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My daughter, studying abroad with Kennesaw State this summer in Ireland, snapped a few photos of Brigadier General Thomas Meagher sites in his hometown of Waterford.

4 Civil War Photo Prints Young Confederate Soldiers

4 Civil War Photo Prints Young Confederate Soldiers - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

Milestones: 1861–1865 - Office of the Historian Foreign Policy During the Civil War

Milestones: 1861–1865 - Office of the Historian Foreign Policy During the Civil War

Dunker Church

Civil War Sites Then and Now

Antietam Dunker Church then-now - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

Individual War Scene Photos Have Become Scarce An important Civil War photograph album, assembled for the Comte de Paris, who served on George McClellan’s staff, was donated by the Beth and Stephan Loewentheil Family Photography Collection to Cornell University 265 photographs: over 60 very rare war camp scenes in small format, mainly by Brady and his assistants, including unusual images of military field operations, headquarters and candid officer photos, gun emplacements, ordnance…

Individual War Scene Photos Have Become Scarce An important Civil War photograph album, assembled for the Comte de Paris, who served on George McClellan’s staff, was donated by the Beth and Stephan.

Barbarous General Sherman burned Atlanta to the ground and destroyed vast areas of the Confederacy. His troops were responsible for wide-scale property destruction, rape, murder, arson and theft from the people of Georgia and South Carolina on particular.

Image detail for -First up then is an American Civil War general, Union officer William Tecumsah Sherman. Successful leader of Shermans march to the sea. Then North to assist in the trapping of Lees Army prior to surrender at Appomatox Courthouse.

Tin type of a Civil War widow & Child. The last known Civil War widow, Maudie Celia Hopkins of Arkansas, married 86-year-old William Cantrell on Feb. 2, 1934 when she was 19.  She died in 2008 at age 93.

Tintype of a Civil War widow & Child. The last known Civil War widow, Maudie Celia Hopkins of Arkansas, married William Cantrell on Feb. 1934 when she was She died in 2008 at age

Civil War Artifacts by Henry Leutwyler - LightBox

Bloodstains and Bullet Holes: Rare Civil War Artifacts by Henry Leutwyler

A musket ball lodged in the pages of a bible, which probably saved the life of the soldier who carried it.

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