These are the same bunch of guys.
Same guys but VERY RARE photos of Confederate troops in formation.
Newly enlisted Confederate troops from Company B of the 9th Mississippi Infantry Regiment in Florida the soldier with a pan in his hand over the fire has been ID'd as Kinlock Falconer. (1861)
More info here.
Confederate POW's taking the oath of loyalty to the United States at Rock Island prison camp Illinois 1865.
Confederate soldier killed at fort Mahone (1865)
THE CIVIL WAR ON FILM!!
Here are the photos that made this possible.
Confederate POW's in a make shift prison camp at Belle Plain Virginia 1864 before being sent to Elmira and Point Lookout.
John W. Booth with other actors.
Federal troops of the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry returning from "foraging", Columbus, Kentucky, c. 1864 by John Carbutt.
Wounded Confederate POW's after Getttysburg 1863.
Federal officers at Brandy Station.
Kinda ironic these men where leading troops that where fighting to free this man but they turn around and boss him around in camp.
Federal soldiers just after the end of the war.
Federal soldiers of the 134th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment drilling in camp near Columbus, Kentucky, c. 1864.
Civil War combat photo!
Here are some closeups of this photo.
Yankee Iron Clad USS New Iron Sides firing at Confederate held Fort Sumter just off Morris Island as crowd of spectators watch the action from the beach in South Carolina, 1863 by Haas and Peale.
Federal officers in camp.
(Taken outside of Richmond 1862)
The Yankee behind the officer has a straight flush meaning that he won that hand.
Wonder what that officer is handing the Colonel?
George A. Custer and staff in camp
Confederate prisoners after the battle of Gettysburg.
General Robert E. Lee (1807-1870)