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mparatively easy time at City Point under General McCallum. There was plenty of hard work, but it wels began to move. On September 14, 1863, D. C. McCallum succeeded Haupt. of the Federal Army of ailroads of Virginia, reported to Brigadier-General D. C. McCallum, under the date of July 1, 1865, ntry regiments that had seen Major-General D. C. McCallum: an officer praised by General Granis duties to Colonel (later Major-General) D. C. McCallum, who was appointed Superintendent of Milit the army lines at Petersburg. Major-General D. C. McCallum Landing the military engine Generction Corps, then under the command of Colonel D. C. McCallum, seemed like the mythical giant Antaeuer of troops designated was practicable. Colonel McCallum soon gave an affirmative answer, and the leven and one-half days. For this service Colonel McCallum was appointed brevet brigadier-general. military railroads under the direction of General McCallum, general manager of the military railroad[1 more...]