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9. Army Blacksmith and Forge - Antietam, MD, September 1862

10. Dismounted Parade of the 7th New York Cavalry in Camp - 1862

11. Federal Cavalry Column - Rappahannock River, VA, 1862

240. Colonel William W. Averell, 3rd Penn Cavalry, and Staff

Left to right: Lt. W. H. Brown (5th U.S. Cavalry), Lt. H. H. King (3rd Pennsylvania Cavalry), Colonel Averell, Lt. Phillip Pollard (3rd Pennsylvania Cavalry)

241. Colonel James H. Childs (standing) with Other Officers of the 4th Pennsylvania Cavalry - Westover Landing, VA, August 1862

242. Lieutenant  Colonel Samuel W. Owens from the 3rd Pennsylvania Cavalry, Caught Napping - Westover Landing, VA, August 1862

243. Commissioned and Noncommissioned Officers of Companies C and D, 1st Massachusetts Cavalry - Petersburg VA, August 1864

247. Officers of the 1st Massachusetts Cavalry at Army of the Potomac Headquarters - Petersburg VA, August 1864

Unknown, Captain Edward Flint, Captain Charles Francis Adams Jr., Lieutenant George Teague

273. Camp of 18th Pennsylvania Cavalry, 3rd Division Cavalry Corps ñ Near Brandy Station, VA, March 1864

274. Troopers of Company D, 3rd Pennsylvania Cavalry 2nd Division, Cavalry Corps - Brandy Station, VA, March 1864

283. Detachment of 3rd Indiana Cavalry - Petersburg, VA, November 1864

365. Federal Cavalry at Sudley Ford - Bull Run, VA, March 1862

410. Camp of the 5th Pennsylvania Cavalry Near the Battlefield Near Fort Burnham, VA, October 29, 1864

411. Colonel William W. Averell, 3rd Pennsylvania Cavalry, and Staff - Westover Landing, VA, August 1862

412. General View of 13th New York Cavalry Camp - Prospect Hill, VA, July 1865

414. General View of Camp of Oneida, NY, Independent Cavalry Company at Army Headquarters with Men at Leisure - Petersburg, VA, March 1865

415. Noncommissioned Officers of 13th New York Cavalry - Prospect Hill, VA, July 1865

416. Officers and Men of Company K, 1st U.S. Cavalry (1st Division, Cavalry Corps) - Brandy Station, VA, February 1864

426. Lieutenant James B. Washington, a Confederate Prisoner, with Capt. George A. Custer of the 5th U.S. Cavalry - Fair Oaks, VA, May 31, 1862

588. Major Charles J. Whiting, Captain James E. Harrison, and Captain Wesley W. Owens of the 5th U.S. Cavalry - Warrenton, VA