Battle of Seven Pines
Photos & Illustrations, Page 3
After the battle, hundreds of soldiers were buried in the area where they
fell.  Most were later reinterred in local cemeteries or taken home.  Some
remained; of those, the locations are mostly unknown.
Ambulances lined up before the battle, waiting to be needed.
Benson's battery behind earthworks
Redoubt placed by 1st Pennsylvania Artillery, near the front
House on battlefield used as a hospital by Gen. Joseph Hooker's Division
Sketch of bayonet charge of Col. Hall's Excelsior Brigade
(comprised of the 70th, 72nd, 73rd & 74th NY Infantry regiments)
Bringing wounded soldiers to the train on stretchers, in carts, after the battle
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