Fairchild at Gettysburg Monument
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Governor Lucius Fairchild of Wisconsin and an unidentified group visiting the still uncompleted national monument at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Fairchild is just to the left of the monument, wearing a top hat. As the colonel of the 2nd Wisconsin Infantry, Fairchild was injured at the battle and lost his arm as a result. Also in the photograph is a portion of the cemetery and a group of soldiers in Zouave uniforms.
- Tipton & Myers, Gettysburg, Pa
- Recollection Wisconsin
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- Wisconsin Historical Society
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- Tipton & Myers, Gettysburg, Pa. Fairchild at Gettysburg Monument. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://content.wisconsinhistory.org/cdm/ref/collection/quiner/id/22991. (Accessed June 5, 2020.)
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