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"Fighting Men Of The War Between The States"


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CDV, General George P. Buell

Colonel 58th Indiana Infantry

(1833-83) Born at Lawrenceburg, Indiana, he graduated from Norwich University, in 1856, and was a civil engineer before the Civil War. He enlisted on December 4, 1861, and was commissioned lieutenant colonel, of the 58th Indiana Infantry. During the winter of 1861-62, Buell's regiment served in central Kentucky in the army commanded by his first cousin, General Don Carlos Buell. They arrived on the field of Shiloh on the second day in time to save the Union army from disaster, and participated in the siege of...  

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CDV, Armed Union Infantry Officer Photographed in New York City

Wet plate, albumen carte de visite photograph, mounted to 2 3/8 x 4 card. Full standing view of a Union infantry officer who is sporting mutton chop sideburns, and wearing a single breasted frock coat with shoulder straps, an over the shoulder belt, sash, rectangular belt plate, kepi with infantry insignia, and holding his sword in the scabbard at his side. A studio chair sits beside him. Back mark: Jordan & Co., late Bogardus, 229 Greenwich St., [New York City]. Established 1846. Light age toning, and wear, and some staining on the reverse of the card...  

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CDV, Union Soldier Photographed in Staten Island, New York

Wet plate, albumen carte de visite photograph, mounted to 2 3/8 x 4 card. Full standing view of a Yankee private wearing a frock coat, oval belt plate, cap box clearly visible on his belt at left, his bayonet scabbard is visible on his belt at right between his arm and hip, and he is holding his kepi with the inside of the hat facing the camera. He poses standing with one arm on a studio column. Back mark: G. Miller, Photographer, Vanderbilt Landing, "Clifton," Staten Island. [New York]. Stained on the verso of the card which does not affect the...  

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2nd Massachusetts Infantry, in the Spanish American War, 1898

Wet plate, albumen photograph, that measures 6 1/2 x 4 3/4, and it is mounted to a thick gray card stock that measures 7 3/4 x 6. Outdoor scene of 8 soldiers of Co. K, 2nd Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, standing at attention with their rifles in the order arms position, wearing slouch hats and leggings. An officer is standing at attention to the left of the group. An army wagon is behind and to the left of the soldiers. Clearly visible on the covered part of the army wagon is 2nd Infty., Co. K, Mass. They are posing in front of a brick building,...  

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2nd Massachusetts Infantry, in the Spanish American War, 1898

Wet plate, albumen photograph, that measures 6 1/2 x 4 3/4, and it is mounted to a thick gray card stock that measures 7 3/4 x 6. Outdoor scene of 9 soldiers of Co. K, 2nd Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, posing on a broken down wagon. Two wagon wheels are laying on the ground in front of the wagon. A banner with the inscription, 2nd Infty., Co. K, Mass. is at the center of the view between the 2 wagon wheels. Their stacked rifles can be seen on both sides of the wagon. Posing in front of a brick building, possibly a fort. No photographer's imprint. There...  

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CDV, Confederate Officer Photographed in Kentucky

Very rare Confederate officer's image holding a Nashville Plow Works Cavalry Sabre, and a blockade-run British imported dual Lion's Head-Snake belt buckle!

Wet plate albumen carte de visite photograph, mounted to a 2 3/8 x 4 card. Very rare view of an unidentified Confederate officer standing at parade rest with his drawn Nashville Plow Works Cavalry Sabre at his front. Dressed to kill, this young Reb officer is wearing a kepi with hat wreath insignia, a very rare blockade-run British imported dual Lion's Head / Snake belt buckle, with his...  

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Colonels in Blue, A Civil War Biographical Dictionary

Colonels of Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin

Featuring the Colonels of Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin. By Roger D. Hunt. Published by McFarland & Company, Inc., Jefferson, North Carolina, 2017. Soft covers. 306 pages, illustrated, index, and bibliography. New condition. An invaluable reference source that was compiled by one of the top photographic historians in the country, my old friend and colleague, Roger D. Hunt.

This superb book is the sixth in a series done by Mr. Hunt that documents the lives of Union army...
Circa: 2017
ISBN: 978-0-7864-9855-0  

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CDV Major Robert Anderson

Union commander at Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor, South Carolina

Photograph taken on February 8, 1861


(1805-1871) Born near Louisville, Kentucky, the son of a lieutenant colonel of the Continental Line in the American Revolution, Anderson graduated in the West Point class of 1825. He participated in the Black Hawk and Florida Indian Wars, in the Mexican War, and was twice brevetted for gallantry. Promoted to rank of major in 1857, he was ordered to Charleston Harbor in November 1860 to take command of the three United States forts...  

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CDV, Union Artillery Officer & Family

Union officer and family photographed in 1865 Nashville, Tennessee

Wet plate, albumen carte de visite photograph, mounted to 2 3/8 x 4 card. Lovely family portrait featuring a Union artillery officer standing behind his pretty seated wife with his hands resting on her shoulders, while she holds a small child on her lap. Two older children flank their parents, a pretty young girl wearing a patterned dress is standing at the left, and a young boy wearing a cap and a military style jacket stands at the right. The officer sports a goatee beard...  

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Photograph, Armed Massachusetts Militia Officer

Image Taken in Boston, Massachusetts

Imperial, cabinet card photograph, on thick 6 x 10 card mount, with gold lettering imprint, Elmer Chickering, 21 West St., Boston on the front mount. Very handsome, half view portrait of a Massachusetts Militia officer sporting a thick moustache curled up at the ends. He is wearing a double breasted frock coat, with brass shoulder scales, Massachusetts State Militia uniform buttons, rectangular U.S. Eagle belt plate, with ornate officer's belt, braided, gilded, auguillette adornments, ending in gold metal...  

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CDV, General Jacob G. Lauman

Colonel of the 7th Iowa Infantry

Severely wounded at the battle of Belmont, Missouri in 1861


(1813-67) Commissioned as colonel of the 7th Iowa Infantry, on July 11, 1861. He served under General Ulysses S. Grant, and was severely wounded while cutting through the Confederate lines at the battle of Belmont, Mo., on November 7, 1861. He distinguished himself at the capture of Fort Donelson, where, in command of a brigade of General Charles F. Smith's division, he was one of the first to enter the Confederate works. For his gallantry he...  

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Photograph, General Robert C. Cox

Autographed cabinet card with rank

Colonel 207th Pennsylvania Infantry


(1823-1901) Born in Montoursville, Pa., he was a farmer and lumber merchant before the war. He enlisted on November 19, 1862, as major, and was commissioned into the field and staff of the 171st Pennsylvania Infantry. He was mustered out of this regiment on August 8, 1863. He was commissioned colonel of the 207th Pennsylvania Infantry, on November 9, 1864; promoted to brevet brigadier general, April 2, 1865, for gallantry at Fort Stedman and Fort Sedgwick; and he...  

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