These four drawings come from “A history of the Civil War, 1861-1865, and the causes that led up to the great conflict,” by Benson John Lossing compiled from the official records of the War Department and published in 1912, by the War Memorial Association.

Hooker at Chancellorsville – May 3, 1863


Grant in the wilderness – May 5, 1864


Sherman at Kenesaw Mountain – October 4, 1864


Sheridan at Five Forks – April 1, 1865

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