FIRST SOUTH CAROLINA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY Civil War Print by Don Troiani

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The First South Carolina Volunteers were a Union Army Regiment  of the American Civil War composed of escaped slaves from South Carolina and Florida. The regiment was re-designated the 33rd US Colored Infantry on February 8, 1864. They were unique in their designation as black troops fighting for the Union.

  • Image Size  11 1/2 x 14 1/2"
  • Condition  mint. 
  • Limited edition of 1500