Wonderful early war Brady view of a group shot of Soldiers from the 29th NY, though the original owner trimmed the image down to fit in an album removing the brady imprints from this larger sized view. Three of the Soldiers are identified on the album page which will accompany the image. They are Captain John Von Nostitz standing in the middle with sword, Sgt Gustav Wiener standing to the left, and Sgt Charles Ziegler standing to the right.Many are armed with rifles and swords in the view which is very sharp. Hartmann, Alexander Von Schluembach; Majs. Wainwright, Lewis Hartmann, Ulrich Gullmann, Alexander. The 28th, the "Astor Rifles, " was recruited in New York city and. There mustered into the U.
Service on June 4 and 6, 1861, for. A two years' term most of its members being of German nativity. On June 21, it left the state for Washington, where it occupied.
Camp Dorsheimer until July 9, when it moved to Arlington Heights. It was assigned to Blenker's brigade and was present in the. Reserve at the first battle of Bull Run, returning after the. One company of the regiment was detached. To take charge of the guns of Capt.Varian's battery and was. Afterward organized as the 1st independent N. From July 26 to Oct.
13, the regiment was stationed at Roach's. Mills and after several camps of a few days each it established.
Winter quarters at Hunter's Chapel, where it arrived on Nov. During its service here it was assigned to Steinwehr's brigade. Which in April, 1862, was ordered to join the Mountain Department. And after weeks of marching, participated in the battle of Cross.
It was with the 1st brigade, 2nd division, 1st corps, Army of. Virginia, from June 26, and was present through the ensuing.Campaign, being engaged at Sulphur Springs, and losing 20 killed. 95 wounded and 17 missing at the second battle of Bull Run. The middle of September to December the command encamped at. It then moved to Falmouth, where it was quartered. Until February, when permanent quarters were established at.
From September, 1862, it served with the 1st brigade, 2nd. Division, 11th corps, and in April, 1863, was ordered to protect. The passage of the Rappahannock, at the opening of the. In the battle of Chancellorsville it. Stafford Court House, and on June 2, left for New York city.
Where it was mustered out on the 23d. The total strength of the. Regiment was 902 members, of whom 42 were killed or died of. Wounds, and 22 died from accident, imprisonment or disease. The item "Civil War CDV Union Soldiers 29th NYVI, Capt VonNostitz, sgt Wiesner, Sgt Ziegler" is in sale since Saturday, June 5, 2021.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Civil War (1861-65)\Original Period Items\Photographs". The seller is "civil_war_photos" and is located in Midland, Michigan.
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