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From Union to Confederate Officer
Rear Adm. Raphael Semmes, ca. 1865
From Leather Merchant to President
An Irreplaceable Loss
Stuart Recommended for Promotion
Virginia Governor John Lechter, ca. 1865
Former Schoolmates Clash
General Johnston Relieved of Duties
Replacement Order Received
Johnston Restored
Resignation Letters
BG J.E. Johnston
Lt Gen. James Longstreet, ca. 1865
Maj. Gen. James E.B. Stuart, 1863
Gen. Robert E. Lee
Cdt. J.A. Alexander
Cdt. C.H.Conner
Cdt. John A. West
Cdt. Samuel C. Williams
Maj. Theophilus H. Holmes
Colonel Albert S. Johnston
Richard S. Ewell
George E. Pickett
Henry Heth
Robert B. Garnett
Robert S. Garnett
P.G.T. Beauregard
Ambrose P. Hill
Lieut. William L. Maury
Mid. Charles W. Read
Lieut. C. Manigualt Morris
Capt. Thomas M. Newell
Mid John Grimball
Lieut. J.B. Huger
Lieut. J.R. Eggleston
1st Lieut. R.F. Tattnall, U.S.M.C
Promoted by Election
Maj. Gen. Benjamin F. Butler, ca. 1863
Replacing his Replacement
Brig. Gen. Richard Delafield, ca. 1865
Gen. Pierre G.T. Beauregard
President Jefferson Davis, ca. 1865
Rewarding Jobs well done
Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, ca. 1865
Maj. Gen. Winfield S. Hancock, ca. 1865
Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman, ca. 1865
Maj. Gen. Philip Sheridan, ca. 1865
Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton, ca. 1865
Unidentified regimental headquarter, ca. 1863
Eager to Serve
Filling in the Gaps
An experienced general retires
Lincoln’s difficult general
Friends then Foes
Robert Anderson
Abraham Lincoln
Spotty Lincoln
Patent for the Future President
Supreme Performance
Albert Sydney Johnston
Johnston Falls
Leonidas Polk
Polk’s Death
Jefferson Davis
Secretary Davis
Back on the Hill
Robert Edward Lee
Counting the Chairs
Return the Arsenal or Else
Joesph Eggleston Johnston
Highest Ranking Officer to Resign
Joseph Hooker
John Sedgwick
John Clifford Pemberton
Jubel Anderson Early
Braxton Bragg
Advising and Consenting
Lewis Addison Armistead
Ducking the Charges
Service Runs in the Family
George Gordan Meade
Irvin McDowell
Pierre G.T. Beauregard
Keeping the Mississippi Rolling
Shooting at his Teacher
Shortest Tenure on Record
William Joesph Hardee
Rifle and Infantry Tactics
Rifle and Infantry Tactics, version 2.0
Henry Wager Halleck

Edward Otho Cresap Ord
Return to top
William Tecumseh Sherman
Gold!
Richard Stoddert Ewell
George Henry Thomas
John Fulton Reynolds
Gettysburg a Skirmish?
Richard Brooke Garrett
Don Carlos Buell
Abner Doubleday
Layfayette McLaws
Earl Van Dorn
Foresst gets a Larger Command
William Starke Rosecrans
Better Illumination
Building a Better Scale
John Pope
Daniel Harvey Hill
James Longstreet
Ulysses S. Grant
Winfield Scott Hancock
Executing the Lincoln Conspirators
Simon Boliver Buckner
Thomas Jonathan Jackson

A “melancholy duty”
George Pickett
George Brinton McClellan
Edmund Kirby Smith
“Sword and services to my state”
Ambrose Powell Hill
Ambrose Everett Burnside

Burnside's Rifle
John Bell Hood
Phillip Henry Sheridan
John McAllister Schofield
Award Long Overdue
James Birdseye McPherson
James Ewell Brown Stuart
Securing His Saber
Oliver Otis Howard
Long Overdue Recognition
Integrating Freed Slaves into Society
George Washington Curtis Lee
Future Confederates
Beginning Lifelong Friendships
Capturing Mexico City and the Glory
Stacking the Deck
3rd Artillery Friendships
Filling Unexpected Vacancies
“The Regulars” in Mexico
West Point “Cottonbalers”
Longstreet and Pickett
Adjutants during the Mexican War
Mapping Mexico
Future Generals

A Tale of Two Ambroses
West Pointers in the 3rd Artillery
Jackson’s Class Standing
Counting Noses
Roommates Battle in Tennessee
Report Card
From Highest to Lowest
Choosing a Branch and a Regiment
Like Father Like Son
Class Standing
Missing the War

