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Soldiers bathing in the Rappahannock River in Fredericksburg, VA. Special Thank you to the Library of Congress for permission to use this image
American Civil War soldiers
Wounded from the Battle of the Wilderness - Fredericksburg, VA, May 1864
View from Across the Rappahannock River - Fredericksburg, VA, February 1863
Our students had a great time tubing here! Rappahannock River, near Fredericksburg, VA. www.christchurchs...
Union soldiers entrenched along the west bank of the Rappahannock River at Fredericksburg, Virginia
Moment of Mercy marker, Baltimore. Commemorating Sgt. Kirkland and the fallen soldiers on Marye's Heights, Fredericksburg.
Injured Soldiers Fredericksburg
Photography:CDVs, Absolutely One Of The Most Moving Civil War Images - Symbolic Carte-De-Visite Of A Federal Soldier with His young Cause of Abolition.
ca. 1861-65, “Hospital [amputation] Scene at Fortress Monroe, Va.”, George Stacy via the Library of Congress, Stereographic Cards Collection
Black soldiers of the Army of the James near Aiken's Landing, VA, Nov. 1864. Library of Congress.
Ruins of Richmond | April 1865 | Library of Congress
One of the 'fortunate' soldiers that survived the horrors at the Civil War, Andersonville Prison Camp