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AMERICA - CIVIL WAR

War Between The North and South
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Victorian Dress Pattern, Civil War Dress, Victorian Dresses, Steampunk Clothing, Steampunk Fashion, Vintage Clothing, Bouquets, Carnavals, Sewing Patterns
Designer Civil War Era Jacket Blouse Collar & Skirt Costume - Etsy
New Recipes, Dinner Recipes, Ethnic Recipes, Old Recipes Vintage Comfort Foods, Southern Food Recipes, Frugal Cooking
16 Civil War Recipes Made for Soldiers
Taste of Home
Taste of Home
Civil War: Soldiers & History on Instagram: “- Silas Andrew Shirley; Co H, 16th Mississippi Infantry. Silas Shirley was born in 1840 to Nancy and William Shirley in Pineville,…” Unknown Soldier, War Image, America Civil War, Civil War Photos, Band Of Brothers, Confederacy, Vintage Disneyland, The First Americans, Red Army
Civil War: Soldiers & History on Instagram: “- Silas Andrew Shirley; Co H, 16th Mississippi Infantry. Silas Shirley was born in 1840 to Nancy and William Shirley in Pineville,…”
3 officers of the 1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery, 1864 War Photography, Vintage Photography, History Photos, World History, American Civil War, American History, American Heroes, Carolina Do Sul, Civil Rights
3 officers of the 1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery, 1864
Civil War era, a father and his daughters Vintage Pictures, Vintage Images, Portrait Vintage, Civil War Fashion, Antique Photography, Victorian Photos, Victorian Era
Civil War era, a father and his daughters
Cindy Tendollen
Cindy Tendollen
Unidentified Union soldier and woman. Photograph by Leroy Gates (1861 to 1865). Missouri History Museum Vintage Portraits, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Antique Photos, Vintage Stuff, Oscar Wilde, Union Soldiers
Unidentified Union soldier and woman. Photograph by Leroy Gates (1861 to 1865). Missouri History Museum
Look how they spread the doll's fancy dress to have a better look on the needlework. Vintage Children Photos, Vintage Girls, Kids Photos, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Doll, Historical Clothing, Historical Photos
Look how they spread the doll's fancy dress to have a better look on the needlework.
Antique Photo Album
Antique Photo Album
A Mom's Quest to Teach: L is for Lee, Robert E. Lee (Blogging through the Alphabet) #history #abcblogging #civilwar #socialstudies #homeschool Canadian History, Texas History, Battle Of Fredericksburg, Battle Of Antietam, Family Money, History Magazine, History Activities
L is for Lee, Robert E. Lee (Blogging through the Alphabet)
A Mom's Quest to Teach: L is for Lee, Robert E. Lee (Blogging through the Alphabet) #history #abcblogging #civilwar #socialstudies #homeschool
Confederate prisoners captured at Five Forks in April 1865 Civil War Books, War Novels, Confederate States Of America, Prisoners Of War, Us History, History Pics
Civil War Prison Camps - Civil War Academy
Confederate prisoners captured at Five Forks in April 1865
Jean MacCallum
Jean MacCallum
Rainbow Gospel Radio | Recipes from the Civil War: Beaten Biscuits Soap Yummy Recipes, Cookbook Recipes, Copycat Recipes, Bread Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Gastronomia
Rainbow Gospel Radio – Mission Radio for the World
Rainbow Gospel Radio | Recipes from the Civil War: Beaten Biscuits Soap
Ulysses S. Grant -18th President of US - from 1869 to 1877 - served 2 terms, Under Grant, the Union Army defeated the Confederate military which ended the Civil War. He was a 'career soldier'; graduated from West Point. Born in 1882. His mother was an "emotionally detached" woman (she never visited him once in the White House). He was never a wealthy man, but was a caring & devoted husband and father. Died in1885 of throat cancer at the age of 63. List Of Presidents, American Presidents, American Soldiers, American Heritage, Ulysses S Grant, George Washington, Washington Dc
Ulysses S. Grant - Wikipedia
Ulysses S. Grant -18th President of US - from 1869 to 1877 - served 2 terms, Under Grant, the Union Army defeated the Confederate military which ended the Civil War. He was a 'career soldier'; graduated from West Point. Born in 1882. His mother was an "emotionally detached" woman (she never visited him once in the White House). He was never a wealthy man, but was a caring & devoted husband and father. Died in1885 of throat cancer at the age of 63.
William McKinley during his Civil War service. Yes, that is our beloved McKinley cowlick. Strong genes! Us Presidents, Presidential History, William Mckinley, Maurer, Bavaria
My Daguerreotype Boyfriend
William McKinley during his Civil War service. Yes, that is our beloved McKinley cowlick. Strong genes!
Those who preferred a very different flag from that of the United States proposed several different flags, one of which resembled what would later become the Confederate battle flag. Southern Heritage, Southern Pride, Confederate Flag, American Art, Civil War Flags, Georgia Flag
Confederate Flag
Those who preferred a very different flag from that of the United States proposed several different flags, one of which resembled what would later become the Confederate battle flag.
Here for your perusal is a collectible photograph of Broadway Landing, Appomattox River, Virginia. Park of artillery. It was created in 1865.    The photograph illustrates United States weapons in Civil War. American War, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Appomattox
Civil War Cannons
Here for your perusal is a collectible photograph of Broadway Landing, Appomattox River, Virginia. Park of artillery. It was created in 1865. The photograph illustrates United States weapons in Civil War.