Above is a photo of Henry Hartner Rist of the 16th Louisiana Infantry, Co. A.  (Rist's Photo can be found at the United Daughters of the Confederacy, Fort Fisher Chapter).  Henry Rist joined the East Feliciana Guards in 1861. He and his company were sent to Camp Moore in the Summer of 1861 and on September 29th the East Feliciana Guards became Company A of the 16th Louisiana Infantry. Once formed the 16th Louisiana moved to New Orleans and remained part of that city's garrison until early…

Above is a photo of Henry Hartner Rist of the 16th Louisiana Infantry, Co. A. (Rist's Photo can be found at the United Daughters of the Confederacy, Fort Fisher Chapter). Henry Rist joined the East Feliciana Guards in 1861. He and his company were sent to Camp Moore in the Summer of 1861 and on September 29th the East Feliciana Guards became Company A of the 16th Louisiana Infantry. Once formed the 16th Louisiana moved to New Orleans and remained part of that city's garrison until early…

[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform with double barrel shotgun, Bowie knife, and two pistols]

[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform with double barrel shotgun, Bowie knife, and two pistols]

Sergeant John E. Barlow of 2nd Co. M, 1st Mississippi Cavalry Regiment with sword and revolver.  Liljenquist Family Collection, the Library of Congress.

Sergeant John E. Barlow of 2nd Co. M, 1st Mississippi Cavalry Regiment with sword and revolver. Liljenquist Family Collection, the Library of Congress.

Alabama civil war Photographs and Pictures Collection | ... Company I, "Cherokee Rangers," 19th Alabama Infantry Regiment] (LOC

Alabama civil war Photographs and Pictures Collection | ... Company I, "Cherokee Rangers," 19th Alabama Infantry Regiment] (LOC

Thomas Isaiah Booker in Confederate uniform with Colt navy revolver, book, tin drum canteen, and sign reading Jeff Davis and the South!    Summary: Photo shows identified soldier from Louisiana from either Co. D, 8th Louisiana Cavalry Regiment; Co. B, 28th Louisiana Infantry Regiment, or Co. B, 29th Louisiana Infantry Regiment.    Soldier identification from great granddaughter Suella Booker Cooper (November 2012)

Thomas Isaiah Booker in Confederate uniform with Colt navy revolver, book, tin drum canteen, and sign reading Jeff Davis and the South! Summary: Photo shows identified soldier from Louisiana from either Co. D, 8th Louisiana Cavalry Regiment; Co. B, 28th Louisiana Infantry Regiment, or Co. B, 29th Louisiana Infantry Regiment. Soldier identification from great granddaughter Suella Booker Cooper (November 2012)

Private Samuel T. Cowley(1842-?) of Co. A, 2nd Virginia Infantry Regiment; hand colored ambrotype, unknown photographer;  part of the Liljenquist Family Collection of Civil War Photographs, LOC; Call Number:  AMB/TIN no. 3116[P&P]--handwritten note in  case: "keep this to remember old S.T. Crowley in the Southern Army, June 9, 1861. God bless you all, now and forever"

Private Samuel T. Cowley(1842-?) of Co. A, 2nd Virginia Infantry Regiment; hand colored ambrotype, unknown photographer; part of the Liljenquist Family Collection of Civil War Photographs, LOC; Call Number: AMB/TIN no. 3116[P&P]--handwritten note in case: "keep this to remember old S.T. Crowley in the Southern Army, June 9, 1861. God bless you all, now and forever"

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