RMC4FGM0–Irvin McDowell, General during the American Civil War
RMCWA67W–American Civil War: A group of Union officers, c. 1861.. Courtesy: CSU Archives / Everett Collection
RMHRP4FJ–American Civil War, Battle of Franklin, 1864
RMERG8JK–General Ulysses S. Grant - American Civil War. Shown surveilling in the Confederate position at the battle of Spotsylvania
RMDYEN4X–Storming Fort Wagner an illustration by Kurz & Allison. dated 1890. chromolithograph showing Union soldiers storming the walls of Fort Wagner on Morris Island, South Carolina, and engaging some Confederate soldiers in hand-to-hand combat during the American Civil war
RMC5NFR9–The American Civil War 1861–1865
RMCNPJA0–The American Civil War (1861–1865),
RMDDX02J–American Civil War: Captain J. M. Knap's Pennsylvania Independent Battery E Light Artillery approaching the battlefield
RMFDH18J–American Civil War photograph showing Union Army Generals Wesley Merritt, Philip Sheridan, George Crook, James William Forsyth, and George Armstrong Custer. First published in Harper's Weekly, June 24 1865
RMA7B3X7–Allegorical engraving of Victory in American Civil War
RMAT2P9H–American Civil War re-enactment The Union soldiers move under cover of battle smoke. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
RMFG9F8E–American Civil War scene
RMDRJEYT–American Civil War era Tintype photograph
RMG6CGRJ–1860s APRIL 1862 AMERICAN CIVIL WAR THE BATTLE AT PITTSBURG LANDING SHILOH TENNESSEE USA
RMRRTPA5–Battle of Gettysburg, American Civil war, painting, 1867
RMBY582B–WILLIAM SHERMAN (1820-1891) Union army commander in American Civil War here as Major General, May 1865. See Description below
RMEMJJMH–“Stonewall Jackson, at the Battle of Bull Run.”, American Civil War, USA, 1861
RFJ7AD64–Officers of the 8th Pennsylvania Infantry during the American Civil War.
RM2A602YH–Thomas Jonathan “Stonewall' JACKSON - 1824-1863 Confederate General during AMERICAN CIVIL WAR Firm stand at battle of Bull Run earned him the nickname of 'Stonewall'. Accidentally fired on by his own troops when returning from a reconnaissance on 2 May at Chancellorsville: died on 10 May from wounds.
RMCX9C4P–Battle of Antietam also known as the Battle of Sharpsburg, American Civil War
RMM5DW60–Panic of Federal Army troops, First Battle of Bull Run, 21 July 1861, first major battle of the American Civil War
RMHRP4G5–American Civil War, Battle of Shiloh, 1862
RMERH9KG–American Civil War Union general Philip Sheridan rides to the front. Illustration by Sol Eytinge (1833-1905), 1860s.
RMEX6XBC–Title page of a photo album of the American Civil War 1865
RMT7H8N3–The approaching Presidential Election of 1864 in the camps - Group of soldiers reading political handbills - American Civil War
RMCNPHGY–The American Civil War (1861–1865),
RMC1MFWA–Old lithograph of National Guards in New York, 1865, American Civil War
RMBR18WB–United States. The American Civil War (1861-1865).
RMABFXTG–Officer leading an attack in the American Civil War.
RMDJ4TH0–American Civil War 1861-1865 Oil on canvas General Kearney battle of Chantilly 1862 where confederate army won the day
RFG7YKC8–AMERICAN CIVIL WAR. Fortress Monroe and Vicinity. Virginia, antique print 1864
RMER9918–Battle of Kenesaw Mountain, American Civil War, June 27, 1864. Union (Gen. Sherman) Confederate (Gen. Johnston) 27th June 1864
RMG6CGGA–1860s 1860s FEBRUARY 1862 AMERICAN CIVIL WAR CAPTURE OF FORT DONELSON BY UNION FORCES TENNESSEE USA
RMA1F7C6–American Civil War cannon firing
RMEBM8AT–AMERICAN CIVIL WAR Union camp at Young's Point preparing for final assault on Vicksburg in January 1863. Located on the west bank of the Mississippi south of Milliken's Bend
RMEMJJMK–“Farragut at Mobile Bay”, American Civil War, August 5, 1864, Engraving by W. H. Overend
RFJ7AD5W–Officers of 4th New Jersey Infantry, American Civil War.
