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Womens Dresses from 1850's to 1880's. About 1/10 of the photo's from a disc I bought at a Civil War Re-enactment What a nice dress

What Was Christmas Like during the Civil War?

Civil War medal. ( Grand Army of the Republic medal that was distributed to federal veterans in 1866)

1860's 2-Piece Tea Gown or Day dress, black & teal border print skirt, 3 flounces; solid black bodice trimmed with braid & teal fringe.


Mail box saddle racks I labeled them w contents:) this keeps my three year old out and I know what is i. Each for easy access!

Occupation. Textile workers. Working women of the Civil War era, unusually short skirts.

War era necklace made from uniform buttons of notable Confederate generals; Museum of the Confederacy.

You are viewing an unusual image of Atlanta, Georgia. Confederate fort in front of Atlanta. It was taken in 1864 by Barnard, George N., 1819-1902.

Prior to the Civil War, Atlanta was at the intersection of four rail lines, rendering the Georgia crossroads the fastest-growing city in the Deep South. As the Confederate States formed, Atlanta was a city deeply divided about secession. By the spring of 1863, war had arrived at the doorstep of Atlanta. Join historian Bob Davis as he tells the story of the devastation that befell Atlanta, the Union occupation and how the “Gate City” was reborn from the ashes.