The Army of Tennessee pattern battle flag adorns this rare belt plate worn by John Bell Hood. His French manufactured cavalry officer’s saber is an interesting choice for
Men of the Quartermaster’s Department building transport steamers on the Tennessee River at Chattanooga, 1864. 165-C-1068. National Archives Identifier: 533135
The NPS summary for Spotsylvania: “After the Wilderness, Grant’s and Meade’s advance on Richmond by the left flank was stalled at Spotsylvania Court House on
Battle summary below provided by the Civil War Trust | Read more on their site “In conjunction with other spring 1864 offensives against strategic points
George Schuch of the 183rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry Co E was at Franklin. George Schuch(k) Spelled Schuck in most records Schuch on his gravestone and
Escapes at Oglethorpe During Foote’s Macon, GA confinement, he reports five escapes: June 27th (1 man), July 15th (3 men), and July 16th (1 man).