THE MEMORIAL WAR BOOK As Drawn From Historical Records and Personal Narratives Of the Men Who Served in the Great Struggle. Illustrated by Two Thousand Magnificent Engravings, Reproduced Largely from Photographs Taken by the U.
Brady and Alexander Gardner, Being the Only Original Photographs Taken During the War of the Rebellion; Making a Complete Panorama of This Greatest Event in History Including Portraits of the Leaders and Commanders of Both the Federal and Confederate Armies and Navies, Giving for the First Time, a Complete Pictorial Representation of the Scenes, Battles and Incidents, the Whole Forming a Fitting Memorial of the Greatest Event of the Century, the Most Momentous of the Ages. Published in 1894 by the Judge Publishing Company, New York. 12 x 9 leather binding with gilt title on cover.
Illustrated with photographic reproductions of actual Civil War photographs by Matthew Brady and Alexander Gardner, along with other illustrations. Exterior as shown in photo. This rare surviving collection of Civil War images has been expertly restored by a professional book conservator.A new morocco leather spine has been added, the binding has been reinforced with new inner hinges, and discreet paper repairs to the edges of the title page. This is a book that will last for generations to come. Text is clean and complete. No torn, loose or missing pages. Great example of this rare Civil War visual record. This is a rare and important pictorial history of the Civil War, chiefly illustrated with photographic reproductions made directly from glass plate negatives shot on the spot by famous Civil War photographers Matthew Brady and Alexander Gardner. The photographic material is accompanied by some artists renderings of battle scenes, etc. And a descriptive narrative told from the perspectives of the men who personally fought in the War of the Rebellion. The actual scenes of the Civil War have not yet been described in a way to afford a realistic idea of their character, although participants have given, from time to time, abundant individual narratives of what they saw and did.
The object of this MEMORIAL WAR BOOK is to present a series of pen pictures drawn from material that has never before been collected. It is not a history of the War, but a series of personal reminiscences of stirring adventures and lifelike descriptions of campaigns and battles, as the soldier saw them, with sufficient memoranda of the events attending the progress of the struggle to give the reader an understanding of their relative importance.
It has been the aim of the author to avoid all technicalities, and describe the heroic deeds of Federal and Confederate soliders, just as the men themselves would do. But the greatest value of this work is the absolute fidelity of the illustrations. Many were taken during the progress of hostilities, and are now given to the public for the first time. These were not sketches, but actual photographs, and can never be reproduced, as the originals are rapidly fading.
The reader is thus placed on the very ground where the historic scenes of war occurred. Most of the illustrations in this work are reproductions from the celebrated photographs made by Matthew B. Brady and Alexander Gardner, under authority of the United States Government. These pictures are original photographs taken during the War of the Rebellion. It is more than a quarter century since the sun painted these real scenes of that great war, and the negatives have undergone chemical changes which makes it slow and difficult work to get prints from them.
Of course, no more negatives can be made, as the scenes represented by this series of war views have passed away forever. The great value of these pictures is, therefore apparent.
Happily our Government authorized, during the war, skillful photographers to catch with their cameras the reflection, as in a mirror, of very many of those thrilling and interesting scenes. These views vividly renew the memories of our war days. The camp, the march, the battlefields, the forts and trenches, the wounded, the prisoners, the dead, the hurriedly made graves, and many other of these once familiar scenes are photographically portrayed and perpetuated. These are not sketches or imaginary scenes, but are the original photographs taken on the spot. Chapter One Origin of the National Quarrel.
Chapter Two The First Blow and Its Consequences. Chapter Three The North and the South Rushing To Arms. Chapter Four How the Battle of Big Bethel Was Fought and Lost. Chapter Five The Battle of Bull Run and Subsequent Federal Rout.
Chapter Six The Sections Girding Their Loins for Mortal Struggle. Chapter Seven Sea-Coast Operations and the Federal Blockade. Chapter Eight The Port Royal and Hilton Head Expedition.
Chapter Nine Capture of Fort Henry by General Grant and Commodore Foote. Chapter Ten The Fall of Fort Donelson on the Cumberland River. Chapter Eleven The Combat Between the Monitor and the Merrimac. Chapter Twelve Opening of McClellans Peninsular Campaign.
