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Amos J. Custard

Amos J. Custard
Date: Between 1861 and 1865
This is a photograph of Commissary Sergeant Amos J. Custard, a member of Company H, 11th Kansas Cavalry. He was killed on July 26, 1865 at the Battle of Platte Bridge Station when his supply train was attacked by Cheyenne and Lakota Sioux Indians.


Caddo Brave

Caddo Brave
Date: Between 1860 and 1870
This carte de visite shows a Caddo Brave holding a percussion rifle while seated on a log of wood. The identification on the photograph indicates that it was "Procured by C. L. Wilson, Co. L., 11the Kansas. 1870's."


George Morton Walker

George Morton Walker
Date: Between 1862 and 1865
This is a photograph of Second Lieutenant George Morton Walker who served in Company C, 11th Regiment Kansas Volunteer Cavalry. He was from Emporia, Kansas and enlisted as a private on August 19, 1862, promoted to sergeant on September 13, 1862, promoted to Second Lieutenant on September 20, 1863, and mustered out on September 22, 1865. His account titled "Eleventh Kansas Cavalry, 1865, and Battle of Platte Bridge" is published in the 1918 Kansas Historical Collections.


Henry C. Lindsey's portfolio of personal, military & civil history

Henry C. Lindsey's portfolio of personal, military & civil history
Creator: Lindsey, Henry C. (Henry Carlton)
Date: Between 1890 and 1895
Certificates, newspaper articles, photographs, and other materials relating to Colonel Henry Clay Lindsey, a resident of Topeka, Kansas. He had a long military and public career serving in the Civil War, Indian campaigns in Western Kansas, and the Spanish-American War. Colonel Lindsey's public service includes four terms as Topeka police chief, first elected in 1871 and serving four years as deputy chief. He was Shawnee County commissioner for six years and during that time he was chairman of the board for three years.


Josiah Meigs Hubbard

Josiah Meigs Hubbard
Date: Between 1862 and 1865
This is a carte-de-visite showing First Lieutenant Josiah Meigs Hubbard, a resident of Wabaunsee, Kansas, who served in Company K of the 11th Regiment Kansas Volunteer Cavalry. He was born in Connecticut on July 16, 1832 and came to Kansas as a member of the Beecher Rifle Company. He was president of the first Wabaunsee town company and a member of the first Kansas State Senate. When the Civil War started, he enlisted in the Eleventh Regiment of the Kansas Volunteers and was mustered in on September 15, 1862 and served until the company was discharged on September 13, 1865. Hubbard left Kansas immediately after being discharged and returned to Connecticut. He married Miss H. E. Fairchild on July 6, 1863 and she died in 1867.


Unidentified member of the 11th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry

Unidentified member of the 11th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry
Creator: R.H. Kimball & Co.
Date: Between 1863 and 1865
A photograph of an unidentified member of the 11th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry, taken in Leavenworth, Kansas.


Unidentified member of the 11th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry

Unidentified member of the 11th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry
Date: Between 1863 and 1865
A photograph of an unidentified member of the 11th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry.


Unidentified member of the 11th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry

Unidentified member of the 11th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry
Date: Between 1863 and 1865
A photograph of an unidentified member of the 11th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry.


Unidentified member of the 11th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry

Unidentified member of the 11th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry
Creator: R.H. Kimball & Co.
Date: Between 1863 and 1865
A photograph of an unidentified member of the 11th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry, taken in Leavenworth, Kansas.


Unidentified members of the 11th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry

Unidentified members of the 11th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry
Date: Between 1863 and 1865
Photographs of unidentified members of the 11th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry. The photographers include J. P. Babbitt in Fort Scott, Kansas, David R. Hoag and Israel Quick in Cincinnati, Ohio, Durland & Company in Lawrence, Kansas, W. P. Bliss & Wentworth in Topeka, Kansas, S. M. Eby & Son in Kansas City, Missouri, Brown's Photography in Paola, Kansas, F. A. Olds in Covington, Indiana, R. H. Kimball & Company in Leavenworth, Kansas, and George W. Wertz in Kansas City, Missouri.


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