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Whitehurst Gallery bm.  Civil War Union Army Brigadier General. A career military officer, at the start of the Civil War, he was appointed Brigadier General of a Brigade in the Army of the Potomac. In 1862, he directed the Siege of Yorktown and was Chief of Cavalry to the camp of instruction near Annapolis, Maryland, in 1863. For the remainder of the war, he acted as President of a General Courts Martial and on the Board for Examination of Invalid Officers at Annapolis. After the war, he served various frontier posts, until retiring in December 1870. He became one of the most well known Shakespearean scholars in Washington, D.C. where he lived until his death.

CDV General Lawrence Graham

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