Fortress Monroe, Col. Duryea [i.e. Duryée] & staff


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Fortress Monroe, Col. Duryea [i.e. Duryée] & staff

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Stacy, George, photographer Stacy, George, publisher

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A photographic print stereograph pf Col. Duryea and his staff in uniform at Fort Monroe

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Stereograph of soldiers in uniform

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Fort Monroe, Hampton Roads, Virginia

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Library of Congress

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Brigadier General Abram Duryée
(1815 - 1890)
Home State: New York
Command Billet: Brigade Commander
Branch of Service: Infantry
Unit: 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, I Corps
On the Campaign-He commanded the 1st Brigade/2nd Division/First Corps at South Mountain on 14 September and at Antietam on the 17th, where he was again wounded, in the early morning fighting in the Miller Cornfield. For a time at Antietam led the Division when General Ricketts relieved General Hooker in command of the Corps.

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