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Generals, Officers, & Politicians of the Confederacy


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Autographs James M. Mason & Robert M.T. Hunter

Prominent Virginia Confederate Politicians

James M. Mason: (1798-1871) Descended from a very prominent Virginia family, he studied law and later served as a U.S. Senator and Congressman. While a senator, he drafted the "Fugitive Slave Act" in 1850. As a member of Confederate Congress, he was sent to France in 1861 with John Slidell, to try and gain the support of France for the Confederate cause. The two diplomats were seized on the high seas while onboard the British mail steamer "Trent," which resulted in what...  

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Autograph General Wilmot G. De Saussure

(1822-86) Born in Charleston, South Carolina, he graduated from the University of South Carolina in 1840, studied law, and became a prominent Charleston lawyer. He also served as Secretary of the South Carolina Treasury, and was a five time representative in the South Carolina State Assembly. During the War Between the States, he served as lieutenant colonel of the 1st Regiment of Artillery of the 4th Charleston Brigade. After the U.S. garrison evacuated Fort Moultrie, on December 26, 1860, and withdrew to Fort Sumter, in Charleston Harbor, De Saussure's...  

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Autograph General Daniel H. Hill

(1821-89) Graduated in the West Point class of 1842, and fought in the Mexican War earning two brevets for gallantry. Was the brother-in-law of General Stonewall Jackson. Before the Civil War he served as superintendent of the North Carolina Military Institute. At the outbreak of the war he became Colonel of the 1st North Carolina Infantry. Soon afterwards he was appointed general, and on June 8, 1861, won the first land battle of the war at Big Bethel Church. He fought with distinction at Yorktown, Williamsburg, the Seven Days battles, 2nd Manassas,...  

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Autograph General George Washington Custis Lee

Eldest son of General Robert E. Lee

Captured at Sayler's Creek, Va., in 1865

Signed cabinet card photograph with inscription


(1832-1913) The eldest son of General Robert E. Lee, he graduated #1 in the West Point class of 1854. As a captain of engineers in the Confederate army, he engaged in the construction of the fortifications around Richmond and later served on the personal staff of C.S.A. President Jefferson Davis with rank of colonel. He was promoted to Brigadier General, on June 25, 1863, and Major General on October 20,...  

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Autograph Major Robert A. Hatcher, C.S.A.

Confederate Congressman

United States Congressman from Missouri


(1819-86) Born in Buckingham County, Virginia, he was educated in the private schools in Lynchburg, studied law, and moved to Kentucky where he was admitted to the bar. He later settled in Missouri in 1847 where he practiced law in New Madrid and served in the Missouri State House of Representatives, in 1850-51. During the War Between the States he served in the Confederate Army as a major and a.d.c. to General Alexander P. Stewart, who commended him for his actions in...  

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Autograph General Henry W. Hilliard

Commander of Hilliard's Confederate Legion

United States Congressman from Alabama

Autograph Letter Signed


(1808-92) Born in Fayetteville, North Carolina, he graduated from South Carolina College in Columbia in 1826. He studied law, moved to Athens, Georgia, and was admitted to the bar in 1829. He was a professor at the University of Alabama, from 1831-34, and resigned to practice law in Montgomery. He served as a member of the Alabama State House of Representatives, 1836-38; was a member of the Whig National Convention in 1839;...  

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Autograph, Lieutenant Colonel Frederick B. Brand

Commander of the Infantry Battalion of Miles Legion, C.S.A.

He received the surrender of the Union ironclad gunboat, U.S.S. Indianola in 1863!

War Date Endorsement Signed


A resident of St. Landry Parish, La., Frederick B. Brand served as a captain in the 1st Louisiana Heavy Artillery, from April 24, 1861, to December 30, 1861. In 1862, a unit consisting of a five company cavalry battalion, and a seven company infantry battalion, was organized at Port Hudson, La., and designated as, "Miles Legion." The infantry...  

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Commander John McIntosh Kell, C.S. Navy

Executive Officer of the famous Confederate blockade runner, C.S.S. Alabama

Card Signature With Rank and Ship


(1823-1900) Born in McIntosh County, Georgia, he entered the U.S. Navy in 1841, as a Midshipman, and served in the Mexican War, and participated in Commodore Perry's expedition to Japan in 1853. Resigning his commission after his native state of Georgia seceded from the Union in 1861, he was appointed to the Georgia Navy, and commanded the gunboat Savannah off the Georgia coast. He later received a Confederate States Naval...  

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Autograph General William E. Jones

Killed at the battle of Piedmont, Va. in 1864

Document Signed


(1824-64) Known as "Grumble" Jones, he graduated from West Point in 1848, and served on the frontier until 1857 when he resigned his commission in the U.S. Army. When his state of Virginia seceded from the Union, he organized a company known as the "Washington Mounted Rifles," and was elected their captain. He served under J.E.B. Stuart at 1st Manassas, and became colonel of the 1st, and then the 7th Virginia Cavalry Regiment. He continued to serve under...  

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Autograph General John Bell Hood

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(1831-79) Graduated in the West Point class of 1853. He resigned his U.S. Army commission on April 17, 1861, and thereafter distinguished himself on many Civil War battlefields as a regimental, brigade, division and army commander. The hard fighting John Bell Hood saw action in the 1862 Virginia Peninsular campaign, and at 2nd Manassas, Sharpsburg, and Fredericksburg. He was severely wounded at Gettysburg, and lost a leg at Chickamauga, earning the nickname, "Old Peg Leg Hood." He was...  

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Autograph General Bradley T. Johnson

Autograph Letter Signed

(1829-1903) Born at Frederick, Maryland, he graduated from Princeton in 1849, studied law, and was admitted to the Maryland bar in 1851. During the next ten years, he gained fame as state's attorney, chairman of the state Democratic committee, and delegate to the conventions of 1860 at Charleston and Baltimore where he staunchly supported John C. Breckenridge for president. He aided in the recruitment of the 1st Maryland Infantry and served with it as major and colonel at 1st Manassas, in Stonewall Jackson's...  

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Autograph General Joseph E. Johnston

(1807-1891) Graduated in the West Point class of 1825 where one of his classmates was Robert E. Lee. He fought in the Seminole and Mexican Wars, and was wounded and brevetted for gallantry. During the Civil War he saw action at 1st Manassas, fought McClellan in the Virginia Peninsular campaign and was severely wounded at the battle of 7 Pines, Va., in May 1862. He commanded the Army of Tennessee in the early stages of the Atlanta campaign. He later opposed General William T. Sherman in the 1865 Carolina's campaign and surrendered his army at Greensboro,...  

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