A. E. Burnside
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- United States general in the American Civil War who was defeated by Robert E. Lee at the Battle of Fredericksburg (1824-1881)
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by Benson John Lossing, Woodrow Wilson
A. E. Burnside commander Jan. 7, 1862 Burnside's expedition arrives at Hatteras Inlet, ...
Including Also as Supplements to the Main Work, the Period of Discovery from the Norsemen to Columbus, 458 to 1492; the Period of Colonization, 1492 to 1607; the Period of English Settlement, 1607-1620; the Declaration of Independence, with a Complete Sketch of the Lives of Each of the Fifty-six Signers; Comprehensive 100-word Biographical Sketches of All the Presidents; the Ratification of the Constitution by the Thirteen Original States and the Origin and Statehood of All the States of Our Present Union; Including the Development of the Territories
Jan, 7, General A. E. Burnside appointed commander of the Department of North Carolina. Jan. 10, Battle of Middle Creek, Kentucky. Jan. 10, Waldo P. Johnson and Truston Polk, of Missouri, expelled from the United States Senate. Jan.
Dictionary Catalogue ... (1894)
A. E. Burnside. (2 Ser. R. I_).._, .
by Elizabeth J. Lewandowski
burnsides: Side whiskers so named for General A. E. Burnside. See also sideburns. buros: Biblical (unknown–30 C.E.). Hebrew's cloak with attached cape. burqa: Egypt. Face veil. burqah: Afghanistan.
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