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Miners prepare to descend into the Savage Silver Mining Works at Virginia City, Nevada, one of the dozens of mines working the Comstock Lode. This 1868 photograph by Timothy O'Sullivan is one of the first flashlit photos ever made.

Charles C. Parsons, brave battery commander at Perryville & Stones River.

Parsons, brave battery commander at Perryville & Stones River.

Union soldiers at captured Confederate encampment during the siege of Petersburg, June 1864. Timothy O'Sullivan

Union soldiers at captured Confederate encampment during the siege of Petersburg, June Timothy O'Sullivan

Rare Naval Lieutenant's Uniform found in an attic, dating from around 1812

Lieutenant's uniform, British, The smart uniform belonging to Lieutenant William Hicks, from around is an important find for military historians as it is believed no other lieutenant uniform of that era is left in existence.

Chaplain conducting mass for the 69th New York State Militia encamped at Fort Corcoran Washington D.C. 1861. Photographed by Mathew B. Brady. 165-C-100. National Archives Identifier: 533114.

civil-war- Chaplain conducting mass for the New York State Militia encamped at Fort Corcoran, Washington, D., Photographed by Mathew B.

U. S. Civil War Veterans

This day serves as a recognition to those veterans' sacrifice and service to the US nation. We salute you great veterans! From O'Hare Precision Metals.

Union Calvary

One of the most interesting tidbits from the Civil War was the regiment mustered from the south called the First Alabama, which actually fought for the north, even serving as the escorts and protectors of the notorious General Sherman.

A colorized photo of Robert E. Lee, his son Custis, and his aide Walter H. Taylor

From Left to Right; Lee's Son, Major General George Washington Custis Lee, General Robert E. Lee, and Lee's aide-de-camp, Colonel Walter Taylor.

Wounded soldiers under trees, Marye's Heights, Fredericksburg. After the battle of Spotsylvania, 1864.

Wounded Union soldiers at rest near Marye’s Heights, Fredericksburg, Virginia. After the battle of Spotsylvania, in (Photo by Mathew Brady/NARA)

Photograph attributed to Mathew Brady of the Capitol, Washington, D.C. hung with crepe and flag flown at half staff as the Nation mourns the Assassination and Death of President Lincoln. (c. April...

Interesting Photograph attributed to Mathew Brady of the Capitol, Washington, D. hung with crepe and flag flown at half staff as the Nation mourns the Assassination and Death of President Lincoln.

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