Major General Joseph "Joe" Wheeler C.S.A
General Joseph "Joe" Wheeler 1836-1906, C.S.A Started out as commander of the 19th Alabama Infantry Regiment in the Western Theatre. Fought at Shiloh. Afterwards transferred to the Cavalry for the duration of the war. Ended the war as Major General. No known copyright associated with above photo.
Confederate burial trench (mass grave), one of 5 known trenches on the battlefield. This one reportedly has over 600 Confederate troops in it.
The Tennessee Monument at Shiloh Battlefield
Tennessee Monument at Shiloh Passing of Honor The 14-foot tall bronze sculpture called “Passing of Honor” was created by Pampa, Texas artist G. L. Sanders. The sculpture depicts a sergeant taking a Confederate flag from the hands of a dying soldier while another stands guard over them. The artwork also features eleven stainless steel stars representing the states of the Confederacy. It sits on a black granite base and is adorned with bronze plaques naming the Tennessee units that…
Mysterious, Unclaimed Civil War Images
The Museum of the Confederacy released several photos of unidentified soldiers and their families, hoping they could be identified.
Henry J. Walker, Company B., 24th Tennessee Infantry, was born in Williamson Co, near Franklin,TN. He was 20 years old when he was killed at the Battle of Shiloh.