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This photo, from the collection of the Union Veterans of the Civil War, shows Alice Carey Risley, 89, the last surviving Civil War battlefield nurse, receiving a kiss from a veteran. 1936

This photo, from the collection of the Union Veterans of the Civil War, shows Alice Carey Risley, 89, the last surviving Civil War battlefield nurse, receiving a kiss from a veteran. 1936

Gen. Edward O.C. Ord, wife and child at the residence of Jefferson Davis. In the doorway is the table on which the surrender of General Robert E. Lee was signed. Photo taken in 1865.

Gen. Edward O.C. Ord, wife and child at the residence of Jefferson Davis. In the doorway is the table on which the surrender of General Robert E. Lee was signed. Photo taken in 1865.

Frances Clalin Clayton, woman who disguised herself as a man, “Jack Williams,” to fight in the Civil War, wearing uniform.

Frances Clalin Clayton, woman who disguised herself as a man, “Jack Williams,” to fight in the Civil War, wearing uniform.

ca. 1860’s, [carte de visite portrait of three young Federal soldier amputees all using hospital issue crutches. The boy at left wears a round metal identification disk pinned to his blouse], W. Snell

ca. 1860’s, [carte de visite portrait of three young Federal soldier amputees all using hospital issue crutches. The boy at left wears a round metal identification disk pinned to his blouse], W. Snell

Carte de visite by Mathew Brady of New York, N.Y. Charles Armory Clark (right) served as a captain in the Sixth Maine Infantry, and received the Medal of Honor for his conduct at Brooks Ford, Va., on May 4, 1863. James William Clark (left) served as the first lieutenant of Company E of the First Maine Heavy Artillery. Whiting Clark (center) served as major of the First Maine Heavy Artillery.

Carte de visite by Mathew Brady of New York, N.Y. Charles Armory Clark (right) served as a captain in the Sixth Maine Infantry, and received the Medal of Honor for his conduct at Brooks Ford, Va., on May 4, 1863. James William Clark (left) served as the first lieutenant of Company E of the First Maine Heavy Artillery. Whiting Clark (center) served as major of the First Maine Heavy Artillery.

Philander Edmonson enlisted as a private in Company L, 6th Missouri Cavalry, on August 2, 1862, at Mellville, Missouri; he was promoted to corporal on October 7, 1863. During Edmonson’s enlistment the 6th Missouri Cavalry fought at Pea Ridge and through the Vicksburg and Red River campaigns.

Philander Edmonson enlisted as a private in Company L, 6th Missouri Cavalry, on August 2, 1862, at Mellville, Missouri; he was promoted to corporal on October 7, 1863. During Edmonson’s enlistment the 6th Missouri Cavalry fought at Pea Ridge and through the Vicksburg and Red River campaigns.

J.B. Shadle  Co C 87 PA  Wounded at Petersburg, April 2, 1865  Gun shot wound, right thumb, amputation.  Hand/arm has erysipelas.  Discharged June 1, 1865.

J.B. Shadle Co C 87 PA Wounded at Petersburg, April 2, 1865 Gun shot wound, right thumb, amputation. Hand/arm has erysipelas. Discharged June 1, 1865.

Thomas Hatfield enlisted as a corporal in Company B, 18th Missouri Infantry, on June 17, 1861, at Laclede, Missouri. He was promoted to second sergeant on August 31, 1861, to first sergeant on May 1, 1862, second lieutenant on July 29, 1864, first lieutenant on April 30, 1865, and to captain on June 16, 1865.

Thomas Hatfield enlisted as a corporal in Company B, 18th Missouri Infantry, on June 17, 1861, at Laclede, Missouri. He was promoted to second sergeant on August 31, 1861, to first sergeant on May 1, 1862, second lieutenant on July 29, 1864, first lieutenant on April 30, 1865, and to captain on June 16, 1865.

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