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Robert Anderson (Civil War)
Robert Anderson (Civil War)
Major Robert Anderson, photo by Mathew Brady
Major Robert Anderson, photo by Mathew Brady
Robert Anderson's telegram announcing the surrender of Fort Sumter
Robert Anderson's telegram announcing the surrender of Fort Sumter
Major Robert Anderson is honored with his likeness inscribed in a monument atop Fort Sumter in Charleston harbor.
Major Robert Anderson is honored with his likeness inscribed in a monument atop Fort Sumter in Charleston harbor.
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Frederick Douglass, a former slave, was a leading abolitionist
Frederick Douglass, a former slave, was a leading abolitionist
Sen. Stephen A. Douglas, author of the Kansas–Nebraska Act of 1854
Sen. Stephen A. Douglas, author of the Kansas–Nebraska Act of 1854
Sen. John J. Crittenden, of the 1860 Crittenden Compromise
Sen. John J. Crittenden, of the 1860 Crittenden Compromise
Ambrotype of two unidentified young boys, one in blue Union cap, one in gray Confederate cap (Liljenquist collection, Library of Congress)
Ambrotype of two unidentified young boys, one in blue Union cap, one in gray Confederate cap (Liljenquist collection, Library of Congress)