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CDV - Alfred Jefferson Vaughan Jr.
Item #: FDR16-079
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A very nice bust view of Confederate Brigadier General Alfred Jefferson Vaughan Jr. of Virginia. CDV has no stains or markings. Has "Gen Vaughan” written in period ink at the bottom of the card. There is no backmark.

He served in regimental or brigade command during almost every major contest in the Western theater, including Belmont, Shiloh, Perryville, Chickamauga, and Missionary Ridge, and the first half of the Atlanta Campaign. During that period he had no fewer than 8 horses shot out from under him, winning the reputation of a "fighting officer”.Perhaps, his most dramatic service came at Shiloh, whre, Apr 6, 1862 he led his troops in a charge against the Union right, routing an Ohio regiment and causing a nearby battery to abandon 3 of it’s guns. Vaughan was permanently disabled by an exploding shell that tore off his leg at Vining's Station, between Marietta and Atlanta.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
 $150.00 USD

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