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[Fort] Sumter, [Fort] Gregg, and part of [Fort] Wagner
Two 100 pound Parrotts, Sergeant Jas. Wilson, 1st US Artillery, left batteries
Battery F, 3rd NY Artillery Sergeant P. Birchmeyer, 2nd parallel
Beacon House, north side
[Morris Island, South Carolina]
Sea Coast Mortars extreme left
Dismounted 200 pounder, Captain Shaw, 3rd Regiment, 1st gun which opened on [Fort] Sumter, left batteries
Engineer Department, Morris Island
[300 pound Parrott after bursting of muzzle]
Three 30 pound Parrotts, Captain Shaw, 3rd Regiment, left batteries
Two 30 pound Parrotts, Captain Shaw, 3rd Regiment, left batteries
Battery B, four 12 pound Howitzers, Lieutenant Guy V. Henry, 2nd parallel
President Lincoln's Reinauguration at the Capitol, March 4, 1865
Light house destroyed and rebuilt by the Rebels
Burst 100 pound Parrott
Part of the Naval Battery, two 80 pound Whitworth rifles, 2nd parallel
Interior view of [Fort] Wagner, bomb proof
Swamp Angel dismounted
The Press on the Field
Captain Colwell, two 100 pound and one 200 pound Parrotts, left batteries
Part of Naval Battery, 2nd parallel
Battery Rosecrans, 3rd Regiment, Artillery Captain Joe J. Comstock, three 100 pounders, 1 dismounted, 2nd parallel
1st Mortar Battery, Morris Island
Advance works, from the Beacon House
Battery Meade, two 100 pound Parrotts, Sergeant George Woreen, 2nd parallel

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