General Albert L. Lee CDV with New Orleans Backmark
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General Lee started his career in the 7th Kansas Cavalry as major.  After several minor engagements in Kansas and Missouri,the 7th Kansas Cavalry moved to operations on the east bank of the Mississippi.  Lee was appointed brigadier in April, 1863 and was General McClernand's Chief of Staff during the battles of Champion's Hill and the Big Black River.  He was wounded during the seige of Vicksburg.   After returning to the army, Lee became the chief of cavalry of the Department of the Gulf.  He participated in the Red River campaign.


This is a three quarter standing view of General Lee as a brigadier general.  THe backmark on the image is "E. Jacobs - 93 Camp St. - New Orleans".  The image has a two cent orange tax stamp on the back.

Item #: vm226

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