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Fort Sumter as seen from Morris Island, Charleston harbor, S.C.

Fort Sumter as seen from Morris Island, Charleston harbor, S.C.

The Bullet That Killed Abraham Lincoln

The Bullet That Killed Abraham Lincoln

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General Ulysses S. Grant (center of bench beside tree) on eve of Siege of Petersburg VA, 1864.

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General Ulysses S. Grant (center of bench beside tree) on eve of Siege of Petersburg VA, 1864.

THE OLD SLAVE MARKET. Here we are in Florida. This open-sided auction house is…

THE OLD SLAVE MARKET. Here we are in Florida. This open-sided auction house is…

Perhaps the most dramatic of the war’s first photographic views is this study of…

Perhaps the most dramatic of the war’s first photographic views is this study of…

"Sallie rests at the foot of the 11th PA infantry monument in Gettysburg. Sallie was a brindle pit bull who fought the civil war with the men of her infantry and when many of them were killed and wounded, she was recovered from the scene protecting her dead and dying men."

"Sallie rests at the foot of the 11th PA infantry monument in Gettysburg. Sallie was a brindle pit bull who fought the civil war with the men of her infantry and when many of them were killed and wounded, she was recovered from the scene protecting her dead and dying men."

USS Hartford (1859-1926), port bow, while at the Charleston Navy Yard, Charleston, S.C., October 6, 1917. Photographed through Mylar sleeve. Library of Congress Collection, Subject Files.

USS Hartford (1859-1926), port bow, while at the Charleston Navy Yard, Charleston, S.C., October 6, 1917. Photographed through Mylar sleeve. Library of Congress Collection, Subject Files.

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