Below are four brigadier-generals who served in the Civil War for the Confederacy. We are publishing photographs of interest to researchers on Alabama Pioneers. To ensure you do not miss any photographs, subscribe to the daily email at the bottom of this page.
Brigadier General Cullen Andrews Battle, C.S.A. (1829-1905) Photographer C. R. Rees, Petersburg, Virginia. Before his appointment to brigadier-general, Battle had been a major, lieutenant colonel, and colonel of the 3rd Alabama Infantry, C. S. A. Q4211
Brigadier General Edmund Winchester Rucker, C.S.A (1836-1924) Y. Day, photographer, Memphis, Tennessee. During the Civil War, Rucker served in the Confederate cavalry. Q52016
Brigadier General Edmund Winston Pettus, C.S.A. (1821-1907) Before his appointment to brigadier-general, Pettus had been a colonel of the 20th Alabama Infantry, C. S. A. Q4667
Brigadier General James Byron Gordon, C.S.A. From Joseph Forney Johnston papers Q2819
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