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American Civil War Artifacts -                                                      CDV Major Thomas K. Coleman, 4th Alabama Infantry.

American Civil War Artifacts - CDV Major Thomas K. Coleman, 4th Alabama Infantry.

CDV Major Thomas K. Coleman, 4th Alabama Infantry

CDV Major Thomas K. Coleman, 4th Alabama Infantry

18th alabama infantry | Col. Edward Courtenay Bullock, Eighteenth Alabama Infantry

18th alabama infantry | Col. Edward Courtenay Bullock, Eighteenth Alabama Infantry

Confederate 6th Plate Ambrotype, 11th Alabama Vol. Infantry Regiment. Rare Confederate Image with a lot going for it. Note the “11 ALA” written in gold tint on his hat. Our subject has a determined look on his face and is armed with a round barreled revolver and 3 band musket. Check out the coarseness of the homespun uniform and the plain as day Confederate Frame Buckle on his belt. We may not know the name of this soldier but there is plenty of information out there on the 11th Alabama…

Confederate 6th Plate Ambrotype, 11th Alabama Vol. Infantry Regiment. Rare Confederate Image with a lot going for it. Note the “11 ALA” written in gold tint on his hat. Our subject has a determined look on his face and is armed with a round barreled revolver and 3 band musket. Check out the coarseness of the homespun uniform and the plain as day Confederate Frame Buckle on his belt. We may not know the name of this soldier but there is plenty of information out there on the 11th Alabama…

Flag of the Duncan Riflemen, Co. A, Third Battalion Mississippi Infantry/45th Mississippi Infantry Courtesy of the Mississippi Department of Archives & History, Jackson, MS.

Flag of the Duncan Riflemen, Co. A, Third Battalion Mississippi Infantry/45th Mississippi Infantry Courtesy of the Mississippi Department of Archives & History, Jackson, MS.

WILSON, Van B. (Pvt.) 11th Alabama (son of Burr W. Wilson)    Assigned to J.E.B. Stuart's Cavalry; killed at Battle of Hagerstown, MD (July 1863)

WILSON, Van B. (Pvt.) 11th Alabama (son of Burr W. Wilson) Assigned to J.E.B. Stuart's Cavalry; killed at Battle of Hagerstown, MD (July 1863)

Confederate 1/6th Plate Ambrotype. The sitter on the left had the foresight to scratch his name – M. Shuttleworth – into the field of his portrait. Professional research reveals him to be Morgan Shuttleworth, Co. “H”, 36th Alabama Infantry.

C.S.A. brothers served in 36th Alabama

Confederate 1/6th Plate Ambrotype. The sitter on the left had the foresight to scratch his name – M. Shuttleworth – into the field of his portrait. Professional research reveals him to be Morgan Shuttleworth, Co. “H”, 36th Alabama Infantry.

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