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American Civil War Pictures & Photos | Officers of 3rd Battalion, 15th New York Heavy Artillery Fort Woodbury, Arlington, Virginia.

American Civil War Pictures & Photos | Officers of 3rd Battalion, 15th New York Heavy Artillery Fort Woodbury, Arlington, Virginia.

American Civil War Pictures & Photos | Officers of 3rd Battalion, 15th New York Heavy Artillery Fort Woodbury, Arlington, Virginia.

American Civil War Pictures & Photos | Officers of 3rd Battalion, 15th New York Heavy Artillery Fort Woodbury, Arlington, Virginia.

American Civil War artillery: Battery of Parrott Guns Manned by Company C, 1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery - Fort Brady, VA, 1864. The Parrot gun sported an iron barrel that was proved too brittle with the result of the breech often fracturing, with lethal consequences for the gun crew. Note the elaborate preparation of the gun position and the rows of the 10 lb elongated projectile made exclusively for the Parrott.

American Civil War artillery: Battery of Parrott Guns Manned by Company C, 1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery - Fort Brady, VA, 1864. The Parrot gun sported an iron barrel that was proved too brittle with the result of the breech often fracturing, with lethal consequences for the gun crew. Note the elaborate preparation of the gun position and the rows of the 10 lb elongated projectile made exclusively for the Parrott.

American Civil War Artillery -                                                              fort sumter, fort sumter national monument, cannons, charleston, south carolina, the civil war, battle at fort sumter

American Civil War Artillery - fort sumter, fort sumter national monument, cannons, charleston, south carolina, the civil war, battle at fort sumter

Fort Brady, Virginia; Three officers of the 1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery. 1864... should recreate with my civil war boys :D

Fort Brady, Virginia; Three officers of the 1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery. 1864... should recreate with my civil war boys :D

1st Connecticut heavy artillery, Fort Richardson Arlington Va. 1863 (u.s civil war) 1861-65

1st Connecticut heavy artillery, Fort Richardson Arlington Va. 1863 (u.s civil war) 1861-65

. 1864, “Capt. Rufus D. Pettit’s Battery, 1st New York Light Artillery: Fort Richardson, at Quarles House, Near Fair Oaks”, Barnard & Gibson

. 1864, “Capt. Rufus D. Pettit’s Battery, 1st New York Light Artillery: Fort Richardson, at Quarles House, Near Fair Oaks”, Barnard & Gibson

The Fort Mill Ridge Civil War Trenches are battle trenches originally dug between 1861 and 1862 and lined with chestnut logs by the Confederate artillery during the American Civil War to defend the approaches to Romney on the Northwestern Turnpike and the South Branch Potomac River. The trenches were then refurbished between March and June 1863 by the 54th Pennsylvania Infantry and the 1st West Virginia Infantry. When Colonel Jacob M. Campbell (54th PVI) garrisoned Union forces at Romney…

The Fort Mill Ridge Civil War Trenches are battle trenches originally dug between 1861 and 1862 and lined with chestnut logs by the Confederate artillery during the American Civil War to defend the approaches to Romney on the Northwestern Turnpike and the South Branch Potomac River. The trenches were then refurbished between March and June 1863 by the 54th Pennsylvania Infantry and the 1st West Virginia Infantry. When Colonel Jacob M. Campbell (54th PVI) garrisoned Union forces at Romney…

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