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"Liberty Or Death" Confederate Flag captured by Pvt. William Pvt. William Goodman, Co. I, Fifth Michigan Cavalry when his Custer Cavalry Brigade unit overran a Confederate baggage train at Jack's Shop, Virginia at the time Confederate General J. E. B. Stuart was there protecting Lee's retreat from Gettysburg. Goodman was captured at James City, Virginia on October 11, 1863, and died a prisoner of war at Andersonville, Georgia on July 24, 1864.

"Liberty Or Death" Confederate Flag captured by Pvt. William Pvt. William Goodman, Co. I, Fifth Michigan Cavalry when his Custer Cavalry Brigade unit overran a Confederate baggage train at Jack's Shop, Virginia at the time Confederate General J. E. B. Stuart was there protecting Lee's retreat from Gettysburg. Goodman was captured at James City, Virginia on October 11, 1863, and died a prisoner of war at Andersonville, Georgia on July 24, 1864.

Soldiers on the Battlefield of Antietam - Antietam, Maryland. General John C. Caldwell and staff on battlefield. It was taken in 1862 by Gardner, Alexander, 1821-1882.  The image shows United States troops. A US Battle Flag is seen behind the men.

Soldiers on the Battlefield of Antietam - Antietam, Maryland. General John C. Caldwell and staff on battlefield. It was taken in 1862 by Gardner, Alexander, The image shows United States troops. A US Battle Flag is seen behind the men.

This image is one of the most misidentified photographs published about the Civil War. Usually referred to as ‘young Confederates off to war’ it actually shows members of Company A, First Virginia Infantry, the “Richmond Grays,” at John Brown’s execution in 1859. The Valentine Museum

Photo of Confederate soldiers; National Parks Service, The Civil War: Soldiers & Sailors Database

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Maj. Myers, Lieuts. Stryker, and Norton, Harrison’s Landing, Virginia,  August 1862. (10th Pa. Reserves); photo taken by Alexander Gardner in August 1862. Library of Congress Civil War glass negative collection.

Major Myers and Lieuts. Stryker and Norton, Harrison’s Landing, VA, Aug. photo taken by Alexander Gardner. (Library of Congress Civil War glass negative collection)

CIVIL WAR FIELD NURSES CDV – A RARE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR IMAGE | eBay- I don't know if they are nurses, but it's a lovely group of ladies.

Written in pencil on back “Field Nurses.” This is an original Civil War CDV showing eight nurses in excellent condition. Published in Letters from a Sharpshooter, page with the caption “Angels of mercy – a group of Civil War nurses.

William RosecransUnion General William Rosecrans marched part of Grant’s army toward Iuka through rugged country, ran into problems and got behind schedule. Courtesy Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, LC-B8172-2001 A.

William Rosecrans: Union General William Rosecrans marched part of Grant’s army toward Iuka through rugged country, ran into problems and got behind schedule. Courtesy Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, A.

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