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Images Dated 5th July 2010

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Choose from 46 pictures in our Images Dated 5th July 2010 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


American Civil War Poster Featured 5 Jul 2010 Print

American Civil War Poster

Recruiting poster from the American Civil War, Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, USA, circa 1861. The poster reads: 'Continental Cavalry! Col. J.E. Peyton. To horse! To horse! An opportunity is offered to all bold and daring men to engage in this most attractive species of military service, armed like the regular cavalry, with Sharpi?oes carbine, Colti?oes revolver, and sabre. Bounty $315 Recruiting station, 46 S. Third St. N.S. Peterson, Captain. 1st Lieut., J. Chester White. 2d Lieut., Richard D. Pettit.' The illustration shows a cavalry charge, with two buildings in the background. (Photo by Kean Collection/Archive Photos/Getty Images)

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Charleston, South Carolina Featured 5 Jul 2010 Print

Charleston, South Carolina

The ruins of the Secession Hall and circular church with the ruins of St Phillips visible in the distance, on Meeting Street in Charleston, South Carolina, USA, circa 1862. Also known as St. Andrew's Hall, the Secession Hall was a public building in Charleston, which served as headquarters for the St. Andrew's Society of Charleston, and was destroyed in December 1861 during the American Civil War. (Photo by Archive Photos/Getty Images)

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Norfolk Naval Shipyard Featured 5 Jul 2010 Print

Norfolk Naval Shipyard

The ruins of the Norfolk Naval Shipyard damaged during the American Civil War, in Portsmouth, Virginia, USA, December 1864. Initially under the control of the Confederate States the navy yard was taken by the Union forces, the name of the shipyard was changed to Norfolk, after the largest city in the area, even though the shipyard was actually located in Portsmouth. (Photo by Archive Photos/Getty Images)

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