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Union Major John Rodgers Meigs was killed October 3rd 1864 under a cloud of controversy which led to the burning of a town in Virginia as retaliation.

Union Major John Rodgers Meigs was killed October 1864 under a cloud of controversy which led to the burning of a town in Virginia as retaliation.

One of Quantrill's raiders. Note the two pistols worn backwards in the holsters, says something about the man.

One of Quantrill's (female) raiders. Note the two pistols worn backwards in the holsters.

Albert Woolson - the last Civil War Veteran. #civilwar

Albert Woolson: The Last Civil War Veteran

Albert Woolson was a former Union drummer boy and the last surviving Civil War veteran. Born in Antwerp, NY on February 11 in he died at the age of 109 on August 2 in 1956 in Duluth, Minnesota.

Nancy Hanks Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln's mother. - original pinner is a descendant of one of her brothers.

She was born in 1784 in Hampshire County, W. Virginia and died in 1818 in Spencer County, Indiana. She is buried at the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial. She was married to Thomas Lincoln from

Major Sergeant Thomas P "Boston" Corbett 8x10" Hand Color Tinted Civil War Photo

Portrait of Sergeant Boston Corbett (the soldier who claimed he shot John Wilkes Booth)

Veterans 1938  Images from the last veterans reunion at Gettysburg.

AWESOME -> Veterans 1938 Images from the last veterans reunion at Gettysburg.

Michael Maloney. He emigrated from Ireland to Minnesota, where he was drafted into the Union Army in 1864. His regiment served mainly in Georgia. He survived the war and died at age 54 in 1884.

Private Michael Maloney: He emigrated from Ireland toMinnesota, where he was drafted inot the Union Army in His regiment served mainlyin Georgia. He survived the was and died at age 54 in

Confederate raider John Hunt Morgan (June 1, 1825 – Sep 4, 1864) was a Confederate general and cavalry officer in the American Civil War.  Morgan is best known for Morgan's Raid when, in 1863, he and his men rode over 1,000 miles covering a region from Tennessee, up through Kentucky, into Indiana and on to southern Ohio. This would be the farthest north any uniformed Confederate troops penetrated during the war.

Confederate raider John H. My great grandfather David Asbury Camp Captain Ga. Calvary road with him

John Clem and Brother.  John Clem, who, at twelve years old, was the youngest Seargent in the US Army in the Civil War.

What 12 year old do you know that would be this brave? John Clem and Brother. John Clem, who, at twelve years old, was the youngest Sergeant in the US Army in the Civil War.

Lieutenant General Stephen D. Lee, CSA (1833-1908)

Stephen Dill Lee (September 1833 – May was an American soldier, and the youngest Confederate lieutenant general of the American Civil War (but no relation to Robert E.

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