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    Aiken's Landing, Virginia (vicinity). Fort Brady on the James River, manned by Company C, 1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery. (Battery ready for action)

    Washington, District of Columbia. Officers and men, 3d Regiment Massachusetts Heavy Artillery in Fort Totten

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    April 1865. "Petersburg, Virginia. Federal soldiers removing artillery from Confederate fortifications." [Detail] Wet plate glass negative.

    The Garrison Of Fort C. F. Smith Company F 2nd Heavy Artillery Civil War (Company D~ TJ Kernan )

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    Carte de visite by Mathew Brady of New York, N.Y. Charles Armory Clark (right) served as a captain in the Sixth Maine Infantry, and received the Medal of Honor for his conduct at Brooks Ford, Va., on May 4, 1863. James William Clark (left) served as the first lieutenant of Company E of the First Maine Heavy Artillery. Whiting Clark (center) served as major of the First Maine Heavy Artillery.

    Captain Edward Camden put on his Civil War veteran's uniform and tried to register for the draft on the first day of World War I. April 1917 It doesn't get much better than this.

    Civil War Atlanta-- 1864. Photo by George N. Barnard. This is for my uncle clay.

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    Three officers of the 1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery, Fort Brady, VA. (Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division). Submitted by thathistorychick

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