Storm Over Fauquier: The Foreboding Tempest-1860-1861

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Eileen Kern Goodman~breathes life into the past in her debut novel Storm Over Fauquier: The Foreboding Tempest-1860-1861 that was released September 23, 2014. Below are photos of some of the people you will meet and the places you will visit on your journey to the past. Please feel free to visit her website: www.eileenkgoodman.com ............ Please feel free to visit my Face Book page: https://www.facebook.com/ekerngoodman

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 Kate Warne (in action). "First (White) American female detective, master of disguise. She once saved President Lincoln from assassination, on the way to Washington. She is buried, next to Allen Pinkerton. Women In History, World History, History Class, Ancient History, American Civil War, American History, American Women, Mrs Hudson, Into The West

FUCK YEAH HISTORY CRUSHES

Not sure this qualifies, but this is the only probable picture of Kate Warne, the first female detective. Not only was she the first detective, but she even went on to save the life of president elect...

 Swearing-In Native American Civil War Recruits. via the Wisconsin Historical Society, Civil War Collection Native American Photos, Native American History, American Civil War, Native American Indians, American Soldiers, Les Scouts, Civil War Photos, Before Us, First Nations

American Indian Soldiers

The Union Army formed the Indian Home Guard by recruiting American Indians to fight in Indian Territory. These effective troops were supplied by freight wagons from Fort Scott.

Portrait of a young woman, ca. Could be post mortem, the eyes . [I'm going to agree that its post mortem, but neither is answer is certain] Antique Photos, Vintage Pictures, Vintage Photographs, Old Pictures, Vintage Images, Old Photos, Foto Portrait, Portrait Photography, Post Mortem Photography

Portrait of a young woman, ca. 1856-1900.

SFFf-100499.222989 Portrait of a young woman. Details in the photo, such as her rosy cheeks and the flowers in her hair, have been hand-tinted. Photographer: Unknown. Extent: Ca. 7 x 5 cm. Medium: Tintype.

 - American dress, from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. An unusual dress. Civil War Fashion, 1800s Fashion, 19th Century Fashion, Victorian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, 18th Century, Antique Clothing, Historical Clothing, Historical Dress

Dress | American | The Met

Museum of Costume Art. "Fastenings and Embellishments," October 28, 1942–January 22, 1943.The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Fashions from the Third Quarter of the 18th Century to the End of the 19th Century, with Furniture and Accessories from the Metropolitan Museum of Art and that of the Museum of the City of New York," December 12, 1946–May 15, 1947

Mary E. Walker, Union Civil War surgeon and only female Congressional Medal of Honor recipient to date. Great Women, Amazing Women, Beautiful Women, Union Army, Civil War Photos, Female Doctor, Medical History, Women In History, Family History

10 Heroic Battlefield Medics

When we study war in history class, we learn about kings, presidents, and generals. It's a shame we don't get to learn about the many everyday people who step up and do extraordinary things, like the medical workers who perform heroically under terrible conditions. Here are a few of those extraordinary people. 1. U.S. Civil War: Mary Edwards

In an elegant White House guest room, the son of Abraham and Mary Lincoln lay ill in a huge carved rosewood bed, now known as the Lincoln Bed. on February William Wallace Lincoln died. Mary Todd Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln, American Presidents, Us Presidents, American Civil War, American History, Presidential History, Thats The Way, Interesting History

The Short Sweet Life of Willie Lincoln

Despite the fact that Willie Lincoln died before his 12th birthday, he was arguably the happiest of the Lincoln family. Willie Lincoln in Springfield, IL William Wallace Lincoln (1850-1862) was n…

Turner Ashby, Jr. (23 Oct 1828 – 6 Jun 1862) was a Confederate cavalry commander in the American Civil War. He had achieved prominence as Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson's cavalry commander, in the grade of colonel, in the Shenandoah Valley before he was killed in the Battle of Good's Farm. Ashby's vigorous reconnaissance and screening were factors in the success of Jackson's legendary Valley Campaign in the Shenandoah Valley in 1862. Civil War Quotes, Civil War Art, American Civil War, American History, Stonewall Jackson, Confederate States Of America, Southern Heritage, Revolutionaries, Family History

Turner Ashby, Jr. (23 Oct 1828 – 6 Jun 1862) was a Confederate cavalry commander in the American Civil War. He had achieved prominence as Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson's cavalry commander, in the grade of colonel, in the Shenandoah Valley before he was killed in the Battle of Good's Farm. Ashby's vigorous reconnaissance and screening were factors in the success of Jackson's legendary Valley Campaign in the Shenandoah Valley in 1862.

[Unidentified young sailor in Union uniform] (LOC) American Veterans, War Image, America Civil War, Civil War Photos, Military Personnel, Library Of Congress, American History, Faces, Rolling Thunder

[Unidentified young sailor in Union uniform]

1 photograph : sixth-plate ambrotype, hand-colored ; 9.3 x 8.1 cm (case)

Woman wearing a cloak, Washburn & Company, New Orleans, Louisiana, c. This somberly dressed woman was probably one of thethousands of free people of color who lived in Louisiana. Medical Photography, Louisiana History, Tintype Photos, American Photo, History Books, Family History, Daguerreotype, Museum Exhibition, My Face Book

New York State Museum Exhibits Historic African American Photos from The Burns Archive

Shadow and Substance: African American Images from the Burns Archive Saturday, October 15, 2011 - Saturday, March 31, 2012 New York State Museum Photography Gallery Cultural Education Center, Madison Avenue, Albany, NY Monday - Saturday, 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM Closed Sundays, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day The NYS Museum is free. Donations are accepted at the door. artdaily.org ALBANY, NY.- Shadow and Substance: African American Images from The Burns Archive -- opened at the New York…

sketch of small tree surrounded by mountains.art wall decor - Mountain Canvas - ideas of Mountain Canvas Music Wall Decor, Home Decor Wall Art, Wall Art Prints, Poster Prints, Journey To The Past, Canvas Poster, Canvas Art, Mountain Pictures, Small Trees

Ashby's Gap

Ashby's Gap and other family and vintage photos from the past. Put faces to the names of your loved ones at AncientFaces.

William Keith Skinker from 'Huntley' Fauquier County, Virginia. He was a member of the Virginia Cavalry Company H otherwise known as The Black Horse Troop. Journey To The Past, My Face Book, Troops, Virginia, Novels, Horse, Politics, War, Painting

William Keith Skinker from 'Huntley' Fauquier County, Virginia. He was a member of the 4th Virginia Cavalry Company H otherwise known as The Black Horse Troop.

Storm Over Fauquier - The Foreboding Tempest: Journey To The Past, Innisfree, My Face Book, Novels, Angel, Peace, Feelings, Romance Novels, Romans

Storm Over Fauquier: The Foreboding Tempest: 1860-1861|Paperback

Twenty-year-old Caroline Ashby lives peacefully in the rolling foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Fauquier County, Virginia. But in April 1861,