The Battle of the Wilderness May 5-6, 1864

The Battle of the Wilderness May 5-6, 1864 (Hardcover)

The Battle of the Wilderness May 5-6, 1864

Duyckinck's Civil War - "BATTLE OF THE WILDERNESS" - Steel Engraving - 1865

Duyckinck's Civil War - "BATTLE OF THE WILDERNESS" - Steel Engraving - 1865

Victor Castillo, 'The Battle of the Wilderness,' 2017, Jonathan LeVine Projects

Victor Castillo, 'The Battle of the Wilderness,' 2017, Jonathan LeVine Projects

A wild boar piglet, in the Forest of Dean, Glos

Stunning images of natural Britain capture animals in air, sea and on land as part of photography-based conservation initiative

Ulysses S. Grant, Union Commander in the Battle of the Wilderness. Getty Images The 10 Bloodiest Battles of the Civil War: Battle of the Wilderness - This battle took place in Virginia between May 5-7, 1864. It resulted in 25,416 casualties. The confederacy won this battle.

Ulysses S. Grant, Union Commander in the Battle of the Wilderness. Getty Images The 10 Bloodiest Battles of the Civil War: Battle of the Wilderness - This battle took place in Virginia between May 5-7, 1864. It resulted in 25,416 casualties. The confederacy won this battle.

The Battle of Spotsylvania Court House Summary & Facts | Civilwar.org, Charles Huntington fought here.

The Battle of Spotsylvania Court House Summary & Facts | Civilwar.org, Charles Huntington fought here.

USA.  Civil War Centennial Issue. Battle of the Wilderness, 1864. Centenary of the Battle of Wilderness.  Scott A619 1181.  Issued 1964 May 5.  Giori Press Printing, Perf. 11, 5c. ldb.

USA. Civil War Centennial Issue. Battle of the Wilderness, 1864. Centenary of the Battle of Wilderness. Scott A619 1181. Issued 1964 May 5. Giori Press Printing, Perf. 11, 5c. ldb.

None can narrate that strife in the pines,A seal is on it – Sabaean lore!Obscure as the wood, the entangled rhymeBut hints at the maze of war –Vivid glimpses or livid through peopled gloom, And fires which creep and char –A riddle of death, of which the slainSole solvers are.  –Herman Melville, “The Armies of the Wilderness"  Image: Skulls remaining on the field and trees destroyed at the Battle of the Wilderness, 1864, Virginia. Source: Wikipedia.

None can narrate that strife in the pines,A seal is on it – Sabaean lore!Obscure as the wood, the entangled rhymeBut hints at the maze of war –Vivid glimpses or livid through peopled gloom, And fires which creep and char –A riddle of death, of which the slainSole solvers are. –Herman Melville, “The Armies of the Wilderness" Image: Skulls remaining on the field and trees destroyed at the Battle of the Wilderness, 1864, Virginia. Source: Wikipedia.

ca. 1864, [carte de visite portrait of Henry O. Nightingale], JNO Holyland Metropolitan Gallery    An abolitionist, Nightingale joined the Northern army at the start of the Civil War in 1861. In 1862 he joined the 108th New York Infantry Regiment. He fought in a dozen battles, including Gettysburg, and was promoted to corporal on March 1, 1864.

ca. 1864, [carte de visite portrait of Henry O. Nightingale], JNO Holyland Metropolitan Gallery An abolitionist, Nightingale joined the Northern army at the start of the Civil War in 1861. In 1862 he joined the 108th New York Infantry Regiment. He fought in a dozen battles, including Gettysburg, and was promoted to corporal on March 1, 1864.

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