More Images of 11th Wisconsin Soldiers

Carte-de-visite studio portrait of 1st Lieutenant Richard Cadell seated in a chair and wearing his military uniform. He holds a rifle in his right hand and a pistol across his chest in his left hand. He served in Company D, 11th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, and was killed in the Battle of Blakely, at Fort Blakeley, Alabama, on April 9th, 1865. At the time of his death, he was a 2nd Lieutenant. On reverse of image, “Mrs. TEN EYCK, 89 Wisconsin St., Milwaukee. (Old No. 16).” There is also a cancelled proprietary 2 cent stamp on the back. (Credit: Wisconsin Historical Society)
 Johnny H. Nichols, an Oshkosh, Wisconsin resident who was a drum major for the 11th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment. It shows Nichols in uniform.

Again unfortunately I didn’t have access to these when writing my book, but getting the chance to share here now.

About Chris

Christopher Wehner is a Civil War historian with his M.A. in United States history emphasis the American Civil War. He is a published author with two books, numerous journal and digital media media publications to his credit. To contact chris, cwehner -at- soldierstudies .org
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