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Early war image of the 12th Indiana Infantry. Charles F. Nelson stands in the center.

Early war image of the 12th Indiana Infantry. Charles F. Nelson stands in the center.

An American Civil War recruitment poster for the Lilly Hoosier Battery, posted by Colonel Eli Lilly in 1862

An American Civil War recruitment poster for the Lilly Hoosier Battery, posted by Colonel Eli Lilly in 1862

CDV of an Un-identified Private in the famed 19th Indiana Volunteer Infantry of the famed Iron Brigade. Shown wearing a 1st Corps Badge on his breast with IND and 19 on his hat (first time I have seen this insignia of a 19th Indiana Soldier).  The Iron Brigade famed for its tough fighting at 2nd Bull Run, in the Cornfield at Antietem and McPherson's woods at Gettysburg was considered the toughest Brigade in the Union  Army.  Very Rare.

CDV of an Un-identified Private in the famed 19th Indiana Volunteer Infantry of the famed Iron Brigade. Shown wearing a 1st Corps Badge on his breast with IND and 19 on his hat (first time I have seen this insignia of a 19th Indiana Soldier). The Iron Brigade famed for its tough fighting at 2nd Bull Run, in the Cornfield at Antietem and McPherson's woods at Gettysburg was considered the toughest Brigade in the Union Army. Very Rare.

Josiah and William Stanley, Howard County, Indiana. Company D, 39th Indiana Infantry. the 39th served as an infantry regiment until the end of 1863.  They next became mounted infantry. In 1864,  permission had been granted for the regiment to become the 5th Indiana Cavalry. William Stanley was killed in action at Stones River as a member of the 39th Indiana Infantry.

Josiah and William Stanley, Howard County, Indiana. Company D, 39th Indiana Infantry. the 39th served as an infantry regiment until the end of 1863. They next became mounted infantry. In 1864, permission had been granted for the regiment to become the 5th Indiana Cavalry. William Stanley was killed in action at Stones River as a member of the 39th Indiana Infantry.

Aaron Wert, Alamo, Indiana. Company I,11th Indiana Zouave's.. Wert was wounded during the battle of Cedar Creek, he died of his wounds on October 24, 1864.

Aaron Wert, Alamo, Indiana. Company I,11th Indiana Zouave's.. Wert was wounded during the battle of Cedar Creek, he died of his wounds on October 24, 1864.

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