This is a picture of General Robert E Lee with Traveller.

AMERICAN CIVIL WAR ¥ This is a rare picture of General Robert E Lee with Traveler, looking tired, muddy & miserable with the weight of the Confederate world on his shoulders.

Our Most Beloved Sons of the South Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, and P.G.T. Beauregard. The other generals are pictured around the outer edge of the leaf, forming a frame for the three in the center. The lithograph also shows the Confederate National Flags, and the Battle Flag of the Army of Northern Virginia. The top center portion features a portrait of Jefferson Davis. This is an absolutely stunning piece

Flags of the Confederate States of America. Our Heroes Our Flags. Stonewall Jackson, P. Beauregard, Robert E. Lee, surrounded by bust portraits of Jefferson Davis, and Confederate Army Officers.

*FACES of the CIVIL WAR ~ ca. 1860-1880, [portrait of a gentleman after amputation]

Civil War, [portrait of a gentleman after amputation] via Flesh World, “Masterpieces of Medical Photography”

Skull from Civil War. Fatal wound inflicted by exploding 12 pound artillery shell

Skull from Civil War. Fatal wound inflicted by exploding 12 pound artillery shell

National Museum of Health and Medicine - Skull from civil war battle. Fatal wound inflicted by exploding 12 pound artillery shell.

Circa 1864, U.S. Army surgeon, Dr. S. Baird Wolf, about to amputate an arm.  Civil War

The name “sawbones” was correctly applied to military surgeons behind battle lines. When injuries required amputations, the doctor literally sawed off the patient’s bone. This Civil War-era photo shows a surgeon about to amputate a soldier’s arm.

Elisha Hunt Rhodes (March 21, 1842 – January 14, 1917) was an American soldier who served in the Union Army of the Potomac for the entire duration of the American Civil War, rising from corporal to colonel of his regiment by war's end. Rhodes' illustrative diary of his war service was quoted prominently in Ken Burns' PBS documentary The Civil War.

Elisha Hunt Rhodes (March 1842 – January was an American soldier who served in the Union Army of the Potomac for the entire duration of the American Civil War, rising from corporal to colonel of his regiment by war's end.

Uniform of Gen Patrick Cleburn, worn the day he was killed at the battle of Franklin, TN.

American Civil War Artifacts - Uniform of Gen Patrick Cleburn, worn the day he was killed at the battle of Franklin, TN. - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

William T. “Bloody Bill” Anderson (1838 – 1864)  was a notorious Confederate guerrilla leader with whom Jesse James associated for a brief period during the Civil War.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Jesse James: The Confederate Guerrilla

William T. "Bloody Bill" Anderson – October was one of the deadliest and most brutal pro-Confederate guerrilla leaders in the American Civil War. Anderson led a band that targeted Union loyalists and Federal soldiers in Missouri and Kansas.

Brilliant man.  When he spoke of the Civil War...he spoke about it as if it were still taking place.  He could put you right there in the battle...you could practically smell the smoke and hear the gunshots.  I would have loved to sit out on a frontporch on a summer night with some sweet tea and listen to him...talk about anything. His books are wonderful.

About Shelby Foote: Shelby Dade Foote, Jr. was an American novelist and a noted historian of the American Civil War, writing a massive, three-volume hist.

culp's hill | Gettysburg - 3rd Day, Culp's Hill...', Pennysylvania, 3 July 1863.

Doctors Chamberlain and Lyford, the standing men in this view, operated the embalming firm of Dr's.

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