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civil war era  1860's. I love this one....women always yearning to do their part...

A woman posing with her husband's kepi, coat and sword, Victorian Civil War woman

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Headstone with two children - Lizzie Adams and Minnie Warner - Sweet Fanny Adams

civil war ladies' uniform | ... pistol on her hip and a uniform she made herself. Larger photo

Mary Tepe, Vivandiere with PA Vols and then with Collis Zouave, Kearny Cross Medal, wounded during war.

1861-65 "The photographic history of the Civil War" : thousands of scenes photographed 1861-65, with text by many special authorities" (1911)   Authors: Miller, Francis Trevelyan, 1877-1959 Lanier, Robert S. (Robert Sampson), 1880-

"The photographic history of the Civil War" : thousands of scenes photographed with text by many special authorities" Authors: Miller, Francis Trevelyan, Lanier, Robert S. (Robert Sampson), - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

Children with curled hair by Ron Coddington, civil war era fashion

Civil War era children with curled hair. The little girl has wonderful trim on her dress. Her striped stockings are wonderful, also.

CDV of two Civil War era ladies (note how the style of the seated  woman's outfit is influenced by military uniforms) taken by Saylor's  New Photograph Gallery of Reading, Pennsylvania

CDV of two Civil War era ladies (note how the style of the seated woman's outfit is influenced by military uniforms) taken by Saylor's New Photograph Gallery of Reading, Pennsylvania

Myth of the Standing Postmortem Photo | More Misidentified Images

this photo from the civil War U. Looks like a soldier who didn't return alive. He shows no response to his daughter's holding his hand, either.B/W Photo Colourised Pearse.

Dorothy Newell, an outgoing young woman with a sense of humor, promotes women's enfranchisement by wearing the words "Votes for Women" emblazoned on her back. Suffragists tirelessly publicized their cause in more conventional print forms, churning out banners, flyers, posters, articles, and newspapers © Underwood & Underwood/Underwood & Underwood/Corbis.

Dorothy Newell, an outgoing young woman with a sense of humor, promotes women's enfranchisement by wearing the words "Votes for Women" emblazoned on her

This unidentified French woman has such a sweet smile and welcoming face. I cannot help but wonder what kind of person she was and what made her cheerful enough that day to smile for the camera (when doing so was by no means obligatory).

This unidentified French woman has such a sweet smile and welcoming face. I cannot help but wonder what kind of person she was and what made her cheerful enough that day to smile for the camera.

observationballoons:  “Women pilots in flying suits  ”

The women workers of WWI are the definition of empowerment - Women pilots in flying suits.

Fanny and Stella, the pioneer transvestites who fought Victorian anti-gay laws

Fanny and Stella, the pioneer transvestites who fought Victorian anti-gay laws

Notorious transvestites who scandalized London in Fanny & Stella. The two men spent 4 months in jail awaiting trial. Despite the fact that their apartment had been under surveillance for a year, the prosecution case was weak and the men were acquitted.

Kady Brownell (1842 – January 14, 1915) was a vivandière who helped the Union army during the American Civil War. She went with her husband when he joined a Rhode Island regiment. Kady trained with the soldiers. She fought in battle and helped the injured. At the First Battle of Bull Run, she held the flag high even as Confederate bullets were flying

Kady Brownell "The Daughter of the Regiment", Color Bearer Rhode Island Infantry, during the American Civil War, circa 1865

Antonia Ford, Confederate Spy

Women Spies of the Civil War

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