USS Saint Louis (C 20) Off San Francisco, California, circa 1909-1916
Mysterious shipwreck washes onto Alabama shore, believed to be from Civil War
Could this be the wreck of a Civil War-era vessel? (Meyer Vacation Rentals/Facebook) It makes an appearance after every hurricane, but Issac's winds revealed more of the ship than has ever been seen before.
"93rd New York Infantry at Antietam: Union troops gather near Sharpsburg, Maryland, on September 16, 1862, the day before the Battle of Antietam, which would become the bloodiest single day in American history. (Photo Credit: Library of Congress )."
Confederate steam locomotive, 1863. Note the car carrying wood (not coal) for the engine. The Confederacy suffered from lack of mechanics, but also from lack of laborers. Passengers often had to wait hours while train crews chopped their own wood and hauled their own water when none awaited them at the depot.
La popa del Titanic y sus hélices. Grande comparado con una persona
This image is one of the most misidentified photographs published about the Civil War. Usually referred to as ‘young Confederates off to war’ it actually shows members of Company A, First Virginia Infantry, the “Richmond Grays,” at John Brown’s execution in 1859. The Valentine Museum
View of the corrosion-scarred turret of the USS Monitor.