A Native village with the chief's house in the center, surrounded by huts of other principal men, and fortified by a circular arrangement of tall palings that spiral to a narrow opening at the entrance.
Print shows at top a dwelling in a country setting, possibly a farmhouse, with gate and fence in the foreground; includes text which tells about Major André, the origin of the drawing, and the context in which ... more
Print shows a perspective view of an Italianate style building on a street corner in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; designed by architect Samuel Sloan, it may have been the residence of Joseph Harrison, Jr. at 221... more
Photograph shows armed Union soldiers standing outside the portico of Arlington House, the former residence of Confederate General Robert E. Lee.
Photograph shows a group of men, some Union soldiers, including African Americans, in front of Arlington House, Robert E. Lee's former home. The home was taken over by Union forces in 1864, and later became a memorial.
Stereograph showing two Union soldiers standing on the Battery looking at a Blakely gun that was destroyed by Confederates before the evacuation of the city.
Stereograph shows several citizens standing among the ruins of Postmaster General Montgomery Blair's home, which was destroyed by Confederate forces during a raid on July 12, 1864.