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Text:"... night. He had been ill for two w^eks and. was declared at tbo point of death 10 days ago, but was recovering, when an unexpected change carried him off. Gen. PierreGustaveToutantBeauregard was best..."
Date:Feb 24 1893
Publication:Harrisonburg, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... mainly between 1909-1920) here are some excerpts from articles about General Beauregard, Confederate Secretary of State Benjamin and General Turchin. General PierreGustaveToutantBeauregard..."
Date:1961
Place:Illinois, USA
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Text:"...-five thousand. [244 General PierreGustaveToutantBeauregard (U.S.M.A. 1838) was bom near New Orleans, May 28, 1818, and entered the Engineer Corps. He served with distinction in the Mexican War..."
Date:1911
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... and general, PierreGustaveToutantBeauregard." The first money contributed to the monument fund was collected from these members and amounted to $197.50. Of the nineteen members of the Camp at that meeting..."
Date:1916
Place:Nashville, Tennessee, USA
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Text:"... GustaveToutantBeauregard (U.S.M. A. 1838) was bom near New Orleans, May 28, 1818, and entered the Engineer Corps. He served with distinction in the Mexican War, and at the outbreak of the Civil War..."
Date:1912
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., 20, 1864, PierreGustaveToutantBeauregard Papers, Duke Universiry. SSBraxton Bragg to Mansfield Lovell, January 8, 1862, Mansfield Lovell Papers, Henry E. Huntington Librarv, San Marino, Califomia..."
Date:1982
Publication place:University, Alabama, USA
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Text:"...-Beauregard, married Helene Judith de Reggio in 1798. Of their seven children, the third was PierreGustaveToutant-Beauregard, of Confederate fame. Old as is his paternal ancestry, that of his mother is even more..."
Date:1909
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...-Beauregard, married Helene Judith de Reggio in 1798. Of their seven children, the third was PierreGustaveToutant-Beauregard, of Confederate fame. Old as is his paternal ancestry, that of his mother is even more..."
Date:1909
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., at 2 P.M., P. G. T. Beauregard, brigadier-general in the army of the Confederate States, arrived at Manassas Junction and assumed command. PierreGustaveToutantBeauregard was born in Louisiana..."
Date:1913
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...-five thousand. [244 Gkxerai. PierreGustaveToutantBeauregard (U.S.]M.A. 1838) was bom near New Orleans, May 28, 1818, and entered the Engineer Corps. He served with distinction in the Mexican War..."
Date:1911
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Text:"... GustaveToutantBeauregard (IT.S.M.A. 1838) was bom near New Orleans, May 28, 1818, and entered the Engineer Corps. He served with distinction in the Mexican War, and at the outbreak of the Civil War..."
Date:Between 1861 and 1911
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Text:".... Mrs. Morse was a granddaughter of General PierreGustaveToutantBeauregard, C. S. A., (1818-1893). In compliance with what she would have wished, and as a memorial to her. Colonel Morse presented..."
Date:1956
Place:Maryland, USA
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Text:"... before dawn tell the story of the .bom- bardment of Ft. Sumter. Brig. Gen. PierreGustaveToutantBeauregard, command- er of the Confederate forces'at Charleston, starts: "The peaceml stillness..."
Date:Apr 9 1961
Publication:Hayward, California, United States of America
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Text:"...;Sinnm Bolivar Buckner." was the reply, which caused a smile to come over the Congregation, but the brave preacher went on with his duty. "Name this child.” taking the next In order. "PierreGustave..."
Date:Sep 1 1910
Publication:Monmouth, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... Association of the Sec HO SCRAPBOOK War for the Union 186165 in Pictures When Maj PierreGustaveToutantBeauregard of Louisiana who wss graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1838 No 2 in a class..."
Date:July 26 1961
Publication:Titusville, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... of themselves. ' The War for the Union 1861-65 in Pictures When Maj. PierreGustaveToutantBeauregard of Louisiana, who was graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1838, No. 2 in a class of 45, v..."
Date:June 15 1961
Publication:Mt Vernon, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"...-trained Confederate army of Gen. PierreGustaveToutantBeauregard turned back the drive for Richmond by Gen. Irvin A. McDowell's green Union forces in the first major clash of the war, Across the rolling, creek..."
Date:Jan 15 1961
Publication:Hutchinson, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"..., the commanders of the opposing armies—Irvin McDowell of the Union and PierreGustaveToutantBeauregard—had been classmates at West Point in 1838. On the Confederate side there was James E, 1-ongstreet. Lee..."
Date:July 10 1936
Publication:Stamford, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... of the legislature. GEN. BEAUREGARD DEAD. The Man Who Began the Rebellion Goes to the Majority. New Orleans, Feb. 21.-Gen.G.T. Beaure-garddied last nightof heart failure. PierreGustaveToutantBeauregard was born..."
Date:Feb 23 1893
Publication:Bloomington, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:".... It was precisely 100 years ago on April 12 that Confederate On. PierreGustaveToutantBeauregard ordered cadets to open fire on the Yankees in Ft. Sumter in, Charleston harbor That started the fracas. The Civil War..."
Date:Mar 29 1961
Publication:Childress, Texas, United States of America