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greasegunburgers:    On 15 November 1863, during the Civil War, Fort Moultrie opened a heavy, evening bombardment on Union Army positions at Cumming’s Point, Morris Island, South Carolina, which also resulted in USS Lehigh grounded. Still under Confederate fire in the morning, USS Nahant was able to release her. Five sailors from Lehigh received the Medal of Honor for their heroic line work, which freed their ship.

greasegunburgers: On 15 November 1863, during the Civil War, Fort Moultrie opened a heavy, evening bombardment on Union Army positions at Cumming’s Point, Morris Island, South Carolina, which also resulted in USS Lehigh grounded. Still under Confederate fire in the morning, USS Nahant was able to release her. Five sailors from Lehigh received the Medal of Honor for their heroic line work, which freed their ship.

1864. A passel of Yankees in repose. "Federal picket post near Atlanta, Georgia." Wet collodion  glass plate negative by George N. Barnard

1864. A passel of Yankees in repose. "Federal picket post near Atlanta, Georgia." Wet collodion glass plate negative by George N. Barnard

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Ce bâtiment doit en effet dater du milieu du XIXe. La citation de Bourdé de la Villehuet n'a rien à voir avec la gravure de Pierre Ozanne, on combat bien entend

Général George Crook. George R. Crook (September 8, 1828 – March 21, 1890)[1][2] was a career United States Army officer, most noted for his distinguished service during the American Civil War and the Indian Wars. During the 1880s, the Apache nicknamed Crook Nantan Lupan, which means "Grey Wolf." Wikipedia

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