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The Civil War Sketches of Adolph Metzner (1861–64)

- October 24, 2017 in 1st German, 32nd Regiment Indiana Infantry, Adolph Metzner, art, battle, camp life, civil war, death, war

Remarkable collection of sketches, drawings and watercolours left to us by Adolph Metzner, during his three years of service with the 1st German, 32nd Regiment Indiana Infantry.

The Civil War Sketches of Adolph Metzner (1861–64)

- October 3, 2017 in 1st German, 32nd Regiment Indiana Infantry, Adolph Metzner, art, battle, camp life, civil war, death, war

Remarkable collection of sketches, drawings and watercolours left to us by Adolph Metzner, during his three years of service with the 1st German, 32nd Regiment Indiana Infantry.

The Civil War Sketches of Adolph Metzner (1861–64)

- October 3, 2017 in 1st German, 32nd Regiment Indiana Infantry, Adolph Metzner, art, battle, camp life, civil war, death, war

Remarkable collection of sketches, drawings and watercolours left to us by Adolph Metzner, during his three years of service with the 1st German, 32nd Regiment Indiana Infantry.

Lofty Only in Sound: Crossed Wires and Community in 19th-Century Dreams

- April 5, 2017 in civil war, Culture & History, dream, dreams, Featured Articles, paranormal, poetry, psychology, Science & Medicine, telepathy, us civil war

Alicia Puglionesi on a curious case of supposed dream telepathy at the end of the US Civil War, and the important role dreams played in how a traumatised nation responded to the conflict.

What Became of the Slaves on a Georgia Plantation? (1863)

- March 21, 2017 in antebellum, civil war, emancipation, gambling, georgia, journalism, plantation, rain, slave auctions, slave plantations, slavery

A scathing article exposing the horrors of a the biggest slave auction in American history.

What Became of the Slaves on a Georgia Plantation? (1863)

- March 21, 2017 in antebellum, civil war, emancipation, gambling, georgia, journalism, plantation, rain, slave auctions, slave plantations, slavery

A scathing article exposing the horrors of a the biggest slave auction in American history.

What Became of the Slaves on a Georgia Plantation? (1863)

- March 21, 2017 in antebellum, civil war, emancipation, gambling, georgia, journalism, plantation, rain, slave auctions, slave plantations, slavery

A scathing article exposing the horrors of a the biggest slave auction in American history.

What Became of the Slaves on a Georgia Plantation? (1863)

- March 21, 2017 in antebellum, civil war, emancipation, gambling, georgia, journalism, plantation, rain, slave auctions, slave plantations, slavery

A scathing article exposing the horrors of a the biggest slave auction in American history.

Reed Bontecou’s Portraits of Wounded Soldiers (1865)

- March 8, 2016 in american civil war, civil war, civil war injuries, civil war photographs, medical photography, us civil war

Photographs of injured American Civil War soldiers created by Reed B. Bontecou, a New York surgeon who played a key role in documenting the very many casualties of the Civil War battlefields.

Reed Bontecou’s Portraits of Wounded Soldiers (1865)

- March 8, 2016 in american civil war, civil war, civil war injuries, civil war photographs, medical photography, us civil war

Photographs of injured American Civil War soldiers created by Reed B. Bontecou, a New York surgeon who played a key role in documenting the very many casualties of the Civil War battlefields.