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Generals, Officers, & Politicians of the Confederacy


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Autograph, George Washington Jones

United States Congressman from Tennessee

Member of the 1st Confederate Congress, 1862-64


(1806-84) Born in King and Queen County, Virginia, he moved with his parents to Tennessee and settled in Fayetteville where he received a common school education, and became an apprentice in the saddler's trade. He then served as justice of the peace, 1832-35; was a member of the Tennessee State House of Representatives, 1835-39; and the Tennessee State Senate, 1839-41. He was elected as a Democrat to the U.S. Congress serving, 1843-59. He was the...  

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Autograph, General William R. Boggs

(1829-1911) Born in Augusta, Georgia, he graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 1853. Boggs resigned his U.S. Army commission as 1st lieutenant of ordnance in February of 1861, and was immediately appointed captain and ordnance officer and assigned to the command of General P.G.T. Beauregard at Charleston, S.C. He was later transferred to Pensacola, Florida, where he was assigned to the staff of General Braxton Bragg with duties as chief of engineers and artillery. He served as chief engineer of the state of Georgia for most of 1862...  

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Autograph, Thomas Butler King

United States Congressman from Georgia

Commissioner of the Confederate States of America in Europe


(1800-64) He attended Westfield Academy, read law with his brother John Floyd King, was admitted to the bar in 1822, and commenced practice in Waynesville, Ga., in 1823. He later settled on St. Simons Island, Ga., and engaged in agricultural pursuits. Served as a member of the Georgia State Senate, in 1832, 1834, 1835 and 1837. Was a delegate to the Georgia State constitutional convention in 1833 and to the State Whig conventions in 1835...  

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Autograph, General James L. Kemper

Document Signed

Wounded and captured during Pickett's charge at Gettysburg!


(1823-95) Born in Madison County, Va., he graduated from Washington College in 1842. He served in the Mexican War as captain of Virginia Volunteers and later practiced law. He served five terms in the Virginia house of delegates, during which time he was speaker of the house, chairman of the committee on military affairs, and president of the board of visitors of Virginia Military Institute. He was commissioned colonel of the 7th Virginia Infantry, and led...  

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Autograph, General Nathan Bedford Forrest

The legendary Confederate cavalry commander!

Acquired from the great-granddaughter of General Forrest


(1821-1877) A self made man with little formal education, he had acquired by the time of the Civil War a substantial fortune as a planter and slave dealer. He enlisted as a private in the 7th Tennessee Cavalry and raised and equipped at his own expense a battalion of mounted troops, of which he was elected lieutenant colonel in October 1861. As the war progressed, he took part in numerous engagements, and his fame as a cavalry...  

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Autograph, General Matthew C. Butler

Severely wounded at the battle of Brandy Station, Va. resulting in the amputation of his right foot!

U.S. Senator from South Carolina


(1836-1909) Son-in-law of South Carolina Governor Francis W. Pickens, and a member of the S.C. legislature, he accepted a captain's commission in Hampton's Legion at the outbreak of the War Between The States. Promoted to colonel in August 1862, he was appointed commander of the 2nd South Carolina Cavalry, and was severely wounded at the battle of Brandy Station, Va., resulting in the amputation of his...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item Auto4719: Autograph, Confederate General George W. Gordon

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Autograph, Confederate General George W. Gordon

Wounded and captured at the battle of Franklin, Tennessee!

United States Congressman from Tennessee


(1836-1911) Born in Giles County, Tennessee, he graduated from Western Military Institute, in Nashville, in 1859. At the outbreak of the war, he enlisted in the 11th Tennessee Infantry, and by December 1862 he was their colonel. After service in east Tennessee, he fought in the battles of Murfreesboro, Chickamauga, Chattanooga, the Atlanta campaign, and Franklin, Tenn., where he was wounded and captured. He was held as a prisoner of...  

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Autograph, Confederate President Jefferson Davis

United States Senator from Mississippi

United States Secretary of War


(1808-1889) Graduated in the West Point class of 1828. He married the daughter of General and President Zachary Taylor, but she died only 3 months after their marriage. Elected to the U.S. Congress in 1845, he resigned to fight in the Mexican War, served under General Taylor, and was severely wounded at the battle of Buena Vista. He declined the appointment of brigadier general in the U.S. Army to re-enter politics, serving as a U.S. Senator from Mississippi. In...  

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Autograph, General John W. Frazer

1859 U.S. Army Document Signed

(1827-1906) Graduated in the West Point class of 1849, he served in the 9th U.S. Infantry before the War Between The States. Resigning his U.S. Army commission in March 1861, he was appointed lieutenant colonel of the 8th Alabama Infantry. He soon became colonel of the 28th Alabama Infantry, which he led in the 1862 Kentucky campaign. He was appointed brigadier general on May 19, 1863, and was sent with 3 regiments of Georgia and North Carolina troops and a battery of artillery to oppose the Federal occupation...  

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Franked Cover From V.M.I. Cadet Legh Wilber Reid

Served as a Confederate officer during the War Between the States being twice wounded, one resulting in the amputation of his leg!

Legh Wilber Reid, was born near Brentsville, Va., on April 15, 1833. He graduated #2 in the Virginia Military Institute class of 1858, thus one of his professors would have been Thomas J. Jackson, soon to be immortalized as "Stonewall" Jackson. A civil engineer by occupation, Reid was General Superintendent of the Great Kanawha Coal & Oil Co. Upon the outbreak of the War Between the States, he was...  

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Autograph, General John C. Breckenridge

Vice President of the United States

Ran for president in 1860 against Abraham Lincoln

Confederate Secretary of War


(1821-75) After attending Centre College and Transylvania University, he began practicing law in his home town of Lexington, Ky. in 1845. A member of the Kentucky legislature from 1849-51, he became Vice President of the United States in 1856 in the Buchanan administration. He was defeated by Abraham Lincoln in the 1860 presidential election. On November 2, 1861, he accepted a commission as brigadier general in the...  

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Autograph, General Samuel W. Ferguson

Card signature as Past Grand Commander of the Grand Commandery of Mississippi with place and date

(1834-1917) Born in Charleston, S.C., he graduated from West Point in 1857, and served under Colonel Albert Sidney Johnston, during the Utah expedition, 1857-58, and at Fort Walla Walla, Washington Territory, 1859-60. When Abraham Lincoln was elected president in 1860, he resigned his U.S. Army commission and returned home to Charleston. In March 1861, he was commissioned captain in the Provisional Confederate Army, and aide-de-camp to General...  

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