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Full Portrait of Captain Henry de Crauzat of Company D of the Ninety-Eighth Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. ID'd on the back. He resigned on September 9, 1862. the Ninety-Eighth Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry organized in Philadelphia from August to November of 1861, moved to the defenses of Washington shortly after being formed, then was moved into Pecks Brigade of Couch's Division in the Army of the Potomac. Served in this capacity through October of 1862. Ultimately the unit would be assigned to the Sixth Corps, but this was after de Crauzat left the Army. While he was still in this unit, it participated in the following actions: The march to First Manassas, the Siege of Yorktown, the Battle of Williamsburg on May 5, 1862, The Battle of Fair Oaks/ Seven Pines! May 31/ June 1, 1862, The Battle of the Seven Days, Malvern Hill.
Location:6125 Boydton Plank Rd.Petersburg,Virginia 23803