CDV - Civil War Era Photo Featuring John Barnett Sloan - 31st & 179th NY. Photographed with three friend or brother officers, Sloan is seated on the left in overcoat. Sloan enlisted at New York City, as a 1st lieutenant, and commissioned into Co.
"I", 31st NY Infantry, and mustered out in June of 1863. Sloan was promoted to captain in January of 1862 Co. He was wounded at Fredericksburg, Va.
In May of 1864, he was commissioned into the field and staff of the 179th New York Infantry and was killed at Petersburg, Va. The three other gentlemen in the photograph may be brother officers in the 31st New York, or friend.Sloan is wearing his overcoat, and the quatrefoil on the sleeves appears to be for either the rank of Captain, not being wide enough for the triple strands of quatrefoil showing. The image was taken in Albany, most likely between regiment enlistments, and was taken by Churchill & Denison, Albany. Very good - fine condition. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Civil War (1861-65)\Original Period Items\Photographs". The seller is "jimmtn" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Poland, Ireland, Netherlands, Sweden, Belgium, Israel, Italy, Switzerland, China, Portugal, Australia, Austria, Czech Republic, Greenland, United Kingdom, France, Denmark, Spain, Bermuda, South Korea, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, Canada, India, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Japan, Finland, Germany.