BC: Brady photographed the infantry at camp Northumberland near Washington D.C. during the civil war.
FC: Matthew Brady
1: He photographed General Ulysses S. Grant at Cold Harbor, Virginia in 1864.
2: General Ambrose E. Burnside and Matthew Brady spending some time at the camp at Army of the Potomac headquarters.
3: Matthew Brady took these two photographs from the seige of Petersburg in Virginia around 1864 during the civil war.
4: Here is a photo he took showing the devestation after the loss at Fairfax Station, Virginia during the civil war.
5: This photo shows the destruction after the battle of Bull Run. This was Bradys first experience of the death and destruction of war.
6: This was the closest picture that Matthew Brady ever got of a shot of actual combat in the war. This was in Antietam.
7: These are photos of the men who died at Antietam. This day in the war was known as the "deadliest single day of the war".
8: Generals Michael Corcoran and Darius N. Couch along with many others were photographed by Matthew Brady.
9: This photo was taken of the ship crew of the USS Passaic during the civil war just off of Charleston, South Carolina.