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Albert Sidney Johnston – Wikipedia

Utah War - Colonel Albert Sidney Johnston led the Utah Expedition to put down a Mormon rebellion against the Union

The Honeymoon Ball of Gen. John Hunt Morgan: Civil War Group Show at Falcon Rest

The Honeymoon Ball of Gen. John Hunt Morgan: Civil War Group Show at Falcon Rest

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…

Confederate- General Albert Sydney Johnston

Confederate- General Albert Sydney Johnston

he submarine, which fought for the confederacy in the US civil war, was sunk near North Charleston, South Carolina, in 1864 by its own torpedo, killing all eight men on board

Human remains are found inside H.L. Hunley

Hunley Civil War submarine unveiled for first time, 12 January Charleston, SC. The Confederacy lost 21 crewmen in three sinkings of the Hunley during her short career. It was the first submarine to sink another ship.

Oil on canvas of the Confederate General P. G. T. Beauregard (Pierre Gustave Toutant, 1818-1893, ). A note with the painting states the portrait was painted in Paris and presented to Mrs. J. E. Lutz (Adelia (Armstrong) Lutz) by Mrs. Horace Maynard (Laura Ann Washburn). Unframed. 21" W x 25 1/2" H. Provenance and History: Private collection of an Armstrong descendant.

Oil on canvas of the Confederate General P. G. T. Beauregard (Pierre Gustave Toutant, 1818-1893, ). A note with the painting states the portrait was painted in Paris and presented to Mrs. J. E. Lutz (Adelia (Armstrong) Lutz) by Mrs. Horace Maynard (Laura Ann Washburn). Unframed. 21" W x 25 1/2" H. Provenance and History: Private collection of an Armstrong descendant.

Lt. General Edmund Kirby-Smith

CSA General Edmund Kirby Smith (May 1824 – March was a career United States Army officer and educator.

A special moment at the 50th anniversary of Gettysburg, 1913. Here is one of…

The Last of the Civil War Veterans Photos) - Old Photo Archive - Vintage Photos and Historical Photos

There were 4 general ranks in the Army of the Confederate States of America, (ACSA).  They were brigadier *, major **, lieutenant *** and general of the army, or just general****.  The term full general has been adopted by many to designate the highest rank.  The only people who out ranked a full general were those with an earlier date of rank, the commander of the ACSA, and of course the president of the Confederacy.   Those on the list above are the only full generals in the ACSA.

There were 4 general ranks in the Army of the Confederate States of America, (ACSA). They were brigadier *, major **, lieutenant *** and general of the army, or just general****. The term full general has been adopted by many to designate the highest rank. The only people who out ranked a full general were those with an earlier date of rank, the commander of the ACSA, and of course the president of the Confederacy. Those on the list above are the only full generals in the ACSA.

Civil War Print Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest. $30.00, via Etsy.

Contemporary oil - watercolor paintings and prints by Memphis Artist, Lafayette Ragsdale

Isabella Marie Boyd (May 9, 1844[2] – June 11, 1900), best known as Belle Boyd considering her middle name; or Cleopatra of the Secession, was a Confederate spy in the American Civil War. She operated from her aunt's hotel in Virginia,and provided valuable information to Confederate general Stonewall Jackson in 1862.

Isabella Marie Boyd - best known as Belle Boyd or "Cleopatra of the Secession", was a Confederate spy in the American Civil War. She operated from her aunt's hotel in Virginia,and provided valuable information to Confederate General Stonewall Jackson in

Photos of children who fought the American Civil War | Daily Mail Online

The eight-year-old children who fought the American Civil War

Library of Congress image: Unidentified young soldier in Confederate infantry uniform, possibly drummer boy, donated to the Library of Congress 2012 by Tom Liljenquist; Liljenquist Family Collection of Civil War Photographs.

corinth civil war | Corinth Mississippi in Civil War

Corinth Mississippi in Civil War

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

A former slave, Jackson, became a army drummer in the Union army.  This breaks my heart.  so young

This is an African American drummer boy in the Union army. I would mention how the youngest drummer boy ever was just seven years old, and how young boys would frequently run away to enlist as drummer boys.

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