Later in command in North Carolina......................................., Carte de Visite by Olwell of Mobile, [rare imprint].
Cosby brought the note that opened negotiations for the surrender of Fort Donelson, Tennessee, on February 16, 1862, from Brigadier General Buckner to Union Brigadier General Ulysses S. Cosby was captured as a result of the surrender of the Fort Donelson. Upon his return to duty in August 1862, Cosby was appointed Colonel of cavalry.
, Carte de Visite, from life photograph in uniform, no imprint. After serving in the Seven Days Battles, Second Battle of Manassas and Battle of Sharpsburg, he became John C.
Army, Lee resigned soon after secession, to join the South Carolina Militia, and delivered the historic demand to the Union to evacuate Fort Sumter, effectively starting the war.
His troopers repeatedly skirmished in August with the Union cavalry of H.
Judson Kilpatrick, which was attempting to destroy railroads south of the city.
In February 1864, Colquitt marched his brigade south to help defend against the Union invasion of Florida, and was victorious in the Battle of Olustee.He saw action at the Seven Days Battle, Second Battle of Bull Run (Second Manassas), and Battle of Antientam (Sharpsburg) later in 1862.During the Gettysburg Campaign, Baker was wounded at the Battle of Brandy Station. Wade Hampton's brigade when that officer was severely wounded by a saber slash.Johnston in North Carolina in April 1865...................................., Carte de Visite in uniform, no imprint, noted on the verso by noted collector Bill Turner - ex. He led his brigade under Stonewall Jackson in the Battle of South Mountain, Battle of Antietam, the Battle of Fredericksburg, and the Battle of Chancellorsville.After Chancellorsville, some questions arose about Colquitt's performance during that battle, and his brigade was transferred to North Carolina in exchange for another.