Chapter Thirteen The Siege and Fall of Yorktown. Chapter Fourteen The Capture of Island Number Ten and the Battle of Pea Ridge. Chapter Fifteen The Battle of Shiloh Church and The Siege of Corinth. Chapter Sixteen Burnsides Expedition to Roanoke Island. Chapter Seventeen Capture of New Orleans by Farragut and Butler.Chapter Eighteen The Battles of Hanover Court House and Fair Oaks. Chapter Nineteen Stonewall Jacksons Campaign Manoevres. Chapter Twenty Beginning of the Seven Days Battle Before Richmond.
Chapter Twenty-One McClellans Retreat to the James River. Chapter Twenty-Two Beginning of Popes Virginia Valley Campaign. Chapter Twenty-Three The Battles of Gainesville, Second Bull Run, and Chantilly.Chapter Twenty-Four Opening of the Antietam Campaign. Chapter Twenty-Five The Two Battles in the South Mountain Gaps. Chapter Twenty-Six The Desperate Battle of Antietam Creek. Chapter Twenty-Seven Lees Retreat and McClellans Retirement. Chapter Twenty-Eight Operations in the Southwest. Chapter Twenty-Nine The Battle of Murfreesboro or Stone River. Chapter Thirty The Initial Movements Against Vicksburg. Chapter Thirty-One Battle of Chickasaw Bayou and Capture of Fort Hindman. Chapter Thirty-Two General Burnsides Advance on Fredericksburg. Chapter Thirty-Three The Sanguinary Battle of Fredericksburg. Chapter Thirty-Four Hookers Flank Movements Against Lee. Chapter Thirty-Five First Days Battle of Chancellorsville. Chapter Thirty-Six The Second Days Battle of Chancellorsville.
Chapter Thirty-Seven Retreat of Hookers Army Across the Rappahannock. Chapter Thirty-Eight General Lees Second Invasion of Maryland and Pennsylvania. Chapter Thirty-Nine The Federal and Confederate Armies Manoevring for Battle. Chapter Forty Gettysburg, the Fight on Seminary Ridge.
Chapter Forty-One Gettysburg The Struggle for Little Round Top. Chapter Forty-Two Gettysburg The Confederate Assault on Culps Hill. Chapter Forty-Three Gettysburg The Heroic Charge of Picketts Division. Chapter Forty-Four Grants Extraordinary Movement Around Vicksburg.
Chapter Forty-Five Grants Advance on Vicksburg, and the Battle of Champion Hills. Chapter Forty-Six The Battle of Big Black River, and the Assaults on Vicksburg. Chapter Forty-Seven The Siege and Fall of Vicksburg. Chapter Forty-Eight Operations on the Lower Mississippi.Chapter Forty-Nine Siege and Fall of Port Hudson. Chapter Fifty Operations in Charleston Harbor, and the Fall of Fort Wagner. Chapter Fifty-One Counter-movements of Rosencranz and Bragg. Chapter Fifty-Two The Two Days Battle of Chickamauga.
Chapter Fifty-Three The Battles of Orchard Knob and Lookout Mountain. Chapter Fifty Four Battle of Missionary Ridge and Siege of Knoxville.Chapter Fifty-Five Shermans Destruction of Meridian & Banks Red River Expedition. Chapter Fifty-Six Opening of Grants Overland Campaign in Virginia. Chapter Fifty-Seven The Forest Battle in the Wilderness. Chapter Fifty-Eight The Two Days Battle at Spottsylvania Court House. Chapter Fifty-Nine Sheridans Richmond Raid and Grants Passage of the North Anna. Chapter Sixty Second Battle of Cold Harbor and Crossing of the James River. Chapter Sixty-One General Shermans Movement Against Atlanta. Chapter Sixty-Two Shermans Siege and Capture of Atlanta. Chapter Sixty-Three Confederate Privateers; Sinking of the Alabama by Kearsarge.
