
The Navy Helps On Land
The Never-Surrendered Fort Moultrie, Besieged April 10 - September 6, 1863
The New "Sea-Elephant" Of The Navy
The Nineteenth Army Corps
The O'Connor House In Charleston, Where Federal Officers Were Kept
The Office Of The United States Christian Commission In Washington
The old (Pacific) swimmin' hole.
The Old Navy - Three Veterans Of The Line
The Ones Who Never Came Back
The Only Known Photograph Of Texas Boys In The Army of Northern Virginia
The Orange Plank Road As IT Looked In 1864
The Parrott In Battery Strong
The Passing Wagon Train
The pathfinder unit of the 101st Airborne Div.
The patient's skin is burned in a pattern corresponding to the dark portions of a kimono worn at the time of the explosion.
The Pawnee, Philadelphia and Kaatskill
The Peak of Victory The Morning After The Battle
The Peeble's Farm Signal Tower Near Petersburg
The Photograph the Balloonist Recognized Forty-Eight Years After
The Photographer With the Army
The Photographers Who Followed The Army
The Photographers Who Followed The Army
The Photographers Who Followed the Army
The Pivot-Gun Of The "Wissahickon" And Its Crew
The Plans That Failed
The Precariuos Military Railroad In 1864
The President Investigates
The Price of Victory - Where aShell Dropped
The Pride of Union Battery Number One
The Principal Fort At Centreville, 1881-2
The Private Soldier Of The Confederacy
The Prize That Imperiled Stuart On His Daring Raid Into the Federal Lines (1 of 2)
The Provost-Marshal At Work Destroying Houses From Which Liquor Had Been Sold To Soldiers - Alexandria, 1863
The Quartermaster's Department Employed Such A Huge Force Of Men That It Was Necessary To Furnish Them A Separate Hospital
The Railroad Bridge Across the Cumberland, 1864 - Gates ready To Be Shut Against The Confederates

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