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In February 1864, Colquitt marched his brigade south to help defend against the Union invasion of Florida, and was victorious in the Battle of Olustee.

After this battle, Colquitt's brigade rejoined Robert E. Late in the war, the brigade returned to defend North Carolina, where Colquitt surrendered in 1865...................................................., Carte de Visite by Anthony, waist up pose in Confederate uniform.

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Eight days later, he was severely wounded in the right arm while resisting a Federal crossing of the Rappahannock River, and was incapacitated for nearly a year.

Later in command in North Carolina......................................., Carte de Visite by Olwell of Mobile, [rare imprint].

Cosby brought the note that opened negotiations for the surrender of Fort Donelson, Tennessee, on February 16, 1862, from Brigadier General Buckner to Union Brigadier General Ulysses S. Cosby was captured as a result of the surrender of the Fort Donelson. Upon his return to duty in August 1862, Cosby was appointed Colonel of cavalry.

In October, 1862, he was appointed chief of staff of the Army of Mississippi and on December 23, 1862, chief of staff for the District of the Gulf, Department No. Cosby was promoted to Brigadier General on January 20, 1863 and given command of a cavalry brigade in the Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana.

The area of northern central Virginia in which Mosby operated with impunity was known during the war and ever since as Mosby's Confederacy.

Crisp and choice card.........................................., Carte de Visite by Anthony, large bust pose from life in his Colonel's uniform.

He briefly headed the Valentine Richmond History Center, which was founded by his brother, Mann S. The Wickham - Valentine House, part of the Valentine Museum in Richmond is on the National Register of Historic Places and was named for him and his brother. His works include: - Recumbent Lee, marble, Lexington, Virginia, 1875 - Stonewall Jackson Monument, bronze, Lexington, Virginia - Matthew Fontaine Maury, 1869 - Williams Carter Wickham Monument, bronze. He then attacked the Federal cavalry at Waynesboro and forced them to retreat to Bridgewater.

Monroe Park, Richmond, Virginia, 1891 - General Hugh Mercer Monument, Washington Avenue Historic District, 1906 - Robert E. Stuart was mortally wounded during this engagement, with his final order being: "Order Wickham to dismount his brigade and attack." In September 1864, after the Confederate defeat at the Battle of Fisher's Hill, Wickham blocked at Milford an attempt by Maj. Philip Sheridan to encircle and destroy the Confederate forces of Maj. Wickham resigned his commission on October 5, 1864, and took his seat in the Second Confederate Congress, to which he had been elected while in the field. Army, Lee resigned soon after secession, to join the South Carolina Militia, and delivered the historic demand to the Union to evacuate Fort Sumter, effectively starting the war.

Brady's straight forward pose of Lee in Washington in February 1866. A rare postwar view as his war period photos are extremely rare. After the fall of Atlanta on September 2, 1864, Stovall and his brigade (now part of Clayton's Division) fought in the Franklin - Nashville Campaign that fall and then the Carolinas Campaign in 1865 with what was left of the Army of Tennessee. He was an aide-de-camp to General Gideon Pillow and served at the Battle of Belmont in November.

Following the Kentucky Campaing from June to October 1862, Stovall was ordered to join Gen. In early 1862, Jackson was appointed as colonel of the 1st Tennessee Cavalry and rose to be chief of cavalry under John C. On December 29, 1862, he was promoted to brigadier general.

Braxton Bragg's Army of Tennessee, and fought during the Battle of Stones River from December 31 to January 2, 1863. He served with distinction in the Vicksburg Campaign in early 1863.

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