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Brigadier General Martin Edwin Green (1815-1863)

Martin Edwin Green (June 1815 – June was a Confederate brigadier general in the American Civil War, and a key organizer of the Missouri State Guard in northern Missouri.

"Civil War might have made the guerrilla but only the excesses of civil war could have made him the untamable and unmerciful creature that history finds him."  (quote fm John Newman Edwards in his book, Noted Guerrillas.)  Photo Galleries | Local Confederate guerrillas | Civil War 150

"Civil War might have made the guerrilla but only the excesses of civil war could have made him the untamable and unmerciful creature that history finds him." (quote fm John Newman Edwards in his book, Noted Guerrillas.

Confederate Brigadier General Nathan Bedford Forrest’s Cavalry push out a detachment of Union cavalry December 18th 1862 near Lexington, Kentucky.

A Day in the Life of the Civil War: They Held For Three Charges - Confederate Brigadier General Nathan Bedford Forrest’s Cavalry push out a detachment of Union cavalry December 1862 near Lexington, Kentucky.

June 10th Born Today 1833: Civil War spy for the Union Army, Pauline Cushman. She was awarded the rank of Brevet-Major by General Garfield and commended by President Abraham Lincoln for her service to the union cause, and became known as Miss Major Cushman.

Actress / SPY - Pauline Cushman (Born Harriet Wood) (June 1833 – December was an American actress and a spy for the Union Army during the American Civil War.

Confederate dead of General Ewell's Corps who attacked the Union lines at the Battle of Spotsylvania, May 19, 1864

Confederate dead of General Ewell's Corps who attacked the Union lines at the Battle of Spotsylvania, May 19, 1864

Brigadier General Mark Perrin Lowrey, CSA  (1828 – 1885) A southern Baptist Preacher nickname "Preacher General" or "Gallant Preacher Soldier" Founder of Blue Mountain College

Brigadier General Mark Perrin Lowrey, CSA – A southern Baptist Preacher nickname "Preacher General" or "Gallant Preacher Soldier" Founder of Blue Mountain College.

*ISABELLA MARIA BOYD best known as BELLE BOYD ~ as well as Cleopatra of the Secession and Siren of the Shenandoah, was a Confederate spy in the American Civil War.

Belle Boyd, Confederate spy during the American Civil War. - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

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