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Generals, Officers, & Politicians of the Confederacy


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Autograph, General Alexander R. Lawton

Lawton favored Georgia's secession and became colonel of the 1st Georgia Volunteers whom he led at the capture of Fort Pulaski, Ga.

He was very severely wounded at the Battle of Sharpsburg, Maryland in 1862


(1818-96) Born in Beaufort, South Carolina, he was the brother-in-law of Confederate General Edward Porter Alexander who commanded General Lee's artillery at Gettysburg. He graduated in the West Point class of 1839, and served in the 1st U.S. Artillery. His antebellum career saw him as the president of the Augusta & Savannah...  

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Autograph, General Roger A. Pryor

Colonel of the 3rd Virginia Infantry

United States Congressman from Virginia


(1828-1919) Born near Petersburg, Virginia, he graduated from Hampton-Sydney College in 1845 as valedictorian of his class, and with a considerable reputation as an orator. He then studied law at the University of Virginia. By the outbreak of the Civil War, Pryor had a notable career as a lawyer, newspaper editor, and U.S. Congressman. He was known as a fiery and eloquent advocate of slavery, Southern states rights, and secession; although he and his wife did...  

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Autograph, Thomas L. Clingman

Colonel of the 25th North Carolina Infantry

Severely wounded in 1864 at the Battle on the Weldon Railroad, Virginia

U.S. Congressman and Senator from North Carolina


(1812-97) Born at Huntsville, North Carolina. He graduated from N.C. State University in 1832, studied law, and was admitted to the bar in 1834. He then started a political career, first in the North Carolina State Legislature, and then as a U.S. Congressman, 1843-45, and 1847-58. He was then elected U.S. Senator in 1860. When the Civil War began, he left Washington...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item Auto5198: Autograph, General Francis T. Nicholls

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Autograph, General Francis T. Nicholls

Lieutenant Colonel of the 8th Louisiana Infantry

Wounded and captured at Winchester, Virginia in 1862 losing his left arm as a result, and at the Battle of Chancellorsville in 1863 his left foot was blown off by an artillery shell

Governor of Louisiana


(1834-1912) Born at Donaldsonville, Louisiana, he graduated in the West Point class of 1855. He studied law at the University of Louisiana, now Tulane University, was admitted to the bar, and commenced practice in Napoleonville. At the outbreak of the War Between the States, he...  

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Autograph, General David A. Weisiger

Colonel of the 12th Virginia Infantry

Wounded 3 times during the Civil War; at the Battles of 2nd Manassas, the Wilderness, and at the Crater, Petersburg, Virginia

Document Signed


(1818-99) Born in Chesterfield County, Va., he served as a lieutenant of the 1st Virginia Volunteers during the Mexican War. As a captain of Virginia Militia he was officer of the day at the hanging of John Brown in 1859. Two years later, as a major of the 4th Virginia Battalion, Weisiger took his battalion to the Gosport Navy Yard at Norfolk,...  

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Autograph, Admiral Raphael Semmes, Confederate States Navy

Commander of the famous Confederate raider, the C.S.S. Alabama

Very Rare Mexican War era signature with sentiment, rank and date


(1809-1877) Born in Charles County, Maryland, on Tayloe's Neck, he was a cousin of future Confederate general Paul J. Semmes. He graduated from Charlotte Hall Military Academy, and entered the U.S. Navy as a midshipman in 1826. During his early U.S. Naval service he cruised on various ships on duty in the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, and the West Indies attempting to suppress piracy. During the Mexican War,...  

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Autograph, General James Patton Anderson

Colonel 1st Florida Infantry, Confederate States of America

Wounded in action during the Atlanta campaign

United States Congressman from Washington Territory

War period autograph endorsement signed


(1822-72) Born near Winchester, in Franklin County, Tennessee. He attended the medical school of Jefferson College, and practiced medicine in Hernando County, Mississippi. He also studied law at Montrose Law School in Frankfort, Kentucky, and was admitted to the bar in 1843, establishing a practice in Hernando, in DeSoto...  

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Autograph, General John Echols

Delegate to the 1861 Virginia Secession Convention

Colonel of the 27th Virginia Infantry of the "Stonewall Brigade"

Severely wounded at the 1st Battle of Kernstown, Virginia in 1862


(1823-96) Born at Lynchburg, Va., he graduated from Washington College, [later named Washington & Lee University] Lexington, Va., studied law at Harvard, and was admitted to the bar in 1843. He served as attorney to the Commonwealth of Virginia, was a member of the Virginia General Assembly, and a delegate to the Virginia secession...  

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Autograph, John H. Reagan

Postmaster General of the Confederate States of America

United States Congressman and Senator from Texas


(1818-1905) Born in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, he left Tennessee at the age of 19, and traveled to the Republic of Texas, in 1836, the year before it had become independent from Mexico. Reagan worked as a surveyor from 1839 to 1843. A lawyer, judge and Indian fighter, he served as U.S. Congressman from Texas, 1857-61. Voting for secession at the 1861 Texas convention, he was soon elected to the Provisional Confederate Congress, and in...  

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Autograph, General Johnson Hagood

Colonel of the 1st South Carolina Infantry

His troops defeated the 54th Massachusetts Colored Infantry, commanded by Colonel Robert Gould Shaw, at the battle of Fort Wagner, S.C., in 1863

Governor of South Carolina


(1829-98) Born in 1829, in Barnwell, South Carolina, to a planter family, Hagood attended the private Richmond Academy in Augusta, Georgia, and later the South Carolina Military Academy (now The Citadel), graduating in 1847 at the top of his class. He was admitted to the bar in 1850. He was appointed deputy adjutant...  

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Autograph, General Jubal A. Early

He fought bravely at Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, the Wilderness, and in the 1864 Shenandoah Valley campaign!

(1816-94) Born in the Red Valley section of Franklin County, Virginia, he graduated in the West Point class of 1837. After fighting against the Seminole Indians, he resigned to study law, and afterwards began practice in Rocky Mount, Va. He became a member of the Virginia house of delegates, and the commonwealth's attorney, and when war broke out with Mexico he was a major of Virginia volunteers. At the start of the War Between the...  

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Autograph, General John C. Pemberton

He surrendered Vicksburg, Mississippi, on July 4, 1863, to General Ulysses S. Grant!

Signature with rank as Confederate Lieutenant General


(1814-81) He graduated in the West Point class of 1837, and was commissioned an officer in the 4th U.S. Artillery. His roommate and closest friend at the Military Academy was future Union General George G. Meade, who defeated Confederate General Robert E. Lee in the Battle of Gettysburg, in July 1863.

During Pemberton's antebellum military career he served in the 2nd Seminole War in...  

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