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Samuel Hawes of the famed Washington Light Artillery
Item #: df329
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Waist up view of Lt. Samuel Hawes of the 2nd company Washington Artillery. Hawes had a distinguished career and had a horse shot out from under him at 2nd Manassas. In the after action report it was noted that he "Behaved with great coolness." Lt. Hawes surrendered with General Lee at Appomattox, Virginia. Nice image by A.A. Turner 57 Camp street, New Orleans, Louisiana with lightly clipped corners.

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