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Lieutenant-generals of the Confederacy—group no. 1

On this and the two pages following appear portraits of all officers who held the rank of Lieutenant-General in the Confederate States Army, with the exception of ‘StonewallJackson and A. P. Hill, whose portraits have appeared among the general officers killed in battle.

Richard Stoddert Ewell a battle record from July 21, 1861, to April 6, 1865. fought nearly three years on a Wooden leg.

James Longstreet, none knew better than Longstreet's opponents how and where he earned the sobriquet ‘Lee's Warhorse.’

Jubal Anderson Early modest in victory, undaunted by defeat, he defended the Shenandoah against Enormous Odds.

Daniel Harvey Hill, had no superior as the Marshal of a division in assault or defense.


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