ANTIQUE CIVIL WAR ARTIFACTS - WONDERFUL GROUPING OF A TROOPER FROM THE 3RD IOWA CAVALRY.

ANTIQUE CIVIL WAR ARTIFACTS - WONDERFUL GROUPING OF A TROOPER FROM THE 3RD IOWA CAVALRY.

Albert Woolson, union drummer boy died  in 1956 at 108 yrs. He was the last Civil War veteran.

Albert Woolson, union drummer boy died in 1956 at 108 yrs. He was the last Civil War veteran.

Military & Patriotic:Civil War, Confederate Holster & Belt With Two-piece Interlocking CSBuckle....

Military & Patriotic:Civil War, Confederate Holster & Belt With Two-piece Interlocking CSBuckle....

As bad as Andersonville was for the Union, the northern prisons were no better. Camp Douglas Confederate prisoners

As bad as Andersonville was for the Union, the northern prisons were no better. Camp Douglas Confederate prisoners

Hunting For Civil War Artifacts Civil War Artifacts – Civil War ... - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sal

Hunting For Civil War Artifacts Civil War Artifacts – Civil War ... - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sal

The American Civil War: November 18, 1863: Lincoln travels to Gettysburg - This photograph captured President Lincoln at Hanover, Pennsylvania on his way to deliver a few remarks at the dedication of a national cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

The American Civil War: November 18, 1863: Lincoln travels to Gettysburg - This photograph captured President Lincoln at Hanover, Pennsylvania on his way to deliver a few remarks at the dedication of a national cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

U S Civil War battlefields | Confederate troops at the Battle of Bull Run (called "Manasas" by the ...

U S Civil War battlefields | Confederate troops at the Battle of Bull Run (called "Manasas" by the ...

The New York 7th Regiment marching down Broadway before their active duty in the Civil War. Several hundred thousand people cheered them on. New York sent more troops per capita than any other state in the Union to the Civil War.

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The New York 7th Regiment marching down Broadway before their active duty in the Civil War. Several hundred thousand people cheered them on. New York sent more troops per capita than any other state in the Union to the Civil War.

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