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Ghosts of Atlanta: 1864
"The War in the West." 1864 photo (half of a stereograph) by George N. Barnard. Atlanta Intelligencer newspaper office by the railroad depot. Exposure times ... and interested in knowing as well. Masonic Lodge (1864) in Atlanta I have been researching, and it appears that the Masonic ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 07/31/2012 - 7:20pm -

Ghosts of Atlanta: 1864

Atlanta: 1864
Atlanta, 1864. "Federal Army wagons at railroad depot." And maybe Scarlett ... for one of the four rail lines that ran through Atlanta in 1864. (The Gallery, Atlanta, Civil War, Geo. Barnard, Horses, Railroads) ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 12/14/2012 - 11:35am -

Atlanta: 1864

Occupied Atlanta: 1864
1864. Atlanta, Georgia. "Atlanta railroad depot and yard; Trout House and Masonic ... full size. "Sherman in Atlanta, September-November 1864. After three and a half months of incessant maneuvering and much hard ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 07/22/2012 - 2:45pm -

Occupied Atlanta: 1864

Marietta Street: 1864
1864. "Atlanta, Georgia. View on Marietta Street." Wet plate negative by George N. ... aerial view of your photo -- the centre of a painting of 1864 Atlanta (presumably from sketches from a balloon) by Wilbur G.Kurtz. It ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 08/09/2012 - 5:19pm -

Marietta Street: 1864

Atlanta: 1864
1864. Union Army soldier at Confederate fortifications outside of Atlanta. Wet collodion glass-plate negative by George N. Barnard. View full size. 1864? Wow. That's 143 years! 1864? Wow. That's 143 years! And that ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 08/24/2011 - 8:42am -

Atlanta: 1864

Atlanta Depot: 1864
1864. "Atlanta, Georgia, railroad yards." Wet plate collodion glass negative, left ... View full size. Burned And on September 2nd 1864, the departing Union troops set fire to this railroad terminal and all its ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 07/22/2012 - 2:44pm -

Atlanta Depot: 1864

Sherman in Atlanta: 1864
... on boxcars at railroad depot next to offices of the Atlanta Intelligencer during the city's occupation by General Sherman. View ... George Barnard. Alternate view here . (The Gallery, Atlanta, Civil War, Geo. Barnard, Horses) ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 07/31/2012 - 7:30pm -

Sherman in Atlanta: 1864

Abraham Lincoln: 1865
... a burden? And a question: Going into the summer of 1864, he was certain that he would lose re-election, and lose big (draft/race ... Copperheads, bad press, etc.). If Sherman doesn't capture Atlanta in September, does Lincoln lose? If he is voted out after one term, ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 08/03/2012 - 6:52pm -

Abraham Lincoln: 1865

Downtown Atlanta (Colorized): 1864
... original negative of right half . The title is “Atlanta, Ga. Wagon Train on Marietta Street”; however, this is in error. In ... a cannon ball ricocheted killing Solomon Luckie on 8/9/1864. Luckie was a free African American barber, and the Lamppost is still ... 
 
Posted by Rob - 08/24/2011 - 8:44am -

Downtown Atlanta (Colorized): 1864

Old Dixie Down: 1864
1864. A passel of Yankees in repose. "Federal picket post near Atlanta, Georgia." Wet collodion glass plate negative by George N. Barnard. ... it was taken just prior to the Battle of Atlanta (July 22, 1864), however that is highly unlikely. It is hard to imagine Barnard setting ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 07/22/2012 - 2:45pm -

Old Dixie Down: 1864

Nashville: 1864
1864. "Nashville, Tennessee. Rail yard and depot with locomotives." Wet-plate ... apart any minute. I'm afraid Nashville here looks like Atlanta post Sherman! Where's Buster? Great RR view...but I kept ... a fight in February of 1862. However, in the fall of 1864, in a last ditch effort to relieve the pressure on General Lee's forces in ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 07/17/2012 - 10:26pm -

