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Gen. Phil Sheridan in the field - One of the greatest Cavalry Commanders of the War. He was driven and ruthless ...

Gen. Phil Sheridan in the field - One of the greatest Cavalry Commanders of the War. He was driven and ruthless ...

cdv of "Sergrt. Boston Corbett, 16th N.Y. Cav., Who shot J. Wilkes Booth, April 26, 1865"

World of Miniature Bears - RABBIT - 5" Mini Mohair Bunny - Sparse White

cdv of "Sergrt. Boston Corbett, 16th N.Y. Cav., Who shot J. Wilkes Booth, April 26, 1865"

1864. A passel of Yankees in repose. "Federal picket post near Atlanta, Georgia." Wet collodion  glass plate negative by George N. Barnard

1864. A passel of Yankees in repose. "Federal picket post near Atlanta, Georgia." Wet collodion glass plate negative by George N. Barnard

John E. Cummins of the 50th, 99th, and 185th Ohio Infantry regiments in Union -horse Civil War

John E. Cummins of the 50th, 99th, and 185th Ohio Infantry regiments in Union -horse Civil War

1864 view of houses along South Collins Street in Atlanta. This area of South Collins was later renamed Washington Street and was eventually destroyed to make way for the Downtown Connector.

1864 view of houses along South Collins Street in Atlanta. This area of South Collins was later renamed Washington Street and was eventually destroyed to make way for the Downtown Connector.

Image. Civil War. Effect of a 32-pound Shell at Fredricksburg.

Image. Civil War. Effect of a 32-pound Shell at Fredricksburg.

Union Hospital, Nashville, TN.  Click until you get to the original image - you can make it huge and study very small details

Union Hospital, Nashville, TN. Click until you get to the original image - you can make it huge and study very small details

July 1863. “Gettysburg, Pa. Three captured Confederate soldiers, likely from Louisiana, pose for Mathew Brady on Seminary Ridge following the Battle of Gettysburg.”

Fascinating Civil War photo

July 1863. “Gettysburg, Pa. Three captured Confederate soldiers, likely from Louisiana, pose for Mathew Brady on Seminary Ridge following the Battle of Gettysburg.”

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