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Historic Sign Federal Artillery. Bentonville, North Carolina. Paul Chandler April 2019.

Historic Sign Confederate Attacks. Bentonville, North Carolina. Paul Chandler April 2019.

Historic Sign Battle of Bentonville. Bentonville, North Carolina. Paul Chandler April 2019.

Historic Sign Union Line. Bentonville, North Carolina. Paul Chandler April 2019.

Historic Sign Confederate Line. Bentonville, North Carolina. Paul Chandler April 2019.

Historic Sign Sherman Encampment. Bentonville, North Carolina. Paul Chandler April 2019.

Historic Sign Junaluska. Robbinsville, North Carolina. Paul Chandler April 2019.

Historic Sign. Hillsville, Virginia. Paul Chandler April 2019.

Historic Sign Independence, Virginia. Paul Chandler April 2019.

War Department Tablet for Douglas's Texas Battery

Historic Sign Confederate Cemetery. Bentonville, North Carolina. Paul Chandler April 2019.

Historic Sign Hardee's Charge. Bentonville, North Carolina. Paul Chandler April 2019.

Battle of Goldsborough Bridge Marker

Confederate Cannon in Poe Field, Chickamauga

For a few early afternoon hours on April 2, 1865, three hundred Mississippi infantrymen and a pair of gun crews from the Washington Artillery of New Orleans ...

Historic Sign Warrenton Courthouse. Warrenton, Virginia. Paul Chandler April 2019.

Company B, North Carolina 3rd Light Artillery Battalion a/k/a The Edenton Bell Battery: The Skinner Brothers and Josiah Nowell, three first cousins. "

William Reese's name on the Pennsylvania monument.

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Photograph depicting an African American soldier in the Union Army, taken at a North Carolina

Life on Campaign, Summer Living History at Bentonville Battlefield. Four Oaks, NC

Fort Macon State Park

Battle of Bentonville — Union artillery in action on the Morris Farm, late afternoon, March 19, 1865

Campaign of the Carolinas

Battle of Roanoke Island, February 8, 1862

Fugitive Confederate President Jefferson Davis, seated on the left, signs official papers for a

Artillery: Finding An Artillery Manual

Sherman's advance: Tennessee, Georgia and Carolinas (1863–65).

James Skinner's 1st Muster Roll

Finding Aid: May/June 2006

Ruins of the Chancellor House after the battle of May 1-3, 1863,

Sherman's March in American History and Cultural Memory - Oxford Research Encyclopedia of American History

John H. Wheeler's "Historical Sketches of North Carolina," published ...

Battle of Gettysburg by Paul Philippoteaux

At this point, I don't think anyone who has seriously studied Pickett's Charge doubts the key role played by long and short ranged Union artillery fire in ...

Juneteenth at Stagville. Durham, NC Free

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It was a backwater, compared to operations in Virginia and North Carolina. The Union moved too slowly, and while the operation did ...

... green of the historic 1767 Chowan County Courthouse in Edenton, NC. The "Edenton" will shortly be moved and displayed beside the "St. Paul" in Edenton's ...

Map of Historic Sites in North Carolina

Fort Fisher's and North Carolina's World War II Experience

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Historic Tredegar Iron Works

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Traveling Exhibit: The First Gulf War at Historic Edenton. Edenton, NC

The Chancellorsville-Wilderness Crossroads

There was not time to finish them before the Confederate attack opened the battle, and the artillery of Casey's Division was hurriedly placed in position ...

... from North Stonington, Connecticut. Diary entries record work, social and church activities, weather, and financial affairs. Also included are comments ...

Sherman's March in American History and Cultural Memory - Oxford Research Encyclopedia of American History

BATTLE OF DESPAIR

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Photo of CSS Neuse Civil War Interpretive Center, Courtesy Civil War Trails, Circa 4/6/18

Image from the collection. Map of North Carolina ...

Joseph Skinner's parole document

Battle of Gettysburg

Fort Fisher history lives on - News - Wilmington Star News - Wilmington, NC

Table of Contents. Introduction to NC Digital History ...

Traveling Exhibit: Women Making History at Historic Edenton. Edenton, NC

Roll of Honor record for J. D. Skinner

Historic sign commemorating the action on April 9, 1863

United States Army General and Staff officers hat insignia worn during the Civil War by General

General Gordon is buried in St. Paul's Episcopal Cemetery at Wilkes County, North Carolina. (Son of Carolina, Augustus White Long, Duke University Press, ...

Confederate General Joseph E. Johnston, right, realized the futility of prolonging the war

Kelleys Point Map

Get perspective

List of Confederate monuments and memorials

Gen. Richard Taylor. Destruction and Reconstruction.

Enfilading fire, 4th Indiana Battery, morning September 20

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... "Old" Joe Johnston and William Tecumseh "Cump" Sherman. In Virginia, two of the other top commanders -- R.E. Lee and U.S. Grant -- were still slagging ...

Antiaircraft Artillery Fort Fisher Firing Range North Carolina Office of Archives & History

Stonewall Jackson Elementary School, Dallas

Civil War soldiers gathered around a fire, preparing food. At an encampment, a

Davis's party, carrying the final $500,000 of the Confederate treasury, crosses the Pee Dee

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Joseph Skinner's 1st Muster with the NC 3rd Light Artillery

Slumber by the Sound at Historic Edenton. Edenton, NC

The Wilmington Campaign: Last Rays of Departing Hope: Jr. Chris E. Fonvielle: 9780811729918: Amazon.com: Books

Sherman's March in American History and Cultural Memory - Oxford Research Encyclopedia of American History

Police stand guard after the confederate statue known as Silent Sam was toppled by protesters on campus at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, ...

Address : Memorial Ave and 9th street. Town/Suburb/City : North Wilkesboro State/County/Province : NC Country : USA

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE 1st SOUTH CAROLINA CALVARY HAMPTON'S BRIGADE LETTER SIGNED

Painted by Paul Wilhelmi. Copyright, 1901, by Perrien-Keydel Co., Detroit, Mich., U. S. A.

The Galveston Daily News. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 102, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 4, 1885 - Page 5 of 8 - The Portal to Texas History

Map of North Carolina Civil War Battles.jpg

1st Muster for Josiah

Fort Negley Park Saved

Photography of a Civil War Regiment (LOC). Were there any unidentified female soldiers

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In Richmond, Tredegar Foundry cast four bronze cannons on April 28, 1862, using the metal melted from the bells of Edenton. The Albemarle Artillery unit's ...

Nashville 1864: From the Tennessee to the Cumberland (Campaign)