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Back in October, I posted an image of a Canadian Club ad whose design evoked the early titled Your Mom Wasn’t Your Dad’s First. The ad used photos that had been Photoshopped to have that old “Kodachrome” look and […]

, Cabinet Card Photograph of the Hat Shot From the Head of CorporalDaniel Chisholm, Battle of Wilderness, Virginia....

, Cabinet Card Photograph of the Hat Shot From the Head of CorporalDaniel Chisholm, Battle of Wilderness, Virginia. Very interesting Second Corps Badge. Notice the loops in the border.

This is a Civil War Drummers sling that was picked up shortly after the battle of Gettysburg. It was on display at Lee's Headquarters Museum in Gettysburg for many years. R. Jones collection

This is a Civil War Drummers sling that was picked up shortly after the battle of Gettysburg. It was on display at Lee's Headquarters Museum in Gettysburg for many years.

Starvation, whippings and the dreaded sweat box

Paper Time Machine watermark will NOT appear on your printThis is a digitally remastered map of the notorious Andersonville Civil War Confederate Prison.

Den här den rostade vitlöksskyn med konjak är verkligen en sås ”to die for” – inte minst till en till perfekt stekt bit oxfilé, ryggbiff eller annat nötkött. Vitlöksskyn är dessutom smart på så vis att du kan förbereda den, det vinner bara smakerna på!

Den här den rostade vitlöksskyn med konjak är verkligen en sås ”to die for” – inte minst till en till perfekt stekt bit oxfilé, ryggbiff eller annat nötkött. Vitlöksskyn är dessutom smart på så vis att du kan förbereda den, det vinner bara smakerna på!

A closeup of a photo taken at Abraham Lincoln's second Inauguration (March 4, 1865). Amongst the on-lookers was John Wilkes Booth, the man who would kill Lincoln just over one month later. Each man is circled.

A Look At History! A closeup of a photo taken at Abraham Lincoln's second Inauguration (March Amongst the on-lookers was John Wilkes Booth, the man who would kill Lincoln just over one month later. Each man is circled.

April 12th 1864: Fort Pillow Massacre On this day in 1864, during the American Civil War, Confederate troops massacred over 300 black Union soldiers. Fort Pillow was a Confederate garisson in...

Civil War Horror: Civil War Photo Friday: Black Union soldiers kidnapped for the Neo-Confederate cause - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Effect of a shell on a Confederate Soldier

Here for your reflection is an extraordinary photo of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Effect of a shell on a Confederate. It was made in 1863 by Gardner, Alexander,