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Original Civil War Era Carte-de-Visite Images of Union Generals
Framed Engraving Style Image of Union General Philip Sheridan by Appleton
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This is an authentic engraving style image of Union General Philip Henry Sheridan (1831-1888). Sheridan was one of the most famous of all Civil War generals. Sheridan graduated West point in 1853 and served for eight years before the Civil War broke out. His first position during the war was as Chief Quartermaster of the Army of Southwest Missouri. In May of 1862 he was promoted to Colonel of the 2nd Michigan Cavalry. Sheridan made Brigadier General on September 13th 1862. He fought at numerous important battles including Perryville, Stones River, Chickamauga and Missionary Ridge. He then went to aid Grant in Virginia and then made his Shenandoah Valley campaign. After his valiant victory at Winchester he was made a full Major General on November 14th 1864.It is a nice clear image of the general in his uniform with the stars visible on his shoulder. These CDV images were an important part of history from the Civil War era. Below the image it has a printed copy of his signature. It also has the printer marking of the Appleton firm. It comes in a more modern frame that has an overall size of 6 inches by 9 inches in size. It is ready for your wall and will make a solid addition to any Civil War collection.

Item #: A6066
Shipping Weight: 0.4 lb
Your Price:$49.00 USD
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