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Fort Monroe and vicinity showing entrance to Chesapeake Bay, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Gosport Navy Yard &c.

Geo Peabody

Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, May 26, 1861 (Memorandum of troops sent for Fort Monroe and Washington)

American Civil War, the important events, such as battles, skirmishes, encampments, etc.

Map of Fortress Monroe and surroundings.

The "contraband" schottische

Fortress Monroe, Old Point Comfort, & Hygeia Hotel, Va. in 1861 & 1862. The key to the South

The (Fort) Monroe Doctrine

Fort Monroe, Old Point Comfort and Hygeia Hotel, Va.

The Union army encampment at Hampton, Virginia Showing picket lines and Fortress Munroe [sic].

Neighborhood of Fort Monroe & Norfolk Harbour Virginia : from the U.S. Coast Survey /

Extract from Fort Monroe, Norfolk, Suffolk, and Yorktown, with their connections and surroundings for military purposes /

The Vermont soldiers inspecting the Lincoln Gun at Fortress Monroe / Mead.

Plan from Fortress Monroe to Big Bethel Va. : showing Union and Rebel position April 1st 1862.

Part of the map of the military department of S.E. Virginia and Fort Monroe showing the approaches to Richmond and Petersburg

Fortress Monroe, Va. and its vicinity

Reception of the wounded soldiers by the national authorities at Fortress Monroe, Va. - the cars conveying them to the hospital - surgeons dressing their wounds

Plan of Fortress Monroe, Virginia, March 6, 1862.

Part of the map of the military department of S.E. Virginia and Fort Monroe, showing the approaches to Richmond and Petersburg

Plan of Fortress Munroe [sic], Va., 1862.

Office Commissioner for Exchange. Fort Monroe. Va., January 24th, 1864. All prisoners heretofore held by the Confederate authorities, whether civilians, officers or soldiers, received at City Point, before the 20th inst. from the Confederate Com

Fort Monroe, Virginia. Blockade runner TEASER off Fort Monroe

Fort Monroe, Virginia. Quartermaster's office

Fort Monroe, Virginia. Light house

Fort Monroe, Virginia. Quartermaster's office

Fort Monroe, Virginia. Gunboat SANTIAGO DE CUBA off Fort Monroe

Sally port, Fort Monroe, Va.

[Grand Review of the Armies, Washington, D.C.; Jefferson Davis' cell at Fort Monroe; portrait of David E. Herold, accomplice of John Wilkes Booth]

The last ditch polka d'accacia / drawn & engd. by H.F. Greene, Boston.

Soldiers' barracks, Fort Monroe, Va.

[New Barracks, Fort Monroe, Va.]

Fort Ripraps, Fortress Monroe, Va.

[The Moat and main entrance, Fort Monroe, Va.]

[Ascent to the flagstaff, Fort Monroe, Va.]

[The Barracks, Fort Monroe, Va.]

[Fort Ripraps, Fortress Monroe, Va.]

[The Post chapel and officers' quarters, Fort Monroe, Va.]

Fort Monroe, Old Point Comfort, Va.

Trophy Park, Fort Monroe, Va.

Trophy Park, Fort Monroe, Va.

Commanding officer's quarters, Fort Monroe, Va.

New barracks, Fort Monroe, Va.

Approach to south postern, Fort Monroe, Va.

The Moat and main entrance, Fort Monroe, Va.

Ascent to flagstaff, Fort Monroe, Va.

[Officers' quarters, Fort Monroe, Va.]

[Moat and ramparts, Fort Monroe, Va.]

[The Postern bridge, Fort Monroe, Va.]

[The Postern bridge, Fort Monroe, Va.]

Inspection day, Fort Monroe, Old Point Comfort, Va.

Army Y.M.C.A., Fort Monroe, Old Point Comfort, Va.

[Bachelors' quarters, Fort Monroe, Va.]

Trophy Park, Fort Monroe, Va.

Officers' quarters, Fort Monroe, Va.

Looking south from the ramparts, Fort Monroe, Va.

Moat and ramparts, Fort Monroe, Va.

The Moat, Fort Monroe, Va.

Casement [i.e. casemate] where Jefferson Davis was imprisoned, Fort Monroe, Va.

Post Y.M.C.A. and trophy circle, Fort Monroe, Va.

Central Avenue, Fort Monroe, Va.

The Sea wall, Old Point Comfort, Fort Monroe, Va.

The Parade ground and barracks, Fort Monroe, Va.

[New post library, Fort Monroe, Va.]

West portal and moat, Fort Monroe, Va.

New artillery school, Fort Monroe, Va.

Hotel Chamberlin and Fortress Monroe, Old Point Comfort, Va.

Backbone of the American Army is the old sergeant. He knows men, army life, discipline, fighting -- everything needed for his job of turning raw recruits into finished soldiers

The plotting room of a big army camp must have alert, intelligent men on the job. It has them, all of which goes to make a truly superior army

Important news by telegraph.

Fort Monroe, Post Office, Ingalls Road, Hampton, Hampton, VA

George W. Brown to Baltimore American, Sunday, September 22, 1861 (Imprisonment at Fort Monroe)

George W. Brown to Baltimore American, Sunday, September 22, 1861 (Imprisonment at Fort Monroe)

George W. Brown to Baltimore American, Sunday, September 22, 1861 (Imprisonment at Fort Monroe)

Fortress Monroe, Va.

Fortress Monroe, Va.

Fort Monroe, Old Point Comfort, Va.

Fort Monroe, Old Point Comfort, Va.

Fort Monroe, Old Point Comfort, Va.

The 15 in. gun at Fortress Monroe, Va.

The 15 in. gun at Fortress Monroe, Va.

Utica Morning Herald, [newspaper]. May 22, 1865.

Utica Morning Herald, [newspaper]. May 22, 1865.

Utica Morning Herald, [newspaper]. May 22, 1865.

Utica Morning Herald, [newspaper]. May 22, 1865.

Fort Monroe, Bandstand, Fenwick Road, Hampton, Hampton, VA

Fort Monroe, Bandstand, Fenwick Road, Hampton, Hampton, VA

Fort Monroe, Bandstand, Fenwick Road, Hampton, Hampton, VA

South side of Fort Monroe

South side of Fort Monroe

[Sea wall, Old Point Comfort, Fort Monroe, Va.]

[Sea wall, Old Point Comfort, Fort Monroe, Va.]

Boston Daily Journal, [newspaper]. May 18, 1865.

Boston Daily Journal, [newspaper]. May 18, 1865.

Boston Daily Journal, [newspaper]. May 18, 1865.

Boston Daily Journal, [newspaper]. May 18, 1865.

Fort Monroe, Fortress, Hampton, Hampton, VA

Fort Monroe, Fortress, Hampton, Hampton, VA

Fort Monroe, Fortress, Hampton, Hampton, VA

Fort Monroe, Fortress, Hampton, Hampton, VA

Fort Monroe, Fortress, Hampton, Hampton, VA

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