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    Civil War: Carte de Visite Image of Colonel Daniel S. Troy, Confederate States of America. 2.5" x 4", color highlighted, with pencil notations on the verso. Lieutenant Colonel Troy was an officer in the First Battalion of Hilliard's Legion (60th Alabama Regiment). Troy was leading the 59th Alabama Infantry into battle near Hatcher's Run, Virginia, on March 25, 1865, when he was shot by Private George W. Tompkins, Company "F", 124th New York Infantry. The flag of the 59th was being carried by Troy who was urging the men under this command forward when he was shot down by Private Tompkins. Tompkins was recommended for and received the Congressional Medal of Honor. Troy survived his near fatal wound. Very fine.

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    December, 2009
    12th Saturday
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