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Civil War Handcuffs Andersonville, Georgia.

Civil War Handcuffs Andersonville, Georgia.

Here is a selection of Civil War recipes for your enjoyment.

Here is a selection of Civil War recipes for your enjoyment. - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

Civil war soldier rations

Civil war soldier rations

177th NY regiment Band Civil War 1863  albany ny | by albany group archive

177th NY regiment Band Civil War 1863 albany ny | by albany group archive

Early Civil War powder horns.

Early American Civil War Powder Flasks - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

A tourniquet buckle found at Camp Lawton, the Civil War prison camp.

A tourniquet buckle found at Camp Lawton, the Civil War prison camp.

CONFEDERATE SIDE LOADER CANNON BALL w COPPER FUSE  IRON CASE SHOT

CONFEDERATE SIDE LOADER CANNON BALL w COPPER FUSE IRON CASE SHOT

jasper n bertram's 1864 civil war diary

jasper n bertram's 1864 civil war diary

Authentic Civil War boots Rare |

many years, perhaps many people wearing them again. shoes tell so much about the wearer.

Alton Prison

Ruins of First State Prison in Illinois Historical Marker

Everett E Goodrich, Company H,, 74th Regiment, Indiana Volunteers. Promoted to Corporal January 1863. Missing in action at Chickamauga, Georgia September 20,1863. Admitted to hospital at Andersonville, Georgia July 22, 1864 he died August 22,1864. Grave # 6493

Everett E Goodrich, Company H,, Regiment, Indiana Volunteers.

Ruins of Richmond | April 1865 | Library of Congress

Ruins of Richmond, April 1865

RARE 1886 Andersonville Prison Photographs by 33rdMassachusetts

RARE 1886 Andersonville Prison Photographs by

CIVIL WAR ENDS - April 9, 1865*** http://www.amazon.com/TALES-WEST-BARBERS-SAN-JOAQUIN-ebook/dp/B00PF6SIW6/

CIVIL WAR ENDS - April I'm sure a lot of men a women were relieved to see this day and to be able to return to their homes and families. I'm amazed that all the soldiers were able to return to their homes and families.

Andersonville National Historic Site - the most infamous Civil War Prison - Andersonville prison was the deadliest prisoner of war camp during the Civil War with a total of nearly 13,000 deaths. Over 40% of all Union prisoners of war who died during the Civil War perished at Andersonville.

Andersonville National Historic Site - the most infamous Civil War Prison - Georgia

Andersonville prison rations

Andersonville (Camp Sumpter) was a Confederate prisoner of war camp during the…

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