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The only preserved photograph of Lincoln in death. Taken 24 April 1865, by Jeremiah Gurney, Jr., City Hall, Manhattan, NY.

Browsing deviantART

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Awesome Civil War Quilt! One Elsa Brantenberg in DANDELIONS ON THE WIND might have made.

A Day in the Life of the Civil War: Lincoln's Animals

A Day in the Life of the Civil War: Lincoln's Animals

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On January 31, 1865, Congress passes the 13th Amendment to the Constitution, abolishing slavery in the United States.

US Civil War Surgeon's Kit Looks more like tools to fix a house than a person.

Abraham Lincoln's Springfield home draped in mourning (Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library)

Mary and Molly (or "Mollie") Bell were two young women from Pulaski County, Virginia[ who disguised themselves as men and fought in the Civil War for the Confederacy for two years.

Tracing Your Civil War Ancestor (links to page about my ancestor at Andersonville)

The photograph presents General George E. Pickett sitting in Confederate Uniform. General Pickett is famous for Pickett's Charge at the Civil War Battle of Gettysburg, where his regiment charged a Union Entrenched Position across an open field. Most of his regiment was lost, but the charge goes down as one of the bravest and most heroic events of all history. Photo ca. 1860-65

THE EARLIEST PENNSYLVANIA REGIMENTAL FLAG PRIVATELY HELD WITH FABULOUS, DOUBLE-CAPTURE, CIVIL WAR HISTORY

Soldiers at the battle of Gettysburg. Three men are seen cooking over a small campfire.

ca. 1864-65, [carte de visite of mourners at grave of Gen. T.J. (Stonewall) Jackson. Lexington, VA]

William "Bloody Bill" Anderson's body photographed and on display for public viewing hours after his death in Richmond, Missouri by Colonel Cox and his Union forces. Anderson, noted Southern Guerrilla leader often riding with Quantrill, his body was found with a string that had 53 knots - symbolizing each person he had killed.

Cannon Ball still wedged in the wall of the Old Stone House

Battles of the Civil War

"Battles of the Civil War" Infographic

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Picture of Union soldiers in their dress uniforms for the Gettysburg National Cemetery Dedication Ceremony where Lincoln gave the Gettysburg Address on November 19, 1863. In the distance can be seen the Evergreen Cemetery Gatehouse.

This drum and drumsticks of the 18th Iowa Volunteer Infantry were carried by James Hestler at the Battle of Springfield, January 8, 1863. The 18th Iowa Infantry was assigned to the defense of Springfield, Missouri, from November 1862 through the winter of 1863. On January 8, 1863, a rebel force under Marmaduke launched an attack against Springfield. After a fierce day long battle, the 18th Iowa, despite overwhelming odds and heavy casualties, successfully repelled the attack.

ANTIQUE CIVIL WAR ARTIFACTS - WONDERFUL GROUPING OF A TROOPER FROM THE 3RD IOWA CAVALRY.