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Civil War Photo Quaker Guns. Note the detail of the Zouaves' field equipment...Quaker guns were fake cannon barrels made from logs to deceive the enemy.

Civil War 8x10 Photo Quaker Guns 1

Note the detail of the Zouaves' field equipment.Quaker guns were fake cannon barrels made from logs to deceive the enemy.

Mounting guard inspection, Fort Wagner, South Carolina April 1865. Civil War soldiers' guns were constantly inspected by NCOs for cleanliness and to ensure that movable parts, such as the hammer, were in working order.

Mounting guard inspection, Fort Wagner, South Carolina April Civil War soldiers' guns were constantly inspected by NCOs for cleanliness and to ensure that movable parts, such as the hammer, were in working order.

1860-1880, portrait of a gentleman after amputation

Civil War, [portrait of a gentleman after amputation] via Flesh World, “Masterpieces of Medical Photography”

The Battle of Wyse Fork [aka the Battle of Southwest Creek], a part of the Carolina Campaign ramped up again on March 10th 1865.

The Battle of Wyse Fork [aka the Battle of Southwest Creek], a part of the Carolina Campaign ramped up again on March

Dead Confederate soldiers from Starke's Louisiana Brigade, on the Hagerstown Turnpike, north of the Dunker Church. Photograph by Alexander Gardner.

Confederate dead lie strewn near a fence on the Hagerstown road, after the Battle of Antietam, in Maryland, in September of

THE TWENTIETH UNITED STATES - COLORED TROOPS RECEIVING THEIR COLORS ON UNION SQUARE. MARCH 5, 1864.—[SEE PAGE 187.]

This Civil War Harper's Weekly features a Picture of Lookout Creek in Tennessee

7th Missouri Infantry Regiment, the "Irish Seventh", National Flag Presentation Ceremony, Lexington, Missouri, May 1862. They served in the United States Army in the West.

Colonel John D. Stevenson making a speech to the Ladies of Lexington, Missouri, after being presented with a flag.

This picture was taken in Charleston, South Carolina at the close of the Civil War (1865). The house pictured is the O'Connor House

This picture was taken in Charleston, South Carolina at the close of the Civil War The house pictured is the O'Connor House

7 Civil War Stories You Didn't Learn in High School | Mental Floss

7 Civil War Stories You Didn't Learn in High School

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