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CATLIN: FORT UNION, 1832.
Oil on canvas by George Catlin.
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NATIVE AMERICANS: SACRED PILE.
Magic pile erected by the Assiniboin Native Americans. Drawing by Karl Bodmer, 1833, near Fort Union.
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FORT UNION, 1844.
On the Missouri River with Assiniboin Native Americans mounted and walking in the foreground. Aquatint, 1844, after Karl Bodmer.
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CIVIL WAR: UNION FORT.
Union soldiers in a fort on Morris Island in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina. Photograph, July or August 1863.
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NC: FORT FISHER, 1865.
The Union attack on Fort Fisher, North Carolina, 15 January 1865. Wood engraving from a contemporary Northern newspaper.
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CIVIL WAR: UNION FORT.
Company K, 3rd Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Heavy Artillery, at Fort Stevens, Washington, D.C., shortly after the American Civil War. Photographed by William Morris Smith, August 1865.
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0088875
CIVIL WAR: FORT MOULTRIE.
Fort Moultrie, batteries and a hotel on Sullivan's Island in the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina during the Union blockade, 1863. Wood engraving, 1863.
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0163360
CIVIL WAR: CAMP LIFE, 1861.
Tent life of the 31st Pennsylvania Infantry of the Union Army at Queen's farm, near Fort Slocum, Washington, D.C. Photograph, 1861.
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CFDT, GREVE GENERALE DU 17 MAI 1967.
May 17, 1967, to the call of the many trade unions , Parisian people take part in the general strike. The demonstrators are walking between the place of Bastille with in head of the movement the representants of inter-union CGT, CFDT, FO and FN, from left to right: Georges Seguy and Eugene Descamps (CFDT), Benoit Fra
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MANIFESTATION INTERSYNDICALE A PARIS IN 1966.
The crowd of the demonstrators leaves the place of the Bastille in Paris under the call of inter-union Cgt-cfdt-fen, May 17, 1966. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All ri.
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CIVIL WAR: REMOVAL, 1865.
Union soldiers removing artillery from Confederate fortifications, Petersburg, Virginia. Photograph, 1865.
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CIVIL WAR: PETERSBURG.
The Confederate Fort Mahone at Petersburg, Virginia, photographed after the city surrendered to the Union Army, 3 April 1865.
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CIVIL WAR: UNION STEAMER.
The Union steamer 'Daniel Webster' off Point Isabel, Texas, March 1861, bound for New York carrying federal troops from Fort Brown, Texas. Wood engraving from a contemporary American newspaper.
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CIVIL WAR: FORT RICHARDSON.
View of the Union's Fort Richardson and adjacent emcampment in the vicinity of Fair Oaks, Virginia. Photograph by George N. Barnard, June 1862.
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BATTLE OF FORT WAGNER, 1863.
The 54th Massachusetts (Colored) Regiment storming Fort Wagner, South Carolina, during the American Civil War, 18 July 1863. Lithograph, 1890, by Kurz & Allison.
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NAST: ANDERSONVILLE, 1866.
An 1866 cartoon by Thomas Nast contrasting the suffering endured by Federal prisoners of war with the luxurious treatment given Jefferson Davis, then a prisoner at Fort Monroe, Virginia.
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CIVIL WAR: PETERSBURG.
Union Army trenches at Fort Sedgwick, photographed by Mathew Brady or one of his assistants after the Battle of Petersburg, Virginia, 1865.
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CIVIL WAR: BLACK TROOPS.
Guard House and African American guards of the 107th U.S. Colored Infantry Regiment at Fort Corcoran, Arlington, Virginia, during the American Civil War.
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ANDERSONVILLE PRISON.
Plan of the Confederate prison at Andersonville, Georgia and surrounding fortifications, c1864.
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0083347
CIVIL WAR: UNION FORT.
Union soldiers at Fort Totten, Washington, D.C., during the American Civil War.
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0265205
CIVIL WAR: UNION OFFICERS.
