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Mar. 11, 1862: President Lincoln removes Gen. George B. McClellan as general-in-chief of the Union armies. Before the Civil War, McClellan toured Europe with a military commission looking at new military tactics. When he returned, he developed a new modified cavalry saddle. In 1859, the US War Department adopted his saddle.

Outstanding example of custom model of McClellan Style Saddle and Cover belonging to 1st Lt. Josiah M. Hubbard of the 11th Kansas Cavalry.