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  1. Free for download here: http://www.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a236277.pdf. An individual study project by Lieutenant Colonel Richard B. Inghram, United States Marine Corps.---
  2. This web site is dedicated to the life of Major General George H. Thomas. He commanded the Army of the Cumberland after the Battle of Chickamauga and Thomas was one of the great generals of the American Civil War. However today, for a number of reasons, General Thomas is relatively unknown to the general public.---
  3. The commanders Anderson, Buell, Rosecrans, Thomas, and even Bragg to some extent, stand out because of their pursuit mostly of military, rather than personal/political objectives. They first took care of their men who then took care of them. Each made an essential contribution toward turning the Army of the Cumberland into the most highly trained and most effective force on either side - the prototype of the modern army.---

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  1. I am not an author or a historian; rather I am a former American history teacher who enjoys researching Abraham Lincoln's life and accomplishments. The Abraham Lincoln Research Site is intended for use by students, teachers, schools, and anyone with an interest in introductory information on Abraham Lincoln.---
  2. This is a concise index to the Generals who fought on both sides of the US Civil War, and has been specifically prepared for the Internet. It is not meant to replace the several excellent biographies and encyclopedias which have been published in print form, and which contain much more information than is intended for this index.---
  3. To observe each anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln; to preserve and make more readily accessible the landmarks associated with his life; and to actively encourage, promote and aid the collection and dissemination of authentic information regarding all phases of his life and career.---
  4. The commanders Anderson, Buell, Rosecrans, Thomas, and even Bragg to some extent, stand out because of their pursuit mostly of military, rather than personal/political objectives. They first took care of their men who then took care of them. Each made an essential contribution toward turning the Army of the Cumberland into the most highly trained and most effective force on either side - the prototype of the modern army.---

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  1. This is a concise index to the Generals who fought on both sides of the US Civil War, and has been specifically prepared for the Internet. It is not meant to replace the several excellent biographies and encyclopedias which have been published in print form, and which contain much more information than is intended for this index.---
  2. Part of Bill Thayer's page about American and Roman history, and a number of additional topics; is this improved version of George W. Cullum's register of West Point alumni. Adding information from various other sources, in particular about Confederate service which the original didn´t cover, linking obituaries and more. For now if features all alumni from 1802 until 1883 as well as several individual members of later classes.---
  3. Some 1,008 officers were appointed to the various general ranks on both sides during the American Civil War. Also, nearly 1,400 Federal officers were appointed to the rank of brevet general, brigadier or major, that they held in addition to their actual commission. This site contains over 11,000 pictures belonging to those Confederate and Union officers.---
  4. I am not an author or a historian; rather I am a former American history teacher who enjoys researching Abraham Lincoln's life and accomplishments. The Abraham Lincoln Research Site is intended for use by students, teachers, schools, and anyone with an interest in introductory information on Abraham Lincoln.---
  5. To observe each anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln; to preserve and make more readily accessible the landmarks associated with his life; and to actively encourage, promote and aid the collection and dissemination of authentic information regarding all phases of his life and career.---

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  1. Some 1,008 officers were appointed to the various general ranks on both sides during the American Civil War. Also, nearly 1,400 Federal officers were appointed to the rank of brevet general, brigadier or major, that they held in addition to their actual commission. This site contains over 11,000 pictures belonging to those Confederate and Union officers.---
  2. This is a concise index to the Generals who fought on both sides of the US Civil War, and has been specifically prepared for the Internet. It is not meant to replace the several excellent biographies and encyclopedias which have been published in print form, and which contain much more information than is intended for this index.---
  3. Part of Bill Thayer's page about American and Roman history, and a number of additional topics; is this improved version of George W. Cullum's register of West Point alumni. Adding information from various other sources, in particular about Confederate service which the original didn´t cover, linking obituaries and more. For now if features all alumni from 1802 until 1883 as well as several individual members of later classes.---
  4. To observe each anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln; to preserve and make more readily accessible the landmarks associated with his life; and to actively encourage, promote and aid the collection and dissemination of authentic information regarding all phases of his life and career.---

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