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WRECKAGE

FEW WARTIME IMAGES show human suffering as plainly as does this graphic photo of wounded Union soldiers in a field hospital at Savage’s Station, Va., on the Richmond & York River Railroad. The image was taken June 27, 1862—the day of the Battle of Gaines’ Mill, a fierce clash in the

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