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  • Lewis Ketchum

    confederate civil war art - Google Search

  • J. P. Wyatt

    "The First Minnesota" by Don Troiani. The 1st Minnesota Infantry sucessfully drives back Wilcox's Brigade on July 2, Gettysburg. Out of the 262 men that took part in the attack, 215 were killed, wounded, or missing.

  • Griffin Bates

    The boldest charge ever done in American History.

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    The First Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment mustered for a three-year term (1861-1864) in the Union Army at the outset of the American Civil War when the prevailing enlistment period was three months. During offensive movements, it sustained high degrees of casualties at the Battles of First Bull Run (20%) and Antietam (28%) and a catastrophic degree of casualties (82%) at the Battle of Gettysburg. It is most noted for its service on the second day at Gettysburg. Joseph Scully was mustered.

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