A Rescued Legacy| Wesley Wagoner was from Hanover, Pennsylvania and enlisted in the 76th Union Pennsylvania Infantry in October 1862 during the American Civil War. He was a faithful son in writing letters home while stationed in South Carolina. He wrote of the conditions the troops were living under, their military activities, but mostly of his love for his family. #civilwar #legacy #familystories #ancestors #familytree #genealogy

A Rescued Legacy

A Rescued Legacy| Wesley Wagoner was from Hanover, Pennsylvania and enlisted in the 76th Union Pennsylvania Infantry in October 1862 during the American Civil War. He was a faithful son in writing letters home while stationed in South Carolina. He wrote of the conditions the troops were living under, their military activities, but mostly of his love for his family. #civilwar #legacy #familystories #ancestors #familytree #genealogy

On the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War, here's a look at battlefield medicine.

Album: Faces and Injuries of the Civil War

On the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War, here's a look at battlefield medicine.

Civil War Pictures Of Soldiers | civil war soldiers

Spreading Holiday Cheer—Lincoln Style

One of the most exceptional Civil War Flags in private hands. Offered by: Jeff Bridgman Antiques and American Flags - SILK, CIVIL WAR BATTLE FLAG OF THE GREEN MOUNTAIN BOYS, WITH WHIMSICAL GOLD TEXT SURROUNDED BY A SOUTHERN-EXCLUSIONARY COUNT OF 20-STARS, A PAINTED EAGLE ON THE REVERSE, AND A PORTRAIT OF GEORGE WASHINGTON THAT WAS AFTERWARDS APPLIQUED IN THE CANTON (PROB

One of the most exceptional Civil War Flags in private hands. Offered by: Jeff Bridgman Antiques and American Flags - SILK, CIVIL WAR BATTLE FLAG OF THE GREEN MOUNTAIN BOYS, WITH WHIMSICAL GOLD TEXT SURROUNDED BY A SOUTHERN-EXCLUSIONARY COUNT OF 20-STARS, A PAINTED EAGLE ON THE REVERSE, AND A PORTRAIT OF GEORGE WASHINGTON THAT WAS AFTERWARDS APPLIQUED IN THE CANTON (PROB

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