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3rd Indiana Cavalry: a number of styles of hats worn by Federal soldiers during the Civil War. A soldier, second from left on the back row, wears the brimmed, wool felt hat was common for both officers and male civilians of the time. A soldier, second from right in back row, wears a softer, less-constructed version of same hat that was more popular with farmers and other laborers of the day. Other men wear variations on the hat that is most closely associated with the Civil War, the billed…

Indiana Cavalry - Petersburg, Virginia Detachment of Indiana Cavalry. It was made in The photo documents main eastern theater of war, the siege of Petersburg, June

Unidentified soldier in Union uniform holding kepi with cavalry insignia, cavalry saber, and Smith and Wesson revolver. c. 1861.

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform holding kepi with cavalry insignia, cavalry saber, and Smith and Wesson revolver] (LOC)

Cpl. Thomas H.B. McCain, Company I, 86th Indiana Infantry. Later promoted to sergeant.

McCain, enlisted as corporal in Company I of the Indiana Infantry, mustered out as first lieutenant

19th Indiana Infantry Regiment, part of the Iron Brigade.

The Indiana Infantry fought at Second Bull Run, South Mountain, Antietam, Gettysburg

John Penland, 57th Indiana Infantry, Co. K. Died of wounds received in Battle of Stone River on Jan. 4, 1863.

John Penland, Indiana Infantry, Co. Died of wounds received in Battle of Stone River on Jan.

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Brigade Officers of the Horse Artillery Commanded by Lieutenant Colonel William Hays - Near Fair Oaks, VA, 1862

This one is identified on the back of the plate as James Absher of Co. F, 2nd Indiana Cavalry. James would enlist in early September 1861, and he would serve until his capture in the area of the Chattahoochie River. James is shown here dressed in his cavalry uniform with a carbine sling over one shoulder and the sling for his sword belt worn over the other. His massive cavalry saber is held up right propped up against his shoulder while he cradles his carbine in the other hand.

James Absher company F Indiana Cavalry/ Enlisted captured near Chattahoochie River sent to Andersonville Prison discharged mid-Jan 1865

Above we show a remarkable photo of Petersburg, Virginia Group of Company G, 114th Pennsylvania Infantry (Zouaves). It was made in 1864.  The illustration documents Photograph from the main eastern theater of war, the siege of Petersburg, June 1864-April 1865.

Above we show a remarkable photo of Petersburg, Virginia Group of Company G, Pennsylvania Infantry (Zouaves). It was made in The illustration documents Photograph from the main eastern theater of war, the siege of Petersburg, June

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US Civil War Infographic poster. Will There Be Another Civil War Soon Due To U. Government Neglect Against It's Own People

1861-65 "The photographic history of the Civil War" : thousands of scenes photographed 1861-65, with text by many special authorities" (1911)   Authors: Miller, Francis Trevelyan, 1877-1959 Lanier, Robert S. (Robert Sampson), 1880-

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Officers of the New York Infantry, Provost Guard - Culpeper, VA, September 1863

Civil War Photograph of Kady Brownell Husband in Uniform with Their Weapons

Kady Brownell, dressed in her Zouave uniform, seated with her husband, Robert Brownell. Kady is holding a bayonet and Robert holding a sword.

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