Civil War CDV of Brigadier General N.J. Jackson

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Original Civil War Carte de Viste CDV Photograph of Brigadier General Nathaniel James Jackson (1818-1892). Published by E & H.T Anthony, Broadway, New York.

Writing on the back reads;

“Nathan J Jackson Brig. Gen. and Bvt Maj Gen Vols. USA”

Civil War Career:
1861: Colonel of 1st​ Maine Infantry Regiment​.
1861 – 1862: Colonel of 5th​ Maine Infantry Regiment​.
1862: Served in the Virginia Peninsula Campaign​.
1862: Wounded in the right elbow at Battle of Gaines Mill​.
1862: Served in the Battle of Crampton’s Gap and Antietam​.
1862: Wounded in the knee at Battle of Crampton’s Gap​.
1862 – 1865: Brigadier General of Union Army, Volunteers​.
1862: Stationed at Harper’s Ferry during Battle of Fredericksburg​.
1863: Wounded in Spotsylvania County when his horse slipped​.
1863: Commander of Draft Depot on Rikers Island and Hart’s Island" />.
1864: Division Commander during Sherman’s March to the Sea​.
1865: Division Commander at Battle of Bentonville, North Carolina​.
1865: Brevetted Major General for Gallantry at Gaines Mill, Virginia​.
1865: Mustered out of the Union Army on August 24th​​.

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