RMP66T7P–Washington, D.C. Soldier springing the trap for the execution of Captain Henry Wirz, November 1865. Heinrich Hartmann Wirz better known as Henry Wirz (November 25, 1823 – November 10, 1865) was a Swiss-born Confederate officer in the American Civil War. He is best known for his command of Camp Sumter, the Confederate prisoner of war camp near Andersonville, Georgia; he was tried and executed after the war for conspiracy and murder relating to his command of the camp.
RMCX9C99–Battle of Antietam also known as the Battle of Sharpsburg, American Civil War
RMBHNA7B–geography / travel, USA, American Civil War 1861 - 1865,
RM2BDX5JE–Martin R. Delany, American Civil War Officer
RMERG7WW–Provost guard in Washington - American Civil War, after sketch, 1862. Military police.
RMEC7T1F–Part of the American Civil War - The Battle of Pea Ridge, Northwest Arkansas 1862.
RMBJTD5M–Colour print c1888 depicting the Siege of Vicksburg (May 25 - July 4 1863) during the US Civil War.
RMCNPJH6–The American Civil War (1861–1865),
RMBNFYXJ–High angle view of town during American Civil War
RMA3YN2P–Antietam Battlefield. American Civil War cannons cannon guns at the Final Attack ridge stone wall. Dramatic sky at sunset.
RMBF7WCC–The Battle of Malvern Hill, also known as the Battle of Poindexter's Farm during the American Civil War.
RMA9YXD7–Confederate troops on the march during the American Civil War. Hand-colored woodcut
RMBEJ29B–The Battle of Shiloh or Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee during the American Civil War, April 7, 1862
RMH2CD3T–The Battle of Shiloh, also known as the Battle of Pittsburg Landing, was the second great battle of the American Civil War (1862). The battle fought April 6–7, 1862, in southwestern Tennessee, ended with the withdrawal of Confederate troops but it was not a Union victory.
RMDDPTAJ–STONEWALL JACKSON, AMERICAN CIVIL WAR, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, US, USA, 1870s engraving
RMD1F0GF–American Civil War Reenactment.
RMDDJH5T–BATTLE OF ANTIETAM (aka Battle of Sharpsburg) 17 September 1862. The scene at Burnside's Ridge in lithograph by B. McClellan
RMCWAY7K–The Civil War, African American 'contrabands' (escaped slaves), at Foller's house, Cumberland Landing, Virginia, by James F.
RFJ7AD6C–Engineer camp, 8th N.Y. State Militia, American Civil War.
RMH9N6TB–1861 New York Times American Civil War
RMD7JX8T–The Siege of Vicksburg, the final major military action in the Vicksburg Campaign of the American Civil War
RMBHDBCP–geography / travel, USA, American Civil War 1861 - 1865, murder of President Abraham Lincoln, Execution of the conspirators Mary Surratt, Lewis Powell, David Herold and George Atzerodt, Old Arsenal Penitentiary, Washington DC, 7.7.1865, military justice, martial law, gallows, hanging, 19th century, historic, historical, people,
RM2BE0GW8–During the American Civil War, Atlanta became a target of the Union and was surrendered by the Confederates following several battles. After evacuating civilians, Union General Sherman ordered the city to be burned to the ground, sparing churches and hospitals. This was part of a tactic to destroy the Confederates' resources.
RMERG7XC–'Our March Against Pope' - American Civil War. Commemorating Confederate march on General John Pope 's United States Union army
RMEX6M2P–Photograph of American civil war amputees. Dated 1865
RMBHMYX7–Print c1888 depicting the Battle of Antietam (September 17 1862) during the American Civil War.
RMCNPHHB–The American Civil War (1861–1865),
RMBXMMM0–Brandy Station, Virginia. Headquarters, Army of the Potomac. Company of Zouaves in foreground
RMDC0RWR–1800s 1860s AMERICAN CIVIL WAR JUNE 1863 FIGHT IN THE CRATER DURING THE SIEGE OF VICKSBURG MISSISSIPPI USA
RMBF7WT3–General Sherman's March to the Sea, November to December, 1864, during the American Civil War.
