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Edwin Forbes
Forbes, Edwin
Forbes, Edwin (American painter and printmaker, 1839-1895)
Dates: 
1839-1895
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Two-dimensional nonprojectable graphic
Creation role: 
author
illustrator
Related names: 
Bonwill, C. E. H.
Dawson, Buck
Morgan, J. Pierpont (1837-1913)
Morgan, John Pierpont (1837-1913)
Pierson, Helen W.
Waud, Alfred R. (1828-1891)
Waud, Alfred Rudolph (1828-1891)
Waud, William -1878
Williams, George Forrester (1837-1920)
Titles: 
battle of Gettysburg, The
Buffalo Bill's wild west [affiche]
Bullet and shell : the Civil War as the soldier saw it
Bummers [Foragers]
Kiralfy Bro's "Michael Strogoff" [affiche]
Life studies of the Great Army
Papers in camp--Campmen--Rappahannock Station
Phil, study from life, Auburn battlefield, Va.
Picket hut, near Freemans Ford
Picket station on Potomac Creek
Pickets trading between the lines
Picketts charge on the Union centre at the grove of trees about 3 PM
pontoon bridges, The
Potomac River, near Williamsport, on the morning of the crossing of Gen. Lee's army, The
Railroad train crossing Potomac Creek bridge
rainy day on picket, A
Rappahannock River below the Station, Jan. 28, 1864, The
Rappahannock River near Beverly Ford, Va. Sept. 9, 1863
Reading the news--off duty
rear of the column, The
Rebel officers take[n] a[t] Petersburg, Va. - sketched on board a steamboat coming down the James River
Rebel position near Centreville, Va., at the crossing of the Orange and Alexandria Railway over Bull Run, showing rebel encampment, fortifications, etc.
rebs lament on leaving Penn., "You want us back in the Union, and now we've come you won't let us stay", The
[Recueil. Oeuvre de Ed. Forbes]
Remains of burnt steamers & sailing vessels on the Rappahanock [sic]
Retreat of the Army of the Rappahannock (Gen. Pope) to Groveton, Manassas Junction
reveille on the line of battle, The
Review of the Army of the Potomac, commanded by Gen. Joe E. Hooker, by President Abraham Lincoln
[Ruins of the Acquia Creek and Fredericksburg R.R. bridge, over Potomac Creek]
Ruins of the Orange and Alexandria R.R. bridge over Bull Run, near Union Mills
sanctuary, The
Scene behind the breastworks on Culps Hill, morning of July 3rd 1862
Scene in Baltimore, Md. Citizens building barricades on receipt of the news of Gen. Lee's march into Penn.
scene on the roadside near Summer Camp, A
Scene on the U.S. ford road, (battle of Chancellorsville) on the night of Apr. 30, 1863
scouting party, A
Sentry walking his beat
siege of Petersburg, The
siesta, A
signal officer off duty, The
Signal officers, in attic of farm house, watching the army of General Lee near Williamsport, Maryland
[Signal officers watching the camps of Gen. Lee's army on the south side of the Rapidan River, from the signal station on Poney Mountain]
Signal station on the south side of the Rappahannock River. Seen through a glass from the Union camps
signal station sketched near Culpeper C.H., Va., The
Sketch map of the battle of Gettysburg, made while on the march toward Frederick, Md.
Sketch of a group of Collis' Zouaves--Gen. Banks bodyguard, now attached to Col. Geary command, near Manassas Gap
Sketch of officer of infantry. The colonel
Sketch of the forts and breastworks near Petersburg
Sketched on battlefield of Wilderness May 6th, 1864, 6 o'clock during Burnsides' charge
Sketches of characters on the roadside
Sketches on the line of march. Bucktails
Slave cabin near the Long Bridge, Chicahominy River, Va., June 13th 1864
Slave cabin near Warrenton, Va.
Smoking bacon--Army teamsters at hdqters, Brandy Station
Soldier's mud hut
Soldier's theatre, (Fourteenth Brooklyn) in an old warehouse in Culpeper Court House, Va.
Soldiers' huts in winter camp
Spotsylvania C[ourt] H[ouse], Va.
St. Patrick's Day in the army--A hurdle race
St. Patrick's Day in the army--Jumping the ditch
St. Patrick's Day in the army--The grand stand
St. Patrick's Day in the army--The mule race
St. Patrick's Day in the army--The steeple chase
Stragglers on the march to headquarters. Under guard
Study of a mule team and wagon, with driver
Study of an officer. It's almost time for dress parade
Study of drummer boys on the march
Study of infantry soldier on guard--William J. Jackson, Sergt. Maj. 12th N.Y. Vols.--Sketched at Stoneman's Switch, near Fredricksburg [sic], Va. Jan. 27th, 1863
surgeons call, The
Taking his comfort
thirsty crowd, A
Thirty years after : an artist's memoir of the Civil War
Thirty years after. An artist's story of the great war, told
Thirty years after [MI] 1890-1891
Through the wilderness
Traffic between the lines
Union soldiers crossing the north fork of the Rappahannock on a roap [sic] bridge
[View of Battle of the Wilderness looking towards the Rapidan River]
View of Centreville Va. Bull Run battlefield in the distance. Aug. 1863
View of the camps of the Army of the Potomac, on Bolivar Heights, near Harper's Ferry, after the battle of Antietam
View of the city of Fredericksburg, Va.
View of Winchester, Va., from fort on the hill N.E. of the town
wagon camp, The
war in Louisiana - Gen. Lee's cavalry fording Cane River, March 31 Sketches of Army life - weighing out rations, The
war in the Shenandoah Valley - burning the bridge near Mount Jackson, by order of the Rebel General, The
War in Virginia - Battle of Rappahannock Station, Nov. 7 - a portion of Sedgwick's Sixth Corps, -- and the skirmishers of the 4th New York charging the Rebel works, The
war in Virginia - Officers and men of Meade's army discovering unburied Union dead on the old battlefield of Bull Run, The
War in Virginia - rebuilding railway bridge over Goose Creek, near Manassas Gap, by Col. Geary, 28th Pennsylvania Regiment, The
war in Virginia - the 18th Army Corps storming a fort on the right of the Rebel line before Petersburg, June 15, The
war in Virginia - the 22nd Colored Regiment, Duncan's brigade, carrying the first line of Rebel works before Petersburg, The
Warrenton Court House. Retreat of the Army of the Rappahannock through the town
Washing day--Column on the march
Wilderness, on the Brock road, 2nd Corps--May 11th 1864, The
Winter camp near Culpepper [sic] Court House, Va.
Winter camp near Stoneman's Switch, Falmouth, Va.
Winter camp of the 16th Michigan
Wounded soldier leaning on a pitchfork at Battle of the Wilderness, May 7, 1864
Zouave, The
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