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Confederate Troops On The March- Frederick, Maryland, Sept. 1862 This is one of the most historically valuable photos ever taken of the war Because it is the only known photograph that shows Confederate soldiers on the march in enemy territory.

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The Band ~ The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (excellent Civil War art, postcards, photos

Rare Footage of Civil War Veterans Doing the Rebel Yell. In this exclusive clip from the 1930s, Confederate veterans step up to the mic and let out their version of the fearsome rallying cry.  Way cool!!!

Rare Footage of Civil War Veterans Doing the Rebel Yell. In this exclusive clip from the Confederate veterans step up to the mic and let out their version of the fearsome rallying cry.

Warehouses and wharf of Vendue Range, Charleston, SC 1865

The Civil War Anniversary featuring restored Civil War photos from Charleston, South Carolina in

Three Union soldiers, on the morning of September 13, 1862, spotted a paper package lying in the grass. The soldiers were in a clover field two miles south of Frederick, Maryland. When they opened the package, they found three cigars and a two-page letter written by Confederate General Robert E. Lee. The letter detailed the battle strategy for his Maryland campaign. The letters came to be known as the “Union discovery of Special Orders No. 191”.  Wow, talk about hitting the jackpot. These…

- Mathew B Brady Collection of Civil War Photographs, Publication Number: Publication Title: Mathew B Brady Collection of Civil War Photographs, Con. View pictures of this historical document and explore other historical document pictures.

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“New York’s Bravest” by Don Troiani. Members of the New York State Militia and the New York (“Fire Zouaves”) recapturing the colors at Bull Run, July

This photo, from the collection of the Union Veterans of the Civil War, shows Alice Carey Risley, 89, the last surviving Civil War battlefield nurse, receiving a kiss from a veteran. 1936

Pennsylvania Civil War 150 FB page: This photo, from the collection of the Union Veterans of the Civil War, shows Alice Carey Risley, the last surviving Civil War battlefield nurse, receiving a kiss from a veteran.

Confederate and Union veterans pass the time with a drum-and-fife corps. Gettysburg 1913

Civil war veterans at Gettysburg anniversary in 1913 – in pictures

Civil War Drum and Fife Gettysburg Reunion G. Veterans of the G. and of the Confederacy at the Encampment.

Civil War-Federal encampment on the Pamunkey River in Virginia (colorized).

Civil War-Federal encampment on the Pamunkey River in Virginia (colorized).

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Engineers of the N. State Militia, 1861 -- website with LOADS of photos and facts from Civil War Era, GREAT resource

Confederate ironclad, CSS Albemarle before her big battle to clear the Roanoke River in North Carolina in 1864. She was ultimately sunk by a union picket boat in a daring night attack in Oct 1864.

CSS Albemarle, twin-screw steamer, ironclad, sunk: October CSS Albemarle was a steam-powered ironclad ram of the Confederate Navy (and later the second Albemarle of the United States Navy), named for a town and a sound in North Carolina.

"Eye to Eye on the Hagerstown Turnpike" (Keith Rocco)

"Eye to Eye" by Keith Rocco. Starke's Louisiana Brigade battles the Iron Brigade across the Hagerstown Pike, Antietam, Sept.

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The battle of Antietam raged as units of Brigadier General John Gibbon's western Iron Brigade, made up of Wisconsin and Indiana Regiments advanced.

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