William Henry Stone was Captain of Co. Measures 8 by 6.5 inches and in very good condition with toning, foxing, and soiling. DEPICTS THE UNIT LINED UP AND BATTLE READY WHILE HOLDING THE UNION FLAG AND CONTAINS CONTEMPORARY HANDWRITTEN NOTES.The 144th New York Infantry Regiment was organized in Delhi, New York in September 1862. Originally tasked with defending Washington, DC, they later were ordered to Suffolk, Virginia where they fought during the Siege of Suffolk. The 144th eventually was moved to Folly Island, South Carolina where they also fought at the Battle of Fort Wagner and participated in the Bombardments of Fort Sumter and Charleston.
They were a part of expeditions in Florida and South Carolina and also fought at the Battles of Honey Hill and Tulifinny. The 144th mustered out in June 1864 and those wanting to continue the fight were transferred to the 1st New York Engineer Regiment. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Civil War (1861-65)\Original Period Items\Photographs".
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