Images from the Civil War and Reconstruction

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The Louisiana Research Collection preserves a renowned collection of images pertaining to the Civil War and its aftermath. Among its holdings are more than 1,000 photographs, lithographs, and drawings from the Louisiana Historical Association depicting the Civil War and Reconstruction era. Subjects include political leaders, soldier and regimental portraits, studio portraits of general officers, photographs of memorial committees and veteransí organizations, and forts and battlefields. Also included are images pertaining to the Army of Northern Virginia, the Washington Artillery, and photographs of Confederate monuments. Many of the images are unique, and many are by some of New Orleansís more noted photographers.

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Ascension Parish, Sons of Veterans
S of V. Parish of Ascention. The canon is being prepared., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
Ashbridge
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Battle of Antietam
Gallant charge of General Burnside's Division at the bridge, digitallibrary@tulane.edu
Battle of Corinth
Fort Muhmett (spelling?), digitallibrary@tulane.edu
Battle of Corinth
Fort Muhmett (spelling?), digitallibrary@tulane.edu
Battle of Shiloh
Engraving of the Battle of Shiloh., From a painting by Alonzo Chappel, digitallibrary@tulane.edu
Battle Scene
Battle field, digitallibrary@tulane.edu
Beach Hurst
Advertises homes in the Pass Christian area of the Mississippi Gulf Coast., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
Beauvoir home outside view
The old home of Jefferson Davis, the only president of the Southern confederacy., digitallibrary@tulane.edu
Beauvoir, Jefferson Davis Shrine
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Beauvoir Jefferson Davis Shrine
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Beauvoir, Jefferson Davis Shrine
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Bedroom at Robert E. Lee Mansion
Bedroom, digitallibrary@tulane.edu
Bedroom of Jeff Davis Beauvoir House
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Bell Bridge
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Bellechase House of Judah P. Benjamin
Home of Judah P. Benjamin, first Attorney General, later Secretary of War and finally Secretary of State of the Confederate States of America. The photo is the cover of a postcard., digitallibrary@tulane.edu

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