These 70 civil war photographs have the dust, fingerprints, pencil and ink markings, etc. removed and then digitally enhanced so they will look their best when placed above your mantel shelf or elsewhere. Each of the 70 digitally enhanced photos are captioned with the text seen below. Click here for a before and after picture. Click here for a free photo (CW-1) in a zip file. Enhanced photos are in the 12-14" wide and 10-15" in height in jpg format. The 107 non-enhanced photos are approximately 14" wide and 11" high in jpg format.
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These 70 enhanced photos have the caption on the bottom as seen in the free photo.
cw-1 Engineers of the 8th N.Y. State Militia, 1861
cw-2 Log hut company kitchen, 1864
cw-3 Soldiers at rest after drill, Petersburg, Va., 1864
cw-4 A regimental fife-and-drum corps.
cw-5 Winter quarters; soldiers in front of their wooden hut, "Pine Cottage."
cw-6 The 26th U.S. Colored Volunteer Infantry on parade, Camp William Penn, Pa., 1865.
cw-7 The 21st Michigan Infantry, a company of Sherman's veterans.
cw-8 Ringgold, Ga., battery at drill.
cw-9 Army blacksmith and forge, Antietam, Md.
cw-10 Dismounted parade of the 7th New York Cavalry in camp, 1862. Some mounted troops are in the background.
cw-11 Federal cavalry column along the Rappahannock River, Va., 1862.
cw-12 Allan Pinkerton, chief of McClellan's secret service, with his men near Cumberland Landing, Va., May 14, 1862. (Pinkerton is smoking a pipe.) Photographed by George N. Barnard and James F. Gibson.
cw-13 Federal observation balloon Intrepid being inflated. Battle of Fair Oaks, Va., May 1862.
cw-14 Scouts and guides for the Army of the Potomac, Berlin, Md., October 1862.
cw-15 Constructing telegraph lines, April 1864.
cw-16 Signal Tower at Cobb's Hill, near New Market, Va., 1864.
cw-17 A New York Herald Tribune wagon and reporters in the field.
cw-18 President Lincoln visiting the battlefield at Antietam, Md., October 3, 1862. General McClellan and 15 members of his staff are in the group. Soldier on the far right is George A. Custer.
cw-19 Gen. George Thomas and a group of officers at a council of war near Ringgold, Ga., May 5, 1864.
cw-20 Council of war near Massaponax Church, Va., May 21, 1864. General Grant is looking over General Meade's shoulder at a map Meade holds.
cw-21 Pontoon bridge at Bull Run, Va., 1862.
cw-22 Federal engineers bridging the Tennessee River at Chattanooga, March 1864.
cw-23 Digging the Dutch Gap Canal on the James River, Va., 1864.
cw-24 The four-tiered, 780-foot-long railroad trestle bridge built by Federal engineers at Whiteside, Tenn., 1864. A guard camp is also shown.
cw-25 Pontoon bridge across the James River at Richmond, Va., 1865.
cw-26 A group of foreign observers with Maj. Gen. George Stoneman at Falmouth, Va. 1863.
cw-27 Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant standing by a tree in front of a tent, Cold Harbor, Va., June 1864.
cw-28 Maj. Gen. Philip Sheridan and his generals in front of Sheridan's tent, 1864. Left to right: Wesley Merritt, David McM.Gregg, Sheridan, Henry E. Davies (standing), James H. Wilson, and Alfred Torbert.
cw-29 Wounded soldiers being tended in the field after the Battle of Chancellorsville near Fredericksburg, Va., May 2, 1863.
cw-30 Amputation being performed in a hospital tent, Gettysburg, July 1863.
cw-31 Ambulance drill of the 57th New York Infantry, 1864.
cw-32 Ward in the Carver General Hospital, Washington, D.C.
cw-33 Chaplain conducting mass for the 69th New York State Militia encamped at Fort Corcoran, Washington, D.C., 1861.
cw-34 Members of the Christian Commission at their field headquarters near Germantown, Md., September 1863.
cw-35 Religious services on the deck of the U.S. monitor Passaic, 1864.
cw-36 A Union station on the James River established for extracting gunpowder from Confederate torpedoes, 1864.
cw-37 Columbiad guns of the Confederate water battery at Warrington, Fla. (entrance to Pensacola Bay), February 1861.
cw-38 The 13-inch mortar "Dictator" mounted on a railroad flatcar before Petersburg, Va., October 1864.
cw-39 A 200-pound Parrott rifle in Fort Gregg on Morris Island, S.C., 1865.
cw-40 Confederate torpedoes, shot, and shells in front of the arsenal, Charleston, S.C., 1865.
cw-41 A 15-inch Rodman gun in Battery Rodgers, Alexandria, Va.
cw-42 Mathew B. Brady under fire with a battery before Petersburg, Va., June 21, 1864. Brady, in the foreground, is wearing a straw hat.
cw-43 Confederate prisoners captured in the Shenandoah Valley being guarded in a Union camp, May 1862.
cw-44 Three Confederate prisoners from the Battle of Gettysburg, July 1863.
cw-45 Issuing rations. Andersonville Prison, Ga., August 17, 1864.
cw-46 Libby Prison, Richmond, Va., April 1865.
cw-47 Old Capitol Prison, Washington, D.C.
cw-48 Commissary Department, Headquarters, Army of the Potomac, Brandy Station, Va., February 1864.
cw-49 Burying the dead at Fredericksburg, Va., after the Wilderness Campaign, May 1864.
cw-50 Depot of the U.S. Military Railroads, City Point, Va., 1864, showing the engine "President."
cw-51 The engine "Firefly" on a trestle of the Orange and Alexandria Railroad.
cw-52 Fort Sumter, S.C., April 4, 1861, under the Confederate flag.
cw-53 Ruins of Stone Bridge, Bull Run, Va., March 1862.
cw-54 Confederate fortifications, Manassas, Va., March 1862.
cw-55 Main street and church guarded by Union soldiers, Centreville, Va., May 1862.
cw-56 Antietam Bridge, Md., September 1862. Soldiers and wagons are crossing the bridge.
cw-57 Street scene, Warrenton, Va., ca. 1862.
cw-58 Fredericksburg, Va., February 1863. View from across the Rappahannock River.
cw-59 Confederate dead behind the stone wall of Marye's Heights, Fredericksburg, Va., killed during the Battle of Chancellorsville, May 1863.
cw-60 Fairfax Court House, Virginia, with Union soldiers in front and on the roof, June 1863.
cw-61 Dead Confederate sharpshooter in the Devil's Den, Gettysburg, Pa., July 1863.
cw-62 Union and Confederate dead, Gettysburg Battlefield, Pa., July 1863.
cw-63 General Meade's headquarters. Culpeper, Va., 1863.
cw-64 Capt. Edmund C. Bainbridge's Battery A, 1st U.S. Artillery, at the seige of Port Hudson, La., 1863.
cw-65 Peachtree Street with wagon traffic, Atlanta, Ga., 1864.
cw-66 Street scene showing Sutlers Row, Chattanooga, Tenn., 1864.
cw-67 Union entrenchments near Kenesaw Mountain, Ga., 1864.
cw-68 The "Pulpit" after capture, Fort Fisher, N.C., January 1865.
cw-69 Harpers Ferry, W Va., July 1865. High-angle view showing the confluence of the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers.
cw-70 McLean house where General Lee surrendered. Appomattox Court House, Va., April 1865.
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