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The Stone Bridge at Antietam
The Stone Church At Centerville - A Hospital Before Bull Run
The Storm Center of the Battle, Bull Run, July 21, 1861
The Strengthened Forts
The stuff "on order" doesn't count.
The Summit of Slaughter
The Superfluous Siege
The Supply Route When The Railroads Were Wrecked
The Sweeping Lines Of Fort Sedgwick
The Tangled Battlefield
The Tangled Retreat
The Tapel Massacre on 1 July 1945.
The Target of the Sharpshooters
The Teleprapher's Bomb-Proof Before Sumter
The Tented Meadow
The Thirteenth New York Cavalry Drilling Near Washington
The thrice-Fought Ground
The Too-advanced Position
The Town McClellan Thought Worth a Siege
The Track Over Bull Run Clear Again - Construction Corps At Work
The tragedy of this Sudeten woman,
The Transport "Blackhawk" After Her Fiery Test - May, 1864
The Tredegar Works For Heavy Guns
The Troops That Marched To The Sea Become Day-Laborers
The Turning Point of The Battle
The Twentieth Army Corps
The Tyler
The Type Favored By Ericsson
The Unexpected Victory
The Unfinished Redoubt
The Unguarded Link
The Unheeded Warning
The Union Retreat - Sigel's Corps Recrossing The Rappahannock, August 19, 1862
The Unlucky Essex After Fort Henry
The Unlucky Headquarters
The Uses of Adversity
The USS ARIZONA burning after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
The Value Of Discipline - Practice On The "Mendota"
The Vessel With The Armed Prow. The Federal Ram "Vindicator"
The View Is From The Balcony Of The Metropolitan
The Virginia Home Of John Minor Botts
The Volunteer's Teachers - Class Of 1860, United States Military Academy In The Field, 1862
The war over,
The War's Great "citizen"
The Waste of War
The Well Disciplined "Regulars" - Scene Of April 3, 1864 - Men Who Demonstrated The Value Of Training At Gaines' Mill
The Well-Defended Citadel
The Well-Planted Batteries
The Western Naval Base Of The Union - Mound City In 1862
The White Flag Boat That Carried Prisoners To Freedom

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