This image shows a Union soldier standing at the entrance of a bombproof structure called Fort Sedgwick, near Petersburg, Virginia. The fort was commonly known as "Fort Hell." This shot was taken the morning after the Third Battle of Petersburg, on April 3, 1865.
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