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Images of the 1st Minnesota Regiment wintered at Camp Stone, near Edward’s Ferry, Virginia – January 2, 1862

Filed under: Civil War Daybook — Lori Williamson @ 9:00 am

From August 1861 to February 1862 the 1st Minnesota Regiment wintered at Camp Stone, near Edward’s Ferry, Virginia. Depicted here are Colonel Gorman’s headquarters and a group of officers at Camp Stone.

Citation:   Title:  General Willis Gorman’s headquarters at Camp Stone, near Edwards Ferry, Maryland.
Location no. E425.11 p2

Officers of 1st Minnesota Volunteers, Camp Stone near Edwards Ferry, Virginia.  Details:  Left to right Captain Wilson Farrell, 1st Lieutenant Sam Raguet, Captain Louis Muller, Lieutenant Charles Zierenverg and Captain Henry Coates. Seated is Captain Mark Downie.
Location no. E425.12 r5

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