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General James Ewell Brown 'Jeb' Stuart during the American Civil War.

General James Ewell Brown 'Jeb' Stuart during the American Civil War.

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General James Ewell Brown "Jeb" Stuart (he used his initials as his first name) Confederate officer Civil War Gettysburg, Pa Library of congress

William T. Anderson, better known as Bloody Bill, was one of the deadliest and most brutal pro-Confederate guerrilla leaders in the American Civil War. Anderson led a band that targeted Union loyalists and Federal soldiers in Missouri and Kansas. Jesse and Frank James rode with him.

better known as was one of the deadliest and most brutal pro-Confederate leaders in the American Anderson led a band that targeted Union loyalists and Federal soldiers in Missouri and Kansas. Jesse and Frank James rode with him.

Major General J.E.B. Stuart by Cornelius Hankin

Major General J. Stuart by Cornelius Hankin, this is the portrait my sister-in-law got!

Henry Thomas Harrison -The Spy that Changed the Course of Gettysburg  A a spy for Confederate Lt. Gen. James Longstreet during Civil War.  Henry Thomas Harrison, a Confederate spy, supplied Generals Longstreet and Lee with details about the advancing Union army. Based solely on that information, Lee ordered his dispersed army to move immediately towards a small crossroads town in south-central Pennsylvania. Thus was the beginning of the historic three-day battle known as Gettysburg.

Henry Thomas Harrison, Confederate secret agent famous for informing Lee and Longstreet about Union movements before Gettysburg. A famous Mississippian during the war.

Confederate volunteers, 1861. This is one of my favorite Civil War photos. …

In November of amidst rumors of an invading army sent to rescue John Brown from execution, Virginia Governor Henry Wise called for a militia deployment to Charlestown. John Wilkes Booth accompanied that Militia as member of the Richmond Grays.

Heros von Borcke - known as the “giant in gray.” Over 6'4" in height, well over 200 lbs he joined the Confederate Army. Slipped thru Union blockade at Charleston harbor. Speaking little English, joined staff of Maj Gen J.E.B. Stuart.  Known as “Von" to Stuart, he acquired a growing reputation for bravery until severely wounded at Middleburg, 1863. Returned to his Prussian castle to recuperate; where he flew the Confederate flag until his death in 1895. He named his daughter "Virginia ".

Heros von Borcke, a massive Prussian dude 200 lbs) who decided to come to America and join the staff of Confederate General J. This guy was a straight-up bawss. Carried a huge sword too (which can be seen in the museum at the Gettysburg VC).

"Storm Over Gettysburg" (Lee  Longstreet) by Mort Kunstler

Mort Kunstler: Storm Over Gettysburg, Generals Robert E. Lee and James Longstreet Gettysburg, July 1863

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