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The Union Army’s Department of Kansas was created on November 9th 1861 with Brigadier General David Hunter as the commander.

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Civil War Cadet and Three Brothers ~ Superb 1860s CDV by Hesler, Chicago

Civil War Cadet and Three Brothers ~ Superb 1860s CDV by Hesler, Chicago | eBay

John Lorimer Worden (1818 - 1897), U.S. admiral in the American Civil War ... commanded the Monitor against the Confederate vessel Virginia (originally known as the Merrimack) in first battle of ironclad ships in 1862.

Fact: Robert E. Lee of the confederate army remains the only person ever to have graduated from the West Point Military Academy without a single demerit.

Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard was a Louisiana-born American military officer, politician, inventor, writer, civil servant, and the first prominent general of the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War.

MORE CIVIL WAR FUN: Who was the leader of the Confederate Army? It might surprise you to discover it was technically the obscure Hackensack, NY native, Samuel Cooper. Cooper, a friend of J. Davis, was a transplanted Northerner who volunteered for CSA service and was senior on the list of five FULL General appointments made early in the war, making him the top dog in name, if not in deed. Cooper served as Adjutant General of the CS Army and died in poverty at Alexandria, VA in 1876.