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CDV, Admiral Andrew H. Foote

He died while on active service in 1863!

(1806-63) He entered the navy in 1822, and sailed in the West Indies, off Africa, and along the China coast. He was appointed commander of the western flotilla at the beginning of the Civil War, and in Feb. 1862, with the cooperation of Gen. U.S. Grant, captured Fort Henry on the Tennessee River. In the ensuing capture of Fort Donelson, Foote was wounded. He aided Gen. John Pope on the Mississippi River, but his wound was not healing and he was obliged to take leave of his command. Having proved...  

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CDV, General John A. Dix

(1798-1879) Joined the U.S. Army in 1813. Was New York Secretary of State, 1833-39, and was elected to the Senate in 1845. In January 1861, President Buchanan appointed him Secretary of the Treasury, and on Jan. 29, 1861, he made his famous American flag dispatch to a treasury official in New Orleans, "If anyone attempts to haul down the American flag, shoot him on the spot," which became a clarion call to the North! Commissioned a Major General by Abraham Lincoln, on May 16, 1861, he was first on this list, thus outranking all other volunteer...  

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CDV, General John G. Foster

Imprint of Brady's National Photographic Portrait Galleries

(1823-1874) Graduated 4th in the West Point class of 1846. He won two brevets and was severely wounded in the Mexican War. As chief engineer of the fortifications of Charleston Harbor, South Carolina, he was a leading participant in the bombardment of Fort Sumter which were the opening shots of the Civil War. He later took part in General Ambrose E. Burnside's North Carolina expedition, and commanded the Department of North Carolina, the Department of Ohio, the Department of the...  

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The Gravesite of Senator Stephen A. Douglas

The "Little Giant" opposed Abraham Lincoln in the 1860 presidential election

1861 Chicago imprint on the front mount


(1813-1861) An outstanding legislator, and orator, he was one of the founders of the Democratic Party in Illinois. Served as U.S. Senator, 1843-61. He is best known for his debates in 1858 against Abraham Lincoln. He was narrowly defeated for the Democratic nomination for president by Franklin Buchanan in 1856. He did gain the Democratic nomination in 1860, but was defeated for the presidency by his old friend...  

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Photograph, General Thomas F. Toon

Colonel of the 20th North Carolina Infantry

This gallant Confederate officer was wounded 7 times during the War Between The States


(1840-1902) Born in Columbus County, North Carolina, while in his senior year at Wake Forest College, he enlisted in the Columbus Guards No. 2, a company which later became a part of the 20th North Carolina Infantry. He was elected first lieutenant of his company, and the following month was promoted to rank of captain. Toon was wounded seven times during the war, and fought with conspicuous gallantry at...  

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CDV, Confederate Civil War Officer

Wet plate, albumen carte de visite photograph, mounted to 2 1/2 x 4 3/8 card. Seated view of a Confederate officer sporting a beard and wearing a double breasted frock coat and resting his arm on a studio table at his side. His kepi sits on top of the table with a studio drape in the background. The image is faded. Light age toning and soiling with some light wear. There is a small crease on the back of the card near the upper right edge which does not affect the front of the card. No imprint. Inexpensive Confederate image that would be a good starter...  

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Photograph, General Joseph B. Palmer

Colonel of the 18th Tennessee Infantry

Wounded five times during the War Between the States


Born in Rutherford County, Tennessee, he was educated at Union University in Murfreesboro and was admitted to the bar in 1848. The following year he was elected to the state legislature, and was re-elected in 1851. He served as the mayor of Murfreesboro from 1855-59. At the outbreak of the war he raised a company of volunteers which became part of the 18th Tennessee Infantry with him being elected their colonel. He was captured at Fort...  

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Photograph, General William T. Martin

(1823-1910) A native of Glasgow, Kentucky, he graduated from Centre College in Danville, Ky., in 1840. Two years afterwards he relocated to Natchez, Mississippi where he was admitted to the bar in 1844 and served several terms as district attorney. Although a strong Union supporter he ultimately sided with the Confederacy and raised a company of cavalry which he led to Richmond in 1861. Commissioned colonel of the Jeff Davis Legion, he commanded the rear of General J.E.B. Stuart's column in the celebrated ride around McClellan in 1862, and served in the...  

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CDV, General George B. McClellan

With 1861 M.B. Brady imprint on the front mount

(1826-85) Graduated in the West Point class of 1846 and fought in the Mexican War. Hailed at the beginning of the Civil War as the "Young Napoleon," he proved to be a brilliant military organizer, administrator, and trainer of men, but an officer totally lacking in the essential qualities of successful command of large forces in battle. He saw action at Rich Mountain, W.V., in the 1862 Virginia Peninsular campaign and at the battle of Antietam, the bloodiest single day in American...  

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CDV, General Franklin Gardner

(1823-73) Graduated in the West Point class of 1843. He fought in the Mexican War earning two brevets (Monterey & Cerro Gordo) for gallantry. He was appointed lieutenant colonel in the Regular Confederate Army in early 1861. Commanded a cavalry brigade at the battle of Shiloh, and was promoted to brigadier general, April 11, 1862. During Bragg's invasion of Kentucky, he commanded a brigade in General Polk's corps. Gardner was placed in command of the Mississippi River stronghold, at Port Hudson, La., which he was forced to surrender in July 1863. After...  

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CDV, General William S. Mudgett

2nd Maine Infantry

Colonel 80th U.S. Colored Troops

Autographed carte de visite


(1837-99) Born in Northport, Maine. He enlisted on May 28, 1861, as a private, and was mustered into the 2nd Maine Infantry. Promoted to 1st lieutenant, Sept. 9, 1861; captain, July 15, 1862; mustered out of the regiment on June 9, 1863. Commissioned lieutenant colonel, 80th U.S. Colored Troops, on Sept. 1, 1863; promoted to colonel, Mar. 7, 1865, brevet brigadier general, Mar. 13, 1865; mustered out of the service on Mar. 1, 1867.

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CDV, General George B. McClellan

1864 Democratic Presidential Candidate

(1826-85) Graduated in the West Point class of 1846 and fought in the Mexican War. Hailed at the beginning of the Civil War as the "Young Napoleon," he proved to be a brilliant military organizer, administrator, and trainer of men, but an officer totally lacking in the essential qualities of successful command of large forces in battle. He saw action at Rich Mountain, West Virginia, in the 1862 Virginia Peninsular campaign and at the battle of Antietam, the bloodiest single day in American...  

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