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Federal generals—No. 4


P. S. Post. originally Colonel of the 59th regiment, led a brigade at Stone's River and Nashville.

Julius white, originally Colonel of the 37th regiment.

James Grant Wilson, originally Colonel of the 4th U. S. Cavalry.

John W. Turner, commander of a division at Drewry's Bluff and in the siege of Petersburg.

August Mersy, originally Colonel of the 9th Infantry.

Leonard F. Ross, originally Colonel of the 17th regiment.

Benjamin M. Prentiss, noted for his heroic defense at Shiloh.

John Eugene Smith, originally Colonel of the 45th regiment.

Richard J. Oglesby, conspicuous at Corinth, where he was wounded.

John C. black, originally Colonel of the 37th regiment.

Michael K. Lawler, promoted for gallant service throughout the War.

Hasbrouck Davis led his command out of the net at Harper's Ferry.

Elias S. Dennis, originally Colonel of the 30th regiment; conspicuous at Mobile.

Giles A. Smith, commander of a division in Georgia and the Carolinas.


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