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Adjutant of the 6th Wisconsin, 1st Lt. Edward P. Brooks, was captured on November 4, 1863, at Greenville, Virginia, and sent to Libby Prison in Richmond. Four months later President Abraham Lincoln directed Maj. Gen. Benjamin Butler to arrange for the Brooks’s exchange. Butler reported to Lincoln that Brooks was freed on March 23, 1864.
Telegram from President Abraham Lincoln to Major General Benjamin Butler, 03/18/1864
Washington Monument + Cherry Blossoms.
Sums it up.
Picture of the Day. The Wright Museum in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. So this makes for an interesting juxtaposition: a WWII history museum welcomes Newt Gingrich to New Hampshire with some campaign signs and a nice tank.
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Meh. They’re no Edward.
Jayne Mansfield and husband Mickey Hargitay as Tarzan and Jane at a 1956 costume ball