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General Daniel Butterfield
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General Daniel Butterfield CDV Butterfield was quickly promoted brigadier general, and was wounded at Gaines' Mill. While recuperating, he either wrote or re-wrote a popular bugle-call for burials, called Taps. He commanded a division at Fredericksburg, and then became Hooker's chief of staff. Wounded at Gettysburg, he served in Sherman’s Atlanta campaign, before retiring from front-line service through illness. He later received the Medal of Honor. Back marked E& HT Anthony Brady’s National Portrait Gallery, NY.

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