The Colonel Everard Bierer Civil War Era Presentation Officer's Sword and Scabbard
the sword engraved Ames Mfg. Co., Chicopee, Mass. and stamped 1862 J.H., the scabbard engraved Capt Everard Bierer from his friends, Union Town, Pa., length: 38 in.

Other Notes: Colonel Everard Bierer (b. 1827 in Uniontown, Fayette County, Pennsylvania - d. 1910 in Hiawatha, Brown County, Kansas) fought in the Union Army as Captain of Company F, 11th Regiment of Pennsylvania Reserve Volunteer Corps. He was wounded in the Battle of South Mountain on September 14th, 1862. In October of that year he was appointed Commandant of Camp Curtain in Harrisburg, PA, where he organized several regiments of the Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry and in November was appointed Colonel of the 171st Regiment.

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