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Civil War, DVD
The Civil War
Ken Burnes
DVD

Testament
Testament:
A Soldier's Story
of the Civil War

Civil War
Civil War
Volume 1-3 Box Set

Civil War Trivia and Fact Book
Civil War Trivia
and Fact Book

They Fought Like Demons: Women Soldiers in the Civil War
They Fought Like Demons: Women Soldiers in the
Civil War



A House Divided
Civil War's 150th Anniversary
(2011-15)



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United States Civil War History Posters
for the social studies classroom, home schoolers, and Civil War scholars.


history > CIVIL WAR POSTERS < social studies


Selection of American Civil War posters and charts of Union and Confederate generals, the North and South weapons, Gettysburg and more.



Union Generals Wall Poster
Union Generals
Wall Poster

(not available)

Confederate Generals Wall Poster
Confederate Generals
Wall Poster

(not available)

Civil War Generals, Poster
Civil War Generals, Poster

who is in the poster? who is in the poster?

Battles of the Civil War Map Art Print
Battles of the
Civil War Map
Art Print

Virginia and the War Between the States Poster
Virginia and the War Between the States Poster

Civil War Poster
Civil War
Poster

Famous Civil War Battles, Stretched Canvas Print
Famous Civil War Battles, Stretched Canvas Print

• more US maps posters


Civil War Poster Set (12)
Civil War Poster Set (12)

Map of Union & Confederate States Classroom Poster
Map of Union & Confederate States Classroom Poster

Civil War Mini Poster Set
Civil War Mini Poster Set

Civil War - 14th Amendment Poster
Civil War -
14th Amendment
Poster

Confederate States of America Classroom Poster
Confederate States of America Classroom Poster

Civil War "Farce Book" Poster Set (8)
Civil War "Farce Book" Poster Set (8)


Battle of Antietam - Civil War Panoramic Map - Antietam, MD, Giclee Print
Battle of Antietam - Civil War Panoramic Map - Antietam, MD,
Giclee Print

The Battle of Antietam, the bloodiest single-day battle in American history, with about 23,000 casualties, was fought on September 17, 1862 near Sharpsburg, Maryland, and Antietam Creek. Also known as the Battle of Sharpsburg, it was the first major battle in the American Civil War to take place on Northern soil.


Gettysburg Address, Art Print
Gettysburg Address,
Art Print

Gettysburg Address

Lincoln posters
historic documents posters


American Experience - Abraham and Mary Lincoln: A House Divided, DVD
American Experience -
Abraham & Mary Lincoln DVD

(there are no photographs
of the Lincolns together)

Jefferson Davis and His Wife, Sarah Knox Taylor (the daughter of Zachary Taylor)
Jefferson Davis and His Wife, Sarah Knox Taylor

(the daughter of Zachary Taylor)

b. 6-3-1808; Kentucky
d. 12-6-1889; New Orleans

presidents posters

Black Soldier of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, Memorial in Boston, Photographic Print
Black Soldier of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, Memorial in Boston, Photographic Print

Black Civil War Units Poster

Black Military History posters
Like Men of War: Black Troops in the Civil War, 1862-1865 at Amazon.com


Civil War Hospital, Photographic Print
Civil War Hospital,
Photographic Print

Andersonville POW Camp, Georgia, Photographic Print
Andersonville POW Camp, Georgia, Photographic Print

Goober Peas, Photographic Print
Goober Peas, Photographic Print

USS Monitor Fighting the CSS Merrimack, Battle of Hampton Roads, American Civil War, c 1862, Giclee Print
USS Monitor Fighting the CSS Merrimack, Battle of Hampton Roads, Giclee Print


The Red Badge of Courage, Giclee Print
The Red Badge
of Courage,
Giclee Print

The Red Badge of Courage was a novel set in the Civil War, written 30 years after the struggle by Stephen Crane.

“He suddenly lost concern for himself, and forgot to look at a menacing fate. He became not a man but a member. He felt that something of which he was a part – a regiment, an army, a cause, or a country – was in crisis. He was welded into a common personality which was dominated by a single desire. For some moments he could flee no more than a little finger can commit a revolution from a hand.”

book cover posters
color “Red” posters


Poster Advertising "Uncle Tom's Cabin" by Harriet Beecher Stowe, Giclee Print
Poster Advertising "Uncle Tom's Cabin" by Harriet Beecher Stowe, Giclee Print


Uncle Tom's Cabin is an anti-slavery novel by author Harriet Beecher Stowe. Published in 1852, it was a very early protest novel, and instrumental in drawing attention to the injustice of slavery, forcing Christians to examine their beliefs.

The best-selling novel in the world during the 19th century, Uncle Tom's Cabin illustrates the power of “entertainment” to engrain prejudices and sterotype into the psyche of a culture.

Scholar Henry Louis Gates Jr., in re-examining Uncle Tom's Cabin, has stated that the book is a “central document in American race relations and a significant moral and political exploration of the character of those relations.”

“No one is so thoroughly superstitious as the godless man.” Uncle Tom's Cabin


Oh Captain, My Captain, Poster
Oh Captain, My Captain, Poster

Oh Captain My Captain was a poem by Walt Whitman, who served as a Civil War battlefield nurse, about the death of Abraham Lincoln.

“Our fearful trip is done; The ship has weather'd every rack, the prize we sought is won; The post is near, the bells hear, the people all exulting, While follow eyes the steady keel, the vessel grim and daring; ...”

This poster is illustrated with an advertisement for D.W. Griffith's silent film The Birth of a Nation.

Did you know that Louisa May Alcott also worked as a nurse in the Civil War?


Battle Hymn of the Republic, Poster
Battle Hymn of the Republic, Poster

The Battle Hymn of the Republic was a poem by Julia Ward Howe set to a well known camp meeting tune. The same melody was already a popular marching song known as John Brown's Body. Howe's lyrics links the judgment of the wicked with the American Civil War.


Clara Barton, Giclee Print
Clara Barton,
Giclee Print

Clara Barton
b. 12-25-1821; Oxford, MA
d. 4-13-1912; Glen Echo, MD

Humanitarian Clara Barton was a teacher and nurse who is remembered for her work with wounded in the American Civil War, and organizing the American Red Cross.


Mary Boykin Chesnut
Mary Boykin Chesnut

Pauline Cushman, Giclee Print
Pauline Cushman,
Giclee Print

diarist actress & Union spy

John Brown (1800-59), the Martyr, Pub. by Currier & Ives, 1870, Giclee Print
John Brown the Martyr,
Pub. Currier & Ives, 1870,
Giclee Print

John Brown
b. 5-9-1800; Torrington, CT
d. 12-2-1859; Charles Town, VA - executed by hanging

The abolitionist John Brown “advocated and practiced armed insurrection” as a means of abolishing all slavery. He was active in “Bleeding Kansas” in 1856 and the 1859 raid on an arsenal at Harper's Ferry.

He wrote, on the day of his death; “I, John Brown, am now quite certain that the crimes of this guilty land will never be purged away but with blood. I had, as I now think, vainly flattered myself that without very much bloodshed it might be done.”

FYI - One of the men killed in the raid was Lewis Sheridan Leary, who was the first husband of poet Langston Hughes grandmother.

Fiery Vision: The Life and Death of John Brown


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