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    Lt. J. B. Washington and Second Lt. George Custer. This picture was taken after Washington was captured as a Confederate prisoner. Washington and Custer were ex-classmates and friends. Custer is best known for The Battle of Little Bighorn, aka “Custer’s Last Stand,” part of the Great Sioux War. Custer lost his life and his regiment suffered a severe defeat.

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    Lt. George A. Custer has photo taken with ex-classmate, friend and captured Confederate prisoner, Lt. J.B. Washington, aide to Gen. Johnston at Fair Oaks.Civil War Photography

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    U.S. Civil War photo - Lt. George A. Custer has photo taken with ex-classmate, friend, and captured Confederate prisoner, Lt. J.B. Washington, aide to Gen. Johnston at Fair Oaks. - Date: May 31, 1862 (published 1911); Source: File from The Photographic History of The Civil War in Ten Volumes: Volume One, The Opening Battles. The Review of Reviews Co., New York. 1911. p. 289. (Author: Unknown)

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THIS IS OF THE GENERALS IN THE NORTH AND SOUTH. 1. 11 STATES SECEDED FROM THE UNITED STATES. 2. GETTYSBURG WAS THE BLOODIEST BATTLE. 3. MORE THAN 400,000 SOLDIERS WERE CAPTURED IN THE DURATION OF THE WAR. 4. THE AVERAGE AGE OF THE SOLDIERS WAS 25.8 YEARS. (civilwar.org) Anna Leigh Hayes 3/17/14

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CHARLES KNOWLTON SUCCESSFUL INTERMEDIATE EXCISION OF THE RIGHT KNEE-JOINT. (FROM SURGICAL PHOTOS.) CAPT, 010, LA, EWELL'S CORP MINE RUN, VA, 27 NOV 1863 READ, JAMES & THOMAS, HOWELL D MCCORMICK, CHARLES 1869

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