Civil War CDV Fighting Cavalry Gen Phil Sheridan by Brady Fine Condition
The General involved were Thomas Stonewall, Philip Sheridan, John C Fremonts, Richard S Ewell, and Robert E Lee
This is General Philip Sheridan. This man played a very significant part in the Valley Campaign. Philip had been the go to when the Confederate Army needed supplies. He is who they always went to!
Compass Inscribed From General Philip Sheridan to H. C. Koch This compass was a gift from Union General Philip Sheridan to his topographical engineer H. C. Koch. Koch, an architect from Milwaukee noted the presentation by having it engraved on the reverse as follows: "This compass Was given me By Gen. P. H. Sheridan on Jan. 3rd 1863 After the Battle of Stone River. H. C. Koch". Heritage Auctions.
This is George G Meade he is just one of the six major generals on the Union side. There names are, Winfield S Hancock, Gouverneur K Warren, George G Meade, John Sedgwick, Ambrose E Burnside, and Philip Sheridan.
This is an excellent reproduction of an old photo on quality photography paper not cheap ink jet stock. General Philip Sheridan Union Army Vintage Reprint Of Old Photo General Philip Sheridan Uni
Sheridan County Area: 6,545 km² Population: 30,009 (2015) County seat: Sheridan. It is in the northwest of the state, bordering Montana. Created: 1888 Etymology: Philip Sheridan, American Civil War general.
General Philip Sheridan. Much of the rest of Sheridan's life after the Civil War involved the struggle against the Plains Indians. Sheridan he stated of them, "the only good Indians I ever saw were dead." In 1875, he married Irene Rucker; and at 22, was half his age. She would bear him three daughters and a son, Philip Jr. In 1884 Sheridan was promoted to full general, and became Commanding General of the U.S. Army. He died in 1888 and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery.