|Alonzo H. Pickle|
|Unit||1st Battalion Minnesota Infantry|
|Battles/wars||American Civil War|
|Awards||Medal of Honor|
Alonzo H. Pickle (born July 2, 1843) was an Canadian-American soldier and member of the 1st Battalion Minnesota Infantry who fought in the American Civil War and was awarded the Medal of Honor for rescuing a wounded officer from the line of fire during the Second Battle of Deep Bottom. Pickle was a citizen of Minnesota, as his family moved there in 1857. Alonzo was discharged in 1865, and had four children.
- Hoy, Claire (2004). Canadians in the Civil War. McArthur & Company.
- "PICKLE, ALONZO H.". Congressional Medal of Honor Society. http://www.cmohs.org/recipient-detail/1060/pickle-alonzo-h.php. Retrieved 18 April 2016.
- History of Olmsted County, Together with Biographical Matter, Statistics, etc.. Chicago: H. H. Hill and Company. 1883.
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