Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Postcard showing the Confederate Monument on the New Market battlefield.

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Postcard showing the Confederate Monument at the New Market battlefield

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Postcard showing the 54th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Monument located on the New Market Battlefield just north of the town of New Market.

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Postcard showing the monument to the 54th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment located on the New Market Battlefield just north of town.

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Postcard showing the Pennsylvania Monument at the New Market Battlefield. The marker commemorates the 54th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment.

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Postcard showing the Pennsylvania Monument on the New Market Battlefield. The monument is located just north of New Market Virginia and commemorated the 54 Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment. The card includes and description of their actions.

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Postcard showing the monument to the Fifty Fourth Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment on the New Market Battlefield.

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Postcard showing individuals conducting a reenactment of the Battle of New Market.

The postcard was produced by the Asheville Post Card Company and is undated.

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Postcard showing the Hall of Valor located at the New Market Battlefield. The site is operated by the Virginia Military Institute and is currently known as the Virginia Museum of the Civil War.

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Postcard showing a reenactment of the Battle of New Market by US Marines and Virginia Military Institute Cadets on September 20 1923. Includes a description of the battle and note that the re-enactment attracted 150,000 spectators. .

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Postcard showing the Civil War battlefield at New Market Virginia.

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Postcard showing the Shell Struck Post near what is now Reformation Lutheran Church in New Market Virginia

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Postcard showing the post struck by a shell during the Battle of New Market,

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Postcard showing a post struck by a shell during the Battle of New Market,

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Postcard showing the historic "Post Struck by Shell" near which General Breckinridge and staff were reconnoitering during the Battle of New Market.

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Postcard showing the 54th PA Infantry Monument located on the New Market Battlefield.

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Postcard showing the memorial stone that marks the spot of Turner Ashby's death during the Civil War. Includes description of Ashby and local battles.

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December 17 (1862)

Shenandoah County

Dear brother I seat my self to drop you a few line to let you no that we are all well at present and hope that when these few lines come to hand they may find you in the Same state of health. They say that…

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Undated photograph showing the Private Soldier Monument at what is now the Antietam National Cemetery in Sharpsburg Maryland.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing an aerial view of the New Market Battlefield's Hall of Valor building under construction.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing an aerial view of the New Market Battlefield's Hall of Valor building under construction.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing the New Market Battlefield's Hall of Valor building under construction.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing the New Market Battlefield's Hall of Valor building under construction.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing the New Market Battlefield's Hall of Valor building under construction.

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Photograph showing the Hall of Valor under construction.

The hall opened in 1970 and is the central building at the New Market Battlefield and is currently home to the Virginia Museum of the Civil War.

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