"Shadows of 64" by John Paul Strain Military L/E Civil War Print | eBay
The enemy was on the move. Lee covered him with a blanket, tied the tent flap shut and let him sleep. Incidents of this type were well known in the Army of Northern Virginia and many a voice would be heard saying "God-bless-him" as the great General would pass.
Confederate Winter Quarters Historical Marker
Brigadier General Samuel McGowanâ€™s South Carolina Brigade spent the winter of 1864-1865 very close to the fortifications they defended. (A historical marker located in Petersburg in Dinwiddie County, Virginia.)
Clinch Rifles | Period Photos & Examinations
The Clinch Rifles were organized as a militia company on March 22, 1851, from the Clinch Engine Company No. 2.The company was named for General Duncan L...
Confederate Standard Bearer ACW | planetFigure | Miniatures
Hi all! It's been some time since my last post, I haven't been very productive latety I guess... Here's my latest finished piece: The beatiful Confederate...