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Generals & Officers of the Union Army and Navy


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Autograph, General Daniel E. Sickles

Autograph Letter Signed written to General Winfield S. Hancock

Sickles murdered Philip Barton Key II across the street from the White House!

Severely wounded at Gettysburg resulting in the amputation of his leg

Medal of Honor Recipient for heroism at the Battle of Gettysburg

United States Congressman & New York State Senator


(1819-1914) Born in New York City, he was a controversial New York State senator and congressman. He first achieved national notoriety in 1859 when he shot down, in the shadows of the White...  

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Autograph, General John W. Turner

1865 Autograph Endorsement Signed

Recommendation for captain of the 20th N.Y.S.M.


(1833-99) Born in New York, he was appointed to West Point, and graduated in 1855, and assigned to the 1st U.S. Artillery who he fought with in the Third Seminole Indian War. When the Civil War began, Turner was quickly promoted to captain, and he served on the staff of General David Hunter, first in Kansas, then in the Department of the South where he rendered valuable services at the battle of Fort Pulaski, Ga. On June 13, 1863, Turner was appointed...  

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Autograph, General John A. Dix

Famous for his American flag dispatch, "If anyone attempts to haul down the American flag, shoot him on the spot!" This became a clarion call in the North during the Civil War!

New York Secretary of State

United States Senator from New York

Governor of New York


(1798-1879) Born in Boscawen, New Hampshire, he joined the U.S. Army in 1813, and served until 1828. In 1830, he was appointed by Governor Enos T. Throop as Adjutant General of the New York State Militia. Was New York Secretary of State, 1833-39, and...  

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Autograph, General Fitz John Porter

War Date Letter Signed With Rank

General Porter writes to Governor Morgan of New York to send him recruits for the 13th, 17th and 25th New York Volunteer Regiments


(1822-1901) Born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, he was the cousin of Union Admiral David D. Porter. He graduated in the West Point class of 1845, and earned the brevets of captain and major for gallantry and bravery in the Mexican War at the Battle of Molino del Rey, and at the Battle of Chapultepec where he was wounded. From 1849 to 1855 he was the assistant instructor of...  

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Autograph, General Thomas W. Sweeny

He lost his right arm at the battle of Churubusco in 1848 during the Mexican War

Severely wounded and carried from the field at the Battle of Wilson's Creek, Mo. in 1861

Wounded in the Battle of Fort Donelson, Tennessee

"Our best generals I consider to be Joseph E. Johnston, W.T. Sherman, and Phil Sheridan."


(1820-92) He was born in County Cork, Ireland on Christmas Day in 1820, and came to America at the age of 12. Interested in the militia, he joined the "Independent Tompkins Blues" which later were...  

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Autograph, General James B. Fry

Letter Signed Regarding the annual Lady Washington Reception

(1827-1894) Born in Carrollton, Illinois, he graduated in the West Point class of 1847 and was assigned to the 3rd U.S. Artillery. He served during the Mexican War under General Winfield Scott, and was later on frontier duty and garrison duty as an assistant to Major George H. Thomas. He was adjutant at the United States Military Academy from 1854 to 1859, under Colonel Robert E. Lee. At the outbreak of the Civil War, he was commanding a battery of light artillery in the defenses...  

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Autograph, General John B. McPherson

Graduated #1 in the West Point class of 1853

Killed in the Atlanta campaign in July 1864 bringing commanding General William T. Sherman to tears!

Very rare circa 1862 Mobile & Ohio Railroad document signed as Brigadier General


(1828-64) He was born in Clyde, Ohio, and graduated #1 in the West Point class of 1853, a class which included future Civil War generals' Philip H. Sheridan, John M. Schofield and John Bell Hood. After graduation McPherson was commissioned brevet second lieutenant and he was appointed to the Corps of...  

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CDV, General James Cooper

Includes his signature on the reverse of the card

United States Congressman and Senator from Pennsylvania

Practiced law in Gettysburg, Pa. before the war

Died on active duty in 1863 while in charge of Camp Chase Prison near Columbus, Ohio


(1810-63) Born in Frederick County, Maryland, he was educated at St. Mary's College, in Emmitsburg, Pa., and at Washington College, in Washington, Pa., where he graduated in 1832. He studied law under the famous Thaddeus Stevens in Gettysburg, was admitted to the bar in 1834, and...  

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Autograph, General Andrew A. Humphreys

He gallantly commanded a division in Sickles 3rd Corps at Gettysburg

Autograph Letter Signed as Major General


(1810-83) Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, his grandfather, Joshua, was the "Father of the American Navy," who had served as chief naval constructor from 1794 to 1801, and designed the first U.S. warships, six frigates, the USS Constitution ("Old Ironsides") and her sister ships. Andrew's father, Samuel, designed and built the USS Pennsylvania, the largest and most heavily armed warship at the time....  

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Autograph, General John E. Wool

The oldest officer, Union or Confederate, to actively command troops during the Civil War

1864 Dated Autograph


(1784-1869) Born at Newburgh, New York, Wool was the oldest officer to have active command on either the North or the South during the Civil War. He served in the War of 1812 gaining the rank of colonel and inspector general of the army. In 1826, he was brevetted brigadier general for meritorious service, and in 1841 was promoted to full brigadier general of the line. He participated in moving the Cherokee Indians from their...  

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Autograph, General Charles P. Stone

War Date Letter Signed

Besides fighting in the Mexican War & the Civil War General Stone was the Chief Engineer of the Statue of Liberty project at Bedloe's Island, New York City Harbor


(1824-87) Born in Greenfield, Massachusetts, he was a descendant of Puritan ancestors who had fought in every war in which Americans had been engaged. He graduated from West Point 7th in the class of 1845, and earned the brevets of 1st lieutenant and captain during the Mexican War. He saw action at Veracruz, Contreras, Molino del Rey and he was...  

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Autograph, General William T. Sherman

He captured the cities of Atlanta, and Savannah, Georgia in 1864 presenting the latter as a Christmas present to President Lincoln

His infamous march from Atlanta to the sea laid waste to much of Georgia

General in Chief of the United States Army

Signature with rank of general


(1820-1891) He was born in Lancaster, Ohio, and graduated #6 in the West Point class of 1840. Sherman roomed with and befriended another important future Civil War general for the Union, George H. Thomas. Fellow cadet William S. Rosecrans...  

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