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Stonewall Jackson: The Gory Details of May 3-10, 1863. His Wound, Evacuation, Transport & Medical Care

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"Captain R. E. Wilbourne, provides a much more detailed account of the actual wounding, and severity of Jackson's injuries. Wilbourne states that Jackson's entire party, with the exception of himself and a member of the signal core, lieutenant William Win, had been killed, wounded, or dispersed. Wilbourne and Win...

Caption This! Week 20

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The Henry Rifle saves three 1st DC Cavalrymen

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Read the description that is found in the history of the 1st Maine Cavalry then view the video to see what the firepower of three men armed with Henry rifles looks like by using the link
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Pausing By Our Unknown Dead, Memorial Day 1861 To 1865

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Maybe this photograph of men remembering this fallen soldier has an ID somewhere. I can't find it and we can't see what is written on a rough headboard. There's what looks to be a well trodden path leading into this field, what looks to be a camp far into a field across the road but we don't know where the farm may...

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Witness Trees at Gettysburg
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Nominated by @JPK Huson 1863


This Thread was started in May 2009, and has over 100 pages of...

The Shakers and the Civil War in Kentucky

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The Historic Centre House is one of 34 surviving buildings located at Pleasant Hill.
During a 105-year span, the Pleasant Hill Shakers constructed more than 260 structures on the property.
@Southern Unionist and I recently had the opportunity to spend a week exploring the...

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