John Singleton Mosby is thought to be the father of modern day guerrilla warfare. He was commissioned into the state forces in early 1861, and when Virginia seceded, he became a private in Grumble Jones's 1st Virginia Cavalry and fought at 1st Bull Run. He was commissioned 1st Lt.
In February 1862, and soon began scouting for J. Stuart, guiding him on the famous ride around McClellan in June, and serving with him in the campaigns in the Peninsula, at Manassas, and at Antietam. He was given permission to organize his Partisan Rangers in January 1863, and to engage in guerrilla warfare. Rather than surrender, Mosby disbanded his Rangers on April 20, 1865. Letter providing possible authentication included in photo section.
The item "John Singleton Mosby Confederate Civil War Signed Photograph CDV rare" is in sale since Sunday, March 20, 2016. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Civil War (1861-65)\Original Period Items\Photographs". The seller is "uktena" and is located in Ballwin, Missouri.
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