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From the US Civil War era (1860s)

From the US Civil War era (1860s)

Civil War Photo Print 2 Confederate Soldiers

Civil War Photo Print 2 Confederate Soldiers

Confederate Ambrotype of Captian with North Carolina origins.

Confederate Ambrotype of Captian with North Carolina origins.

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Original-Civil-War-CDV-Image-of-2nd-Regiment-Indiana-Cavalry-Pvt-DAVID-F-MOORE

black soldiers in the Civil War

black soldiers in the Civil War

William T. Anderson, better known as Bloody Bill, was one of the deadliest and most brutal pro-Confederate guerrilla leaders in the American Civil War. Anderson led a band that targeted Union loyalists and Federal soldiers in Missouri and Kansas. Jesse and Frank James rode with him.

William T. Anderson, better known as Bloody Bill, was one of the deadliest and most brutal pro-Confederate guerrilla leaders in the American Civil War. Anderson led a band that targeted Union loyalists and Federal soldiers in Missouri and Kansas. Jesse and Frank James rode with him.

Lieutenant General John Bell Hood (1831-1879) was the second and most famous commander of the Texas Brigade. He was a West Point graduate (Class of 1853) and was a career army officer before the Civil War. He was appointed colonel of the 4th Texas Infantry Regiment on September 30, 1861. He commanded the Texas Brigade from February 20, 1862 until after the Seven Days Battles were completed in July, 1862. This view was taken circa the 1860s.

Lieutenant General John Bell Hood (1831-1879) was the second and most famous commander of the Texas Brigade. He was a West Point graduate (Class of 1853) and was a career army officer before the Civil War. He was appointed colonel of the 4th Texas Infantry Regiment on September 30, 1861. He commanded the Texas Brigade from February 20, 1862 until after the Seven Days Battles were completed in July, 1862. This view was taken circa the 1860s.

Confederate Soldier #Civil #War #History

Confederate Soldier #Civil #War #History

Confederate First Sergeant... Union cavalry surrounded a lone Confederate soldier who had no horse and whose clothes were dirty and tattered. A Union officer said to him that it was obvious that he had no wealth and not the means to own slaves. The officer asked: “Why are you fighting this war?” The Confederate answered: “Because you are here.”

Confederate First Sergeant... Union cavalry surrounded a lone Confederate soldier who had no horse and whose clothes were dirty and tattered. A Union officer said to him that it was obvious that he had no wealth and not the means to own slaves. The officer asked: “Why are you fighting this war?” The Confederate answered: “Because you are here.”

Confederate Soldiers.Perhaps 3rd AL  Civil War

Confederate Soldiers.Perhaps 3rd AL Civil War

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