Shiloh Sunday Pic 6

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Sunrise on the Tennessee River at Pittsburg Landing.


GRAPHIC Excised brain and spinal cord

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Brady photograph possibly showing the effects of disease or a wound.

CSS Georgia: More conserved artifacts go into storage -- at least for now

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Treasures from the CSS Georgia: Conserved artifacts from vessel are carefully stored, awaiting their moment in a museum's spotlight. -- US Navy photo

Shanna Daniel in CSS Georgia storage area in Washington, DC

Where is it Wednesday, Gettysburg?

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Where is this in Gettysburg?

Book Review Twenty-five Hours to Tragedy: The Battle of Spring Hill and Operations on November 29, 1864:

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Author: Jamie Gillum
Title: Twenty-five Hours To Tragedy: The Battle Of Spring Hill and Operations on November 29,1864 Precursor to...

My 1862 dated Springfield Rifle Musket

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I'm certain this one has been worked on a little bit. I'm posting these mainly for reference and comparison. I save pictures of guns from various websites like Gunboards to refer back to..






Trivia Question 7-17-19

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A man with the initials U. S. G. was the son of a Civil War general. He was born in Moline, Illinois in 1867 and grew up to become a professor of geology at Northwestern University. What was the professor's middle name and what was his father's first name?

credit: @hoosier

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