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Images updated 9 MAR 21
The 39th New York Infantry Regiment, known as the “Garibaldi Guard” after the Italian revolutionary, Giuseppe Garibaldi, was an infantry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War.
This regiment was mustered in New York city by the Union Defense Committee, under the leadership of Col. Frederick George D’Utassy by special authority from the war department during the civil war of the United States.
Laeding on horse Frederick George D’Utassy (November 26th 1827 – May 5th 1892) was an officer in the Union Army in the American Civil War who led the famous “Garibaldi Guard” or the 39th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment from 1861 to 1863. The flamboyant Colonel was court-martialed in1863 for fraud and conduct prejudicial to military discipline.
4 images updated 8 FEB - The 14th Regiment New York State Militia, which was also called the 14th Brooklyn Chasseurs, was a volunteer militia regiment from the city of Brooklyn, New York.
During the civil war the men of the 14th Brooklyn became well known by both armies and throughout the country for their hard drill, hard fighting, and constant refusal to stand down from a fight.
They received their nickname, the “Red legged Devils”, during the First Battle of Bull Run.
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Union Brig Gen Barnard Bee . . . who said "Rally around the Virginians, there stands Jackson like a stone wall"
5th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Marion Rifles (Company A)
5th Virginia Infantry, Company L (West Augusta Guard)
5th Virginia Infantry, Company K (Continental Morgan Guard)
Bull Run 4th Virginia Standard Bearer
33rd Virginia Emerald Guard