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CIVIL WAR INTACT SPENCER BULLET WITH CASING DUG NEAR BRANDY STATION VA WHERE CUSTER AND STUART FOUGHT TOOTH AND NAIL IN THE BIGGEST CAVARLY BATTLE EVER IN THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE.

CIVIL WAR INTACT SPENCER BULLET WITH CASING DUG NEAR BRANDY STATION VA WHERE CUSTER AND STUART FOUGHT TOOTH AND NAIL IN THE BIGGEST CAVARLY BATTLE EVER IN THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE.

American GI WWII, 1943. | Rob Linssen | Pinterest | Wwii, North Africa and Father

American GI WWII, 1943. | Rob Linssen | Pinterest | Wwii, North Africa and Father

nice repro C W maps

nice repro C W maps

Civil War tokens are token coins that were privately minted and distributed in the United States between 1862 and 1864. They were used mainly in the Northeast and Midwest. The widespread use of the tokens was a result of the scarcity of government-issued cents during the Civil War.

Civil War tokens are token coins that were privately minted and distributed in the United States between 1862 and 1864. They were used mainly in the Northeast and Midwest. The widespread use of the tokens was a result of the scarcity of government-issued cents during the Civil War.

"Victory is a question of Time." - Vintage ad, February, 1942.

"Victory is a question of Time." - Vintage ad, February, 1942.

Captain Robert E. Lee, 1847 Mexico, increible el general Lee, heroe del sur en la guerra de secesión de 1961 en EEUU, obviamente esta foto es de su campaña en Mexico en los años 40 del SXVIII

Captain Robert E. Lee, 1847 Mexico, increible el general Lee, heroe del sur en la guerra de secesión de 1961 en EEUU, obviamente esta foto es de su campaña en Mexico en los años 40 del SXVIII

A soldier wrote "We are warriors now in full feathers and trappings: ten pounds of gun: eighty rounds per man of ball cartridge, one pound of powder, five pounds of lead, heavy equipments; knapsack, haversack, three-pint canteen, all full; three days' rations; rubber blanket, woolen blanket, shelter tent, full winter clothing; tin cup, tin plate, knife, fork, spoon, spider, et cetera too numerous to mention, and too many to carry and a pound of mud on each shoe."  Spiders are cast iron…

A soldier wrote "We are warriors now in full feathers and trappings: ten pounds of gun: eighty rounds per man of ball cartridge, one pound of powder, five pounds of lead, heavy equipments; knapsack, haversack, three-pint canteen, all full; three days' rations; rubber blanket, woolen blanket, shelter tent, full winter clothing; tin cup, tin plate, knife, fork, spoon, spider, et cetera too numerous to mention, and too many to carry and a pound of mud on each shoe." Spiders are cast iron…

Original, handwritten account by Dr. Leale of what he encountered when he arrived in the President's Box at Ford's Theatre

Original, handwritten account by Dr. Leale of what he encountered when he arrived in the President's Box at Ford's Theatre

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