Re: Photographic images of CS "combat" dead...
Tom- The only other pictures I can think of that you have not mentioned already are the highly published views of the dead soldiers being piled on the stretcher for reburial after the war. The photograph of half buried soldiers on the Cold Harbor battlefield and the distant view of several skulls in the brush on the Chancellorsville/Wilderness battlefields. Other than those random pictures I think you have everything covered. And it is also my understanding that those are all Federal causulties.
Honoring: Pvt. Albert R. Cumpston (Company B, 12th Illinois Vol. Infantry- wounded February 15, 1862)
Pvt. William H. Cumpston (Company B, 12th Illinois Vol. Infantry-Killed February 15, 1862 Ft. Donelson)
Pvt. Simon Sams (Co. C, 18th Iowa Infantry-Killed January 8, 1863 Springfield, MO)
"...in the hottest of the fight, some of the rebs yelled out...them must be Iowa boys". Charles O. Musser 29th Iowa Infantry