Please note: The larger photos have been cropped and thumbnailed to speed download time. Where this happens the photo will be marked.

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Amite Veterans Reunion Pic

Reunion photo of Amite County Veterans
Circa 1900

The men in the photo above are unidentified individually and how many served in the 7th Miss. is not known. If you have information on this photo please go to the main page and email me.

Image is here by courtesy of
Jennifer Payne.


Amite Veterans Reunion Pic

Reunion photo of Amite County Veterans

Photo contributed by Virgil Roberts. If you can help indentify any of these men please contact Virgil Roberts. Any information on the flag in the pic would also be welcome.


Amite Veterans Reunion Pic

Reunion photo of Amite County Veterans
from old newspaper article

Photo contributed by Virgil Roberts. If you can help indentify any of these men please contact Virgil Roberts. The person in possesion of the photo requested any help we can give him on this and Virgil Roberts is in personal contact with him. He will forward the information for you.


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Marion Veterans Reunion Pic

Reunion of Marion County Veterans

The last nine veterans of Marion County, Mississippi. Photo taken at the John Ford home in 1909. Left to right the men are...

Edward Rankin, Stephen Pittman, John Ard, two unidentified, John Ira Warren, two unidentified and Lance Forbes. Please note that Edward Rankin and Stephen Pittman were members of the 7th Mississippi Infantry. If you can help identify the others please contact us from the front page.

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Camp Douglas P.O.W. pics
Photo of Camp Douglas, Ill.

After being taken P.O.W. at Shiloh some men of the 7th Mississippi were sent to Camp Douglass until they were exchanged at Vicksburg in September 1862.

Missionary Ridge
Missionary Ridge

Looking south along Missionary Ridge from DeLong Reservation. It was here your Webmaster's great-grandfather was taken P.O.W. a second time and lost his right eye.

Prisoners at Chattanooga
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Prisoners at Chattanooga Railroad Depot

The 7th Miss. was involved heavily in the Chattanooga campaign. Perhaps some of these prisoners are from the 7th Mississippi infantry.

Photo from Chickamauga
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Lee & Gordon's Mill

This is a wartime photo of Lee & Gordon's Mill. The 7th Mississippi was camped here September 10, 1863 before the battle at Missionary ridge. Now a museum, click here to visit their website.

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Photo from Bridgeport

Photo of Union Soldiers building a pontoon bridge at Bridgeport, Alabama. In the background is the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad bridge. This is the bridge your Webmaster's great-grandfather speaks of in his diary.

Some photos are here courtesy of
Library of Congress selected civil war photos

Missionary Ridge photo is from the
National Park Service collections

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