Andrew Jackson Hamilton (1815-1875)

Andrew Jackson Hamilton was a congressman, the governor of Texas, and a justice of the supreme court of Texas. In November 1862 he was appointed brigadier general of volunteers in the Union Army. Hamilton opposed secession as a congressman before the Civil War and was regarded as a traitor to his state at the outbreak of the Civil War, being forced to escape through Mexico to Washington where Lincoln appointed him provisional governor.

Date:
1860 circa 5 years
Original Format:
Photographic Print
Item#:
MES04297
Height:
1111px
Width:
997px
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