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Civil War Related Vintage Postcards, Historic Photos and Images

This section makes it possible to view all of the vintage postcard, historic photos, and images currently available related to the American Civil War.

To browse the available vintage views currently available, click on the on names in the list below that you wish to view.

Sultana Steamboat at Helena, Arkansas, The Sultana Disaster (photo)

Andersonville Prison, Andersonville, Georgia (photo)

Providence Spring at Andersonville Civil War Prison Camp, Andersonville, Georgia

National Cemetery at Andersonville Prison, Andersonville, Georgia

Execution of Henry Wirz, Commander of Andersonville Prison, 1865 (photos)

Elmira Prison Camp, Elmira, New York (photos)

Confederates Graves, Woodlawn National Cemetery, Elmira, New York

Railroad Depot, Union Army Covered Wagons, 1864, Atlanta, Georgia (photo)

Destruction of Hood's Ordnance Train, Georgia Central Railroad, Atlanta, Georgia (photo)

Whitehall Street, looking north, Atlanta, Georgia just after the fall of Atlanta, Georgia (photo)

Abraham Lincoln as the Republican Party candidate for President, 1860 (photo)

Abraham Lincoln at his home in Springfield, Illinois (photo)

Abraham Lincoln and Gen. George McClellan on the Antietam Battlefield, 1862 (photo)

Abraham Lincoln delivering his second inaugural address, March 4, 1865 (photo)

Lincoln Monument, Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Illinois

Siege of Yorktown Landing, Virginia, April 5 to May 4, 1862 (photo)

Abraham Lincoln at the Gettysburg Battleground to deliver the Gettysburg Address (photo)

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, On the day of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, 1863 (photo)

Soldiers' National Monument, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (photos)

John L. Burns, "the old hero of Gettysburg", Battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

Major General Abner Doubleday, Monument, Battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

Jennie Wade House, Battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

Soldiers' Orphan's Homestead, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (with Gen. Grant, Porter, and Crawford)

Railroad Depot, Hanover Junction, Pennsylvania (photo)

Bank of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, burned July, 30, 1864 (photo)

General James Shields and Abraham Lincoln Duel (photos)

Ruins of Circular Church, Charleston, South Carolina

Drayton Hall, near Charleston, South Carolina (photo)

Chattanooga, Tennessee, Aerial View, 1864 (photo)

First Wisconsin Cavalry Monument at Chickamauga Park, near Chattanooga, Tennessee

Gen. Hooker and Staff in Winter Quarters, Chattanooga, Tennessee

Railroad Depot at Nashville, Tennessee, 1864 (photo)

Confederate Home, Nashville, Tennessee

Christ Church, Alexandria, Virginia

Price, Birch & Co., Dealers in Slaves, Alexandria, Virginia (photo)

Soldiers' Cemetery (Alexandria National Cemetery), Alexandria, Virginia (photo)

McLean House at Appomattox Court House, Site of Lee Surrender, Virginia (photo)

General Ulysses S. Grant at City Point, Virginia (photo)

General Ulysses S. Grant at his headquarters, Cold Harbor, Virginia (photo)

Recumbent Statue of General Robert E. Lee, Lexington, Virginia

St. Peter's Church, New Kent, Virginia (photo)

Battle of Fisher's Hill Confederate Prisoners, near Strasburg, Virginia (photo)

Stratford Hall, Westmoreland County, Virginia (Robert E. Lee)

Thomas Nelson, Jr. House, Yorktown, Virginia (photo)

Shepherdstown, West Virginia, View from across the Potomac River, 1861-1865 (photo)

The last photograph ever taken of President Abraham Lincoln, March 6, 1865 (photo)

Washington, D. C., Ford's Theatre, Site of Lincoln Assassination (photo)

The Petersen House, where President Abraham Lincoln died (photo)

President Abraham Lincoln Funeral Train Engine (photo)

President Abraham Lincoln Railroad Funeral Car (photo)

Boyhood Home of Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson, near Weston, West Virginia (photo)

Abraham Lincoln, 1858

Old Soldiers' Home and President Lincoln's Cottage (photo)

Major General Lewis "Lew" Wallace, Crawfordsville, Indiana (photos)

Ulysses S. Grant Writing His Memoirs

Major General Alexander McDowell McCook, July 1864

General Stand Watie, grave and tombstone, Delaware County, Oklahoma

A Daughter of the Regiment - GAR - Memorial or Decoration Day

Veterans - ToDay and Yesterday - GAR - Memorial or Decoration Day

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