The New York Cameron Highlanders

Prisoners after Bull Run: Some of the Highlanders, along with the Eighth Michigan, guarded by the Charleston Zouave Cadets (top), at Castle Pinckney in Charleston Harbor, SC. The Highlanders lost heavily at First Manassas (Bull Run) but stood their ground at the Stone Bridge when other Union units fled.

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Retired Texas daily newspaperman
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