Home Blogs and Articles Then & Now Pictures Of American Civil War Will Give You Goosebumps

Then | Picture of Antietam Dunker Church.
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Dead Bodies captured on September 1862 at the Dunker Church in Antietam, Maryland.

Now Antietam Dunker Church looks like this.
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America has witnessed many civil wars, and the battle of Antietam is famously known as the bloodiest single day battle in the American history.

Then | Picture of Sudley Springs.
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Picture of Sudley Springs now.
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The first ever major battle for land took place around these springs only.

Then | Picture of Slave auction house, Alexandria.
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This place used to be the second largest slave centre in the US, the first position belonged to New Orleans.

Now this place has changed completely.
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The building has now become totally opposite of what it used to be. It is now known as the Freedom House Museum.

Then | Picture of Cumberland Landing.
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By moving its forces to Cumberland Landing in 1862, the major Union Army in the Eastern theater of the war launched its offensive.

Now it has changed a bit.
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The land which witnessed war in 1862, now looks like this.

Then | Brompton Oak.
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After the battle of Spotsylvania, Fredericksburg in May 1864, wounded soldiers had set up their camp under this tree.

That oak tree still stands alert.
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