Chapter Sixty-Four Beginning of Siege of Petersburg & The Mine Explosion. Chapter Sixty-Five Admiral Farraguts Brilliant Naval Battle in Mobile Bay. Chapter Sixty-Six Sheridans Shenandoah Campaign & Battle of Winchester. Chapter Sixty-Seven The Battle of Fishers Hill.Chapter Sixty-Eight The Battle of Cedar Creek and Sheridans Famous Ride. Chapter Sixty-Nine Grants Active Operations in Front of Richmond and Petersburg. Chapter Seventy General Shermans March to the Sea. Chapter Seventy-One The Annihilation of Hoods Army by General Thomas. Chapter Seventy-Two Capture of Southern Seaports and Fall of Fort Fisher. Chapter Seventy-Three Battle of Five Forks and Fall of Richmond and Petersburg. Chapter Seventy-Four Final Surrender of the Confederate Armies. BATTLES OF: Allatoona Pass Alsops Farm Antietam Creek Augusta Baton Rouge Beaver Dam Station Belmont, Missouri Bells Ferry Road Big Bethel Big Black River Big Sandy Creek Big Shanty Big Tybee Island Blackburns Ford Boydton Plank Road Brazo Santiago Bull Run Second Bull Run or Manassas Cape Fear River Carricks Ford Cedar Creek Cedar Mountain Champion Hills Chancellorsville Chantilly Chapins Farm Charles City Road Charleston Chattanooga Chickamauga Chickasaw Bayou Cold Harbor Coosaw River Corinth Cramptons Gap Cross Keys Cub Dam Creek Decatur Deep Bottom Deep Run Drainsville, Virginia Duck River Dug Springs Fair Oaks Farmville Fayetteville Fishers Hill Five Forks Fort Alexander Fort Donelson Fort Fisher Fort Gregg Fort Hatteras Fort Heiman Fort Henry Fort Hindman Fort Jackson Fort Morgan Fort Pillow Fort Pulaski Fort Steadman Fort St. Philip Fort Sumter Fort Wagner Fort Walker Franklin Fredericksburg Gainesville Gaines Mills Galveston Gettysburg Seminary Ridge Little Round Top Culps Hill Picketts Charge Gosport Navy Yard Grafton Hanover Court House Hanover Road Harrisonberg Harrisons Landing Hatchie River Hatchers Run Hilton Head Holly Springs Holston River Island Number Ten Iuka Kearsarge and Alabama Kenesaw Mountain Knoxville Lexington, Missouri Lookout Mountain Malvern Hill Manassas Mattapony River Meadow Bridge Mechanicsville Medicine Creek Meridian Mill Springs Mine, Petersburg Missionary Ridge Mobile Bay Monitor and Merrimac Montgomery Hill Murfreesboro Neetmok New Hope Church New Market Heights New Market Road New Orleans New Ulm Nickajack Creek North Anna Overtons Hill Orchard Knob Paines Crossing Pea Ridge Peebles Farm Perryville Petersburg Philippi Junction Pilot Knob Pittsburg Landing Port Hudson Port Royal Powell Mountain Prairie Grove Reams Station Reeds Bridge Resaca Richland Creek Rich Mountain Roanoke Island Rome Sabine Cross Roads Sabine Pass Sabine River Savages Station Capture of Savannah Shady Grove Church Shiloh Slaughter Mountain Snake Gap Creek Spottsylvania Court House Stone River Strawberry Plains Turners Gap Vicksburg Westport White House White Oak Swamp The Wilderness Willis Church Wilmington Wilsons Creek Winchester Banks Winchester Sheridan Yazoo River Yorktown. CAMPAIGNS: Antietam Atlanta Bull Run Chancellorsville Chattanooga Chickamauga Cumberland River Fredericksburg Gettysburg Hatteras Inlet Hilton Head March to the Sea Meridian Mississippi Mississippi River Missouri Mobile Bay New Orleans Ohio River Overland Paducah Petersburg Port Hudson Port Royal Red River Roanoke Island Shenandoah Banks Shenandoah Hunters Shenandoah Jacksons Shenandoah Sheridans Shermans March to the Sea Tennnesee, Shermans Tennesee, Thomas Tennessee River Upper Potomac Vicksburg Virginia Peninsular Virginia Valley West Virginia Wilmington.
Custer Jefferson Davis Abner Doubleday Jubal Early R. Getty John Gibbon Ulysses S. Hill Stonewall Jackson Joseph E.Lee President Abraham Lincoln John A. Logan James Longstreet George B.
McClernand John McPherson George G. Pickett Alfred Pleasonton David G.
