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John Fulton Reynolds - Civil War Union Major General. One of the top Union Generals in the Civil War. Rose from commanding a brigade to commander for the Army of the Potomac's I Corps. Fought in Battles of Second Bull Run, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville and Gettysburg. While posting elements of the famed "Iron Brigade" at Gettysburg he was shot and instantly killed in a Confederate volley, thus making him both the first and the highest ranking General to die in the engagement.

John Fulton Reynolds - Civil War Union Major General. One of the top Union Generals in the Civil War. Rose from commanding a brigade to commander for the Army of the Potomac's I Corps. Fought in Battles of Second Bull Run, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville and Gettysburg. While posting elements of the famed "Iron Brigade" at Gettysburg he was shot and instantly killed in a Confederate volley, thus making him both the first and the highest ranking General to die in the engagement.

The Civil War Picket: Rare crate of Civil War rifles yields picture of daring…

The Civil War Picket: Rare crate of Civil War rifles yields picture of daring Civil War blockade runners

Gettysburg. I'm proud to live in the state of this historical place. My husband is dead set on us staying there over night.. crazy man! Lol.

Gettysburg: Cemetery Hill and the gate. A sign posted near the gate said, "No firearms allowed".

Private Thomas Evans was awarded the Medal of Honor, November 26th 1864 for his actions at Piedmont, Virginia.

Civil War Medal Of Honor. Thomas Custer, George's brother, earned two Medals of Honor during the Civil War.

A Confederate Veteran posing with the gun he carried in battle and wearing a Confederate Veteran medal pinned to his jacket in the early 1920’s. He was later buried with both. In Pulaski, Va.

A Confederate Veteran posing with the gun he carried in battle and wearing a Confederate Veteran medal pinned to his jacket in the early He was later buried with both. In Pulaski, Va.

Bernard Gardner, Co. H, 1st U.S. Sharpshooters. Who doesn't love to learn about sharpshooters? This would be a cool history unit for gifted kids. Maybe even incorporate some math into it.

Bernard Gardner, Co. Who doesn't love to learn about sharpshooters? This would be a cool history unit for gifted kids. Maybe even incorporate some math into it.

This Hotchkiss shell was an early recovery from the Antietam Battlefield. Can also be seen in my book Civil War Artillery - A Pictorial Introduction. R. Jones collection.

This Hotchkiss shell was an early recovery from the Antietam Battlefield. Can also be seen in my book Civil War Artillery - A Pictorial Introduction. - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

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Giles Alexander Smith. (1829-76). New York

Born in New York, when the Civil War began he was in Missouri, where he joined his.

Union - General John Aaron Rawlins (February 13, 1831 – September 6, 1869) was an United States Army general during the American Civil War, a confidant of Ulysses S. Grant, and later U.S. Secretary of War.

Union - General John Aaron Rawlins (February 1831 – September was an United States Army general during the American Civil War, a confidant of Ulysses S. Grant, and later U. Secretary of War. - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sal

Brigadier General Thomas Leonidas Crittenden, USA  (1819 – 1893)

XXI Corps Commander Army of the Cumberland - Brigadier General Thomas Leonidas Crittenden, USA –

Civil War Battle Flag of the 7th Pennsylvania Reserves (36th PA Volunteers)

Civil War Battle Flag of the 7th Pennsylvania Reserves (36th PA Volunteers)

Civil War Battle Flag of the Pennsylvania Reserves PA Volunteers) Elias Rice served and died at Andersonville, Georgia a POW.

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