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Gen. William T. Sherman - Civil War

US Major General William T. Sherman, Civil War general famous for burning Atlanta Georgia during his "March to the Sea".

Admiral Dahlgren Union Navy Civil War

President Lincoln was "always delighted with the wise and witty sailor-talk of John A." John Hays, Lincoln's Secretary Lincoln and future Admiral John Dahlgren shared an interest in old machines and new inventions

Studio portrait of Major General William Tecumseh Sherman (182-1891) in Washington, 1865, by Matthew Brady. Sherman is considered one of the ablest Union Generals of the American Civil War

The photographs that captured a nation at war: Little known Civil War photographer’s dramatic images from the front line which were like nothing ever seen before in c19th America

Studio portrait of Major General William Tecumseh Sherman in Washington, by Matthew Brady. Sherman is considered one of the ablest Union Generals of the American Civil War Just studied him in my Civil War class!

William Tecumseh Sherman

William Tecumseh Sherman burned a swath 80 miles wide as his army marched through Georgia, decimating the state. The Civil War would be more aptly referred to as the War of Northern Aggression.

Joseph Hooker (November 13, 1814 – October 31, 1879) was a career United States…

Joseph Hooker (November 1814 – October was a career United States army officer that commanded the Army of the Potomac at the Battle of Chancellorsville.

Col. James H. Childs, died in the Battle of Antietam, September 17, 1862.

Childs, died in the Battle of Antietam, September - - check Moon library file for name.

Color restoration of Sgt. Ambrose Burnside, Union Army head during the Civil War by Alyssa Gorraiz with Restoring History In Photos. | https://restoringhistoryinphotos.com

Colonel Ambrose Burnside, US Army leader during the American Civil War. Sergeant George Armstrong Custer, US Army Leader during the American Civil War.

Maj General Mansfield Lovell - Confederate Army 1861 - Civil War Portrait Poster

Maj General Mansfield Lovell - Confederate Army 1861 - Civil War Portrait Poster

Major General Mansfield Lovell, officer of the American Civil War Confederate Army

General Grant Colorization

Ulysses S. Grant (April 1822 – July Commander in the American Civil War. Under Grant, the Union Army defeated the Confederate military; the war,

John Buford, Jr. (March 4, 1826 – December 16, 1863) was a Union cavalry officer during the American Civil War. A West Point regular, born in the divided border state of Kentucky, he had many Southern connections, but opted to stay in the Union Army. His first command was a cavalry brigade under Maj. Gen. John Pope, & he distinguished himself at Second Bull Run, where he was wounded, & also saw action at Antietam & Chancellorsville. Buford was born in Woodford County, Kentucky

Union Cavalry officer Brigadier General John Buford Jr died December John Buford Jr was born March 1826 in Versailles, Wo.

Gen. William T. Sherman - Civil War

US Major General William T. Sherman, Civil War general famous for burning Atlanta Georgia during his "March to the Sea".

Eyes of Hate: Joseph Goebbels Scowling at Photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt After Finding Out He's Jewish, 1933

Alfred Eisenstaedt—Time & Life Pictures/Getty ImagesJoseph Goebbels in garden of the Carlton Hotel before delivering a radio address, Geneva, September 1933

Admiral Dahlgren Union Navy Civil War

President Lincoln was "always delighted with the wise and witty sailor-talk of John A." John Hays, Lincoln's Secretary Lincoln and future Admiral John Dahlgren shared an interest in old machines and new inventions

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