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A sign on the wall

Confederate Ammo

Talks about the south's lack of firepower

General Lee's Quarters

Raising a Confederate Soldier

Remnants of Malvern Hill - Henrico, VA

Guilford Greys - 27th Regiment - North Carolina

Confederate Battle Flag - "Any Fate But Submission

African-American Involvement in the War

The Confederate Medical Department

Gear the soldiers carried

More of The Confederate Medical Department

Battle of Fredricksburg - Confederate Victory

The motto of the Commonwealth of Virginia
 

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Confederate Museum in Richmond, Virginia

The Civil War was one of the most trying times in American history. Only 85 years as a nation before the first shots at Ft. Sumter, SC were fired. The casualties for both sides equalled about 600,000 men, or about 2% of the male population of the United States at the time.

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This explains why the south left the union and began the war.