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The Civl War In New Kent

 1862

Confederate Stone Fleet in the Pamunkey

The 16th New York at the battle of Eltham I

The 16th New York at the Battle of Eltham II

The 16th New York at the Battle of Eltham III

The 16th New York at the Battle of Eltham IV

More New York at Eltham-1862

More New York at Eltham-1862- The Funeral of Frederick Pross

Custer Wades in the Chickahominy

Hailstorms and Court Martials and Wine

A Historic Vista

The Chaplain and the Captain

Who Was Chaplain Sloan?

Rev. Isaac Oliver Sloan

Reconnaissance of the Chickahominy, June 1862- Part One

Reconnaissance of the Chickahominy, June 1862- Part Two

The Proto Aircraft Carrier of the Pamunkey Part One

The Proto Aircraft Carrier of the Pamunkey Part Two

St. Peter's Church During the Civil War

"More Terribly They Suffer, The More Fiercely They Fight": An Account of the Battle of Eltham

Story of a Trooper: Francis Colburn Adams in New Kent

Story of a Trooper: Francis Colburn Adams in New Kent II . . . The Battle of Eltham

Story of a Trooper: Francis Colburn Adams in New Kent III . . . A March to Eltham

Story of a Trooper: Francis Colburn Adams in New Kent IV - A visit to Eltham

Story of a Trooper V- Farmer Martin and the French Nobility

Story of a Trooper: Francis Colburn Adams in New Kent VI- At the Toler estate. (Language Warning)

Near Bottom's Bridge, June 11, 1864

Following the Greek Cross . . . through the Penninsula

Liberty Baptist Claim

Hood's "Texians" in Battle

Antietam

Wilhelm Heine's Report from the Chickahominy 1862

" . . . woe unto a soldier's life"

A Mass at the White House, 1862

New Kent Historical Markers, 6

Battle of Eltham After Action Reports- Part One

Battle of Eltham After Action Reports- Part Two

Battle of Eltham After Action Reports- Part Three

Battle of Eltham After Action Reports- Part Four

Battle of Eltham After Action Reports- Part Five

Battle of Eltham After Action Reports- Part Six

Battle of Eltham After Action Reports- Part Seven
"Oh, What a Courthouse it Is!"

Eltham Battle Site

Notice to Conscripts

Attack on our pickets — affairs on the Peninsula. [correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] White House

One hundred fifty years ago . . .

The Enemy in New Kent

One hundred fifty years ago . . .

One hundred fifty years ago this week . . .

At Bottoms Bridge May 1862

With the 10th Massachussets

MAY 20-23, l862.- Operations about Bottoms Bridge, Chickahominy River, Va- I

MAY 20-23, l862.- Operations about Bottoms Bridge, Chickahominy River, Va- II

MAY 20-23, l862.- Operations about Bottoms Bridge, Chickahominy River, Va- III

MAY 20-23, l862.- Operations about Bottoms Bridge, Chickahominy River, Va- IV

MAY 20-23, l862.- Operations about Bottoms Bridge, Chickahominy River, Va- V

MAY 20-23, l862.- Operations about Bottoms Bridge, Chickahominy River, Va- VI

MAY 20-23, l862.- Operations about Bottoms Bridge, Chickahominy River, Va- VII

MAY 20-23, l862.- Operations about Bottoms Bridge, Chickahominy River, Va- VIII

"Barren Deserts"

"Enumerable Bugs and Specimens of Insect Life Hitherto Unknown to Them"

In the Pines

A Lost Account from the War of 1861-1865


1863

Some Confederate personalities of July 1863 . . .

. . . and the units they commanded

Smuggling Along the Pamunkey- 1863

Affair on the Pamunkey River 1863

On the Pamunkey January 1863, part 4- Dramatis Personae

On the Pamunkey January 1863, part 2

Expedition to Charles City- I

Expedition to Charles City- II

Expedition to Charles City- III

Expedition to Charles City- IV ...

Expedition to Charles City- V: Recriminations

Expedition to Charles City- VI: The New York Times

Expedition to Charles City- VII: Snark

Expedition to Charles City- VIII: Postscript

Expedition to Charles City- IX: The 42nd Virginia Cavalry Battalion

"All testimony corroborates the ...

 ". . . was not paid"

The Affair from a Naval View

Keyes Tries to Justify his Actions . . . and ...

Report of D. H. Hill

The Occupation of West Point: "Altered ...

"On the correspondence between General ...

Map

The Occupation of West Point

 Gunboats on the Pamunkey I

 "If you decline to make the move, General ...

 "We are also of opinion . . ."

 Another excellent map . . .

