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    Pvt. K.A. McIntosh, Co. K, 6th Tenn. Infantry, C.S.A. WIA Shiloh 1862

    Gen. Mortimer Dormer Leggett -- at the beginning of the Civil War, Leggett served as a volunteer on the staff of his friend, Major General George B. McClellan in western Virginia. He helped raise the 78th Ohio Volunteer Infantry and was commissioned as its colonel in January 1862. He commanded his regiment at the battles of Fort Donelson, Shiloh, and Corinth.

    Sgt. Samuel Daimwood, Company G, "Duck River Rifles" 24th Tennessee Infantry. He was wounded at Shiloh and later returned to his regiment.

    Lieut. Josiah Mahoney, Co. D 8th Tenn. Cav.

    Portrait of Pvt. Robert Patterson, Company D, 12th Tennessee Infantry, C.S.A., with derringer and bowie knife

    Confederate soldier Laurie M. Anderson (186-) Laurie M. Anderson of Tallahassee was a member of the Bradford Light Infantry, Co. A, Florida Battalion. He died in April 7, 1862, at the Battle of Shiloh. The 1st Florida Volunteer Infantry fought in the Battle of Shiloh, April 6-7, 1862.

    John W. Branch, 12th Tennessee Infantry, Company D. His records state he was wounded at the battle of Murfreesboro and is "Supposed Killed" on December 31, 1862.

    Major McClellan, 79th New York Infantry

    Mathew B. Brady (American, 1823?–1896). General Robert E. Lee, 1865. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gilman Collection, Museum Purchase, 2005 (2005.100.1213) #mustache #movember

    Pvt. Conrad Wise Chapman, Company D, 3rd Kentucky Infantry - Confederates killed and wounded at Shiloh - Gallery - Shiloh Discussion Group

    Cowpoke

    Jefferson Coates, who lost both eyes at Gettysburg and was awarded the Medal of Honor ca 1870

    Thomas C. Barbee 6th NC Infantry, Co. I

    (c. 1862-1865) Soldier in Union uniform with 6th Corps badge with cross shape

    Rebel officer infantry frock

    Yorktown, Virginia, May 1862

    Worn by Pvt. Jediah K. Burnham, who joined the Keystone Zouaves, Company A of the 76th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry in 1863.

    Asa W. Hebbard, Co. E, 28th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, wearing a frock coat with 1st sgt. chevrons and holding a model 1855 Hardee Hat with infantry bugle. This is a good example of the dress uniform of Union Infantry. His final rank was second lieutenant.

    An Iowa Lieutenant Captured at Shiloh

    Soldiers in camp, Autumn 1862