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Atlanta, Georgia… Sherman’s Men Tearing Up Railroad Track.    Photographed in 1864 by Barnard, George N.    Sherman’s 62,000 men marched out of Atlanta “into the fat fields of Georgia like locusts devouring the land”, Sherman tore up every mile of railroad track and almost every station. Shermans Neckties

Atlanta, Georgia… Sherman’s Men Tearing Up Railroad Track. Photographed in 1864 by Barnard, George N. Sherman’s men marched out of Atlanta and tore up every mile of railroad track and almost every station.

Antietam, Md. - Allan Pinkerton, President Lincoln, and Maj. Gen. John A. McClernand.    Caption information taken from the Library of Congress

President Abraham Lincoln with Allan Pinkerton (head of the US secret service) and Major General John A McClernand at the secret service department, headquarters of the army of the Potomac, near Antietam, Maryland on 4 October 1862

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Engineers of the N. State Militia, 1861 -- website with LOADS of photos and facts from Civil War Era, GREAT resource

Wounded soldiers under trees, Marye's Heights, Fredericksburg. After the battle of Spotsylvania, 1864.

Wounded Union soldiers at rest near Marye’s Heights, Fredericksburg, Virginia. After the battle of Spotsylvania, in (Photo by Mathew Brady/NARA)

Soldiers killed during the First Battle of Bull Run, possibly the earliest surviving Civil War photograph to document the dead after a battle, July 1861.

American Civil War Photos - Soldiers killed during the First Battle of Bull Run, possibly the earliest surviving Civil War photograph to document the dead after a battle, July

"Old Bob" Lincoln's horse photographed in front of Lincoln home on day of Springfield Funeral. Lincoln Family friend, Rev. Brown on the left.

"Old Bob" ~ Abraham Lincoln's Horse PhotoGraphed In Front Of Lincoln Home In Springfield, IL On The Day Of Lincoln's Funeral There ~ Lincoln Family Friend Rev Brown Is Pictured On The Left

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In remembrance of the Union and Confederate soldiers who served in the American Civil War, the Liljenquist Family donated their rare collection of over 700 ambrotype and tintype photographs to the Library of Congress.

Garry Adelman's Civil War Page. Detail showing dead horses on the Taneytown Road near Meade's Headquarters just days after the Battle of Gettysburg. With the headquarters restored to its 1863 appearance, this is a great view to have with you as you walk up the slope of Cemetery Ridge toward the old Cyclorama lot. Estimates vary greatly on the number of horses killed in the battle, but on tours I usually use the conservative 2,000 figure.

Garry Adelman's Civil War Page. Detail showing dead horses on the Taneytown Road…

Civil War Photos - 548. Confederate Dead in the Slaughter Pen at the Foot of Little Round Top - Gettysburg, PA, July 1863

Dead Confederate Soldiers in the "Slaughter Pen" at the Foot of Little Round Top - Gettysburg, PA, July 1863

Antietam, September 17, 1862: "Only photograph of an actual battle in progress taken during the Civil War!"

Antietam, September "Only photograph of an actual battle in progress taken during the Civil War!

Map of eastern Virginia and parts of North Carolina, Maryland, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania, showing "battles in which New York regiments were engaged," "railroads at time of the civil war," and "turnpikes and plank roads." Union states are colored yellow, and Confederate states are green.

Map of eastern Virginia and parts of North Carolina, Maryland, West Virginia…

“Petersburg, Virginia. Federal Soldiers Removing Artillery From Confederate Fortifications April 1865” The Siege of Petersburg: The Longest Military Event of the Civil War Nine and a half months,...

Federal Soldiers Removing Artillery From Confederate Fortifications April The Siege of Petersburg: The Longest Military Event of the Civil War Nine and a half months,. - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on s

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