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Shiloh National Military Park, Tennessee    Site of the 1862 Battle of Shiloh in the American Civil War.

The Battlefield, Shiloh National Military Park, Tennessee

Shiloh National Military Park, Tennessee Site of the 1862 Battle of Shiloh in the American Civil War. Great place for a picnic

Appalachia Photo by Warren Brunner

Eastern Kentucky (image by Warren Brunner)

Cherokee Chief Red Bird. Red Bird River, which together with Goose Creek forms the headwaters of Kentucky River’s South Fork, was named after him. He and another Indian, Jack, were friendly with early settlers and often hunted in the area around modern day Oneida, KY. Allegedly they were killed in battle protecting their furs, and the bodies thrown into the Red Bird River about 9-1/2 miles upstream from where it joins Goose Creek.

Red Bird Sioux Indian 1908 Vintage Reprint Of Old Photo Red Bird Sioux Indian 1908 Vintage Reprint Of Old Photo This is an excellent reproduction of an old photo. Reproduced photo is in mint

Interior of mountain farmhouse, Appalachian Mountains near Marshall, North Carolina

"Interior of mountain farmhouse, Appalachian Mountains near Marshall, North Carolina." Image courtesy of Library of Congress.

The Soldiers' Orphanage  near the Gettysburg Battlefield. But such a house of horror for the children. It was setup for the children who became orphans after the battle........but nothing good ever happened there.

Ghosts Of The American Civil War

The Soldiers' Orphanage near the Gettysburg Battlefield,across the way is the Jenny Wade House.

Survivors of Pickett's Charge walk the field their comrades fell upon. Gettysburg 50th anniversary, July 3, 1913.

Survivors of Pickett's Charge walk the field their comrades fell upon. Gettysburg 50th anniversary, July 3, 1913. [1073x741]

Survivors of Pickett's Charge walk the field their comrades fell upon. Gettysburg anniversary, July 1913 during the 50 year anniversary.

8.) A newspaper vendor at a Union camp in Virginia during the Civil War in 1863.

Newspaper vendor posing with Union soldiers reading his wares in a Union camp in Virginia during the Civil War, 1863

Before Appalachia was inhabited by colonists and coalminers, it was home to The Cherokee. Traveling north and east from the land we now know as Georgia and the Carolinas, the Cherokee people settled in the southern Appalachians. Much of what we know about The Cherokee today is a result of records from their colonizers, the Spanish.

thebigkelu: Chief Bone Necklace an Oglala Lakota. - thebigkelu: “ Chief Bone Necklace an Oglala Lakota from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation Heyn Photo ”

This memorial on the Carriage Trail in Charleston, West Virginia, marks the place where two women, convicted of spying during the Civil War, were executed and buried nearby.

This memorial on the Carriage Trail in Charleston, West Virginia, marks the place where two women, convicted of spying during the Civil War, were executed and buried nearby. - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

This is a log cabin home in the 1800's . It has a chimney on the side of the home. It also as a very small front porch. This cabin is a very wooden area. This is probably a one room home.

This is a log cabin home in the . It has a chimney on the side of the home. It also as a very small front porch. This cabin is a very wooden area. This is probably a one room home.

The Carter Mansion, Tennessee’s Oldest Frame House The Carter Mansion is a simple house, but with solid construction and opulent details for its time and place.

The Carter Mansion, Tennessee’s Oldest Frame House

FARMHOUSE – vintage early american farmhouse in historic tennessee, the carter mansion, tennessee’s oldest frame house.

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