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general-in-chief

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  • In growing doubt that Pope and McClellan could work together, Mr. Lincoln now brought Major General Henry W. Halleck from the western theater to coordinate operations in Virginia, giving him the title of general-in-chief.

    LEE’S LIEUTENANTS

  • In growing doubt that Pope and McClellan could work together, Mr. Lincoln now brought Major General Henry W. Halleck from the western theater to coordinate operations in Virginia, giving him the title of general-in-chief.

    LEE’S LIEUTENANTS

  • In his Life of Maceo Lucciardi declares that while he does not wish “to discredit the bravery” of General Gomez, “Maceo merited the title of general-in-chief as a right because he was the real soul of the revolution.”

    World’s Great Men of Color

  • In his Life of Maceo Lucciardi declares that while he does not wish “to discredit the bravery” of General Gomez, “Maceo merited the title of general-in-chief as a right because he was the real soul of the revolution.”

    World’s Great Men of Color

  • In his Life of Maceo Lucciardi declares that while he does not wish “to discredit the bravery” of General Gomez, “Maceo merited the title of general-in-chief as a right because he was the real soul of the revolution.”

    World’s Great Men of Color

  • In growing doubt that Pope and McClellan could work together, Mr. Lincoln now brought Major General Henry W. Halleck from the western theater to coordinate operations in Virginia, giving him the title of general-in-chief.

    Lee’s Lieutenants

  • In growing doubt that Pope and McClellan could work together, Mr. Lincoln now brought Major General Henry W. Halleck from the western theater to coordinate operations in Virginia, giving him the title of general-in-chief.

    Lee’s Lieutenants

  • “I would like very much to see you,” the general-in-chief had telegraphed, “and I think the rest would do you good.”

    Between War and Peace

  • Both times Lincoln extricated his general-in-chief.

    Between War and Peace

  • The case was brought to Brachfeld's attention by Trevor Plante, an Archives official specializing in Civil War history who gained acclaim in 2007 when he discovered a long-lost telegram Lincoln wrote in 1863 to his general-in-chief.

    Hinky date unravels Lincoln lore

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