Badge worn by members of the North Carolina Confederate Veterans at various reunions around the state and at national conventions. Love this!

The Second Battle of Fort Fisher, was fought January 15th 1865 just outside of Wilmington, North Carolina.

Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate States (Confederacy) during the Civil War. White House of Confederacy was in Richmond, Virginia.

Out of the approx. 750,000 soldiers that fought for the South, these were the last three surviving Confederate Civil War veterans. Photo taken in 1951

Original 1861 Map of the Confederate States

A soldier runs under fire. Arnhem, 1944.

Mary Surratt, 42, proprietor of a Maryland tavern and a Washington boarding house that served as meeting places and safe houses for Confederate spies and couriers. She was found guilty for her part in Lincoln's assassination. Pictured: Mary Surratt, the first woman ever put to death by the Federal Government.

"Pride of the Keystone State : The Seventh Pennsylvania Cavalry".

Civil War North Carolina Confederate Officer's Slouch Hat Originally the Property of the North Carolina State Museum.

Down Home // Letterpress Print on 100% Cotton // Old Try

"Confederate General-in-Chief Robert E. Lee photographed several days after his surrender at Appomattox. It’s the last portrait of him in a Military Uniform."

Galaxer cave dwellers on Yonahlossee Road, Blowing Rock, North Carolina -- May 12, 1912. Frank W. Bicknell Photograph Collection, North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh, NC.

States of the Confederates

44 Facts About United States Presidents That Will Blow Your Mind | James Madison weighed under 100 pounds and was 5'4"

Vietnam Veterans Memorial #infographic

Confederate Soldiers 1861 Photograph

Confederate prisoner after the battle of Gettysburg (detail, Mathew Brady, July 3, 1863).

confederate money

In 1973, the State of Illinois became the first state to make Martin Luther King’s birthday a state holiday.

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South Carolina- The First State to Secede