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Julian Scott (1846-1901) at 15 became a drummer in the 3rd Vermont, which saw action in the Battle of Lee's Mills in the Civil War. He saved the lives of 9 wounded men and was awarded the Medal of Honor, becoming the first individual soldier to be do honored in the Civil War. Scott was wounded at the Battle of White Oak Swamp. During his recuperation he first began to work as an artist. In 1864 he returned to the battlefields as an artist, documenting important Civil War battles. Scott was chosen to accompany other artists westward with the 1890 census-takers to record the vanishing American Indians. He did many portraits of the remaining chiefs and warriors.