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W. H. Harrison
The Gravure Company of America, 1901. Black and white engraving of Andrews's portrait of William Henry Harrison, the nineth president of the United States. He became the Northwest Territory's first delegate to Congress, and helped obtain legislation dividing the Territory into the Northwest and Indiana Territories. In 1801 he became...
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James A. Garfield
The Gravure Company of America, 1901. Black and white engraving of Andrew's portrait of James A. Garfield, the twentieth president of the United States (March 1881-September 1881). Prior to his presidency, he was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Ohio. He was assassinated six months into his...
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James Buchanan
The Gravure Company of America, 1901. Black and white engraving of Andrews's portrait of James Buchanan, the fifteenth president of the United States (1857-1861). He was a U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania and the U.S. Secretary of State under James K. Polk. He was the only president thus far to never...
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Zachary Taylor
The Gravure Company of America, 1901. Black and white engraving of Andrews's portrait of Zachary Taylor, the twelfth president of the United States (1849-1850). He was a military General for the United States Army. He died of gastroenteritis sixteen months into his presidency. Plate is 8 1/2 x 13 inches...
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William McKinley
The Gravure Company of America, 1901. Black and white engraving of Benziger's portrait of William McKinley the twenty-fifth president of the United States (1897-1901). Plate is 8 x 13 1/2 inches, margin is 16 x 19 1/2 iches, originally published in The White House Gallery of Official Portraits of the...
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Abraham Lincoln
The Gravure Company of America, 1901. Black and white engraving of Carpenter's portrait of Abraham Lincoln, the sixteenth president of the United States (1861-1865). Prior to his presidency, Lincoln served as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives for the 7th district of Illinois. He led the Union Army...
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Capitol, Richmond, VA, Front View. Government Printing Office.
Capitol, Richmond, VA, Front View
Washington, D.C. Government Printing Office, 1891-1895. Plate 126 in the collected Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, the most detailed atlas of the Civil War published. A collection of eleven engraved pictures of different locations in Virginia and Georgia. The three largest, each 9"...
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A 10-Inch Columbiad Mounted as a Mortar at Fort Sumter. Harper's Pictorial History of t.
A 10-Inch Columbiad Mounted as a Mortar at Fort Sumter
Chicago: The Puritan Press Co. 1894. A black and white engraving of a Columbiad mounted as a mortar at Fort Sumter published in "Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War," 16 1/4 x 11 1/2 inches. This print depicts a scene from Fort Sumter, the opening engagement in the Civil...
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The Advance Guard of the Army of the United States Crossing the Long Bridge Over the Potomac, May 24, 1861. Harper's Pictorial History of t.
The Advance Guard of the Army of the United States Crossing the Long Bridge Over the Potomac, May 24, 1861
Chicago: The Puritan Press Co. 1894. A black and white engraving of a scene of the United States Army crossing the Long Bridge over the Potomac River published in "Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War," 16 1/4 x 11 1/2 inches. The Long Bridge connects Alexandria, Virginia and Washington...
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Bombardment of Fort Macon. Harper's Pictorial History of t.
Bombardment of Fort Macon
Chicago: The Puritan Press Co. 1894. A black and white engraving of a scene of the bombardment of Fort Macon. Fort Macon was a Confederate fort until April 26, 1862 when the Union captured the fort as depicted in this scene. Originally published in "Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil...
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Bull Run, Near Union Mills, Crossed by the Orange and Alexandria Railroad. Harper's Pictorial History of t.
Bull Run, Near Union Mills, Crossed by the Orange and Alexandria Railroad
Chicago: The Puritan Press Co. 1894. A black and white engraving of a scene of the Orange and Alexandria Railroad published in "Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War," The print is 16 1/4 x 11 1/2 inches. The Orange and Alexandria Railroad was important to the South because of...
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The Defense of Lexington. Harper's Pictorial History of t.
The Defense of Lexington
Chicago: The Puritan Press Co. 1894. A black and white engraving of a scene of the Battle of Lexington in September of 1861. The Missouri Guard under the command of General Sterling Price laid seige to Lexington, Missouri on September 20, 1861. This Confederate victory secured control in the Missouri...
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Feeding Negro Children at Hilton Head, South Carolina. Harper's Pictorial History of t.
Feeding Negro Children at Hilton Head, South Carolina
Chicago: The Puritan Press Co. 1894. A black and white engraving illustrating the federal government's involvement in slavery during the Civil War. When the Secretary of War to General Sherman was directed to recruit services rom Port Royal, it brought into the lines a large number of women and children...
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First Blood.--The Sixth Massachusetts Regiment Fighting Their Way Through Baltimore, April 19 1861. Harper's Pictorial History of t.
