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Florida button, state seal "Cherokee rose", officer staff, E Halfmann, (22.3mm)

Florida button, state seal "Cherokee rose", officer staff, E Halfmann,

civil war florida pictures | COTTON-Civil-War-Flag-Confederate-Flag-5th-Florida

COTTON Civil War Flag...Confederate Flag...5th Florida

Officers of the Co. B, Palmetto Light Artillery, also known as The Columbia Flying Artillery, of the Third South Carolina Artillery Battalion. (Miller's Photographic History of the Civil War)

Officers of the Co. B, Palmetto Light Artillery, also known as The Columbia Flying Artillery, of the Third South Carolina Artillery Battalion. (Miller's Photographic History of the Civil War) - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

Tampa resident John Henderson was a member of Company B, 2nd Florida Infantry, during the Civil War.

Tampa resident John Henderson was a member of Company B, Florida Infantry, during the Civil War.

Eagle button. The Florida eagle button was patterned after an unofficial state seal image used in the 1850s-60s that was based closely on Florida's old territorial seal.

Eagle button The Florida eagle button was patterned after an unofficial state seal image used in the that was based closely on Florida's old territorial seal.

Theodore Brevard served in Virginia as part of the 11th Florida Infantry Regiment of Finegan's Brigade. He was elevated to the rank of Colonel, and during the war mainly commanded the 11th Florida Infantry. He was captured at Sayler's Creek and held prisoner for some time. Brevard returned to his Tallahassee law practice after the war. He married a daughter of Governor Richard K. Call. Brevard died on June 20, 1882.

Portrait of Confederate Colonel Theodore Washington Brevard - Tallahassee, Florida

native american soldiers in the civil war | Stand Watie - Brigadier General of the Civil War

Gen Stand Watie, CSA (Cherokee Chief Standhope Uwatie Degataga) -- commanded the "Confederate Indian Cavalry" of the Army of the Trans-Mississippi (composed of Cherokee, Muskogee [Creek], and Seminole braves).

Thomas Martin Palmer, Surgeon, Second Florida

Richard Ferry Military Antiques The Florida Room

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