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RARE 6th plt Ambrotype Civil War Confederate Battle Shirt 17th Texas | eBay
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Ambrotype of Unknown Confederate

RARE 6th plt Ambrotype Civil War Confederate Battle Shirt 17th Texas | eBay

RARE 6th plt Ambrotype Civil War Confederate Battle Shirt 17th Texas | eBay

RARE 6th plt Ambrotype Civil War Confederate Battle Shirt 17th Texas?

Confederate with Battle Shirt, Texas

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How the last American Civil War veterans lived, loved and died
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Cpt. Toliver F. Lindsey, "Crystal Springs Guards", Company F, 6th Mississippi Infantry
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Cpt. Toliver F. Lindsey, "Crystal Springs Guards", Company F, 6th Mississippi Infantry
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Union Major General and Medal of Honor winner William Joyce Sewell died December 27th 1901. William Joyce Sewell was born December 6th 18...
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Union Major General and Medal of Honor winner William Joyce Sewell died December 27th 1901. William Joyce Sewell was born December 6th 18...
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George M. Todd (unknown – October 21, 1864) was a Confederate guerrilla leader during the American Civil War who served under William C. Quantrill. A participant in numerous raids, including the Lawrence Massacre in 1863, he was ultimately killed at the Second Battle of Independence in 1864.
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Cabinet Card of Captain George Todd, Quantrill Raider

George M. Todd (unknown – October 21, 1864) was a Confederate guerrilla leader during the American Civil War who served under William C. Quantrill. A participant in numerous raids, including the Lawrence Massacre in 1863, he was ultimately killed at the Second Battle of Independence in 1864.

George M. Todd (unknown – October 21, 1864) was a Confederate guerrilla leader during the American Civil War who served under William C. Quantrill. A participant in numerous raids, including the Lawrence Massacre in 1863, he was ultimately killed at the Second Battle of Independence in 1864.
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Isaac Scott, bugler, 7th West Virginia Cavalry. This unit was initially designated the 8th West Virginia Infantry, which may account for the hunting horn infantry insignia on his hat. Source.
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Isaac Scott, bugler, 7th West Virginia Cavalry. This unit was initially designated the 8th West Virginia Infantry, which may account for the hunting horn infantry insignia on his hat. Source.

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John Harrison Simpson. Enlisted in Co I, 3rd Tennessee Cavalry (Union) in 1863 at age 15. Wounded and captured by Confederates under Nathan Bedford Forrest in 1864 and sent to Cahaba prison. Survived...

John Harrison Simpson. Enlisted in Co I, 3rd Tennessee Cavalry (Union) in 1863 at age 15. Wounded and captured by Confederates under Nathan Bedford Forrest in 1864 and sent to Cahaba prison. Survived...

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Victorian fashion lace shawl original antique old cdv photo ht

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True Colors Robert Webster

Why Was Robert Webster, a Slave, Wearing What Looks Like a Confederate Uniform?

True Colors Robert Webster

Unidentified soldier from a Charleston militia unit in kepi with letter "M" and unidentified woman, ca. 1862 | In the Swan's Shadow

Unidentified soldier from a Charleston militia unit in kepi with letter “M” and unidentified woman painted backdrop showing trees and a landscape The crinoline, also called a hoop skirt or.

Amazing Civil War Facts

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Maximilian Cabanas, Ambrotype of a boy from Texas who enlisted in the Confederate Army and died in a northern prison camp at age (I guess we never learn that war kills our children) v

Wiley Simeon Boon, who served in the 35th North Carolina Infantry. His eyes tell me ALL that I need to know. Wow.

Wiley Simeon Boon, who served in the North Carolina Infantry, was killed at Malvern Hill, near Richmond, on July (Photo courtesy of Brian Farrell)

Victorian Carte De Visite CDV: Unknown Older Lady: Big Dress: Holding Book | eBay

Victorian Carte De Visite CDV: Unknown Older Lady: Big Dress: Holding Book

Victorian Carte De Visite CDV: Unknown Older Lady: Big Dress: Holding Book | eBay

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thecivilwarparlor: “Religion In The Time Of The Civil War-Baptism Of Blood Confederate Soldier With Colt Pistol, Knife, And BibleOne Baptist minister, preaching in Philadelphia in claimed that the defeat of the rebellion would bring a time that.

Young Confederate Soldier wearing Battle Shirt and proudly displaying Bowie Knife. *s*

Young Confederate Soldier wearing Battle Shirt and proudly displaying Bowie Knife. (Jim Bowie, my great-great uncle did carry a knife such as this, but his brother actually came up with the design and made them. Also referred to as Arkansas toothpicks.

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