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Civil War (Union) 1
Branch:
Army 1
Rank:
Major General 1
Birth:
08 Nov 1830 1
Leeds, ME 1
Death:
26 Oct 1909 1
Burlington, VT 1
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Full Name:
Oliver Otis Howard 1
Full Name:
Oliver Howard 1
Also known as:
"The Christian General" 1
Birth:
08 Nov 1830 1
Leeds, ME 1
Male 1
Death:
26 Oct 1909 1
Burlington, VT 1
Burial:
October 1909 1
Lake View Cemetery, Burlington, VT 1
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Civil War (Union) 1

Branch:
Army 1
Rank:
Major General 1
Service Start Date:
November 1862 1
Service End Date:
1894 1

Civil War (Union) 1

Branch:
Army 1
Rank:
Brigadier General 1
Service Start Date:
03 Sep 1861 1
Service End Date:
November 1862 1

Other Service 1

Branch:
Army 1
Rank:
Major General - Indian conflict 1
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Employment:
Employer: West Point 1
Position: Superintendent 1
Place: United States Military Academy, NY 1
Start Date: 1881 1
End Date: 1882 1
Employment:
Employer: Howard University 1
Position: President 1
Place: Washington, DC 1
Start Date: 1869 1
End Date: 1874 1
Employment:
Employer: West Point 1
Position: Professor of Mathematics 1
Place: United States Military Academy, NY 1
Start Date: 1857 1
End Date: 1861 1
Education:
Institution: Monmouth Academy 1
Place: Monmouth, ME 1
From: 01 Sep 1844 1
To: ca. 1846 1
Education:
Institution: West Point 1
Place: United States Military Academy, NY 1
From: 01 Jul 1850 1
To: 01 Jul 1854 1
Education:
Institution: Bowdoin College 1
Place: Brunswick, ME 1
From: 1846 1
To: 1850 1

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Oliver Otis Howard was a published author, who wrote about his time in the Civil War, his experiences in the Indian war campaigns, and social reforms. His works include Nez Perce Joseph (1881), Fighting for Humanity, or Camp and Quarterdeck (1898), and Autobiography (1907).

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