Scofield John Sedgwick William T. Photos Include (partial list): Group of contrabands (slaves) Cub Run, Virginia Slave pen, Alexandria VA Harper's Ferry Jefferson Davis Residence, Montgomery, Alabama Alabama river at Montgomery City of Charleston, South Carolina Fort Moultrie after bombardment Fort Johnson, James Island, SC Parapet, Fort Sumter President Lincoln and General McClellan in McClellan's tent Hampton, Virginia Ruins of Norfolk Navy Yard S. Pensacola off Alexandria Aqueduct Bridge, Potomac River McClellan's headquarters, Fairfax Courthouse Great Falls, Potomac River Fortress Monroe City of Richmond Ruins of Arsenal, Harper's Ferry Views of Fortress Monroe Long Bridge, Washington Marshall House, Alexandria Old Capital Prison, Washington Forest Hall Prison, Washington Geigsley's House, Centreville Examining passes at Georgetown Ferry Harper's Ferry after evacuation Mule Train crossing Bridge Fairfax Courthouse Picket Post, Bull Run Gen. Beauregard's headquarters Confederate Fortifications at Manassas Junction Stone House, Warrenton Pike, Bull Run The Bull Run Arlington House Stone Bridge, Bull Run Stone Church, Centreville Mill and Hotel at Sudley Springs Battlefield of Bull Run Thorburn's House, Bull Run Matthew's House, Bull Run Ruins of Stone Bridge, Bull Run Sudley's Church, Bull Run Ruins of Henry House, Bull Run Soldier's graves, Bull Run Dedication of battlefield monument, Bull Run Ruins of Bridge near Potomac "Hard Tack" Field Telegraph Office Views at West Point View of Georgetown, Washington DC Wharves at Aquia Creek Pontoon boat on wheels Ruins of old church, Hampton VA Fort Lincoln, Washington DC Views at Fort Beauregard Scenes in Beaufort and Hilton Head, SC Dock at Hilton Head Scenes at Hilton Head and Port Royal SC Fort Pulaski Pontoon boat ready for the march Signal Tower Army winter quarters The Sutler's Tent Military Railroad Gun Pontoon bridge between Georgetown and Analosta Island Turret and part of deck of original Monitor Officers on deck of the Monitor John Cabin Bridge over the Potomac River The Sally Port Chain Bridge, Potomac River Confederate Water Battery at Gloucester Point Richmond, Virginia Battery No.
4 in front of Yorktown Confederate Battery Macgruder, Yorktown Naval Battery in front of Yorktown Street in Yorktown during the war Ravine at Yorktown containing Confederate magazines Rebel fortifications at Yorktown Army of Potomac headquarters in front of Yorktown Scenes in and near Yorktown Monitors and gunboats on James River, VA Tabb's House, Yorktown Camp at General Andrew Porter's in front of Yorktown Panoramic views of Camp near Cumberland Landing, Army of the Potomac A Wagon Train in "Park" The Horrors of War - group of Union dead General Grant's military railroad - The Dictator Butler's headquarters, New Orleans English Armstrong Gun A Fifteen Ich Smooth Bore Gun White House Landing Foller's House Contrabands at Foller's House Ruins of White House Camp at Cumberland Landing Dohertys description Destroyed track and bridge, Virginia Central Railway Bridge across Chickahominy River Field Hospital at Savage Station Engineer corps making Corduroy Roads Near Fair Oaks Battlefield of Fair Oaks Maryland Heights, Harper's Ferry Army of Potomac Headquarters at Savage Station Scenes at and near Gaines' Mills Bridge across Chickahominy River near Mechanicsville Road Grape Vine Bridge Transport and monitor on James River At Harrison's Landing Westover House Scene on Acquia Creek General views of Culpepper VA Street views, Culpepper Battlefield of Cedar Mountain, photographs taken at the time Rappahannock Bridge Troops building Bridge across North Fork Rappahannock River near Fauquier Sulphur Springs Destruction of Railroad rolling stock on Orange and Alexandria Railroad Federal Battery fording a tributary of the Rappahannock River Views in Warrenton, Virginia Fugitive negroes fording Rappahannock River Destruction of railroad at Manassas General Johnston's headquarters at Manassas Yellow Hospital, Manassas Confederate fortifications at Manassas Confederate fortifications at Centreville Confederate Barracks at Centreville Battlefield of Manassas "John Henry, " the "Intelligent Contraband" Belle Plain landing Defence of Washington, Fort Totten Fort