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Amos Camden Riley, Colonel, 1st Missouri Infantry (Confederate).

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Identifier: P0084-0370

Title: Amos Camden Riley, Colonel, 1st Missouri Infantry (Confederate).

Description: Bust portrait of a man in uniform. "over Col A. C. Riley First Mo. Confd. Infty Killed May 30, 64. New Hope Ga" (written below image). "A. C. Riley Col First Mo Infty C. S. A. Killed May 30/64. at New Hope Church Georgia. While speaking to me about the battle. Jos. Boyce. Capt. Co D 1st Mo. Confed. Infty." (written on reverse side of image). "MAY 24 1915 JOS. BOYCE" (stamped on reverse side). Col. Riley was the commander of the 1st Missouri Infantry, C.S.A. He enlisted as a lieutenant and rose through the ranks to colonel. He was a resident of New Madrid, Missouri (see digital soldiers records).

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Place: United States

Dates: 1861-1865

Type(s): Photograph
Image

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Subjects: colonel
Amos Camden Riley
Amos Riley
1st Missouri Infantry
confederate
Armed Forces
man
Civil War, 1861-1865
Portrait
soldier
uniform

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