WAIST-UP CDV OF THE HERO OF FORT SUMTER GENERAL P.G.T. BEAUREGARD

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Image is a waist-up view of General Beauregard in a double-breasted frockcoat with turned down collar.

Clarity is good but the contrast is a bit light. Paper has light to moderate surface dirt and the mount has been trimmed.

Reverse has no photographer’s imprint but does have a period ink ID of “P. G. T. BEAUREGARD – GENERAL.” Bottom has collector information in pencil.

From the collection of the late William A. Turner.

Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard was born near New Orleans, May 28, 1818. He graduated from West Point in 1838 and entered the Engineer Corps.  He served with distinction in the Mexican War, and at the outbreak of the Civil War resigned his commission (February 20, 1861), to enter the Confederate army as a brigadier-general, being given command of the Confederate forces bombarding Fort Sumter.

He took command of the Army of the Potomac on June 20th.  After Bull Run, he was made major general.  He was given the command of the Army of the Mississippi in March, 1862, and was second in command after A. S. Johnston joined his forces with it.  After the latter's death at Shiloh, Beauregard remained at the head of the army until after the withdrawal from Corinth at the end of May.  In 1863, he defended Charleston, and after May, 1864, cooperated with Lee in the defense of Petersburg and Richmond. He commanded the Confederate forces in the Carolinas in 1865, merging them with those under General J. E. Johnston, and surrendered his army to Sherman

After the war, he was a railroad president, adjutant-general of Louisiana, and manager of the State lottery.  He died in New Orleans, February 20, 1893 and is buried there in Metairie Cemetery.  [AD] [PH:L]

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