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Generals, Officers, & Politicians of the Confederacy


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Autograph Alexander R. Boteler

U.S. Congressman from Virginia

Confederate Congressman

Served on the staff of General Stonewall Jackson and was an aide to General J.E.B. Stuart

Autograph Letter Signed


(1815-92) Born in Shepherdstown, Va., he graduated from Princeton in 1835. He served as U.S. Congressman from Virginia, 1859-61. Upon his resignation from congress, he was elected to the Virginia State Assembly in 1861. During the War Between the States he served in the Provisional Confederate Congress and the first Confederate Congress. He also served on...  

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Autograph Joseph C.S. Blackburn

Lieutenant Colonel on the staff of Confederate General William Preston during the War Between the States

U.S. Congressman & Senator from Kentucky


(1838-1918) Born near Spring Station, Woodford County, Kentucky, attended Sayres Institute, Frankfort, Ky., and graduated from Centre College, Danville, Ky., in 1857; studied law in Lexington, Ky.; was admitted to the bar in 1858 and practiced in Chicago, until 1860, when he returned to Kentucky. He entered the Confederate Army as a private in 1861 and was promoted to lieutenant colonel by...  

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Autograph General Samuel Cooper

(1798-1876) The #1 ranking general in the Confederacy. He graduated from West Point in the class of 1815. His long and faithful service in the United States Army was rewarded in 1852 when he was appointed Adjutant General of the Army. He married the sister of Virginia Senator and Confederate Diplomat James M. Mason. He resigned from the U.S. Army on March 7, 1861, and was immediately appointed a general in the Confederate army. His organizational skills and knowledge of procedure made his services to the Confederacy invaluable. You will see his name on...  

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Autograph Augustus H. Garland

Signed cabinet card photograph

Confederate Congressman & Senator

Governor of Arkansas

U.S. Senator

Attorney General of the United States


(1832-99) Born in Covington, Tennessee, he attended Spring Hill Academy, St. Mary's College, and graduated from St. Joseph's College in Bardstown, Ky., in 1849. He studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1853. Garland became one of the most prominent attorneys in Arkansas and was admitted to the bar of the Supreme Court of the United States in 1860. A presidential elector in...  

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Autograph General Francis M. Cockrell

Wounded five times during the War Between The States!

U.S. Senator from Missouri


(1834-1915) Commanded a company of Missouri Militia at the battles of Carthage, Wilson's Creek and Elkhorn. Afterwards he commanded the Missouri Brigade at Vicksburg where he was captured. Appointed brigadier general, July 18, 1863, he led his brigade in the Atlanta campaign, and in Hood's Tennessee campaign. He was severely wounded at Franklin, Tenn., and captured at Mobile, Ala. in 1865, and by the war's end had been wounded 5 times. After the war he...  

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Autograph General James Conner

(1829-83) Born in Charleston, S.C., he graduated from South Carolina College, practiced law, and in 1856 was appointed United States district attorney. While serving in this position he prosecuted the famous case of the slave ship Echo. In 1861, he joined Hampton's Legion as captain, and saw action in the 1st battle of Manassas. Soon afterwards, he was promoted to colonel, and was given command of the 22nd North Carolina Infantry, which he led with distinction until his promotion to brigadier general, on June 1, 1864. He was seriously wounded at Gaines's...  

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Autograph Major John W. Daniel

Virginia officer who was wounded three times during the War Between The States!

U.S. Senator from Virginia

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(1842-1910) Born in Lynchburg, Va., he was a 19 year old student when he enlisted on June 1, 1861, and was mustered into the 1st Virginia Infantry. He fought in the 1st battle of Manassas, on July 21, 1861, before being promoted to sergeant and transferring to Co. I, of the 47th Virginia Infantry, on September 21, 1861. He was commissioned major and appointed assistant adjutant general on the staff of...  

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Autograph John L. Ancrum, Confederate Surgeon

Surgeon of the C.S.S. Nashville

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(1839-99) A native of South Carolina, Dr. John Lawrence Ancrum, was a graduate of the College of Charleston, and received his medical degree from the Medical College of the State of South Carolina in 1860, and served as a physician in Charleston. During the War Between The States Ancrum served both the Confederate Army and Navy. He was the surgeon of the C.S.S. Nashville, and he later served in the Confederate States Army as a surgeon and administrator. After the war he resumed...  

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Autograph General Milledge L. Bonham

U.S. and Confederate States Congressman

Governor of South Carolina

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(1813-90) A lawyer by profession, he graduated from South Carolina College, (now the state university), and fought in both the Seminole uprising of 1836 and the Mexican War. His political career began with election to the South Carolina state house of representatives in 1840. The secession of his state from the Union found him a member of the Federal Congress to which he had been elected in 1857 to fill the unexpired term of his cousin,...  

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Autograph Albert T. Bledsoe

Assistant Secretary of War, Confederate States of America

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(1809-77) A native of Kentucky, he graduated in the West Point class of 1830. Two cadets who were at the military academy at the same time as Bledsoe, and who both figured prominently in his life, were Jefferson Davis (class of 1828) and Robert E. Lee (class of 1829). Upon his graduation he was commissioned brevet 2nd lieutenant, 7th U.S. Infantry, serving in Indian Territory. After two years of frontier duty he resigned his commission, on August 31,...  

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Autograph General Edward C. Walthall

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(1831-98) Born in Richmond, Va., he moved to Holly Springs, Miss. as a ten year old boy, and was educated at St. Thomas Hall. He later studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1852, and four years later was elected district attorney. In 1861, he was elected lieutenant of the Yalobusha Rifles, which became part of the 15th Mississippi Infantry. Shortly afterwards he was elevated to rank of lieutenant colonel of the regiment playing a prominent role in the battle of Mill Springs, Ky. He was elected colonel of the 29th...  

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Autograph General William B. Bate

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Wounded 3 times and had 6 horses shot out from under him!


(1826-1905) Born in Bledsoe's Lick, Tennessee. Fought in the Mexican War as 1st lieutenant of the 3rd Tennessee Infantry. Served in the Tennessee House of Representatives, 1849-51. At the outbreak of the Civil War he was commissioned colonel of the 2nd Tennessee Infantry. He saw action at 1st Manassas, and Shiloh, where he was badly wounded. Promoted to brigadier general on Oct. 2, 1862. He also fought with distinction as a brigade commander in the Tullahoma...  

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