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Authentic CDV Images of Confederate Soldiers & Personalities
Original Civil War CDV Image of Confederate General Thomas Hindman
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This is an authentic CDV image of Confederate General Thomas Carmichael Hindman, Jr. (January 28, 1828 - September 27, 1868). It is a nice clear image of the General in his Confederate uniform with his collar stars vividly standing out on his collar. Hindman was born in Knoxville, Tennessee and served during the Mexican War with the 2nd Mississippi. He served in Congress in 1858 and 1860 for the state of Arkansas. He was promoted to the rank of Brigadier General on September 28th 1861 and Major General on April 14th 1862. Hindman commanded the Trans-Mississippi Department and then the Atlanta Campaign where he was wounded. He went to Mexico after the War, he moved to Mexico and returned to Arkansas in 1868. He was assassinated at his home in Helena Arkansas on September 28th 1868 by unknown assassins. It is believed to have been done because he was in opposition to carpetbaggers governing the South. The back of the card is the version that is made without a photographer's mark so it could be sold by any retailer. This is a great Confederate CDV.

Item #: B4668
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