 "Very Respectfully"

Gunboats on the Pamunkey III

Hume the Scout
 
Morris Church

The Occupation of West Point: "Attack on ...

The Reassessment- I

A Raid on Burnt Ordinary I

A Raid on Burnt Ordinary II

 ". . . facts and rumors . . ."

Raid of August 1863. Pt. I

Raid of August 1863. Pt. II

Raid of August 1863. Pt. III : From the New York Times

Raid of August 1863. Pt. IV: From the Richmond Daily Dispatch

Depredations and Dear Vegetables

"On the correspondence between General Keyes and myself, I make no comment but leave it to speak for itself"

With the "Monitors" in the Summer of 1863- I


 1864

"Could You Witness the Ruin That Has Been Wrought"- Part I   

"Could You Witness the Ruin That Has Been Wrought"- Part II

Burning Boats 1864

Near Bottom's Bridge, June 11, 1864

The Fall of Fort Harrison- Part One

The Fall of Fort Harrison- Part Two

Scouring the Chickahominy- 1864

A Little Tragedy in a Big War

Fog of War

From the Army of the Potomac 1864

"A Yell Was Raised Along the Entire Line"

Pollard at Samaria Church . . .

Butler's Cavalry at White House, 1864

Close Up On George Covode . . .

South Carolina Cavalry Clash with "Sheridan's Raiders", 1864

Engagement at Jone's Bridge- June 22, 1864

"Fairly Whipped Them"

The Sixth New York at White House and St. Peters- 1864

The Sixth New York Cavalry- Along the Chickahominy 1864

The Sixth New York on the Ride- May 24- May 31 1864

Talking Wire- 1864

The Engine US Grant

Action at Long Bridge- June 12, 1864

Another Night on the Chickahominy, June 1864

A Night on the Chickahominy, June 1864

150 Years Ago Today. June 1864

The XVIII Corps Moves up the Pamunkey I

The XVIII Corps Moves up the Pamunkey II

The XVIII Corps Moves up the Pamunkey III

The XVIII Corps Moves up the Pamunkey IV

"A melancholy procession": White House Landing after the Battle of Cold Habor

Sheridan at White House, May 1864

June 1864

Feeding Sheridan I

Feeding Sheridan II

Sheridan at Baltimore Cross-Roads

Action at Jones' Bridge- Forty-second Cavalry
   
Bridge Repairs- Sheridan on the Chickahominy.
   
A Lady of the Peninsula - Sheridan on the Chickahominy.
   
"They Burn Bottom's bridge"- Sheridan on the Chickahominy.

"Out of supplies for my men and animals"- Sheridan Retires Over Bottom's Bridge.
   
Action at Jones' Bridge(Providence Forge)- The First United States Colored Cavalry
   
More naval affairs- May 1864
   
"The marauders who are in New Kent"- May 1864

Action at Jones' Bridge(Providence Forge)- May 1864
   
"It is ascertained from a source deemed worthy of credit"- May 1864
   
Expected at West Point- May
   
Landing at West Point- 1864
   
Naval Moves- Spring
   
"Do you think that particular move will fool any one?"- April
   
"Although of no great importance, I communicate the above to you . . ."
   
"Unamiable firmness" and General Isaac Wistar
   
"In the long woods"- April, 1864
   
"Private advices"- April,
   
The First District of Columbia
   
A.R.M.S.
   
James Pollard- "I respectfully apply to be furnished with . . ."

Pollard and Dahlgren- "Many of you may fall"
   
Pollard and Dahlgren- "This drew a volley upon himself"
   
Pollard and Dahlgren- "We charged, and had a very pretty chase for about a half a mile"
   
Pollard and Dahlgren- "the hero of the exploit"
   
Pollard and Dahlgren- Well Endorsed
   
March Comes in Like a Lion- Timberlake, Young and Old.
   
March Comes in Like a Lion- "a matter of great anxiety"

March Comes in Like a Lion- "A mountain of prejudice was removed in an instant"
   
March Comes in Like a Lion- "particularly obnoxious on account of bushwhackers"
   
March Comes in Like a Lion- "Additional Particulars" from the New York Times
   
March Comes in Like a Lion- Col. Spear at Tunstall's
   
March Comes in Like a Lion- "Tunstall's had been a station on the York River and Richmond railroad"

Escape!- "They report 109 more on the road"

Escape!- Swimming the Chickahominy

Escape!- "His feelings at seeing the old flag are indescribable."

Escape!- Tales from the Daily Dispatch . . .

Escape!- . . .and Tales of the Army

Escape!- "If one-fourth the escaped prisoners get in it will surprise me"

Escape!- Colonel Rose's Tale

Escape!- "Lieutenant Caustin, of the United States regular army . . ."



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