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Subject's State: AR

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Subject's Country: USA

Date: 1851-1900

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Comments: (Nee: ) | AR USA | 1851-1900 | Comments: The family I obtained this tin type from surname is Riggs, but do not know if that is name of person in photo. This photo is in civil war uniform. I have also submitted photo of same young man in civilian clothing, holding a hand gun. Could be Washington or Benton County area. We had two famous civil war battlegrounds in Northwest Arkansas: Prairie Grove and Pea Ridge. Any help that could be offered would be greatly appreciated.

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