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General Casimir Pulaski

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General Casimir Pulaski
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Illustration in blue of man mounted on a horse wearing tricorn hat and holding a saber. White text and two five-pointed star shapes on a red outer border than encircles all but the bottoms of the button's edge.

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Prudential Adv. Spec. Chicago 60630 (union bug)

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General Casimir Pulaski, born in Warsaw, Poland, in 1745, is known for fighting against Russian and Prussian interference in Polish affairs and against Great Britain in the American Revolution. In American, he formed the Pulaski Legion, which utilized guerrilla-style tactics against the British. Pulaski was wounded in Savannah, Georgia, in 1779. He died days later aboard an American ship called the Wasp. His death date and body location are disputed. A 20th Century a DNA analysis conducted Pulaski's possible remains that were reburied at the Casimir Pulaski Monument in 1853 came back inconclusive. 


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Kazimierz Pułaski. (2014, August 04). Retrieved November 04, 2017, from

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