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General G Meade was the leader that helped led the Union armies

General G Meade was the leader that helped led the Union armies


General George Gordon Meade

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General G. Meade was the leader that helped led the Union armies to victory at Gettysburg. President Lincoln made him the new general.


Cavalry leader Jeb Stuart had gone off with his troops to harass the Federals. Stuart's expedition would turn out to be for the most part a wild goose chase ...

General William Tecumseh Sherman Interesting that General Sherman shares the name Tecumseh with the Native American leader of the Shawnee.

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Engraving by James E. Kelly of George G. Meade and the Council of War

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Somewhere it must be written how Meade got its name, but at this point in time we can only guess at how it came about. Everyone we asked seemed to know that ...

General George Meade: Civil War Facts & History - Video & Lesson Transcript | Study.com

John F. Reynolds

The creation of black regiments was another kind of innovation during the Civil War. Northern

Lieutenant General James Longstreet

The Rebel diversion attempt failed.

Major General of the Union Army, David B. Birney. (Colorized Photo).

This is Major General Ambrose Burnside, the commander of the Union army of the Potomac. He is best known for leading the army to a crushing defeat at the ...

A self-taught strategist with no combat experience, Abraham Lincoln saw the path to victory more clearly than his generals

... Union General George Meade

George Pickett during the Civil War

Ulysses S. Grant led Union forces to victory over the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia

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After the war, Meade posed with his staff at a photography studio in Washington, D.C. (opposite). Although Meade's army had triumphed at Gettysburg, ...

2015 Meade Symposium

Ambrose Burnside during the Civil War

Major General Robert B. Potter - portrait. American Civil War Union army general and

Robert E. Lee

Major General George Gordon Meade Union commander at the Battle of Gettysburg US Civil War -

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Confederate General James Longstreet saw the Union position as nearly impregnable and told Lee it should be left alone. He argued that Lee's Army should ...

Ambrose Burnside


Major General Irvin McDowell (Civil War Trust)

George Meade with Staff in June 1865. Library of Congress.

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Ambrose Burnside

Grant and Meade in 1864

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Winfield Scott Hancock

John Sedgwick

Jennifer Murray with the sub- ject of her latest research, Union General George Meade

Confederate cavalry commander, General J.E.B. Stuart

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The Leaders exhibit in the Spotsylvania Battlefield Exhibit Shelter

Theophilus Holmes Square

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John B. Hood

Ulysses S Grant (1822 - 1885) - 18th US President (1869 - 1877

Joseph Hooker during the Civil War

Ulysses S Grant (1822-1885), portrait of the Union Army General and

Major General George Meade and General Robert E. Lee

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Ulysses S. Grant

General George Armstrong Custer, US Union Army cavalry commander, 1862-1867. Artist

Image shows Lieutenant General Ulysses S Grant. (Massachusetts MOLLUS photograph Collection).


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Work looks at 16 political generals who fought for the Union—eight Republicans and eight Democrats, including two Germans and two Irishmen—and follows them ...

Portrait of Civil War Union army commander, General William Tecumseh Sherman

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Lt.Gen. Ulysses S. Grant (Library of Congress)

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Daniel Buttefield. In the words of early Gettysburg historian John Bachelder, he "has

Gen'l. Geo. B. McClellan, 1861. Carte-de-visite photograph. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (130) Digital ID # ppmsca-19389

Painting of Union Army General Philip Sheridan. - Stock Image

1863) was well suited to his role as commander in chief of the Confederate forces. (Corbis)

George Gordon Meade, Major General, United States Army, three-quarter length portrait

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President Lincoln and General George B. McClellan after the Battle of Antietam

That day, a combined Gen. N.P. Banks army ...

Portrait of Civil War Union army commander, General William Tecumseh Sherman

General Edward Ferrero led Black troops during the Battle of the Crater

George Pickett

16, 1861 Hood resigns from the Union Army and four days later was commissioned First Lieutenant in Confederate cavalry. He reported to Lee in Virginia who ...

For some three years, the Army of the Tennessee took the lead in most of the Union's western campaigns—in Tennessee and at Vicksburg, before going on to the ...

Robert E. Lee at age 31, then a young Lieutenant of Engineers, U. S. Army, 1838. PD.

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George Gordon Meade and his staff, photographed outside Washington in June 1865 (library of

Union General Ulysses S. Grant (left) and Confederate General Robert E. Lee

Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant

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After the Union defeat at the Second Battle of Bull Run in August 1862, Halleck seemed to lose confidence in his generals and himself, and adopted a style ...