Savage’s Station, headquarters of General George B. McClellan, June 27, 1862 - McClellan used the Richmond & York River Railroad to position his massive Army of the Potomac just a few miles from Richmond.
At 3:45am, Patience 'Boo' Brand drives the tea car and canteen from the WVS Canteen Service depot, whilst Rachel Bingham directs her by torchlight. They have together htiched the trailer onto the car and are on their way to supply refreshments to shelterers emerging for work after a night in the shelter.
How the West was REALLY won: Early settlers on the coach to Deadwood and in pow-wows with the natives revealed in 19th century photographs
Two faces of the native American: Oglala chiefs Red Cloud in full headdress and American Horse wearing western clothing and gun-in-holster. Women and children seated inside an uncovered tipi frame in an encampment near Pine Ridge Reservation.