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    Build up. Vicinity of Brandy Station, Virginia. Large Wagon Park, May 1864

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    The campaign begins. Germanna Ford, Rapidan River, Virginia. Ruins of bridge at Germanna Ford, where the troops under General Grant crossed, May 4, 1864

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    The campaign begins. Germanna Ford, Rapidan River, Virginia. Grant’s troops crossing Germanna Ford, May 4, 1864

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    The mortally wounded. Fredericksburg, Virginia. Burial of Federal Dead, May 19/20, 1864

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    High Command. Massaponax Church, Virginia. ‘Council of War’, General Ulysses S. Grant examines a map held by General George Gordon Meade, May 21, 1864

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    Aftermath of battle. Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia. Burial of soldier by Mrs. Alsop’s house, near which Ewell’s Corps attacked the Federal right on May 19, 1864

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    Fording the Rivers. North Anna River, Virginia. Quarles Mill on North Anna where a portion of the 5th Corps under General Warren crossed, May 23, 1864

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    Fording the Rivers. North Anna River, Virginia. Pontoon bridges across the North Anna, below railroad bridge, where a portion of the 2nd Corps under General Hancock crossed, May 23, 1864

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    Fording the Rivers. Jericho Mills, Virginia. Canvas pontoon bridge across the North Anna, constructed by the 50th New York Engineers; the 5th Corps under General Gouverneur K. Warren crossed here on the 23rd. View from north bank, May 23, 1864

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    Hindering the Advance. North Anna River, Virginia. Destroyed bridge of the Richmond and Fredericksburg Railroad, May 25, 1864

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