"1st PA Artillery, Hampton's Battery C & F - Hampton Battery Rock, 2 veterans seated upon it. Shriver house in background. 1889" (GNMP archive, photo #SF-19P-099)

PA Artillery, Hampton's Battery C & F - Hampton Battery Rock, 2 veterans seated upon it. Shriver house in background.

Here for your perusal is a collectible photograph of Broadway Landing, Appomattox River, Virginia. Park of artillery. It was created in 1865.    The photograph illustrates United States weapons in Civil War.

Here for your perusal is a collectible photograph of Broadway Landing, Appomattox River, Virginia. Park of artillery. It was created in The photograph illustrates United States weapons in Civil War.

General Meade's Headquaters Taneytown Road Gettysburg battlefield. Original stereoview from The Gettysburg Museum of History archives circa last quarter of the 19th century. Published by Webster.

Original stereoview from The Gettysburg Museum of History archives circa last quarter of the century. Published by Webster. - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

Ogden's History -Civil War - MEADE AT GETTYSBURG, 1863 - Chromolithograph - 1899

Ogden's History -Civil War - MEADE AT GETTYSBURG, 1863 - Chromolithograph - 1899

From Edward Ellis's HISTORY OF OUR COUNTRY, published in New York by Francis R. Niglutch in Picture by H. This unframed and unmounted engraving is in very good condition. There is usual

James Lawson Kemper - Civil War Confederate Major General, Virginia Governor. At the start of the Civil War, he was a member of the Virginia State Legislature and helped organize Virginia troops for the Confederate forces. Rising through the ranks, he fought at Bull Run, South Mountain, Antietam, Fredericksburg and was promoted Brigadier General in June, 1862. At the Battle of Gettysburg, he was wounded, taken prisoner and prisoner exchanged in early 1864.

James Lawson Kemper - Civil War Confederate Major General, Virginia Governor. At the start of the Civil War, he was a member of the Virginia State Legislature and helped organize Virginia troops for the Confederate forces. Rising through the ranks, he fought at Bull Run, South Mountain, Antietam, Fredericksburg and was promoted Brigadier General in June, 1862. At the Battle of Gettysburg, he was wounded, taken prisoner and prisoner exchanged in early 1864.

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