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CS Army of Tennessee battle flag | War of Secession ( Civil War ...

CS Army of Tennessee battle flag---The boys rallied to this many, many times.

A young James A. Garfield, 20th President of the United States.

(Civil War Major General) James A. Garfield, President of the United States. Photographic reproduction of a portrait of future President James A. Garfield at the time of his marriage in

Part 1: This Confederate battle flag is associated with the death of Lt. Gen. Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson. The flag was carried by the 18th Regiment North Carolina Troops, which was responsible for the accidental shooting of the Confederate general at Chancellorsville, Va., on May 2, 1863. That fateful May 2 evening, the 18th North Carolina was in a line of battle ready to attack retreating Union troops. Jackson and his staff rode out in front of the Confederate line on reconnaissance.

Confederate Flag carried by the Regiment North Carolina Troops ~ NC Museum of History in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Civil War Confederate 2 1 2 inch Cannonball Artillery Shell Selma Al

civil War Confederate 2 1/2 Inch Cannonball Artillery Shell, Selma, AL

American Civil War Artifacts - Civil War Confederate 2 1 2 inch Cannonball Artillery Shell Selma Al

Corydon Leonard Bowdish (1845-1864) Union, enlisted Feb 1864 at age 18, Company B, 7th Infantry Regiment Michigan, died from wounds at Fredericksburg, VA

American Civil War Portraits - Corydon Leonard Bowdish Union, enlisted Feb 1864 at age Company B, Infantry Regiment Michigan, died from wounds at Fredericksburg, VA

1863-07-01 Battle of Gettysburg

Maps of Gettysburg, PA - Pickett's Charge, July 1863 - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

Col. William A. Forbes, VMI class of 1842 (first class admitted to VMI).  Colonel, 14th Tennessee Infantry, CSA.  Killed at 2nd Battle of Manassas in 1862

Confederate Colonel William A. Forbes, Virginia Military Institute class of 1842 (first class admitted to VMI), Tennessee Infantry. He was killed at the Battle of Manassas, VA, in

General William Dorsey Pender   Battle of Chancellorsville  A rising star among the Confederate army, the loss of Pender at Gettysburg would later be mourned by Lee, by whom he was considered one of his "best men."

1834 was born General William Dorsey Pender. He would die on July 1863 after having been wounded on July 2 at Gettysburg while leading his Division forward.

23rd Virginia Infantry, CSA, Command Staff  Maj. Gen. William Booth Taliaferro (seated)  Col. George W. Curtis (goatee, brother of W. B. Curtis)  Col. Alexander G Taliaferro (full beard, nephew to the general)

George W. Curtis (goatee, brother of W. Alexander G Taliaferro (full beard, nephew to the general)

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