February 10, 2012
The Civil War: The Stereographs

"A muss at headquarters," Army of the Potomac, near Falmouth, Virginia in April of 1863.
[Image: James F. Gibson/Library of Congress]

Don’t forget to look at parts one and two, either.

The Civil War: The Stereographs

"A muss at headquarters," Army of the Potomac, near Falmouth, Virginia in April of 1863.

[Image: James F. Gibson/Library of Congress]

Don’t forget to look at parts one and two, either.

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    Ahh, this is amazing!
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  7. eastwood said: The guy with the chair looks strikingly similar to Ron Swanson. Maybe he’s friends with Civil War era Nicolas Cage.
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    The Civil War: The Stereographs “A muss at headquarters,” Army of the Potomac, near Falmouth, Virginia in April of 1863....
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    All three parts = fucking amazing.
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    but what’s ron swanson doing there
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