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Young Federal Soldier

CDV Benton Barracks Armed Civil War Soldier by E. Long with Revenue Stamp

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1/6th plate ambrotype of armed Union soldier

Plate Ambrotype of Armed Civil War Soldier

CIVIL WAR TINTYPE PORTRAIT SOLDIER 1816 SPRINGFIELD, DOUBLE BARREL PISTOL.   | eBay

Civil war tintype portrait soldier 1816 springfield, double barrel pistol

CIVIL WAR TINTYPE PORTRAIT SOLDIER 1816 SPRINGFIELD, DOUBLE BARREL PISTOL. | eBay

Nicholas Biddle  the first African American in uniform to be wounded in the Civil War (April 18, 1861)

Nicholas Biddle, An African American Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

African Americans and the Civil War Even before blacks were officially recognized as federal soldiers, many slaves – including the man in this portrait, known as Nick Biddle – escaped and joined Union.

An absolutely immaculate sixth plate ruby ambrotype. Right here is the reason I love ruby ambrotypes. The depth and clarity of the image is just fantastic! This is a double armed Federal artilleryman. Both of these weapons are probably photographer props as they are well outdated. Across his chest is a single shot percussion boot pistol. In the other hand is held a M1841 Naval officers sword still secured in the frog. Just an all around beautiful image.  It does come housed in a full…

An absolutely immaculate sixth plate ruby ambrotype. Right here is the reason I love ruby ambrotypes. The depth and clarity of the image is just fantastic! This is a double armed Federal artilleryman. Both of these weapons are probably photographer props as they are well outdated. Across his chest is a single shot percussion boot pistol. In the other hand is held a M1841 Naval officers sword still secured in the frog. Just an all around beautiful image. It does come housed in a full…

Isaac Ingalls Stevens (March 25, 1818 – September 1, 1862) was the first Governor of Washington Territory, a United States Congressman, and a brigadier general in the Union Army during the American Civil War until his death at the Battle of Chantilly. He was appointed posthumously to the grade of major general of volunteers. Stevens was born and raised in Massachusetts

Isaac Ingalls Stevens husband of Daniel and Polly's granddaughter, Margaret Lyman Stevens. First governor of Washington Territory, Member of Congress. Killed in action at the Battle of Chantilly in

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