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Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry by Michael Gnatek American Revolutionary War, American Civil War, American History, Irish American, American Soldiers, Civil War Flags, Civil War Art, Military Art, Military History

28th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry by Michael Gnatek

After serving briefly under Gen. Benjamin Butler in the Carolinas and with the 9th Corps during the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia's first campaign into the North, the 28th Massachusetts was assigned to the II Corps as the fourth regiment of the famed Irish Brigade, commanded by Brig. Gen. Thomas Francis Meagher

The Massachusetts (shown here with their regimental banner) held the centre of the Irish Brigade’s line. They marched up the hill in close order, leaning into the hail of bullets that greeted them from the Confederate positions along the stone wall. Mexican American, American Soldiers, American Civil War, Military Diorama, Military Art, Canadian History, American History, Battle Of Fredericksburg, Civil War Art

The 28th Massachusetts (shown here with their regimental banner) held the centre of the Irish Brigade’s line. They marched up the hill in close order, leaning into the hail of bullets that greeted them from the Confederate positions along the stone wall.

July Confederate General Henry Heth pushed his division down the Chambersburg Pike and encountered Union cavalry by McPherson's farm in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Military Art, Military History, American Civil War, American History, American Soldiers, Toy Soldiers, Gettysburg National Military Park, Gettysburg Battlefield, Civil War Art

McPHERSON'S RIDGE Limited Edition Civil War Print by Don Troiani

July 1, 1863, Confederate General Henry Heth pushed his division down the Chambersburg Pike and encountered Union cavalry by McPherson's farm in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. General John Buford's division dismounted and arrayed to meet them. Buford's men used the firepower of their breech loading carbines-and the capabl

thecivilwarparlor:Cadets At The Virginia Military Institute-The Battle Of New Market-Never Before, Nor Since, Has An Entire Student Body Been Called From Its Classrooms Into Pitched Battle “Put the boys in, and may God forgive me for the order.” Each May 15, in a ceremony dating to 1866, the ten young soldiers of the Institute who lost their lives in the battle are commemorated in a ceremonial roll call.  It takes place before the graves of six of the cadets, marked by the statue, Virginia… American Civil War, American History, Battle Of New Market, Soldier Spy, Stonewall Jackson, War Image, Civil Wars, Interesting Stories, Civil War Photos

Rally 'round the Flag

Welcome to my blog it is dedicated to the Fighting Men (And Women) of the American Civil War. Here you will see Unit Profiles, Battle Summaries, Historical Memorabilia, some of my Civil War reenacting...

"DeGress' Battery" at the Battle of Atlanta on July the Illinois, armed with Henry repeaters, retakes the battery of the Illinois Light Artillery that had be overrun earlier by Manigaults’ Brigade near the Troup-Hurst House. Military Art, Military History, Military Diorama, Military Uniforms, American Civil War, American History, American Soldiers, Atlanta, Civil War Art

DeGRESS' BATTERY Limited Edition Civil War Print by Don Troiani

Frances DeGress was born in Cologne, Germany; February 10, 1840. He mustered into Federal (Union) service as a 2nd Lieutenant on January 1, 1862 at Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Throughout the war the 24 year old DeGress served in Battery H and was promoted to Captain on December 25, 1863 and assumed command of Captain Bat

May a small Confederate Army was being overwhelmed by the larger Federal Army of Franz Sigel near Newmarket, Virginia in the Shenendoah Valley. Major General John C. Breckenridge realized he - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale! Confederate States Of America, America Civil War, America America, Military Art, Military History, Battle Of New Market, Civil War Art, Civil War Photos, Historical Art

PUT THE BOYS IN Limited Edition Civil War Print by Don Troiani

May 15, 1864, a small Confederate Army was being overwhelmed by the larger Federal Army of Franz Sigel near Newmarket, Virginia in the Shenendoah Valley. Major General John C. Breckenridge realized he must call upon the last reserve to stem the tide. With the reluctant order "Put the boys in, and may God forgive me for

 Louisiana Confederate 'Tiger Rifles' (Wheat's Tigers) of 'The First Louisiana Special Battalion' in 1861 by Don Troiani Civil War Flags, Civil War Art, Gaucho, American Civil War, American History, Confederate States Of America, Civil War Photos, Historical Art, Military History

