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Tent life of the Penn. Infantry during the Civil War - Near Fort Slocum, Washington, DC - 1861 ×

Interior arches of Civil War-era Ft. Pulaski, near Savannah, Georgia. (photo by Jim Crotty)

Interior arches of Civil War-era Fort Pulaski, near Savannah, Georgia, United States, photograph by Jim Crotty.

Private Francis Brownell, recieved the first Medal of Honor awarded during the American Civil War

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Private Francis Brownell, recieved the first Medal of Honor awarded during the American Civil War, for killing the man who killed his Colonel, Elmer E.

Women Soldiers of the American Civil War

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On my visit to Antietam, the monuments seemed to much to glorify war and not enough to depict the horror that happened on that battlefield. http://2roadsdiverged.com/?p=114

Mathew B Brady, Guerra Civil americana was one of the most celebrated century American photographers, best known for his portraits of celebrities and his documentation of the American Civil War. He is credited with being the father of photojournalism.

I bet there was someone waiting at home for him! ;)

Soldier from the American Civil War He sits casually, with his elbow resting on the surface beside him. His face and hands look relaxed; he seems to have a friendly demeanor.

Historic Mathew Brady Studio Camera, circa Early 1860s. Quite possibly the wet plate camera he used to take his iconic photos of Abraham Lincoln!  The Brady provenance is iron-clad; it is accompanied by photocopies of original Bankruptcy Court records signed by Brady dating from April 1873 (Brady had filed for bankruptcy), listing this lens with its serial number in an inventory of Brady possessions.

Historic Mathew Brady Studio Camera, circa Early Quite possibly the wet plate camera he used to - Available at 2011 Nov 30 - Dec 1 Americana &.

I just love these pictures. Makes me wonder about what life was like, their thoughts, dreams.

Two more beautiful young ladies who have been dubbed "postmortem" by some Pinner who has done no research. This is a charming photo and both subjects were alive.

*CONFEDERATE PVT. SIMEON J. CREWS ~ of Company F, 7th Texas Cavalry Regiment, poses with his cut down saber and a revolver. After the news of Gen. Robert E. Lee’s surrender, his unit disbanded on May 27, 1865, at Wild Cat Bluff in Texas. Rebels disgruntled by losing the war are believed to have joined John Rapp and notorious gunman Ben Thompson in raiding the treasury in Austin that June. – Courtesy Library of Congress –

Crews of Company F, Texas Cavalry Regiment, poses with his cut down saber and a revolver. Lee’s surrender, his unit disbanded on May at Wild Cat Bluff in Texas.

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