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Theodore S Peck to Theodore S Peck

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Theodore S Peck to Theodore S Peck

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1st Vermont Cavalry to Theodore S Peck

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1st Vermont Cavalry to Theodore S Peck

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1st Vermont Cavalry to Theodore S Peck

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1st Vermont Cavalry to Theodore S Peck

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1st Vermont Cavalry to Lemuel B Platt

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George Jerrison Stannard to Battle of Cold Harbor

When Brig. Gen. Charles A. Heckman was captured at the Battle of Proctor's Creek, Stannard replaced him in command of the 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, XVIII Corps. In the Battle of Cold Harbor, he was wounded in the left thigh but continued to lead his brigade through the Second Battle of Petersburg.

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Abner Doubleday to Abner Doubleday

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Abner Doubleday to Abner Doubleday

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Abner Doubleday to Abner Doubleday

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Abner Doubleday to Abner Doubleday

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George Jerrison Stannard to Abner Doubleday

Stannard's own corps commander, Maj. Gen. Abner Doubleday, wrote, "I can only say that they performed perhaps the most brilliant feat during the war. For they broke the desperate charge of Pickett, saved the day and with it, the whole North from invasion and devastation."

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Winfield Scott Hancock to George Jerrison Stannard

Maj. Gen. Winfield S. Hancock, commander of the II Corps (who was in operational command of the defense against Pickett) wrote in his report, "The troops of General Stannard behaved with spirit at the Battle of Gettysburg. They were well ordered and well and vigorously handled by General Stannard and his subordinate officers, who did not hesitate to put them in front of the fight, and to keep them there until the battle was decided."

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George Jerrison Stannard to Battle of Gettysburg

Maj. Gen. Winfield S. Hancock, commander of the II Corps (who was in operational command of the defense against Pickett) wrote in his report, "The troops of General Stannard behaved with spirit at the Battle of Gettysburg. They were well ordered and well and vigorously handled by General Stannard and his subordinate officers, who did not hesitate to put them in front of the fight, and to keep them there until the battle was decided." Stannard's own corps commander, Maj. Gen. Abner Doubleday, wrote, "I can only say that they performed perhaps the most brilliant feat during the war. For they broke the desperate charge of Pickett, saved the day and with it, the whole North from invasion and devastation.

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George Jerrison Stannard to Pickett's Charge, Gettysburg

The 2nd Vermont brigade's greatest fight, however, was on July 3, where it was one of the principal defenders against Pickett's Charge. The Vermonters lost men to sharpshooter fire and to the bombardment preceding the Confederate attack. As the assault approached Cemetery Ridge, Stannard swung two of his regiments (the 13th and 16th Vermont) out at a 90° angle, pouring deadly flanking fire into Brig. Gen. James L. Kemper's brigade, one of the critical factors that defeated the Confederate attack

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George Jerrison Stannard to Edwin H Stoughton

Stannard's immediate predecessor had been Brig. Gen. Edwin H. Stoughton, who had been captured in his bed at Fairfax Court House during a raid by partisan ranger Col. John S. Mosby.

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George Jerrison Stannard to Winfield S Hancock

During the Battle of Williamsburg in the Peninsula Campaign the following year, Brig. Gen. Winfield S. Hancock's report indicated that Stannard was responsible for securing a bridge that was crucial to the battle

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George Jerrison Stannard to 1st Vermont Brigade

lieutenant colonel of the 2nd Vermont Volunteer Infantry.

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Edwin L Uscian to Edwin Uscian (1925)

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