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Drawing of soldiers and wagon trains crossing the Potomac in this sketch by A. Lumley.
The Thirteenth Massachusetts and Twelfth Indiana Regiments crossing the Potomac  sketched by Thomas Nast.
Depicting a battle between Confederate Cavalry and Union Infantry.
A mural at the Greenbrier Cottages in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia depicting a Civil War battle.
House with trees in front and American flag hanging.
'Mortar used in Civil War in siege of such [cities] as Vicksburg.'
'Library of Congress Negative Number: LC-USZ6Z-17575'
'Library of Congress Negative Number: LC-USZ6Z-20525'
James F. Ellis enlisted in the army in August, 1862. He fought in several Civil War battles including Union General Phil Sheridan's 1864 Valley Campaign and was wounded three times during his service. Ellis was captured by Confederate forces during the Battle of Cedar Creek, October 19, 1864 and imprisoned at Salisbury, North Carolina. Ellis died in Salisbury Prison, February 13, 1865.
A photograph of a sketch of the Commander of 7th West Virginia Regiment, Army of the Potomac. Lockwood took command during the Battle of Fredericksburg, December 1862 to the Battle of Spotsylvania, May, 1864, where he was wounded.
This photograph shows Baldwin later in life as a "scholarly patriarch". He assumed command of the regiment following Jonathan Lockwood's resignation.