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File:Battle of Missionary Ridge McCormick Harvesting.jpg


Русский: Битва при Чаттануге 25 ноября 1863 г.
English: Library of Congress print, cropped and colour-corrected by Hal Jespersen.

TITLE: Battle of Mission [i.e., Missionary] Ridge, Nov. 25th, 1863 / Cosack & Co. lith., Buffalo & Chicago.

CALL NUMBER: PGA - Cosack & Co.--Battle of Mission Ridge ... (D size) [P&P]

REPRODUCTION NUMBER: LC-USZC4-4238 (colour film copy transparency) LC-DIG-pga-00539 (digital file from original print) LC-USZ62-1266 (b&w film copy neg.)

SUMMARY: Battle of Missionary Ridge showing the Union assault during the 2nd day of battle; also shown, an insert of McCormick harvesting machine.

MEDIUM: 1 print : chromolithograph, colour.


CREATOR: Cosack & Co., lithographer.
Date c 1886
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