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John Jarrette was a member of William Clarke Quantrill’s Guerrillas. He Rode with Quantrill during the raid on Lawrence, Kansas in 1863, and with Bloody Bill Anderson during the massacre at Centralia, Missouri 1864. After the war, Jarrette joined the Jesse James gang, and was a suspect in the robbery of the bank in Kentucky in 1868. In the photo he wears a captured Union waist belt plate.
Massacre at Centralia Missouri Bloody Bill Anderson 1864 U s Civil War Card
Charles Sumner statue in Harvard Square. "Charles Sumner (1811–1874) was an American politician and statesman from Massachusetts. An academic lawyer and a powerful orator, Sumner was the leader of the antislavery forces in Massachusetts and a leader of the Radical Republicans in the United States Senate during the American Civil War and Reconstruction."
Said to be an army hospital nurse, this post mortem (death portrait) photograph shows a young woman holding a book, possibly a small bible or testament. The revenue stamp on the back dates this image to 1864. Annapolis was the site of one of the largest Union Army Hospitals during the Civil War and at least 5 female nurses died of diseases caught while tending patients there. Three of them died in late 1863 and two died in early 1865. The 1864 stamp on this image places it between those two time
Augustus Hunt Wright by Allen of Boston, Mass. Wright began his Civil War service as a private in the Second Massachusetts Cavalry. He later served in the Forty-second Massachusetts Infantry and the Twenty-fourth U.S. Colored Infantry. A sketch of his life, from the Biographical Review Volume XVIII Containing Life Sketches of Leading Citizens of Plymouth County Massachusetts: (p. 94)