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    • 200 - Union Refugees

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Plaster sculpture--Photographs;M. Stadtfeld (Studio : New York City, N.Y.)
    • The CDV imprint contains the following information: Roger's Groups, Union Refugees. Published & Photographed by M. Stadfeld, 711 Broadway, N. Y. Entered according to Act of Congress by John Rogers, in the year 1863, in the Clerk's Office of the...
    • ca. 1864
    • 199 - Bushwacker: the wife's appeal for peace

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Plaster sculpture--Photographs;M. Stadtfeld (Studio : New York City, N.Y.)
    • The CDV imprint contains the following information: Roger's Groups, The Bushwacker: the wife's appeal for peace. Published & Photographed by M. Stadfeld, 711 Broadway, N. Y. Entered according to Act of Congress by John Rogers, in the year 1863, in...
    • ca. 1864
    • 198 - Returned Volunteer:"How the fort was taken"

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Plaster sculpture--Photographs;M. Stadtfeld (Studio : New York City, N.Y.)
    • The CDV imprint contains the following information: Roger's Groups, Returned Volunteer:"How the fort was taken". Published & Photographed by M. Stadfeld, 711 Broadway, N. Y. Entered according to Act of Congress by John Rogers, in the year 1863, in...
    • ca. 1864
    • 197 - Picket Guard

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Plaster sculpture--Photographs;M. Stadtfeld (Studio : New York City, N.Y.)
    • The CDV imprint contains the following information: Roger's Groups, Picket Guard. Published & Photographed by M. Stadfeld, 711 Broadway, N. Y. Entered according to Act of Congress by John Rogers, in the year 1863, in the Clerk's Office of the...
    • ca. 1864
    • 196 - Home Guard: Midnight on the border

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Plaster sculpture--Photographs;M. Stadtfeld (Studio : New York City, N.Y.)
    • The CDV imprint contains the following information: Roger's Groups, The Home Guard: Midnight on the border. Published & Photographed by M. Stadfeld, 711 Broadway, N. Y. Entered according to Act of Congress by John Rogers, in the year 1863, in the...
    • ca. 1864
    • 195 - Taking the Oath & Drawing Rations

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Plaster sculpture--Photographs;M. Stadtfeld (Studio : New York City, N.Y.)
    • The CDV imprint contains the following information: Roger's Groups, Taking the Oath & Drawing Rations. Published & Photographed by M. Stadfeld, 711 Broadway, N. Y. Entered according to Act of Congress by John Rogers, in the year 1863, in the...
    • ca. 1864
    • 194 - Country Post-office: "News from the Army"

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Plaster sculpture--Photographs;M. Stadtfeld (Studio : New York City, N.Y.)
    • The CDV imprint contains the following information: Roger's Groups, Country Post-office: "News from the Army". Published & Photographed by M. Stadfeld, 711 Broadway, N. Y. Entered according to Act of Congress by John Rogers, in the year 1863, in...
    • ca. 1864
    • 193 - Sharpshooters

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Plaster sculpture--Photographs;M. Stadtfeld (Studio : New York City, N.Y.)
    • The CDV imprint contains the following information: Roger's Groups, Sharpshooters. Published & Photographed by M. Stadfeld, 711 Broadway, N. Y. Entered according to Act of Congress by John Rogers, in the year 1863, in the Clerk's Office of the...
    • ca. 1864
    • 192 - Camp Fire

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Plaster sculpture--Photographs;M. Stadtfeld (Studio : New York City, N.Y.)
    • The CDV imprint contains the following information: Roger's Groups, Camp Fire. Published & Photographed by M. Stadfeld, 711 Broadway, N. Y. Entered according to Act of Congress by John Rogers, in the year 1863, in the Clerk's Office of the District...
    • ca. 1864
    • 191 - Town Pump

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Plaster sculpture--Photographs;M. Stadtfeld (Studio : New York City, N.Y.)
    • The CDV imprint contains the following information: Roger's Groups, Town Pump. Published & Photographed by M. Stadfeld, 711 Broadway, N. Y. Entered according to Act of Congress by John Rogers, in the year 1863, in the Clerk's Office of the District...
    • ca. 1864
    • 190 - Mail Day

