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When Time Seemed Long, But Home Was Near - On Duty At Fort Whipple In June, '65
When War Had Lost Its Glamour - Provost-Marshal's Office In Alexandria, 1863
Where a Federal Victory Seemed Assured
Where An Army Gave Its Own Orders
Where Blue And Gray Were Cared For Alike - After Spotsylvania
Where Broadsides Struck
Where Burnside Held Knoxville, November 17 - December 4, 1863
Where Butler's Troops Crossed - Broadway Landing On The Appomattox
Where Confederate Prisoners From The West Were Confined
Where Ewell's Charge Surprised Grant
Where Five Thousand Confederate Prisoners Lay Encamped
Where Gordon's Men Attacked, Fort Stedman
Where Grant Found Out His Mistake
Where Grant's Campaign Was Halted
Where Is Grant?
Where Jackson Struck
Where Jackson's Men Scored
Where Lincoln Was Under Fire
Where Men Worked Like Moles
Where Numbers Told
Where Patrick Henry Spoke
Where Prisoners Prayed For Liberty
Where Reynolds Fell at Gettysburg
Where Sherman Failed
Where The Blockaders Came Too Late
Where The Cavalry Rested - Castle Murray, Near Auburn, Virginia
Where The Confederates Wavered
Where The Federal Cavalry Was Trained
Where The First Federal Prisoners Were Sent - Young South Carolinians At Drill
Where The Light Failed - Gas Works At Petersburg
Where the Lines Were Swept Back
Where The Photographer "Drew Fire"
Where the Pontoons Ran Short
Where The Sailors Attacked - The Mound Battery At Fort Fisher
Where The Thunderbolt Fell
Where Uniforms Were Lacking, But Resolution Was Firm
Where Vicksburg's Fate Was Sealed
Where Western Soldiers Were Trained By Grant (1 of 2) Camp Butler
While big brother's attention is riveted on some object up the road on Okinawa,
Whistling Dick The Pet of The Confederate Gunners
White House Landing
Why federal Cavalry Began Late
Wideband Recording equipment
William B. Bate
William B. Haslett
William Barksdale
William Black
William D. Pender
William E. Starke
William F. McNutt. M.D.

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