RMD8M46M–Confederate battle flag, Fort Pillow State Park, Tennessee. Digital photograph
RMERG7X7–Confederate soldier - American Civil War, 1862 (1861–1865). War fought between United States of America (Union) and southern
RMC2JDF9–Confederate Veterans Reunion; old men in un Uniforms front of Nashville Convention Hall Market
RM2B95T5J–AMERICAN CIVIL WAR UNIFORMS UNIFORM 1860s American Civil War Soldiers Vintage USA Lithograph colour Illustration of military uniforms worn by all Union and Confederate officers and soldiers during the American Civil War 1861-1865 War of the Rebellion
RFFPWR1C–Civil War print showing General Robert E. Lee and some of the prominent Confederate Generals of The American Civil War.
RMC0473F–Confederate flag waivers stand in front of the Jefferson Davis statue on Monument Ave. in Richmond, Virginia, USA.
RMBP5BW7–Confederate Flag on House in Bear Grass North Carolina
RMDF50J8–Torn and tattered Confederate Flag
RFBFNBKF–Cemetery in the Cumberland region of Tennessee with Confederate battle flag
RFCYWAB5–This illustration shows five military members of the Confederate Army, with the Confederate flag flying above the fort.
RMCE5335–Confederate paraphernalia and flags at the Mason Dixon Fair
RMDHDHX0–Confederate soldiers at the Thunder on the Roanoke Civil War reenactment in Plymouth, North Carolina, USA
RMC1DY73–United States, Georgia, Sons of confederate Veteransî James C Reynolds and Lunsford
RM2R0YEXB–Belle Boyd. Portrait of the American confederate spy, Maria Isabella Boyd (1844-1900), c. 1868
RFA052R9–United States confederate flag at historic civil war reenactment with tents and soldiers
RFACXYE9–Flags from the US Civil War the Confederacy during Southern South Confederate Memorial Day Parade Atlanta Georgia America USA conflicts families
RMD8M46F–First Stars and Bars, Confederate flag with 7 stars, Fort Pillow State Park, Tennessee. Digital photograph
RMGG2GEN–Death of Confederate General Felix Zollicoffer, killed by Union Colonel Speed S. Fry of the 4th Kentucky Infantry. 19 January 1862 Engraving
RMHRKJEH–Abandoned Confederate Camp
RM2E4P4X3–1900’s “Confederate army veteran recruits reunion photo group , Washington, USA 1917.”Troop A Forrest Cavalry Nashville Confederate Flag”
RMCWAXWD–Five locomotives built by Confederate soldiers at Vicksburg, Mississippi
RMBB4TT2–Historical flag of the United States of America. The Stainless Banner, the second flag of the Confederate States of America, May
RM2CJ7D4B–Confederate General Robert Edmund Lee, circa 1865
RMDDYCD9–Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate States of America, c1855-c1865. Artist: Unknown
RMER7J22–The Confederate note memorial
RMG5GMDG–1863 : Confederate soldiers pose for the camera in the early days of the American Civil War between the Southern States and the Unionist North.
RFA38FDJ–Confederate Treasury Note (1861)
RMDC0RMF–1800s 1860s PORTRAIT CONFEDERATE GENERAL THOMAS STONEWALL JACKSON DIED AFTER BATTLE OF CHANCELLORSVILLE MAY 1863
RMTR8J7X–Early view of the partially carved Stone Mountain Confederate Memorial near Atlanta, Georgia. Photo from late 1920s shows head of General Robert E. Lee with an outline of Lee's horse, Traveller.
RM2D69088–Robert E Lee (1807-1870) 'General Lee', American Confederate General, Commander of the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War, portrait painting by Edward Caledon Bruce, 1864-1865
RMC0WCF3–Dead Confederate sharpshooter on the Battlefield of Gettysburg
RMFDMY5K–Robert E Lee. Civil War Confederate Army General Robert E Lee. Photo by Julian Vannerso, March 1864
RMBNCPKF–Portrait photo circa 1860 of Jefferson Davis (1808 - 1889) - President of the Confederate States of America from 1861 to 1865.
RMERG8JM–Confederate roll call - American Civil War.
RMDE4CW1–Confederate General James Longstreet. Hand-colored woodcut
RMHN2MAX–Richard Norris Brooke, Civil War. Confederate soldiers rolling up their flag after General Lee's capitulation in Appomatox (1865) 1872 United States A. McCook Craighead Collection
RMHRF7WT–Young Confederate Soldier
RME1GMMM–Prominent Union and Confederate generals and statesmen as they appeared during the great Civil War, 1861-5
RMBB4TRW–Historical flag of the United States of America. Confederate soldiers carried this battle flag during the Civil War. It was neve
RMEP8D4M–General Thomas J 'Stonewall' Jackson, Confederate States of America
RMEMTTRE–George Edward Pickett, 1825 –1875. Career United States Army officer, major general in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War.
RMER7JDD–The Generals of the Confederate Army
RF2P8RRN5–Kentucky. Confederate Monument At Frankfort 1907 old antique print picture
RMG6CGWG–1860s OCTOBER 1864 DESTRUCTION OF CONFEDERATE RAM CSS ALBEMARLE BY LT. WILLIAM BARKER CUSHING AT PLYMOUTH NORTH CAROLINA USA
RMTR8J7P–Early view of the partially carved Stone Mountain Confederate Memorial near Atlanta, Georgia. Photo from late 1920s shows head of General Robert E. Lee with outline of Jefferson Davis and Lee's horse, Traveller.
