Up for sale is a nice original bust view CDV image of General James A. Garfield Colonel and later General of the 42nd O.Who mustered in at Camp Chase. This CDV image was from a private collection of several items that I will be listing this week including 42nd hat insignia. These were obtained from descendants of the Garfield family several years ago. CDV's of General Garfield are getting harder and harder to obtain.
The image is in good overall condition with minimal edge and corner wear, and is still very bold with little fading. The corners have been nipped slightly to fit in a photo album.Be sure to check back often for more Ohio related Civil War Garfield items. Request, Garfield deferred his military ambitions to remain in the legislature, where he helped appropriate the funds to raise and equip Ohio's volunteer regiments.
Afterward, the legislature adjourned and Garfield spent the spring and early summer on a speaking tour of northeastern Ohio, encouraging enlistment in the new regiments. The 42nd Ohio existed only on paper, so Garfield's first task was to fill its ranks. He did so quickly, recruiting many of his neighbors and former students.
In December, Garfield was ordered to bring the 42nd to Kentucky, where they joined the. Buell quickly assigned Garfield the task of driving Confederate forces out of eastern Kentucky, giving him the 18th Brigade for the campaign, which, besides his own 42nd, included the.
Two Kentucky infantry regiments and two cavalry units. In mid-December, advancing through the valley of the. The march was uneventful until Union forces reached. On January 6, 1862, where Garfield's cavalry engaged the rebels at Jenny's Creek. Confederate troops under Brigadier General.
Held the town in numbers roughly equal to Garfield's own, but Garfield positioned his troops so as to deceive Marshall into believing the rebels were outnumbered. Marshall ordered his troops to withdraw to the forks of Middle Creek, on the road to Virginia; Garfield ordered his troops to pursue them. They attacked the rebel positions on January 9, 1862, in the. The only pitched battle Garfield personally commanded. At the fighting's end, the Confederates withdrew from the field, and Garfield sent his troops to.The item "ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR CDV OF 42ND OHIO GENERAL JAMES GARFIELD LATER PRESIDENT" is in sale since Thursday, July 1, 2021. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Civil War (1861-65)\Original Period Items\Photographs"." and is located in Carroll, Ohio.
This item can be shipped to United States.