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Discovering the Civil War

Join the Navy and Get Rich?

When the U.S. Congress instituted a draft in 1863, many men sought to avoid Army service. The US Navy, which relied on volunteers for manpower, used this broadside to convince possible recruits that service in the Navy could be much more financially rewarding than Army pay. National Archives, Naval Records Collection

Navy Recruiting Poster

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