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Civil War Photography Exhibit at California African American Museum Is a Tribute to Black Soldiers - Los Angeles - Arts - Public Spectacle

Civil War Photography Exhibit at California African American Museum Is a Tribute to Black Soldiers - Los Angeles - Arts - Public Spectacle

Private Francis Brownell - Private Brownell is the soldier that killed James Jackson (the proprietor of the Marshall House) after Jackson killed Colonel Elmer Ellsworth for pulling down the large Confederate flag at the Marshall House. Original photographs from the Civil War

Private Francis Brownell - Private Brownell is the soldier that killed James Jackson (the proprietor of the Marshall House) after Jackson killed Colonel Elmer Ellsworth for pulling down the large Confederate flag at the Marshall House. Original photographs from the Civil War

Photograph shows the an interior view of Fort Moultrie a few days after the April 1861 bombardment. Damage from Sumter's return fire is shown on the large house in the distance.

Photograph shows the an interior view of Fort Moultrie a few days after the April 1861 bombardment. Damage from Sumter's return fire is shown on the large house in the distance.

#CivilWar at 150: Women on the homefront, such as Mary Chestnut, left diaries that gave valuable insights into the war.

#CivilWar at 150: Women on the homefront, such as Mary Chestnut, left diaries that gave valuable insights into the war.

Recently I read Andrew Schmookler’s article entitled, “The Spirit That Drove Us to Civil War Is Back” in the Huffington Post.  It is both compelling and disturbing, both inpinpointing similarities ...

Recently I read Andrew Schmookler’s article entitled, “The Spirit That Drove Us to Civil War Is Back” in the Huffington Post. It is both compelling and disturbing, both inpinpointing similarities ...

Deep in the collections of the Library of Congress are ghostly images and voices of Union and Confederate soldiers

Deep in the collections of the Library of Congress are ghostly images and voices of Union and Confederate soldiers

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