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Thomas Gresham Lamar 2nd South Carolina Artillery Hero of Secessionville
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Standing view of Colonel Thomas Gresham Lamar who commanded the troops at the battle of Secessionville, South Carolina. Colonel Lamar commanded approximately 500 troops during the attack on Fort Lamar which resulted in a complete defeat of the Union forces trying to take Charleston by land. My research indicates that he was wounded during the battle and later died of malaria on October 17, 1862 in Charleston, South Carolina.. Colonel Lamar is considered by many to be the hero of the Battle of Secessionville.
Shipping Weight: 3 lbs
Item # df323
Your Price $975.00 USD

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