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War Between the States

Dr. William Gibbs McNeill Whistler, a surgeon in the Confederate army.

U S Civil War battlefields | Confederate troops at the Battle of Bull Run (called "Manasas" by the ...

MRSTICKLERSCLASS - Summer Enrichment

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Confederate soldiers on the march - Fredrick Maryland on their way to the battle of Antietam- very rare image

Confederate soldiers on the march | American Civil War Forums

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Of all the soldiers that died in the American Civil War, 2 out of 3 were from disease. Of these diseases, diarrhea killed the most as the camps that men lived in were lacking in sanitation. After diarrhea, typhoid and lung inflammation were the next deadliest as men and boys who had lived their entire lives in one town were all of a sudden exposed to people and germs from all over America.

story (U.S. National Park Service)

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Wartime image of Duff Green Mansion in Vicksburg. Note the "Soldier's Home" sign on the second floor balcony.

Mississippians in the Confederate Army

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Corinth, Mississippi. Confederate dead in front of Battery Robinette (Photo by [N. Brown] the morning after the attack)

Famous Confederate Battle Flags 1. From Bragg's Army 2. Forty second Miss. Reg't. 3. Twelfth Miss. Cavalry 4. Ninth Texas Reg't. 5. Austin's Battery 6. So. Carolina Flag 7. Texas Black Flag 8. Virginia Flag

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Confederate Coat, ~ Drummer Boy, South Carolina,

Flag of The Louisiana 6th Infantry, 2nd Battle of Fredericksburg, largely Irish Confederate regiment.

This Week in the History of the Irish: April 28-May 4

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This picture was taken in 1863 near City Point, Virginia. The picture shows a wagon train of Civil War Ambulances. Battlefield medicine was still in its infancy at this time, and getting injured in combat usually meant dying of infection.

Old Picture of the Day: Civil War Ambulance

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James Longstreet (1821-1904) was one of the foremost Confederate generals of the American Civil War and the principal subordinate to General Robert E. Lee, who called him "Old War Horse". Following the war, Longstreet moved to New Orleans. Endorsing Grant for president in 1868, he lost favor with many Southerners. He became major general of the militia of Louisiana and was a Commissioner of Railroads under Presidents McKinley and Roosevelt. Photo taken by Mathew Brady. (Library of Congress).

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Sarah Morgan Dawson.A Confederate Girl's Diar

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Jennie Wade, Civil War, the only known civilian killed at Gettysburg as a bullet came through her home while baking bread.

Portrait of Captain Edward Camden: Volusia County, Florida, April 1917. "He put on his Civil War veteran's uniform and tried to register for the draft on the first day of World War I."

cotton ca. 1865 dress

First Battle of Bull Run (First Manassas), July 21, 1861: Virginia Historic Sign- "We move out for Manassas in the morning." July 20,1861

Long Heavy Black Wool Cape Civil War Victorian by CivilWarSewing

Museum Deaccessioned Two Piece Periwinkle Blue Silk Wedding Gown C 1864 | eBay

Evening dress made around 1863 Description: Dress bodice, short, oval neckline with puffed sleeves. Ivory moire silk, black satin, valencian trim around the bodice, berthe with dental [tooth-shaped] trim, machine-made Chantilly lace, sleeves trimmed with tulle, ruching, black velour ribbon, four buttons in black faceted glass, and whalebone.