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    BATTLE OF CORINTH COLONEL WILLIAM P. RODGERS, 2ND TEXAS INF., CA 1860S Rodgers was killed leading the charge on battery Robinette. This framed 12" x 14" lot of three William Rogers items has a pre-Civil War autographed CDV of him, a CDV of the dead Confederates where Rodgers is purportedly among the dead, and a stereographic card "Confederate Dead at Fort Robinette, Corinth." Nice lot of this early Texas Confederate soldier. Entered service October 1861, killed April 1, 1862.

    Condition: Overall fine condition, his CDV has small damage to eye.

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    December, 2007
    1st Saturday
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