Friday, August 8, 2014

A Group of Union Soldiers Who Worked as Servants for Officers Posing in Camp Winfield Scott Near Yorktown, Virginia (1862)

A group of Union soldiers known as the "beef-killers" who worked as servants for officers in Camp Winfield Scott near Yorktown, Virginia, May 3, 1862. By James F. Gibson. Animated stereoscopic photographs.


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Unknown said...

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