RMH60RXC–Confederate Soldiers with Brass Mountain Howitzers, Richmond, Virginia, USA, April 1865
RMC94W2D–Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Unfinished Confederate graves near the center of the battlefield
RMFF4ADE–American Civil War.The Confederate flag flying at Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor on 15th April 1861, following the surrender of Union troops
RMBNBYCY–Portrait photo circa 1880s of Jefferson Davis (1808 - 1889) - President of the Confederate States of America from 1861 to 1865.
RMERG7WM–American Civil War - Confederate sharp -shooters and swamp hunters at the opening of the Lower Mississippi, about to attack
RMMM2CF7–Confederate Monument. Valdosta. 1930
RMBJPHPC–Confederate artilleryman at his cannon, 1862. Hand-colored woodcut
RMHN2MAY–Anonymous, Civil war. Confederate generals after the Bull Run first battle: Jefferson Davis au centre, Beauregard, Stonewall Jackson Stuart, Joseph E. Johnston, P. Dayton (1861) 19th century United States A. McCook Craighead Collection
RMEC8242–Dead Confederate soldiers of General Ewell's Corps who attacked the Union lines at the Battle of Spotsylvania, 19th May, 1864.
RMCWAXWP–Dead Confederate soldiers near Spottsylvania, photograph by Timothy O'Sullivan, 1864
RMBB4TRF–Historical flag of the United States of America. Stars and Bars, the first flag of the Confederate States of America, March 15,
RMHT0DH3–The Confederate Line as reconstructed at the crater at Petersburg, Virginia - American Civil War
RMENYWK2–General Braxton Bragg, 1817 –1876. Career United States Army officer, and general in the Confederate States Army He was a principal commander in the Western Theater of the American Civil War.
RF2P8JDAF–US Civil War. Sketch Map of the Federal & Confederate States. BARTHOLOMEW 1862
RMK27G2D–Broadside from the American Civil War entitled 'The Dying Confederate's Last Words', glorifying fallen Confederate soldiers, Maryland. 1863.
RMM0DHH3–Thomas Jonathan 'Stonewall' Jackson (1824–1863) was a Lieutenant General for the Confederate States of America (CSA) during the American Civil War, and the best-known Confederate commander after General Robert E. Lee. (Engraving from a photo portrait taken April 26, 1869, seven days before being wounded at the Battle of Chancellorsville.)
RM2C7J791–Confederate Monument, Portsmouth, Virginia, USA, Detroit Publishing Company, 1905
RMC3N0C0–CONFEDERATE LEADERS and State flags published in1863
RM2HWYYNF–Portrait of the Confederate General, Joseph E Johnston (1807-1891) by Benjamin Reinhart, oil on artist board, c. 1860-61
RMC0A3RB–General Braxton Bragg (1817 - 1876) - a leading Confederate States of America army officer in the American Civil War.
RMERG7AG–Confederate line waiting orders in the Wilderness by W. L. Sheppard. The Battle of the Wilderness, fought between 5 and 7 May
RMMM2CEW–Confederate Monument. Savannah. 1925
RMDE4DAH–Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Hand-colored woodcut
RMCP7C37–Portrait of Gen. Robert E. Lee, officer of the Confederate Army. Dated 1863.
RMD967HN–Sterling Price, general in army of the southern Confederate) states during the American Civil War 1861-1865. Portrait engraving of 1861.
RMCWAXW6–The First Mississippi Negro Cavalry bringing Confederate prisoners into Vicksburg, 1864
RMBB4TTE–Historical flag of the United States of America. A red bar was added to the Confederate national flag March 4, 1865, so it would
RM2FX434A–Rear Admiral Raphael Semmes of Confederate Navy with Confederate flag - January 1863
RMFAT1K2–The departure of General Robert E. Lee from his soldiers prior to his surrender to General Ulysses Grant in 1865 at the end of the American Civil War. Robert Edward Lee, 1807 – 1870, Commander of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia.
RMRB64RE–Prominent Union and Confederate generals and statesmen as they appeared during the great Civil War, 1861-5
RMK27HAK–Broadside from the American Civil War entitled 'The Dying Confederate's Last Words', glorifying fallen Confederate soldiers, Maryland. 1863.
RMM0DHH5–Thomas Jonathan 'Stonewall' Jackson (1824–1863) was a Lieutenant General for the Confederate States of America (CSA) during the American Civil War, and the best-known Confederate commander after General Robert E. Lee. (Engraving from a photo portrait taken April 26, 1869, seven days before being wounded at the Battle of Chancellorsville.)
RM2C7J78X–Confederate Monument, Alexandria, Virginia, USA, Detroit Publishing Company, 1900
RM2CWD1KR–JOSEPH E. JOHNSON (1807-1891) American Confederate General
RMHP2Y7W–Robert E Lee (1807-1870), portrait of the Confederate General by Edward Caledon Bruce, oil on canvas, c.1864-65
RMDHBG09–Jackson. Monument to the Confederate Dead (1891) before Charlotte Capers Building. USA.
RMERG7BX–Retreat of the Confederate Fleet at the First Battle of Memphis on 6 June, 1862. American Civil War. The battle was the last to