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This carte de visite shows Marshall Cleveland seated and holding two revolvers with a bowie knife. In 1861, Cleveland became Captain of Company H, Seventh Kansas Volunteer Cavalry, Jennison's Regiment. Cleveland resigned his commission and became a Jayhawker, stealing horses and terrorizing people in Kansas and Missouri. He was killed May 11,1862, at Marais des Cygnes by soldiers of the Sixth Kansas Volunteer Cavalry.

Date: 1861

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Item Number: 211276
Call Number: B Cleveland, Marshall *1
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 211276

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