(1823-1914) Simon Bolivar Buckner, Confederate Soldier

Simon B. Buckner

(1823-1914) Simon Bolivar Buckner, Confederate Soldier

Castle Thunder, located in Richmond, Virginia, was a former tobacco warehouse located on Tobacco Row, converted into a prison used by the Confederacy to house civilian prisoners, including captured Union spies, political prisoners and those charged with treason during the American Civil War.

Castle Thunder

Castle Thunder, located in Richmond, Virginia, was a former tobacco warehouse located on Tobacco Row,…

An illustration of a coin from the Italian Confederacy.

Coin of the Italian Confederacy

An illustration of a coin from the Italian Confederacy.

The first and only President of the Confederate States of America, from 1861 to 1865.

Jefferson Davis

The first and only President of the Confederate States of America, from 1861 to 1865.

(1817-1872) Soldier who saw action in the Mexican War and served for the Confederacy.

General Ewell

(1817-1872) Soldier who saw action in the Mexican War and served for the Confederacy.

(1807-1891) Soldier that fought in the Mexican War and in the Confederate side of the Civil War.

Joseph E. Johnston

(1807-1891) Soldier that fought in the Mexican War and in the Confederate side of the Civil War.

(1816-1898) Military and Political leader of Texas. He raised Confederate troops in the West

William Polk

(1816-1898) Military and Political leader of Texas. He raised Confederate troops in the West

A view of the prison-pen at Millen, Georgia.

The prison at Millen

A view of the prison-pen at Millen, Georgia.