Col. Henry Fowler, 63nd NY


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Col. Henry Fowler, 63nd NY

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A full-body glass plate negative of Union Lieutenant Colonel
Henry Thomas Fowler and two others in uniform

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Full-body glass plate negative of soldiers in uniform

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Glass plate negative

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Lieutenant Colonel Henry Thomas Fowler
(1819 - 1877)
Home State: Connecticut
Command Billet: Commanding Regiment
Branch of Service: Infantry
Unit: 63rd New York Infantry
On the Campaign-He was wounded in the arm in the combat at the Sunken Road shortly after. As Major Bentley, and all but one of the other officers of the Regiment were either killed or wounded, Captain O'Neill, Company A, the only unwounded officer present at that time, took command when Fowler was carried off.

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