You can read this for yourself. As you can see three men were ordered to be shot, but one received a reprieve from President Lincoln and was sent back to active duty. This document is in excellent condition, suitable for framing. This is your chance to own a fantastic piece of Civil War History.We all know about President Lincoln and Edward M. Stanton so here is just a little history on E. War Townsend was the acting adjutant General of the army. Executive officer of the War Department, working closely. Abraham Lincoln as Secretary of War, It was under Townsend's. Orders originated from the War Department.
McCellan got the fired on Nov. 5, 1862 the removal from command general orders #182 was signed by Townsend as the Assistant Adjutant. Was also the individual who initiated the gathering of papers for the official records of War.
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