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Battery A, Fourth U.S. Artillery, Robertson's Brigade
James Gardner
American, born Scotland, 1832–after 1865
Battery A, Fourth U.S. Artillery, Robertson's Brigade, February 1864
Dunker Church, Battle-Field of Antietam, Maryland
James Gardner
American, born Scotland, 1832–after 1865
Dunker Church, Battle-Field of Antietam, Maryland, July 1863
Field Hospital, Second Army Corps, Brandy Station
James Gardner (American, born Scotland, 1832–after 1865)
printed by Alexander Gardner (American, born Scotland, 1821–1882)
Field Hospital, Second Army Corps, Brandy Station, February 1864
Headquarters Christian Commission in the Field
James Gardner (American, born Scotland, 1832–after 1865)
printed by Alexander Gardner (American, born Scotland, 1821–1882)
Headquarters Christian Commission in the Field, September 1863
Incidents of the War: Breaking Camp
James Gardner (American, born Scotland, 1832–after 1865)
printed by Alexander Gardner (American, born Scotland, 1821–1882)
Incidents of the War: Breaking Camp, May 1864
Meeting of the Shenandoah and Potomac at Harper's Ferry
James Gardner
American, born Scotland, 1832–after 1865
Meeting of the Shenandoah and Potomac at Harper's Ferry, July 1865
Pontoon Bridge Across The James
James Gardner (American, born Scotland, 1832–after 1865)
printed by Alexander Gardner (American, born Scotland, 1821–1882)
Pontoon Bridge Across The James, June 1864
Residence Chief Quartermaster Third Army Corps, Brandy Station
James Gardner (American, born Scotland, 1832–after 1865)
printed by Alexander Gardner (American, born Scotland, 1821–1882)
Residence Chief Quartermaster Third Army Corps, Brandy Station, December 1863
Ruins of Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia
James Gardner
American, born Scotland, 1832–after 1865
Ruins of Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, December 1864
The Shebang, or Quarters of U.S. Sanitary Commission, Brandy Station
James Gardner (American, born Scotland, 1832–after 1865)
printed by Alexander Gardner (American, born Scotland, 1821–1882)
The Shebang, or Quarters of U.S. Sanitary Commission, Brandy Station, November 1863

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