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The American Civil War (1861–1865)

Battle Of Seven Pines | Wallpaper Bod

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Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center - October 18, 2014.

Civil War photo of dead soldiers of the Louisiana Regiment at Antietam, Maryland. This is one of the photographic images that were put on display in NYC by the Mathew Brady Studio. It was the first time that most people saw the horrors of war. by Alexander Gardner, The Brady Studio. September 1862

Civil War Dead at Battle of Antietam Photo Print for Sale

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Culp's Hill from East Cemetery Hill. Item # 5222 on Maine Memory Network

Culp's Hill from East Cemetery Hill

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Museum of the Confederacy's display of R.E.Lee's actual pistol and other personal items.

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Artillery Junior Officer Note the plaid shirt, detachable collar, and cravat with tie tack. Circa 1860s

A newspaper vendor at a Union camp in Virginia during the Civil War in 1863.

20 More Rare Historical Photos That Are Better Than Any Textbook.

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Civil War Quilts: Civil War Era Handwork

Civil War Quilts: Civil War Era Handwork

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Confederate Ambrotype of Captian with North Carolina origins.

Help Needed in IDing Southern Photos | American Civil War Forums

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Quantrill’s Raider George Maddox- Main Scout- & Pro-Confederate “Bushwhacker” Survived the War In January 1862, Maddox, along with Fletch Taylor and others, joined William C. Quantrill’s band as some of the guerrilla chieftain’s earliest recruits. Maddox participated in actions at Pleasant Hill, Missouri 1862, Lawrence, Kansas 1863, Baxter Springs, Kansas 1863 and Centralia, Missouri, 1864. At Pleasant Hill his horse was shot out from under him and he was wounded.

Slavery = the shame of humanity.

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William Buel Franklin was a career United States Army officer and a Union Army general in the American Civil War. He rose to the rank of a corps commander in the Army of the Potomac, fighting in several notable early battles in the Eastern Theater. He was believed to be responsible for the cabal against Burnside, but refused to serve under Hooker and went to the West where he finished out the war. (West Point - Class of 1843.)

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Confederate soldiers of the Sumter Light Guard of the 4th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, April 26, 1861