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photograph of a battle worn Old Glory from the Civil War, circa 1864, soldier is from the 37th Pennsylvania Infantry

Marmaduke Marshall, Confederate Army Marshall, Orderly Sergeant of 17th Georgia Infantry; American Civil War, 1861-65; First Sergeant (later Captain) Marmaduke Marshall, Confederate Army Soldier (b/w photo), American Photographer, (19th century) / Private Collection / Peter Newark Military Pictures / The Bridgeman Art Library

General Joshua L. Chamberlain winner of the Congressional Medal of honour at Gettysburg.

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The picture was taken at the Stone Wall at Gettysburg. Picture shows the old soldier writing his memories of the Battle of Gettysburg, at the Gettysburg Reunion. It was created in 1913 by Harris & Ewing.

Old Glory - American Flag - USA - Real Photo

Today's infographic is a crash course in Egyptian history. After reading about Nun, the source of all Egyptian gods, I immediately noticed how little I know about this ancient religion.
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Today's infographic is a crash course in Egyptian history. After reading about Nun, the source of all Egyptian gods, I immediately noticed how little I know about this ancient religion.

23rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry, American Civil War

Seeing a woman in the midst of the hotly contested Civil War battlefield of Spotsylvania surprised the veteran officer of the 8th Ohio Infantry Regiment! Seeing her in uniform - a Zouave uniform at that - astonished him all the more. She was the famous Vivandiere, Marie Tepe, who served with in the 114th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment.

You are viewing an unfortunate image of Scene of Ewell's attack, May 19, 1864, near Spottsylvania [i.e. Spotsylvania] Court House. Dead Confederate soldiers collected for burial. It was taken in 1864. The image shows Spotsylvania Court House, Battle of, Va., 1864. War casualties.