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Plaster sculpture--Photographs;M. Stadtfeld (Studio : New York City, N.Y.)
    • The CDV imprint contains the following information: Roger's Groups, Mail Day. Published & Photographed by M. Stadfeld, 711 Broadway, N. Y. Entered according to Act of Congress by John Rogers, in the year 1863, in the Clerk's Office of the District...
    • ca. 1864
    • 189 - Camp Life: The Card Players

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Plaster sculpture--Photographs;M. Stadtfeld (Studio : New York City, N.Y.)
    • Rogers, John (b Salem, MA, 30 Oct 1829; d New Canaan, CT, 26 July 1904). American sculptor. Beginning in 1863, Rogers decided to concentrate on the plaster figures and groups (known as the 'Rogers Groups') that were to remain popular for the next...
    • ca. 1864
    • 188 - Mobile Point Bastion, south side, outer works

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Fort Morgan (Ala.)--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands on an outer defense wall looking along the dry moat in front of the fort's south face. The Mobile Point lighthouse may be seen in the distance. The verso inscribed, "So side."
    • ca. 1864
    • 187 - Mobile Point Bastion, south side, inner works

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Fort Morgan (Ala.)--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands on an outer defense wall looking out across the space between the inner and outer defense works. The top of the Mobile Point lighthouse may be seen in the distance over the fortress walls. The verso inscribed, "Citadel So side."
    • ca. 1864
    • 186 - Mobile Point Bastion, north and west side

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Fort Morgan (Ala.)--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands on an outer defense wall looking back toward the fort's central keep. The top of the Mobile Point lighthouse may be seen in the distance over the fortress walls. The verso inscribed, "No & West side."
    • ca. 1864
    • 185 - Mobile Point Bastion, north side

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Fort Morgan (Ala.)--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands atop the defensive walls of Fort Morgan looking across the open interior toward the sea. The Mobile Point lighthouse may be seen in the distance. The verso inscribed, "East side of Citadel."
    • ca. 1864
    • 184 - Water Battery

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Ordnance--Photographs;Coastal defenses--United States--Alabama--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands on a dune running parallel to the shore looking down on a number of gun emplacements looking out to sea. The verso inscribed, "Water Battery."
    • ca. 1864
    • 183 - Mobile Point Bastion, north side

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Fort Morgan (Ala.)--Photographs;Ordnance--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands on a defensive wall looking toward and past three gun emplacements. A group of buildings may be seen in the distance. The verso inscribed, "Mobile Point Bastion (No side).
    • ca. 1864
    • 182 - Mobile Point Lighthouse

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Mobile Point (Ala.)--Photographs;Lighthouses--Alabama--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • Work began on a fort at Mobile Bay’s entrance in 1819. The fort was built at Mobile Point, located at the western extreme of the peninsula that stretches across much of Mobile Bay’s mouth. Completed in 1834, the fort was named Fort Morgan in honor...
    • ca. 1864
    • 181 - Fort Morgan - River Battery

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Fort Morgan (Ala.)--Photographs;Ordnance--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands at eye level within a gun emplacement looking toward and past two cannons. The recto carries the printed text, "Entered according to Act of Congress, October 1st, 1864, by McPherson & Oliver, in the clerks office of the District...
    • ca. 1864
    • 180 - Ulysses S. Grant

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885--Photographs;E. & H. T. Anthony (Studio : New York City, N.Y.)
    • This is a studio bust portrait of Ulysses S. Grant. There is a 2-cent orange tax stamp cancelled with a ruled "x" on verso.
    • ca. 1864
    • 179 - Admiral David Farragut & Commodore Percival Drayton

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Farragut, David Glasgow, 1801-1870--Photographs;Drayton, Percival, 1812-1865--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;W.D. McPherson (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • This is a studio seated full-length portrait of two naval officers in uniform. Admiral David Glasgow Farragut, Commander, Western Gulf Blockading Squadron, sits on the viewer's right, Commodore Percival Drayton, Capitan of Farragut's Flagship...
    • ca. 1864
    • 178 - U.S.S. Richmond

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Richmond (Sloop)--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands on the bank of a river looking toward the USS Richmond, a Wooden Steam Sloop of War launched 1860. Tonnage 2604; length 225'; draft 17'4 ½"; armament one 80-pounder Dahlgren rifle, twenty 9" Dahlgren smoothbores, one 30-pounder...
    • ca. 1864
    • 177 - U.S.S. Quaker City at Pensacola

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Quaker City (Steamer)--Photographs
    • The camera stands ashore looking over near shore pilings toward the Quaker City, a 1428-ton (burden) wooden side-wheel steamship. Built at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1854, she was chartered by the Navy in April 1861 and sent to enforce the...
    • ca. 1864
    • 176 - Ironclad on the river.

