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PHOTOGRAPHY > Confederates

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Photograph, General Samuel Benton

Colonel of the 37th & 34th Mississippi Infantry Regiments

Mortally wounded in action during the Atlanta campaign


(1820-64) Born in Williamson County, Tennessee, he was the nephew of U.S. Senator Thomas Hart Benton. He later settled in Holly Springs, Mississippi where he became a prominent lawyer, politician, and publisher of The Mississippi Times newspaper. He served in the Mississippi State Legislature and was a member of the 1861 secession convention where Mississippi voted to secede from the Union. When war broke out in early 1861,...  

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CDV Libby Prison, Richmond, Virginia

Published by Alexander Gardner

Libby Prison, established March 26, 1862, was situated on the corner of Cary and 20th streets, on the James River in Richmond, Virginia. The building was the warehouse of Libby and Sons, ship chandlers, before the Civil War. Outside of Andersonville Prison, Libby Prison was perhaps the most notorious Confederate Prison.

Wet plate, albumen carte de visite photograph, mounted to 2 3/8 x 4 card. This is a wartime view of the famous Confederate prison originally taken by Rees of Richmond in 1863. Tents,...  

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Photograph General Camille Armand Jules Marie Prince de Polignac

With blind stamp imprint of Cook [Charleston, South Carolina]

(1832-1913) The 29 year old Prince de Polignac came to the Confederacy with a distinguished record in the Crimean War, and was named Lieutenant Colonel and Chief of Staff to General P.G.T. Beauregard on July 16, 1861. After fighting at Corinth, he was named brigadier general on January 10, 1863 and served under General Richard Taylor in the Red River campaign of 1864. Put in command of a Texas Brigade, he met with disapproval, hostility and the nickname, "Polecat." He...  

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CDV General P.G.T. Beauregard

With imprint of Vannerson & Jones, Richmond, Va.

(1818-93) The 4th highest ranking officer in the Confederacy. Graduated #2 in the West Point class of 1838. Brevetted captain and major for gallantry in the Mexican War. He was in command at Charleston, S.C., in April 1861, during the bombardment and capture of Fort Sumter and rose to instant fame in the Confederacy. He also saw action at 1st Manassas, Shiloh, the 1863-64 Charleston, S.C. campaign, Bermuda Hundred and Petersburg. Beauregard was a railroad executive in the 1860's and early...  

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Photograph, General Pierce M.B. Young

(1836-96) Born at Spartanburg, South Carolina, he moved with his parents at a very young age to Bartow County, Georgia. His early education was obtained at the Georgia Military Institute, and he was later admitted to the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1857, but resigned upon the secession of Georgia only a few months before he would have graduated. He was commissioned 2nd lieutenant of artillery in the Regular Confederate Army, on March 16, 1861. He rose rapidly to lieutenant colonel of Cobb's Georgia Legion and was appointed commander of...  

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CDV General P.G.T. Beauregard

(1818-93) The 4th highest ranking officer in the Confederacy. Graduated #2 in the West Point class of 1838. Brevetted captain and major for gallantry in the Mexican War. He was in command at Charleston, S.C., in April 1861, during the bombardment and capture of Fort Sumter and rose to instant fame in the Confederacy. He also saw action at 1st Manassas, Shiloh, the 1863-64 Charleston, S.C. campaign, Bermuda Hundred and Petersburg. Beauregard was a railroad executive in the 1860's and early 1870's and later served as Commissioner of public works in New...  

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Photograph, General Sterling A.M. Wood

Badly wounded during the battle of Perryville, Kentucky

(1823-91) He was born at Florence, Alabama, graduated from the Jesuit College of St. Joseph's at Bardstown, Ky. in 1841, studied law, and started a practice in Murfreesboro, Tenn., and later moved his law office to Florence. He served as solicitor of the fourth judicial circuit of Alabama from 1851-57. He later became the editor of the Florence Gazette and strongly supported the 1860 presidential campaign of former U.S. Vice President and future Confederate General John C. Breckenridge....  

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Photograph, General Albert Sidney Johnston

Killed at the battle of Shiloh, Tennessee

(1803-62) Graduated in the West Point class of 1826, saw action in the Black Hawk War, was Secretary of War of the Republic of Texas, fought in the Mexican War as a colonel of Texas Volunteers, served as colonel of the 2nd U.S. Cavalry on the Texas frontier, led the Utah expedition against the Mormons, was appointed a full general in the Confederacy in 1861, commanded all C.S.A. troops west of the Alleghenies, and was mortally wounded during the battle of Shiloh, on April 6, 1862, dying on the...  

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Photograph, General Isaac M. St. John

(1827-80) Born at Augusta, Ga., he graduated from Yale in 1845, having studied law. He then worked in the newspaper business in Baltimore, and gave up journalism in 1848 to become a civil engineer associated with the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. He then moved on to the Blue Ridge Railroad in 1855, working in Georgia and South Carolina until the commencement of the War Between the States when he enlisted as a private in the Fort Hill Guards of South Carolina. Soon afterwards he was appointed chief engineer of General John B. Magruder at Yorktown, Va. In...  

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Photograph, General George P. Doles

Killed near Bethesda Church by a Yankee Sharpshooter in 1864

(1830-64) Born at Milledgeville, Georgia, he was the captain of a militia company known as the "Baldwin Blues" and the company entered Confederate service in 1861 when they joined the 4th Georgia Infantry. He was elected colonel of the regiment in May 1862 and saw action with the Army of Northern Virginia at South Mountain, and Sharpsburg and was promoted to the rank of brigadier general on November 1, 1862. He went on to fight at Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville,...  

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Photograph, William L. Yancey

United States Congressman from Alabama

Confederate Senator


(1814-63) He practiced law in Alabama, and served in the U.S. Congress, 1844-46, where he became a leader of the Southern "Fire-eaters." He drafted the Alabama Platform in 1848, which asserted that slaveholders had the right to take their slaves with them to the new territories, and later advocated secession. He supported the Southern Democrats in their nomination of John C. Breckinridge for president in 1860, and drafted Alabama's secession ordinance and served in...  

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Photograph, General Thomas N. Waul

Commander of Waul's Texas Legion

(1813-1903) Born in Sumter District, South Carolina, he studied law in Vicksburg, Mississippi and was admitted to the bar in 1835. He afterwards moved to Gonzales County, Texas where he became a plantation owner and continued to practice law. He was elected to the Provisional Confederate Congress in 1861 and served until the establishment of the permanent government. At that time he recruited what became known as Waul's Texas Legion and was commissioned their colonel on May 17, 1862. He surrendered with his...  

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