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Civil War fighting was so fierce at Bloody Angle (in Spotsylvania VA) a 22 inch oak tree was felled by the gunfire. Chancellorsville Battlefield

Civil War fighting was so fierce at Bloody Angle (in Spotsylvania VA) a 22 inch oak tree was felled by the gunfire. Chancellorsville Battlefield

Blue gray English Kersey Richmond Depot Style

Blue gray English Kersey Richmond Depot Style

Troops marching in Gettysburg Memorial Cemetery to see President Lincoln make history by giving his Gettysburg Address.

Troops marching in Gettysburg Memorial Cemetery to see President Lincoln make history by giving his Gettysburg Address.

A single breasted frock coat that belonged to Captain William N. Ward of Company D, 47th Virginia Volunteer Infantry. He was wounded in the right arm while wearing this coat at the battle of Gaines Mill, and died August 29th, 1862 from the wound in a Richmond Hospital.

A single breasted frock coat that belonged to Captain William N. Ward of Company D, 47th Virginia Volunteer Infantry. He was wounded in the right arm while wearing this coat at the battle of Gaines Mill, and died August 29th, 1862 from the wound in a Richmond Hospital.

On this day in 1865 the "Waterloo of the Confederacy" at Five Forks, Virginia http://www.amazon.com/Soldiers-Friend-Civil-Cornelia-Hancock/dp/0982809301

On this day in 1865 the "Waterloo of the Confederacy" at Five Forks, Virginia http://www.amazon.com/Soldiers-Friend-Civil-Cornelia-Hancock/dp/0982809301

flags of the confederacy | Confederate States of America - CSA

flags of the confederacy | Confederate States of America - CSA

images of our civil war | ... Union soldiers posing at Centreville, VA | American Civil War Forums

images of our civil war | ... Union soldiers posing at Centreville, VA | American Civil War Forums

Confederate soldiers of the Charleston Zouave Cadets posing in Castle Pinckney, Charleston, 1861. By George Cook. Note the US Model 1841 Mississippi rifles.

Confederate soldiers of the Charleston Zouave Cadets posing in Castle Pinckney, Charleston, 1861. By George Cook. Note the US Model 1841 Mississippi rifles.

Union soldiers building winter quarters by Brendan C.H., via Flickr

Union soldiers building winter quarters by Brendan C.H., via Flickr

Charles Henry Lanneau, "[Fincher Brothers, Company I, "Zollicoffer Rifles," Forty-third Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army of Tennessee]," 1863, ambrotype.

Charles Henry Lanneau, "[Fincher Brothers, Company I, "Zollicoffer Rifles," Forty-third Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army of Tennessee]," 1863, ambrotype.