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The Civil War was fought from 1861-1865. The war would decide whether the Union would remain as one or the Confederate states would successfully gain their independence. It remains the deadliest conflict in American History and was the first time that both mass industry and mobile weaponry would be used on a large scale in support of both armies.
This Civil War Clip Art set features 44 PNG images (22 color and 22 BW) Included in this extensive set are images of many of the key figures, places, weapons and symbols of the war. Among the images are Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant, Robert E. Lee, and Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson; a charging Union officer George Armstrong Custer on horseback; a Confederate Officer leading a charge at the Battle of Bull Run (Manassas); Union and Confederate regular infantry, artillery, and headgear; a Southern plantation mansion; slaves at work in a field; battling ironclads at sea; Fort Sumter; a map of the Mason-Dixon Line, Lincoln issuing the Gettysburg Address, and signs representing the 13-15th Amendments.
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