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Abraham Lincoln

1809-1865

Sixteenth President, Kentucky native, guided the Union during the Civil War. He thought secession illegal, and was willing to use force to defend Federal law. He issued the Emancipation Proclamation that declared forever free those slaves within the Confederacy.

Mary Todd Lincoln

1818-1882

Kentucky born, she married Abraham Lincoln in Springfield, IL. While First Lady she was scorned by Southerners as a traitor to her birth, and Northerners suspected her of treason.

Ulysses S. Grant

1822-1885

Eighteenth President, Commander in Chief of the Union Forces during the Civil War.

William Tecumseh Sherman

1820-1891

Union General in the Civil War, successful at the battle of Atlanta.

J.F.D. Lanier

Indiana business man. He financed Indiana's troops in the Civil War.

Elizabeth Lanier

Wife of J.F.D. Lanier

Andrew Jackson Smith

1843-1932

Union soldier, a member of the 55th Massachusetts Voluntary Infantry, distinguished himself November 30, 1864 by saving his regimental colors. The Medal of Honor was posthumously presented to him in January, 2001.

Julia Dumont

1794-1857

Indiana writer and teacher, mother of Gen. Ebenezer Dumont. Her work was published in many magazines. She wrote one book, Life Sketches from Common Paths.

Frederick Douglass

1818-1895

Born a slave in Maryland, he became one of the most influential abolitionists in America.

Joshua Chamberlain

1828-1914

Union officer who fought at Antietam, Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville. He later became the Gov. of Maine.

Robert E. Lee

1807-1870

Commander in Chief of the Confederate forces during the Civil War.

Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson

1824 - 1863)

Confederate general during the American Civil War. His military career includes the Valley Campaign of 1862 and his service as a corps commander in the Army of Northern Virginia.

John Hunt Morgan

1825-1864

Confederate officer who conducted lighting fast raids into Union territory.

P.G.T. Beaureguard

1818-1893

Confederate officer in charge of the S. Carolina troops in Charleston Harbor that won victory at Fort Sumter.

Nathan Bedford Forrest

1821-1877

Confederate cavalry officer, he led successful raids in Tennessee and Mississippi. His military theory was "Get there first with the most men."

John B. Hood

1831-1879

Confederate officer who distinguished himself at Antietam, was promoted to major general and fought at Fredericksburg.

Joseph E. Johnston

1829-

Military officer, joined the Confederacy, commanded at Bull Run and the Atlanta Campaign.