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Abner Doubleday - Biography of Civil War General Abner Doubleday
Born at Ballston Spa, NY on June 26, 1819, Abner Doubleday was the son of Representative Ulysses F. Doubleday. Educated locally, Doubleday trained as a ...
Earl Van Dorn - American Civil War - Major General - Military History
A member of the Class of 1842, his classmates included William Rosecrans, John Pope, Abner Doubleday, George Sykes, Daniel H. Hill, and James Longstreet.
Battle of Gettysburg - Union Leaders - Corps Commanders
With his death, command of I Corps passed to Major General Abner Doubleday and later Major General John Newton. More » · - Photograph Courtesy of the ...
Abner Doubleday Baseball Myth - 19th Century History - About.com
The mythical story of Abner Doubleday inventing the game of baseball in Cooperstown, New York, has been circulating for more than a century. The tale was ...
Battle of Fredericksburg - Civil War - Ambrose Burnside
... those of Brigadier Generals Abner Doubleday and John Gibbon. While initially hampered by heavy fog, the Union attack gained momentum around 10:00 AM ...
Albert Sidney Johnston - Military History - About.com
Photo Gallery: Confederate Generals · Major General Ambrose Burnside · Major General Joshua L. Chamberlain · Major General Abner Doubleday · General ...
Civil War General Ambrose Burnside - Military History - About.com
Major General Joshua L. Chamberlain · Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan · Major General Wesley Merritt · Major General Abner Doubleday ...
James S. Wadsworth - Civl War - Brigadier General - Military History
With his death, command of I Corps passed to Major General Abner Doubleday. Forming his division with Brigadier General Solomon Meredith's famed Iron ...
Horatio Wright - American Civil War - Major General - Military History
... Road · Gettysburg: Union Commanders · American Civil War: Major General Abner Doubleday · Leading the Blue & Gray: Union & Confederate Generals ...
Pickett's Charge - Battle of Gettysburg - Civil War - Military History
Major General Alexander Hayes' II Corps division occupied a position to Gibbon's north while Major General Abner Doubleday's I Corps division was to the ...