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Henry H Bingham to Battle of the Wilderness

During the Battle of the Wilderness during the Virginia Overland Campaign, on May 6, 1864, as captain of Company G, 140th Pennsylvania Infantry, he "rallied and led into action a portion of the troops who had given way under fierce assaults of the enemy." He was awarded a Medal of Honor on August 26, 1893, for these actions.

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Henry Harrison Bingham to Henry H Bingham

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John Cook to Battle of Antietam

He earned the Medal of Honor during the Battle while serving with Battery B, 4th United States Artillery. The medal was issued on June 30, 1894. "He had volunteered at the age of 15 to act as a cannoneer and as such served a gun under terrific fire of the enemy". (from Citation)

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John Cook to Battle of Gettysburg

Cook participated in the Battle of Gettysburg, where he carried messages across a half-mile of fire-swept terrain. During that battle, he helped destroy a damaged caisson to prevent it from falling into the hands of approaching Confederates

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John Cook to Battle of Antietam

He earned the Medal of Honor during the Battle while serving with Battery B, 4th United States Artillery. The medal was issued on June 30, 1894. "He had volunteered at the age of 15 to act as a cannoneer and as such served a gun under terrific fire of the enemy". (from Citation)

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John Cook to Arlington National Cemetery

John Cook (August 10, 1847 – August 3, 1915) was a bugler in the Union Army during the American Civil War. At age fifteen, he earned the United States military's highest decoration, the Medal of Honor, for his actions at the Battle of Antietam.

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John Cook to John Cook

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John Cook to John Cook

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John Cook to John Cook

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Christian Albert to Battle of Vicksburg

Received the Medal Of Honor for his gallantry at the Battle of Vicksburg

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Fred Shuttlesworth to William M Kunstler

Kunstler represented Fred Shuttlesworth, who was languishing in a Birmingham jail. Kunstler filed a writ to the Supreme Court, which then ordered Shuttlesworth’s release.

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Ralph Abernathy (1926) to Fred Shuttlesworth

In 1957 Shuttlesworth, along with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rev. Ralph Abernathy from Montgomery, Rev. Joseph Lowery from Mobile, Alabama, Rev. T. J. Jemison from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Rev. C. K. Steele from Tallahassee, Florida, Rev. A. L. Davis from New Orleans, Louisiana, Bayard Rustin and Ella Baker founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. The SCLC adopted a motto to underscore its commitment to nonviolence: "Not one hair of one head of one person should be harmed."

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Fred Shuttlesworth to Martin King

In 1957 Shuttlesworth, along with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rev. Ralph Abernathy from Montgomery, Rev. Joseph Lowery from Mobile, Alabama, Rev. T. J. Jemison from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Rev. C. K. Steele from Tallahassee, Florida, Rev. A. L. Davis from New Orleans, Louisiana, Bayard Rustin and Ella Baker founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. The SCLC adopted a motto to underscore its commitment to nonviolence: "Not one hair of one head of one person should be harmed."

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Martin King to William M Kunstler

Kunstler went on to work with Martin Luther King Jr. and to play a major role in the legal battles of the civil rights movement. Notably, he represented Fred Shuttlesworth, who was languishing in a Birmingham jail. Kunstler filed a writ to the Supreme Court, which then ordered Shuttlesworth’s release. Kunstler also participated in King’s desegregation campaigns in Albany, Georgia, Danville, Virginia, Birmingham, Alabama and St. Augustine, Florida in the 1960s.

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David Dellinger to William M Kunstler

Kunstler was the attorney for the Chicago 8

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Jerry C Rubin to William M Kunstler

Kunstler was the attorney for the Chicago 8

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William M Kunstler to A H Hoffman

Kunstler was the attorney for the Chicago 8

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William M Kunstler to William Kunstler (1919)

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William M Kunstler to William Kunstler (1919)

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William M Kunstler to William Kunstler (1919)

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