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Utah War - Colonel Albert Sidney Johnston led the Utah Expedition to put down a Mormon rebellion against the Union

Colonel David Lang - History has not been kind to the legacy of Florida’s Confederate soldiers. Too often they appear as little more than a footnote in accounts of the American Civil War. Nevertheless, Florida troops were present at Gettysburg. General Perry was stricken with typhoid fever and the command devolved to Colonel David Lang of the 8th Florida Regiment

Colonel David Lang - Florida troops were present at Gettysburg. General Perry was stricken with typhoid fever and the command devolved to Colonel David Lang of the Florida Regiment

Civil War Print Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest. $30.00, via Etsy.

Contemporary oil - watercolor paintings and prints by Memphis Artist, Lafayette Ragsdale

July 11, 1864 General Jubal Early of the U.S. Confederate forces began an invasion of Washington, D.C. The very next day they were forced to turn back while U.S. President Abraham Lincoln watched from the Union forces battles lines.

July 1864 General Jubal Early of the U. Confederate forces began an invasion of Washington, D. The very next day they were forced to turn back while U. President Abraham Lincoln watched from the Union forces battles lines.

General James Longstreet C.S.A |  was one of the foremost Confederate generals of the American Civil War and the principal subordinate to General Robert E. Lee, who called him his "Old War Horse."

General James Longstreet, C., was one of the foremost Confederate generals and the principal subordinate to General Robert E. Lee, who called him his "Old War Horse.

Maj. Gen. John Buford (1826-1863); West Point, Class of 1848; a regular cavalry officer who commanded a division at Gettysburg. Arriving early he understood the importance of the terrain and fought delaying actions against all odds until infantry arrived, saving many hills for the Union. He died shortly afterwards on typhoid; and is recognized as one of the foremost cavalry leaders of the war.

Maj. Gen. John Buford (1826-1863); West Point, Class of 1848; a regular cavalry officer who commanded a division at Gettysburg. Arriving early he understood the importance of the terrain and fought delaying actions against all odds until infantry arrived, saving many hills for the Union. He died shortly afterwards on typhoid; and is recognized as one of the foremost cavalry leaders of the war.

Lt General Braxton Bragg (Mar 22, 1817 – Sep 27, 1876) was a principal commander in the Western Theater of the American Civil War and later the military adviser to the Confederate President Jefferson Davis. hroughout these campaigns, Bragg fought almost as bitterly against some of his uncooperative subordinates as he did against the enemy, and they made multiple attempts to have him replaced as army commander.

Braxton Bragg was a career United States Army officer, and then a general in the Confederate States Army—a principal commander in the Western Theater of the American Civil War and later the military adviser to the Confederate President Jefferson Davis.

On October 28, 1861, in the organization of the Army Corps of Central Kentucky, the battery was placed in Brigadier General Simon B. Buckner's Division at Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Buckner The Confederate general commanded the Corps of the Army of Tennessee and a number of departments and districts. He ended the war as Chief of Staff of the Trans-Mississippi Department.

Albert Sydney Johnston was considered by Confederate President Jefferson Davis to be the finest (and the second-highest ranking) general officer in the Confederacy before the emergence of Robert E. Lee. Johnston was killed early in the Civil War at the Battle of Shiloh, and was the highest-ranking officer, Union or Confederate, killed during the entire war. Davis believed the loss of Johnston "was the turning point of our fate".

Albert Sydney Johnston was considered by Confederate President Jefferson Davis to be the finest (and the second-highest ranking) general officer in the Confederacy before the emergence of Robert E. Lee. Johnston was killed early in the Civil War at the Battle of Shiloh, and was the highest-ranking officer, Union or Confederate, killed during the entire war. Davis believed the loss of Johnston "was the turning point of our fate".

Samuel Jameson Gholson. (1808-83). Kentucky Brigadier General. CSA). Enlisted as a private in 1861 and advanced to Major General in Mississippi State Troops.  Appointed BG with command of a cavalry brigade under General Forrest in 1864  Severely wounded, he lost an arm and left active duty.  Pursued political and law careers after the war.

Samuel Jameson Gholson. (1808-83). Kentucky Brigadier General. CSA). Enlisted as a private in 1861 and advanced to Major General in Mississippi State Troops. Appointed BG with command of a cavalry brigade under General Forrest in 1864 Severely wounded, he lost an arm and left active duty. Pursued political and law careers after the war.

Ambrose Powell Hill Quotes Last Updated January 16, 2010 With quotations by Hill first followed by others in alphabetical order of the person making the quote "Good for you, boys!  Give them the ro...

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