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Tennessee (Ironclad)--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands on the bank of a river looking out toward the USS (once CSS) Tennessee, a 1273-ton ironclad ram, was built at Selma, Alabama. Launched in February 1863, her outfitting was completed at Mobile, where she was commissioned in...
    • ca. 1864
    • 175 - U.S.S. Minona No. 2

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Minona No. 2 (Gunboat)--Photographs
    • The camera stands on the bank of a river looking toward the Minona No. 2, anchored just off shore.
    • ca. 1864
    • 174 - Copy of an engraving of a converted steamboat.

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Prey (Woodclad)--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The engraving shows a side view of a river steamboat converted to be used as a gun boat. She flies a United States ensign. The verso inscribed, "Prey," which may be her name.
    • ca. 1864
    • 173 - U.S.S. Estrella

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Estrella (Steamer)--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stand on the bank of a river looking toward the U.S.S.Estrella, a side-wheel steamer. She was transferred from the Army to the Navy late in 1862, and commissioned soon after. Assigned to the West Gulf Blockading Squadron, Estrella served...
    • ca. 1864
    • 172 - U.S.S. Lexington

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Lexington (Woodclad)--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands on the bank of a river looking toward the USS Lexington, a 448-ton side-wheel steamer built in 1860 at Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania, for commercial use. She was acquired for the Army's Western Gunboat Flotilla in June 1861 and...
    • ca. 1864
    • 171 - U.S.S. Chickasaw

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Chickasaw (Ironclad)--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands on the bank of a river looking toward the USS Chickasaw, a 1300-ton Milwaukee class twin-turret ironclad river monitor built at Carondelet, Missouri. She was commissioned in May 1864. After brief service on the Mississippi River,...
    • ca. 1864
    • 170 - U.S.S. Essex

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Essex (Ironclad)--Photographs;L.I. Prince (Studio : New Orleans, La.);Prince, Louis Isaac, 1832-1867, photographer
    • The camera stands on the river bank looking toward the USS Essex, a 1000-ton ironclad river gunboat. She was converted in stages from the steam ferry New Era. Originally constructed at New Albany, Indiana, in 1856, the ship was purchased in...
    • ca. 1864
    • 169 - U.S.S. Pittsburgh

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Ozark (Ironclad)--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands on the bank of a river looking toward the USS Pittsburg, a 512-ton Cairo class ironclad river gunboat, was built at Saint Louis, Missouri and commissioned in January 1862 as part of the U.S. Army's Western Gunboat Flotilla. Late...
    • ca. 1864
    • 168 - Naval ordnance aboard the Ozark

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Ozark (Ironclad)--Photographs;Ordnance, Naval--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands at slightly below eye level on the deck of the Ozark looking toward and beyond a naval gun. The river's bank may be seen in the distance. The verso inscribed, "Ozark."
    • ca. 1864
    • 167 - U.S.S. Ozark

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Ozark (Ironclad)--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands on the bank of a river looking toward the USS Ozark, a 578-ton single-turret ironclad river monitor, built at Peoria, Illinois. Commissioned in February 1864, she spent her entire Navy career serving in the Mississippi Squadron....
    • ca. 1864
    • 166 - Officers of the Mound City

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Mound City (Ironclad)--Photographs;United States. Navy--Officers--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands at eye level on the deck of the Mound City looking at a group of ship's officers seated behind a small cannon on its carriage. The group sits under a rigged tarp providing shade. The verso inscribed, "Mound City."
    • ca. 1864
    • 165 - U.S.S. "Mound City"

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Mound City (Ironclad)--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands on the bank of a river looking down toward the USS Mound City, a 512-ton Cairo class ironclad river gunboat, built at Mound City, Illinois, for the U.S. Army's Western Gunboat Flotilla, commissioned in January 1862. She was...
    • ca. 1864
    • 164 - Deck of the Hartford

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Hartford (Sloop)--Photographs;Ordnance, Naval--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands at eye level on the deck of the Hartford looking forward along the starboard side of the main deck. The recto carries the printed text, "Entered according to Act of Congress, November 10th, 1864, by McPherson & Oliver, in the...
    • ca. 1864
    • 163 - U.S.S. Hartford's helm

