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Johnson's Island prisoner of war camp for Confederate officers on Lake Erie

Collections & Exhibits | Johnson's Island Soldiers' Barracks Photograph

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A Confederate boy, age 14, lies dead in the trenches of Fort Mahone at Petersburg.

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Dead Confederate Soldier on the Battlefield at Antietam, September 1862, Alexander Gardner www.metmuseum.org...

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Mounting guard inspection, Fort Wagner, South Carolina April 1865. Civil War soldiers' guns were constantly inspected by NCOs for cleanliness and to ensure that movable parts, such as the hammer, were in working order.

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June, 1864, Cornelia Hancock, Civil War Nurse: "you can hardly imagine the appearance of our wounded now brought from the field after having been under fire for 21 precarious days. They hardly look like men.”

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A grandmother’s trove of Civil War photos goes to Library of Congress - The Washington Post

A grandmother’s trove of Civil War photos goes to Library of Congress

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Civil War Surgeons

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Antietam Battlefield, Sharpsburg, Maryland

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Alfred Willoughby “A.W.” Clopton One Of Virginia Military Institute’s Class Of 1863 A.W. is the young cavalier at the upper right corner of the photograph, holding a bottle, He served as a private in...

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Burnside Bridge at Antietam Civil War battlefield (Alexander Gardner, 1862)

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Confederate soldiers as they fell inside the fence on the Hagerstown Road at the battle of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa Sept 1862. #civilwar

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Confederate soldiers as they fell, near the Burnside Bridge, at the battle of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa 1862. #civilwar

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Group of soldiers from the Louisiana regiment as they fell at the battle of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa Sept 1862. #civilwar

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Dead Confederate soldier at Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa Sept 1862. #civilwar

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Group of dead Confederate soldiers after the battle of Antietam, photographed by Alexander Gardner, circa Sept 1862. #civilwar

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Group of Confederate soldiers, unit unknown.

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Black soldiers of the Army of the James near Aiken's Landing, VA, Nov. 1864. Library of Congress.

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The sinks, or latrines in today's terms, in Andersonville Prison.

Civil War Prison Camps

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Survivors of the Battle of Olustee gathered at the monument dedication in Olustee, Florida on October 23, 1912. The Battle of Olustee was fought in Baker County, Florida on February 20, 1864. It was the largest battle fought in Florida during the American Civil War. (State Archives of Florida/History By Zim)

Survivors of the Battle of Olustee, 1912

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Super Rare LARGE 1864 Photo of Tattered Civil War

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1st Texas Infantry in camp at Quantico, VA

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Elk Mountain, Maryland. Signal tower overlooking Antietam battlefield, Alexander Gardner photographer, 1862 Sept. or Oct., Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, DC

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Billy Yank and Johnny Reb

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