Levi Maish

6 August 2020

Lieutenant Colonel Levi Maish, 130th Pennsylvania Infantry was wounded by a gunshot to his right lung at Antietam. He survived that wound and another, at Chancellorsville in May 1863, and mustered out as Colonel of the regiment soon after. He served as a US Congressman from 1875 to 1891.

His picture in uniform from one kindly provided by Scott D Hann from his collection. The other photograph, from his time as a Congressman, was contributed to his memorial on Findagrave by A.W. Holtzapple.

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