"Unidentified soldier in Union uniform with forage cap carrying a bone handle knife in breast pocket." Sixth-plate tintype, hand-colored. Liljenquist Family Collection of Civil War Photographs, Library of Congress
Lodwick D. Underwood, Vermont 1862 This is Pvt. Lodwick D. Underwood at the age of 15 circa in his Vermont Uniform that was the identifying characteristic of the famous Vermont Brigade (aka the "Old" Brigade or the Vermont Brigade).
Johnny Clem - He enlisted at the age of served in the Regiment Michigan Infantry as a drummer boy. In he was promoted to Sergeant after shooting a Confederate officer at Chickamauga. He is the still considered to be the youngest non-commis
Flag worn as an article of clothing. Three unidentified soldier buddies in front of painted backdrop showing American flag. (Library of Congress, Liljenquist Family Collection of Civil War Photographs).
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.
An Ambrotype photo of an unidentified soldier, who left this image of himself with Mrs. Lee of Corinth, Mississippi, on the eve of the battle of Shiloh. The soldier never reclaimed his image and was presumed to have been killed in battle.
Confederate Soldier with carbine, possibly a Maynard Carbine. Many soldiers wore their hats as tri-corns invoking the Revolutionary spirit of He didn't own slaves, and fought because his home was invaded by agents of the stage, masquerading as "soldiers.