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Love this picture of a staircase in an abandoned building.  Amazing light! Looks like the stairway to Heaven...

Love this picture of a staircase in an abandoned building. Looks like the stairway to Heaven.

[Isaac Yost of Company C, 118th Regiment Illinois Infantry… | Flickr

[Isaac Yost of Company C, Regiment Illinois Infantry, standing in uniform with bayoneted musket and revolver] (LOC)

[Unidentified soldier of "First Scotch Regiment," 12th Illinois Infantry Regiment, in sack coat and Tam o'Shanter cap in front of painted backdrop showing weapons and American flag at Benton Barracks, Saint Louis, Missouri] (LOC) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

[Unidentified soldier of "First Scotch Regiment," Illinois Infantry Regiment, in sack coat and Tam o'Shanter cap in front of painted backdrop showing weapons and American flag at Benton Barracks, Saint Louis, Missouri] (LOC)

[Portrait of Pvt. Charles H. Halstead, Company A, 52nd Illinois Infantry, U.S.A., and unidentified soldier]

[Portrait of Pvt. Charles H. Halstead, Company A, Illinois Infantry, U., and unidentified soldier]

War Time Stories: An Illinois Soldier’s Civil « LibraryUserGroup.com – The Library of Library User Group

War Time Stories:An Illinois Soldier's Civil War Experiences

129th Illinois soldier recounts the dark days of December 1864, Hood skedaddles.  Read more: http://battleoffranklin.wordpress.com/2011/12/21/129th-illinois-soldier-recounts-the-dark-days-of-december-1864-hood-skedaddles/ Nov. the 28 we was ordered to Nashville to defend the place agains Rebel Gen. Hood. December 1 we got there and dug trenches 2 days and 1 night. Dec. the 4 & 5 considerable skirmishing. The 6 & 7 considerable firing on picket with a little fight.

129th Illinois soldier recounts the dark days of December 1864, Hood skedaddles

129th Illinois soldier recounts the dark days of December 1864, Hood skedaddles. Read more: http://battleoffranklin.wordpress.com/2011/12/21/129th-illinois-soldier-recounts-the-dark-days-of-december-1864-hood-skedaddles/ Nov. the 28 we was ordered to Nashville to defend the place agains Rebel Gen. Hood. December 1 we got there and dug trenches 2 days and 1 night. Dec. the 4 & 5 considerable skirmishing. The 6 & 7 considerable firing on picket with a little fight.

Frederick A Bartleson COL (1833-1864) 20th Illinois Volunteery Regiment, wounded & lost an arm at Shiloh, placed in charge of 100th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment, killed leading a skirmish line at Kenesaw Mountain, Georgia

Frederick A Bartleson COL Illinois Volunteery Regiment, wounded & lost an arm at Shiloh, placed in charge of Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment, killed leading a skirmish line at Kenesaw Mountain, Georgia

ambrotype  of an unidentified member of the 12th Illinois 1st Scottish Regiment. Outstanding in every regard! Our subject sits dressed in a sky blue great coat and cape with a US buckle worn around the waist firmly grasping his Springfield M1861. Unique to the regiment is the Scottish tam which the regiment wore to honor their first colonel John McArthur.

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

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