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[Unidentified soldier in Union corporal's uniform holding Colt revolver to chest] (LOC) by The Library of Congress, via Flickr

[Unidentified soldier in Union corporal's uniform holding Colt revolver to chest] (LOC) by The Library of Congress, via Flickr

Confederate Soldiers came from ALL walks of life.  We owe it to them to carry on the cause for which they fought, and often died.

Confederate Soldiers came from ALL walks of life. We owe it to them to carry on the cause for which they fought, and often died.

A Civil War photo of two soldiers in Union uniforms. Credit: Library of Congress. Read more on the GenealogyBank blog: “Civil War Genealogy: How to Find Union Soldier Uniform Clues.” http://blog.genealogybank.com/civil-war-genealogy-how-to-find-union-soldier-uniform-clues.html

A Civil War photo of two soldiers in Union uniforms. Credit: Library of Congress. Read more on the GenealogyBank blog: “Civil War Genealogy: How to Find Union Soldier Uniform Clues.” http://blog.genealogybank.com/civil-war-genealogy-how-to-find-union-soldier-uniform-clues.html

A Civil War soldier poses for a photograph, in this image contributed to the Library of Congress by Tom Liljenquist and his family.

Photo Mystery Solved, Then Doubted, Then Deciphered, Thanks To Readers

A Civil War soldier poses for a photograph, in this image contributed to the Library of Congress by Tom Liljenquist and his family.

Lincoln & Kennedy...Junior year my history teacher read these facts to my class. I was completely intrigued.

Lincoln & Kennedy...Junior year my history teacher read these facts to my class. I was completely intrigued.

Armed unknown Confederate soldier

Details about Antique Glass Plate Ambrotype Photograph Civil War Confederate Soldier w/ Case

An unidentified soldier left this ambrotype of himself with Mrs. L.M.C. 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

Could one of these girls be your great-grandmother? Museum tries to solve mystery of children in photos found on Civil War battlefields

An unidentified soldier left this ambrotype of himself with Mrs. L.M.C. 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

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