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Inscribed ! - Civil War CDV photograph – Mjr. Gen. Erasmus D. Keyes

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This nice original inscribed Civil War photograph in CDV format is back marked E. & H. T. Anthony from Photographic Negative of Brady’s National Portrait Gallery. The photograph is of Mjr. Gen. Erasmus D. Keyes . Keyes graduated from West Point in 1832 and served for a time in the pre Civil War years as aide-de-camp to Gen. Winfield Scott. He commanded a number of expeditions against Indians in the northwest where he took part in a number of engagements. A brigade commander at 1st Bull Runn, Keyes was in command of the 4th Army corps, at Lee's Mills and in the Siege of Yorktown. He was brevetted to Brig. General for his conduct in the battle of Fair Oaks. Resigning from the army in 1864 Keyes settled in San Francisco and became involved in gold mining.
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