Camp Banks Aug 25th, 26th, & 27th 1858 - Inventory Number: PRI 085
Also titled Encampment of the 2d Div. of M.V.M. on Winter Island, Salem Harbor.
Camp Banks is a former Massachusetts State Militia camp that existed in 1858 in Salem, Massachusetts on Winter Island. Endicott & Co., publishers, by Jonathan Badger Bachelder (New Hampshire, (1825-1894). Original hand colored lithograph of the Camp Banks Encampment of the 2nd Div. of M.V.M. on Winter Island, Salem Harbor Camp Banks, August 25th, 26th, & 27th 1858. By Endicott & Co. lithographers, New York, 1858. Identified in inscriptions in the matrix. Frame measures 20 1/2" x 30".
Depicting entrance to Beverly Harbor, Parker's Lighthouse, Lowell Island, Fort Pickering, Naugus Head, Marblehead Shore, Salem Inner Harbor.
Showing: General Butlers Quarters
Brigade-Brig General Benjamin F. Butler
Rifles-Major E. Moore
Fourth Brigade-Brigadier General Joseph Andrews
First Battalion of Rifles-Major Ben Perley Poore
Seventh Regiment - Colonel Lyman Dike
Eighth Regiment - Colonel Fred J. Collin
Inventory Number: PRI 085