September 17, 1862 Battle of Antietam fought near Sharpsburg, Maryland - the Union soldiers were buried after the battle, the Confederate soldiers unburied, left on the ground where they fell. Antietam is the bloodiest single-day battle in American history, with 22,717 dead, wounded, and missing on both sides combined.
Canadian troops in Falaise, Normany, 17 August 1944, the day the town was secured.
civil war winter camps | Confederate camp outside Nashville, TN. Winter 1864. (Library of ...
The small town of Sharpsburg, Maryland lies in the narrow strip of the state between Virginia and Pennsylvania. Just east of the town winds a small stream known as Antietam Creek bordered by farms. This patch of farmland would forever change when the Confederate and Union Armies clashed one September day in 1862. The Battle of Antietam became known as the bloodiest day of the Civil War with over twenty three thousand men dead or wounded in a single day and many those souls, still linger.
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civil war pictures | Gettysburg, Pennsylvania Confederate dead gathered for burial at the ...
Jefferson Davis & Robert E. Lee both died without a country. In 1865 Lee applied for pardon but the documents were never recognized, he died w/out citizenship in 1870. A century later a worker discovered the oath in the National Archives, Gerald Ford restored his citizenship posthumously in 1975. After the fall of Richmond, Davis was imprisoned for treason. When he got out 2 years later, his citizenship was denied. Jimmy Carter finally restored his citize
Ford on Bull Run. Blackburn's Ford. | by The U.S. National Archives