|Description||Sash of red silk net with tassles.|
|Owned||Thomas L. Kane; James Farrell; Wilson Cary Nicholas|
1st Pennsylvania, Co. F, "Bucktail Rifles"
1st Maryland Infantry, Co. G, CSA
|Event||Battle of Harrisonburg|
Lt. Col. Thomas L. Kane of the 1st Pennsylvania, Co. F, "Bucktail Rifles" (Pennsyvlania) wore this sash as part of his Federal army uniform. 2nd Sgt. James Farrell, Co. G, 1st Maryland Infantry, CSA, removed it from the badly wounded Lt. Col., while assisting him from the field. Capt. Wilson C. Nicholas, of the same unit, confiscated the sash on June 6, 1862.
Thomas L. Kane was initially Colonel of the "Bucktails," and was wounded in the mouth at the Battle of Dranesville on October 20, 1861. In January 1862 he was elected as Lieutenant Colonel. He was wounded and captured at the Battle of Harrisonburg on June 6, 1862. This was the same battle in which Confederate General Turner Ashby was killed.
Kane, Thomas L.
Nicholas, Wilson Cary
Battle of Harrisonburg
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Shenandoah Valley Campaign, 1862
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