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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.

He became the lieutenant colonel of the 1st North Carolina Cavalry, and was then promoted to colonel on March 1, 1862, leading the cavalry regiment in the 1862 Peninsula Campaign.

He saw action at the Seven Days Battle, Second Battle of Bull Run (Second Manassas), and Battle of Antientam (Sharpsburg) later in 1862.

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Benjamin Mc Culloch (November 11, 1811 - March 7, 1862) was a soldier in the Texas Revolution, a Texas Ranger, a major general in the Texas militia and thereafter a major in the United States Army (United States Volunteers) during the Mexican-American War, a U. marshal, and a brigadier general in the army of the Confederate States.On May 11, 1864; he fought at the Battle of Yellow Tavern. Johnston in North Carolina in April 1865...................................., Carte de Visite in uniform, no imprint, noted on the verso by noted collector Bill Turner - ex. He led his brigade under Stonewall Jackson in the Battle of South Mountain, Battle of Antietam, the Battle of Fredericksburg, and the Battle of Chancellorsville.After Chancellorsville, some questions arose about Colquitt's performance during that battle, and his brigade was transferred to North Carolina in exchange for another.Credit for the fatal shot was claimed by sharpshooter Peter Pelican of the 36th Illinois Infantry.A really sharp post with great clarity.................................................., Carte de Visite, no imprint, bust pose from life facing left in Confederate uniform.Henry Hopkins Sibley (May 25, 1816 - August 23, 1886) was a career officer in the United States Army, who commanded a Confederate cavalry brigade in the Civil War.

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