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Giclee from an antique print depicting the Attack at Chantilly which resulted in the death of General Stevens.
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From an antique map of the Battle of Gettysburg 1863.
From antique book “The Civil War in the United States” – Company A Black Volunteers taking oath in Beaufort, SC before General Rufus Saxton as Union Soldiers
From an antique copy of
– Attack at Rocky Face Ridge – depicts Union soldiers scaling the steep face of Rocky Face Ridge in battle with the Confederate soldiers – May 8-10, 1864
From an antique Harper’s Weekly – Battle of Grand Coteau, LA – November 3, 1863
From an antique
– Battle of Malvern Hil – Civil War – July 1, 1862
– Battle of the Wilderness – Attack at Spotsylvania Court House – May 10, 1864
From an antique book Pictoral History of the Civil War – First Battle of Bull Run – July 21, 1861
From an antique Pictoral History of the Civil War – Battle of Wilson’s Creek – Death of Gen. Lyon
From an antique Harper’s Weekly – Fort Thunderbolt, Savannah, GA – Civil War
From an antique drawing of a Confederate house and school in Charleston, SC.
From antique print depicting the Confederate Monument in Magnolia Garden, Charleston, South Carolina.
Black slaves fled to Union lines as contrabands of the Civil War
Explosion of the Gun at Fort Sumter
From Frank Leslie’s The War in Georgia – Knapp’s Pennsylvania Battery shelling Pine Knob and killing rebel General Pole.
General Lee taking leave of his soldiers
From Harper’s Weekly – the cartoon “Now or Never – The Whet House or Bust” depicts General Winfield Hancock campainging
Lake Providence LA headquarters of General McPherson
From “The Soldier in Our Civil War” – movement of troops and munitions at Collins Dock, Canal Street New York
General George Picketts Confederate troops charge the Union troops at Gettysburg.
From an antique print Our Soldier in the Civil War, Sherman’s Army entering Savannah, GA
From The Soldier in Our Civil War, image showing Shipment of War Materials at New York
From The Soldier in Our Civil War, image showing the Signal Station at Folly Island, South Carolina
From The Soldier in Our Civil War, the Surrender of General Lee
From The Soldier in Our Civil War, depiction of the Capture of the Union Gunboat “Mercedita” by the Confederat Ram “Palmetto State” near Charleston Harbor, SC
From The Soldier in Our Civil War, image of The Old State House in Columbia, SC where the legislature unanimously voted to secede from the Union on December 20, 1860.
The Surrender of General Robert Lee
From an original wood-cut print, The Advance of the Grand Army depicting the march of the Union forces.
From Harper’s Civil War, the Burning of the Philadelphia
Reconaisance of Vernon River, Ossabaw Sound, Beaulieu, Georgia – 1862 – Rebel Battery – from Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper January 25, 1862