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The American Civil War 1861-1865

Hundreds of people across the nation (and even the world!) are either coming home from or going to a Civil War reenactment this weekend. A reenactment, if you don't already know, is a carefully staged, but painstakingly researched historic battle once fought by American against American on our homeland soil. Crew 1872 is one of those groups of intrepid individuals banded together to remember history and relive that time in history when the Indian Wars were top news headlines and railways westward were being built. When politicians got in way over their heads and the nation went to war; brother against brother, city against city and state against state. The nation was divided and young boys went off to war.

Smith Carbine

4th U.S. Cavalry engaged.


4th U.S. Cavalry in open-field combat




Union troops holding the ridge.


Union troops march out en masse to participate in a huge battle rebel troops in the woods and beyond.


Rebel soldiers look for the living amongst the dead.


Union soldiers waiting for their orders.


Soldiers meet with the fairer sex for a dance.


War correspondents and photographers were at work even during the Civil War.


Union encampment.

War is Hell