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igadier-general in June. He was chief-of-staff to and had a brigade under General Joseph E. Johnston. He was seriously wounded at Bull Run. Early in 1862, as major-general, he was placed in command of the Army of East Tennessee (afterward Kentucky). In October of the same year he was made lieutenant-general and continued in the Department of East Tennessee. He was made general, and assumed command of the Trans-Mississippi Department in February, 1863. He surrendered his troops to Major-General Canby at Baton Rouge, May 26, 1865, having, the year before, defeated Major-General Banks in the Red Confederate generals--no. 4 Arkansas William N. R. Beall, District commander in Mississippi and Louisiana. Dandridge McRae led a brigade in battles West of the Mississippi. Alexander T. Hawthorne led a brigade in the Army of the Mississippi. Daniel H. Reynolds fought with Hood at Nashville. Daniel C. Govan commanded a noted brigade. Evander McNair, important le