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GRAVE MARKER OF INDIANA SOLDIER AT THE SHILOH BATTLEFIELD.

GRAVE MARKER OF INDIANA SOLDIER AT THE SHILOH BATTLEFIELD.

battle of shiloh monuments | Shiloh Battlefield: One of Many Indiana Monuments | Flickr - Photo ...

battle of shiloh monuments | Shiloh Battlefield: One of Many Indiana Monuments | Flickr - Photo ...

Shiloh Battlefield, Tennessee | 2nd Indiana Cavalry Regiment… | Flickr

Shiloh Battlefield, Tennessee | 2nd Indiana Cavalry Regiment… | Flickr

Soldiers in front of monument at Bull Run Battlefield, Virginia. (June 10, 1865).

Soldiers in front of monument at Bull Run Battlefield, Virginia. (June 10, 1865).

The Bloody Pond at Shiloh Battlefield in Tennessee- this shallow pond attracted the weary and wounded soldiers of both armies who where engaged in heavy fighting nearby. Some crawled here for their last drink. Observers after the battle reported that the pond was littered with dead soldiers and horses, and many died here.

The Bloody Pond at Shiloh Battlefield in Tennessee- this shallow pond attracted the weary and wounded soldiers of both armies who where engaged in heavy fighting nearby. Some crawled here for their last drink. Observers after the battle reported that the pond was littered with dead soldiers and horses, and many died here.

Resaca Confederate Cemetery in Resaca, Georgia is the burial place of over 450 confederate soldiers who died during the American Civil War. This particular cemetery is designated for the soldiers that fought in the Battle of Resaca which took place May 14 and 15, 1864. From the two days of battle there are only three graves where the death date is listed as May 15, 1864. The remaining graves are listed as May 14, 1864. Many of the soldiers were identified but there are still 424 graves…

Resaca Confederate Cemetery in Resaca, Georgia is the burial place of over 450 confederate soldiers who died during the American Civil War. This particular cemetery is designated for the soldiers that fought in the Battle of Resaca which took place May 14 and 15, 1864. From the two days of battle there are only three graves where the death date is listed as May 15, 1864. The remaining graves are listed as May 14, 1864. Many of the soldiers were identified but there are still 424 graves…

42nd Indiana Infantry Regiment Monument at Chickamauga Battlefield- July 2006

42nd Indiana Infantry Regiment Monument at Chickamauga Battlefield- July 2006

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