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Lone Star  1st Texas Regiment a Antietam  Don Troiani artwork  The renowned Texas brigade starved and sleep deprived managed to take the field from the Northerners in perhaps the most vicious and definitely most bloody battle of the entire war. The Texans suffered an 82% CASUALTY RATE in the fray.

Lone Star-Hood's Texas Brigade, Antietam-Don Troiani

The last battle of the Civil War took place in . . . Texas. The Battle of Palmito Ranch was fought on May 12 – May 13, 1865 on the banks of the Rio Grande about twelve miles east of Brownsville, Texas. Ironically, the Confederates won this battle and then, learning of the surrenders to the east and the capture of Jefferson Davis by Union forces, they surrendered the next day.

Th Confederate battle flag was never any more of a racist symbol during the Civil War than the Texas state flag was. And it's sad that biggoted, narrow minded, hateful people have made it that way.

Η ΜΟΝΑΞΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΑΛΗΘΕΙΑΣ: Πάμε για εμφύλιο στις ΗΠΑ

1862 Antietam Lone Star - Don Troiani

Tom Lovell (1909 – 1997)

"Youth's hour of Glory", Tom Lovell

THAT DEVIL FORREST    Nashville Campaign  November 23, 1864

That Devil Forrest by John Paul Strain Civil War Military Print

69th Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Infantry defends the Angle, Gettysburg, July Art by Don Troiani.

The 51st Pennsylvania Regiment storms across Burnside's Bridge at the Battle of Antietam, Md. This regiment was carrying three flags at the time

Pennsylvania Infantry and New York Infantry assault Rohrbach (Burnside's) Bridge, Antietam, September Art by Don Troiani.

Hood's Brigade at Gettysburg

"Hood's Texans: Battle of Gettysburg, July by Mark Maritato. despite vigorous protest to move around the Union left Longstreet refused to alter Lee's original orders. Hood leads his Texans in a frontal assault.

"Retreat by Recoil" the 9th Massachusetts battery fights a rear guard action by the Trostle farm, at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863.

John Bigelow's Massachusetts Battery holding off William Barksdale's Confederates at the Trostle Farm Gettysburg, July 1863

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ACW Confederate: Detail from The Emmitsburg Road, Gettysburg July by Don Troiani.

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