Film, Video The last fierce charge [illustrated]

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The last fierce charge [illustrated]
Contributor Names
Ford, Warde (vocalist)
-  Audio track taken from AFS 4214 B1 (General)
-  Drawings from Library of Congress online resources. (General)
-  Photos used: The Union & rebel officers taking the last drink after signing the papers of parole & exchange of prisoners, goodbye ( -- [Soldier with blanket wrapped around shoulders] ( Building pontoon bridges at Fredericksburg Dec. 11th ( -- Fredericksburg, night of the 11th ( -- Spare cartridges ( -- [Union soldiers exchanging salutations with the Confederates at Fredericksburg, Va.] ( ) -- Gen. Burndside [sic] visiting Gn. Franklin giving him the order to evacuate his position-on the battlefield on the right, Sunday Eve., all at rest. ( -- Night. The sacking of Fredericksburg-- & biovace[sic]of Union troops ( -- [Attack on Fredericksburg] ( -- Gallant Charge of Humphrey's Division at the Battle of Fredericksburg ( -- Bringing the wounded into Fredericksburg in the afternoon--of Saturday ( -- Rebel pickets dead, in Fredericksburg. Pontoon bridge, Union batteries firing on the rebel works back of the city. From the hill in the background of picture ( -- Genl. Humphreys charging at the head of his division after sunset of the 13th Dec ( ). (Content)
-  Original sound recording source material is available at: (source)
motion picture
1 video ; 4 min.
Music Division
LC Classification
AFS 4212 B1
Online Format
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