Scenes from the Confederate Homefront2021-03-17T15:19:16-04:00

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Scenes from the Confederate Home Front

A Baltimore artist depicts the hardships and struggles of Confederate women.

Valiant Men

Adalbert John Volck (artist), “Valiant Men – “Dat Fite Mit Siegel,” Confederate War Etchings, 1863. New-York Historical Society Library.

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Tracks of the Armies

Adalbert John Volck (artist), “Tracks of the Armies,” Confederate War Etchings, 1863. New-York Historical Society Library.

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Slaves Concealing Their Master

Adalbert John Volck (artist), “Slaves Concealing Their Master from a Search Party,” Confederate War Etchings, 1863. New-York Historical Society Library.

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Searching for Arms

Adalbert John Volck (artist), “Searching for Arms,” Confederate War Etchings, 1863. New-York Historical Society Library.

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Offering of Bells

Adalbert John Volck (artist), “Offering of Bells to be Cast into Cannon,” Confederate War Etchings, 1863. New-York Historical Society Library.

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Making Clothes for the Boys

Adalbert John Volck (artist), “Making Clothes for the Boys in the Army,” Confederate War Etchings, 1863. New-York Historical Society Library.

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Jamison’s Jayhawkers

Adalbert John Volck (artist), “Jamison’s Jayhawkers,” Confederate War Etchings, 1863. New-York Historical Society Library.

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Formation of Guerilla Bands

Adalbert John Volck (artist), “Formation of Guerilla Bands,” Confederate War Etchings, 1863. New-York Historical Society Library.

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Cave Life in Vicksburg

Adalbert John Volck (artist), “Cave Life in Vicksburg During the Siege,” Confederate War Etchings, 1863. New-York Historical Society Library.

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