Civil War…1862….Coaling Admiral Farragut’s fleet at Baton Rouge, Louisiana


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4 thoughts on “Civil War…1862….Coaling Admiral Farragut’s fleet at Baton Rouge, Louisiana

  1. This photo reminds me of the old photos in the old Cajun museum at The Cajun Village (now Oliphant Images). Charlie Oliphant is taking the old photos in the former museum, dating back to the Civil War, and restoring them. Awesome photos you may be interested in

  2. Thanks, will take a look if on-line….collect old photos from the Civil War, early America.

  3. If interested….Follow the link below for over 70 vintage photos of Apache Indians. Most were taken from 1870 to 1900. http://s995.photobucket.com/albums/af76/1stMinstrel/Apache%20Indians/

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