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Kathy McManus
Kathy McManus • 1 year ago

Confederate prisoners taking the oath of allegiance at Point Lookout, MD.

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[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform with red shirt and kepi] (LOC) by The Library of Congress, via Flickr

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