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Sgt. James Riley Nichols and Pvt. Thomas Young Nichols, Company D, 13th Kentucky Infantry US

James Riley Nichols and Pvt. Thomas Young Nichols, Company D, Kentucky Infantry US. Both men were wounded at Shiloh. Thomas was wounded so severely that he was given a medical discharge due to his wounds on 23 June

Pvt. Allen Worthington, Company E, 71st Ohio Infantry - Federals killed, wounded, or captured at Shiloh - Gallery - Shiloh Discussion Group

Allen Worthington, Company E, Ohio Infantry - Federals killed, wounded, or captured at Shiloh - Gallery - Shiloh Discussion Group

Pvt. Henry J. Walker, Company B, 24th Tennessee Infantry - Confederates killed and wounded at Shiloh - Gallery - Shiloh Discussion Group

Walker, Company B, Tennessee Infantry - Confederates killed and wounded at Shiloh - Gallery - Shiloh Discussion Group

Pvt. William D. Rogers, Company K, 1st Florida Infantry - Confederates killed and wounded at Shiloh - Gallery - Shiloh Discussion Group

William D. Rogers, Company K, Florida Infantry - Confederates killed and wounded at Shiloh - Gallery - Shiloh Discussion Group

Pvt. William H. Landis And Pvt. J. A. Landis, Company F, 23rd Tennessee.

Landis And Pvt. Landis, Company F, Tennessee Infantry - Confederates killed and wounded at Shiloh - Gallery - Shiloh Discussion Group

1861 Virginian

Early photographic images of the soldiers who fought during the Civil War

Battle for Columbia in Columbia, SC. Civil War Reenactments and more.

Pipe smokin' Yankee with mud stained pants the result of a long slog down muddy roads.

(c. 1861-1865) Soldier in Militia Virginia Infantry Regiment uniform with Virginia hat and sword.

[Unidentified soldier in Militia Virginia Infantry Regiment uniform with Virginia hat and sword] (LOC)

Hollis Wilson of Woodford County, Illinois Enlisted in Company E, 108th Illinois Infantry on August 9, 1862; he was mustered into service on August 28, for three years. The regiment helped capture Fort Hindman (Arkansas Post) in January 1863, then participated in the Vicksburg campaign and the battles of Brice’s Cross Roads, Spanish Fort, and Fort Blakely. The regiment mustered out of service on August 5, 1865, at Vicksburg, Mississippi. Wilson died on November 5, 1917, in Goddard, Kansas…

Hollis Wilson of Woodford County, Illinois Enlisted in Company E, Illinois Infantry on August he was mustered into service on August for three years. The regiment helped capture.

In 1861 Colonel Andrew J. Kellar started the war as Captain of Company D, 4th Tennessee Infantry. He was promoted to Lt. Colonel after the battle of Shiloh.

In 1861 Colonel Andrew J. Kellar started the war as Captain of Company D, Tennessee Infantry. He was promoted to Lt. Colonel after the battle of Shiloh.

Sgt. Samuel Daimwood, Company G, "Duck River Rifles" 24th Tennessee Infantry.

Samuel Daimwood, Company G, "Duck River Rifles" Tennessee Infantry. - Confederates killed and wounded at Shiloh - Gallery - Shiloh Discussion Group

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Sergeant Wilbur F. Stevenson, Company D, 10th Indiana Infantry. Wilbur stated he "stopped a bullet with his knee," during the battle of Chickamauga, September 19, 1863. He would spend the rest of the war recovering and doing hospital duty at Madison, Indiana. (Glad he didn't stop that bullet with his face!!)

Sergeant Wilbur F. Stevenson, Company D, Indiana Infantry. Wilbur stated he…

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