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Civil War Soldier?

Isn’t this a wonderful photo?  Her dress is early Civil War era – notice the gathering at the waist, which later in the decade is cut to fit.  117 more words

Genealogy Ramblings

A Dozen Children of Civil War Soldiers Are Still Alive!

 

Iris Lee Gay Jordan                                  Fred Upham

I have mentioned my current book project only once in my blog.  The book will tell the story of my great great grandfather’s role in the Civil War based upon his diary. 411 more words

"Children Of Civil War Veterans Still Walk Among Us"

Interesting thoughts about Civil War manuscript collections

To my readers, I want to apologize for neglecting this blog for so long and not posting anything for almost a year. I have not left blogging and am not done with this site, but life’s been quite busy with teaching and trying to finish a dissertation, so my free writing time has been limited. 660 more words

Union Army

CIVIL WAR - BATTLE OF 7 PINES (1862)

Welcome to the American Photo Colorizing.com photo blog! We colorize black & white photos for museums, educators, media . . . . . and families like yours. 125 more words

Armstrong-Bacon Hall

Driving down Main Street in the village of Pittsford, one can feel the history. The four corners are anchored by three historic structures: the Wiltsie & Crump building, which was constructed in 1886; the Phoenix building and the Parker building. 436 more words

Monroe County NY

CIVIL WAR - SOLDIERS IN CAMP (1862)

Welcome to the American Photo Colorizing.com photo blog! We colorize black & white photos for museums, educators, media . . . . . and families like yours. 123 more words

POW's Past and present!

It is and probably always has been one of the top 3 fears for a soldier. It sits, equal to death or serious injury in that dark cloud that hovers over every soldier. 331 more words