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Generals & Officers of the Union Army and Navy


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Autograph, General John M. Corse

Signature With Rank

Severely wounded at the battle of Chattanooga, Tennessee

He was the hero of the Battle of Allatoona Pass in the Atlanta campaign. Corse telegraphed General Sherman, "I am short of a cheekbone, and one ear, but am able to whip all hell yet!"


(1835-93) Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he moved in 1842 with his family to Burlington in Iowa Territory. His father, John Lockwood Corse, served six terms as the mayor of Burlington, and established a prosperous book and stationery business. He was...  

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Autograph, General Nathaniel Lyon

Killed at the Battle of Wilson's Creek, Missouri in 1861

He was the first Union general to be killed in the Civil War!


(1818-61) Born in Ashford, Connecticut, he graduated in the West Point class of 1841. After graduation he was assigned as a 2nd lieutenant in the 2nd U.S. Infantry with whom he fought with in the Florida Seminole War in Florida. In the Mexican War, he was promoted to first lieutenant for "conspicuous bravery in capturing enemy artillery" at the Battle for Mexico City, and received a brevet promotion to...  

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Autograph, General Silas Casey

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(1807-82) He was born in East Greenwich, Rhode Island, and graduated in the West Point class of 1826. He fought in the Second Seminole Indian War under General William J. Worth from 1837-42. Casey distinguished himself during the Mexican War battles of Contreras, Churubusco, Molina del Rey, and Chapultepec, where he was severely wounded on September 13, 1847, earning the brevets of major and lieutenant colonel for gallantry. He was appointed a brigadier general of volunteers on August 31, 1861, and at the battle of Seven...  

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Autograph, General Joseph G. Totten

Free frank signature with rank on Engineer Department cover

Totten had the distinction of being the longest tenured of any Chief Engineer in the U.S. Army


(1788-1864) Born in New Haven, Connecticut, he was the tenth person to ever graduate from the U.S. Military Academy being one of three graduating members of the class of 1805. He was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Corps of Engineers on July 1, 1805. He helped build Castle Williams, and Castle Clinton in New York harbor. During the War of 1812, he was chief engineer of...  

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Autograph, General Gabriel R. Paul

Colonel of the 4th New Mexico Infantry

Severely wounded in the head and eye at the Battle of Gettysburg resulting in him becoming blind


(1813-86) Born in St. Louis, Missouri, he graduated from West Point in the class of 1834. He saw service in the Southwest, and against the Seminole Indians in Florida as a lieutenant in the 7th U.S. Infantry. While fighting in the Mexican War, he was wounded at the Battle of Cerro Gordo, but he recovered in time to serve in the campaign to capture Mexico City. He then led an assault party that...  

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Autograph, General Nelson A. Miles

Medal of Honor Recipient for gallantry at the Battle of Chancellorsville, Virginia

He was wounded 4 times during the Civil War

Captured the notorious Indian Chief Geronimo


(1839-1925) Born in Westminster, Massachusetts, on his family's farm, he intensely read military history, and mastered military principles and techniques, including battle drills. Working in Boston at the commencement of the Civil War, he enlisted in the Union Army on September 9, 1861, and was commissioned 1st lieutenant, in the 22nd Massachusetts Infantry....  

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Autograph, General William S. Rosecrans

Union Army Commander

United States Congressman from California

War period signature with rank


(1819-98) Born on a farm near Little Taylor Run, in Kingston Township, Delaware County, Ohio, he graduated #5 in the West Point class of 1842, and was known as "Old Rosy." Just days after the bombardment of Fort Sumter in April 1861, Rosecrans offered his services to Ohio Governor William Dennison, and he was given command of the 23rd Ohio Infantry, whose members included Rutherford B. Hayes, and William McKinley, both...  

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Autograph, Admiral Theodorus Bailey, United States Navy

He officially accepted the surrender of New Orleans, Louisiana in April 1862

(1805-77) A native of New York, he was appointed midshipman on January 1, 1818. In 1820-21, he cruised aboard the Cyane with Captain Trenchard, capturing several slavers off the coast of Africa. On March 3, 1827, he was commissioned lieutenant. In 1833, he sailed on a round the world cruise aboard the Vincennes, and made another round the world cruise aboard the frigate Constellation. Bailey was promoted to commander on March 6, 1851, and to captain on December 15,...  

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Autograph, General Joseph Hooker

War Period Signature with Rank of Major General

Commanded the Union Army of the Potomac at the Battle of Chancellorsville, Virginia


(1814-79) Born in Hadley, Mass., he was the grandson of a captain who fought in the Revolutionary War. Graduating in the West Point class of 1837, Hooker was commissioned 2nd lieutenant in the 1st U.S. Artillery. His first assignment was fighting in Florida in the 2nd Seminole Indian War. He served in the Mexican War in the campaigns of General Zachary Taylor, and General Winfield Scott, and was cited for...  

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Autograph, General Christopher C. Augur

Severely wounded at the battle of Cedar Mountain, Va.

He was at the deathbed of President Abraham Lincoln when he was assassinated in 1865!

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(1821-1885) Born in Kendall, New York, he graduated in the West Point class of 1843 which furnished ten generals to the North, among them General Ulysses S. Grant, and three generals to the South. He was a Mexican War veteran and during the 1850s he took an active part in the campaigns on the western frontier against the Yakima, and Rogue River tribes of Washington and...  

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Autograph, General John Pope

Commander of the Army of the Mississippi and the Army of Virginia

He captured New Madrid, and Island No. 10 in 1862


(1822-92) Born in Louisville, Kentucky, he was a descendant of George Washington and was connected by marriage to 1st Lady Mary Todd Lincoln. A career U.S. Army officer, he graduated in the West Point class of 1842 which furnished 17 full rank generals in the Civil War. He earned two brevets in the Mexican War fighting under General Zachary Taylor in the battles of Monterrey and Buena Vista. He was one of four army...  

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Autograph, General Alfred H. Terry

Signature with rank of Major General

Earned the "Thanks of Congress" for his heroic and gallant exploits during the capture of Fort Fisher, North Carolina in 1865!


(1827-90) Born in Hartford, Connecticut, he attended Yale Law School, became a lawyer, and served as clerk of the Superior Court of New Haven County, Conn. Terry was one of those rare militia officers who rose to eminence in the volunteer ranks during the Civil War and remained in the Regular Army after the war to earn the rank of major general. He fought at the...  

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