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During the Civil War, the largest employer in Lenoir City, TN was a cotton mill… History For Kids, Us History, American Civil War, American History, Lenoir City, Confederate States Of America, Union Army, Civil War Photos, Interesting History

Tennessee History for Kids

During the Civil War, the largest employer in Lenoir City, TN was a cotton mill, owned by Dr. Benjamin Ballard Lenoir (whose father founded the town). When the Union Army got to town, they burned the Lenoir’s general store because the family supported the Confederacy. But before they got to the cotton mill, Dr. Lenoir gave the secret Masonic handshake to several of the Union officers – so they didn’t burn it down.

Unidentified woman, with jewelry woven into hair - Missouri History Museum / Born in Inspirational primary resources - Part 2 Period photographs Victorian Photos, Victorian Women, Antique Photos, Vintage Pictures, Vintage Photographs, Old Pictures, Vintage Images, Old Photos, Victorian Era

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404 | No one has the foggiest idea what happened here.

Burring the dead at Murfreesboro,Tenn. after the Civil War Battle of Stones River. - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale! Confederate States Of America, America Civil War, Confederate Monuments, Us History, American History, Carolina Do Sul, Abraham Lincoln, War Image, Civil War Photos

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Burring the dead at Murfreesboro,Tenn. after the Civil War Battle of Stones River.

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Women In The Civil War Some historians believe that somewhere between 3,000 and 8,000 women volunteered their services as nurses throughout the duration of the Civil War, the majority of them being...

 "Dead Confederate soldier outside the walls of Fort Mahone." Wet plate glass negative, left half of stereo pair, by Thomas C. Civil War glass negative collection, Library of Congress American Civil War, American History, Shorpy Historical Photos, Confederate States Of America, War Image, War Photography, Civil War Photos, Us History, Military History

Requiem Aeternam: 1865 high-resolution photo

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 during the Civil War. Click the image for more Civil War sites of Washington DC. Historical Sites, Historical Photos, American Civil War, American History, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Civil War Art, Us History, Ancient History

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Pennsylvania Ave. during the Civil War. Click the image for more Civil War sites of Washington DC.

A Civil War-era demonstration of the use of anesthesia in amputations. (Image cour- tesy of the Contributed Photographs Collection, Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine. Medical History, Us History, History Photos, Army Medic, Scary Facts, City Hospital, War Image, Vintage Medical, Civil War Photos

Five Medical Innovations of the Civil War

Last year marked the 150th anniversary of the first gunshots of the Civil War -and the first gunshot wounds. As it turns out, the bloodiest war in American history was also one of the most influential in battlefield medicine. Civil War surgeons learned fast, and many of their MacGyver-like solutions have had lasting impact. Here are some of the advances and the people behind them. Life Saving Amputation: The General who Visited his Leg The old battlefield technique of trying to save limbs…

Archie Clement, Confederate guerrilla fighter, child soldier, and founder of his own rebellion cell which would later become known as the James-Younger Gang. American Civil War, American History, Wild West Outlaws, Old West Photos, Confederate States Of America, American Frontier, Civil War Photos, Le Far West, Mountain Man

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