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Sailors--American--1860-1870--Photographs;Hartford (Sloop)--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands at eye level looking across the open deck of the Hartford. Two men of the ship's company stand on either side of the ship's wheel. Two others stand behind them. A fifth crewman may be seen further aft. The verso inscribed,...
    • ca. 1864
    • 162 - Men of the Hartford

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Sailors--United States--Photographs;Hartford (Sloop)--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands at eye level looking along the open deck of the Hartford. The ship's men sit and stand on deck, some looking at the camera, others not. The verso inscribed, "Hartford."
    • ca. 1864
    • 161 - Officers of the Hartford

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;United States. Navy--Officers--Photographs;Hartford (Sloop)--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands at eye level on the open deck of the Hartford looking toward a group of officers sitting under a structure on deck. The verso inscribed, "officers Hartford."
    • ca. 1864
    • 160 - Whistling Jack

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Port Hudson (La.)--History--Siege, 1863--Photographs;Ordnance--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands at eye level looking toward a large cannon. The Mississippi River may be seen in the distance. The cannon's elevation has been depressed to fire down upon the river below. The verso is inscribed, "Whistling Dick [struck through]...
    • ca. 1864
    • 159 - U.S.S. "Hartford"

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Hartford (Sloop)--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The USS HARTFORD, launched 22 November 1858 and commissioned 27 May 1859, was a " screw sloop of war”. She was 220' long, 44' wide, with a speed of 13.5 knots. She carried 42 guns, with a crew of 304, officers and enlisted. During the Civil War...
    • ca. 1864
    • 158 - Looking towards Federal 17 gun battery from the interior of the citadel showing "gopher...

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Port Hudson (La.)--History--Siege, 1863--Photographs;Fortification--Louisiana--Port Hudson--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands atop a defensive work looking across the interior of the citadel and out toward a line of Federal ordnance in the distance. In the middle ground of the image are a number of barrels with sandbags covering them. These barrels may...
    • ca. 1864
    • 157 - Rebel huts.

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Port Hudson (La.)--History--Siege, 1863--Photographs;Log cabins--Louisiana--Port Hudson--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands at eye level looking toward and down a row of log structures.

      The title for this image taken from Ward, 4875066.
    • ca. 1864
    • 156 - Another interior view of the Citadel.

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Port Hudson (La.)--History--Siege, 1863--Photographs;Fortification--Louisiana--Port Hudson--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands on the edge of a defensive work looking down into an area supported by revetments. Behind an above the lower area more of the interior of the citadel may be seen. See also Dunham, 3241154.
    • ca. 1864
    • 155 - 9-inch Dahlgren's on the navel Battery slung for transportation.

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Port Hudson (La.)--History--Siege, 1863--Photographs;Ordnance--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands slightly below eye level looking toward a naval gun slung for transportation. In the background may be seen another carriage. The verso inscribed, "off the Richmond."

      The title for this image taken from Ward, 4875074.
    • ca. 1864
    • 154 - Interior view of the Citadel.

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Port Hudson (La.)--History--Siege, 1863--Photographs;Fortification--Louisiana--Port Hudson--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands on the edge of a defensive work looking down into an area supported by revetments. Behind an above the lower area more of the interior of the citadel may be seen. See also Dunham, 3241156.
    • ca. 1864
    • 153 - Case of false pretenses on the water front.

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Port Hudson (La.)--History--Siege, 1863--Photographs;Ordnance--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands at eye level looking toward a "Quaker Gun," i.e. a tree truck trimmed and mounted on a carriage to look like a cannon from a distance.

      The caption for this image taken from Ward, 4875056.
    • ca. 1864
    • 152 - Inside the Citadel.

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Port Hudson (La.)--History--Siege, 1863--Photographs;Ordnance--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands at eye level looking across rubble toward a dismounted cannon. Behind the dismounted cannon stand defensive works in ruins.
    • ca. 1864
    • 151 - Men lined up outdoors

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs;Port Hudson (La.)--History--Siege, 1863--Photographs;McPherson, William D., photographer;McPherson & Oliver (Studio : New Orleans, La.)
    • The camera stands outdoors at eye level looking across a stretch of flat land toward a line of men in the middle ground of the image. A few of those men turn to face the camera.
    • ca. 1864

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