RMAKEYC2–Confederate troops behind a stone wall defending Fredericksburg Virginia 1862 American Civil War. Hand-colored woodcut
RMBEN3PN–Battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas, March 8th 1862 in the American Civil War
RMF1M0GH–A 19th Century illustration of Federal Troops in the American Civil War (1861–1865). Fought between northern states loyal to the Union and southern states that had seceded to form the Confederate States of America. The civil war began as a result of the unresolved controversy of the enslavement of black people. War broke out in April 1861 when secessionist forces attacked Fort Sumter in South Carolina, just over a month after Abraham Lincoln had been inaugurated as the president of the United States.
RMDDPTN2–GENERAL LEE'S FAREWELL TO HIS SOLDIERS, AMERICAN CIVIL WAR, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, US, USA, 1870s engraving
RMDT5HA4–American Civil War Reenactment.
RMC44JDG–Reenactors in the uniform of the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment, an all black unit in the American Civil War
RMCWB4EB–Civil War. Col. Burnside's brigade, First and Second Rhode Island, and Seventy-First New York Regiments, with their artillery,
RFJ7AD66–71st New York Infantry at Camp Douglas during the American Civil War.
RMBHBF52–Confederate Officer, American Civil War Reenactor, Savannah, Georgia, USA
RMCX9C85–Battle of Antietam also known as the Battle of Sharpsburg, American Civil War
RMBHN7E1–geography / travel, USA, American Civil War 1861 - 1865, Battle of Fort Donelson, Tennessee, 11.- 16.2.1862, attack of the Union troops, wood engraving after drawing by Fritz Meyer, 1862, 19th century, historic, historical, 1860s, Federal, infantry, wars, storming, soldiers, combat, military, North America, people,
RMHRNRY3–American Civil War, Battle of Gettysburg, 1863
RMERG7X8–Battle of Cross Keys - American Civil War. 10 June 1862, Rockingham County, Virginia, US. Part of Confederate Army Major
RMF7NWAK–photograph of an African American, Civil War, Union soldier with his family. c1863-65
RMBHTJD2–Lithograph colour print circa 1888 depicting the Battle of Fredericksburg during the American Civil War.
RMCNPJ6P–The American Civil War (1861–1865),
RMBR2DD8–American Civil War reenactment - Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA
RMBXMMTT–Officers of the United States Union military during the American Civil war of 1861 to 1865 union us
RMADB3N5–Confederate uniforms during the American Civil War, 1861 to 1865. Artist Davis
RMADW7YC–Union troops engaged at Gaines Mill in the Battle of Cold Harbor, Virginia, American Civil War, June 27, 1862. Hand-colored halftone of an ilustration
RMAP8YXR–Confederate Soldiers. American Civil War re-enactment. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY
RMBK4AXN–American Civil War, Chancellorsville Battlefield Cannons, Virginia
RMDDW9E9–American Civil War: War effect of a shell on a Confederate soldier at battle of Gettysburg, remains of a dead soldier
RMD1F281–American Civil War Reenactment.
RMCTXX8M–ALEXANDER SHALER (1827-1911) Union Army general in he American Civil War
RMEK1T44–Dr. Betts, 'The Cowboy Preacher,' is seen here inciting the miners to attack Fort Anderson, a Confederate fort during the American Civil War. This is a copy of a photograph taken at The Grove, between Briceville and Coal Creek. Fort Anderson was in North Carolina.
RFJ7AD6P–Officers of 119th Pennsylvania Infantry during the American Civil War.
RMBHBG54–Confederate Soldier, American Civil War Reenactor, Savannah, Georgia, USA
RMCMP4JD–The Battle of Shiloh, also known as the Battle of Pittsburg Landing, battle in the Western Theater of the American Civil War.
RMFFXHX3–CIVIL WAR: NEWSPAPERMAN. /nA newspaper man during the American Civil War. Photograph, c1863.
RMM2HYPH–American Civil War, Army Corps of Engineers, 1865
RMERGF51–American Civil War: St Albans Raid. Confederate raid on St. Albans, Vermont on 19 October 1864. Northernmost action of war.
RMD95K8M–American Civil War: Death on a misty morning. Photographed on the field of Gettysburg 5 July 1863.
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