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Historic photos of Falmouth, Virginia
61st New York
Officers of the 61st New York Infantry, in camp near Falmouth, Virginia.
General Marsena Patrick (Library of Congress)
Brigadier General Marsena Patrick on horseback. Patrick commanded the Provost Guard of the Army of the Potomac. Patrick was a strict officer of the old army.
White Oak Church (Library of Congress)
The White Oak Church still stands today. During the war it housed the United States Christian Commission during the winter of 1862-1863. The Union 6th Corps camped all around the church.
General George Stoneman and Staff
General George Stoneman and staff. Stoneman commanded the Union 3rd Corps at the Battle of Fredericksburg. At the Battle of Chancellorsville Stoneman commanded the newly formed Union Cavalry Corps.
General Daniel Butterfield on Horseback (LOC)
General Daniel Butterfield served as the Army of Potomac's Chief of Staff, during the Chancellorsville Campaign. Prior to this post Butterfield commanded the Union's 5th Corps at the Battle of Fredericksburg.
Colonel Graham (Library of Congress)
This picture is believed to be Colonel Charles Graham, his staff, and some of the officers wives. Graham commanded a brigade in the 3rd Corps during the Battle of Chancellorsville.
Group of Officers (Library of Congress)
Small group of officers near Falmouth.
Union Staff Near Falmouth (Library of Congress)
Union staff officers near Falmouth, Virginia.
The Lacy House (Library of Congress)
Chatham was used as a Union headquarters, hospital, and communication center during the Battle of Fredericksburg. The home still stands today.
General Joseph Hooker's Staff (LOC)
Joseph Dickinson and Hooker's staff. This photo was taken prior to the Chancellorsville Campaign.