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The Notes From President Lincoln’s Autopsy By Dr. Joseph Janvier Woodward And Dr. Robert King Stone Lincoln was shot April 1865 by John Wilkes Booth while watching a play at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D. The Civil War had ended just days. Abraham Lincoln Family, Lincoln Life, Mary Todd Lincoln, American Presidents, American Civil War, American History, Lincoln Assassination, Presidential History, Civil War Photos

Abraham Lincoln Autopsy Notes Reveal The Horror Of An Assassin's Gunshot

The Fenimore Art Museum in Cooperstown, NY just opened a new installation, "Autopsy for a Nation: The Death of Abraham Lincoln," marking the 150th anniversary of Lincoln's assassination. The exhibit's key items include handwritten notes by the physicians who conducted the President's autopsy.

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The Battle of Dover/Confederate Mass Grave Historical Marker

(side 1) The Battle of Dover Feb. (A historical marker located in Dover in Stewart County, Tennessee.)

The State of Louisiana monument is southwest of Gettysburg. Louisiana sent over men to Gettysburg. Confederate Monuments, Confederate States Of America, Confederate Statues, Gettysburg National Military Park, Gettysburg Battlefield, Louisiana History, American Civil War, American History, Civil War Photos

State of Louisiana monument at Gettysburg

State of Louisiana monument at Gettysburg, with photos, text from the monument and map location

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Chickahominy River & Seven Days' Battles

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Varina Howell Davis, wife of Jefferson Davis, the Confederate president, had a low opinion of Confederate hero and spy Rose Greenhow. Portrait by John Wood Dodge of Davis as she appeared in National Portrait Gallery American Presidents, American Civil War, American History, Southern Heritage, Southern Pride, Southern Style, Confederate States Of America, Confederate Monuments, Jefferson Davis

VARINA DAVIS, FIRST LADY OF THE CONFEDERACY

She was born at Natchez, Mississippi, the daughter of William Burr Howell and Margaret L. Kempe. Her father was from a distinguished family in New Jersey; his own father Richard Howell having served several terms as Governor of New Jersey who died when William was a boy; his mother a relative of Jonathan Edwards and…

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1863: “Friends Among Strangers”

February 14, 1863 …Your delightful letter of six pages received a welcome reception this evening. I am thankful to see that our kind Heavenly Father is again restoring mother to health. I felt uneasy about her, and thought that Joseph had better make a visit home. I have made the restoration of mother’s health a…

As Lee Surrenders, President Lincoln in his last days happily grants a favor to the Captain Abraham Lincoln Civil War, Abraham Lincoln Family, Mary Todd Lincoln, Robert E Lee, American Civil War, American History, Presidential History, General Lee, Mr President

General Lee Surrenders: Lincoln's Last Days | Shapell Manuscript Foundation

Abraham Lincoln wrote a prophetic letter to Captain Bradford in his last week alive, right after accepting Robert E Lee's surrender. See it here:

The Zouave Uniform worn by Thomas M. Hoyle - Corporal, Company E, 114 PA Infantry - Present and on duty at Gettysburg, July 1863 Old Person, Unknown Soldier, Union Army, War Image, Civil War Photos, July 1, Gettysburg, American Civil War, Pennsylvania

The Struggle at Gettysburg

The 114th Pennsylvania and Barksdale's Charge through Mr. Sherfy's Peach Orchard

The American Civil War was a civil war fought in the United States of America. In response to the election of Abraham Lincoln as President of the United States, eleven southern slave st… American Revolutionary War, American Civil War, World War I, World History, Confederate States Of America, Civil War Photos, History Photos, African American History, Ancient History

American Civil War Photos

The American Civil War (1861–1865) was a civil war fought in the United States of America. In response to the election of Abraham Lincoln as President of the United States, eleven southern slave states declared their secession from the United States and formed the Confederate States of America ("the Confederacy"); the other 25 states supported…

American Civil War Monuments Elizabeth Thorn Statue Evergreen Cemetery Gettysburg, PA Photos and Text courtesy of LCWRT Member C. America Civil War, Gettysburg, Southern Style, Historical Sites, Monuments, Cemetery, Evergreen, Statue, American

Louisville Civil War Round Table

American Civil War Monuments Elizabeth Thorn Statue Evergreen Cemetery Gettysburg, PA Photos and Text courtesy of LCWRT Member C...

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