The cemetery at Andersonville Prison, the most notorious prison camp of the Civil War. Macon County, GA.

The cemetery at Andersonville Prison, the most notorious prison camp of the Civil War. Macon County, GA.

John Adams (July 1, 1825 – November 30, 1864) was an officer in the United States Army. With the onset of the American Civil War, he resigned his commission and joined the Confederate States Army, rising to the rank of brigadier general before being killed in action. Adams was born in Nashville, Tennessee

John Adams (July 1, 1825 – November 30, 1864) was an officer in the United States Army. With the onset of the American Civil War, he resigned his commission and joined the Confederate States Army, rising to the rank of brigadier general before being killed in action. Adams was born in Nashville, Tennessee

Soldiers pay moving tribute to 8 million horses, donkeys, & mules that died during World War I 1915

Soldiers pay moving tribute to 8 million horses, donkeys, & mules that died during World War I 1915

Charles Henry Davis was as a member of the conference to plan combined military and naval operations in Washington, 1861. His next duty was to command the Mississippi Flotilla in the summer of 1862, serving in the decisive battles of Fort Pillow and Memphis. http://www.amazon.com/Journal-Cavalry-Bugler-Georgiann-Baldino/dp/0985912332

Charles Henry Davis was as a member of the conference to plan combined military and naval operations in Washington, 1861. His next duty was to command the Mississippi Flotilla in the summer of 1862, serving in the decisive battles of Fort Pillow and Memphis. http://www.amazon.com/Journal-Cavalry-Bugler-Georgiann-Baldino/dp/0985912332

Corp. Holman H. Smith Co. D, 6th Kentucky Infantry cdv taken in Atlanta in 1864 courtesy Tiffany Luchetta

Corp. Holman H. Smith Co. D, 6th Kentucky Infantry cdv taken in Atlanta in 1864 courtesy Tiffany Luchetta

The “very thing” for the ladies - Harness’ Electric Corsets. Looks like women were systematically tortured through the last half of the 19th century!

The “very thing” for the ladies - Harness’ Electric Corsets. Looks like women were systematically tortured through the last half of the 19th century!

battle of shiloh monuments | Shiloh Battlefield: Confederate Monument and Statue | Flickr - Photo ...

battle of shiloh monuments | Shiloh Battlefield: Confederate Monument and Statue | Flickr - Photo ...

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