American Civil War

                              Union – 20th Maine Volunteer Regiment

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20thME – 01 Captain Ellis Spear, Commander of Co. G, 20th Maine and First Sergeant James Rundlett. Captain Spear was well known for his pipe in hand and was the commander of the left side of the Regiment on the famous Bayonet charge, “the Wheeling flank of the right wheel forward”. The swinging and straightening of the left wing down the slope succeeded. 
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20thME – 02, Two Infantrymen, one kneeling firing with bayonet and one sitting on ground loading. (Limited to 400)

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20thME – 03, Color Sergeant, Andrew J. Tozier, Co. I, 20th Maine. “At one moment it looked as if the colors of the Twentieth Maine must be lost. Buried from sight in the smoke, when the black cloud lifted for a moment the colors were seen almost alone. All the Color-Guard and the flanks of the companies on its right and left were cut away by heavy Confederate fire; but the Color-Sergeant, Andrew J. Tozier, was standing his ground, the staff planted on the ground, supported with his right arm, had picked up a musket and was defending his colors with bullet, bayonet and butt, alone!”. (Limited to 400)
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20thME-04, Acting Adjutant, First Lt. Thomas Chamberlain, Co. G, 20th Maine Plus Infantryman kneeling loading.  First Lt. Thomas Chamberlain Kneeling firing pistol. In the Battle, Colonel Chamberlain seeing the heroic example by Sergeant Tozier and the imminent peril of the Colors, sent acting Adjutant First Lt. Thomas Chamberlain, his brother, to  rally some men for support of the Sergeant and the rescue of the colors which he did. (Limited to 400)
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20thME-06, Captain Clark and Infantryman firing. Captain Clark was commander of Company E in line of battle. He was the senior Captain Officer in the Regiment. Clark’s nickname was “Pap” At the age of 37 he was the oldest officer in the regiment and old enough to be the father of the youngest private in the 20th Maine. Clark’s orders, in the famous bayonet charge, was to keep a tight hold on the 83rd Pennsylvania to prevent the enemy from trying to break through between the regiment. The 83rd  were next in the line of battle to the right of the 20th Maine.(Limited to 400)
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20thME – 07 Battle of the Little Round Top, 20th Maine Regiment. Colonel, Joshua L. Chamberlain & Confederate Officer, (2pcs)                    

 

Colonel Joshua Chamberlain, Commander of the 20th Maine. After several charges by the 15th Alabama,  Colonel Chamberlain seeing the numbers of the 20th Maine being depleted and ammunition running low, ordered a maneuver that was considered unusual for the day: He ordered his left flank, which had been pulled back, to advance with bayonets. As soon as they were in line with the rest of the regiment, the remainder of the regiment charged, akin to a door swinging shut. This simultaneous frontal assault and flanking maneuver halted and captured a good portion of the 15th Alabama. In the first onset of this charge the Colonel, with uplifted sword and his Colt revolver in the other, came directly in contact with the commanding officer of the Confederates center. He fired one barrel in the Colonel’s face but pistol was empty. Than, the Confederate officer surrendered by handing Chamberlain his sword.

 

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