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Photo of an unidentified woman of the Civil War period who is wearing a kepi and a canteen. It is possible she is a vivandiere

Photo of an unidentified woman of the Civil War period who is wearing a kepi and a canteen. It is possible she is a vivandiere

vivandiere civil war | Amazon.com: American Civil War Vivandieres (Elite) (9781841767116 ...

vivandiere civil war | Amazon.com: American Civil War Vivandieres (Elite) (9781841767116 ...

CDV, unidentified. ca. 1864.  A young woman of the Civil War era. The inscription on back reads this picture was found by me on the battlefield of Cedar Creek, [W.? L.?] Hood. The name of the woman is not known.  Virginia Military Institute (VMI) Online Photograph Database

CDV, unidentified. ca. 1864. A young woman of the Civil War era. The inscription on back reads this picture was found by me on the battlefield of Cedar Creek, [W.? L.?] Hood. The name of the woman is not known. Virginia Military Institute (VMI) Online Photograph Database

stubby the SGT. STUBBY WAR DOG HERO! | The Thinking Dog. Sergeant Stubby was a stray, who saved more lives, saw more combat, and performed more feats than most war dogs and humans in the history of warfare.war dog -

This Brave, Stubby-Tailed Pit Bull Was America's First War Dog

stubby the SGT. STUBBY WAR DOG HERO! | The Thinking Dog. Sergeant Stubby was a stray, who saved more lives, saw more combat, and performed more feats than most war dogs and humans in the history of warfare.war dog -

1854 – Florence Nightingale and a staff of 38 nurses are sent to the Crimean War. | Nursing Uniforms of the Past and Present - Nurse Uniforms History

1854 – Florence Nightingale and a staff of 38 nurses are sent to the Crimean War. | Nursing Uniforms of the Past and Present - Nurse Uniforms History

Elizabeth Van Lew, Union Spy who operated in Richmond throughout the War.

Elizabeth Van Lew, Union Spy who operated in Richmond throughout the War.

Ginnie Wade, killed by one of the 150 bullets that hit her sister's house, was the only civilian killed during the Battle of Gettysburg.

Ginnie Wade, killed by one of the 150 bullets that hit her sister's house, was the only civilian killed during the Battle of Gettysburg.

The Daughter of the Regiment: A Brief History of Vivandieres and Cantinieres in the American Civil War

The Daughter of the Regiment: A Brief History of Vivandieres and Cantinieres in the American Civil War

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