WASHINGTON COUNTY MISSOURI IN THE CIVIL WAR

PICTURES OF LOCAL CIVIL WAR SITES

By: Esther M. Ziock Carroll

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WASHINGTON COUNTY: Grave of unknown Civil War Soldier At Palmer;   grave of unknown Civil War soldiers buried in Presbyterian Cemetery at Caledonia;  Washington County's second courthouse that was bombarded by Shelby when he captured the town Sept. 27, 1864;

IRON COUNTY2 -  FT. DAVIDSON STATE HISTORIC SITE;  Ft. Davidson Monument; Cannons at entrance to Ft. Davidson;  Pilot Knob Mountain;  Shepherd's Mountain;  Ft. Davidson powder magazine; Immanuel Lutheran Church; Confederate Cannon; Union Cannon; Confederate Troops; Confederate Camp; Union Camp; Cavalry soldiers; Emmet Taylor of Billy Yank Camp - St. Louis; Undertaker & his 1860 hearse; Widow & wooden casket

IRON COUNTY3 - IRONTON - Iron County Courthouse;  Courthouse Cannons;  Courthouse Gazebo;  Ulysses S. Grant Monument;  Green Roof Inn; St. Paul's Episcopal Church;  Stout's Creek

CRAWFORD COUNTY: Courtois Creek; Huzzah Creek; Huzzah Valley;  Grave of Unknown Civil War Soldiers

ST. LOUIS COUNTY:  two views of Gen. Wm. T. Sherman's house at the town of Sherman;  grave of Washington County Civil War soldier, Pvt. George Bunch, at Jefferson Barracks Cemetery;  Ulyses S. Grant's cabin "Hardscrable" at Grant's Farm; 

ILLINOIS - Confederate monument at Alton where 1,354 Confederate soldiers are buried that died of Small Pox at Confederate Prison;  Ruins of Confederate Prison at Alton.

 

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