Brigadier General Daniel Weisiger Adams, CSA (1821-1872)
Adams was a Kentucky lawyer who entered the war as a lieutenant colonel in the Confederate 1st Louisiana Regulars. He was wounded three times and each time he returned to the field - despite the fact that he lost his right eye. He was commissioned brigadier general in 1862 and was given different commands including the Louisiana Brigade and the Department of the Gulf. His brother was Confederate general William Wirt Adams.
- 1863 circa 5 years
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