Displaying 1 - 46 of 46 photos from 1865:

Abraham Lincoln lying in state in New York’s City Hall on April, 24, 1865.
Emperor Napoleon III, the last monarch to rule France, with his wife Empress Eugenie and son Louis-Napoleon, ca. 1865 .
The last formal photograph of Abraham Lincoln by Alexander Gardner, February 5th, 1865.
Abraham Lincoln and His Son Thomas (Tad), February 6, 1865
Seth Kinman, hunter, chairmaker and entertainer, in the chair he presented to President Andrew Johnson in 1865
A Cloak Merchant ("Kotzenverkäufer") in Vienna, Austria 1865
During the American Civil War, the Navy hired young teenagers like this, nicknamed "Powder Monkeys" to carry gunpowder from the ammunition room to the cannons. They say the "monkeys" were 12 years old. U.S.S. New Hampshire, off Charleston, South Carolina, 1864-1865.
A rare and lovely photograph of a smiling Empress Elisabeth of Austria aka "Sisi" - photo by Oscar Kramer, 1865
Insurrectionist hung on the steps of the Capitol Building at the end of the American Civil War 1865. Former commander of Andersonville prison camp.
(From Left to Right) Outgoing Vice President Hannibal Hamlin, Incoming Vice President Andrew Johnson, and President Abraham Lincoln seated next to each other during Lincoln's second inauguration, 1865
The condemned Lincoln assassination conspirators on the gallows, 1865.
K.k. Arcièren-Leibgarde, Guard formation that guarded Habsburg Emperor of Austria, 1865
Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant standing by a tree in front of a tent, Cold Harbor, Va. ca. 1860 - ca. 1865
Lewis Powell, one of the conspirators in the Abraham Lincoln assassination, aboard USS Saugus, 1865.
Abraham Lincoln assassination conspirator Lewis T. Powell in custody prior to execution. Washington, D.C., 1865.
A street vendor selling selling mummies in Egypt, ca.1865
Abraham Lincoln lying in state in New York’s City Hall on April, 24, 1865.
Abraham Lincoln by Alexander Gardner, 1865
A Papal Zouave, who fought for the pope during the Italian Unification wars, 1865.
Charles-Louis Du Pin in 1865, brutal leader of the French counter-guerrilla in Mexico, served in 19 campaigns. The Mexicans put 100,000 francs on his head, in vain. Was nicknamed "the monster of the warm lands", "the red devil", "the hyena of Tamaulipas" and "the tiger of the Tropics"
George Francis Train, the american billionaire that probably inspired Jules Verne for the character of Phileas Phogg, main character of the famous novel "Around the world in eighty days", 1855-1865
The steamboat Sultana exploded when three boiler rooms went haywire a day after this photo was taken. April 26, 1865. On the Mississippi River in Memphis, Tennessee.
The then Prince Wilhelm (Wilhelm II) with Princess Charlotte, Prince Henry, Prince Sigismund of Prussia and Princess Victoria and Princess Elisabeth of Hesse and by Rhine, 1865
Isaac Stand Watie Degataga. Chief of the Cherokee Nation 1862-1865, Stand Watie was the last Confederate general to surrender in the American Civil War. Photo c.1865.
Indians at White House during the Civil War (1860-1865)
A 6-year-old Theodore Roosevelt (Top Left) watches Lincoln's funeral procession from the second-floor window of his grandfather's mansion. April 25, 1865.
Only verified photo it Lincoln in death, 1865.
Sikh Akaalis (Immortal) Circa 1865
The execution of Henry Wirz in 1865 near the U.S. Capitol
May 1865, the end of the Civil War. A parade-related shot of a Union artillery unit passing on Pennsylvania Avenue near the Treasury in Washington D.C. (Restored/AI Colorized)
Colourised photo of a man standing on a colossal figure of Ramesses II at the temple of Abu Simbel, Egypt, 1865
Colour Sergeant William McGregor 1865 (Colourised by Me)
On this day in 1964, U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act, perhaps the most important U.S. law on civil rights since Reconstruction (1865–77) and a hallmark of the American civil rights movement.
John Wilkes Booth attending Abraham Lincoln's second presidential inauguration on March 4th, 1865.
King Leopold I of Belgium in 1865, the year of his death
John Wilkes Booth 1865
Qing officers posing at the Nanjing Jinling Arsenal, 1865
Edwin Booth (brother of John Wilkes Booth) saved Abraham Lincoln's son (Robert Todd Lincoln) from serious injury or even death. The incident occurred on a train platform in Jersey City. The exact date of the incident is believed to have taken place in late 1864 or early 1865.
Emir Abdulkadir, leader of the Algerian resistance against the French colonists, 1865.
Hussars of Austrian Empire, 1865
Joseph R. Walker circa 1860-1865
Austrian (Hungarian) Hussars, 1865
Emperor Napoleon III, the last monarch to rule France, ca. 1865 .
Austrian Hussar and infantry officer posing for photo, 1865
Williamstown, Colony of Victoria, Australia, British Empire; former CSS Shenandoah (iron-framed, teak-planked, full-rigged sailing ship with auxiliary steam power), moored at harbor in late 1865, following her surrender on the River Mersey, Liverpool, United Kingdom, November 6th, 1865.
Austrian Feld-jägers (light infantry/skirmishers), posing in their campaign uniforms, 1865
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