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Sally Louisa Tompkins was a Civil War nurse and the only officially commissioned female officer in the Confederate Army. The following are some facts about Sally Louisa Tompkins: Sally Tompkins Childhood: Born on November 9, 1833 into a wealthy Virginia family, Tompkins was the daughter of Colonel Christopher Tompkins and Maria Patterson and grew up on the family's plantation in Poplar Grove, Mathews County. After Colonel Tompkins passed away, shortly before the outbreak of the war, Sally…

Sally Louisa Tompkins was a Civil War nurse and the only officially commissioned female officer in the Confederate Army. The following are some facts about Sally Louisa Tompkins: Sally Tompkins Childhood: Born on November 9, 1833 into a wealthy Virginia family, Tompkins was the daughter of Colonel Christopher Tompkins and Maria Patterson and grew up on the family's plantation in Poplar Grove, Mathews County. After Colonel Tompkins passed away, shortly before the outbreak of the war, Sally…

Antonia Ford, Confederate Spy

Antonia Ford, Confederate Spy

Belle Boyd, Confederate spy during the American Civil War.

Belle Boyd, Confederate spy during the American Civil War.

Elida B. Rumsey Sang For Civil War Soldiers And Established A Free Library Seventeen-year-old Elida Rumsey went to Washington during the Civil War to become a nurse. A girl so young that Miss Dorothea Dix would not hire her. When told she was too young, Elida sang to soldiers in the ward

Elida B. Rumsey Sang For Civil War Soldiers And Established A Free Library Seventeen-year-old Elida Rumsey went to Washington during the Civil War to become a nurse. A girl so young that Miss Dorothea Dix would not hire her. When told she was too young, Elida sang to soldiers in the ward

Dr. Mary Walker- Civil War Surgeon, Medal of honor recipient...and fashionista

Dr. Mary Walker- Civil War Surgeon, Medal of honor recipient...and fashionista

General William Sherman

General William Sherman

American Civil War Veterans shake hands, 1913 - Retronaut

American Civil War Veterans shake hands, 1913 - Retronaut

George Edward Pickett (January 16, 1825 – July 30, 1875) was a career United States Army officer who became a general in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. He is best remembered for his participation in the futile and bloody assault at the Battle of Gettysburg that bears his name, Pickett's Charge.

George Edward Pickett (January 16, 1825 – July 30, 1875) was a career United States Army officer who became a general in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. He is best remembered for his participation in the futile and bloody assault at the Battle of Gettysburg that bears his name, Pickett's Charge.

General JEB Stuart. Now this guy was a colorful character if there ever was one. Definitely a history worth reading about if you don't know much about him :-)

General JEB Stuart. Now this guy was a colorful character if there ever was one. Definitely a history worth reading about if you don't know much about him :-)

Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson arrived at West Point unprepared and uneducated. He failed his first entrance exam. A loner, he worked diligently to improve his class ranking and graduated 17th. in the Class of 1846. His worst grades, like U.S. Grant's, in infantry tactics.

Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson arrived at West Point unprepared and uneducated. He failed his first entrance exam. A loner, he worked diligently to improve his class ranking and graduated 17th. in the Class of 1846. His worst grades, like U.S. Grant's, in infantry tactics.