St Landry's Civil War Faces (150th Anniversary Of The Civil War In Louisiana)

St Landry's Civil War Faces (150th Anniversary Of The Civil War In Louisiana)

St Landry's Civil War Faces (150th Anniversary of the Civil War in Louisiana)

During the Civil War, St. Landry produced over 1000 young men as soldiers of the Confederate Army. For four long years, all of the able bodied men of St. Landry endured the horrors at the war front. These proud soldiers often had their portraits taken in uniform. A few of these rare pictures survived. They, along with portraits and photos taken of veterans long after the war, make up the core of this book. ANDERSON, Albert Berkly, 2nd Louisiana Cavalry ARNAUD, Marc Aurel Antoine 18th Louisiana Infantry BANKS, Nathaniel, Union General occupied Opelousas BASS, David, St. Landry Legislator BLOOMFIELD, Benjamin, Appointed by Jefferson Davis BROUSSARD, Frederick, Capt. Todd’s Prairie Rangers BURLEIGH, Alexander, Co. G, 8th LA Cavalry BURLEIGH, Augustus, Grand Coteau, 8th LA Cavalry CAMPBELL, Marsden, of Barbreck Plantation CAPPS, Capt. James, Admiral Porter ordered his arrest CARRIER, Ozeme, St. Landry Jayhawker CHACHERE, James O., Opelousas, 7th Louisiana Cavalry CHADDICK, Richard R., Conferate Medal of Honor CHICKERING, Thomas, E., Foraged supplies in Opelousas CLARK, Eli, St. Landry, Prairie Rangers Cavalry CLARK, John Harvey, 6th Louisiana Cavalry COLE, Seth, St. Landry Native, family escaped to Texas COMEAUX, Cleophas...

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