Officers of companies F and K, 3rd Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Heavy Artillery, at Fort Stevens, Washington, D.C., shortly after the American Civil War. Photographed by William Morris Smith, August 1865.
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CIVIL WAR: FORT WAGNER.
Assault by the all-black 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry on Fort Wagner, Charleston, South Carolina, 18 July 1863. Wood engraving from a contemporary English newspaper.
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4th U.S. COLORED INFANTRY.
Company E, 4th U.S. (Colored) Infantry at Fort Lincoln, District of Columbia. Oil over a photograph, 1865.
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0090418
ISLAND NUMBER TEN, 1862.
Union gunboats under the command of Andrew H. Foote bombarding the Confederate stronghold of Island Number Ten in the Mississippi River, near Tiptonville, Tennessee, 15 March 1862. Contemporary lithograph by Currier & Ives.
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0163576
CIVIL WAR: PUNISHMENT.
The 'rogue's march.' Union soldiers marching a thief out of camp at Morris Island in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina. Photograph, July or August 1863.
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GENERAL WILLIAM T. SHERMAN
(facing camera, third from left) and other members of the presidential delegation looking on as Sioux Native American chiefs consider the terms of the peace treaty negotiated at Fort Laramie, Wyoming, in 1868.
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WILLIAM TECUMSEH SHERMAN
(1820-1891). American army commander. General Sherman (right center, with arm on the cannon's breach) with his staff at Federal Fort No.7, Atlanta, in the autumn of 1864. Pen-and-ink drawing, c1890, after a photograph by George N. Barnard.
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CIVIL WAR: UNION PICKET.
A Union picket (guard in front of the line) at Fort Mahone, during the Union Army siege of Petersburg, Virginia, June 1864 to March 1865. Pencil and white Chinese drawing by Alfred R. Waud.
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0163574
CIVIL WAR: PARROTT GUN.
Union soldiers with a 300 pound Parrott Rifle with a burst muzzle at Morris Island in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina. Photograph, July or August 1863.
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USS SABINE, 1861.
A Union sailing frigate which participated in the relief of Fort Pickens, Florida, April 1861, during the American Civil War.
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0162976
CIVIL WAR: CAMP LIFE, 1861.
Tent life of the 31st Pennsylvania Infantry of the Union Army at Queen's farm, near Fort Slocum, Washington, D.C. Photograph, 1861.
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CIVIL WAR: BLACK TROOPS.
Company E, 4th United States Colored Infantry, at Fort Lincoln, Washington D.C., 1865.
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CIVIL WAR: FORT FISHER, 1865.
Union army soldiers with a cannon after the capture of the Confederate Fort Fisher in North Carolina. Photograph by Timothy O'Sullivan, January 1865.
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CIVIL WAR: FORT McALLISTER.
Union troops removing a Columbiad cannon from Fort McAllister near Savannah, Georgia, after their victory over Confederate troops, December 1864. Photograph by Samuel A. Cooley.
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CIVIL WAR: UNION FORT.
Union soldiers at Fort Totten in Washington, D.C., during the American Civil War, c1863.
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CIVIL WAR: UNION FORT, 1862.
Union Army battery of 200-pounder parrott guns near Yorktown and Gloucester, Virginia. Engraving after a drawing by Alfred R. Waud, 1862.
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CIVIL WAR: MUSICIANS, 1865.
Band of the 107th U.S. Colored Infantry. Photographed by William Morris Smith at Fort Corcoran, near Arlington, Virginia, November 1865.
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CIVIL WAR BATTERY SCENE.
Engraving from a contemporary English newspaper.
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0088998
CIVIL WAR: BLACK TROOPS.
The First Louisiana Native Guards disembark at Fort Macombe, Louisiana. The guard was one of the first all-black Union regiments in the Civil War. Wood engraving, American, 1863.
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WILLIAM TECUMSEH SHERMAN
(1820-1891). American army commander. General Sherman (right center, with his arm on the cannon's breach) with his staff at Federal Fort No. 7, Atlanta, in the autumn of 1864. Photograph by George N. Barnard.
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