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CPT James Keith Boswell

Jedediah Hotchkiss (1828–1899)

... "Reminiscences of the Tennessee: The Civil War in the West." He is most remembered for his post-war work as editor of "Confederate Veteran" magazine.

Jefferson Davis Jr

Confederate Soldier with carbine, possibly a Maynard Carbine. Many soldiers wore their hats as tri-corns invoking the Revolutionary spirit of He didn't own ...

James Keith Boswell was later reburied in a marked grave in Fredericksburg Confederate Cemetery

A comrade remembered Pelham, giving a glimpse of this young artilleryman as his friends knew him:

Colonel Logan H. Salyer, Company H, Virginia Infantry

Finding Aid: July/August 1988

Preston Smith (December 25, 1823 – September 19, 1863) was a lawyer

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... Joseph O. “Jo” Shelby was a famous Confederate cavalry general. He was born in Lexington, Kentucky, on December to Orville and Anna Boswell Shelby.

One of the thousands of Civil War soldier portraits that will likely remain forever unidentified.

Jedidiah Hotchkiss, one of Boswells friends (no known image restrictions)

Civil War Jesse James

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36th Alabama Infantry | Co. B, · American Civil WarAmerican ...

David Gardiner Tyler - was a Civil War Veteran Congressman. The son of US President John Tyler, he served in the Confederate Army as a Private in the ...

Finding Aid: November/December 2007

Loreta Janeta Velázquez - a Cuban born woman who dressed as a male Confederate soldier during the Civil War Loreta Janeta Velázquez as herself, ...

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Cpt. James Hubbard Fraser, "Limestone Rebels", Company E, 26th/

Finding Aid: January/February 1988

General George Pickett, infamous for the disastrous charge made in the Battle of Gettysburg.

Sunlight at Chancellorsville, near the site where Hotchkiss returned. Worrisomely absent, James Keith Boswell ...

Jedediah Hotchkiss

Confederate General Joseph R.

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General Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard- a classic southern look

Emerging Civil War. Providing fresh perspectives on America's defining event

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An original color-tinted sixth-plate ruby ambrotype of Lt. John R. Emerson, who served in Company E of the 26th North Carolina, from the collection of ...

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Joseph ...

A passing shot: here is Captain James Keith Boswell's grave at the Confederate Cemetery this morning. He fell in the volley that mortally wounded Stonewall ...

Jefferson Davis

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Defenders of honor or shoot-on-sight vigilantes? Even in 19th-century America, it was hard to tell

John Pelham, age 16

They fell in the thousands during three brutal days of carnage in a crossroads community in southeast Pennsylvania. The ground hallowed by their ...

Maj. Homer L. "Al" Smith

From Ecclesiastical Chronicle for Scotland, Volume 2, by James Frederick Skinner Gordon; pg

Tribe – Indigenous Americans in the Civil War

Black in Grey — Did Some African Americans Really Fight For the Confederacy? – MilitaryHistoryNow.com

Little more than a week after Dennis and Mildred Halferty learned that their son, initially reported missing, had been killed in Korea, Anna Musick received ...

Alex Rossino

Ellis H. Hatfield

... which ended in a Confederate victory that is often considered General Robert E. Lee's “perfect battle,” as he successfully defeated an army ...

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James Duane Clark

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Field Notebook of Captain James Keith Boswell


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It supposedly shows armed African American soldiers dressed in rebel grey. Someone has even added a caption declaring ...

Civil War News $3.00

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Confederate Cemetery

Civil War ancestors provide many remarkable stories

Military Collection Descriptions

The ...

“Bronze Guns & Iron Men” (1985); Painting by Don Troiani.

John Pelham, 1860

George Elphinstone, 1st Viscount Keith

John Floyd Goodman

1825 – Edward Lloyd Thomas, Brigadier General (Confederate Army) died in 1898

He is buried in the Normandy American Cemetery, Colleville-sur-Mer, France (Plot A, Row 3, Grave 36).

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{www.fulkerson.org} Descendants of Captain James Fulkerson

Griffin, John C. - A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE CONFEDERACY - McFarland Pub - ISBN# 0786417447 - BRAND NEW Oversized Laminated Hardcover - 238pp - Photos ...

Here's the uncropped original showing Federal troops in their light blue winter tunics with a Union officer.

Today was, indeed, the first time that we know that any sort of organized groups representing the African American Community, the former Confederacy, ...

Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson // Confederate general and strong Christian; Died May 10th, 1863 after being wounded at Chancellorsville, Va.

Few ...

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Sarah “Sallie” Dandridge

Modern photo of Confederate Memorial.

Leonard Boswell

A romantic depiction of a clansman illustrated by R. R. McIan, from James Logan's The Clans of the Scottish Highlands, 1845.

Goodman as the commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, speaks about his 41 years of service during his change of command and retirement ceremony, ...

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{www.fulkerson.org} Descendants of Captain James Fulkerson