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"The Deserter's fate." A Union deserter executed by firing squad is posed on his coffin as a line of Union soldiers pose in the background, c. 1861. [395x600]

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Birds eye view of historic Lincoln Square in Gettysburg, Pa.!

Birds eye view of historic Lincoln Square in Gettysburg, Pa.!

Civil War surgeons preferred Catholic nuns as nurses because of prior nursing experience and quiet demeanors

Civil War surgeons preferred Catholic nuns as nurses because of prior nursing experience and quiet demeanors

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Among the surviving photos of the civil war, some are incredible startling...^Among the surviving photos of the civil war, some are incredible startling...^If you ever saw Ken Burns’ “The Civil War” documentary, you might recall it mentioned during the final episode how many photos, daguerreotypes and tintypes were destroyed after the war. Some were used as glass for greenhouses. Among those that survive, though, are some pretty startling ones.

Among the surviving photos of the civil war, some are incredible startling...^Among the surviving photos of the civil war, some are incredible startling...^If you ever saw Ken Burns’ “The Civil War” documentary, you might recall it mentioned during the final episode how many photos, daguerreotypes and tintypes were destroyed after the war. Some were used as glass for greenhouses. Among those that survive, though, are some pretty startling ones.

Blood stained civil war canteen

Blood stained civil war canteen

Letter from W.T. Stockton to his wife, December 11, 1863 - after Battle of Missionary Ridge

Letter from W.T. Stockton to his wife, December 11, 1863 - after Battle of Missionary Ridge

Most Unusual Pose, CDV Portrait of a Civil War Federal Infantry Drummer.

Most Unusual Pose, CDV Portrait of a Civil War Federal Infantry Drummer.

Original photographs from the Civil War

Original photographs from the Civil War

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