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Brady's straight forward pose of Lee in Washington in February 1866. A rare postwar view as his war period photos are extremely rare. After the fall of Atlanta on September 2, 1864, Stovall and his brigade (now part of Clayton's Division) fought in the Franklin - Nashville Campaign that fall and then the Carolinas Campaign in 1865 with what was left of the Army of Tennessee. He was an aide-de-camp to General Gideon Pillow and served at the Battle of Belmont in November.

Following the Kentucky Campaing from June to October 1862, Stovall was ordered to join Gen. In early 1862, Jackson was appointed as colonel of the 1st Tennessee Cavalry and rose to be chief of cavalry under John C. On December 29, 1862, he was promoted to brigadier general.

Braxton Bragg's Army of Tennessee, and fought during the Battle of Stones River from December 31 to January 2, 1863. He served with distinction in the Vicksburg Campaign in early 1863.

He was promoted to the rank of brigadier general on January 20, 1863. In February 1864, he commanded the cavalry of Leonidas Polk in the campaign around Meridian, Mississippi.

While under Van Dorn's command......................................................., Carte de Visite, full standing pose of Lee known as "In all his Martial Splendor" image in his full uniform with sword and sash. His brigade participated in the Siege of Jackson in Mississippi on May 14 Stovall's command fought in the Western Theater actions of Battle of Chickamauga in September 1863, and the Atlanta Campaign throughout 1864.

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His brigade was transferred again in the summer of 1863 to protect Charleston, South Carolina.He became the lieutenant colonel of the 1st North Carolina Cavalry, and was then promoted to colonel on March 1, 1862, leading the cavalry regiment in the 1862 Peninsula Campaign.He saw action at the Seven Days Battle, Second Battle of Bull Run (Second Manassas), and Battle of Antientam (Sharpsburg) later in 1862.Cosby brought the note that opened negotiations for the surrender of Fort Donelson, Tennessee, on February 16, 1862, from Brigadier General Buckner to Union Brigadier General Ulysses S. Cosby was captured as a result of the surrender of the Fort Donelson. Upon his return to duty in August 1862, Cosby was appointed Colonel of cavalry.In October, 1862, he was appointed chief of staff of the Army of Mississippi and on December 23, 1862, chief of staff for the District of the Gulf, Department No. Cosby was promoted to Brigadier General on January 20, 1863 and given command of a cavalry brigade in the Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana.