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1862 Cdv Photo Simon Bolivar Buckner Confederate Soldier Civil War-signed Note For Sale
This sale is for agreat original 1861-62 CDV photograph oSimon Bolivar Buckner(April 1, 1823– January 8, 1914) was an American soldier and politician who fought in theUnited States Armyin theMexican–American Warand in theConfederate States Armyduring theAmerican Civil War. He later served as the30thGovernor of Kentucky.
After graduating from theUnited States Military Academyat West Point, Buckner became an instructor there. He took a hiatus from teaching to serve in the Mexican–American War, participating in many of the major battles of that conflict. He resigned from the army in 1855 to manage his father-in-law'sreal estateinChicago, Illinois. He returned to his native state in 1857 and was appointedadjutant generalby GovernorBeriah Magoffinin 1861. In this position, he tried to enforceKentucky's neutrality policy in the early days of the Civil War. When the state's neutrality was breached, Buckner accepted a commission in the Confederate Army after declining a similar commission to theUnion Army. In 1862, he acceptedUlysses S. Grant's demand for an "unconditional surrender" at theBattle of Fort Donelson. He was the first Confederate general to surrender an army in the war. He participated inBraxton Bragg's failed invasion of Kentucky and near the end of the war became chief of staff toEdmund Kirby Smithin Note signed by Buckner dated 1885 gives address to someone in New Orleans requested by Mass. person In very good overallcondition, please see item description. Check my other greatEphemera, Paper ,Political, Advertising,Postcardsand RPPC's from this great estate in the coming days.Thanks for looking Very nice.Always items are ESTATE FRESH . ALL ARE ORIGINAL NOT REPROS.All my items always fresh to the market I never set up at shows or flea markets.PRIORITY MAIL ALWAYS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. I SHIP ON MONDAY-THURSDAY OTHER DAYS ARE SPENT FINDING YOUR TREASURES.
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