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A UNION BUGLER carried this war-battered and repaired German silver bugle, about 101/4 inches tall, until it was captured by a hard-riding trooper of Maj. Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest’s command. “Captured by 4th Ala Cav/From the federals/Tishamingo Cr
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