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Autograph Francis R. Lubbock

Confederate Governor of Texas

Captured with President Jefferson Davis in 1865

Document Signed


(1815-1905) Lubbock served as clerk of the Texas Congress and Comptroller in 1837; he was the Democratic Lieutenant Governor of Texas, 1857-59; and Governor of Texas, 1861-63. During his term as governor he mobilized the state's manpower and resources in support of the Confederacy. Near the end of the Civil War he served as a staff officer in the Confederate Army and was among those captured with President Jefferson Davis in Georgia in...  

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Autograph General Joseph E. Johnston

U.S. Congressman from Virginia

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(1807-1891) Graduated from West Point in the class of 1825. One of his classmates was Robert E. Lee. He served with great distinction in the Seminole and Mexican Wars, in which he was wounded and brevetted repeatedly. He was commissioned a brigadier general in the Confederate Army in May 1861. The forces he commanded at Harpers Ferry linked up in time to fight with General Beauregard at 1st Manassas, turning the tide of battle in favor of the Confederacy. This performance earned...  

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Autograph Colonel Walter H. Taylor

Served on the staff of General Robert E. Lee during the War Between the States

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Written to former Confederate General and Virginia Governor James L. Kemper


(1838-1916) An 1857 graduate of the Virginia Military Institute, he was the youngest member of General Robert E. Lee's personal military staff. He was a banker in Norfolk, Va. before the war. He joined Lee's staff in May 1861, and served with him until the end of the war. Taylor was no ordinary staff officer, but an exceedingly capable and tireless...  

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Autograph General John B. Gordon

United States Senator from Georgia

Governor of Georgia


(1832-1904) Born in Upson County, Ga., he had one of the most spectacular Civil War and postbellum careers of any civilian who fought for the Confederacy. His army service began in 1861 with his election as captain of a mountaineer company from northwest Georgia called the "Raccoon Roughs," and ended at Appomattox Court House as a corps commander. In between he fought magnificently on every battlefield in which the Army of Northern Virginia participated, except when he...  

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Autograph General Bushrod R. Johnson

Card Signature With Rank

(1817-80) Graduated in the West Point class of 1840. He saw service in the Seminole War in Florida, and the Mexican War. He resigned from the U.S. Army in 1847 to become a teacher. Successively associated with Western Military Institute at Georgetown, Kentucky, and the Military College of the University of Nashville, Johnson was active in the militia of both states, with rank of colonel. Entering Confederate service as a colonel of engineers, he was appointed brigadier general on January 24, 1862. He was captured at...  

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Autograph Charles J. Faulkner

General Stonewall Jackson's Chief of Staff

U.S. Congressman from Virginia


(1806-84) Graduated from Georgetown University in 1822, studied law, and was admitted to the bar in 1829. Member of the Virginia House of Delegates, 1829-34, and 1848-49. Commissioner of Virginia on the disputed boundaries between Virginia and Maryland. Member of the Virginia State Senate, 1838-42. Member of the Virginia State Constitutional Convention. United States Congressman, 1851-59, serving as the Chairman of the Committee on Military Affairs. Appointed...  

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Autograph Andrew G. Magrath

Signer of the South Carolina Ordinance of Secession

Governor of South Carolina during the War Between the States


(1813-93) Born in Charleston, S.C., he graduated first in his class at South Carolina College in 1831. He studied law under James L. Pettigru, graduated from Harvard Law School in 1835, and commenced a practice in Charleston. He served as a member of the South Carolina State House of Representatives, 1838-40, 1862-64 and 1866-67. He was a delegate to the Southern rights convention in 1852, and served as a district judge...  

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Autograph Jackson Morton

United States Senator from Florida

Member of the Confederate Congress


(1794-1874) Born near Fredericksburg, Va., he graduated from Washington College (now Washington and Lee University), Lexington, Va., in 1814, and from William and Mary College, Williamsburg, Va., in 1815. He moved to Pensacola, Florida in 1820, and served as a member of the Florida legislative council, 1836-37, serving as president in 1837. He was a delegate to the constitutional convention of Florida in 1838, and was Navy agent at Pensacola, 1841-45. He was a...  

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Autograph Stephen R. Mallory

Confederate Secretary of the Navy

United States Senator from Florida


(1813-73) Appointed Customs Inspector at Key West, Florida in 1833 by President Andrew Jackson. He later studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1840, and practiced in Key West. Served as Monroe County Judge, 1837-45, and fought in the Seminole War. He was elected as a Democrat to the U.S. Senate in 1851 serving until 1861 when Florida seceded from the Union. During that period he served as the chairman of the Committee on Naval Affairs. He served as Confederate...  

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Autograph General Robert Toombs

(1810-85) Born in Wilkes County, Ga. He attended the University of Georgia at Athens, and Union College, graduating in 1828. He studied law at the University of Virginia at Charlottesville, passed the bar and commenced practice in Washington, Ga. in 1830. He commanded a company in the Creek War in 1836. Served in the Georgia State Legislature, 1837-40, and 1841-43; U.S. Congressman, 1845-52, and U.S. Senator, 1853-60. One of the wealthiest planters in Georgia, he was sent as a delegate to the convention at Montgomery, Ala., and accepted the position of...  

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Autograph Walker Brooke

United States Senator from Mississippi

Member of the Provisional Confederate Congress

Member of the permanent military court of the Confederate States


(1813-69) Born near Winchester, Va., he graduated from the University of Virginia at Charlottesville in 1835, studied law, was admitted to the bar in 1838, and commenced a practice in Lexington, Miss. Served as a member of the Mississippi State House of Representatives in 1848, and was a member of the Mississippi State Senate in 1850 and 1852. Served as U.S. Senator, 1852-53....  

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Autograph Pierre Soule

United States Senator from Louisiana

Confederate officer during the War Between the States


(1801-70) Born near Bordeaux, France, he studied law, and practiced in Paris. His father was a lieutenant general under Napoleon. He engaged in journalism and was imprisoned for publishing revolutionary articles in 1825, but he escaped to England, and eventually to the United States ending up in New Orleans, La., where he practiced law. He was a member of the Louisiana State Senate in 1846, and then served as a U.S. Senator, from 1847-53. He was...  

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