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Huge Antique 1863 Authentic Civil War Union 34 Star American Flag -*-*-3167

Civil War hero, Jack, in full gear - an honorable dog photographed for posterity


On Dec. 21, 1860 South Carolina was celebrating the end of the Union. This notice informed citizens that South Carolina was an “independent sovereignty" and encouraged people to close their businesses early and generally rejoice. Bells were rung for an hour and everyone was ordered to light their houses that evening. From the collection of the State Museum.

Great Sale of Slaves

US Slave: Cast in Bondage: Charleston Slave Tags and Slave Badges

Union cockade with a picture of Maj. Robert Anderson in the center

John Bell Hood was a Confederate general during the American Civil War. Hood had a reputation for bravery and aggressiveness.

1863 Patriotic Civil War Token The Flag of Our Union Shoot Him on The Spot Dix | eBay

Confederate Grave - I can read Company K from Mississippi but not which Unit... or the soldier's last name. Anyone know who and which unit this is... and which cemetery?

Robert E. Lee: Uniform tunic (coat) made with English wool broadcloth and worn to surrender negotiations at Appomattox

Walter G. Jones, Private,8th New York Cavalry, Co. C., U.S.A., half-length, facing front and his New Testament with bullet holes, and the two bullets which lodged in the book. It was taken between 1861 and 1865.

1/9 Plate Civil War Soldier with Union Flag Background / Color Tinted Tintype. *s