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 Oriana Moon Andrews was a remarkable woman who served as the first female doctor in the Confederate Army. Oriana Moon Andrews in 1861 With her husband, Dr.

Oriana Moon Andrews | History of American Women

First Woman Doctor in the Confederate Army Dr. Oriana Moon Andrews was a remarkable woman who served as the first female doctor in the Confederate Army. After the Civil War, she was physician to women and children, but her family had to move so frequently she was not able to establish a consistent practice. Chronic illness and childbirth at an advanced age ended her life much too soon. Image: Dr. Oriana Moon Andrews in 1861 With her husband, Dr. John Andrews Credit: Woman’s Missionary Union…

John Jasper Hughes Co F Alabama Infantry.

John Jasper Hughes Co F 47th Alabama Infantry.

Henry Thomas Harrison, Maryland actor turned Confederate secret agent famous for informing Lee and Longstreet about Union movements before Gettysburg. He is posing in a confederate officer's uniform.

 John Pelham at age He had penetrating eyes even then. He was called "the Gallant Pelham" by General Robert E. Lee for his courage handling artillery on the battlefield. Courtesy of Heritage Auctions. Confederate Leaders, Confederate States Of America, American Civil War, American History, Battle Of Antietam, War Novels, Southern Heritage, War Dogs, Civil War Photos

Lt. Col. John Pelham at age 17. He had penetrating eyes even then. He was called "the Gallant Pelham" by General Robert E. Lee for his courage handling artillery on the battlefield. Courtesy of Heritage Auctions.

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1st Tennessee Cavalry Regiment (Carter's) Company B

As I trace my Great, Great Grandfather's steps (or his horse's) during the Civil War, will you please join me...

 Hill, a resident of Clarksville, Arkansas, organized a company…

In 1861, John F. Hill, a resident of Clarksville, Arkansas, organized a company…

Colonel William Lee Davidson of Mecklenburg County, NC, NC Infantry

Colonel William Lee Davidson of Mecklenburg County, NC

Major William C. Lankford 47th NC

Major William C. Lankford 47th NC

“Dixie” was one of the most popular songs to have emerged in the United States during the century. As all roads began leading to the Civil War, “Dixie” reinforced and s…

Daniel Emmett & “Dixie”

Sheet Music for “Dixie”. Photo Credit: Library of Congress “Dixie” was one of the most popular songs to have emerged in the United States during the 19th century. As all roads began leading to the Civil War, “Dixie” reinforced and strengthened the identity of the South. However, this was not intention of the song’s composer who was a loyal Unionist and, reportedly, disgusted by its southern popularity. Photograph of Dan Emmett in blackface, probably early 1860s. Photo Credit: Source Daniel…

Francis Marion killed in the Battle of Opequan, Winchester, VA, Regiment, Ohio Volunteer infantry

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George E Pickett commander from Fort Bellingham and player in the Pig War. Commanded US forces at the southern end of SJ Island.

Virginia's General George Pickett

Colonel Dennis Dozier Ferebee of Currituck County, NC, NC Cavalry

Colonel Dennis Dozier Ferebee of Currituck County, NC

Wallace Day Styron NC Artillery Co G CSA. He was from Carteret County, NC and was my Cousin 4 generations removed.

Wallace Day Styron 2nd NC Artillery Co G CSA. He was from Carteret County, NC…