Winfield Scott love

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  • Gen. Winfield Scott triumphantly led the way through the streets of Mexico City, followed by row after row of his mounted troops.

    Between War and Peace

  • In 1861, once Federal authorities had trained their troops satisfactorily, Commanding General Winfield Scott proposed as his initial phase a blockade and a drive to seize the Mississippi River and selected port cities.

    Between War and Peace

  • Gen. Winfield Scott received orders to assume command of operations against the Seminoles and to call upon as many state militia forces as he deemed necessary.

    Between War and Peace

  • On February 14, he wrote Winfield Scott a letter strikingly similar to one Thomas Jesup had written four years earlier.

    Between War and Peace

  • From the wreck of the paddlewheel steamer, the Winfield Scott, which ran aground on the island in 1853, while making the San Francisco to Panama run with a load of gold prospectors and rats aboard.

    T.C. Boyle: Taking Flight

  • General Winfield Scott sent Lee home when he refused to invade his native soil.

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  • Lincoln then asked his top general, Winfield Scott, what it would take to hold the fort.

    Lessons of Fort Sumter

  • He expressed skepticism that any Mexico City expedition could succeed—a result, it appeared, of his lack of confidence in Winfield Scott and Zachary Taylor.

    A Country of Vast Designs

  • He traced the controversies between the president and Winfield Scott, defending Scott at every turn.

    A Country of Vast Designs

  • Known as “Old Fuss and Feathers” for his love of elaborate military regalia and ritual, General Winfield Scott is shown here reviewing his troops in Mexico during the war.

    A Country of Vast Designs

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