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General George Custer Union 8x10" Color Tinted Civil War

James Barroll Washington (POW) and Union Lt. George Armstrong Custer, Fair Oaks, VA, c. May The two were West Point classmates. Photograph by James F.

Amazing Civil War photographs created by colorist bring the era's heroes and characters to life in full color for the first time | Mail Online

Amazing full-color Civil War photos bring the era's characters to life

Union Captain Cunningham poses next to the command tent in Bealeton, Va., Cunningham was a member of Brigadier General Thomas F. Meagher’s staff, who commanded a primarily Irish contingent during the Civil War.

Civil War P.O.W.’s | Marion Illinois History Preservation

Andersonville Prisoners - Was Your Ancestor in a Civil War Prison? More than Union prisoners of war died at Andersonville prison during the Civil War. Although probably the most notorious, Andersonville was certainly not the only Civil War prison.

Best Original 1863 Civil War Newspaper USS Monitor .Was 1ST Ironclad Warship

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Women were not allowed to help with the Civil War unless they were nurses. Four hundred women served in the war. Some historical records show that over sixty women were wounded or killed.

Cival War Nursing-Women in the civil war were not allowed unless they were nurses. Four hundred women served in the war. Some historical records show that over sixty women were wounded or killed in the war.

General William Gamble and Staff at Camp Stoneman, the Cavalry Depot at Giesborough Point - District of Columbia, May 1865

William Gamble and staff, May Gamble was in command of the Brigade (in which the Indiana Cavalry served) in Buford's Division of the Cavalry Corps at Gettysburg

"It is war that teaches us we are all truly brothers." -Ulysses S. Grant

The 50 Most Powerful Images From the Civil War

Confederate Pictures. This picture was taken in 1863 on the Gettysburg Battlefield. It shows a picture of three confederate soldiers captured at the Battle of Gettysburg. I love this picture because of the pride still shown by the men. They had been defeated in battle, but their pride was not, and shows through in the picture.

This picture was taken in 1863 on the Gettysburg Battlefield. It shows a picture of three confederate soldiers captured at the Battle of Gettysburg.

General George Custer, U.S.A.  murderer of  unharmed woman and children and even infants...what a disgrace to even have his picture up here;

In this photo provided by the Library of Congress, Gen. George Custer stands for a portrait some time between 1860 to Location is unknown. (AP Photo/Library of Congress).

(1863, July) Dead Union soldiers at Devil's Den - Gettysburg, PA

July) Dead Union soldiers at Devil's Den - Gettysburg, PA.The Library of Congress identifies this series of photos as having been staged by live Union soldiers on November 1863 (the battle was in July).

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above: A candid photo from the Smithsonian archives taken in 1860 shows just how young the Drummer Boys of the Civil War were. One morning George and his Eighth Maine regiment received orders to ma…

Johnny Clem was 10 years old when his mother died in 1861. Heartbroken, he ran away from his home in Newark, Ohio, and tried to join the 3rd Ohio Infantry as a drummer boy. The 3rd Ohio refused him, as did his next choice, the 22nd Michigan Infantry. Clem tagged along with the 22nd Michigan anyway, and, despite his youth, saw a bit of action on the battlefield. He shot a Confederate general during the Battle of Chickamauga (earning him the rank of sergeant.

Johnny Clem - He enlisted at the age of served in the Regiment Michigan Infantry as a drummer boy. In he was promoted to Sergeant after shooting a Confederate officer at Chickamauga. He is the still considered to be the youngest non-commis

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