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PHOTOGRAPHY > Officers & Enlisted Men

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"Fighting Men Of The War Between The States"


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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item cdv8313: CDV Sergeant Amos Humiston, 154th New York Infantry

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CDV Sergeant Amos Humiston, 154th New York Infantry

Killed in Action at the Battle of Gettysburg

Plus a CDV of The Children of the Gettysburg Battlefield


#1: Wet plate, albumen carte de visite photograph, mounted to 2 3/8 x 4 card. Bust view in uniform. Imprint on the front mount, Sergt. Amos Humiston, Of the 154th N.Y. Vols. Backmark: F. Gutekunst, Philadelphia. Imprint below: Sergeant Humiston fell in the first day's struggle at Gettysburg. When found, he could not be recognized, and was buried among the unknown dead, but the picture his brave hand grasped in death, the portrait of...  

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CDV Colonel Elmer E. Ellsworth

The first martyr of the Civil War!

(1837-1861) He was famous before the Civil War for organizing the Chicago Zouaves and staging spectacular drill exhibitions throughout the country. In August 1860, he performed on the lawn of the White House. He later accompanied President elect Abraham Lincoln to Washington for the inauguration, having become very close to the Lincoln family. He raised the Fire Zouaves, the 11th New York Vols., and led them into Washington in May 1861. He was shot down and killed by James T. Jackson, the proprietor of the...  

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CDV Sergeant Boston Corbett

The man who shot and killed Lincoln Assassin John Wilkes Booth

Thomas P. "Boston" Corbett was born in England in 1832 and came with his family to New York in 1839. His occupation was that of a hatter working in Troy, N.Y. He married but his wife tragically died in childbirth, and he afterwards moved to Boston, Mass. where he continued to work as a hatter. He became a reborn evangelical Christian while in Boston from which he took his new name ("Thomas" was his birth name). Reform then became his main purpose in life. At...  

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CDV General John I. Curtin

Colonel 45th Pennsylvania Infantry

(1837-1911) The nephew of Pennsylvania Governor Andrew G. Curtin, he was born in Bellefonte, Pa., attended Dickinson Seminary, Williamsport, Pa., and was a civil engineer by occupation. At the outbreak of the Civil War, he enlisted as a private in the 2nd Pennsylvania Infantry, a 90 days unit, serving from April 20, 1861 to July 26, 1861. On August 16, 1861, he enlisted again, and was commissioned captain, 45th Pennsylvania Infantry. He was promoted to major, July 30, 1862; lieutenant colonel, Sept. 4,...  

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CDV General Samuel M. Quincy

Colonel 2nd Massachusetts Infantry

Also commanded 3 different U.S. Colored Regiments


(1833-87) Born at Boston, he graduated from Harvard in 1852, and was a 28 year old lawyer when he enlisted on May 24, 1861, as captain, and was commissioned into Co. E, 2nd Massachusetts Infantry. One of his fellow officers in the 2nd Mass. was the soon to become famous, Robert Gould Shaw. Quincy was wounded and captured on Aug. 9, 1862, at Cedar Mountain, Va., and promoted to colonel, Nov. 9, 1862. He resigned on June 6, 1863. On Nov. 29, 1863, he...  

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CDV General Edgar M. Gregory

Photographed as Colonel of the 91st Pennsylvania Infantry

(1804-71) Enlisted on December 4, 1861, and was commissioned colonel, 91st Pennsylvania Infantry. He was wounded in action on May 3, 1863, during the battle of Chancellorsville. Breveted brigadier general, September 30, 1864, for gallant and distinguished service in the battle of Poplar Spring Church, Va. Breveted major general, for gallant conduct in the battle of Five Forks, Va.

Wet plate, albumen carte de visite photograph, mounted to 2 3/8 x 4 card. Standing view wearing...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item cdv8177: CDV Sergeant Gilbert H. Bates, 1st Wisconsin Heavy Artillery

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CDV Sergeant Gilbert H. Bates, 1st Wisconsin Heavy Artillery

The Famous American Standard Bearer

(1836-1917) During the Civil War Gilbert H. Bates served as a sergeant in the 1st Wisconsin Heavy Artillery. After the war he returned to his farm in Dane County, Wisconsin to settle down to what he thought would be routine farm life. However, fate had a much different plan for Mr. Bates. After talking to one of his neighbors who spouted off that the Southerners had even more hatred for the American flag now than they did during the war, Bates vehemently disagreed. In fact, he was so determined to prove...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item cdv8157: CDV Ohio Infantryman Armed With Musket and Pistol

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CDV Ohio Infantryman Armed With Musket and Pistol

Wet plate, albumen carte de visite photograph, mounted to 2 3/8 x 4 card. Standing view of a bearded Yankee infantryman wearing a kepi, great coat, over the shoulder belt with oval breast plate and cartridge box attached at his side, U.S. oval belt plate, cap box affixed to his belt, pistol stuck inside of his waist belt, bayonet scabbard can be seen attached to his belt, and he holds his musket at his side. Backmark: E. Decker, Photographer, 249 Superior St., Cleveland, O.[hio]. Corners of the mount are slightly trimmed. Light age toning and wear....  

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CDV New Hampshire Infantryman Armed With Musket

Wet plate, albumen carte de visite photograph, mounted to 2 3/8 x 4 card. Full standing view of a Union infantryman wearing a kepi with brass infantry insignia on the top, 9 button frock coat, over the shoulder belt, waist belt with oval belt plate and cap box affixed to his belt, and holding musket at his side. Backmark: Kimball, Concord, N.H. Light age toning and wear.  

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CDV Union Soldier Armed With Rifle and Pistol

Wet plate, albumen carte de visite photograph, mounted to 2 3/8 x 4 card. Half view of Union infantryman wearing a kepi, 4 button sack coat, over the shoulder belt with oval breast plate, cap box affixed to his belt, oval belt plate with pistol tucked inside of his belt, bayonet scabbard on his belt, and he poses with his cocked rifle across his chest with finger on the trigger. No imprint, but there is the remnants of a 2 cents orange revenue tax stamp on the reverse. Very tiny chip out of the print at lower right corner. Light age toning and wear....  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item cdv8144: CDV Colonel William Stedman

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CDV Colonel William Stedman

6th Ohio Cavalry

Brevet Brigadier General


(1815-69) Born in Granville, Ohio, he was a farmer and merchant by occupation. He enlisted on May 14, 1861, and was commissioned captain, of the 7th Ohio Infantry, a 90 days regiment, and mustered out when their term of enlistment expired on August 18, 1861. He was commissioned major, of the 6th Ohio Cavalry, December 12, 1861; promoted to lieutenant colonel, August 3, 1863; colonel, January 1, 1864; and brevet brigadier general, March 13, 1865.

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CDV General Ulysses S. Grant and Staff

Extremely rare image!

Wet plate, albumen carte de visite photograph, mounted to 2 3/8 x 4 card. General U.S. Grant poses with 12 members of his military staff. Grant is seen standing at the center. Three notables in the view include General John A. Rawlins, Grant's alter ego and very intimate friend, seated immediately to Grant's right, General Seth Williams, the Adjutant General of the Army of the Potomac, seated immediately to Grant's left, and Brevet Brigadier General and Grant's military secretary, Ely S. Parker, seated 3rd from the...  

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