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    • E. Price.

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    • (In this heavily retouched photograph, the officer has the three stars of a Confederate colonel on his collar, but the shoulder straps of a brigadier general in the U.S. Army.) Probably Colonel Edwin Price, oldest son of General Sterling Price of...
    • John Pelham.

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    • (In West Point cadet uniform.) Resigned from West Point in April 1861 and was commissioned as a first lieutenant in the Confederate Artillery shortly afterward. Promoted to major in the summer of 1862. Major campaigns and battles include First...
    • Roger Pryor.

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    • (No photograph in uniform is known to exist.) Commissioned as a colonel of the 3rd Virginia Infantry shortly after the war began. Promoted to brigadier general in April 1862. Major campaigns and battles include Williamsburg, Seven Pines, Seven...
    • Albert Sidney Johnston.

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    • (No wartime photograph is known to exist. This image appears to be a retouched to show him in his U.S. Army uniform.) Graduated from West Point, 1826; Black Hawk War and Mexican War veteran. Resigned his U.S. Army commission and was commissioned...
    • Louis Wigfall.

    • 1861 circa
    • (No wartime uniformed photograph is known to exist. This photograph was probably taken at the time of Fort Sumter. - W. Davis.) Commissioned as a brigadier general in October 1861. Resigned his commission in February 1862 to take a seat in the...
    • Samuel Cooper.

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    • (No wartime uniformed photographs are known to exist.-- W. Davis) Graduated from West Point, 1815. Resigned his U.S. Army commission in 1861 and was appointed a brigadier general in the Confederate Army in March 1861. Promoted to full general in...
    • Simon Buckner, C.S.A.

    • 1861 circa
    • (Photograph has been retouched to show insignia on uniform, probably early war years.) Graduated from West Point 1844; Mexican War veteran. Appointed a brigadier general into the Confederate Army in September 1861. Following his capture at Fort...
    • Mosby Parsons.

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    • (Photograph probably retouched to show him in a federal uniform.) Mexican War veteran. During Missouri's succession crisis, Parsons supported succession and entered Confederate service as brigadier general in November 1862. Although not...
    • Leonidas Polk.

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    • (Photograph retouched to show Polk in uniform.) Graduated from West Point, 1827; resigned his U.S. Army commission shortly afterward to pursue a career in the ministry. Appointed a major general in the Confederate Army in June 1861 and lieutenant...

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