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Federal generals no. 8


Jonathan P. Cilley, gallant Cavalry leader.

Seldon Connor, Colonel of the 19th regiment.

Joshua L. Chamberlain, active at Round Top.

L. G. Estes, promoted at the close of the War.

Cyrus Hamlin, Colonel of the 80th U. S. Colored Infantry.

James D. Fessenden, brevetted for meritorious service.

Francis Fessenden, active in the Red River campaign.

George L. Beal, brevetted for conspicuous gallantry.

Joseph Dickinson, brevetted for gallantry on staff duty at Gettysburg.

Albion P. Howe, leader of the light division at the Storming of Marye's Heights, May 3, 1863.

Neal Dow, captured and exchanged for a son of Gen. R. E. Lee.


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