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Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill: The Journal of a Virginia Girl 1862-1864
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The Confederate and United States processes for appointment, nomination and confirmation of general officers were essentially the same. The military laws of the United States required that a person be nominated as a general officer by the president and be confirmed by the Senate and that his commission be signed and sealed by the president. Despite legal interpretations that would preclude posthumous confirmation of appointments or delivery of commissions, the U. Senate and the Confederate Senate confirmed a few appointments of officers known to be dead and did not recall or revoke a few other confirmed appointments for officers who had recently died or died before receiving their commissions.
War Department Collection of Confederate Records
Before the outbreak of war, he had founded the Pinkerton National Detective Agency. In , he famously foiled an alleged plot to assassinate president-elect Lincoln, and later served as the head of the Union Intelligence Service — the forerunner of the U. Secret Service. Nearly every American lost someone in the war: a friend, relative, brother, son, or father.
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