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    Alan Thrower
    Alan Thrower
    Alan Thrower

    Noxubee County, MS native Robert Manning Rodgers, 26th Arkansas Infantry, Co. B, was wounded and had left arm amputated after remaining on the battlefield for 3 days, then taken to Tulip. Wore blood-stained clothes for 9 or 10 days. Survived to eventually settle in Grant County.

    EXCELLENT IDENTIFIED CONFEDERATE “JS-ANCHOR” KERR REVOLVER WITH ORIGINAL HOLSTER AND BELT OF LT COL EDWARD LILES 31ST NORTH CAROLINA.

    EXCELLENT IDENTIFIED CONFEDERATE “JS-ANCHOR” KERR REVOLVER WITH ORIGINAL HOLSTER AND BELT OF LT COL EDWARD LILES 31ST NORTH CAROLINA.

    EXCELLENT IDENTIFIED CONFEDERATE “JS-ANCHOR” KERR REVOLVER WITH ORIGINAL HOLSTER AND BELT OF LT COL EDWARD LILES 31ST NORTH CAROLINA.

    FINE, RARE IDENTIFIED FIRST MODEL GRISWOLD CONFEDERATE REVOLVER WITH ORIGINAL “ATLANTA ARSENAL” MARKED HOLSTER.

    Confederate LeMat Revolver SN 88, ID’d to General John Lawson Lewis, with Original Holster

    Sixth Plate Ambrotype of Corporal Silas Shirley Company H, 16th Mississippi Infantry. He wears a 3-button battle shirt.

    Pvt. Cicero Davis, Company G, "Columbia Guards", 6th Arkansas Infantry. He was wounded at Shiloh and discharged due to his wounds on 9 April 1862.

    This ambrotype photograph is of an unknown private in the Pulaski Light Artillery Battery. Organized in December 1860 in Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas, the Pulaski Light Artillery Battery was originally known as the Totten Light Artillery Battery. It was named after William Totten, a prominent physician in Little Rock, and his son, Captain James Totten, the commander of the U. S. Arsenal there.

    Pvt. William Bevers, 1st Arkansas Infantry Regiment.

    The fixed tongue frame belt was made in Richmond, Va, by R.H. Bosher Carriage Works. It is stamped “R.H.Bosher Co.” over “Richmond VA.”. Bosher, having adapted his carriage works to the making of war material, made all manner of leather goods.They also made belts and scabbards for the Boyle and Gamble sword manufactory. This belt is an enlisted Infantry belt and would have been a Confederate Govt purchase. This is the belt shown on page 19 of Collecting the Confederacy.

    It is stamped “R.H.Bosher Co.” over “Richmond VA.”.

    Flag of the Lake Providence Cadets, Company C, 4th Louisiana Infantry Regiment.

    BARTLETT, THOMAS W. - CPT - St Francis Co, AR - Wounded at Atlanta, GA 22 Jul 1864. Captured in Franklin Co, Arkansas sent to Fort Delaware, Del Discharge 9 Jan 1865. 13 Arkansas Infantry.

    William F. Slemons, commander 2nd Arkansas Cavalry Regiment

    Six-pound shell fired by 3rd Company, Washington Artillery, CSA, into the lines of the 2nd Wisconsin Infantry at Blackburn’s Ford, Virginia, July 19, 1861. - See more at: www.wisvetsmuseum...

    General Lucius Eugene Polk’s military career began with his enlistment as a private in the Yell Rifles, whose members were considered the best of Helena’s young men, on April 8, 1861

    An original Civil War carte de visite [CDV] photograph of a bearded fellow identified in pencil on reverse as Alonzo Walker of Iowa City, Iowa, who enlisted in April, 1861, in the First Iowa Infantry. This photograph was taken by A.Sheen, whose back stamp identifies him as the photographer of the First Iowa Infantry.....Alonzo Walker was listed as missing in the Battle of Wilson's Creek, Missouri, in August 1861.

    James McQueen McIntosh served as a Confederate colonel in the Second Arkansas Mounted Rifles and as a brigadier general before losing his life at the Battle of Pea Ridge.

    Andrew Jackson Nixon - 9th Arkansas Infantry Originally in Co. A Bradley Guards later transferred to Co. C

    Captain Dandridge McRae commanded the Arkansas Guards, a volunteer militia company from the White County, during the Arsnel crisis. Later, McRea helped organize State Troops at Camp Rector, near Hopefield (present West Memphis). McRea, who was eventually promoted to Brigadier General, also helped raise the 15th Arkansas Infantry Regiment (Northwest)

    Hezekiah L Cash, Company E, 2nd Arkansas Mounted Rifles

    The Hempstead Rifles, a Volunteer Militia Company from Arkadelphia, Arkansas, with the Washington Band and Color Guard. Date 1861

    Joseph Lorenzo Stuart of Columbus, Arkansas. The photograph was taken early in 1862 and shows a cockade and ribbon with HR (Hampstead Rifles).

    Excellent 1/9 plate ruby ambro of a gent who's seen the elephant wearing the distinctive tri-corn of the 34th OVI aka Piatt's Zouaves.

    CDV sized tintype of a Civil War era Zouave. Soldier wears matching red trousers and kepi, dark blue jacket with shoulder boards and ball button trim. Image was found in Michigan.

    Confederate uniform: Va. cavalry private gray wool jacket and trousers worn by Pvt. Wm. Stephens, 17th Virginia Cavalry Regiment