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[Civil War Union Soldier with Rifle and Canteen, in Studio] - American - Artist Nationality: - Original Medium, Materials or Technique: AmbrotypeWe print high quality reproductions of historical maps, photographs, prints, etc. Because of their historical nature, some of these images may show signs of wear and tear - small rips, stains, creases, etc. We believe that in many cases this contributes to the historical character of the item.

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Photograph size: 9x12 inches | Ready to frame in any standard size frame | Frame Not Included | Archival Quality Reproduction | Historic photograph: Unidentified Officer, Confederate Uniform, Wife, Baby, American Civil War, Family Archival Quality Reproduction on Ultra-Premium Luster Paper - Weight: 240 gsm, Thickness: 10 mil, ISO Brightness: 97%

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This historic Civil War boxed set showcases a three-cent nickel (1865), two-cent piece (1864 or 1865), and 3 U.S. Postage Stamps. Both coins were designed by James Longacre. The three-cent nickel was first minted in 1865 and the two-cent piece was first issued in 1864. The U.S. Postage Stamps commemorate Abraham Lincoln (1958 4-cent Lincoln-Douglas Debate Stamp, 1959 1-cent Beardless Lincoln) and the Civil War (1963 5-cent Battle of Gettysburg). PRODUCT DETAILS: Dimensions: 8 1/2" L x 5" W x…

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Expeditionary Force 54ACW-04BUSA Civil War Union Artillery New in Box 9 Figures - 4 Poses with swappable heads Light Blue Plastic (shown darker in the photo) Figures are approximately 2" - 2.25" tall American Civil War 1861-1865 Assembly required on figures - glue may be needed

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The Civil War had a profound effect on American history. Your students will acquire an understanding of this period of U.S. history as they complete the many engaging and informative projects in The American Civil War. You get information pages, maps, a timeline, arts and crafts projects, reading and writing connections, and evaluation forms. The teacher pages feature step-by-step project directions and photographs of the completed projects.

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History comes alive for kids like no textbook can in this epic account of the American Civil War that's perfect for history buffs and reluctant readers! From courageous cavalry rides deep into enemy territory to harrowing covert missions undertaken by spies and soldiers, the events of the American Civil War were filled with daring figures and amazing feats. This exhilarating overview covers the biggest battles as well as captivating lesser-known moments to entertain kids with unbelievable…

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Imagine the history this U.S. coin has seen. It comes from the Civil War, the greatest conflict ever fought on American soil. The Indian Head Penny was minted from 1859 to 1909, and in this special collector's display, your penny will always have a mint year from 1861 to 1865, the years of the Civil War. Hand-selected for quality, mounted with historic illustration in a protective case that allows for viewing both sides. PRODUCT DETAILS: Dimensions: 5 3/8" L x 3 3/8" W x 5/16" H Material…

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- High-quality resin-coated photo base paper- Has a basis weight of 260 gsm and a thickness of 10 mil which provides a durable photo feel.- Vivid, lifelike images are similar to traditional silver halide prints. Premium Luster Photo Paper delivers highly saturated prints with high ink absorption rates and a wide color gamut.- Shipped in protective tube- Last up to 200 years color and 400 years black-and-white

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If you were a Confederate prisoner during the Civil War, you might have ended up in this infamous military prison in Chicago. More Confederate soldiers died in Chicago's Camp Douglas than on any Civil War battlefield. Originally constructed in 1861 to train forty thousand Union soldiers from the northern third of Illinois, it was converted to a prison camp in 1862. Nearly thirty thousand Confederate prisoners were housed there until it was shut down in 1865. Today, the history of the camp…

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