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Seven Times Wounded at Gettysburg | Carte de visite of James… | Flickr

Seven Times Wounded at Gettysburg | Carte de visite of James… | Flickr

James Oliver Bailey (1843-1864) Confederate, died from wounds suffered in Battle of Atlanta, 28 July 1864.

James Oliver Bailey - CSA - Died from wounds suffered in Battle of Atlanta, 28 July 1864

James Gwyn (November 24, 1828 - July 17, 1906) was an officer in the Union Army during the American Civil War. He immigrated at a young age from Ireland in 1846. At the onset of the war, in 1861, he enlisted & was commissioned as a captain with the 23rd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. He assumed command of the 118th Pennsylvania Regiment in the course of the war. Gwyn led that regiment through many of its 39 recorded battles, including engagements at, Fredericksburg & Gettysburg.

James Gwyn (November 24, 1828 - July 17, 1906) was an officer in the Union Army during the American Civil War. He immigrated at a young age from Ireland in 1846. At the onset of the war, in 1861, he enlisted & was commissioned as a captain with the 23rd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. He assumed command of the 118th Pennsylvania Regiment in the course of the war. Gwyn led that regiment through many of its 39 recorded battles, including engagements at, Fredericksburg & Gettysburg.

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Private Francis Brownell, recieved the first Medal of Honor awarded during the American Civil War, for killing the man who killed his Colonel, Elmer E.

James Longstreet (1821-1904) was one of the foremost Confederate generals of the American Civil War and the principal subordinate to General Robert E. Lee, who called him "Old War Horse". Following the war, Longstreet moved to New Orleans. Endorsing Grant for president in 1868, he lost favor with many Southerners. He became major general of the militia of Louisiana and was a Commissioner of Railroads under Presidents McKinley and Roosevelt. Photo taken by Mathew Brady. (Library of Congress).

James Longstreet was one of the foremost Confederate generals of the American Civil War and the principal subordinate to General Robert E. Photo taken by Mathew Brady. (Library of Congress).

Outstanding and Rare Civil War Officer's "Plug Hat" One of  the most difficult items of Civil War headgear to obtain is the  so-called "plug hat" with its distinctive low, rounded crown and  wide brim. This very popular form of slouch hat is seen extensively  in period photography yet only a handful of original specimens  survive today. This is one of the finest known examples. The 3"  wide brim has a

Union Officer's "Plug Hat" One of the most difficult items of Civil War headgear…

Captain Jesse Sharpe Barnes, F Company, 4th North Carolina Infantry in frock coat

Captain Jesse Sharpe Barnes of Company F, North Carolina Infantry. Jesse Barnes was born June 1838 in Edgecombe County, North Carolina to Elias and Mahala Emma Sharpe Barnes.

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