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Selection of Pistols: Variety of Civil War handguns including a Pepperbox (top) and on the far right a Model Colt .36 navy Revolver. (Photo Credit: Tria Giovan/CORBIS)

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Massive Civil War "BATTLEFIELD WAR LOG" with strikes from every conceivable direction. This war log is from the Battle of Chickamauga and was on display for years in the "Lotz House Civil War Museum" in Franklin, Tennessee. The log stands 29 inches in height, is 10 inches in diameter, and is displayed on a professionally made walnut stand. The log has numerous different type shrapnel strikes including James and Schenkl shell fragments as well as exploded cannonball and numerous canister.

Massive Civil War "BATTLEFIELD WAR LOG" with strikes from every conceivable direction. This war log is from the Battle of Chickamauga and was on display for years in the "Lotz House Civil War Museum" in Franklin, Tennessee. The log stands 29 inches in height, is 10 inches in diameter, and is displayed on a professionally made walnut stand. The log has numerous different type shrapnel strikes including James and Schenkl shell fragments as well as exploded cannonball and numerous canister.

Colt M1849 Pocket Revolver - Working with a collection containing thousands of great guns allows us to sometimes focus on the “little things.”  This engraved Colt percussion revolver has a hand-cut barrel address, but even more interesting is the small “2” next to the serial number.  Once upon a time this .31 caliber handgun was part of a two-gun set.  Wish we knew whatever happened to the counterpart of this percussion Colt.

Colt Pocket Revolver - Working with a collection containing thousands of great guns allows us to sometimes focus on the “little things.” This engraved Colt percussion revolver has a hand-cut barrel address, but even more interesting is the small

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Woman with her Black Union Soldier husband during The Civil War. Without these Africans the Union Army would not have won the war.

Survival Tips And Advice From The Civil War. Learn amazing tips and advice from the civil war period. See how you can apply these old tips in modern times.

Survival Tips And Advice From The Civil War

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Confederate Revolver - This Griswold & Gunnison Civil War Revolver is an unlicensed copy of a Colt 1851 Navy.

Confederate Revolver- This Griswold & Gunnison Civil War revolver is an unlicensed copy of a Colt 1851 NavyIt is caliber, brass frame, with a 7 barrel, and was produced in Griswoldville,.

Civil War Rifles and Carbines: From top to bottom: a Colt Model 1853 rifle used by sharpshooters, a Sharps carbine and a Burnside carbine, invented by Union General Ambrose Burnside. (Photo Credit: Tria Giovan/CORBIS)

Civil War Rifles and Carbines: From top to bottom: a Colt Model 1853 rifle used by sharpshooters, a Sharps carbine and a Burnside carbine, invented by Union General Ambrose Burnside.

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