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Albert Sidney Johnston – Wikipedia

Albert Sidney Johnston – Wikipedia

Pierre Gustave Toutant de Beauregard

Pierre Gustave Toutant de Beauregard

Confederate General Albert Sidney Johnston, killed at Shiloh

Confederate General Albert Sidney Johnston, killed at Shiloh

CDV of Confederate General Roger Hanson. The is a very nice view with nice sharp corners and very little soiling. Hanson commanded the famed " Orphan Brigade " He was struck by a fuse from a artillery shell at the Battle of Murfreesboro just above the knee from which he bled to death from dieing two days later. Very nice CDV. Backmarked 'The Monumental Photograph Company' of Baltimore, Maryland.

CDV of Confederate General Roger Hanson. The is a very nice view with nice sharp corners and very little soiling. Hanson commanded the famed " Orphan Brigade " He was struck by a fuse from a artillery shell at the Battle of Murfreesboro just above the knee from which he bled to death from dieing two days later. Very nice CDV. Backmarked 'The Monumental Photograph Company' of Baltimore, Maryland.

Portrait of Confederate Lieutenant General Edmund Kirby Smith.

Portrait of Confederate Lieutenant General Edmund Kirby Smith.

John Lewis Dunn, fought with the Kentucky Orphan Brigade. Mortally wounded at Chickamauga.

John Lewis Dunn, fought with the Kentucky Orphan Brigade. Mortally wounded at Chickamauga.

Confederate General Albert Sidney Johnston

Confederate General Albert Sidney Johnston

General Albert Sidney Johnston killed at Shiloh, buried in the Texas State Cemetery in Austin.

General Albert Sidney Johnston killed at Shiloh, buried in the Texas State Cemetery in Austin.

då.nu -Tidslinje över världens historia

då.nu -Tidslinje över världens historia

July 11, 1864 General Jubal Early of the U.S. Confederate forces began an invasion of Washington, D.C. The very next day they were forced to turn back while U.S. President Abraham Lincoln watched from the Union forces battles lines.

July 11, 1864 General Jubal Early of the U.S. Confederate forces began an invasion of Washington, D.C. The very next day they were forced to turn back while U.S. President Abraham Lincoln watched from the Union forces battles lines.

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