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Private Silas A. Shirley of Co. H, 16th Mississippi Infantry Regiment, with books and sign reading "Victory or Death"; hand colored ambrotype, part of the Liljenquist Family Collection of Civil War Photographs,  Call Number: AMB/TIN no. 3077[P&P]; http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/ppmsca.34986

Private Silas A. Shirley of Co. H, 16th Mississippi Infantry Regiment, with books and sign reading "Victory or Death"; hand colored ambrotype, part of the Liljenquist Family Collection of Civil War Photographs, Call Number: AMB/TIN no. 3077[P&P]; http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/ppmsca.34986

Title: [Unidentified soldier in Confederate artillery uniform and kepi] Date…

Title: [Unidentified soldier in Confederate artillery uniform and kepi] Date…

John Thomas, a private in Company D of the 44th Mississippi Infantry Regiment, CSA

John Thomas, a private in Company D of the 44th Mississippi Infantry Regiment, CSA

All sizes | [Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform] (LOC) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

All sizes | [Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform] (LOC) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Private Henry Augustus Moore of Co. F, 15th Mississippi Infantry Regiment, with Bowie knife and sign reading Jeff Davis and the South!

Private Henry Augustus Moore of Co. F, 15th Mississippi Infantry Regiment, with Bowie knife and sign reading Jeff Davis and the South!

Civil War Confederate Tennessee Sixth Plate Tintype Image in Original Hard Case | eBay

Civil War Confederate Tennessee Sixth Plate Tintype Image in Original Hard Case | eBay

Holding his rifle, a very young, Private William H. Presgraves of Company K, 97th Militia Virginia Infantry Regiment.

Holding his rifle, a very young, Private William H. Presgraves of Company K, 97th Militia Virginia Infantry Regiment.

Sixth Plate Tintype of Armed Cavalry Sgt.,unidentified, well posed, having more character and animation that most Civil War images. The bearded sergeant presents a prop Colt Navy to the camera while grasping his M1840 wristbreaker. On his belt is another holstered pistol, possibly an imported Kerr with lanyard ring issued to some western regiments equipped in St. Louis.

Sixth Plate Tintype of Armed Cavalry Sgt.,unidentified, well posed, having more character and animation that most Civil War images. The bearded sergeant presents a prop Colt Navy to the camera while grasping his M1840 wristbreaker. On his belt is another holstered pistol, possibly an imported Kerr with lanyard ring issued to some western regiments equipped in St. Louis.

Private C.W. Ruff of 2nd Texas Infantry Regiment in uniform; hand-colored ambrotype; (sixth plate format); the Liljenquist Family Collection; the Library of Congress.

Private C.W. Ruff of 2nd Texas Infantry Regiment in uniform; hand-colored ambrotype; (sixth plate format); the Liljenquist Family Collection; the Library of Congress.

Two Unidentified Soldiers in Trans-Mississippi Confederate battle shirts  Library of Congress

Two Unidentified Soldiers in Trans-Mississippi Confederate battle shirts Library of Congress

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