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CDV, General Henry W. Halleck

(1815-1872) Graduated 3rd in the West Point class of 1839. An assistant professor while still an undergraduate at the Military Academy, he first worked upon the fortifications of New York Harbor, and in 1844 inspected those of France. Upon his return to the U.S., he wrote a Report on the Means of National Defence, which was published by Congress and won him an invitation from the Lowell Institute of Boston to deliver a series of lectures. These were published as Elements of Military Art and Science, a work which enjoyed wide circulation among soldiers for...  

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CDV, General Joseph Hooker

(1814-1879) Graduated in the West Point class of 1837. He displayed a gallant record in the Mexican War. A solid combat officer, Hooker fought in the Peninsular campaign, the Seven Days battles, 2nd Bull Run, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, where he commanded the Army of the Potomac, and the Atlanta campaign. His sobriquet was, "Fighting Joe" Hooker.

Wet plate, albumen carte de visite photograph, mounted to 2 3/8 x 4 card. Bust view in uniform with rank of major general. Backmark: Henry Ulke, 278 Pennsylvania Avenue,...  

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CDV General George W. Morell

(1815-83) He was born in Cooperstown, N.Y., his maternal grandfather was a general during the Revolutionary War, and his father was a major general in the N.Y. State Militia, and at the time of his death was chief justice of the Michigan State Supreme Court. Morell graduated #1 in the West Point class of 1835. In the early part of 1861, he served as colonel and quartermaster on the staff of the major general commanding the New York militia, organizing and forwarding regiments to the seat of war. He then served in the Washington defenses and on August 9,...  

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CDV, Colonel St. Clair Dearing

25th North Carolina Infantry

Later commanded Confederate Cavalry

He was endeavoring to raise negro troops for the Confederacy in 1865!

Colonel Dearing personally wrote to President Andrew Johnson in 1865 seeking executive clemency!


Born in Georgia in 1833, St. Clair Dearing was commissioned lieutenant in the 4th U.S. Infantry on June 7, 1855. He was transferred to the 2nd U.S. Artillery on March 17, 1858, and resigned his commission on February 7, 1861, shortly after his native state of Georgia seceded from the Union. He...  

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Photograph, General Joseph L. Hogg

Confederate General from Texas who died in 1862

(1806-62) Born in Morgan County, Georgia, he moved as a 12 year old boy with his parents to Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, where he lived as a planter until 1839, when he moved to Texas. He had meanwhile attained a license to practice law, and also took an interest in politics and was elected to the congress of the Republic of Texas. Hogg fought in the ranks during the Mexican War, and soon after was elected to the Texas State Senate representing Cherokee County, his new home, and where he had...  

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CDV General Winfield Scott

(1786-1866) A year older than the Constitution, the venerable Scott, hero of the War of 1812 and the Mexican War, became General in chief of the U.S. Army in 1841, a position he still held at the start of the Civil War. A true professional soldier, he was one of the very few men in the country who saw the need to prepare for a major military effort. His Anacondona Plan proved to be very sound. Succeeded by General George B. McClellan in Nov. 1861, he retired to write his memoirs, and died at West Point in 1866 where he is buried. A Virginian, he was the...  

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Photograph, General Paul O. Hebert

(1818-80) Born in Iberville Parish, Louisiana, he had a brilliant scholastic career graduating #1 in his class at Jefferson College in 1836, and he held the same distinction at the U.S. Military Academy four years later where two of his classmates were future Union Generals William T. Sherman and George H. Thomas. He fought in the Mexican War with great distinction earning the brevet rank of colonel for his gallantry in the battle of Molino del Rey. He was elected governor of Louisiana in 1852, and was said to have been the youngest governor ever elected...  

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CDV, General Earl Van Dorn

Murdered at his headquarters in 1863 by a jealous husband!

With imprint of Vannerson & Jones, Richmond, Va.


(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 Sept....  

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Photograph, Admiral William H. Sims, U.S. Navy

Commander of the Atlantic Destroyer Flotilla in 1913

First Captain of the Battleship U.S.S. Nevada, the most powerful ship in the U.S. Navy in 1916

President of the U.S. Naval War College

Senior U.S. Naval Representative in London during World War I

Vice Admiral in command of all U.S. Naval forces operating in Europe in 1917-1918

Pulitzer Prize Winner for his book, "Victory at Sea"


(1858-1936) Born to American parents in Port Hope, Canada, he graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1880. In...  

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Autograph, General Grenville M. Dodge

Signed and presented photograph

(1831-1916) Organized a militia company called the "Council Bluffs Guards" in 1856. On July 6, 1861, he was mustered in as colonel of the 4th Iowa Infantry. He served in Missouri under General John C. Fremont; commanded a brigade in the Army of the Southwest; and took part in the battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas, where he had 3 horses shot from under him and he was severely wounded. Promoted brigadier general in 1862, and major general in 1864, Dodge was given steadily increasing responsibilities, first...  

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Photograph, Admiral David G. Farragut

(1801-1870) He entered the navy as Midshipman in 1810 after having been virtually adopted by Commodore David Porter. The friendship between the two families began when Porter's father was buried on the same day as Farragut's mother in New Orleans. He fought in the Mexican War and was awaiting orders at his Norfolk, Va. home when the Civil War broke out. Told that a person with Union sentiments could not live in Virginia, he packed up his family and Virginian wife and moved north. He was given command of the New Orleans expedition in December 1861, and...  

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CDV, General Francis P. Blair, Jr.

(1821-75) The son of an advisor to presidents and the brother of Montgomery Blair, Abraham Lincoln's first postmaster general. From secession to reconstruction, Francis P. Blair, Jr. made a series of major contributions to the Union cause. No man did more to block Missouri's joining the Confederacy in 1861; as a U.S. Congressman he battled for Lincoln's early war programs; he was a distinguished divisional and corps commander in the Vicksburg and Atlanta campaigns; and as a post war senator battled the Radical Republicans in an attempt to bring...  

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