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It is estimated that anywhere between 620,000 to 850,000 soldiers died in America’s Civil War from 1861 to 1865. while the war between North and...

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Arresting images of the Vietnam War that depict life away from the battlefield and the soldier's interaction with civilians have been immortalized in a new book and exhibition.

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In remembrance of the soldiers who served in the Civil War, the Liljenquist Family donated their rare collection of over 700 photographs to the Library of Congress

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J. Henry Shafer entered the Civil War at the age of 15 as a drummer boy. This photo shows him with his drumsticks which look like they are made out of small tree branches. He enlisted with the Iowa Volunteers 4th Infantry and served for the entire war.

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Photo editor Kendra Rennick began collecting slides taken by Vietnam War veterans after her friend's father died and left behind a box of images he took.

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Absolutely One Of The Most Moving Civil War Images We've Ever Cataloged - Carte-De-Visite Of A Federal Soldier - Available at 2012 December 8 Civil War &...

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On June 2, 1863, an article in the semi-weekly Raleigh newspaper the North Carolina Standard, the nickname “Tar Heel” appeared—one of the first known uses in print. Describing battle actions from a month earlier, Sgt. George W. Timberlake reported: The troops from other States call us “Tar Heels.” I am proud of the name, as tar is a sticky substance, and the “Tar Heels” stuck up like a sick kitten to a hot brick, while many others from a more oily State slipped to the rear, and left the “Tar…

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In remembrance of the soldiers who served in the Civil War, the Liljenquist Family donated their rare collection of over 700 photographs to the Library of Congress

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