Gold Cane of General Morgan. Brigadier General George Washington Morgan. Genuine original personal gold cane of General George Washington Morgan.
Etched Gen Morgan on one side and Mt. The cane measures 36 inches in length and the handle is 10k/12k rolled gold. When the United States went to war with Mexico, Morgan enlisted and became colonel of the 2nd Ohio Infantry. In 1847, Morgan was promoted again to brigadier general after his gallantry in the battles of Contreras and Churubusco.After the Mexican war, Morgan became Minster to Portugal until the outbreak of the Civil War when he was given command of the 7th Division in the Army of the Ohio under Don Carlos Buell. In 1862, he was tasked with taking the vitally important Cumberland Gap.
After several months of brutal marching and outmaneuvering the Confederates, Morgan successfully captured the Gap in June 1862. The items in the images are the exact ones you will receive.