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Camp Wool - Hawkin's Zouaves - New York Volunteers, by Frank Leslie

Camp Wool - Hawkin's Zouaves - New York Volunteers, by Frank Leslie

Union; 69th Pennsylvania Irish Volunteer Infantry, Backer Zouaves Companies I & K, 1861-1862 by Don Troiani

Don Troiani - Pennsylvania Irish Volunteer Infantry, Backer Zouaves Companies I & K,

Washington, D.C. Patients in Ward K of Armory Square Hospital. It was created in 1865

Patients in Ward K of Armory Square Hospital - Washington DC August 1865

An antebellum image of New Orleans; General Scott's plan would crush the Southern export/import economy and divide the Confederacy.

New Orleans the largest cotton exporting port for New England and Great Britain textile mills, shipping Mississippi River Valley goods from North, South and Border states.

Gunboat Cincinnati, circa 1862-1865 Department of the Navy, Navy Historical Center, Washington, D.C. via Ron Coddington's Faces of War blog.

USS Cincinnati - The City-class ironclad USS Cincinnati was a stern-wheel casemate gunboat in the United States Navy during the American Civil War. She was named for Cincinnati, Ohio, and was the first ship to bear that name in the United States Navy.

General Scott Quote #1861words

General Scott Quote #1861words

New York Volunteer Infantry 1863 by artist Don Troiani. This was a German unit

American Civil War Pictures

Camp of Hawkins Zouaves. Newport News. Date Created/Published: 1861 May-September.

USS Essex  A March, 1863 photo of the USS Essex. The 1000-ton ironclad river gunboat, originally a steam-powered ferry, was acquired during the American Civil War by the US Army in 1861 for the Western Gunboat Flotilla

USS Essex A March, 1863 photo of the USS Essex. The ironclad river gunboat, originally a steam-powered ferry, was acquired during the American Civil War by the US Army in 1861 for the Western Gunboat Flotilla

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“The Slavery Question In This Camp”

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Period uniform patterns - Armchair General and HistoryNet >> The Best Forums in History French Gillet again around 1812 from the Bardin regulations I think, a kind of stable jacket used by both cavalry and infantry in variying colours,

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An African-American Army cook at work in City Point, Va., sometime between 1860 and Food played a critical role in determining the outcome of the Civil War.

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