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Dead Confederate soldier in trenches of Fort Mahone.

*CIVIL WAR ~ Confederate boy, age 14, lies dead outside bomb proof in trenches of Fort Mahone. Date Created/Published: New York : published by E. & H.T. Anthony Co., 1865 Apr. 12.

*CIVIL WAR ~ Confederate boy, age lies dead outside bomb proof in trenches of Fort Mahone. Date Created/Published: New York : published by E. Anthony Co.

The small town of Sharpsburg, Maryland lies in the narrow strip of the state between Virginia and Pennsylvania.  Just east of the town winds a small stream known as Antietam Creek bordered by farms. This patch of farmland would forever change when the Confederate and Union Armies clashed one September day in 1862. The Battle of Antietam became known as the bloodiest day of the Civil War with over twenty three thousand men dead or wounded in a single day and many those souls, still linger.

The small town of Sharpsburg, Maryland lies in the narrow strip of the state…

Dead Confederate soldiers in the Devil's Den at Gettysburg

Ghosts Of The American Civil War

Dead Confederate soldiers in the Devil's Den at Gettysburg

a period photo of 1861 soldiers with ill-fitting clothes and bloused trousers although many today say soldiers didn't tuck pants into socks... or use certain tents in the field or carry certain items on the march.  Civil War photos are primary documents that can tell us about the past!

a period photo of 1861 soldiers with ill-fitting clothes and bloused trousers although many today say soldiers didn't tuck pants into socks... or use certain tents in the field or carry certain items on the march. Civil War photos are primary documents that can tell us about the past!

A dead Confederate soldier in the Slaughter Pen in Gettysburg.

A dead Confederate soldier in the Slaughter Pen in Gettysburg.

April 1865. Petersburg, Virginia. "Dead Federal soldier."

dead Confederate at Fort Mahone, by Thomas C.

Dead Ready for Burial, at Fredericksburg, Virginia.   Taken circa 1863  Fredericksburg, Virginia, US

Dead Ready for Burial, at Fredericksburg, Virginia. Taken circa 1863 Fredericksburg, Virginia, US

An interesting thing about this particular photograph is that only a small number of the men have their weapons near. The others must have stacked their rifles somewhere outside of the image's scope. The forward soldier has his rifle by his right side and appears to be wearing a sky blue greatcoat cape with a navy frock coat. His haversack, canteen, and tin cup rest on his left side. The soldier resting behind seems to be supported by his knapsack and has his arms folded across a full…

An interesting thing about this particular photograph is that only a small number of the men have their weapons near. The others must have stacked their rifles somewhere outside of the image's scope. The forward soldier has his rifle by his right side and appears to be wearing a sky blue greatcoat cape with a navy frock coat. His haversack, canteen, and tin cup rest on his left side. The soldier resting behind seems to be supported by his knapsack and has his arms folded across a full…

City Point, Virginia (vicinity). Park of army wagon wheels

Park of Army wagon wheels at City Point, Virginia

Dinner Party Outside Tent at the Army of the Potomac Headquarters - Brandy Station, VA, April 1865

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1850 60s Ruby Glass Ambrotype Image of A Civil War or Earlier U s Soldier | eBay

1850 Ruby Glass Ambrotype Image of A Civil War or Earlier U s Soldier

General John. F. Reynolds

General John. F. Reynolds

Soldiers Marching into Battle. Civil War.

Marching into battle, Pennsylvania Infantry, Headquarters, Army of…

On the morning of May 4, 1861, a company of Arkansas State Troops known as the Hempstead Rifles prepared to leave for the Civil War. Standing in front of the Jones Hotel in Washington, Arkansas

On the morning of May a company of Arkansas State Troops known as the Hempstead Rifles prepared to leave for the Civil War. Standing in front of the Jones Hotel in Washington, Arkansas - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

Garry Adelman's Civil War Page. You rarely see this version of the photo of General Meade and his staff in 1864. In the more commonly seen version, he is hatless. A great shot in any event that gives a good idea of how many staff officers a commander could have!

General Meade and his staff 1864