First Blood.--The Sixth Massachusetts Regiment Fighting Their Way Through Baltimore, April 19 1861
Chicago: The Puritan Press Co. 1894. A black and white engraving depicting the conflict between secessionists and the sixth Massachusetts regiment. Considering that Maryland was a border state, loyalists to the Union and the Confederacy often clashed in the metropolis. When the Sixth Massachussetts Regiment passed through Baltimore on their...
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The First Confederate Cabinet. Harper's Pictorial History of t.
The First Confederate Cabinet
Chicago: The Puritan Press Co. 1894. A black and white engraving of the members of the first Confederate cabinet, which include Attorney General Judah P. Benjamin, Treasurer Charles G. Memminger, Secretary of the Navy Stephen Mallory, Vice President Alexander H. Stephens, Secretary of War Leroy P. Walker, President Jefferson Davis...
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Foote's Gun-Boats Ascending to Attack Fort Henry. Harper's Pictorial History of t.
Foote's Gun-Boats Ascending to Attack Fort Henry
Chicago: The Puritan Press Co. 1894. A black and white engraving that depicts a scene of Foote's gun-boats ascending to attack Fort Henry in Tennessee. Fort Henry was the first important Union victory in the Civil War. Originally published in "Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War," 16 1/4 x....
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Fortifications Thrown Up to Protect the United States Arsenal at St. Louis, Missouri. Harper's Pictorial History of t.
Fortifications Thrown Up to Protect the United States Arsenal at St. Louis, Missouri
Chicago: The Puritan Press Co. 1894. A black and white engraving of the fortifications built in order to protect the United States Arsenal at St. Louis, Missouri. The St. Louis Arsenal provided an abundance of amunition that could supply both the Union and the Confederacy making it very important for...
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The Hartford on Fire. Harper's Pictorial History of t.
The Hartford on Fire
Chicago: The Puritan Press Co. 1894. A black and white engraving that depicts the USS Hartford on fire in the Battle of New Orleans. The USS Hartford was the flagship of Flag Officer David Farragut. The Battle of New Orleans was a significant victory for the Union because the it...
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Montgomery, Alabama, February 8, 1861. Harper's Pictorial History of t.
Montgomery, Alabama, February 8, 1861
Chicago: The Puritan Press Co. 1894. A black and white engraving of a scene of Mongomery, Alabama published in "Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War," 16 1/4 x 11 1/2 inches. This print depicts a scene of Montogery, Alabama on February 8, 1861 when Alabama decided to seceed from...
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The Mountain Region of Western Virginia. Harper's Pictorial History of t.
The Mountain Region of Western Virginia
Chicago: The Puritan Press Co. 1894. A black and white engraving of a scene of the mountains of West Virginia in June of 1861 published in "Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War," 16 1/4 x 11 1/2 inches. When Virginia decided to seceed from the Union in 1861, Western...
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The Seventh Regiment Marching Down Broadway to Embark for the War. Harper's Pictorial History of t.
The Seventh Regiment Marching Down Broadway to Embark for the War
Chicago: The Puritan Press Co. 1894. A black and white engraving depicting the seventh regiment marching down Broadway in 1861. During the Civil War, New York proudly supported the Union despite its commercial connection with the south. This print was originally published in "Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War,"...
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Ship Island and the Approaches to New Orleans. Harper's Pictorial History of t.
Ship Island and the Approaches to New Orleans
Chicago: The Puritan Press Co. 1894. A black and white engraving of a scene of the approach to New Orleans to the bottom. It also has a scene entitled "Big Gun," a chart that portrays the location of Ship Island, and a scene of Fort Massachusetts on Ship Island, 18...
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Uprising at the North. Harper's Pictorial History of t.
Uprising at the North
Chicago: The Puritan Press Co. 1894. A black and white engraving of a collage of various scenes depicting the Union Army. The collage contains images of Fort Sumter, Bunker Hill, the United States Capitol and troops representing each of the states belonging to the Union. 22 1/2 x 16 1/2...
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Franklin Pierce
The Gravure Company of America, 1901. Black and white engraving of Healy's portrait of Franklin Pierce, the forteenth president of the United States (1853-1857). Prior to his presidency, he served as a U.S. Senator from New Hampshire. Pierce took office as tension between the North and the South escalated. He...
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James K. Polk
The Gravure Company of America, 1901. Black and white engraving of Healy's portrait of James K. Polk, the eleventh president of the United States (1845-1849). He is known for the annexation of Texas, the purchase of California from Mexico, and the acquisition of the Oregon Territory. He served as the...
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