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William H Steel, Illinois Infantry, Company F From the back of this photo.“Steel with flag borne by Illinois Infantry Company F at the Battle of Stone River, Dec. Steel was shot seven times—three bullets remained in his body. American Civil War, American Flag, American History, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Patriotic Images, Civil War Photos, Old Glory, God Bless America

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William Steel was a young soldier of the 34th Illinois Infantry Co. F when he was shot 7 times at the Battle of Stone River, Dec. 31, 1862. All color guards and bearers of the flag were killed or wounded. Photographed here years later, three bullets remained in his body the rest of Steel's life.

Eighth Kansas Infantry carried in battle at Chickamauga, Civil War, 1863 - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale! Civil War Flags, Civil War Art, American Civil War, American History, Lancaster, Kansas, Flags Of Our Fathers, Gap, Confederate States Of America

Keep the Flag to the Front - Part 6 - Kansas Historical Society

Kansas Historical Society

The American Civil War: Detail of “Sons of Erin,” by Don Troiani. Father Corby rides across the advancing line of the Irish Brigade at Sharpsburg. - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on s Irish American, American Soldiers, American Civil War, American History, Military Art, Military History, Military Diorama, Civil War Art, American Frontier

The Irish Brigade: Gaelic Steel

The Great Sorrow From 1845 to 1852, Ireland had suffered a disaster of biblical proportions. Many called it “The Great Famine;” the Irish called it “An Gorta Mor,” the Great Hunger. Ireland’s...

The 26 th Wisconsin Infantry, a German regiment organized in Milwaukee, Wisconsin left the state for Washington, DC October 6 th . American Flag, American History, Civil War Flags, Gettysburg Battlefield, Union Army, America Civil War, Old Glory, Us History, Military History

A Hard Fought German Regiment

The 26th Wisconsin Infantry, a German regiment organized in Milwaukee, Wisconsin left the state for Washington, DC October 6th 1862. The 26th Wisconsin Infantry was made up mostly of men of German decent and was organized at Camp Siegel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They were mustered into the Union Army September 17th 1862 and left for Washington, DC on October 6th 1862. The 26th joined the 11th Corps at Fairfax Court House, Virginia. They saw their first real action in Chancellorsville in May…

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Civil War Battle Flags - Kansapedia - Kansas Historical Society

Kansas Historical Society

Flag of the Ohio Infantry. At Shiloh the regiment charged the . Flags Of Our Fathers, Civil War Flags, Union Flags, Union Army, War Image, America Civil War, Civil War Photos, Shiloh, Civilization

Shiloh Battle Honors - Union Flags | Shiloh / Pittsburg Landing

Flag of the 13th Ohio Infantry. At Shiloh the regiment charged the famous Washington battery of New Orleans and after a desperate struggle captured it entirely, but only to lose it as the enemy in larger numbers made a charge and retook their pieces. About 1 p. m., when the last grand advance of the Federal army was made, another attempt was made by the 13th to capture the famous battery. It was successful, and the famed guns were once more the trophies of the regiment.

This thirty-four-star American flag reportedly covered Lincoln?s body as it was transported from the Petersen House to the White House on the morning of April During the war, some advisors had urged Lincoln to remove stars representing southern American Civil War, American Flag, American History, American Independence, American Presidents, Civil War Flags, Chicago History Museum, Presidential History, Spangled Banner

United States flag, 1865

United States flag, 1865 Charles F. Gunther Collection, 1920.1689 After Lincoln died on the morning of April 15, 1865, a contingent of Union army soldiers stationed at the Petersen House wrapped his remains in an American flag before placing it in a plain pine box for transport to the White House. According to Chicago History Museum records, this is the flag they used.

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15th Wisconsin Infantry & Their Flag - Wisconsins Civil War Battle Flags

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Historical Flags of Our Ancestors - American Civil War Flags

"Historical Flags of Our Ancestors" contains pictures, brief descriptions and histories of hundreds of historical flags.

Indiana, National Flag A total of four Flags of the Indiana Volunteer Infantry are kept at the Indiana War Memorial in Downtown Indianapolis. Civil War Flags, Civil War Art, Afghanistan War, Iraq War, Military Art, Military Flags, Union Flags, Civil War Photos, National Flag

Flags of the Regiment

This Flag is a later Regimental Flag for the 31st Indiana Volunteer Infantry.

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8th Wisconsin Infantry & Their Flag - Wisconsins Civil War Battle Flags

8th Wisconsin Infantry & Their Flag - Wisconsins Civil War Battle Flags