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Virginia at War Barely 20 miles south of Washington, invaders encountered their first formidable river.  Confederates saw these rivers as natural barriers, ready-made for defense.  These Confederate soldiers posed defiantly for a camera across the Rappahannock River from their position at Fredericksburg.

Virginia at War Barely 20 miles south of Washington, invaders encountered their first formidable river. Confederates saw these rivers as natural barriers, ready-made for defense. These Confederate soldiers posed defiantly for a camera across the Rappahannock River from their position at Fredericksburg.

View from Confederate fort, east of Peachtree Street, looking east, Atlanta, Georgia

View from Confederate fort, east of Peachtree Street, looking east, Atlanta, Georgia

This picture was taken in 1864, during the Civil War. It shows a fortified bridge over the Cumberland river near Nashville, Tennessee. Perhaps similar to the bridge that Ambrose Bierce described in his story "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge."

This picture was taken in 1864, during the Civil War. It shows a fortified bridge over the Cumberland river near Nashville, Tennessee. Perhaps similar to the bridge that Ambrose Bierce described in his story "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge."

Monument to the 72nd Pennsylvania at The Angle - Gettysburg

Monument to the 72nd Pennsylvania at The Angle - Gettysburg

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Unfinished Confederate graves near the center of the battlefield.  1863 July

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Unfinished Confederate graves near the center of the battlefield. 1863 July

Museum Bought Photo Of Civil War Soldier Who Saw Abraham Lincoln Assassinated-Spencer Bronson figured the gunshot he heard was part of the play Since enlisting in Company B of the Wisconsin 7th...

Museum Bought Photo Of Civil War Soldier Who Saw Abraham Lincoln Assassinated-Spencer Bronson figured the gunshot he heard was part of the play Since enlisting in Company B of the Wisconsin 7th...

"Confederate flag flying over Fort Sumter in Charleston South Carolina Harbor - April 1861" -- Click through for a remarkable collection of "Real Photographs of Charleston SC Forts, Cannons and Ruins" from the Civil War years. Find more here: http://www.civil-war.net/searchphotos.asp?searchphotos=Charleston,%20SC

"Confederate flag flying over Fort Sumter in Charleston South Carolina Harbor - April 1861" -- Click through for a remarkable collection of "Real Photographs of Charleston SC Forts, Cannons and Ruins" from the Civil War years. Find more here: http://www.civil-war.net/searchphotos.asp?searchphotos=Charleston,%20SC

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Petersburg, Virginia, the first Federal army wagon train entering the town in April of 1865. (John Reekie/LOC) #

Petersburg, Virginia, the first Federal army wagon train entering the town in April of 1865. (John Reekie/LOC) #

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