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Original Civil War Era Carte-de-Visite Images of Union Generals
CDV Image of Union General John Logan When He Was a Politician
Item #: A7455
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This is a great looking original CDV image of Union General John Alexander Logan. The face of the card is an image of the General in his fine suit of clothes from after the Civil War. Logan was born on February 9, 1826. He served during the Mexican War from Illinois. He thought that the battle of 1st Bull Run and also at Belmont, where his force was killed. At Fort Donelson. He was wounded during the battle. On March 21, 1862, he became of Brigadier General. While serving with General Grant he was at the battle of Shiloh, as well as Corinth and Vicksburg. On March 13, 1863 he was promoted to Major General. He served during Sherman's Atlanta campaign. After the Civil War, he served as a congressman and senator from the state of Illinois. In 1884, He ran unsuccessfully for vice president of the United States. These CDV images were often sold in quantity to people on the home front that wanted to see what the men they read about in the papers looked like. The back of the card is unmarked so it could be sold by any retailer. This is a great looking image of one of the most popular Union Generals from the Civil War.

Shipping Weight: 0.4 lb
$59.00 USD

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