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Connecticut Artillery

Kady Brownell ~ one of 250 women who fought in the Civil War. When the Civil War began, Brownell’s soon-to-be husband, Robert Brownell, enlisted in the 1st Rhode Island Infantry; Brownell was determined to join him. Rhode Island Governor William Sprague accepted her into his unit.

Picture of an old Rebel Soldier, taken in 1913.

Confederate soldiers thought to be of the 20th Tennessee Infantry taken at Rock Island prison sometime during the winter of 1863-1864

Young Company Grade Officer by J. Taylor Studio, New York

Uniform worn by Private Edward D. Robinson (Charleston, SC) of Captain G.H. Walter’s Company (Washington Artillery), South Carolina Artillery. The unit surrendered to Federal forces at Greensboro, NC on May 1, 1865. Charleston Museum.

Massachusetts Artillery 3rd Regiment

Here for your perusal is a collectible photograph of Broadway Landing, Appomattox River, Virginia. Park of artillery. It was created in 1865. The photograph illustrates United States weapons in Civil War.

Artillery Private and Wife. In addition to the crossed cannon insignea, this soldier's cap. Includes the letter "C" indicating his company or battery, but his regiment is unknown.Photo taken by J. S. Young, Washington, Pennsylvania. The presence of a tax stamp on the reverse indicates that this was made between late 1864 and early 1866.

Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia,vicinity. Body of a Confederate soldier near Mrs. Alsop's house. It was made in 1864 by O'Sullivan, Timothy H., 1840-1882.