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Return from picket duty, Green River, Kentucky, February 1862 A.M

Return from picket duty, Green River, Kentucky, February 1862 A.M

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Title from Blood shed in this war by M. Peake.
Collection code assigned by former owner: II-43.
Forms part of the Adolph Metzner American Civil War Collection at the Library of Congress.
Purchase; E. Burns Apfeld; 2014; (DLC/PP-2014:188).
Blood shed in this war: Civil War illustrations by Captain Adolph Metzner, 32nd Indiana / Michael A. Peake. Indianapolis : Indiana Historical Society Press, 2010, p. 17.







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