WESTERN REBEL POSES WITH A GIANT ARKANSAS TOOTHPICK BOWIE KNIFE AND HOLSTERED REVOLVER, Commonly known as a 1/8th plate in brass mat and glass. This superb Rebel poses with an unsheathed upright large bowie knife known as a "Arkansas Toothpick" with a wooden handle. He wears a slouch hat and a V style battle shirt ornamented with buttons. On his right side one can see the handle of a holstered revolver with a lanyard around his neck. The tintype has a southern style paper mat with embossed…
Federal outer line, Nashville, 1864 [[MORE]] “ Photograph of the War in the West. These photographs are of Hood before Nashville. Continuing his policy of the offensive at any cost, Gen. Hood brought his reduced army before the defenses of.
Confederate soldier, Bluford McDaniel from what is now Lamar County, Alabama. He was captured at Gettysburg in July 1863 and sent to Fort Delaware. When the war ended and he was paroled in June, he walked home to Alabama barefoot.
A Federal Cavalryman and His Dalmatian Carte de visite by L. Case of Champlain, N. A mustached cavalry private in full gear stands with his saber, while his trusty Dalmatian lay asleep on a blanket on the floor by his side.