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Who is Alfred Sully?
Alfred Sully, was a military officer during the American Civil War and during the Indian Wars on the frontier. He was also a noted actor, having acted in the very same play as the one Lincoln went to see shortly before his death.
- also known as Салли, Альфред
- born on (194 years ago) in Philadelphia, child of Thomas Sully
- nationality: United States of America
- education: United States Military Academy
- died on (136 years ago) in Fort Vancouver
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An Illustrated World View by Byron Farwell
In the Killdeer Mountains, a series of lofty buttes rising 600 feet above the plain and extending for 10 miles in what is today western North Dakota, Union General Alfred Sully and Lieutenant Colonel Minor Thomas [qq.v.], at the head of 2,200 ...
by Carl Waldman
General Henry Sibley and General Alfred Sully engaged Sioux from various bands at Big Mound, Dead Buffalo Lake, and Stoney Lake in 1863, and at Whitestone Hill and Killdeer Mountain in 1864. The Santee and the other Sioux who helped ...
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