August 2014
Civil War Times;Aug2014, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p16
A photograph is presented depicting a .44 caliber Tranter revolver that was gifted to Confederate Lieutenant General James Ewell Brown Stuart by his chief of staff Heros von Borcke, after the death of Confederate Lieutenant General Stonewall Jackson.


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