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Federal major-generals commanding armies: operating on the gulf and along the western frontier

Eugene A. Carr, commander of the Army of the Southwest; led troops at Wilson's Creek and Pea Ridge.

Quincy Adams Gillmore, commander of the Department and Army of the South at the siege of Charleston.

Frederick Steele, commander of the Army of Arkansas; engaged at little Rock.

Benjamin Franklin Butler, commander of the Department and Army of the Gulf in 1862, and of the Army of the James in 1864. with this Army he operated against Richmond in May and June.

Gordon Granger, commander of the Army of Kentucky in 1862; noted at Chickamauga.

James G. Blunt, commander in Kansas and of the Army of the Frontier; at Prairie Grove.

David Hunter, head of a division at Bull Run and later of the Department of the South.


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