Interior view of the of the Redan showing battery during the occupation by British forces after the Russians abandoned Sevastopolʹ in September 1855.
Construction of the railway in Balaklava at the harbor, also shows masts of numerous ships, and on a hill in the distance, the ruins of the old Genoese castle.
Print shows a soldier standing guard at a French battery with snow-covered cannons and Zouaves carrying bundles of wood to a camp in the background.
Print shows action in a British artillery battery, mortar fire, mortars and cannon being loaded, the removal of wounded, and in the distance, the fortifications of Sevastopolʹ.
Print shows soldiers transporting winter clothing, lumber for huts, and other supplies through a snow-covered landscape, with partially buried dead horses along the roadside, to the British camps; huts under co... more
Print shows several British military camps, an ambulance, a distant view of Lord Raglan's headquarters (just left of center), and, in the foreground, a dead horse.
Print shows bell tents at a British military camp and "Mr. Maxse, Naval Aide-de-Camp," on horseback with Captn. Burnet, Captn. Peel, Captn. Lushington, and Captn. Moorsom and other men from the naval brigade in... more
Print shows a distant view of bell tents at British military camps, as well as hospital tents, soldiers and a wagon hauling supplies toward the camps, the skeletal remains of an animal on the roadside, and men ... more
Print shows an artillery battery with Capn. Mansfield, Major Shadwell, Lieut. Col. Stirling, Major Gordon, and Sir Colin Campbell standing near the cannons, with the camp of the Highland Brigade, showing huts a... more
Print shows a view of the earthworks, gabions, and passageways at the Malakoff, the primary Russian fortification before the city of Sevastopolʹ, with view of the city in the background.
View of the Bastion du Mât, a French redoubt at the far left of the British lines, showing a portion of the battery, French soldiers and Zouaves, and a network of trenches.
View of the earthworks showing spiked timbers, gabions, and openings to underground bomb shelters at the Bastion du Mât, a French redoubt at the far left of the British lines and facing the Russian Grand Redan ... more
Photograph shows view of the U.S. military post at Fort Vancouver, on the Columbia River; identifies General William Selby Harney's house on the right by the flag pole.
Photograph shows the guardhouse and other buildings at a United States Army post on the Columbia River in the lower Cascade Range; mountains in the background.
Photograph shows buildings at a United States Army post on the Columbia River in the lower Cascade Range; snow covered mountain in the background.
Top illustration shows crowds on the docks waving farewll as boats loaded with Army troops departs. Bottom illustration shows soldiers,some civilians, and mattresses on the floor in the U.S. Capitol rotunda.
Stereograph showing soldiers from the 12th regiment relaxing in the barracks, most out of uniform and some sitting on their bunks.
Photograph shows the Confederate flag flying at Fort Sumter, on April 15, 1861, following the surrender of Major Anderson and his Union troops, documenting the beginning of the Civil War; troops prepare to load cannon.
Photograph shows a group of soldiers by the 300 pound Parrot rifled cannon with the name "Col. Brayton" inscribed on it in battery Chatfield on Morris Island.
Photograph shows a view of the levee and boats along the Ohio River; Union horse stables, and the Illinois Central Chicago and Cairo railroad, Cairo, Illinois.
Photograph shows the camp of the 2nd Vermont Infantry Regiment with row of soldiers in front of tents and trusses of a roof in the background at Camp Griffin, Langley, Virginia.
Photograph shows train of horse-drawn covered wagons on a foraging expedition with the camp of the 2nd Vermont Infantry Regiment in the background at Camp Griffin, Langley, Virginia.
Copy photograph shows a photo of the damaged walls of Fort Sumter viewed by men on a nearby sandbar. The photo is mounted above a printed caption with Engineer Department noted on the left.