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H. E. Valentine
(on the Civil War,)
H. E. Valentine,
With Photographs &
Written for the Salem News in
1911 & 1912.
Herein collected by
the writer, for
his Comrade & longtime friend G. H. S. Driver,
23rd. Mass. Vol. Infantry.
Note: the above reproduces the layout of the title page of H. E. Valentine Scrapbook.
Punctuation is H. E. Valentine's.The scrapbook has 25 leaves and contains ink washes by the
author, newspaper clippings, photographs, other images, lists, and indices.
Digital Images of Ink Washes Sketched by H. E. Valentine
- Battery of the Appomattox River, on the right of the line
of the 18th Corps. Sketched July 11, 1864 (Petersburg, Va.).
- Sharpshooter on the line of the 18th Corps before
Petersburg, Va. Sketched July 11, 1864.
- Breastworks built by Gen. Butler at Newport News, Va.
Sketched Nov. 13, 1863.
- H. Q. Camp of the 1st
Division 18th A. C. Bermuda 100--Virginia. Sketched Sept. 14, 1864.
- Pontoon bridge over the Appomattox River. Sketched
Aug. 26, 1864.
- Part of 10 par. Parrott Battery, on
line of the 18th A.C. on Appomattox River, before Petersurg, Va. Sketched July 11, 1864.
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