- Schleier, T.MView Full Item in McClung Historical Collection, Knox County Public Library
Slight overlap on scans.
- View Full Item in Tennessee State Museum
Confederate States of America, one dollar bill issued at Richmond on June 2, 1862. Sailing ship at center. Oval vignette with engraving of young dark haired woman in lower right corner.
- P.S. Duval & SonView Full Item in Tennessee State Library and Archives
Lithograph from a photograph of three young children serves as the centerpiece of the cover of a Civil War-era song, dedicated by the author, James G. Clark, to J. Francis Bourns M.D. of Philadelphia…
- United States -- Provost Marshal's OfficeView Full Item in Tennessee State Library and Archives
Two documents detailing the parole and oath of allegiance taken by Thomas P. Reed. The document gives a physical description of Reed and is signed by Provost Marshal A. G. Brady.
- Johnston, John,--1842-1928View Full Item in Tennessee State Library & Archives
Rough sketch from John Johnston's Civil War Reminiscences of the battlefield for the Battle of Franklin, November 30, 1864, showing the Franklin-Columbia Pike, Federal "entrenchment," Hood's and Cheat…
- Linn, RoyanView Full Item in Tennessee State Library & Archives
General Ulysses S. Grant on Lookout Mountain near Missionary Ridge in 1863. Four men in uniform pose near the edge of the cliff, while one sits further back on the path. The other four are identified…
Engravings of the Fenian Congress at the Assembly Building, Philadelphia, Oct. 16 and the execution of Champ Ferguson, at Nashville, Oct. 29J. F. WagnerView Full Item in Tennessee State Library and Archives
Two engravings. The second is of Champ Ferguson on the gallows with soldiers at guard and a crowd watching
- View Full Item in Mabry-Hazen House
Printed sheet of names of persons who had "taken the oath" of allegiance to the United States on or after 16 January 1864.
- View Full Item in Center for Historic Preservation, Middle Tennessee State University
Chattanooga Civil War Properties
Walker the Artist and Theodore Davis at work on Lookout Mountain; Civil War; Chattanooga (Tenn) James Walker and Theodore Davis on Lookout MountainView Full Item in Chicago History Museum
Two seated artists work outside of a tent on a smoky hillside. A third figure chops wood at lower right.