Following the Battle of Stones River, Maj. Gen. William S. Rosecrans, commanding the Army of the Cumberland, remained in the Murfreesboro area for five and
Two Sixth Plate Tintypes & Journal of Sgt. W. H. Thompson, 17th Indiana. Cowan’s item description (2005): “The inside front page is signed Wm. H.
Tired, hungry and proud, the black soldiers of the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry stood in the light of the setting sun and awaited the call
[Original Civil war letter from occupied Confederate Nashville, Tennessee, under the military governor, Andrew Johnson] 4 page letter with original envelope from William Henry Ruse of the 97th
On this day in May 1863 the siege of Vicksburg began. To learn more about the Vicksburg campaign download the Civil War Trust Vicksburg Battle App®.