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Postwar photograph: Company F, Regiment Massachusetts Heavy Artillery, August at Fort Stevens, District of Columbia.

CAPT. WILLIAM B. WEEDEN

A detailed overview of The History Of Battery A First Regiment Rhode Island Light Artillery In The War To Preserve The Union published

Albert Woolson (arrowed) in Company C of the 1st Minnesota Heavy Artillery Regiment. Woolson, who was 17 when he served in the Civil War, was the last surviving Civil War veteran when he died in 1956. #civilwar

Albert Woolson: The Last Civil War Veteran

Albert Woolson (arrowed) in Company C of the Minnesota Heavy Artillery Regiment. Woolson, who was 17 when he served in the Civil War, was the last surviving Civil War veteran when he died in

31st Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment near Fort Slocum, Washington, D.C.

chubachus: “ Two views of Union soldiers of the Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment posing in various formations in a camp near Fort Slocum in Washington, D.

Today in History the Battle of Petersburg began (1864)

Today in History the Battle of Petersburg began (1864)

Siege of Petersburg Date June 1864 – March 1865 Location Petersburg, Virginia Victor Union victory Contenders United Sta

city point, Virginia Wharf, Federal artillery, and anchored schooners made between 1860 and 1865. The illustration documents main eastern theater of war, the siege of Petersburg, June 1864 - April 1865...Sailing Ships

City Point, Virginia Wharf, Federal artillery, and anchored schooners during the American civil war.

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