Camp Chase, Va. 15Th. Regt. Conn. Vols

Camp Chase, Va. 15Th. Regt. Conn. Vols

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This 1862 print depicts a Union camp, composed of 10 rows of tents. Soldiers stand conversing around the tents, as three armed stand watch in the foreground of the image. An American flag dominates the center of the camp. Camp Chase was located in Arlington Heights, Virginia, and the 15th Connecticut Volunteer Regiment stayed here during November 1862, before taking part in the Battle of Fredericksburg the next month. It was commanded by Colonel Dexter R. Wright, whose name is listed on the print.
This piece was created by Louis N. Rosenthal, who was born in Russian Poland. He studied art in Berlin before immigrating to the United States around 1850. He settled in Philadelphia, where his business produced lithographs, mezzotints, etchings, and portrait miniatures.
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Object Name
Object Type
Date made
Rosenthal, Louis N.
Rosenthal's Lith.
place made
United States: Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
image: 6 in x 10 3/4 in; 15.24 cm x 27.305 cm
ID Number
catalog number
Credit Line
Harry T. Peters "America on Stone" Lithography Collection
Chronology: 1860-1869
Communication, letter writing
Civil War
Patriotism and Patriotic Symbols
Civil War
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Cultural and Community Life: Domestic Life
Domestic Furnishings
American Civil War Prints
Data Source
National Museum of American History
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