Civil war confederate Bugler photo 2nd Missouri cavalry Named

Civil war confederate Bugler photo 2nd Missouri cavalry Named

Civil war confederate Bugler photo 2nd Missouri cavalry Named

Civil war confederate Bugler photo 2nd Missouri cavalry Named

Civil war confederate Bugler photo 2nd Missouri cavalry Named

Civil war confederate Bugler photo 2nd Missouri cavalry Named

Civil war confederate Bugler photo 2nd Missouri cavalry Named

Civil war confederate Bugler photo 2nd Missouri cavalry Named

Civil war confederate Bugler photo 2nd Missouri cavalry Named

Civil war confederate Bugler photo 2nd Missouri cavalry Named

Civil war confederate Bugler photo 2nd Missouri cavalry Named

Bought directly from the family. Civil war confederate Bugler photo 2nd Missouri cavalry Named George W Dillon. Yes it has tape And its been trimmed and it has some smudges but its 100% authentic and probably one of the most rare confederate civil war photos I have ever seen. Along with a document used to join united daughters of the Confederacy. Och’s Cavalry Brigade/Chalmer’s Cavalry Divison/Forrest’s Cavalry Corps. Below are some of the operations the 2nd Missouri Cavalry participated in: Most of these where engagements with the enemy. By reading through the Diary of 1st Sergeant James Ellis of Co. A , for the year of 1863 you will see that these troopers were in the saddle moving from place to place almost daily in this deadly game of chess. March 7, 8, 1862 Pea Ridge (Elkhorn Tavern), AR After a few decendents of 2nd Mo Cav troopers, stated in emails to me, that their ancestors service record with the 2nd Mo Cav stated that they saw action at this battle I broke out the governments Official Records of the War. And what the National Park Service at Pea Ridge say are not the same. To read the evidence that the 2nd MO Cav was in combat at that battle. May 9, 1862 Farmington, MS. May 30, 1862 Booneville, MS. July 25, 1862 Courtland, AL. August 30,1862 Bolivar, TN. August 31, 1862 Medon, TN. September 1, 1862 Britton’s Lane, TN. September 18-19, 1862 Iuka, MS. October 3 – 4, 1862 Corinth, MS On the 2nd day of the battle, the 2nd Mo Cav was assigned to General Green’s Brigade and dismounted and fought alongside his infantry. October 5, 1862 Hatchie Bridge, MS (The 2nd Mo Cav assisted in covering the retreat from Corinth). December 21, 1862 Holly Springs, MS. December 21, 1862 Davis’s Mills, MS. February 3-April 10, 1863 Yazoo Pass Expedition, MS. April 19, 1863 Perry’s Ferry, Coldwater River, MS. May 23, 1863 Senatobia or Basket Creek, MS. August 17, 1863 Grenada, MS. October 8, 1863 Salem, MS. October 11, 1863 Collierville, TN. October 12, 1863 Ingham’s Mills, MS. October 13, 1863 Wyatt Ferry, MS. November 3, 1863 Collierville, TN. December 4, 1863 Moscow, TN. February 21, 1864 West Point, MS. February 22, 1864 Okalona, MS Colonel McCulloch wounded while making a charge with his brigade. General Forrest’s brother, Colonel Jeffery Forrest was killed with a neck wound making the same charge with his troopers. April 3, 1864 Raleigh, TN. April 12, 1864 Fort Pillow, TN. July 12-16, 1864 Harrisburg near Tupelo, MS (The Union’s Tupelo Expedition) Colonel McCulloch severely wounded. The item “Civil war confederate Bugler photo 2nd Missouri cavalry Named” is in sale since Wednesday, May 16, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\Civil War (1861-65)\Original Period Items\Photographs”. The seller is “sdman1234″ and is located in San Diego, California. This item can be shipped to United States.


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