TIGER RIFLES Limited Edition Civil War Print by Don Troiani - Mint

An 1861 depiction of one of Wheats Tigers. This unit was feared by both sides and forged a reputation as being tough, no-nonsense fighters both on and off of th

Mahone's men of the Virginia Infantry charge troops of Burnside's Corps during the Battle of the Crater, Petersburg, Virginia July Union troops are shown in the foreground with the - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale! Military Art, Military History, American Civil War, American History, American Soldiers, Siege Of Petersburg, Civil War Art, Confederate States Of America, Confederate Flag

MAHONES COUNTERATTACK Limited Edition Civil War Print by Don Troiani

Mahone's men of the 6th Virginia Infantry charge troops of Burnside's 9th Corps during the Battle of the Crater, Petersburg, Virginia July 30th, 1864.

Albert's regiment--the Michigan. Art by Don Troiani Civil War: The Michigan Volunteers of the famed Iron Brigade makes a stand near the Seminary on the first day at the battle of Gettysburg, July, 1 1863 Military Art, Military History, Military Service, Civil War Art, Michigan, America Civil War, Civil War Photos, Historical Art, Le Far West

IRON BRIGADE Civil War Limited Edition Print by Don Troiani

The Iron Brigade also known as the Black Hats because of their distinctive Hardee hats. It initially consisted of units from Wisconsin, Indiana and Kentucky. This composition of men from three Western states led it to be sometimes referred to as the Iron Brigade of the West. The term Iron Brigade was given by McClella

Books: Wheat's Tigers: The Louisiana Special Battalion in the Civil War (Hardcover) by Gary Schreckengost (Author) Confederate States Of America, Book Corners, Knights Templar, American Civil War, Lsu, Constitution, Civilization, Louisiana, Cover Art

Books: Wheat's Tigers: The 1st Louisiana Special Battalion in the Civil War (Hardcover) by Gary Schreckengost (Author)

Author: Gary Schreckengost (Author), Title: Wheat's Tigers: The 1st Louisiana Special Battalion in the Civil War (Hardcover), Publisher: White Mane Pub, Category: Books, ISBN: 9781572492851, Price: $34.95, Release_date: 2006-09-30, Product_type: Media > Books > Miscellaneous > Others

Medal of Honor by Don Troiani: Captain Gould vaulting into the Confederate trenches, Petersburg, Virginia, April 1865 Canadian History, Us History, American History, History Photos, Civil War Flags, Civil War Art, Civil War Photos, Historical Art, Military Art

MEDAL OF HONOR Limited Edition Civil War Print by Don Troiani

Capt. Charles Gould of the 5th Vermont Regiment clambers up the steep Confederate earthworks being the first man of the Sixth Corps Union Army to penetrate the Confederate works, earning him the Medal of Honor. April 2, 1865. Flags shown are the Regimental flag of the 5th Vermont and the Northern Virginia battleflag. C

Don Troiani Historical Artist We'll do this last one for the Gettysburg Weekend. Confederate General Isaac R. Trimble leads his men at Gettysburg , July 1863 . This painting is entitled "Emmitsburg Road" Civil War Art, Southern Heritage, Southern Pride, America Civil War, America America, Civil War Photos, American War, American History, Historical Art

EMMITSBURG ROAD Limited Edition Civil War Print by Don Troiani

On July 3, 1863, Major General Isaac Trimble's brigade of General Pettigrew's Division, crossed the Emmitsburg Road during Pickett's charge at the battle of Ge

"Clear the Way" The Irish Brigade Massachusetts Regiment depicted here) advances on the Confederate Line at the Battle of Fredericksburg.Don Troiani Historical Artist Military Art, Military History, Military Uniforms, Military Pins, American Civil War, American History, Irish American, American Soldiers, Battle Of Fredericksburg

The 28th Massachusetts Infantry at Frederickburg

We are coming up on the 150th anniversary of the dreadful Battle of Fredericksburg fought on December 13, 1862. So very many stories could be told of the many Union regiments that made the charge uphill towards the infamous stone wall on Marye's Heights that day. One of the most remarkable is that of the…

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