FRAMED CDV OF GEN. DARIUS NASH COUCH

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Offered is a CDV of General Couch sitting in a chair. He is wearing the rank of a brigadier general. The CDV is framed and matted in an 8 inch by 7-inch metal frame.

Couch graduated from West Point in 1846, with McCellan and Jackson. He resigned his commission in 1855. When the Civil War started he was a colonel of the 7th Mass. volunteers. Under McCellan he was promoted to brigadier general in August of 1861. In JULY of 1862 he tried to resign due to illness, but instead he was promoted to major general. He was a division commander at Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville. After the wilderness he applied for relief from the army. This move along with his closeness to McCellan ended his career. He did command the Pennsylvania militia during the Gettysburg campaign and a division at the battle of Nashville.

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