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(1864) Dead Confederate soldiers - Spotsylvania, VA

Bodies of Confederate soldiers next to Mrs. Alsop’s house, near Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia, in May of (Timothy H. O’Sullivan/LOC)

This is a memorial to all the fallen southern soldiers of the civil war, approx 18,000 of them are buried nearby. Built in 1869. I still don't really get why a pyramid, but it is really big!    Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA

This is a memorial to all the fallen southern soldiers of the civil war, approx of them are buried nearby. Built in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA

Little Hill

Slaughter Pen, Gettysburg, then and now - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

Ghosts Of The American Civil War

Ghosts Of The American Civil War

Great Ghosts of Gettysburg Between the first and the third of July, more blood was shed in a formerly little-known Adams County farm community than at any battle in history. The deaths on the battlefield at Gettysburg numbered and probab

Union Colonel (later General) Hiram Berdan of the 1st United States Volunteer Sharpshooters aka Berdan's Sharpshooters

Union Colonel (later General) Hiram Berdan of the United States Volunteer Sharpshooters aka Berdan's Sharpshooters

Union General Robert Brown Potter

Brigadier General Robert Brown Potter (USA) Potter was born in Schenectady, New York on 16 July His father was Alonzo Potter, American bishop.

Union General William Alexander Hammond

William A. Hammond, Surgeon-General, Officer of the Federal Army

Brigadier General of the Union, Edmund Rice -- Recieved the Medal of Honor for his duty in repelling the ill-fated 'Pickett's Charge'

Edmund Rice (December 1842 – July was a soldier in the United States Army and a Medal of Honor recipient who achieved the rank of Brigadier General.

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