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Editors Picks: The 10 most intriguing photographs in Military Images magazine for 2020

Editors Picks: The 10 most intriguing photographs...

Looking back through the four issues published in 2020, I am struck by the variety and quality of the images. They reflect the enthusiasm and energy of...

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Hidden Beauty of an Ambrotype

Hidden Beauty of an Ambrotype

Using a scanner equipped with a film negative feature, Adam Ochs Fleischer used this setting to scan an ambrotype of a sailor. The result was a scan that...

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“Palms of Victory”

“Palms of Victory”

Mary Dines escaped slavery in Maryland and fled to Washington, D.C., where she spent time at a Freedman’s camp and had the opportunity to sing for President...

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10th New York Cavalry

10th New York Cavalry

Three surviving carte de visite albums filled with images of identified troopers of the 10th New York Cavalry are at the heart of this investigation. The...

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Fifers

Fifers

A gallery of images collected in collaboration with Editor Dale Nielsen of the Facebook group “The Image Collector” and contributions by collectors,...

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Finding Aid: Winter 2021

Finding Aid: Winter 2021

Vol. XXXIX, No. 1(80 pages) Print issue out of stockPurchase PDFSubscribe to MIExplore the MI Archives: Browse | Advanced search | Tutorial Inside Cover...

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Black Friday

Black Friday

Give the gift of Civil War photos to your family’s history buff. Go to shopmilitaryimages.com and use the code BLACKFRIDAY to save 50% off a new...

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Chaplain Chronicles

Chaplain Chronicles

Faces of 40 Union and Confederate clergymen and their stories of spirituality, slavery, courage, caregiving, patriotism, suffering and death during the...

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Agent of the Cotton War

Agent of the Cotton War

Most know James T. Ames as a New England sword maker. He was also a global manufacturer of munitions and cotton machinery with Confederate connections....

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Perfect Tiger

Perfect Tiger

Elisha Strong Kellogg, the colonel who led the 2nd Connecticut Heavy Artillery into the 1864 Battle of Cold Harbor, was a study in contrasts. “His nature...

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