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Civil War Soldier Officer Tintype Seated 1 4 Plate Size Encased Nice | eBay

Civil War Soldier Officer Tintype Seated 1 4 Plate Size Encased Nice | eBay

General Beauregard, who was the one in charge of firing on Fort Sumpter.

General Beauregard, who was the one in charge of firing on Fort Sumpter.

ca. 1861-65, [hand-colored ambrotype portrait of a Confederate soldier in uniform with a cavalry sword and revolver]    via the Library of Congress, Liljenquist Family Collection of Civil War Photographs

ca. 1861-65, [hand-colored ambrotype portrait of a Confederate soldier in uniform with a cavalry sword and revolver] via the Library of Congress, Liljenquist Family Collection of Civil War Photographs

Mississippi rifles with bayonets

Mississippi rifles with bayonets

CDV General Nathaniel P. Banks defeated by Stonewall Jackson at the First Battle of Winchester May 1862

CDV General Nathaniel P. Banks defeated by Stonewall Jackson at the First Battle of Winchester May 1862

8 by 10 Civil War Photo Print of 2 Union Soldiers Bayoneted Muskets Canteens | eBay

8 by 10 Civil War Photo Print of 2 Union Soldiers, Bayoneted Muskets, Canteens

8 by 10 Civil War Photo Print of 2 Union Soldiers Bayoneted Muskets Canteens | eBay

Tillie Pierce, Gettysburg, PA, gave a very decriptive narrative of the battle of Gettysburg, also a study in short hair of the time...

Tillie Pierce, Gettysburg, PA, gave a very decriptive narrative of the battle of Gettysburg, also a study in short hair of the time...

Clinton Hogue, and his brother Harvey, both served in the Civil War on the Union side. Clinton joined Company G of the Iron Brigade's Indiana 19th Regiment, was "shot to pieces on two different occasions", and participated in most of the major battles of the war. He began service as a private and ended as a 1st Lieutenant. On January 1st, 1864 he re-enlisted at Culpepper, Virginia.

Clinton Hogue, and his brother Harvey, both served in the Civil War on the Union side. Clinton joined Company G of the Iron Brigade's Indiana 19th Regiment, was "shot to pieces on two different occasions", and participated in most of the major battles of the war. He began service as a private and ended as a 1st Lieutenant. On January 1st, 1864 he re-enlisted at Culpepper, Virginia.

Mentieth inspiration

Mentieth inspiration

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A great photo...

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