Erkunde Delaware, Bürgerkriege und noch mehr!

Fine Antique Gar Medal / Ribbon - Delaware Civil War Veteran - Gettysburg - Nr

Fine Antique Gar Medal / Ribbon - Delaware Civil War Veteran - Gettysburg - Nr

BENJAMIN BIGGS DELAWARE CIVIL WAR CONGRESSMAN ANTIQUE AUTOGRAPH SIGNATURE

Benjamin biggs delaware civil war congressman antique autograph signature

Taken in Indianapolis, Indiana.; Adelia Carter New was born around 1821. She served as a nurse during the Civil War. She died in Indianapolis, Indiana May 9, 1892. She is buried at Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis, Indiana. She is the namesake of the Muncie, Indiana chapter of the Daughters of Union Veterans.

Taken in Indianapolis, Indiana.; Adelia Carter New was born around 1821. She served as a nurse during the Civil War. She died in Indianapolis, Indiana May 9, 1892. She is buried at Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis, Indiana. She is the namesake of the Muncie, Indiana chapter of the Daughters of Union Veterans.

During the American Civil War, the Union used Fort Delaware as a prison for Confederate prisoners of war. Description from bartchristmas.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

During the American Civil War, the Union used Fort Delaware as a prison for Confederate prisoners of war. Description from bartchristmas.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

A Quaker Officer in the Civil War: Henry Gawthrop of the 4th Delaware (Civil War Series)

A Quaker Officer in the Civil War: Henry Gawthrop of the 4th Delaware (Civil War Series)

Fort Delaware Civil War Prison Approximately 2700 Confederate soldiers died while being held captive at Fort Delaware. Marker reads: Erected by the United States to mark the burial place of 2436 Confederate soldiers who died at Fort Delaware while prisoners of war and whose graves cannot now be individually identified.

Fort Delaware Civil War Prison Approximately 2700 Confederate soldiers died while being held captive at Fort Delaware. Marker reads: Erected by the United States to mark the burial place of 2436 Confederate soldiers who died at Fort Delaware while prisoners of war and whose graves cannot now be individually identified.

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