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e flanking gun Battery B, first Pennsylvania Light Artillery: Cooper's Battery (see page 32). Battery B, first Pennsylvania Light Artillery: Cooper's Battery (see page 32), in action before Petersburg, 1864. This is another photograph taken under fire and shows us Batt the veteran photographer, obtained permission to take a picture of Cooper's Battery, in position for battle. The first attempt provoked the and destroying his chemicals. In the picture to the left, Captain James H. Cooper himself is seen leaning on a sword at the extreme right. ure from the left. Lieutenant Alcorn is next, to the left from Captain Cooper. Lieutenant James A. Gardner, just behind the prominent figure this pictorial principle, let us look at one remarkable photograph, Cooper's Battery in front of the Avery house, during the siege of Petersbuery, as shown in this photograph. Our battery (familiarly known as Cooper's Battery) belonged to the Fifth Corps, then commanded by Gen. G. K