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The 2nd Maryland Infantry at Spangler Spring, east of Culps Hill at Gettysburg

Band of Brothers, Culp's Hill at the Battle of Gettysburg, 3 July by Don Troiani. The Maryland Infantry at Spangler Spring, east of Culps Hill at Gettysburg.

Manassas National Battlefield Park highlights two battles fought near a little stream called Bull Run. The first battle in the summer of 1861 is considered the first major battle of the war and was a decisive Confederate victory. The second battle fought a little more than a year later on basically the same ground, was another Confederate win and was the springboard to Robert E. Lee's invasion of Maryland in 1862.

Manassas National Battlefield Park highlights two battles fought near a little stream called Bull Run.

Oh, I Wish He Was Ours!  Gettysburg Campaign June 26, 1863 by Mort Kunstler

Oh, I Wish He Was Ours! Gettysburg Campaign June 1863 by Mort Kunstler. Lee and the Army of Northern Virginia move north near Hagerstown Pennsylvania June 1863

mort kunstler civil war paintings | JEB Stuart & Major John Pelham, White House, VA, June 29, 1862

The Strangest Race, Mort Kunstler framed canvas

William Clarke Quantrill dies of wounds suffered in May

June 6 1865 William Clarke Quantrill dies of wounds suffered in May.Quantrill was badly wounded in a skirmish with Union forces, and he died on this day in

John Hunt Morgan's cavalry regiment, who saw most action in Kentucky. Morgan raided the furthest north of any Confederate army, being the northernmost reaches of Ohio.

John Hunt Morgan's cavalry regiment, who saw most action in Kentucky. Morgan raided the furthest north of any Confederate army, being the northernmost reaches of Ohio.

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