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President Andrew Johnson

(1808-75) Congressman, Senator and Governor of Tennessee. He was nominated and elected vice president on the Union Republican ticket in 1864. Upon Abraham Lincoln's assassination in April 1865, he became our 17th president and resolved to follow Lincoln's plans for reconstruction without bitterness or malice. His reconstruction plan clashed drastically with that of the Radical Republicans in congress, and Johnson's term was one humiliation after another, culminating on Feb. 24, 1868 with a resolution of impeachment against him. This failed by one vote to...  

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William H. Seward

U.S. Secretary of State in the President Abraham Lincoln Administration

(1801-72) Lawyer and Whig politician. Governor of New York 1839-42. He later served in the Senate, vigorously opposed slavery and joined the Republican party in 1856. Twice passed over for president (1856 and 1860) he became Abraham Lincoln's very able Secretary of State. He was savagely attacked in his bed on the night of the Lincoln assassination by fellow conspirator Lewis Payne. He recovered from his wounds and served in the same post under President Andrew Johnson....  

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Senator Stephen A. Douglas

The Little Giant!

(1813-1861) An outstanding legislator, and orator, he was one of the founders of the Democratic Party in Illinois. Served as U.S. Senator, 1843-61. He is best known for his debates in 1858 against Abraham Lincoln. He was narrowly defeated for the Democratic nomination for president by Franklin Buchanan in 1856. He did gain the Democratic nomination in 1860, but was defeated for the presidency by his old friend and rival Abraham Lincoln. Upon secession, and the outbreak of the Civil War, he supported Lincoln and his...  

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Presidents of the United States

Engraved portraits of nine U.S. Presidents (#8 through #16) in a composite view. Includes: Presidents Martin Van Buren, William Henry Harrison, Abraham Lincoln, Franklin Pierce, Zachary Taylor, Millard Fillmore, James Buchanan, John Tyler and James K. Polk. 5 3/4 x 9 1/4. Light staining in the border area. Published by the American Bank Note Company, New York.  

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General William T. Sherman at Kenesaw Mountain, Georgia

Full color H.A. Ogden print titled, "Sherman At Kenesaw Mountain, October 4, 1864." Copyright 1912, by The War Memorial Association. Measures about 9 x 12. Creased at lower left corner.  

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Confederate General Cadmus M. Wilcox

1824-90) Graduated in the West Point class of 1846. His record in the Mexican War was most gallant, and he received the brevet of 1st lieutenant at Chapultepec. He published "Rifles and Rifle Practice" in 1859. On June 8, 1861, he resigned from the U.S. Army, and fought at 1st Manassas as colonel of the 9th Alabama Infantry. He was promoted to brigadier general on Oct. 21, 1861. From then until the surrender at Appomattox, Wilcox was present with the Army of Northern Virginia in virtually all of its major battles. He was promoted to rank of...  

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Confederate General John H. Forney

(1829-1902) Born in Lincolnton, North Carolina, he was educated at the United States Military Academy and graduated in the class of 1852. When the War Between the States broke out Forney was living in Alabama where he enlisted in the Confederate army and was commissioned colonel of the 10th Alabama Infantry. He was promoted to brigadier general on March 10, 1862, and major general on October 27th of that same year. He saw action in the battle of 1st Manassas, and was wounded in action at the battle of Dranesville in December 1861. He held departmental...  

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Confederate General Jones M. Withers

(1814-90) Born in Madison County, Alabama, he graduated from the U.S. Military Academy in the class of 1835, but resigned to study law. He served as a volunteer during the Creek uprising, and subsequently practiced law, was engaged in cotton manufacturing, and was active in the Alabama state militia, making his residence in Tuscaloosa and Mobile. At the outbreak of the Mexican War he was reappointed in the U.S. Army as lieutenant colonel of the 13th U.S. Infantry, and was later promoted to colonel of the 9th U.S. Infantry, resigning again after the...  

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Confederate General Earl Van Dorn

Killed in 1863

(1820-63) Graduated in the West Point class of 1842 with James Longstreet. He saw service in the Indian campaigns and was brevetted captain and major for gallantry in the Mexican War. He resigned from the U.S. Army on Jan. 31, 1861, in order to join the Confederacy. Commissioned brigadier general on June 5, 1861, he was assigned to Texas where some of the Union forces there surrendered to him. Promoted to major general on September 19, 1861. The following January he was appointed commander of the Army of the West in the...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item Mem6017: Confederate General Camille Armand Jules Marie, Prince de Polignac

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Confederate General Camille Armand Jules Marie, Prince de Polignac

(1832-1913) The 29 year old Prince de Polignac came to the Confederacy with a distinguished record in the Crimean War, and was named Lieutenant Colonel and Chief of Staff to General P.G.T. Beauregard on July 16, 1861. After fighting at Corinth, he was named brigadier general on January 10, 1863 and served under General Richard Taylor in the Red River campaign of 1864. Put in command of a Texas Brigade, he met with disapproval, hostility and the nickname, "Polecat." He soon won their respect and admiration as a combat leader moving up to division...  

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Confederate General Henry W. Allen

(1820-66) Born in Prince Edward County, Virginia, he was successively a resident of Missouri, where he received his education at Marion College; Mississippi, where he taught school and became a lawyer and planter; and Louisiana, where he was a member of the legislature for two terms. Meantime he studied law at Harvard, traveled in Europe, and saw service in the Texas War for Independence. He enlisted as a private in the Confederate Army and was immediately elected lieutenant colonel of the 4th Louisiana Infantry, and shortly colonel. He was first wounded...  

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Confederate General Dabney H. Maury

(1822-1900) Born in Fredericksburg, Va., he graduated from the University of Virginia in 1842. He commenced the study of law but soon obtained an appointment to West Point from which he graduated in 1846. His antebellum record in the regular army was distinguished and included the brevet of 1st lieutenant for gallantry at Cerro Gordo in the Mexican War. His first post in the Confederacy was as colonel and chief of staff to General Earl Van Dorn, then commanding in the Trans-Mississippi. He was promoted to brigadier general for gallantry at Pea Ridge on...  

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