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A couple of grizzled noncoms at Manassas. Cropped from a larger image – Manassas, Va.; Men of Co. C, 41st New York Infantry. Photo taken by Timothy H. O’Sullivan; Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. Lincoln, Military, Federal, America Civil War, Union Soldiers, Infantry, Bull Run, Confederate States Of America, Manassas Virginia
A couple of grizzled noncoms at Manassas.
A couple of grizzled noncoms at Manassas. Cropped from a larger image – Manassas, Va.; Men of Co. C, 41st New York Infantry. Photo taken by Timothy H. O’Sullivan; Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C.
an old black and white photo of people sitting around a tent in the grass near trees
Picket Encampment at Blackburn’s Ford.
Picket Station, Bull Run, Federal Encampment at Blackburn’s Ford on Bull Run, July 4, 1862. Photo taken by Timothy H. O’Sullivan. The tent in the picture was known as a dog tent (as only dogs could sleep in it) and it was made of two "shelter halves" which would be carried by two soldiers and then buttoned together and supported by sticks when it came time to bed down for the night. If it was a nice night, however, many soldiers just slept out in the open.
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First Bull Run - July 21, 1861
First Manassas - July 21, 1861
The Iron Brigade played a key role in driving in the initial Confederate left at Antietam, enveloping and nearly destroying Starke's Louisiana and Taliaferro's Virginia/Alabama brigades. Description from armchairgeneral.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images Southern Cross, Wwii Maps, Military Ranks, Military Tactics, Genealogy
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The Iron Brigade played a key role in driving in the initial Confederate left at Antietam, enveloping and nearly destroying Starke's Louisiana and Taliaferro's Virginia/Alabama brigades. Description from armchairgeneral.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
a painting of a man standing next to a horse in front of a group of people
Destination Manassas
the stone house at bull run was built in the 1800's and is now on display
.You were all photographed there A LOT. My first appt. in DC was in Manassas........see - I had no choice! I study WAR! :)
an old black and white photo of men on horses fighting in the field with other people
First Battle of Bull Run
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an old black and white photo of people standing on the side of a train track
Civil War Pictures
Railroad bridge Bull Run
an old black and white photo of a bird flying in the sky over a river
Bull Run, Virginia. The battlefield.
a map showing the battle of waterloo and its positions in which it was fought by french soldiers
150th Anniversary of the Second Manassas
Second Manassas as a whole probably doesn't receive the attention it should, compare to other campaigns of the eastern theater. Description from civilwartalk.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
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Second Battle of Bull Run
Destroyed bridge at Bull Run
an old map showing the battle of bull run
First Battle of Bull Run Manassas Junction Virginia American Civil War
First Bull Run Civil War Battle Map
a group of men walking down a dirt road next to trees in the woods with their backs turned
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Confederate soldiers marching to the First Battle of Bull Run, also known as First Manassas Battle - Civil War reenactment. by NorkusPhoto
an old map showing the battle of bull run in manassas, tennessee on march 4, 1876
Map of battles on Bull Run near Manassas, 21st of July 1861 on the line of Fairfax & Prince William Co[unti]es in Virginia, fought between the forces of the Confederate States and ..."Genls. Beauregard and Johnston, commanding the Confederate, Genl. McDowell, the United States forces, on the 21st. of July 1861, from 7 A.M.-9 P.M." Compare with almost identical map in: The C.S.A. and the Battle of Bull Run / J.G. Barnard, 1862 (E472.18 .B25). Includes text. Oriented with north toward the upper