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Tintype of Civil War Soldier.

Tintype of Civil War Soldier.

Civil War Trust put together an interesting and fairly well-done infographic that they are making available to post on websites. I thought I would share it here for your use. Brought to you by The …

Infographic on the battles of the Civil War

Civil War Trust put together an interesting and fairly well-done infographic that they are making available to post on websites. Brought to you by The Civil War Trust

Battlefields of the Civil War Map & Timeline http://storymaps.esri.com/stories/civilwar/

The Civil War was a war fought against the Union and the Confederacy. The Union was made up of the Northern States, while the Confederacy was made up of the Southern States.

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Civil War Battlefields, Saving the Landscape of America's Deadliest War - U. Civil War battlefields see new conflict.

Captain Samuel J. Richardson, commander of Company F, 2nd Texas Cavalry (2nd Mounted Rifles) wearing leopard skin pants during the American Civil War.

Captain Samuel J. Richardson, commander of Company F, Texas Cavalry Mounted Rifles) wearing leopard skin pants during the American Civil War. Original hipster of the leopard print trend

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This "essay" revolves around the Civil War; seems only fitting to give a brief overview of it. Civil War Facts Infographic from the National Park Service

1861-1865, Nashville, Tennessee, Confederate States of America --- Two wounded Federal soldiers are cared for by Anne Bell, a nurse during the American Civil War

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Nurse Anne Bell, ca. Nashville, Tennessee, Confederate States of America. 2 wounded Federal soldiers are cared for by Anne Bell, a nurse during the American Civil War.

Lee is wearing the sword in this famous picture. Lee naturally remained in possession of his sword after the surrender at Appomattox in accordance with General Grant’s generous terms which allowed Confederate officers to retain their sidearms. The Lee family loaned the sword to the Museum of the Confederacy in 1918, and permanently bequeathed it in 1982. It will be moved to a new Appomattox Museum in the future.

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Robert E. Lee was an American career military officer who is best known for having commanded the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia in the American Civil War

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