Corcoran, loading big gun U. Colored Infantry at Fort Lincoln Batteries at Fort Whipple Chain Bridge, Potomac Block house near Aqueduct Bridge, Potomac River Near Georgetown Ferry Central Signal Station, Washington General View at Harper's Ferry Loudon Heights, Harper's Ferry Gopher Hole - Bomb-proof Antietam Bridge Sharpsburg, Maryland Views of Antietam Bridge Burnside Bridge Battlefield at Antietam General Hooker's headquarters during the Battle Bodies of dead confederate soldiers near Sherrick's House Burying the dead Graves of Federal Soldiers at Burnside Bridge Bodies of dead Confederate soldiers alongside fence on Hagerstown Road View in the field where Sumner charged Confederate wounded at Smith's Barn Secret Service headquarters, Army of the Potomac Pontoon bridges and ruins of stone bridges across Potomac Post Office, headquarters, Army of the Potomac Confederate dead in front of Fort Robinette, Corinth Drilling in the forts Arrival of Negro family in the lines Battlefield of Chicasaw Bluffs Poison springs on battlefield Chicasaw Bayou, Mississippi Camp scene Scenes at Acquia Creek Landing Embarkation of Ninth corps at Acquia Creek Houses showing effects of shelling at Fredericksburg Views in Fredericksburg Military scenes at Fredericksburg Marye's Heights, Battlefield of Fredericksburg Ambulance train of Engineer Brigade View of Fredericksburg from the river Chancellorsville Battlefield scenes at Chancellorsville Where Stonewall Jackson died, Richmond VA Scenes at headquarters, Army of the Potomac Scenes at Hanover Junction, Pennsylvania and Emmetsburg MD View of Gettysburg Scenes at Gettysburg Battlefield scenes at Gettysburg Bodies of dead collected for burial, McPherson's Woods Dead Confederate sharpshooters, Hood's division Levee at Vicksburg Battlefield of Big Black River Big Black River Station, MS Scenes at Vicksburg Levee at Alexandria House of Jefferson Davis at Davis Run, MS The Swamp Angel Fort Sumter Batteries against Fort Wagner Batteries against Fort Sumter The Swamp Angel gun after bursting Views at Fort Sumter Views at Morris Island Scenes at Fort Wagner War scenes on Tennessee River View of Battlefield of Chickamauga at Lee & Gordon's Mills View of Ringgold, Georgia Panoramic view of Lookout Mountain Views on Lookout Mountain "Sutters Row, " Chattanooga View of Missionary Ridge from Orchard Knob Newsboy in camp Confederate Artillery captured at Missionary Ridge Crest of Missionary Ridge Scenes at Knoxville TN and Fort Sanders View in Vicinity of Knoxville Mississippi River fleet of Ironclad gunboats Views of Sanitary Commission at Fredericksburg, Virginia Evacuation of Port Royal, Rappahannock River Troops crossing Pontoon bridges, Rapidan River Canvass Pontoon bridges across North Anna River Scenes on North Anna River Scenes at Cold Harbor Views at Charles City VA Dutch Gap Canal Bermuda Hundred Landing Scenes on James River Confederate Battery at Howlett House, Trent's Reach, James River Neetmok Fort Darling, Drewry's Bluff, James River Confederate Battery at James River, above Dutch Gap Scenes at Fort Burnham View of Allatoona Pass Twelve views of Federal Forts Views on the Battlefield of New Hope Church Views showing Confederate fortifications at Atlanta Georgia Military scenes at Atlanta The spot where General McPherson was killed Scenes of General Sherman at Atlanta Scenes in Atlanta View on the Battlefield of Atlanta Officers on deck of USS Kearsarge Views at City Point VA Confederate Fort Mahone or Fort Damnation Federal Fort Sedgwick or Fort Hell View of Petersburg Siege of Petersburg VA Views on Appomattox River U. Gunboats on James River Views in and about Confederate Fort Mahone Views at Resaca GA Views at Savannah GA Views at Columbia SC Views from the capitol, Nashville, during the battle of December 15, 1864 View of Nashville Views at Johnsonville TN Fleet of Fort Fisher Expedition in Hampton Roads Ruins of State Arsenal at Richmond Views in the city of Petersburg City of Richmond after capitulation Views associated with the Assassination of President Lincoln Grand Review of the Army in Washington DC, May, 1865. Remember folks, this is an 1894 FIRST EDITION. This book is 126 years old.
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