Union Army

  • American

The US Army during the American Civil War. It was commanded by Abraham Lincoln and fought for the North to keep Southern states from leaving the Union. - AsNotedIn

Notable Position Person From To
Private, Major Robert Gould Shaw 1861 1863
Colonel, 49th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment Samuel Fallows
Brigader General James A Garfield
General Philip H Sheridan
Major General Oliver Otis Howard
General George R Crook
Major General George Armstrong Custer 1865
Major General General John Schofield
Captain Robert Todd Lincoln
Colonel Rutherford B Hayes
Brevet Major William McKinley
Commander Judge Daniel Webster
Calvery, 6th Kansas Cavalry Benjamin Clark
Brigadier General Clinton Bowen Fisk
Major General Lew Wallace 1861
Brigadier General William H Gibson
Major General William Le Baron Jenney
Major Henry Rathbone
Chaplain, New York 71st Infantry Regiment Joseph Twichell 1861


Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1863/07/13 Union soldiers sail down the Mississippi River from Vicksburg and land in Natchez, US troops will continue to garrison Natchez during through Reconstruction. Belligerents Natchez Mississippi Siege of Vicksburg
1865/00/00 Built Architect Petersburg Breakthrough Battlefield Pamplin Historical Park and The National Museum Of The Civil War Soldier Siege of Petersburg
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