Civil War Veteran - Lewis Martin (1840 -Jan. 25, 1892) joined Company E, 29th U.S. Colored Infantry on February 9, 1864 in Upper Alton, Illinois. He fought at the famous Battle of the Crater in July 1864, where his wounds led to the amputation of a leg and arm.
Portrait of Captain Edward Camden: Volusia County, Florida, April 1917. "He put on his Civil War veteran's uniform and tried to register for the draft on the first day of World War I." These are the men who made our country great!
Photograph 1289 - Pvt. Andrew Burke Co E, 47th PA Infantry, wounded on 19 OCT 1864, Dr Weir, R.F., U.S.A. General Hospital, Frederick, Maryland. Civil War, Bone Amputation, Specimen 3925 SS - Gunshot fracture of right humerus and fractured skull.