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American Civil War Slavery pictures - photos & art pics NO MATTER HOW YOU TRY YOU CANNOT KILL "OUR" SPIRIT ---- CAN YOU  "IMAGINE"-----HELL ON EARTH....

American Civil War Slavery pictures - photos & art pics NO MATTER HOW YOU TRY YOU CANNOT KILL "OUR" SPIRIT ---- CAN YOU "IMAGINE"-----HELL ON EARTH....

The first Union soldier killed by a Confederate soldier was Thornsbury Bailey Brown; he was killed May 22nd 1861 in Taylor County, Virginia.

The first Union soldier killed by a Confederate soldier was Thornsbury Bailey Brown; he was killed May 22nd 1861 in Taylor County, Virginia.

A cotton gin and workers at the Knox plantation in Mount Pleasant, S.C., circa 1874. Photo by George N. Barnard, one of the first people to open a daguerreotype studio in the United States. He followed Union Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman's 'March to the Sea' and in 1866 published an album of 61 renowned photographs, Photographic Views of Sherman's Campaign.

A cotton gin and workers at the Knox plantation in Mount Pleasant, S.C., circa 1874. Photo by George N. Barnard, one of the first people to open a daguerreotype studio in the United States. He followed Union Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman's 'March to the Sea' and in 1866 published an album of 61 renowned photographs, Photographic Views of Sherman's Campaign.

"Shelby Dade Foote, Jr. (November 17, 1916 – June 27, 2005) was an American historian and novelist who wrote The Civil War: A Narrative, a massive, three-volume history of the war. With geographic and cultural roots in the Mississippi Delta, system   His work introduced a generation of Americans to a war that he believed was "central to all our lives." When you heard him speak of the war,somehow you lived it...

"Shelby Dade Foote, Jr. (November 17, 1916 – June 27, 2005) was an American historian and novelist who wrote The Civil War: A Narrative, a massive, three-volume history of the war. With geographic and cultural roots in the Mississippi Delta, system His work introduced a generation of Americans to a war that he believed was "central to all our lives." When you heard him speak of the war,somehow you lived it...

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