CDV OF FEDERAL GENERAL SAMUEL CRAWFORD

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Item Code: 1139-130

Bust view of General Samuel Crawford. He served as a surgeon at Fort Sumter, South Carolina during the confederate bombardment in 1861. He transferred to the infantry early in the war and led a brigade at Cedar Mountain. He was severely wounded at Antietam and returned to action at Gettysburg, where his division drove the Confederates out of "the valley of Death" beside Little Round Top, with Crawford dramatically seizing the colors and leading from the front. Image is clear with good detail. The corners on the card are cut. The photographer’s backmark reads “Brady’s National Photographic Portrait Gallery”. [am] [ph:L]

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