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May 30, 1864. "Port Royal, Virginia. The Rappahannock River front during the evacuation."

May 30, 1864. "Port Royal, Virginia. The Rappahannock River front during the evacuation."

Top Five Causes of the Civil WarLeading up to Secession and the Civil War

Top 5 Causes of the Civil War

Top Five Causes of the Civil WarLeading up to Secession and the Civil War

Yorktown, Va., May 1862. A scene during the Civil War

Yorktown, Va., May 1862. A scene during the Civil War

A captured Confederate encampment near Petersburg, Virginia, in June of 1864. (Timothy H. O'Sullivan/LOC)

A captured Confederate encampment near Petersburg, Virginia, in June of 1864. (Timothy H. O'Sullivan/LOC)

PHOTO BOOK FUN!: 2 More Real Civil War Photos from "The Civil War Through the Camera" The Wounded and the Chain Bridge

PHOTO BOOK FUN!: 2 More Real Civil War Photos from "The Civil War Through the Camera" The Wounded and the Chain Bridge

American Civil War Pictures

American Civil War Pictures

Petersburg, Virginia, the first Federal army wagon train entering the town in April of 1865.

Petersburg, Virginia, the first Federal army wagon train entering the town in April of 1865.

"Men who served that day gave General Grant high praise." Journal of a Cavalry Bugler https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/journal-of-a-cavalry-bugler/id811468095?mt=11

"Men who served that day gave General Grant high praise." Journal of a Cavalry Bugler https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/journal-of-a-cavalry-bugler/id811468095?mt=11

You are looking at an intriguing picture of Fredericksburg, Virginia Wounded from the Battle of the Wilderness. It was taken in 1864 by Gardner, James, b. 1832.

You are looking at an intriguing picture of Fredericksburg, Virginia Wounded from the Battle of the Wilderness. It was taken in 1864 by Gardner, James, b. 1832.

Telegraph Station

Telegraph Station

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