Badass Civil War Beards

This goes out to all of the brave men who fought to keep America united (or for the Confederacy, we don't judge) all while sporting sexy facial hair.

Jul 24

Fave Family

I just found a new favorite family! Here’s Robert Knapp:

And his brother Anthony:


Mustache School

From 1855-1861, Micah Jenkins organized the King’s Mountain Mustache Military School. 

Jul 23


Have YOU have had a problem deciding between growing a full beard or sporting sideburns? Well Jesse O. Norton has the PERFECT SOLUTION!


July 23rd 1885: Ulysses S. Grant dies

On this day in 1885, former Civil War general and 18th President of the United States Ulysses S. Grant died. He became a national icon after he led the Union to victory over Robert E. Lee’s Confederate forces in the Civil War and secured Lee’s surrender at Appomattox in 1865. He became President in 1869, and enforced Reconstruction and civil rights laws. However, his presidency was marred by stories of his alcoholism and corruption in his administration. He left the office in 1877, and launched an unsuccessful bid for a third term in 1880. In 1885 he died of throat cancer at the age of 63 and his body lay in state.

"I hope that nobody will be distressed on my account."
- Grant’s last words

Ragged Beard

Either this picture is extra low quality or John William Pearson shaved his beard with that saber of his. Or both.

Jul 22
“Deep down, you think it’s best for them/ And you hate the thought of them being by themselves/ But you know that it’s not over/ You know that it’s not through/ Let it burn/ Let it burn/ Gotta let it burn” General William Tecumseh Sherman during his infamous “March to the Sea” 


Henry Clay Cald-WELL DONE, GOOD SIR. Seriously, Judge Henry Caldwell, I judge your beard to be one of the finest I’ve seen.

Jul 21

Farwell Away


I can just tell that Nathan A. Farwell is going to Farwell in life with those sideburns. 

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