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Table of Contents

From Union to Confederate Officer
Rear Adm. Raphael Semmes, ca. 1865
From Leather Merchant to President
An Irreplaceable Loss
Stuart Recommended for Promotion
Virginia Governor John Lechter, ca. 1865
Former Schoolmates Clash
General Johnston Relieved of Duties
Replacement Order Received
Johnston Restored
Resignation Letters
BG J.E. Johnston
Lt Gen. James Longstreet, ca. 1865
Maj. Gen. James E.B. Stuart, 1863
Gen. Robert E. Lee
Cdt. J.A. Alexander
Cdt. C.H.Conner
Cdt. John A. West
Cdt. Samuel C. Williams
Maj. Theophilus H. Holmes
Colonel Albert S. Johnston
Richard S. Ewell
George E. Pickett
Henry Heth
Robert B. Garnett
Robert S. Garnett
P.G.T. Beauregard
Ambrose P. Hill
Lieut. William L. Maury
Mid. Charles W. Read
Lieut. C. Manigualt Morris
Capt. Thomas M. Newell
Mid John Grimball
Lieut. J.B. Huger
Lieut. J.R. Eggleston
1st Lieut. R.F. Tattnall, U.S.M.C
Promoted by Election
Maj. Gen. Benjamin F. Butler, ca. 1863
Replacing his Replacement
Brig. Gen. Richard Delafield, ca. 1865
Gen. Pierre G.T. Beauregard
President Jefferson Davis, ca. 1865
Rewarding Jobs well done
Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, ca. 1865
Maj. Gen. Winfield S. Hancock, ca. 1865
Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman, ca. 1865
Maj. Gen. Philip Sheridan, ca. 1865
Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton, ca. 1865
Unidentified regimental headquarter, ca. 1863
Eager to Serve
Filling in the Gaps
An experienced general retires
Lincoln’s difficult general
Friends then Foes
Robert Anderson
Abraham Lincoln
Spotty Lincoln
Patent for the Future President
Supreme Performance
Albert Sydney Johnston
Johnston Falls
Leonidas Polk
Polk’s Death
Jefferson Davis
Secretary Davis
Back on the Hill
Robert Edward Lee
Counting the Chairs
Return the Arsenal or Else
Joesph Eggleston Johnston
Highest Ranking Officer to Resign
Joseph Hooker
John Sedgwick
John Clifford Pemberton
Jubel Anderson Early
Braxton Bragg
Advising and Consenting
Lewis Addison Armistead
Ducking the Charges
Service Runs in the Family
George Gordan Meade
Irvin McDowell
Pierre G.T. Beauregard
Keeping the Mississippi Rolling
Shooting at his Teacher
Shortest Tenure on Record
William Joesph Hardee
Rifle and Infantry Tactics
Rifle and Infantry Tactics, version 2.0
Henry Wager Halleck

Edward Otho Cresap Ord
Return to top
William Tecumseh Sherman
Gold!
Richard Stoddert Ewell
George Henry Thomas
John Fulton Reynolds
Gettysburg a Skirmish?
Richard Brooke Garrett
Don Carlos Buell
Abner Doubleday
Layfayette McLaws
Earl Van Dorn
Foresst gets a Larger Command
William Starke Rosecrans
Better Illumination
Building a Better Scale
John Pope
Daniel Harvey Hill
James Longstreet
Ulysses S. Grant
Winfield Scott Hancock
Executing the Lincoln Conspirators
Simon Boliver Buckner
Thomas Jonathan Jackson

A “melancholy duty”
George Pickett
George Brinton McClellan
Edmund Kirby Smith
“Sword and services to my state”
Ambrose Powell Hill
Ambrose Everett Burnside

Burnside's Rifle
John Bell Hood
Phillip Henry Sheridan
John McAllister Schofield
Award Long Overdue
James Birdseye McPherson
James Ewell Brown Stuart
Securing His Saber
Oliver Otis Howard
Long Overdue Recognition
Integrating Freed Slaves into Society
George Washington Curtis Lee
Future Confederates
Beginning Lifelong Friendships
Capturing Mexico City and the Glory
Stacking the Deck
3rd Artillery Friendships
Filling Unexpected Vacancies
“The Regulars” in Mexico
West Point “Cottonbalers”
Longstreet and Pickett
Adjutants during the Mexican War
Mapping Mexico
Future Generals

A Tale of Two Ambroses
West Pointers in the 3rd Artillery
Jackson’s Class Standing
Counting Noses
Roommates Battle in Tennessee
Report Card
From Highest to Lowest
Choosing a Branch and a Regiment
Like Father Like Son
Class Standing
Missing the War

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