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Civil War Snipers by fstroupe
John Sedgewick, By Brian0918 at en.wikipedia [Public domain], from Wikimedia Commons My favorite last words are those of Yankee general John Sedgwick. He was berating some of his staff for taking cover from long range CS sharpshooters at Spotsylvania :"Why are you dodging like this? They couldn't hit an elephant at this distance." This was just before he was shot in the head. The range was ...

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Could someone please help me in identifying the type and rank of this uniform? This man is a relative of mine, and I know that he fought in the 11th North Carolina, survived a head-wound at ...
by Some Guy - 9 minutes ago
Is there a map or publication that identifies the location of all of the field hospitals? I have often seen these field, division and corps hospitals identified at other battlefields or in ...
by R. S. Burke - 15 hours ago
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by robertjohn99 - 19 hours ago
I have heard of that book, I didn't know the story behind it though, that's really sad!
by Vale - 21 hours ago
I think that's part of being from our days western world. We cannot understand how can a slave accept his position peacefully and not fight to change it and we forget these were different ...
by jade - 1 day ago
Thanks Jim, Would like to have it, but your email address doesn't show on your post as mine probably won't either! Flypop57 at America online dot com.
by Donald Miller - 1 day ago
If you are trying to sell the sword, would it be better to try to fix a loose hilt or to leave it as is?
by Vale - 2 days ago
EastTennesse1948, your jacket sounds interesting too, especially since you have a direct connection to it!
by Vale - 2 days ago
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