3 results containing "Soldiers--Confederate--Virginia--Petersburg--1860-1870."
Rebel artillery soldiers, killed in the trenches of "Fort Hell," at the storming of Petersburgh, Va., April 2d, 1865 The one in the foreground has U.S. belts on, probably taken from a Union soldier prisoner, his uniform is grey cloth trimmed with red. This view was taken the morning after the fight.
 | 1 photograph | Brady's National Photographic Portrait Galleries
LOT 4168, no. 244 [P&P] | LC-DIG-stereo-1s04369 (digital file from original item, front)
The war in Virginia - the 22nd Colored Regiment, Duncan's brigade, carrying the first line of Rebel works before Petersburg
1864. | 1 print | Forbes, Edwin, 1839-1895
Illus. in AP2.L52 Case Y [P&P] | LC-USZ62-111177 (b&w film copy neg.)
The war in Virginia - a regiment of the 18th Corps carrying a portion of Beauregard's line in front of Petersburg
1864. | 1 print | Mullen, E. F.
Illus. in AP2.L52 Case Y [P&P] | LC-USZ62-111179 (b&w film copy neg.)