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VA Throws 1,100 Veterans Medical Records In Trash

VA Throws 1,100 Veterans Medical Records In Trash

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Civil War

CIVIL WAR US STAFF AND FIELD OFFICERS SWORD,1860.

CIVIL WAR US STAFF AND FIELD OFFICERS SWORD,1860.

Set of Civil War Medical Staff Officer's Epaulettes

Set of Civil War Medical Staff Officer's Epaulettes

Very nice Civil War period silver plated U.S. Medical Staff Officers Sword

Very nice Civil War period silver plated U.S. Medical Staff Officers Sword

Very nice Civil War period silver plated U.S. Medical Staff Officers Sword

Very nice Civil War period silver plated U.S. Medical Staff Officers Sword

The 6th Regiment Artillery, New York Volunteers, mustered into service for three years as the 135th New York Volunteer Infantry on September 2, 1862. Converted into an artillery regiment and designated the 6th Artillery on October 6, 1862, the regiment recruited and mustered (for 3 years) two more companies on December 4, 1862. When their term expired, those entitled were discharged and the regiment continued in service as "Veteran Volunteers," as indicated by the "N.Y.S.V.V."

The 6th Regiment Artillery, New York Volunteers, mustered into service for three years as the 135th New York Volunteer Infantry on September 2, 1862. Converted into an artillery regiment and designated the 6th Artillery on October 6, 1862, the regiment recruited and mustered (for 3 years) two more companies on December 4, 1862. When their term expired, those entitled were discharged and the regiment continued in service as "Veteran Volunteers," as indicated by the "N.Y.S.V.V."

106th Regiment NY Volunteer Infantry Regimental Color.  Manufactured by Tiffany & Company from New York City, the richly embroidered regimental color carried by the 106th Regiment, NY Volunteer Infantry includes the Arms of the State of New York, complete with numeric designation in the upper ribbon, surrounded by 14 battle honors commemorating the regiment’s service throughout 1863 and 1864.

106th Regiment NY Volunteer Infantry Regimental Color. Manufactured by Tiffany & Company from New York City, the richly embroidered regimental color carried by the 106th Regiment, NY Volunteer Infantry includes the Arms of the State of New York, complete with numeric designation in the upper ribbon, surrounded by 14 battle honors commemorating the regiment’s service throughout 1863 and 1864.

James Bryant by J. Berry of Owego, N.Y. Bryant, who served as captain of Company G of the Fifth New York Cavalry, was wounded and captured during the fighting around Spotsylvania near Guinea Station in May 1864. He survived and mustered out of the army in 1865.

James Bryant by J. Berry of Owego, N.Y. Bryant, who served as captain of Company G of the Fifth New York Cavalry, was wounded and captured during the fighting around Spotsylvania near Guinea Station in May 1864. He survived and mustered out of the army in 1865.