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Lee’s Headquarters, post #4 (final post in the series). Here we see a view which, except for the street sign at left, could be a colorized version of an 1863 photograph. For some reason, the barrel adds dimension and interest to the scene, and the pattern of the stone draws the eye. The Civil War Trust believes that the house may have been a duplex in 1863, but little is known of its history in that regard.
CPL. ISAAC NORRIS
Co. H, 14TH Indiana Infantry
Born January 02, 1842 --- Died July 02, 1863
Cpl. Norris, who enlisted in June 1861, was killed while carrying the colors. He was buried at Christian Cemetery in Patricksburg, Indiana.
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