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General D.H. Hill, CSA, and no I have not forgotten.

Jubal A. Early (1816-1894) – Early was born in Franklin County, Virginia on November 3, 1816. A lawyer and general in the Civil War, he served under ...

Confederate General A.P. Hill

Civil War Photos General Beauregard who was the one in charge of firing on Fort Sumpter

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Confederate General John Gregg died October 7th 1864 during the Siege of Petersburg. John Gregg was born September 28th 1828 in Lawrencev.

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General Daniel Harvey Hill Portrait photograph taken early in the Civil War

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General A.P Hill Confederate Amry

UNION GENERAL GETS AN EARFUL FROM GENERAL D.H.HILL

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Major General Lafayette McLaws

Lt. General Richard S. Ewell, C.S.A., fought under Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee during the American Civil War - ca. 1865

general_a_p_hill. Lieutenant General Ambrose Powell “A.P.” Hill, C.S.A.

James L. Kemper

Major General Harry Heth, C.S.A.. Hill's remaining division was ...

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Major General J.E.B. Stuart C.S.A.

GENERAL JUBAL ANDERSON EARLY [Frontispiece Image]

American history · "And when you charge, yell like Furies!" General Stonewall Jackson

Rufus Barringer, a third generation American of Southern aristocracy, was born on December 2, 1821, in Cabarrus County, North Carolina.

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A panicky Col. Stephen Lee, an artillery commander rushed to Lee. “Sir, unless reinforcements are sent in at once, the day is lost.”

Robert Hoke

#10 George B. Anderson, Brigadier General, C.S.A. G.B. Anderson's Brigade, D.H. Hill's Division

Colonel (later Brigadier General) Douglas H. Cooper commanded Confederate forces in the Indian Territory

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Major General Robert Rodes, C.S.A.

Leonidas Polk

But Gen. Lee, who seldom assigned blame in his reports and had soon known of the loss, did remove Chilton from his personal staff shortly, thereafter.

Major General Patrick Cleburne C.S.A.

Jones, once a friend of both McClellan and Burnside at West Point, approached Gen. Lee himself, saying his line was broken and their cause lost; not knowing ...

Gen. James McIntosh, CSA

Ripley in the uniform of a Confederate Brigadier General, ca. August-September 1861

Major” R. S. Ripley in private civilian clothes, ca. January 1861, by George

Gen. Sterling Price, CSA

2,000 of Gen. John Hood's hungry men left their cooking breakfast – their first in three days – and charged like roused hornets across the crushed corn.

Gen. Dabney H. Maury

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General Joseph Eggleston Johnston - C.S.A.

Ambrose Powell Hill. "

J.J.B. Kingsbury, 3rd US Infantry; son-in-law of BG Joseph P. Taylor; brother-in-law of CSA Lt. Gen.

September 11, 1862 Voices. "

Gen. Albert Pike, CSA

Hill said of Pender, “He is an accomplished officer, a christian, and a gentleman of the very first order.” Pender's own Virginia commander A.P. Hill was ...

Photograph of Robert Frederick Hoke. Image from the North Carolina Museum of History.

Major General Henry Halleck

Basilone received the Medal of Honor for what he did on that hill.

General A.P. Hill. His division did not ...

The Wilderness battle would be his first major battle in over a year and a half. Brigadier General Micah Jenkins

Col Stand Watie, CSA

Jacob Perry 10th Battalion, Co. C

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Photograph of Confederate Major General Robert Frederick Hoke. Image from the North Carolina Museum of

James Madison, U.S. President, (1809–1817)

Lieutenant-General Thomas Jonathan Jackson was one of those rare historical characters who are claimed by all people--a man of his race, almost as much as ...

Transcendentalism

Nietzsche ca.

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Major John Newman Edwards, CSA, was General Jo. Shelby's adjutant and chronicler. At war's end Edwards chose to share Mexican exile with Shelby as well.

So, if Mr. Lappartient followed the same strategy and attitude now leading the UCI, we should be able to at least have some good constructive discussion.

T.E. Lawrence (“Lawrence of Arabia”) is immortalized in a portrait at Clouds Hill, his former home near Wool, Dorset County, England. (Alex Masi)

Mississippi's at-large congressional district - Image: Jacob Thompson (ca. 1857)

Harriet Ross Tubman was an African-American who, as an agent for the Underground Railroad, helped hundreds flee captivity. Born a slave in Dorchester County ...

Gen. Joseph Hooker. image

Brigadier General Stand Watie, the last Confederate general to surrender

American History June 12, 2015

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Carte photo of Union Gen. Nathaniel Lyon, "the North's first military hero" (Boatner). An unusual full-standing pose, in Anthony's Broadway studio, ...

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The Great War: American Front

Useful Notes / The American Civil War

In retirement

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Major General James G. Blunt, commander of U.S. forces in the Indian Territory

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Happ on his leadoff home run

But, don't just take our word for it. Get out to one of their shows and witness Mean Jeans' high-powered blend of potables and punk-rock.

Sojourner Truth was an African-American freedom fighter and orator. She was born Isabella Baumfree in Ulster County, N.Y., the daughter of an African named ...

Stonewall's copy of the lost order

He received his BA in Frank Cassel 1947

John ...

General Longstreet to D.H. Hill during the Battle of Fair Oaks Where 6,000 Union and 8,000 Confederate troops died

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Ray Rigby, ca 1970

Profiles of terrain for six critical attacks during the American Civil War. (A–

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