Nashville: 1864

Hatlanta: 1864
1864. "Atlanta, Georgia. Street view." To the right, a hatter. Everywhere else, dirt ... like for a 21st century American to be dropped into this 1864 Atlanta on a summer day - the assault on modern-day olfactory senses would ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 08/09/2012 - 5:26pm -

Hatlanta: 1864

Auction & Negro Sales: 1864
Whitehall Street, Atlanta, 1864. This photo of a black Union soldier posted at a slave auction ... Gen. Sherman's occupation of the city in the fall of 1864. Many were destroyed in the conflagration that erupted upon Sherman's ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 07/17/2012 - 10:04pm -

Auction & Negro Sales: 1864

Battle of Nashville: 1864
1864. "Nashville. Railroad yard and depot with locomotives; Tennessee Capitol ... was overthrown by Gen. George H. Thomas on December 15-16, 1864, in the most complete victory of the war. If the date borne on this ... component of General Johnston's Confederate Army. Once Atlanta fell, in desperation, the Confederacy split up Johnston's Army and sent ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 09/11/2011 - 7:59pm -

Battle of Nashville: 1864

Auction & Negro Sales: 1864
Whitehall Street, Atlanta, 1864. This photo of a black Union soldier posted at a slave auction ... Gen. Sherman's occupation of the city in the fall of 1864. Many were destroyed in the conflagration that erupted upon Sherman's ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 08/24/2011 - 8:41am -

Auction & Negro Sales: 1864

Military R.R.: 1865
... main Eastern theater of war, the siege of Petersburg, June 1864-April 1865. Wet plate glass negative. View full size. Robinson ... given day by the fall of 1864 including the ironclad ram "Atlanta" with one stack. Poor Lighting Amazing that all the headlights ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 08/01/2012 - 8:53pm -

Military R.R.: 1865

Company B: 1864
August 1864. "Petersburg, Virginia. Group of Company B, U.S. Engineer Battalion." ... main Eastern theater of war, the siege of Petersburg, June 1864-April 1865. Wet-plate glass negative. View full size. Two firsts ... successful career as a building contractor in Knoxville, Atlanta and Birmingham. I have no photographs of him and few stories so these ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 08/01/2012 - 8:56pm -

Company B: 1864

The Roundhouse: 1864
November 1864. "Railroad yards at Atlanta. The Roundhouse. Ruins of depot, blown up on Sherman's departure." Wet ... (which show different roundhouses) were made late in 1864. - Dave] Oops! Sorry Dave - my picture source was dated wrong. My ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 08/01/2012 - 4:07pm -

The Roundhouse: 1864

The View From Here: 1864
1864. "Nashville, Tennessee. View from Capitol." Wet plate glass negative by ... died n this war. My grandfather saw feathers n the air n Atlanta and at age 5, found it amazing. He learned later that Sherman and ... is masterful, 'tis a mindbogglingly modern touch for 1864. Is that George N. Barnard himself holding the statues up (I wouldn't ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 09/13/2011 - 2:16pm -

The View From Here: 1864

Chattanooga Depot: 1864
1864. Chattanooga, Tennessee. "Boxcars and depot with Federal cavalry guard ... year, when Chattanooga was the base for Sherman's Atlanta campaign." Wet plate glass negative, half of stereo pair, photographer ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 10/16/2008 - 8:04am -

Chattanooga Depot: 1864

Cold Harbor: 1865
... theater of war, Grant's Wilderness Campaign, May-June 1864. Wet plate glass negative by John Reekie. View full size. The knee ... irresolute disaster as a wager of war]. But the taking of Atlanta in September dashed these hopes, and the end of the Confederacy was ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 12/06/2008 - 9:34am -

Cold Harbor: 1865

A Dark Chapter, in Color
... and brick sidings; North facing I suspect. Having lived in Atlanta for many years, I think the dirt streets might be a touch more orange ... have been nearly devoid of pigment. By the summer of 1864 the south – poor in the best of times – had been existing under the ... 
 
Posted by Fredric Falcon - 09/20/2011 - 1:22pm -

A Dark Chapter, in Color
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